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THE OMATIA DAILY BEE: TV ESP AY. VOVEMBETJ ?. 1000.
BRYAN'S COURAGE LIVES OUT
No Loager Does He Oliin New York u '
Btloagicg to Him.
CANNOT WIN WITHOUT THE EMPIRE STATE
Slorti Gloom Settles Over I'opocrata
. Itsnlt of b Cnnlrrrnrc Held
Atlfr Itelnrn of the Can
LINCOLN, Nov . fSpecIal.) W. J.
Jiryan does not eipeet a democratic vic
tory In New York state. This be prac
tically admitted to political friends who
conferred with him at his home last nlgbt.
lie professes to be hopeful of the general
retuit. however, and maintains that rondl
t'ens ire favorable for democratic success
In Illinois. Indiana and Obto. Democratic
and populUt party leader In this city now
sgree with .Mr. Dryan. but before he re
turned they all thought that New York was
more likely to go democratic than any of
the other Hates mentioned
Vice Chairman Edralstea of the populist
rational committee has contended that the
general result depended entirely on the
vote In the Empire state, and as he Is now
In posed to ros'-ede It to the republicans, it
Is concluded that he believes the fight Is
lost Members of Bryan's traveling party
look upon New York state es safely re
publican and they do not think that more
than one of the other states will go demo
cratic One of the men who confer! with Bryan
Us' night, said "It is very clear that
liryan will hate to carry New York state
or Illinois and Ohio to be elected. The
sign, are not so favorable for carrying the
former state as they were two months ago I
and although we hope to get the other '
states .fa. Indications are. as enraging '
t- tbey might be. Mr. Bryan thinks he ;
iil succeed btst if hK tl th- reports aemocrai. iuic a logical ana mrciuie wanning nous- furniture and nx
that come from Illinois and Ohio are true Wmiam II Hayward and John
1 cannot sc where he can possibly get a
majority of the electoral votes."
Colonel E. II Slier his received the fol
lowing letter from his son In the Philip
MANILA. P I O. t ; neer took
rn .ch Interest in politics before, but now I
read everything about It If the Americans
oer hert- er- fcllow-ed to vote HcKlnl-y
ould get a solid vote from here.. The in
surgents are becoming active again. Thy
retire that If they keep up eome ort of a
demonstration to show that the Insurrec
tion Is not d-ad that it will hurt McKln
ley. They think if Hryan Is elected that lie
will Immediately withdraw the troops and
leave the Insurgents to their "Hbertad."
This means the liberty to plunder wherever
they please and to kill all of the natives
who have sympathized with the United
States. KU R. SIZER. JR.
hoald Pnt Ald Politics.
fOLl'MBCS. Neb. Nor 6 (Special.)
Her O. A. Monroe. In the Times of this
city, speak thus of the republican eindl
date for state superintendent of public in
struction There is at Jest one state of!W that
i.hiuld b entirely dlvoro-d from politic
a-nd that Is the offlce of state sufwnn
of public In-tructlon. H-re. at i
mn should n supported because 1
of his tltness or opposed because ot nis
ihfm.wh as to who Is the best man for
th! pImcc and then vote for that man. re- ,
rardless of hl iKtrty aSlllatlons. I have ,
Known I'nii v row it oi moir mr
rnor- than Mi-enteen years I know him
ery Intimate!) Hl election to the office
cf superintendent wojld b a boon to the
erhools of the state and. hence, to the
etate Itself 1- Ik a Christian gentleman,
he Is a finished scho'ar. he Is a teacher of
rich experience, he l an cduratlonal ex
th'Jslast No city superintendent In the
Msl of Nebraska enjoys a Iwtter reputa
tion thwn lie and he hss placed tne Hlalr
public . hoots in the very first rank He (
full of enePgy and Tpush I want to se7 '
Mm elected pecau.e I believe his election )
weiild be in the interest of the schools In ;
the. state of ?ebraVH. ,
i;. c. Fltrli at Carlrton.
CARLETON. Neb . Nov. 5. (Special )
The republicans of this part of Thayer :
county turnisnea an onject lesson for tne oi v. mi assistance a city pnysician oi toe
fusion element Saturday night that will not democratic faith has given tbem. The In
soon be forgotten. The speaker of the stltutlon Is Just recovering from an epl
evenlng the Hon. E. C. Fitch of Chicago, ; demlc of typhoid and one of the Inmate..
.... . 1 I . I . ... wt .
a"' UJ , . a. .... V
t'nf aaa Ss f arae lit ran n ffsH w nrlllf laal on. ,
dress ln this village. The meeting which ! running sores, caused. It Is said, by neg
ii held upon the public square, (the . lect. A prominent democrat staled today
opera houte would not hold one-third), was ' that he would vote for Dietrich-and that If
opened with music by the Hebron quar- , he had any money he would bet the same
tette, after which the speaker In one of way. Another stated that he was pray-
the most logical and convincing addresses
of this campaign held his audience in rapt j
attention for nearly two hours. The ;
parade w-bs the largest, the fireworks the
grandest ever witnessed In a like demon
stration In Carleton.
