Newspaper Page Text
THJB AKeUg, WEDNESDAY, .TTJIjY G, 1904.
FIFTY YEARS OLD
Semi Centennial of Republican Party
Observed at Jackson,
NOTED MEN IN ATTENDANCE
-.-r-lnr lfa. I hlrl "in-nki-r. l.nu.U
Ihr -ai-t t-iuraf n uf ili.-
Jackson. Mich., July Five thou
anl i - j J . - assembled In iiornis park
lure today to celebrate the SfAh ml
versa ry of the birth of the republican
party "under the oaks. John Hay
wax orator of the tay. Other distin
guished guests present were Speaker
J. G. Cannon ani Senators Fairbanks,
Alger ami Burrows.
Speaking of the birth of the republi
can party, Mr. Hay said:
"Wh( of us that was living then will
ever forgot the ardent enthusiasm of
those days'.' It was one of those peri
ods, rare in the Hfe Of any nation,
when men forget themselves and. in
spite of habit, of Interest, ami of preju
dice, follow their conscience wherever
they may had. In the rlear. keen air
thai was abroad the best men in the
country drew deeper breaths and rose
to a moral height they had not before
attained. Tin- movement was univer
sal. Sumner in the east. Sewaid in
.New York. Chase in )!iio. Hates in
Missouri. Blair in Maryland, all sent
forth their identical appeal to the high
er motive; ana m nnnois. wnere ins
most popular man in the state boldly
and cynically announced. 'I don't care
whether slavery is voted up or voted
down,' a voice, new to ihe nation, re
plied, 'There are some of us who do
aare. if slavery is not wrong, noth
ing is wrens' and Abraham Lincoln
came upon the field not t leave it un
til he was triumphant in death,
"If there is one thing more than an
other in which we republicans are en
titled t a legitimate pride it is thai
Lincoln was our first president; thai
we believed in him. loyally supported
him while he lived, and that we never
lost the right to call ouselves his fol
lowers. There is not a principle a vow
d by the republican party today which
is out of harmony with his teach in
or inconsistent with his charac ter. W
do not object to our opponents quoting
him, praising him even claiming him
as their own. If it is not sincere, it i:-,
still a laudable tribute to acknowledg
ill excellence. If It IS genuine. It IS
still better, for even s Nebraska pop
iilist who rends his Lincoln is in tfa
m of salvation. Mui only those who
believe ill human rights and are will-
Im to make sacrifices to defend them
who believe in the nation and It
benificent power; who b. lieve in tin
American system of protection cham-
iiimieil liv a long line of our g-e;;-. -I
and best, running back from MeKin
lev tn Washington, and. as Senator
Dolllver so truthfully said, to the orig
Inal sources of American common
sense;' only those who believe in equal
ImIImi to labor and to capital: in hon
est money and the right to earn it
have any title to name themselves by
the name of Lincoln, or to claim s
mini winshin with that august and
veiierateil spirit. I leliiiii it would b
linle Um lhaii sacrilege to try t:
trade upon thai benignant renown
whose light folds in Ibis orb o' tin
firth' I!ut we who have always tried
... ue.lL in the road he pointed out
,-, n,i in iiei.-rived of the lender
,.ri.1e of callinn ourselves his disci
ides, and of doing in his
work allotted to US by
Lincoln? who brags of his voting
against Grant? though both acts may
have been from the best of motives.
In our form of government there must
be two parties, and tradition, eirtum
taaei s temperament, will always
create a sufficient opposition. But
what young man would not rather be
long to the party that does things, in
stead of one that opposes them: to
the- party thai looks up. rather than
down; to the party of the dan. rath
er than of the sunset?
ililfi-iiii-ut ut Fifty lor..
"For '. rears the republican party-
has believed in the country and labor
ed for it in hope and joy; it has rever
enced the flag and followed it; has
carried it under strange skies and
planted It on far receding horizons.
It has seen the nation grow greater
'very year and more respected; by
just dealing, by intelligent labor, bv
genius for enterprise, it has seen
REGISTER FOR LAND
Records Broken by Rush
Claims in the Rosebud Reservation.
