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THE OMAHA PAELY BEE: TTESDAV. NOVEMBER fi. 1000.
BRYAN'S TOUR OF NEBRASKA
Twehe Houn DtTot&d to a Trip, Among
ALL OF HtS BOGEY MEN PUT ON PARADE
Hrrrr Srl of Calamity Ip t Loas of
i'mdom Will .ltrnJ lilt Urlrit
Accord I nc to III Public
rt GET THE,R DATES BERLIN POLICE SCANDAL
of trust and an Increase of tbe standing
army. He then referred to tbe fact that
Great Britain's government of India It,
of tea pointed to as a model tor what tbe
United States can do la the Philippine and
la that connection be said-
The republicans tell you that England
ret k'eat verr nicely In India. How
f.ttt Fft along? 6h read h governor
I vt,f there and mak th teople of India
t Tvrvn v -,- e wr, w i ..,. ! J'a him year and she send an
LINCOLN . or. 5 Hon. J. Bryan , ' . to kt, the tax collector
bompleted bit presidential tampalgo tour 1 in office, and while rhe if doing that mil-
publican fanner could rupport a ticket
which favors a poller looking to tbe ex-
eroptlon of tbe wealth of tbe ctmntrj- frera j, p j JJ- p0jct, xt,
IM Just ahare of taxation.
. . ,. .... Hftr or Mi His.
India a Horrible Example.
Mr Bryan spoke briefly In condemnation
ENTHUSIASM Or NINETY-SIX IS LACKING
Audience Are I.arse aai the eecn
Are Alone the Candidate' Well
Knorrn Lines, bat -A
pinnae la Weal.
William Jennlug Bryan brought the
democratic ranmatgn of 11-00 to a close
f this state with a speech lo thts. fair i Ho" of A'f.. Ll L1B iaQV.r. a'sht after a firing trip to thirteen
some city, at i o'clock thin evening. He
returned here at that time from a twehe
hour tour of the laterlor If the Mate and.
proceeding immediately to the People'r
;uare, delivered a speech. of about thirty
minutes duration to hit townspeople.
Mr. Bryan seemed entirely satisfied with
tbe audience which greeted him at the va-
rloua points la bis own state. Many of
SJEthat ffi'VrroSj crVlhey citica and a speech la each during the day.
bat nothing at Hii insTeaa n; ngiana tut nrst in it. wm bud ur.ws
sending roomy to feed her starving rub- xj-e last was long after midnight and dur-
fcilVmh. i6 tbe afternoon and evening tbe efiects
rather than to become Brltlsn rjbjeits. of the severe strain were apparent When
conqwt in the Philippine that ire- cannM roBrteeath atreet aad Capitol ' Kaasa fferenee. Tppekn. Kas.. March IS.
expr-es our.fMniH.tW with them. Our ' L., tV.Z 1 I"P Merrill. LetlnKtoa confertace. In-
?W?.l,nt'. H J'.1 ira..r. .' ! ! r rur' , " ::r:. .. .V. vLl: v. I dlaaapoli. lad.. March ::. BKbop Merrill:
3e ouen looa niwuisr u i.i-- , . , . ti-vi- ,i
Iloard Aul(n IrrldlnB Offlcera of
DWtrlrt Confercncea for Cow
Inn Mi Month.
TRENTON. N 3.. Not. C Tbe board of
Mabopa of the Metbodlat Eplwopul church
of tbe t'nlted State coaeluded their nl
aaaueJ meeting la tal city tonight. The
aeatioa were all held la private aad the
ctly b-utlaesa of publte laportancp traa-
tacted wa tbe selecuag or tie blihopt to
out the United States during the next Mi
month. The aaslgnmeate Include the fol
io wing: Auun confercace, Saa Antoalo,
Teu, December IS, Bifcbop Joyce, Southern
German conference, Wiw, Tex, Norem
ter S. Blahop Joce. Texa conference, Mif
abtJl, Tex., Decemlx-r T. Bltbop Joyce; We-st
Texan conference, Victoria, Tex . Decem
bcr 1?, Uiabop Joyce. Arkana conference,
Texarkannt. Ark January SI Bltbop
Ninde, Central Mlswrnrl conference Tort
Scott, Has.. March IT. Bishop Andrews
Disdomres at Trill of B&nksr Stirnberg
Eilse VeriUbls Teapsst.