Republicans Offer llmnrit,
HARVARD. Neb. Nov. 5. (Special. I
The article which appeared in the World
Herald of November t to the effect that
N. M. Graham (late county superintendent
tt schools for this county) had written
Chairman Edmlsten of the populist
atate committee, that republicans bad of
fered to pay the fare and expenses of two
fusion voters If they would go to Omaha
and stay over election, has been taken up
by the republican county committee, who
rnaae tne oner oi iiw lor tne arrest ana
of an; republican making the
Tlally at Douglas.
DOUOL4.S, Neb.. Nov. 5 (Special.)
Char 1m E. Winter of Omaha delivered a
two hours' speech at the republican rally
Faturday night. The meeting was beld In
the opera house and was well attended.
Many fuslonlsts were present. All the Is
sue of the campaign were presented In
such a manner that even the fuslonlsts ad
mitted it a a good speech. Although
m.. .u.uaiW orre iew mooses are
arrer made, a number of conversions from
Bryan to McKlnley have been reported. The
lepubllcan vote will show up well.
I'mlnn Knlly a Fnllnre.
TRENTON. Neb.. Nov. 5. (Special Tele
gram.) The widely advertised and much-talked-of
county fusion rally was almost a
Complete failure No speakers could be
obtained, although G M Hitchcock was ex
pected. A few local speakers spoke to the
small crowd that assembled. Little en
thusiasm was demonstrated, as the people
ran easily read tn the eastern sky four
more years of good times and rlctory that
It written In letters of gold. Indications
point to larger republican majorities than
for some time tn this county
Fusion Campalcn Closed.
NORTH LOUP. Neb.. Nor (Special )
The last rally of the campaign was held
here by the democrats, Saturday evening.
A fair crowd was In attendance and all the
candidate for office were present. District
Judge Nume was the principal speaker W
K. Whitney, candidate for state senator,
and J. A. Allls, for the house, made labor
ious efforts to catch a few farmers' votes.
Nothing new was said aad enthusiasm was
Mraistratloa at PlaUsntonth.
rLATTSMOUTH. Neb.. Nor. S. Special.)
The total registration tn thia city was
1.1&3. There will probably be OTer 1,200
Tstea cast here, aa many did not reflrter.
Hereford's sid Phosuhati
Sooth ci and strenrth-ra the serves :
relieves pzir. ia tis p.cc, Jcp.-es- I
aion ana c2"ki.
CoicIm1ui! IlsnretVs on -rrrr.
That you hare a right to express
your choice for the two men you
want the legislature to elect to rep
resent Nebraska In the United
States pennte. This right is given to
you by the constitution of Ne
braska as the nearest approach to
the election of senators by direct
vote of the people. Hemember. also,
that an expression of preference
must be followed by a vote for the
leplslatlve candidates who will
carry out the popular will. In other
word, be sure to put r cross op
posite the name of your preferred
candidate for t'nlted States sena
tor and a!io opposite the names of
the republican candidates for the
NEBRASKA CITY IS UNITED
Democrat, and Itrpubllcans Join
Hand. In Mniidltm t for
Welfare of Town.
NEBRASKA HTY. Nov. t.i Special Tel
egram.) The overland theater was filled
to overflow lac tonight by cltlxens of the
city of alt shades of political belief, who
gathered to listen to speeches by business
and professional men who discussed the
political iu. from a nonpartisan stand
point They denounced the action of the
attorney general In commencing the suit
against the s'arth factory and urged their !
hearers to stand up for the material wel- .
. . . .. . . .. .......
"n r D repuui.c.u ,
aor John Mattes was chairman .
o: meeting ana delivered a strong ao-
John W Stelnbart. cashier of the
uloe -ouaty National tan. ana a lue-iong
v.. imon also silvered aaaresses.
At the conclusion of the program there .
were loud ells for J Sterling Morton, who
responded briefly He stated that If Ne- j
braska City gives a majority for McKlnley (
tomorrow that the rarveltv of the starch i
factory will be Increastd 4.0O) bushels per t
day within a year He concluded by say- j
ing that he would vote the straight Tt- I
publican ticket and urged evety business
man ana laboring man to do likewise
The fuslonlsts wound ur hlr rinmlm
by an attempt at a torchlight procession
.. . . . ... . r .
and a speech by George W. Berge, candi
date for congress. Less thaa thirty voters
marched In the parade and a small hall
was amply sufficient to hold the people who
cared to listen to Berge's speech. The
tuslonlsta have abandoned all hope of. car
rying this county.
