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VOI,. Ii. NO,
SOCK ISliAXD. Ilili., MONDAY. NOVEMBER L'(5, 1900.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
UP Tfl FIFTY
Owing to That Phillips Cor
ner on the Golden
IT SELLS TWICE AT THAT.
A Parcel of ioo.ooo Bushels
and Some Smaller
Chicago, Nov. 2G. Daring the fore
noon today the November corn local
visible supply, which has been
cornered by George II. Phillips, sold
lw.ce at .r0 cents. Phillips, who has been
sustained by the board committee in
rejecting tor contract grades of new
corn which have gone through the
drving process, and encouraged by
small receipts of the contract grade !
is quoted lately as asserting his entire
confidence that he controls the
market. The market opened a cent
higher than the close of Saturday, at
I'i, and within an hour-and-a-balf
went to 60.
Lets Uo of ioo.ooo Itmhela.
At this tigure Phillips sold 100,000
bushels, later selling a small line at
Shorts were rather nervous today,
lu:t it is ascertained that Phillips has
no desire to squeeze them severely,
although it is generally believed he
could do so if he desired.
POWERS REACH A PLAN
I or Solution of Chine. I'nzzle. It.t It
Muy Not .o Through.
Washington, Nov. i'l The ."date
department is informed that an
agreement or understanding pre
liminary to a treaty has ben
reached by the furt-ign ministers
:it IVkin, but it is nut regarded
as proper to give out for publication
at ibis tim any details or information
regarding it. It may be stated, how
ever, that the -arrangement stands a
wry jMior cbuncc ef receiving the
s-inction of all the powers repreenttd
iii the Pekin cotifrence unless some
material amend ruents are permitted.
KILLS A LITTLE GIRL
I .I in-. .1 ;i. !IN.. N'uv. . tut.il and
f 'nii-Uiiiw ::.- z- ily ic-cmd in this city
Saturday li--n ;i In y shot .1 j;;rl pl.i.v-ism'i-
in l!n- head sin. I killed her almost
Install. l. . T I:l 1 1 V.l.l Lett. .1 vollttl It
7.r;i:s of ;i'f. w.is a tin- home of Hen
ry M.i;!u'iii. a in'iu'lilx r. exnmininir a
villi- 1 iiiirinr to one nf Matin in'j
Inv. v Ik 11 I.ioiia Matiu-ia. 11 years
i -1 1 1 -1- I the- room. Yonnjr Ir;i k--ti.
not relizinc ilia the flicsiini was
loaded, pointed i: ;it the :ii"l and said:
-I.-fs see how n. -ar I ran come t
l .iti'i I.fniia's Tioe."
Wilii M:.i; ecl:i mat i.itl he pulled th
f"i;::.'--r and T,uj l;ornti'il to sec tb
t: l Kiil in tin' floor, a bullet enteral
Ihe -j. : Is foVelie:ld nil. I pierced h r
tr:iin :iii. it was only a few minutes
mil -1 lilV via ext'tiet: It is another
c:im' . t' liof knowing the weapon was
ba.l !. thi- f.imilics ofthe prim ipal
l:t the terrible tragedy, who re nmom;
i hi- tn--t i i in i iitii ! iii t!ie ch. are
st ricUi'ii with -jr'ef over the lami-nta-We
limply . tho lili ni;o "! hT.
Si: t'!n-l.!. UN . Nov. "t5. - At tot ney
llonei.il Akin S.it ;':i!:iy hied an an
fni'r t the petition of till' I'hieaco
Te.iehe: s" f cdoi ii t i' 'l for ; mandamus
:i;Minst the state board f e-1 . ,.i 1 1 .a -I
on in the cir-nif eonrt of this iMitity.