BIGGEST GAMBLING GAMEOF AGS
Vhuut Marl)-Mnr Out of Kat-h Hub
III! IN UooukmI to Il-uppoiatiurut.
the country extend its intercourse
ind its influence lo regions unknown
Hi our fathers. Vet it has never
abated one Jot or tittle of the ancient
law imposed on as bv our God-fear
ng ancestors. We have fought a good
fight, bat also we have kept the faith.
rhe constitution of our fathers has
been the light to our feet ; our path
is. and will ever remain, that of or-
lend progress, of liberty under the
aw. I tie country has vastly Increas
ed, but the great -brained statesmen
who preceded us provided for infinite
The discoveries of science have
made miraculous additions to our
knowledge-. But we are not daunted
by progress; we are not afraid of the
light. The fabrics our fathers builded
on such sure foundations will stumi
II shucks of fate or fortune. There
, , ....... E. m.
"in ivtuts ne a prouu pleasure in
looking back on the history they
made; but. guided by their example,
the coming generation has the right
to anticipate work not less important,
"lays equally memorable to mankind.
We who are passing off the stage bid
von, as the children of Israel encamp
ing by the .sea were bidden, to go for
ward; we whose hands can no longer
hold the flaming torch pass it on to
you that Its clear light may show the
truth to the ages thai are to come.'
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called 3:45
And I hope I am violating neither th
confidence of a friend nor the pr
ulotloa of an occasion like this when
l refer lo the ardent and able young
statesman who is now. and is to h
nr nreslilellt to let VOU klloW that 111
times of doubt and difficulty th
lliiMuhl oflenest ill his heart it. "What
In such a ease, would Lincoln hav
Woril to on n ir M-i.
"As I close I Waal fo say I word to
ili.. mm men whose political life is
beginning Anyone entering business
would be glad of the chance to become
one of nu established linn with years
of success behind it. with a wide con
Section, with unblemished character,
with credit founded on a rock. Mow
Infinitely brighter the future when the
present is so sure, the past so glorious.
Everything great done by this conn
try in the last 56 years has been done
under the ansplees of the republican
part;.. Is not this consciousness a
gTeat asset to have in our mind and
memory'.' As a mere item of personal
comfort In it not worth having'.' I -in -coin
ami Grout. Hayes and Garfield,
Harrison and McKinley names se
cure in the heaven of fawo thej all
are gone, leaving small estate in
worldl goods, but what vast posses
sions in principle s, memories, sabred
associations! It is a start in life to
share that wealth.
"Who now boasts that he opposed
BOOKIES GIVE BOND AND
THEN PLY THEIR VOCATION
Chicago. July C. To prevent anv
possibility of a raid on the Hawthorne
ir.ICK yeslorii.IV alteriliMill bv Sheriff
Barrett, the n bookmakers indicted by
the grand jury for accepting wngers
oil file races surretldere.l t h..in..l I-,.
at the sheriffs office and gave bonds
of $1 .000 each for imiMi u.-h..n
wanted for trial. The indicted bixiiv-
makcrs then left for Hawthorne where
they nccenfed bats In the iflanu
MOB SEFKS NEGROES WHO
ASSAULTED WHITE WOMAN
Hurlington. N. J.. July fi. During the
sbsence of her husband. .Mrs. Blsta
r 1 1 : i , , . mm - -, . ... .
i. online, wne oi i ares Hi, li o n
atnn r living along the Kancocas mad.
near sere, was a victim of a criminal
assault ami robbery bv 13 ni mt ies
and last night a man hunt whs made
throughout the surrounding country.
The outrage is one of the worse that
ver occurred In this section
Ort Welts Won Commonwealth.
New York. July 0 Ort Wtdl. win
ser of the OontmoowcnHa handicap,
today added another Kli 1 p to his list
of victories by canturin . t'- rich Law
rence realization staki .. v.-ih 120.94 S
lo the winner, at Sbeepsbi a 1 Hay. He
was quoted at to 10 an l . on sndily
y one length. Mctrcury. bavins I to
for the place. Bniahed second, with
Uraziallo third. Time. 2: ''
llonesteel. S. D.. July C. The
nish for registration for claims on
Itosebud reservation is now on.
lore sunrise the crowds were lined up
tor several blocks before the places
for registration. James Barnes, of
Klmore. Ohio, was the first man to
register. He was in line all night.
The first woman to register was Miss
Jennie Conway, of Omaha.
There are two places of registra
tion, the city hall and a little brick
church, where the women and old sol
diers are registering. In an hour and
a half 400 had registered. Those who
registered staried out in automobiles
and other picturesque conveyances to
visit the reservation.
otarlr Have War.
i ne notaries are indulging in a
lively war for business, and booths
containing them are found on every
corner. Registration papers may be
thrown out in a number of cases be
cause notaries filled them out and
sealed them before midnight. Com
missioner Richards says he expects
there will be many contests, as in the
case of the Oklahoma opening. He
has tie vised a scheme of preventing
them in a measure.