SCORES OF OFFICIALS ARE IMPLICATED
Kulirr AL for Dally Onlletln of j
Trial While th Ooi eminent Or
der InTeatlsatlnn of
war la over, but that It w1l! (,-0 on in ca.se j,m b
tbe place, at which be spoke are repub- , hey thought iV "going "to V HteA CF rpells accord o: app iaue to MlMirI coa-
Hcan In stntlment, but In all cases the i for they are s-ndltic more troot there to lean on tbe shoulder o. a incna lor a . v.mH,, March l? lhfi '
trowds were larce in nronortloa to ttoeu- I ontli.u- the ar The fact Is that the war brief rest. His voice retained Its ae- , xarj-vllle mc... Jiarcn n. aop
i-.iT V . proportion to popu i m 9 , f w h rrr,mis-d ..rr,rth hat he lacked the noner Andrews: North Dakota conference. l a-TO.
Utlon aad m most of them there was a , h,de,.nd-n,-e , ,,e rillplnos and they will roomed streBEtb, but he acked the power Waldca. North la-
bii ,1-... r.i i.,--., ni. f.hii,,. oikv v nf.tt- .r to nrolect it a creLt distance, bis en- -. . . . " I
Xtod. g."..gto sm" h.rihiFhavc-beennghting durance and energy being nearly ex- " conlerrace, o.ooo. ina, April w.
rif- t-lliinnh IJjti Atirll S ttlntinn Will.
Exeter, the first stopping place, aixty
tva miles disunt from Lincoln, was
reached at 7 o'clock. As tbe train
drew Into he station at that point
there were quite a lot of people drawn
tip along tbe railroad track, notwithstand
ing tbe early hour of tbe morning, and Mr.
Bryan a hastily escorted to a public hall
fctar by, wkrc be made his brst speech.
The hall was quite a commodious one, but
it as filled to overflowing. Tbe speech
tis very little dlfiertnt from Mr. Bryan's
speeches to agricultural communities in
ether parts of the country.
"You are about to vote." he said. In be-
MiikIdk HI Old Souk.
In his speech at Wilcox Mr. Bryan said
In response to aa introduction of him
self as the next president, that it nas
not the fault of tbe people of Nebraska
that be bad failed at tbe last election to
become president, "but," be added, "now
that other states arc coming to tbe rescue.
I hope tbt Nbraka will not be found
wanting." He spoki- at that place for about
fifteen minutes, giving his especial atten
tion to the Philippine and trust questions.
While speaking on tbe Philippine tub
lirt. some one In tbe crowd asked him.
Those ho nave ceara nrariy an .Mr. j
Bryan's great oratorical efforts say mat
den. St. Louis conference, Bolivar.
BERLIN, Nov. 5 Tbe highly UBsatltfac
tory condition of tbe Berlin criminal p""', 1
as laid bare by the sensational evldesce j
In the second trial of Sternberg, the rich
Berlin backer accused of an oSense against
morality, and the peculiar manner In vhtch
the testimony was prepared and presented
are tbe talk of the whole city. As clear
i signs of corruption and lack of discipline
were brought uut by the proceedings It was
resolved today at a conference between
Count von Buelow, the Imperial chaacellor
aad Baroa von Rhelnhabea, Prussiaa mia
lster of the interior, to overhaul the Ber-,
lla police department.
Immediately after the confereaee Barcn i
von Rhelnhabea ordered a sharp mvestlga- i
i tioa, without fear or favor. It is ex-'
pected that a large number of tbe criminal 1
police will be disclpllnt-d-and that about I
a score will be dlsmltsed, among them the 1
Contains a large percentage
) of ohpmirftllT ptr? plrcwia.
TOJLET A2vD BATH.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
.fc. Ar.. t lh. tnt wan nn r? his taost i Karen .1'. iJi&aop Aaorrwt. couui vRnsas . . - . ... i,.. vm ti.r
brilliant In spite of bis apparent exbaus- , fonfemite, Eureka, Kafc.. Marca SO Bishop , fcLtWt nuellessem. who has been strongly
tlon. It abounded In irony and witticisms , n. Southwest Knn,as conference. compromlt,ei by tat. lrlBl.
tl.f. r, 1r,f tit ftll f rif vVltlt
tinning, "and by your votes determine what j ,,,,. , A' lTir. ,v,,... .nnndine.
Mr Bryan said-
you want in goternment and In the way
He took up the subject of farm mon
tages narly in his talk, but before doing
o made a passing thrust at the trusts.
Baying on this latter subject
that caught tbe fancy of tbe crowd aad ' Newtoa, Hub March
kept those within hearing continually ap
plauding. But the utterances were not
convincing, as at no time during the even
ing did the rpeaker resort to argument. Mr.
Bryan promised his followers many re
forms in tbe event of his election. He
sssured them that If their votes enabled
blm to take a seat In the White House
evry power of the executive will be ex
panded to curb the trusts. He promised
also that before the expiration of hit tern
of office senators will be chosea by a
majority vote of tbe people aad not as
they are at present by the state legisla
tors I.atr ItrarhlDK Ton n.