Tin' :mmvit i a jrer-Tn! deni-il of all
1i,r in .- !? :1 averments of tic- peti
tion ;liid :IP ndllli-S'on of fart f im- j
Tiiatei :il Mini fdMii.il averments. i;rr.- J
f rally stN';iiinj. tin- :iii'it (iicl.nen!
ti ddlers ::ve "too pr, iou" as tit
t.o.ird 1 Ii.leil in luis :! s of
nsee; f:tilii;m w Im s'u.l'l I"1 t;ii .1 ii.iw
Tr.rch and 1ks not -f U"T . livniisii ir---xvork.
and w:I! ! its v hole duty 1:: j
the premises. j
Trmt la IHniianiliiii; n SI ill.
Sprint fi. ld. UN. Nov. - I'vom
jvr-et't iv.d'c;! 1 iitis thf Kf-jutMie Iron
and Sterl i ompauy. vv hieli uave om
J.I.iyip. nr t !nn. lias leei.i-d to
al).iiiilo:i the Ioe:il niip.s :il;.iL'Pthfr.
l:i-iii the i 1st thirty days nearW
2i' e.-r. rf raw niate'i-il h.ave 1-ei-ii
rli'pp.-.i away fro!ii the local plant t
J'.-ist St. I.oitix and M.irmi. In-1. la
Jtililitietl to this, tlio w.rk of dism.in
tiini the nrlN lias lieeii ' lu'Sitn. and it
looks like i "up lieiuirnz of the elid of
the 1:iT mill i In sijlit.
I.oat a lift anil Rart.nl Out.
TVoria. 1!N . N"iv. N. l-"ri d:na n
of this i -ity ma.'.e a h t with V.. Mo
loney of i'aniier 4'ity . t. -. I lac ni
c;i.i m t against St.oiai. 1't io-inian wat
ered his srold on the i e-i-litioo f
l'reiiletit M. K in'.cy. He vvo:i bis l,t.
bur an inj'.iin :ion ha lno;t N"
xvliicll pievep.ts the eoi'i ctii n of til"
tiioney vvliiih tin fanner t':tr x;;.-.q
KHIeit a M ninaii anil Two llonrt.
Mar-hall. I"-.. Nov. -. A VatdiTi.i ;
f.it tra il ytriiek a waaon in which J
3Tr. I-YanU Hornbrook was rid r.Z.
t-iliits ivx aad aL .tw. livrsest-
taehed to th veti.-Ie and !emoI:shinjr
Another Rrunol Farm M Ttr f.
Pana, Ills.. tXv. -jr.. a skeleton has
leen found in a well on the Brucot
farm. The well is the same cae in
which Jane P.rnuot's body was found
Hurt in m Uenve Fog.
Chieago, Nov. tltf. Ovvin to a den-e
foz an electric ear on the Forty-seventh
street lin ran into a milk wa?on
and fire persons were Injured, nune
DEVELOPS AT TAMPA.
Tampa, Fla., Nov. 26. Fourteen
hurdred boxmakers, trimmers, car
penters, plumbers, brickmakers, tin
ners, tigarmakers. strippers and
painters struck today in sympathy
with the cigarmakers strike.
The OUtlncolnbetl Sick.
St. Paul, Nov. 26. Senator Davis
assed a bid night, being delirious
and apparently suffering a great deal
all night. Dr. Lankaster spent the
entire night with the pa'.ient. This
morning the latter is resting some
what easier, but is notablv w- ak.
At noon the following otlicial state
ment was given the press bv Dr,
Stone: -Senator Davis is taking less
nourishment and is given medicine
bv the rectum. His temperature is
101; pulse lii4. respiration varving
dcrir-o; the past 12 hours from 12 to
Washington, Nov. 26. After a con
sultation of physicians this morning
it was announced that the condition
of Commissioner Wilson, of the inter
nal revenue bureau, showed slight im
Frcnvb null Uomra ht.
Iierlin. Nov. 26 A dispatch from
Count on V aldersee says: 'Col.
xviuecleniel s expedition hoisted a
drum and llag over the great wall,
which was reached the 22i after a
difficult mountain march. The French
have had a severe Ii 'ht with Pjxr3
;iU kilometers SDUllt of Pao Ting Fu.