Deranrratu Lose Hupr After Hrcistra
tlnn Rr.ult. llfrnmc Knorrn,
BEATRICE Neb Nov. 5 iSpeclal Tele
gram, i The toul registration In the city
H mgoi is i.?.-i oi -airu
1,216 are registered as republicans. This
Kivr, a republican majority o
545 votes, '
b,ch ls thought will lncreaae
100 by the votes to be sworn In.
The republicans beld their last great
demonstration before election in the city
tonight. A grand torchlight procession
over a mile In length was the order ot the
evening. The parade was the largest ever
held In the city and great enthusiasm was
The democrats hare practically given up
the fight in this county and are discouraged.
A number who would have voted for Poyn
w determfned to yote the re-
publican state ticket owing to the bad
ftate of affairs at the Institute for the
Ke(h,e M,nje(j. Ever sl3Ce Dr. Dearlng
has bad charge he has been out campaign-
ing. and as a consequence the Inmates have ,
lacked proper medical attention outalde
.. . . 1. Jk I TT I T 1 1 r-Ae ! ..Ill
V ... L w ,:;
rlasitTAfrktltlV 111 inaa Tn V rT&al flsf Af a I 13 rrA I
Ing for bis party's success, but that the
turmoil at the institute had spoiled any
chance the) did have.
Day of speaking; at Iloldrea;r.
HOLDREGE. Neb.. Nov B. (Special Tel
egram ) The greatest political rally held
in this city during the present campaign
was held here today. The day's delibera
tions opened with a twenty-five minute
speech by W. J. Bryan, who arrived t
10 45 a m. by special train, accompanlsd
by Governor Poynter. A. Schallenbarger and
other fusion candidates.
At : o'clock Mary E. Lease delivered
address of nearly two hours, during which
she scathingly arraigned Bryan and the
fuslonlsts generally Mrs. Lease was given
I c05e utentlon and applauded throughout
. her address. The MeKlnler and Roosevelt
club of Bloomlngton, numbering
forty men ln uniform, were present.
Closing; Speech at Rlalr.
BLAIR. Neb.. Nor. 5. (Special Tele
gram ) Hon. John L. Kennedy made the
closing speech of the campaign here to-
w, ..t.hi.H m .h- i,.r. house
' during this campaign, the room being
! packed to the dcors. Mr. Kennedy spoke
' for two hours and forty-fiTe minutes and
had the closest attention of his hearers
, t0 ,he Ult ajnute. Much enthusiasm was
' .,. r.n.iMir.n. r. riin- confident
orer tomorrow s results. Attorney t. fc.
Howell spoke to a crowded bouse at Splker
hall, northwest of Blair, tonight.
I Ilrjan .Meetings at Pawner.
I PAWNEE CITY. Neb.. Nov. 5. (Special
! Telegram.) Two different Bryan club
; meetings were held ln this city tonight.
The contest between both Is hot. One Is
led by a deposed president ot the Bryan
i club. Grant Lackley. and the other by Fred
j Hassler. an avowed opponent of E. L. Ful
' ton. fusion nominee for state senator.
Hassler Is exerting himself for Bryan.
while the opposition Is straining every
effort to sare Fulton from the wreck The
halr-pulllng among democratic tactions j
here tomorrow will be Interesting.
Injured In Ksn.n.j.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb.. Nor. 5. (Special )
While Mark White and wife were re -
turning to their home ln the country frem
this city last erenlng, the team became
frightened and ran away, throwing both
out of the buggy Each was more or lees j
nruisea ana it is repartee mat ne lost one
ear. They were brought to this city and a
physician dressed the wounds.
Davlrs at Union,
UNION. Neb.. Nor. 5. (Special Tele
gram ) The campaign closed here last
night, at which time the cltlxens listened
to the best speech of the campaign, Hon.
John A. Darlea being the speaker. His
argument was convincing and yet not of
fensive. The Plattsrnoutb News quartet
was present ano meir campaign songs I
were loudly applauded.
The kidneys are small but Important
organs. Tbey need help occasionally.
Prickly Ab Bitters It a successful kidney
tonic and system regulator.
The Bee has the best facilities for get
ting the election news. Watch the bulle
tins on Seventeenth street tonight.
1111 LIONS IS SI ATE BANKS
Bepor: of Nebraska Isitiiutircs Sb-owi t
GENERAL DEPOSITS UNCOMMONLY HEAYY
Secretary Hull Give Oat 'tilrm'nt
Which He ays Will fsmpare
Favorakl) with Aay State
la the Valon.