All contests will he first passed on
at the general land office, and unless
ther are good grounds they will be
throw i out This will prevent black
mailing, as has occurred in the Okla
homa district, where several cases are
still in court.
All IteconlM Ili a leu.
Previous openings of government
land are termed by the officials who
served through the Oklahoma rush as
tame compared with this. It is true
there was none of the picturesque
race for land that was seen in the
Ai.i.ii . , . . .
wiviaiiouia opening, mil ine greater
value of the land and Its increasing
scarcity has attracted greater interest
to this, while the gambling element
involved has added a zest to the draw
ing that has never been known before.
It is the greatest gambling game of
the century. While many will be
called, of course few will be chosen,
but those who are lucky will have a
small fortune. The government offi
cials who are here estimate that about
124.000 people will register. There are
2. GOO quarter sections fo be allotted
and of these about l,5n0 are looked
upon as valuable.
Klrt Naalct Worth flS.SSO.
The grand prix" of the game will
the first number, for which there
a standing offer of $10,000. The
numbers will be valued at
ich in actual money.
pronounces this a
as they are
best" men of
attend calls day or night. Both
Insist on getting Hange's bread, the
only machine made bread in the city.
' .,-1.1. t
9 a. m. Young & McCombs' sacrifice
When you buy bread, buv Range's.
the only machine made bread in the
ijenume pongee silk 25 cents a yard
at 1) o'clock Thursday morning at 11c
If you use Ball Blue, get Red Cross
Ball Blue. Large ' oz. package only
Double oven four-hole gas stoves
$15 each. Connections made free.
People's Power company.
Why of course I am going to Young
& McCombs' sacrifice sale. Prices
are cut in everv denartment
A son has arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Simon at Mon
mouth. It is their first born.
At 9 o'clock sharp. Thursday we will
open the great sacrifice sale. Come
early to get the snaps. Young & McCombs".
Yellow clothes are unsightly. Keen
them white with Red Cross Blue. All
grocers sell large 2 ounce packages
The firm of Youne- UfPnmin'
with customary enterprise, have erect
ed three handsome plate glass show
cases in front of their store on second
avenue. The cases are of the latest
improved pattern and present a metro
K. W. Shoede today entered upon
his new duties as teller at the Peo-
.- .iiiuim.ii naiiK. wnere ne suc
ceeds P. p. Goldsmith. The attaches
of the office of Circuit Clerk G. W.
Gamble, where Mr. Sehoede for 10
years was employed as deputy, on
his departure yesterday presented
him with a handsome toilet case.
red and blue
with flat band, tailor
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
12k Wash Goods at
O boom the big sale of wash
goods now going on we offer for
Thursday 2.000 yards short lengths
or un iz i-sc una l&c twnsres in
dnlntv designs at 3 3-4e,
yd. 3 3-4c. 3 3-4e
50e Solid Bristle Hair
Extra good ISc Whisk
Fine Combs and Dressing
CONVENTION BEGINS TODAY
(Continued Prom First rage.)
Cube Pins, all
King's 500 yd Basing
Dr. O.M. Myers
-1 ne npwincM opu
cfan now at MeOabe,
has the most complete
series of Instruments
known to scienco for
measuring errors of
vision and correctly
diagnosing all difficul
ties with your eyes.
Consultation and ex
animations of gtu free.
Patent Leather Buster
Special lot of Crushed Leather
Belts. Crush Silk Belts. 5 inch Gir
dle Belts and Embroidered Scrim
Belts, worth 39c to 75c.
Bathasweet. exnuisite for
perfumes and softens the
Tet low's Swandown Face
Genuine Buttermilk Soap,
box of 3 cakes for
Nazareth Waists Cheap
i uirsi' lamous
Waists, the ideal
garment for tyn
or girls .!..'
wear, takes the
place of an un
In fine lisle
thread and maco
cotton. This lot
011 sale while
they last at 50e, 2Sc. 25c,
Gcntfine Pongee Silks 25c
OME odd lots of Low Cut Shoes
and Stlpners, marked at prices
to move them quick. Some sizes
gone but early buyers will find a
Men's Leather trimmed Basket
Cloth Shoes and Oxfords, were $1.50.
balance while thev AV ((
Men's Tennis Shoes and Slippers re
duced to 39c, several styles, should
Tt qn 39c
Ladies' Kid and Patent Kid Low
Cut Shoes, were $2.00 and $2.50.
several patterns, all now J- AG
priced at v-ltO
Ladies' $3.tM Patent Kid and Colt,
Low Cuts, this
week at -,fO
Ladies' Fine Kid Hoose
Slippers, this time at ...