Nn tnorr than Ouen Victoria has tT
what sh docs In India The trouble is tht
the republicans are amending the ontl
tutlnn without cottir through th fnrtnai
I ltl-s provide 1 for in the constitution at
nil Thev ure umendlnr the D-cJaratl-n
"The republican party has been in power "f Independence so a to read that all m'n
I Th-v have omendt-d the commandm-nt.
I "And thou shult have no othir Gfd but
I Me." and made It thuF "Thou shall hv
nn ether god but ptild " They have amndl
tb commandmTit "Thou shaJt not steal'
and mad- it "Thou shalt not Meal on a
rnmll wale " If It Is large enough '.: Is
oonditions brought by the republican party , ,1.Fn1lht. tni'hJ Somethlnc T vou vrJnt e addresses aloag tbe route, although
ad It has uo plaa aor purpose to rid the md they now wunt to amend orie of the tbe.throngs which gathered to bear blm In
country of the. trusts or to protect
poople against them.
tor tour years, ana during teat time we
have seen the trusts iarrease at a rapidit)
erer known before, and when republicans
tell you that they wudI you to be satisfied
with tbe conditions they have brought, just
remember that the irust if one of the
I The train that brought Mr. Bryan to
tbe city was more than an hour late
when it drew into the Burlington sta
tion at South Omaha. To be able to keep
his appointments in the theaters In this
city, it was found necessary to cut short
j Auogcmer no icwer tuna prt-aij uiim
bers of the criminal police are said to
be Implicated In tbe Sternberg case. The
proas, without distinction of party, strongly t
demands thorough reforms. In addition
to the two commissioners against whom
damaging evidence has been oSored It Is
rumoifd that a number of others ire In
volved Today Emperor William requested that
be be furnitbed with running reports dally
of tbe trial and cf tbe part flayed In It by
the 1 latitude- The bible says, "Blessed ur tfie dowxtown halls were demonstrative
UK ShfwroVcld." ahnl iU'w'"" beyond expectation In the briefer speeches
Kelle In Mil Kent' i'liiurr.
He then entered upon his discussion o
o-i.tii m unw-nri It nnd make it read "Ble(d Mr. Hrvan did not dwell on the isssues.
are the nes comaker., for they shall lnhem hut confined himself almost altogether to
the -artV' and the republican who votes , , . .
s aa2 remaining
c ballots are left
Outside of Lincoln and Omaha Hastings 1 to greet him In Metr' hall on Thirteenth
supplied the largest audience of the day. street, he exclaimed "I have been told
At that place Mr. Bryan spoke for half ' that the day will not be long enough for
an hour and In connection with his dis- alll the voters la some precincts to cast
uion of tbe Boer question Mr. Bryan their ballots. If there are any shut out
U to the election of John Burns to wbea the polls close, be sure that It Is
p. -tuent. On that point Mr. Bryan said- those who believe the foundation of an cm-
Tlie huve recently had an election In i plre can be built on the ruins or a repub-
tbe farm rnortrRrr nurctlrm mrlnr- "Th 1 th tlcki-t tins tall must lie nrepaxi-u u
tll to,, i-m, v.... , , a v renounce nil b- has evtr IHm ed In nn3 going early to the poll
.hi. ..... t , ' 1 . rurrend-r the oonvicu-ns o: a nieume. , tDerf. unt a flelaoerBl,
fcaTe been filed with him for the various
counties, and I want to show you some
thing of the prosperity that the repub
licans are now boasting of. When Mr
Roosevelt was here be made a statement
that 40 per cent of the real estate mort
gages had been paid oS under this admin
istration. The fact is that little less than
124,000,000 In real estate mortgages
bten released in excexs of thniko fit
you roust take out of tbe 2:4.000,000 all of ' that was manifesting Itself in South Africa j force.
DECLINE TO REINSTATE BOYS
Omaha and Council 111 off Student
Anions (be Snnitirr Expelled
CHICAGO Nov C Fifty persons were
present last eight at a meeting in tbe
Grand Pacific hotel of parcati of boys
dismissed from Culver Military academy.