LINCOLN. Nov. S .Special.) No better
evidence of the general prosperous coadl
tlen of Nebraska can be found than In the
quarterly report of all state, private and
savings banks, which was Issued this
morning by the state Banking board. TU a
reports shows an Increase In all Important
Items txceptlag rediscounts and bills pay
able. In the Item of deposits there Is an
Increase of J 1,C45.04S.?S-. In loans and
discounts the Increase amounts to MM.-
Attached to the report Is the following
comment by Secretary Hall "This report,
like the one preceding 1L Is a very Salter
lag shvwlng for our banks and will com
pare favorably with the showing made by
the basks of any state In the union."
In comparison with preceding reports
the showing of the Nebraska institutions
Is unparalleled. For three years there has
been a steady Increase In deposits, but
never In recent years has the Item reached
such a high mark as shown In the last re
tort Following Is the summary of the con
dition of all Nebraska banks, exclusive of
discounts . :.. TJ
overdrafti. ! ! . ! ! . &.K?.tt
icks s-eurltles. Judgment...
private banks and bankers. .. ... W.CT 076.W
current expnT-s and i taxes paid!
iremlums on bonds
Aif-ets not otherwise enumerated
inited States bonds on hnd'.'!!
, , LIABILITIES,
gJEjuji ifnd i
. . :,V6.CM
Notes and bills redlscounted..
Secretary Hall, who Issued this report.
Is chairman of the democratic state cen
tral committee and today he traveled with
Mr. Bryan, telling the people there Is no
prosperity in the state and quoting from
old mortgage statistics to prove his state
ments RALLY AT LINCOLN A WINNER
( lo.lns (.athrrlnit of Itepohllcana
nrpa.rs the Sraon' Record
LINCOLN Neb . Nov S (Special Tele
gram i In marked contrast was the final re
publican rally tonight with the closing event
of the fusion campaign on Saturday even
ing. More than four times as many persons
marched In procession through densely
i crowded streets and more than three times
i as many persons listened to the speaking.
Charles H. Dietrich, the gubernatorial '
j nominee. Congressman E. J. Burkett and '
1 Gus Hyers. the latter a mechanic employed
I In the Burlington shops at Havelock, were!
! the speakers. The meeting was held In the
auditorium and the crowd assembled there
! was as larje as the Immense audience that
: listened to Senator Hanna. Erery seat was
r-h.n-. u m.inA w.. i.irMn,
there was no vacant standing room In the
' The parade was one of the loncest of the
! campaign, fully 1.500 men being In line.
th wa no vaeajJt fUnd, roon ln thf
Following a platoon of police, a drum corps
I 1 VllW-li
and the parade marshal came the carrlares
containing the speakers and prominent re
publicans, and then "the following clubs
I'nion Veteran. German McKlnley, Trarel
Ing Men's. Indies' McKlnley Scandinavian.
Havelock Flambeau. University Place. Col
ored Republican. McKlnley Junior. Hayward
and the seven ward clubs.
Captain P. James Cosgrave. a former demo
crat, presided at the Auditorium. In a few
brief remarks he told why he left the nrv
Mr. Hyers was the first speaker He
spoke from the worklngmaa s standpoint
and mentioned the Increased wages of all
Havelock employes as one example ot the
good results of a republican national ad-
minlstraucn He w.s followed by Congress -
Dietrich ( the People.
When Mr. Dietrich, who closed the meet
ing, arose to speak he was greeted with
thunderous applause, which lasted for three
minutes. His address was brief, but logical
and emphatic and It made a deep impression
upon his hearers.
"As the speaker has told you, I am a plain
business man," he said, "and this Is the
first time I hare erer been a candidate for
any office, but I want to say to you now
that on tomorrow I win be elected gorernor
ot Nebraska. I stand before the people of
tthe state a. the candidate of tho republican
party, having recelred the nomination by ac-
elamatlon. Up to the time of the coarentlon
no man erer attacked my character, but at
.v .... , ui,. . ,kL ,,
the last moment, like thieves In the night,
the fuslonlsts have circulated broadcast orer
the state falsehoods that are baseless and
.v. -i.,..i - n- f,mtiin tm. ..
absolutely without 'any foundation. This Is
the first time I have ever felt called upon
to deny ln public cnarges maae against
Mr. Dietrich next spoke of the mismanage
ment of state institutions by the popocratlc
administration and deroted tome time to a
discuselon of national Issues. He called at
tention to the fact that the only states that
supported Bryan In Is?; were "the southern
states that nerer allowed the confutation
nor the Declaration of Independence to fol
low the flag
'.ag. the western drouth-stricker.
w i. .,,.,,.
the silver producing states. Not
a stngle state norm or .Mason ana inxon
line went for Bryan then, and none of them
will do so tomorrow.