IlrarloE Only la Special Case.
W a9hington, ov. zti. the rivers
d harbor committee of the house
met today and began preparations on
its appropriation bill. It was decided
to grant no healings except in special
It.- Ulllnl lj llrother.
Jf.ittoon. IM., .Nov. ;. NVw ton
Knight, an K.l-ar emmy farmer. li.i
Ih-.-h c-otivieted of t! in.mler of his
brother Silas H. Knijiit a nl iven a
Feateiu p of t'oiu-ieen years. The ! roi )i
rrs were uiUi.ll-a.ikl. .it-lielors aii'I
if-sid.-d on a farm ovvneil Ty their
mother. The farm was divided into
Stifion :in. I ondi broihei- fanned a
pnvtion. Krii tion niiKi- over tlif nuiit-Jii-ineiit
and for a lomr tinio tlie es
iriiimeruent was so bitter Unit, while
they ait at thi- same table and sleit
in th same ln-d. tiiev rarelv spoke.
One liioriiiii last -winter Mi.it
Knisht was found in a feiH-e corner
rear thr- li.-irn with two bullet holes
!n l.is bead. P.y his side was aa ax.
Newton, having been absent from
home that niht. was suspected of
the iiiiivder. lb- sutreiidei-ed :ti tin
lnnuest. Airs. .Juli.i ;iiiiiK. a sistpr. te?
fitieil that s!i- had hi .nil a sctitnV and
jinsvy voices on the ni'.it of tin- crime.
ThP defendant st t eiiiinisly Maintained
be had slain his brother In self delense.
ICailuaT "al- Coii1ir'iii-4l.
Sprinirtield. llN.. Nov". 2: - Tu the
I'niti-d States i:ci!it court Saturday
.lu:i:e Allen. In foreclosure proceed
ings of the New Yolk Security eoni-p.-iny
against tin- Louisville. Kvans
ville. Si. I oiiis and t'liicaz- Itailroad
company (Air linei. entered an orto-r
coii'irinii'S the sab f tin- inilroati
ni.uli- In Louisville. Ky.. bis? Thurs
day. lilcaico'a Live Stock Show.
Chicasi'. Nov. :';. T.ivi- stok i al
ready arriving for tin- International
Live Stool; exposition that is to be
held at the I'ti ton Stock yard from
lee. 1 : S. 'I'he buildings are all
ready and sp.iee has bei-n marked otT
and allotted. The one fare plus S2
railroad rate will, if is thought, at
tract a lare attendane.
wpaprr C'rltirUni All Riclat.
l'iorre. S. !.. Nov. The sn
pretne court has handed down two
opinions in which the iuestion"of libel
of men who are candidates for public
ort'n e Is derided, bith eases lK-ins in
favor of thr papers which criticised
men who were candidates for otlice.
l.ikr a Man.
Soon after the conscript law was
pa-sod by the 'oi, federate o:;;rcss
faptain Slack was appointed enrolling
oflicer for the parish of I'laiborne. with
orders to have :;s provisions duly exe--ijt--d.
His manner of execution was
the reverse of that suirested by bis
name and created a lively sensation
n:r.on the imt-ib riHif-." who. tind
in tb" pointed arcumt-nts of bis mus
kets irresisti'.le. moved rapidly nt:d in
risht line towat-il the front. Not l-n?
afti-r bis arrival my sister bad occasion
t- visit an old la ly whose s in was no
toriously of the peace persuasion. She
Foon missed his familiar presence, and
the foliow iu conversation occurrel:
Mrs. . wla re is .b.bnV"
:oi:e t i fitfrl.t f.ir bis country, child. "
Indee.l. I tLoucht ho was one of
"Lor", Iioikv. I'apjln Slrtck don't
kt:ow no exempts. The other day I see
bis men p.-gallopin down the road. I
hollered to John they war coinin and
told him the cLiirbly was a good place.