1IURSDAY morning at 9
o'clock we offer 10 pieces all silk
pongee, suitable for coats, waists,
or suits, at the before unheard low
price of 25c a yurd. Be
Sale of Dressing Sacqoes
T A INT Y garments for the hot
summer days. These prices are
unusually low. Pretty
sacou.-, with braid
Lawn Kimonas, trimmed in
good 45c value,
Kiinotias of Persian
very pretty, worth ,
S5c, at 1 1 1
Other special styles af 68c,
75c, 87c and
J, 000 yards Curtain
Swiss . t . . x 5c
A very special purchase of.curtain
Swisses will be on sale com-
mencing Thursday t 9 o'clock
extraordinary values at 12 l-2c. 10c,
8c and 6 l-2c; also 1,000 yards white
Spot SWiSSeS, while they
last, yard ' .
Just run your
5c a yard.
i 2ic down to
about $5. noo
convention of grafters
si ill arriving, and the
t he country are hen-.
t'arl It. I.awson
Miss Anna Swanson .
Mrs. Minnie Kouhotiin
. W unlock, in.
Th only high grade asking Powder
made at a moderate price.
Altitude and Voices.
Generally munilllg. rices living
high altitude have weaker and more
highly pitched voices than these lirhnj
lu regions w here the supply of oxygen
Is more plentiful. Thus in Ameries
rmpng the Indians living on the pla
teau between the ranges of the Audi's
at an elevation of from 10.J0 to I4j000
feet the men have voices like women
nnd women like children, and their
6luglng is a shrill monotone.
Partt? flouJv touicht iiml
ThurMiliiy. rttfe ilmnrrii iiml !!
J. M. SIIKHIRR,
Tewji rstare ni 7 a. m.. K at
Ui.'MI p. ni.. il"..
Old Mother Hubbard
she went oat and rubbered
New ni tali bora win- jast moving in
"I'll Just take a peep;
My' tie ir furniture's cin-np""
Bbe said, witii a satisfied urfn.
all kinds at
', cents a
Hadn't Seen Htm.
The Vicar- Did you see a pedestrian
pass this way a few minutes ago?
Farm Hand No. sir. I've been workln'
on this tater patch more'n a nower.
and notter thing has passed 'cept a
solitary man. an' be was trampln' on
fboL London Telegraph.
Call for the new Kinship.
"Snowballs" at Wilcher's.
For bMuranee, e. j. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Choice berries at Kuschmann's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Tin and furnace work at Wilcher's.
F or bus. baggage, express, call Robb's.
Spencer & Trefz for bus or express.
For real estate and insurance. E. J.
Interesting bousefurniunina news in
rienty of berries of
yard at McCabe's
Many bargains at McCabe's notion
department. See ad.
l.nnn yards white snot Swisses
cents a yard at McCabe's.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's. 1314 Third avenue.
Have you ordered your gas stove?
See the People's Power company.
The great sacrifice sale open tomor
row, at M a. m. Young & McCombs'.
W&lline & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 5SS4.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
Siemon. 1526 Fourth avenue. union 2s3.
Dr. William H. Carl, dentist, corner
Twenty third street and Fifth avenue.
Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved bis of
fice and residence to
street. He will be nlf ased to nromntlv
ing that Senator Bailey, of Texas had
bet n creed upon for permanent
chairman of the convention.
Kmt For Parker on Vint.
The Massachusetts delegation today
defeated a motion to vote for Parker
on the first ballot.
Mlehtsaai for Parker.
After a prolonged contest tbr Michi
gan delegation decided to cast its vote
Senator Daniel of Virginia
chairman of the resolution
The Maryland delegation at a meet
ing today decided to vote for Parker.
Parker Mill Leaete.
St. Louis, July fi. Parker's strong
position remains unshaken. The op
position has made many assaults but
apparently made no Impression. The
solid and substantial phalanax of the
New York jurist has withstood all ef
forts of the friends of other candi-
....nn hum it, apparently stronger than
ever. Assurances of accessions from
instructed delegations after the first
ballot has been received, men who are
now tied to other candidates, which
i ne Parker adherents say insures
nomination by the second ballot.