Culver, lud . last week. The chairman of
the meeting announced that a committee
of five. conMttlng of R. W - Alshtcn ot KNOCKS OUT BOARD OF TRADE
Chicago. J. M. Morehouse of Omaha. E. G
Van Brunt of Council Bluffs, former Oov- jndBf. n,ju quotation Hnt Be
ernor Jackson of Iowa and R. G. Queal of nivrn to Public- Wlthonut
Minneapolis, had left for Culver during the Dlscrlmlnntlon.
day and would In all probability arrive at 1
some satisfactory arrangement wua the I CHICAGO, Nov f . In a derision ren
superintendent. derod by Judge Vtill m the circuit court
It was hoped that a favorable rommual- j n,r" tody it is declared that tbe Chicago
catioa would be received from this com- , "ra or Trade marKet quotations arc a
"A TRAINING IN CLEANLINESS IS A
FORTUNE." COMPLETE YOUR EDUCATION WITH
tti v.ivutr, tbprroriru!o oftmpt. rrmb nerai". wu- .mtiiTcuri
l'rrui or c!iiwbl Ik fbrut orrw.s, uc - aa Iiala,
P. la. a ik, llM-h., k.a.ln.1 rBliil.il Hrii fcllly, tlBBSlaa
1srnB uffrrr nut md by Pyton W rn 10 yr iwl ar t-oobr with tattlla.
CCH Ot.NE tli or .? known rtr0T Ut nn wtthoni 11 oprnurm. tXO imcroo'iuu. A wrltt
urnitttft .nil ntn irr rniriir1 11 ti-oir 6rub act a bcnuooci cur. 1J0 a baa,( lot ttja,
mll. hrI tor isr rtrrsUr .hd irtlnu.;ut:a
dd n t, rt ttii l.M io r.o..iex Jna, &aa rmclo. Cat
rOU SALE II V atVKIt-UlLLO.1 bill G CO- 1CTTU AID PAJLHAJL
mlttec before adjournment of the meeting,
but lnttead there came a lelegram from
Superintendent rieet, stating that the 112
students haa hcn dismissed for a Ssgrant
breach of discipline and that the punish
ment meted out had been decided upoa by
tbe maevgement as commensurate with the
offense,. Superintendent Fleet gave no
public interest and must be ditlributtd
The decision was rendered la the case of
the Chicago Board of Trade agalast the
Central Grain and Stork Exchange, the
board having csked the court to dlsbolte
the temporary Injunction restraining it
from withholding its quotations frcs tb
intimation that the boys would be allowed j defendant, alleging said defendant to be h
to return. The meeting adjourned to meet , bucket shop. In ruling against the Board
acnln upon the return of the committee
sent to Culver.
OPENING DAY AT AQUEDUCT ! teourt! caTTivi l,efore lhe
of Trade. Judge Vail made the lajunctloa
perpetual Sixty days are allowed the at
torneys for the board to prepare a bill of
I England and John Burns, who represented llc tna not tno(ie or m opinion that the
;s nave k jBOi,r district, was re-elected there and j T , . . ,,m
ed. and i he mad- his flrht against the imp-rlnllsm ' Declaration of Independence is still la
thR nmtirrir whirl. huU v,..n in l and 1 want to reud you nn extract from his Every available foot of space la the dem
tbe rroperty wnich has been turned oer to IOr wh(.n our man Kent, from this headouarte-s at South Omaha wai
the mortgagee in sat sfacUoa of the debt, state, one of the two de egnt-s from the tlc heaaquerte ra at houta Omaaa wai
Vou know that is very often the way of 1 fnlted Ptntes to the labor congress In Eng- occupied wnen Mr. Hryan made nis ap
a,aylng the mortgage. Of the 224,000.000 ' I"?- .JJ1 , K:MJ?5niW? Enr! 1T .u"the 'Peers' platform a
tnarked satisfied, less than 220,000.000 comes Und did whs to pa? resolutions condemn- ' fw "inutes alter tne amv ai o: tne train.
ing the Boer war. They SRy nr ournt not ne w lms-oaurea ut. wci-maii hi tar
to say anything against ine i uipino war next president and tne vocaj tumult tail
from farm mortgages. But while tbe mon
tages paid off and released on real estate
are much less than Mr. Hoosevelt saj-s. the
Increase in Ibe chattel mortgages of this
State in tbe last four years Is very much,
greater than the decrease in the real estate I
mortgages. And il you will take thn real
estate mortgages filed and released, and
the chattel mortgages filed and released,
you will find that adding them together
yce have 2140,000.000 more in mortgaged
Indebtedness In this state than we had four
years ago, that la, the chattel mortgages
have increased so much more rapidly than
the real estate mortgages have decreased
that the Increase is 1140.000.000 in four
years. Bear in mind that these figures
-ere taken from the statistics in the Labor
bureau and those are made up from the
sworn statements of county officials of this
Tale of the Trnat.
Reverting to the trusts. Mr. Bryan said:
I want you all tt vote early, and wften
rou get up on ilec tiou innming it will prob
ably be dark, ynu will have to light a
lamp, and Ju.it remember that you ore uMng
lO ttkj ,1 1 J ,. I til 1 1 1. ftr-amn. in, ' ...,...' - , UCAk JJ CIUTUh UUU tut: ..(I.