'Twasn't no use. thouuh. f.r they found
him quicker tha.i a cat docs a mouse."
-Well, Mrs. . what did John do':"
To? Why. be came down and 'lift
ed like a man." Ixst Cause.
Subscribe for Ths Abgus.
News From the Bedside of the
Czar of Russia Means Much
to the World.
D0TJET A3 TO HIS SEAL CONDITION
I latest Iteport of II is Physicians Paul
K ruber's Kec-eption at Paris,
Official and Popular,
Livadia, Nov. 2ti. The emperor
passed a good night. He perspired
profusely. This morning the pa
tient s condition is very satisfactory;
temperature 'Jo.'J, pnlse 70. In the
general course of his illness a distinct
improvement is observable.
Berlin. Nov. 2S. The following spe
cial dispatch, tinted St. Petersburg,
Xuv. '-'. .'V'-' n. m., has been re
ceived here: -It is persistently ru
mored i:i Sr. Petersburg that the con
dition of Kuiperor Nicholas is critical.
Well informed people here declare that
the disease has made far greater prog
ress than the tzar's physicians pub
licly admitted. A fatal issue is now
London. Nov. IN;. A dispatch, dated
St. Petersburg. Nov. 15. VZ m:, says:
"The following bulletin was issued this
morning at Liivadia: "The czar passed
a ijuii t day yesterday. At 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon his temperature
rose to lo.!.4. The pulse was iM. At
i o'clock in the evening the tempera
ture was and the pulse SH. His
majesty slept well during the liijrht.
This morning his general condition
and strength are satisfactory. Tem
perature '.r.iro. Pulse. To. No compli
cations whatever -have boon ob
Imperial Official Are Antlout.
The above seems to give the origin
of the pessimistic rumors that por
tion of the foregoiug giving the czar's
temperature Saturday evening. A St.
Petersburg dispatch of Nov. "4 says:
"From three sources of information
directly connected with as many min
istries of st.ir-c the St. Peters-burg eor
resHjndelit of the Associated Press to
day ascertained that imperial otlicials
art becoming extremely pessimistic
regarding the condition of Kmiieror
Nicholas, and assert that the Livadia
bulletins conceal the gravity of his ill
ness. In spite of tlie notorious ease
with which aif alarmist rumor can be
circulated in tin- Kussan capital, many
good judges believe that the cbailreSJ
of the czar's recovery are diminishing.
His I.I ft of Vnut Im porluiire.
"One report says that the emperor.
In addition to typhoid fevi r with
jMM-toral complications, has brain fever.
Hip result of the blow he received from
a fanatical policeman during his tour
in Japan: and it is even asserted in
pome quarters that trepanning has be
come necessary." No life in Kurope
is tif so niueli importance as it is
viewed in London as that of the czar.
He is lielieved to be a man of peace
ful inelina tons, averse to war for its
own sake, and not spoiling for a
fight" with anybody, especially this
conn-try. TlieUrand Duke Michael, on
the contrary, is not only of a war-like
nature, but he Is uo friend of Kng
land, and he would be the regent in
rae of the czar's death.
No Special Anxit-I v at Windsor.
Iueeti Victoria daily receives a tele
gram from the czarina, and it is un
derstood that no eii'jt ion.il anxiety Is
yet displayed at Windsor. According
to the Moscow correspondent, of The
Daily Kx press an examinaton of water
token from the well ns-d for drinking
purposes at Livadia proved the pres
ence of typhoid germs. An Odessa
dispatch to The Daily News, dated
Thursday, says: "Keports for the last
two days indicate .1 serious decline in
ihe strength of the czar."
I'.ll I. KKIT.nrs VISIT TO PARIS.
lie tails I'pon I -on l-t ami the Call In
Returned I'ariniaii tin Willi.