Platform Only Mrnaoe.
Upon slender threads gf various
Kinds the Parker opposition has hung
its hopes, while the Parker men have
been moving forward, with calm as
surance, to other matters connected
with tfie convention.
Former Speaker Smith of New Jer
sey, who has been holding his dele
gation In the leash while it was anx-
1 . .
ious. to go to Parker, said Parker
would be nominated unless a disagree
ment over the platform should drive
somu state delegations from New
A story Is current that Hill, flushed
with the fruits of victory, would un
dertake fo force upon the opposition
a platform so radical that some south
ern delegates would break away from
New York's candidate. But the illu
sion was dispelled. It was learned
mat Hill would not be chairman of
the resolutions committee, but that
Jolin A. McMahon of Ohio or Senator
Bailey of Texas, would be chairman
of the committee and that Bailey hat
selected to cross swords with Brvan
in debate over the platform on th
floor of the convention.
Hryau'H Inflnracc Smnll.
Vn interesting feature of the day
proceedings was the development of
the waning influence of Bryan. The
national committee selected four years
ago by a convention following his
untpiestioned leadership, turned awaj
ironi bub in seining ine Illinois con
st. Bryan has made the fight
against Hopkins his own and the
unanimous action of the committee
indicated clearly that he no longe.
wields his one-time marvelous con
Many times during the past few
'days the suggestion has been made
that Bryan would swing his strength
to tnis or to that candidate and dele
gates who were anxious to organize a
winning coalition investigated and
found that outside of the Nebraska
delegation, the former candidate had
no following save the few scattering
delegates who were bound by the unit
rule and instructions.
neaSta itryaa'n Support.
Eliot Danforth. accompanied by a
number of oth"r New Yorkers called
upon the Nebraska delegation last night
and presented a formal plea for the
support of Judge Parker. Danforth
said that Parker had suported Bryan
in both his campaigns nnd that he had
been the second lartrest
411 Twentieth j the campaign fund in New York. He
abio called attention to his own well
tional uses less ice
Best scales to weigh
your fruit, sugar and
everything, the best kind
12 quart preserving ket
tle for your fruit, the
M-st double coated Gran
iteware; should be 75c;
Best line of Window
Screens. and Scr en
Doors in the market and
prices the lowest. Good
window screens; regular
value 2Ze; our price jusi
2 for 25c
a new lot worth
Large size Gas Oven,
will bake perfectly, will
not heat the kitch
en like your
stove oven .
The Cleveland Water
Filter; a perfect natural
stone filter, best double
coated ffiO K(
easy to op-
preserves food better
than most any of the
higher priced boxes. The
No. 48434 inches wide.
21 inches deep and 4fi
inches high; value $18;
oar price to close out
Fancy Stone Ice Water
Tanks, nickel plated fau
The best and handiest
size of garbage can. with
good closed cover. Every
body should have one of
Good Screen Doors, mad1?
of best Southern pine,
and the best black wire.
all complete, ready
Fine clear Glass Table
tumblers, light blown
goods, for the last 3 days
iweek, each .... .
The Monarch two-burner
wlckless oil stove, a per
fect and safe stove in
way, price .
Japanese China. Have
Just received a shipment
of Japanese China cups
and saucers. These were
made this year and have
been brought to us di
rect from Japan. Very
Known Friendship for Bryan and made
a persona appeal on these around
i- . . .
inj.iii, who was present, responded in
the latter point, saying that If Dan
"""i ere u cauiiiuaie ne would Rave
Last evening Bryan gave out a stati
mem in wuieu ne ueciareii ttiat par
ker bad made no substantial gains
inai me entnuslasm for him was doe
i i the neiief that he can carry New
York and with the state the country
but that "this confidence is being over
come by the protests of the democrats
of that part of New York which is
expected to furnish the democratic
votes." Bryan also said: "The llli
nois contest, while it was decided for
the Hopkins ticket, was really a vie
ony ior ine contestants, because it
was decided on the question of juris
diction, and the contestants now hav
v. 1. r .i . i . , .