They would dt-ny to VAhT-riwi. irJTS rrreted tbe prediction kept him waiting
speech that they even have in Lngland and ' r , '
sky that in i free f America we shall not raise several minutes before it subsided,
our voice ugalnst Itjustice and the violation With Mr. Bryan was Edgar Howard, In
of the ronstltutlon And vet the laborlnE v-j,nft. behalf be made earnest pleas to the
men of England paned their resolutions de- ,, . . '., ,
nounclnE the Boer -war and John Burn was j voters. At Mcti hall he salfl- "If you are
re-elected ov-r there after making a sv"ch, going to send me to the White House, senJ
an extract of which 1 will r-hd you. Speak- democratic congressmen and senators lo
ing OI xn ji i. : ni:i ut vtiiuk v. v vu
the new lmperiallsra he said:
'In a word, the new imperialist prattlces
and gets the people's army and navy to en
force his sordid, v-ulqar Ideals. A nation
which countenances that is doomed, a peo
ple, that connives at It Is ut least half way
on the road to slavery-. A working class
that does not reslt it is destined to be
taught the sharpest lesson they ever re
Mightily Afraid of 1br Army.
That Is what John Burns of England said
to the English ix-ople in his contest for re
flection, when he made, the Issue on the
Boer war. And yet In this country you will
find republicans who want to do exactly in
the Orient what England is aoing in &oum
the houses of legislature at the same time,
because I want to have bills to sign when
I become president and I can't have them
with the republicans in power In both
bouses." Ed Howell and other democratic
leaders accompanied Mr. Bryan from hall
Arrangements had been made for only
one rpeech at South Omaha, but as tbe
people who were able to get admittance
to tbe headquarters were only a small part
of those who besieged tbe building, plans
were made for an open air address at
Twenty-fourth and O streets. Mr. Bryan
MUrrable "Work of Mnrtrr I'rtttniflll
Mars Jport Tbat Otherwi.e
Africa. Today the United States Is not able delivered his second address from tbe steps
to svmputhlie with the Boers, for If the , . T., ,,,..,, ,m ,
republican party were to announce to the!0 Dr- McCrann s residence to several
government a resolution of sympathy with 1 thousand people la a vacant lot adjacent.
the Boers England, through Parliament, i yBt. party war driven rapidlv la carriages
at Nineteenth and Vln-
At Harvard there were a great many gold
Hull, the chairman of the nousc military
committee, in a letter tn wrucn ne aavisea
and recommended accepting a site for a
fort near Pes Moines, said:
"It has been the policy of the depart
ment to concentrate the troops near the
large centers of population, where many
rallwuy lines conversr. and allow of them
bring rapidly transported to point of
That haa been the policy In recent year
and yet when 1 Raid the other day that
one purpose of the large army was to co
erce laboring men and have the army near
large centers to suppress strikes Mr Boose
velt said that I was stirring up class
.ireinflire unit vet I was unlne the very lan
guage that was used by tbe chairman of
the military committee of the house, a re-
escort ox his rormer regiment, the Third i
Nebraska, which marched behind him to
Ill Addre I'ptovru.
. on rurnisneo ny wie Munuiro uil company. 1 ,1 , .,. j7r ,(,. ur -
' "ttat th. Standard Oil is trying tl.l, I J, lZlll "nVVE Todl , to Damn on', hall
KS.? Produced by
company is proierim: under a republican "ervaUves of Lngland are doing over there. jom Flrnn. The next talk was at Metr"
udmlnlstratio;) ..IJ" lok at the i.raMieritr , T!"1" " ,wfir fSSf.j1" r'S ' At the corner of Thirteenth and
of the Standard Oil company whi e jw In the purchase of trade, ana ir oj read . , We. ... v.
lamp Is burning-, and compare It with the (what was naid by Senator Hawiey In the i Jackson streets Mr. Bryan was met by an
jirospenty ot trie larmer. jnen wnen you i i- iucu ciaies senaie juu m '"
c.t vntir puflee remember the tirtre of I want an armv In this country to
coffee is contt oiled by u trust and when j coerce laboring men and you will tind i Mr.
you put your tugar in, remmrer tnat it t
controlled by a trust, atid If you have
crackers, remember that the National Bis
cuit company control the price of biscuit.
You find that there is hard.y a thing you
use that the trust does not control 1
promise you that if 1 am elected every
jiower of the president will be used to
make It Impossible fnr a private monopoly
to exist In the United Statea.
rifteen-mlnute stops were made at tbe
towns of r&trmont and Harvard, aud la
both places Mr. Bryaa made speeches aloag
the general lines and to good crowds. Mr.