Paris. Nov. IM. Krugcr passed Sun
day with ; bis family at the Hotel
SerilM'. observing the day in accord
ance wfth the customs of bis father
land. His apartments were closod
to visitors and be remained with n
tl.em and held a private service, sur
lvur.ded by hrs entourage. Kruger
read a portion of the scripture and a
member of his nite ri.nl a njrni"U
prepared in advance.
1'p t 3 p. m. there was no crowd
near the hotel greater than Is usual
on Sunday, but at that hour 100 shout
ing and singiug Ihivs marched down
tlie iKinlevard and in thirty minutes!
there was a multitude of people hi the
street. Ke.sjiondit'..g to the orb s and
plaudits. Krugcr came for a moment
upon the balitiiiy, accompanied by bis
irr.i orlil.-i nr-titers r.i:ii ;il n in. i
tlie tumult was such tii.it be reap
peared but only for a moment.
Kiuger spent this looniiiig in -on-ferr:ag
with the Hoer representatives.
This afternoon was devoted to receiv
ing deputations and prominent vNple
w'.io bad made appointments. No de
cision, it is utKlerstoiHi. lias tn-cn
reached as to when Krugcr will leave
Paris. According to the lot infor
mation be will remain lure until
Wednesday evening or Thur-d.iv
morning. It is said that be wi'.l go di
rectly to Holland, not stopping in I'.el
ginm. where he mav go later on.
Paris. v.VIe giving full vent to Ihtj
jw nt-up feelings of sympathy with and
adn ir.ition i f the liner in it recep- '
tii-n to Kiij.-r Saturday. -'iniMirtc.l
h rself with wisdom and prudence.
While a f-w isolated :tistanes of anti
Pritish vociferations were unavoidable,
rever once throughout the day was
there any semblance of an organized
demonstration against Ureal Hritain
to mar lb - ur.restiaitn-d and enthusi
astic, out essentially reassuring, char
acter of the rt.-ept:on. an.1 it was with
a feeling of telii-f that the authorities
went la.ifea alter. tie glocaiy. .fore
bodings in'spiveil by the unfortunate In
cidents which had marked previous
welcomes given to Krnger cn route to
the French capital. The popular re
ception was all that great throngs of
cheering men and women everywhere
that Krnger was visible, from railway
station to hotel. onld make it.
Krnger at bis hotel n-ct-lvpil in rapid
succession a number of delegations,
and at 4 p. m. a gala landau from the
Klysee palace was driven to the Hon 1
Scribe and Krnger. bis interpreter, and
M. Crozier proceeded to the Elyser.
fpcorted by a strong detachment of
cuirassiers. Krnger was received at
STEAME3 GOES DOWN AT SEA
Her Crew and Paweogfrt. Twenty-SI In
All. Land Only to Die of Cold.
Uueliec. Nov.-ti. News reached hero
early Saturday that the steamer St.
Olaf, which h.ts lievn roasting between
this iort aaid Point of Aux Ksquimaux.
in the lower t. Lawrence, for the last
two years, had become a total wreck
off Seven islands and that her crew
was entirely lost. Captain I-maistre,
in command of the steamer, and sev
eral of his officers and crew ln-longHl
to this city. Itesldes the nineteen men
of the steamer's crew it was learned
That seven passengers had also in-r-ished.
As soon as the news of the
wreck reached Seven islands a search
ing party went out to attempt to res
one any of the ship-wrecked ioople, if
The searching party returned last
evening, having found only one body,
that of Miss Page, burled in the snow
nnd i e. The general oplaon among sea
faring men is that tbedisasteroecurred
during the night of Wednesday last,
as Miss Page was attired in night
robes, and that the twenty-six on Imard
succeeded. in landing only to die from
cold and starvation oil Boule island.
MISS OAST WINS THE EACE.
Flnlahe One Lap Ahead ii a Contest That
1 .anted Six Uv.