ucuiuu ineiu i ne unanimous support
ii h i 1. .1. .l : . T T . .1 , m ,
" " awwrai in cueci i uai I rami was
praci iceu in ine convention. I he con-
test will be renewed before the creden
Tiimninny ClBlaM ML
Tammany pursued its flghf in at
i' ni 1 1 1 i nii ui iosnr its lavorite son
campaign and last night were claiming
400 votes uledaed aaainat Partror
his number is more than one-third
Which would prevent a nomination
Ihe Parker forces displayed no alarm
at the report that votes were uniting
in opposition to the New York candl
Ihe making of the party platform
will be one of the most interesting
contests. The New York delegation
Is active in the platform question and
the Bryan forces are equally alert
While it Is unlikely that any effort will
he made to reaffirm the Kansas City
and Chicago money planks it is deem
ed not improbable that an attempt will
be made to declare for the gold stan
The anti-Parker men had a meet
ing last night and appointed a commit
tee to take charge of the anti-Parker
movement. They claim more than 4m
delegates were represented in the
meeting who would not vote for Par
ker and that they would be able to
hold them until ihe New Yorker was
AN IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL.
nurial of the I'oi-t 'aniibell
Went minuter Abbey.
Mr. S. C. Hall in his "Memories" de
scribes the burial of the poet Camp
bell In Westminster abbey. States
men, poets nnd men of letters followed
the venerable deuu of St. Pauls, the
poet Milman, as. reading the burial
service, he led the solemn procession
to poets' corner. It was not, however,
the presence of these illustrious
mourners that made the funeral one of
the most Impressive ever seen lu that
mausoleum of great men.
A long, reverential pause preceded
the words, "Ashes to ashes, dust to
dust." As they were slowly uttered
a Polish officer advanced from among
the mourners and dropped upon the
eolfiii some earth taken from the grave
of Kosciusko, the hero whose patriot
ism and death the poet bad praised In
verse. The effect was startling.
Then came the climax.
"I heard a voice from heaven," read
the dean, and immediately a thunder
clap shook the old abbey. He paused;
the mourners were thrilled. As the
awful sound died away the dean finish
ed the sentence -"they rest froui their
Couldn't Marry, Died Together.
Sioux City, la., July C Olvin Gray
and Lucy Pine, children of pioneer
farmers of Cnlon county, S. D.. took ! exist,
K'ryehnino and died in each other's
arms. They were sweethearts and
their union was not approved by their
(Generally Arn-plrd Theory
Hotv Tbey Are Furarii.
Soft hall consists of minute snow
balls and true hail, or hard pellets, of
Ice of alternate concentric layers of ice
und snow varying In size from peas to
dangerous stones of several pounds
Ferrers theory us to the method of
their formation is generally accepted.
Hail. Ik? says, is owing to the presents
of a tornado which need not actually
reach the earth. The lower part of the
rotating column is a region of cloud
and rain; the upper part is snow. Rain
drops suspended for a time In the
snowy region are frozen, and If thrown
beyond the Influence of the lncurrent
they fall to the gronnd as soft hail.
fshotild they he carried Into the vortex,
they ascend through the rainy region.
are coated with moisture, mount to the
colder region, where ice Is formed, aud
finally fall to the earth.
mis theory satisfactorily accounts
ior Hailstorms occurring chiefly in
summer, as it is only la hot weather
that these powerful ascending currents
a. J. TOHKK.
A. U ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main Street,
Swallow Has Not Declined.
Chicago. July C. Oliver W. Stewart.
chairman of the prohibition national
committee, last night positively de
nted that Dr. Silas C. Swallow had
declined the prohibition nomination
The Installment Collector Are yon
sure your mistress Isn't in? The New
Maid- : hope you don't doubt her
word, itlr. Chicago Journal.
Conceit may pnff a man up, but
never prop him up. Ituskbx
news all the time THE
Ju connection with the Queen & Cres
cent Itoiite, to certain points in Ala
bama, Georgia, Florida, North and
South Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi,
Tennessee and Virginia on the
FIRST AND THIRD TUES
DAYS IN EACH MONTH.
May to November, 1904, inclusive, at
the very low rate of one fare for the
round trip, plus $2. Tickets are good
froinfr 15 days, and for stop-overs
south of the Ohio river, with final lim
it for return of 21 days from date of
On the same dates one-way settlers'
tickets will be sold to points in the
same territory at one-half first class
rates, plus S2, from Ohio river gate
ways. For rates, schedules and full Infor
mation, call on your nearest ticket
agent, or write to .7. 8. McCullough,
N. W. P. A., 223 Dearborn street, Chl-
For information about farm lands,
business locations, etc., write T. B.
Thackston. agent. Land and Industrial
Department, 225 Dearborn street, Chi
cago, HI. or O. B. Allen, A. G. P. A-