Bryan again urged his audience at Talr
xnont to vote early.
NEW YORK. Kov a-The fail meeting
of the Queens Count Jockey i'ub beca'i
today at Aqueduct The weather was cl-ar
tnd bright the track fne and the at
tendance pood C H. Pottlnglll tiroppefi
the flag. Bad starting w-a the oiJy
thing that marred tb opning.
In the first rne The Chamberlain was
left ct the jiort. while at least six other
were hopelessly strung out Carnellan w as
left In the second, with Isaac H ppr prac
tically left in the third. Kadlord waa
eight or ton lengths behind the leaders
passing the stand Two faveritcs won,
Helen C In the second and Trlllo In the
third. The others went dawn btfore a sec
ond choice and three long i.h3tK
The fourth rcce was the feature of the
day McMeekln was an odds-on favorlie.
but Mitchell rode a llstleas race and was
second ut the nd to the heavily playd
rirst Whip. McMee.kin and Beau Ormonde
made the early running, but First WW)
moved to the front on the far turn ind
won cleverly by a length and a half. Beu
Ormonde stopped In the stretch and The
Golden Prince took second money, a ntcK
The other dinners were Oliver Me, at 7
to 1. in the first; The Puritan, at D to 1.
in the fifth, after makins all the running,
and Water Cure, at b lo 1, in the last
First ruee. selling, about seven furlonss
Oliver Mr. JOS flhelanv, T to 1, won. Mid
night Chimes. 103 (Shawl. C to 1 ar.3 : t
1. second. HttftzlWichtll. 116 rvValsh , 10
to 1 and 4 to L third Time: 1:171.6 AW
j WtifT'ion, Olea Templar. Excelsis. KInai 1
Jecuinaj. ;uit5 luiiciieii niurj uuu, iw-
land Prince and The Chamberlain t!sn -an
Second rate, fye turlongs: Helen O'C 1 9
Mltchelli. K io fi, won; Orlenta, 1tt fBurr''
7 to 1 and & to ". second. Lone Flshermar
11S AValrtii.- l-n to 1, third. Time 1 ft" 1 u
Automaton. Donna Henrietta. Hand Vte
Yllasqurz. Tower. Infallible, Isaac Hopr
and "arnellar also ran.
Third race, milt and a sixteenth Tr'Ko
V illenrv 7 to 1 won, Mlse Hancver fl
fMlchaelsi. : to 1 and 1 to 2, second Lr-e-wood.
W iBrernaci. 30 to third Time
l:f-j. Itadford and Wwt Baden also ran
Tounh rac?, mile and seventy yars
T"irt Whin, vf, CHenrvi. 13 to C. won Mc-
Meekin. VJZ .Mitchell. 7 to 10 and out, (
In the strict sense of the term the court
finds that tbe Central Grain and Stock Ex
change Is not a bucket shop, the records
brought Into court showing that grain, al
though In small amounts, had actually been
received and delivered
Vndcr the decision tbe board must fur
nish its quotation to any Interest asking
for tbem, assuming that they are to be
Jegally used. The board, the court holds.
1e not a proper Judge of the legality of the
use, that being a matter for the considera
tion of the criminal court. Should the
court find a concern receiving the board
quotations '.o be a bucket shop, the board
may then, under the Illinois statutes, with
hold tbe quotations.
Movement of Oreim Veel Vor. S,
New York Arrled. La Tourajne, from
Genoa Arrived. Aller. from New York,
Liverpool Arrived: Lancastrian, from
Glasgow Arrived: CallforrJan, from Nx
London Arrived: Minneapolis, from New
Arrived Kaiser WUhelm
der Grosse frum New YirV. via Cherbourg,
lor Bremen. I
Gibraltar-Arrived "Werra fr. tn Ntv
York for Naples ard Gnaa a-jd prvecird .
Hong Kong Sal - 1 M nniouthihlre, for 1
Yokohama and Pnrllar. i
second. The Golden PHre, fci (Sin fci
At Washington ha, Inot ore than , per- l , J
sons were present when C O. Lobeck called ' Fifth race, five and a ha'f furlongs, eell
the meeting to order and briefly introduced 1 ing The Puritan. US rryilllamKt. f. ts 1
Harrr O'Neill as chairman. Victor Wll- ! ?n: QoJr,S?bhL c&dA.-l, 1 aiil
. i i , m-tutiu , . . l ... ... -
t., third. 'nme: 5 'w. Animosny. v j.t-u
Carnival, About. Tmario, Lady Paddcn
and Torkh!re also ran
Udges in tbeKrowd which greeted Mr. JincPin theame language what Mr
Bryan and there were fewer cheers there j nttiiP-, as senator, stated In the United
than at most places. j States senate a year ago.