New York, Nov. 2d Miss Margar
eta (Jast, of Brooklyn, last night at the
Clermont Avenue rink in Brooklyn,
finished first in the six-day bicycle
race for women, ime lap separating
her from Miss I.otti Brandon, who
finished second. 3iisF Oast covered
475 utiles and ! laps, Miss Brand-on
rildiug -I" miles and T. laps.
1 luring the s: fteruoon the wheel
women plodded along. Mips Brandon
desperately, in an iflorr to gain on the
loader, but Miss Cast always ap
poal fresh mid strong when any of
her competitors tried to pass her. and
she finished with the s-nnie advantage
that she bad held practically from the
I'roKre of Culm's Constitution.
Havana. Nov. L'ii.-At Saturday's
session of the constitutional conven
tion Setior Mi-ndi-z 'aiote. who was
secret a rv of war under the Cuban rev
olutions rv government, wa-s ebcted
president, receiving 17 votes to 11 cast
for Senor Tamayo. The remaining
rules of tin- Yav.i assembly wcie
Another Cashier Ones 'Wrous.
Chicago. Nov. l!i;.--W. K. Twomey,
cashier of the Bank bf Chicago, a pri
vate institution at room ", --" l)-ar-1
orn stf-et. has len arrested on
charges of obtaining .2.."oO by a con
fidence game and eiiiliezzleiiient. Two
nicy says it is a conspiracy against
l'a per Mill for Minnesota.
linhith. Nov. I'd. L. Lindjutr, of
Kaukauna. Wis., was in this city and
continued the report of tin- building of
a pajM-r mill at Crand Baiiiils. Itasca
county. The plant will cost about
Si'i .". and it is the intention to have
it in operation Sept. 1, i:0l.
Kay Say He Hat a Cinrh.
La Crossr-, Wis.. Nov. liii. Ceorge
II. Kay. of this city, lias announced
that lie had received pledges enough
from members of the legislature to in
nire his re-t-I--rtion as- speaker of the
Suflc-reil a Year with liiooil 2o!:unin;.
Muncie. Intl., Nov. 'JJii. Mrs. Ce-l-ina
Atiilt rson. 70 years of age. d:ed
at Shidebr after a year's sickness
with blood poison t otitiarted from a
slight injury o one Ue.
.fooeph Chamberlain at Home.
1oinIoii. Nov. L'i;. Joseph Chamlier
lain. secretary of state for the colonies,
and Mrs. Chamberlain, who have been
visting the con; iiu-nt. arrived in Ixin
don Saturday evening.
I'ioneer ( liliaK .Merchant lead.
Chicago. Nov. !eorg' Scott, of
the dry goods firm of Carson. Pirie.
Scott & Co.. tlied last night of typhoid
fever. Sci.tt was 71 years of age.
Shr.diler Operated on Him.
Monrovia. Ind.. Nov. William
Marley, of this place, while operating
st corn shredder, '-augbt his left arm,
losing it at the elbow.
NEWS FACTSIN OUTLINE.
The British and American colony at
Berlin will take "part in a concert and
ball this evening at the Hotel do
Kinpcror William of Cermany has
t-utiM'tiliil that the yacht which Ceorge
L. Watin is buihling for him shall
be used as a trial ImkH with S.r Thomas
Liptoii's Shamrock 11.
Willie Campbell, a well-known golf
player of Scotland, tlied in Horchester.
Mass.. yesterday, aged .". years.
Tit- Miltan continues to refuse an
i-seiiuator for a I'nited States cuiisul
TJi- Imke of Mam bester and his
duchess mee Zimineruiaui have started
for this iT.nutry to visit the "old man."
Joseph Leher. of Victor. Colo., will
not coin "referendum" dollars, having
iK-t-n notified that it is against the law.