He spoke of prosperity and then of the
Phillnnlne poller, kavlnr "Shall we. like a
lot of weaklings, shirk the responsibility we
owe t0 j.ujnitr anj tear down the flag ln
tbe)le jfUnas and allow the Innumerable
1 ,r.hr. a,d f0r.lrn nations to encage In war?
No. we will abolish slavery there and allow
the flag to float where it now stand.''
Closlns Itally at Mffook.
McCOOK, Neb. Nor 6. (Speelal Tele
giam.) The congressional, senatorial and
county campaigns were closed tn this dty
tonight, with a tremendous rally, the opeTa
house being utterly Inadequate to accom
modate the people who came out to cele
brate the event with tbelr enthusiasm and
deep Interest. Short speeches were made
by W. R. Starr, candidate for county at
torney. Dr J. E. Haathora. nominee' for
representative, after which Hon. W. S.
Morlan delivered an able speech on the
Issues of the campaign from the repub
lican point of view His speech was re
eetved with deep Interest acd c'.enett at
tention, hts utterances being cheered at
many joints as be premted the policies
and principles upon which the republican
party hopes to vin this campaign In the
Fifth district and In the nation.
The Nebraska Brigade hand and the Mc
Cook Glee club were In evidence, the former
g'.itng s r-on r before 'he speeds ar 3
h latter de.iiehi.Eg 'he attiieace a -ta.-el
intervals during the meeting. It was a 11.
tlag close to as Important eapalg closHy
fought, a caapaien that republicans hare
great confidence will mem victory for the
party In the Fifth dtitrlet at the polls tomorrow
et a, .Man on t'lre.
V.'INNETOON. Neb.. Nor. F. (Special ) j
A very pleasant dancing party here Satur
day nlgbt ended suddenly and alaest dls-
astrously at about IS o clock by th
fiendish act of a tcugh. A disreputable
character who lives at Crelghton deliber
ately saturated a large pocket htndker- ,
chief with kerosene and. pinning It to the
tall of the coat worn by the man who vas !
calling." set a llrhted natch to It. and i
the man was In an instant In a mass of ,
Cases, and making a rush for the dosr '
nearly set fire to other. No one aside
from the burned t&an was Injured and he !
was no', burned badly.
Methodists Deilicate rimreh.
LEIGH. Neb. Nov. . (Special Yes
terday was a red letter day for Methodists
la Leigh. Their new building was dedi
cated by a neat serrlees at II o'clock. Pre
siding Elder F. M. Slsson oSclatlng. after
delivering a masterly sermon fitting for the
occasion. The building, which was Just
completed, Is a magnificent edifice and Is
complete in every det all. The structure
complete cost SI id and stands without a
cent of Indebtedness, which fact causes
every member to feel proud. The regular
quarterly service was held la the evening.
Hunter Kills n llor.e.
MEAD. Neb. Nor. 5. (Special.) While I
Phil Prlraley and Gus Sjogren were out ,
hunting yesterday afternoon. Sjogren ,
Moore. Walker Moore aad a friend were 10 ,Ce r,Sat 01 ! W'B,,V '
coming to town, asd as they turaeJ a cor- f them, fireworks In front of them vol
.,. ki . . ' leyed aad thundered. Men yelled, boys
beside the road, aimed at a rabbit and
a he pul3 the trigger the horse was drlrea
t'etween him aad his game The horse ,
was shot in the lungs and died a short tine j
after. ard. 1
Midl-n Urnth at Ileemer.
DEEMER. Neb . Nor. 3 (Special Tele-
gram ) Thomas H. Hartmaa. who was publican demonstration witnessed here to
building tanks at J. L. Baker's lumber ard 1 night was the largest and most enthuslas-
quit work about 3 o'clock this afternoon and
started for home, stopping at Gecrge Purt
ters harness shop, where he sat down and
In a few minutes tell dead from his chair.
He was 72 yers old and had lhed In Dodge
and Cuming counties for twenty-seven years.
Podar I'oontj .Mnrtsf.
FREMONT, Neb. Nov S. (Special i The
following Is the mortgage record of Dodge
county for the month of October Chattel
mortgage filed 101, amount. 160.100 IS, re
lesed. 46. amount JI0.540 41. Farm mort
gages recorded. 10 amount. 111.?, 40. re
leased K. amount. J10.450.M. Town and city
mortgages recorded 14. amount. 15.767 J?;
released P. amount 4.0I4 14
Wayne ttrlrk Plant.
WAYNE. Neb. Nov. S (Special Tele
gram About 1 o'clock this morning
large brick kiln of John Sherborn here was
discovered on fire The fire dpartment
succeeded In extinguishing the Jsnn. but
r.ot until about (3.000 damages had oc
curred. There was no insurance on
plant. It Is HUpposed to have ben
work of Incendiaries.
ot Joined Ilryanltes,-
Neb.. Nor. S. (Special.!