At Mtndrn Mr. Bryan spoke only fifteen Dern Interest In the LerUlatnre.
blnules. and after declaring that the full ' Mr. Bryan made brief speeches at tbe
dinner pall argument of tbe republicans I towns of Aurora, York and Seward, ad
bad been abandoned, he addressed himself dressing large and enthusiastic audiences
to tbe farmers, of whom his audience was i tt each of these places. His remarks at
largely composed, declaring that the re- ach place were a summary of his previous
publican party had no policy calculated to
nchrt the agricultural interest
At Holdrege Mr Eryan devoted his at
tention especially to trusts, but gave more
cr leas consideration to the subject of an
Income tax. He railed attention to the fact
that Abraham Lincoln had signed an in-
To breathe It five minutes
Kills a Cough or Cold.
To breathe It four times dally
Cures Catarrh and Bron
chitis. To breathu It every hour
If it fatli to cure, y.'ur moniy is refunded
Five days' treatment and medical advlsJ
Bold by all druggist or ient by mall.
Outfit Complete, 1.00. Trial Outfit Sic
TUU IU T. BOOTU CO., Ithaca. . Y.
rpeeehes and he touched upon all the prln
cipal questions of the campaign. He also
took occasion at each place to urge the
Importance of electing the whole demo
cratic ticket and of aendlEg a fusionlst to
the senate in place of Senator Thurston.
At Aurora he explained tbat he had
spent a great deal of his time during the
campaign outside of the state because he
thought hiB own Interests would be looked
after at home and his own attention was
more earnestly needed elsewhere. He said
In his Aurora speech that there were mort
than 100 trusts In operation In the United
States and tbat they eater Into every
household and exact tribute from every
family. Referring to Nebraska's position
In former elections, be said that the state
had been a pioneer in the matter of re
form and he hopud to see it cast Its vote
on the side of the United States and
against European ideas at the coming elec
tion. At York Mr. Bryaa referred to the cir
cular Issued by Mr. Charles R. Flint, ad
vising democrats to vote tbe republican
! ticket this ;ear .and said. "I am glad
that Mr Tllnt has taken that position,
for I don't want him pr any other trust
magnate coming to the White House If
I am elected and telling me what to do."
on, Stephano Franco, a native Filipino, and
H. B. Fleharty of Dawson county occupied
the time until the arrival of Bryan.
As Mr. Bryan entered be was gTeeted with
an ovatJcn from tbe people who crowded the
room. His voice was stralaed aad cracked,
as he began to speak.
Tbe speaker appealed for the electloa of
tbe congressional, state aad legislative
stith race, mile and M-venty yards
Water Cure, ll iLlttlefieldi E to 1 wo'
Rorhevter. M iPlacki. 40 lo 1 and 10 I' 1
second King Bramble 111 rtlurnsi ti to
6. third. Time 147 Kamara, Philippia'!.
Iroquois Belle and P-andy also ran
EHT EEB GNIDLIUB
Eleven years ago the best office building In Omaha
was built. It 1 still the best office bundling In Omaha
today. Why? In the first place it was built to last ten
lifetimes not fcr a year or a decade. It has been kept
In constant repair and has never been allowed logo
Many of the tenants who moved In eleven years ago
are still occupants. They have been properly and
courteously taken care of. There is no better place to
go so the reason
easy to discover. Why not move now into an office
where you will feel satisfied as long as you are In busi
ness? Wnen you move, move right. The place for
THE BEE BUILDING
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tickets and Immediately started for Boyd's j lnp contests "ever witnessed between race
theater, where the house was filled from pit horses occurred In the fourth event at
,o gallery. Mr Bryaa spoke at first oa the I-Hkesl e this &n
Issue of imperialism, saying that a vote for 'rT niw clo-ely Lurched that it was
the renuhllcan narty would be a vote to hunt tn tell which was first and which was
nullify the American constitution. Taking , last Knight Banneret was given the t Jrse j.n, . .a. T
up the trust question, he repeated hi. re- & Cnj. -Mo .aytauUgt ( ActftfeaSailtfy andfivmpty.