Mrs. H. Hinsdalp. who distinguished
horsoif ty iii-ro-stn tluriug ttie civil
war as a Union spy, is dad at Detroit,
Thfl . i V T ."I..- 1 Vw- 'r-lr ITlNl tl-OTt
. . . - - - A-ria .v-. .
w.is a success an-1 i nded Saturdav. . j
fJovernor Itnoupvolt announces that
h - will rut oust Vji,ir V-ln U'ril- fr.i-
Lis connt-. tin with thp ict trust. irnof
of wiPiful violation of law being lack-
PRESIDENT IS A GUEST
At a Banquet Given by the Union
League Club at the
riSST UTTEEANCE SINCE ELECTION
Vice President-KIeet Also Speaks
Bryan Visits Chicago to Talk.
Philadelphia. Nov. 20. President
McKinley Saturday paid bis lirst visit
to this city since bis election and met
with an enthusiastic reception. Ue
tame as the guest of the I'niou
League, having been invited to ;it
tcudthe "Pounders' day" banquet of
that organization. The president was
tit-t-ompauied by all the members of
bis cabinet with Ihe exception of Sec
retary Hoot, who is in Cuba. The
presidential party arrived here in a
special train at U::k p. m. and was met
t the station by a committee of l uiou
League memln-rs. Carriages were in
waiting and tlie party was driven
through the principal streets in the
c titer of the city, escorted by the
Pirst City Troop. An immense-throng
was In waiting at the railroad station
r.r.d the appearance o the president
was the signal for an enthusiastic out
break of appluauo. Women waved
handkerchiefs and silk flags ami men
raised their bats as President McKin
finest or the t'nlon Lrague.
He was driven to ihe residence of
K. T. Stotsenburg, from whence at
p. m. be was driven to the I'niou
League flub, in front of which was
great crowd that lustily cheered. Ih
hido the club boi.se the members
crowded about the- chief executive,
who was compelled to submit to much
handshaking. Tlie party then pro
ceeded to tT7e banquet room, where
covers bail been laid for 314 persons.
"While the dinner was In progiess Vice
President-elect Boosevcit arrived from
Now York. After the dinner had been
done full justice to the speaking began
and the president was introduced.
President McKtnley's Speech.
His speech was a patriotic congrat
ulation, and a brief analysis of the
forces political which bad produced
the result of Nov. ;. The only mat
ter in the speech touching upon policy
was the following: "Wo may differ
as to the extent of Ihe inllitcnce of
th?" several issues involved, but we are
.'iii agreed as to cet .ain things which
it the cleetionl settled. ll rooords
tl'p unquestioned endorsement of t!;--gold
standard, industrial Independence,
broader markets, comnierci.il expan
sion, reciprocal trade, the open door
In China, tlie inviolability of piihlie
faith, the independence and authority
of the judicial. . and peace and beni-lii-cut
government under American
Miveroignty in the Philippines. Amer
ican credit ren.a.ns unimpaired, tin
American t-:u.:o unimpeached. the
honor of A nit l ean arms unsullied.
A WARM RECEPTION
Is ready for any man, young or old who will take the trouble to come
to our store and look over our elegant line of Overcoats.
We show by far the best values. See what we offer for $10.00
to $15 00. No one in the three cities can match our price.
Plenty of Alferd Benjamin
L. AdlerBros. & Co's Fine
Suits and Overcoats.
YOU KNOW US.
nnd the t ii'--atioiis of a righteous
war and treatv of peace uuit-pndi-t!l,1.
"Liberty has not lost, but gained In
strength. The structure of the fa
thers stands secure upon The founda
tions on which they rais4-d ir. .nd Is
today, as it has been in the years past
and as ir will be in the years to come,
the 'govornmtnt of the j.-oplo.. by the
ftenplc and for the people. Be not dis-t'l-bed:
there is no danger from em
pire: there is no fear for the repub
lic." Vli'0 President Also Spenkn.