J Bert H. Brown, who was reported In yes-
terday's World-Herald as baring come out
flat-footed for Bryan, pronounces the story
a falsehood pore aad simple. Mr. Brown,
who Is one of Emerson's prominent mer
chants. Is for McKlnley and is not working
against the republicans as was reported.
firrst Croud at 'I.tndaar.
LINDSAY Neb.. Nor. 5. .Special Tele
gram, l At the republican rally here to
night, the largest crowd erer assembled
! l political meeting in this town was
preent- rharle A Randall of Newman
i Grove, delivered a splendid speech, which
, enthusiastically received.
Insane I'ntlrnt Killed.
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. 5. (Special.)
George Rottenkelber. an Inmate of the
State Hospital for Insane, was killed to
night by a freight train on the Burlington
tracks a short dlstanre from the asylum
building. He was conmited recently from
Mnde Yonnar Again,
"One of Dr. King s New Life Pills each
eight for two weeks has put me In my
'teens' again." writes D. H. Turner of
Dempseytown. Pa. They're the best In the
world for lirer. stomach and bowels.
Purely regetable Nerer grlne. Onlr lie
, at Kuha i. Co.'t drug store,
' REPLY THAT DOES NOT ANSWER
In KfTort af Senor Mxto I.opes to
Controvert President cUrmn'i
BOSTON, Nor f. Senor Sixto Lopez this
afternoon gare out the following statement
In reply to that recently made by President
Jacob G Schurman of the first Philippine
President Schurman has formulated
what Is nald to be the "reply
to my open letter" to him. I had
i pointed out that he had "cruelly and
! carelessly ' but. I believe, "unintentional!)
Eu'cISEW ? 'showed by
faPt8 ,ithln n. 0n personal knowledge
' that there were 4tt teachers ln my own
province of Hatanga or one to each 6 !n-
. nab tants. whereas Dr. Srhjrman had rep-
j rt,,nl.d that there were only thirty-one
teachers, or one to each 1 K7 Inhabitants I
I pointed out that the conditions in Batangaa
obtained throughout the whole archipelago.
. ,.,th thf Hwpb,0 of central Mlndiano 1
I stated further that the "fact that the Flit-
pmos are an eaucaira pru,. is praniumi
I BOBlllIfO uy
Dr Schurman and
classes and conditions of men.
To all this and other matterF about
hegher education Dr. Schurman furnishes
no reply and expresses no regret at his cr-iel
misrepresentation, whli-h he practically ad
mits by his Inability to deny or contro-K-rt
Inuad of furnishing any reply he turns
upnn me with a tirade of utterly irrelevant
at.d erroneous statements about the alleged
f&age and disunited ronamon of tne nil
Mn nd he makes the roost unwarrantable
! fcstrrtloni that I "do t dr-r.y that the Fill-
llnoi( ar uneducated and lsnurant." H
, runner declares mat i u iuicren. aaniu
V"'raBett. 'and 7l&
j m(.tf to the American press I have sped-
. fically denied practically everything he says
I shall fcava occasion 'o refer later to Dr
Schurman s "reply." but ln the meantime I
may point out that after .'eclartng that the
Filipino are abject saagi. ready to tear
each other s throats and latoe Into anarchy,
and that thev are "marked by dense Igno
rance. ' Dr. rVrhurmcn closes nis reply by
stating that "It is the mission of our re
public to save the Filipinos, who in general
are most promising, estimable and even
loxable prple." This the truth will come
out tn spite of all attempts to hide It Dr.
Schurman la one of the best of Imperialists.
If his "replv ' is a sample of the "fair
treatment which we. may exptct from the
best ImperiiJlsta, then may heaven defend
u trcra imperialist rule. SIXTO LOPEZ.
Declares Semi-Annual Dividend,
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 5 -The Lehigh
Coal and Navigation company today de
clared a semi-annual dividend of per
cent, or H per cer.t more than Its usual
rate. This places the company on a 6 per
cent basis. The company also contributed
' KS.CV.J to the n.i-.e-s benefit fund. This
i represent a perctrtage deducted from he
. menage of the mines that It devoted to
I the re.ief of InJjreJ miners.
Thirteen Dead in Mine.
riULLIPP: W Ye . Nov 5.-The latest
rej-orta ir-ra ths i!l-?atei mine at Berrys
burg show- that thirteen are dead. Tvro
men were foucc d. d In a part of the mine
which had been abandoned. The door at
the mouth of the mine was shjt and the
two men blown through the door. Si feet
from the mouth The cause of the explosion
has cot yet been determined.