Don't think you have drank the ne plus
ultra of wines until you have tried Cook's
Imperial Extra Dry Champagne-
The Bee will have a stereoptlcon bulle
tin Tuesday night fcr the benefit of its
renders. Watch it for election returns.
mart made at previous meetings In the r.r, trnrv ft. Hesults'
evening, as he did in reference to tbe stand- 1 rirst race five furlonrs- Joe Collins lit"
, ,ZV, I fKansomt. 40 to 1. won' Lord I.isn 1(6 De-
lng army. xu. S to !. second. If You Dare no (Tull
At the Crelghton a larger crowd, if pot- s ,0 t third. Time- l.flSS-r. Mr. Pomerov i
sible. thaa at Boyd's greeted Mr. Bryan Quarterback. Tbo lght. Give AU, Jack
as he stepped to the front of the stage. ' Ale' ar0rFe aad Krewer
Tbe last rpeech of the evening was de- Second race, six and one-half furlongs-
llvered at tbe baiaar of the Home of the Deponent, K'6 (V. M'Dermotti. S to 1 won ,
Good Shepherd at Schllu' roof garden DmarUA. tftfA
wnere ue rrcmru u uwirum .uu uu. Time : 1 :!J 3-B. Okema jonn urjgrny. l'aisy
enthusiastic reception. He was presented o. Woodstock and Village Irld also ran
with a bosuet from the hands of Miss Third race five and onehalf furlongs:
Ophelia Hayden. The rptaKer was intro- cxevtn? ! tt I second- Alpaca, !ij
duced bv Father John Jennette. who naid iRnnuimi. '? to 1. third. Time: 1-T-S. I
tribute to the dlstlngulihed Nebraskan. It . Genride. herry. Head. Albert Lee. Alleen
was several minutes before the speaker
could obtain a bearing. He said that this
would be his valedictory address and urged
upon the women the Importance of the In
terests at stake.
Tbe speaker closed with ta appeal to
the voters to vote their coavictlont aad
as tbe crowd of men. womea and children l ,jt.vini 10 to 1. third Time: liS4-t Red
gathered around him to shake his band the
campaign of 1PO0 ended.
The Bee will have a stereoptlcon bulle
tin Tuesday night for tbe benefit of Its
readers. Watch it for electloa returas.
t.tt'tle Jack Horner also ran
Fourth race, one and one-elrhth miles. '
pulling: Knight Barm-ret V! fTu'lj-.. 11 to;
10. -won- Vrince Blares, 101 Bradtord. s ta
1 second; Moroni. 10T iA- Weber V, to 1. I
third Time: I:. Dirangesi ami ecanei
Lily also ran. . ....
Fifth race, rix furlongs: P.obert WaddeU
107 (Alxander T lo 10. won. Popart. Ill
i?arv&eg. 10 to 1 necono; i anevwoou; iin
?lirnal. Natural Gas. P.oyal Victor and St
Pedna also ran.
Sixth race, tmc mile Obsidian. HI (Hf,
Pennon . 7 to 1. wen. Irish Jewel. 1O0 i Han
som i S to E. second: 7.acatosa, 103 (Tully'
IS to 1. third. Time- 1 51-u. Dandy H
Dutv. Brown Vail, Hub Prather and Ver
netta also ran.
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Explosion at tVliirheatrr Arms Plant.
NEW HAVEN. Conn . Nov. L An ex
plosion took place today In the dyhouse
connected w'th the worlts of the Winchester
Repeating Arms company The walla or
tbe building were blown out and the
windows In the adjacent buildings were
shattered. No one waa In the building at
the Umc The loss Is nominal.
Ilnutins;ton May Itealaro.
NEW YORK. Nov. C Rumors were re
vived tcday that H. E. Huntington con
templates resigning Irom the vice prcsl
dency cf the Southern Pacific compaay, the
cause being stated that he was dissatisfied
with the election of the new president.
Charles M. Hayes Chairman Tweed char-
nerireA the rumor us absurd and de
clared tbat no member of the board had hih
more heartily approved Mr Hayes' elec- i iOPr Drnm In Cbrckrr Mnteb
tlon than Mr. Huntington BOSTON. Nov. 6. The play in the checker
DeudTrood llefenta Lead.
DEADWOOD S. D-. Nov. C (Special.- !
An estreme!v interesting rame 01 root cm
was played tn this city Saturday hetwien
Oevens from the Hlyh sthools of Lead
and Dead wood. The game jt suited In a
score of 10 to lr. favcr f Doadwcrxj Twr
nore games e'll te playJ by these te.r'?
the champion to t-lav i rfroe with the
ileven from the School of Mines .it Rh -1
ftv for the chamj'lonshii of the B1a'k
chamnlonshlp resulted, as usual. In two
Million of Australian Golil. draws and still the match between Jordan
NEW YORK. Nc 13. & W. Pellcman ' of Edinburgh and uarner oi tins city is a
Co announce today that their San Tran- I standoff, with two mes won each and J
Cisco correspondent, the At glo-Callfornla i thirty-four drawn The experts meet to
bank, has about S.KiO.OiW gold on the way morrow for the last two games Jd there Is i
trrnn AiiKtnUa. It la due at San rranclaco little Indication that either will get the
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