Coventor ltoosiveit also spoke and
Just before concluding saitl: "(lenile
iiien. I am sure that I state your
views when I say that every rational
ft'ort for t.ie betterment of the con
dition of cit in r the wage-earner or the
tiller of tile soil will have the hearti
est support of the Bepublit-an party:
that we realize that the welfare of
th" nation depends ultimately, more
than all eise. upon lhe welfare of the
wage-worker and of ihe man who tills
UK VAN PAYS A VISIT TO CHICAGO.
Tnlk Slattern Over with Tott ne and Oth
er Chat with Ueporti-rn.
Chicago. Nov. "d. William J. Bry
nu arrived in Cln-ago Saturday morn
ing from Lincoln. He drove to the
Auditorium Annex, where he did not
register, but was at once shown to the
room occupied by Charles A. Towne,
of Minnesota. There he remained in.
consultation with Towue and Kx-Sen-ntor
Dubois, of Lb: ho, until night,
when he returned to Lincoln. Bryan
refused to say what was discussed
timing the meeting, but did not deny
that the future policy of the Demo
cratic imrty was one of the topics dis
cussed. "1 expect to remain in politics a
long as 1 live." said Bryan. "1 shall
rontinue to advocate and work with
both tongue and K?a for the prin
ciples for which I have fought so long.
I shall continue to resMe in Lincoln,
Neb." To Ihe question of what lie
thought of the proposed reorganization
of the Democratic party he said: "I
.have nothing to say on that subject
at this time. When the opportune
time comes for ine to express, myself
1 shall be beard. I sh:Ul write my
views out carefully, in order that my
position may not 'be disunderstood. I
have neither the inclination nor time
to do so now.
T have received innumerable offers
for my services, comprising oppor
tunities in nearly all the vocations of
life, but I am not looking for a posi
tion not now," ami lie joined with
Towne in ;i hearty laugh. "I am
in the best of heallh. and expect to
be exceedingly busy for some time to
come. I have not seen any of ihe
local politicians, t caiin- here to con
sult with Mr. Towne and one or two
tuber men in regard to matters which
I tlo not rare to talk about."
Bryan appeared in tin- best of spir
its, and had none of tin- marks of a
man crushed politically.
Talk of a Itei omit in Iowa.
St. Paul. Nov. Ji. A telegram from
Winona announces that Republican
Covernor-elect Van Sant has declined
to entertain the proposal put forwurd
Continued on Fourth Page.
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Waves Twenty l'eet Hih
Rolling on Shore at
SCHOONER COMPLETE WRECK
Government Pier Going ami
Harbor in Danger of
Loraine, O., Nov. 1'tJ. Thousands
of dollars damage waa done by tho
storm on Lake Krie, which began last
night and is still raging. Waves "JO
feet high are coming to shore. Tho
schooner St. Lawrence, which went
ashore a few days ago, has been
broken to pieces. The government
pier is rapidly goiDg. The harbor is
in danger of destruction.
IN EAST AFRICA.
Zanzibar, Nov. 20. The Somali
have risen in Jubiland, province of
British Kast Africa. About 4,000
well armed, men are on the warpath.
Sub-Commissioner Janncr. who has
been on a tour in the inland with a
small force, is said to have been at
tacked. His position is grave.
TO BE ADMITTED
AS LACE WORKERS.
Washington, Nov. -6. The war de
partment today decided to admit the
lace workers and their families who
were brought to this country by
Dowie, the "divine healer" and found
er of Zion City, Illinois, to teach,
others the art of lacemaking.
IOWA PHYSICIAN '
SHOT AND KILLED.
A 1 liia, Iowa, Nov. 2o Dr. Hamil
ton was shot and killed at Maryavillu
today. Alfred Ahn is under arrest
charged with the crime. Ann's wife
left him and Ahn held the doctor re
sponsible. It is alleged he made
threats that he would kill him.
Steamer on I'll f.
Alpena, Mich., Nov. 2(. Tho
steame'r St. Paul, laden with coal, is
on lire four miles out in tho bay near
Whitefish point. Two tugs are throw
ing water on her.
& Co's and,