WARM FINISH AT HASTINGS
Different Partj Follower Line Up is Twe
PRIZE DEMONSTRATION BY REPUBLICANS
City la a Blnie of Red Fire and Ilense
Crowds .March the Mreets to the
.Noise of .Man; Discordant
HASTING. Neb., Nor S. (Special Tele
gram.) It seemed as It people had
roce mad. stalk. Marine raad, at one ..nd
the si!b time here tonight, as the double
headed political rally was in full blast.
As It was the eve of a great pollt'eal battle ,
the fudenists sad republicans were w ;
trimming over with enthusiasm there was ,
nothing else to do but pull the cork and
watch the result. The republican demon
stration was by far the ereater and more j
enthusiastic than was that of the fuslonlsts.
The city of Hastings was ablate with
enthusiasm and firework'. The thorough- ;
fares were a mass of humans packed so
closely that moving was difficult almost ;
every wrere and on Second street It was
Impossible There were scores of bands
In the parade and the catloaal airs min
gled with cakewalks and medleys, which ;
made a cccglomeratlon of anything but ,
rauslr. Thv heavens were ablate with a
raarxlficcnt display of fireworks and had
an electric spark been touched to the fuse i
of hd-s nc grander sight could have been
As the people paraded the streets fireworks
streamed and women cbred for McKlnley
("ompnrlon of rarndes.
The republican parade was at least 2e
or 811 time; as long as that of the fuslon
lsts and was enlivened with six bras
lands anc two drum ccrps. while their op
ponents were content with two. The re-
tie rally the western part of Nebraska has
seen for eight years and If tonight's dem
osstration Is ny Indication as to how the
state will go. Nebraska will be placed In
the repibllcan column after tomorrow.
Many of those who had taken an active
part in politics tour years ago in the In
terest of Bryan were at the head of the
republican procession tonight and as they
were recogaited by the spectators along Maximum temperature
the line of march a mighty uproar cy. Mt
cheers went up. followed by thousands of 1 Prrintat1on
balls of colored fire that punctured the at
mosphere In every direction.
Immediately after the rally the people
flocked to the orera house to hear Charles
Greene of Omaha make the closing cam
paign speech here The opera house
packed to the doors aad hundreds tailed
to gain admission
Thronsh the Plrturesque Bine Moon
tnlns. The route of the Lehigh Valley railroad
between Niagara Falls or BuSalo and New
the eye at every turn. Fast trains. Din
ing cars, service la carte
Watch The Bee bulletins on the New
York Life building for election returns to
night. DEATH RECORD.
Funeral of Mrs. Mults.
FREMONT. Neb.. Nov. ,. (Special.) The
funeral of Mrs A. C. Stultt. who died here
Saturday was held this afternoon, from
St'. James Episcopal church, of which she
had been for many years an active member,
Rev H. P. Silver of South Omaha, conduct-
ius, iae service. ,ir. r-iu.iz was lur pct-
trat years In charge of the Woman's Chris-
tlan Ttmprrance Vnlon temple, ln this city.
an active worker la that organization and
had an extensive acquaintance among the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
throughout the state. She was about M
years of age. A son and one daughter sur
' Resident of I'rrmnnt.
FREMONT. Neb Nov. 5 (Special i
1 Mrs B. Roberts, died at the residence of
. her son. Ben F. Rober.s. In this city ye
terdaj, aged 73 years, of general debility
She was born tn Kentucky and In the days
' before the war was a prominent leader In
society circles in the Blue Grass country
After her marriage she removed with her
husband to De.atur county. Iowa, and about
' sixteen jears ago to Fremont, where she
' has since resided. She leaves two sons, B
1 F Roberts of this city and F Roberts of
1 Norfolk and two daughters, one of them
being Mtf! LUrle Roberts of this city
Helped to Nominate Lincoln.
CHICAGO. Nov. 5 Hampton Rich, for
merly president of the Ionia A Lansing
railroad, now part of the Flint Pere ,
Marquette system, and at one time promt-
nent tn Michigan politics, died here today
aged S4. Mr. Rich was a delegate to the
republican national convention at Chicago
ln 1164 which nominated Abraham Lincoln j
Isaac Hnll Adams.
QUINCY. Mass . Nor. 5 Isaac Hull
Adams, a grandson of President John
Adams and a nephew of President John Q
Adams, died at bts home here today aged
elghty-seren. Mr Adams neTer was mar-1
flarlaud Stoves ana Ranges
were awarded highest prttes at Paris ex
position. , WEATHER FOR ELECTION DAY
Except In r.v England Conditions
Will He Pleasant Overhead
and Inder Foot.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 5 Weather condl- 1
ttons and general forecast
The etorai center has moved to Nova
Scotia and the pressure la generally high
tonight, except In the Atlantic states and
The weather has been almost entirely 1
clear throughout the country, except n
northern and western New York where
there were light showers.
Temperatures hare fallen generally,
though not decidedly, except in the At
lantic states and Montana, and are every- (
where moderate i
In the Pacific coast and plateau regions (
the weather has been clear, with little .
change In temperature. '
With but very few exceptions fair
weather Is Indicated for Tuesday and
Wednesday over the entire country, with
pleasant temperatures. Over northern
New England there will likely be light
rains on Tuesday morning, followed by
clearing weather In the afternoon. Showers
are also probable Tuesday In Montana and
westers North Dakota, eastern and south
ern Texas and western Louisiana, continu
ing on Wednesday over the two latter dis
tricts and extending over the southern
portion of the west Gulf states
On th" Atlantic coast and over the lower
lakes the winds will b fresh, west to
north. On the upper lakes there will be
fresh westerly, becoming varable, wjni"
Forecast l.y States.
Forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday
For Nebraska. South Dakota and Kan
sasFair Tuesday and Wednesday; vari
For New England fair Tuesday and
WelSfS'ln ;'va v fre ' 1 ! t; 1 'f't
morning It lith' ra.a oir - l
portico c3olr Tuesday in nerh r.
portions, fresh westerly winds
For Plstrlct cf Columbia. Kastern Vw
Vera. Kastern PewnsylraBl. New jers-v
Delaware. Maryland. Virginia ad .-:i
Carolina Fair Tuesday sad Wedaesdif.
with moderate temperature. Itiht to freh
Fort South Carolina and Georgia Fair
Tuesday and Wedsesday, light ist to
For Eastern Florida Fair Tuesday aad
Wednesday; variable winds.
For Western Fterida Fair Tuesday:
Wednesday probably showers, light north
to east winds.
For Alabama and Mississippi Fair Tues
day. Wednesday fair In northern, probably
i showers la southern pcrtloa. winds mostly
For Louisiana Cloudy Tueeday. w,th
showers la western portion Wednesday
! light north to east winds
For Westers Texas Cloudy Tuesdiy
with showers la eastern and extrent
southern portions. Wednesday fair ci
eept showers near the roast, variable
j w-tais. mostly light easterly
For Western Texas. New Mexico. Okla
I horaa aad Indian Territory Fair Tuesday
and Wednesday; light variable winds
For rkaasas Fair Tuesday and Wei'
nesday. north to east utnd.
her leanessee aad Kentucky Fair T--ts
dtr aad Wrdaradwy. northerij wind
For West Virginia. Weatera New Yek
Western Pesaylranla and Ohio---F.i r
Tuesday and Wednesday; fresh writ lv
For Indiana. Illinois aad Lower Mi )-.'
gan Ftlr Tuesday aad Wedndy : g
For L'pper MUbigaa Fair Tuedar snJ
Wednesday fresh westerly winds, be' ora
For Wisconsin aad Minnesota Fair ,
Tuesday and Wednesday, light wtaterly 1
winds, becoming variable. j
For lowa and Missouri Fair Tues 1
aad Wednesday, variable wind.
For North Dakota Partly cloudy Tt--day.
with possibly showers In wrsttrr:
portion. Wedneday fair: variable wlt.d
For Montana Partly cloudy Tjesday
posslb'y showers. Wednesday fair vari
For Colorado Fair Tuesday and Wed
nesday, variable winds
For Wyoming Fair Tuesday and Wednes
day, northerly winds.
! OFFICE OF THE WEATHER RfHEAf
i OMAHA. N iv S -Official record cf ten
1 perature and precipitation compared with
; the corresponding day of the last three
iy iv its:
C (3 'i
SI 4J ,3
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Record of tmrerature and precipitation .
at Omaha for this day and since M irch 1.
I Norma! temperature l
Kx''ess fur the day i
Total xce sine March 1
Normal precipitation 04 r
Defliietirr for the day ... ' I '
T'tl rainfall since Marrh 1 9?t"'i
1 Ex- es slno- March 1 . 1 "l t- s '
; Deflclenrv for ror. jrloJ. l,1-f .. 5 r. e
Denrlenc) for cor. twrlod. fSS 3 7; t- vs
llriort (mm Mntlon nt r. M.
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North Platte. cWr
Salt Lak. c ear
Rapid City, pert cloudr.
Huron, part clcudy.
Willlstoo. psrt cloudy...
St. l.oul.-, clear
St Paul, cl-nr
K4n&. City, dear
, Cialvest.m. ioudy
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecast OtHcial
Watch The Bee bulletins on the New
York Life building for e!e "on re'urns to
is life It rare often doe to exhausted
nerve farce than to lack of capital.
Strong serves are the capital that
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When people lote their capital they
set to work to regain It
When we lo cur nerve force we
ought to seek a means of getting It
back. There is a way, certain and
feed the nerves, making them steady
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