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THE OMAHA DALLY BEE: TJIVHSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900.
congress is One-sided
Bejmblicaiis HaTe Majority Over All of
EVEN LARGER CLAWS MADE AS TO SIZE
Chairman Itlrhnrdaon of the Drmo
crutlc CommlMrc Cotivrdm Or
ient, lull Hrlnaea to
(io Into l'lunrm.
CHICAGO, Nov. 7.AI 10 o'clock tonight
Coogresttnan Joseph V. Uabcock, chairman
of thp republican congicsBional committee,
lciuod tho follow Ins statement:
The democrats have eiccicd folld con
Krrsslonnl dcleRatlona In the following
rtaten, viz.: AlnLawai Arkansas; Colorado;
Florida; OcorRla; Louisiana; Mississippi;
Montana; Nevada; South Carolina; Tcxaa
and VlrRlna, aggregates seventy-five tnctn
born. The republicans have elected solid con
cessional delegations In the following
states, viz: California; Connetlcut; Dela
ware; Iowa; Maine; Mar j land; Michigan;
Minnesota; New Hampshire. North Dakota;
Oregon; Rhoe Island; Eojih Dakota; t't&h;
Vermont; Washington; West Virginia;
Wisconsin and Wyoming; aggregating nine
Tho republicans have elected twelve mem
bers In Illinois, the democrats ten; Lo'rlmer
and Ilodenbcrg, republicans, having been de
fcated. In Indiana we elect nine and the
democrats four, the representation remain
ing tho same as now. in Kentucky the re
publicans elect two, In the Fifth and Elev
enth districts, and the democrats six, with
the Third, Ninth and Tenth In doubt, Mass
uchusetts, republicans, ten; democrats,
three (no change). MUsourl, republicans
two, democrats twelve, with Fourteenth
district In doubt. Nebraska, republicans
two, democrats one, with the Third, Fourth
nd Fifth districts In doubt. New Jersey,
republicans six, democratH two, same as
now. New York, republicans twenty-two,
democrats twelve. We gain the First, Third,
Fourth, Fourteenth, Sixteenth and Twcn
tleth districts In New York. North Carolina,
republicans two, In the Eighth and Ninth
districts, democrats seven. Ohio, republic
ans seventeen, democrats four. Wo gain
the Third, the Dayton district, by 200, and
the Twelfth, Columbus, the district of Con
gressman Lentz, by 14. Pennsylvania, re
publicans twenty-six, democrats three, with
the Twenty-eighth district In doubt. We
gain the Third. Twelfth, Thirteenth. Nine
teenth, Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh
districts In Pennsylvania. Tennessee, re-
publlcanH two, democrats eight, same as
bow. Tctal republicans, 2v2; democrats, H7;
The present congress as elected contains
IS.' republicans; opposition, 172.
Congressman Wlllinm Lorlmer of the
Second district conceded his defeat this
morning. The majority against him may
reach 1,500. The republicans claim tho offl-
lal count will be uecessary to decide tho
result In Congressman Doutell's district.
Nothing on which to base definite state
ments has been received from tho Fifteenth
nnd Twentieth districts and the county
chairmen of those districts havo been
wired to hasten returns.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7. Representative
Loudenslagcr, who is in charge of tho
eastern headquarters of the republican con
CXCBslonnl committee, said tonight that his
returns and the press dispatches Indicated
that tho republicans) would havo 203 mem
bers In the next house of representatives
ag&lcst 154 for the opposition.
At the headquarters of the democratic
congressional committee Mr, Kerr, tbo sec
retary, denied the claims mado by the re
publicans to a majority of from forty to
fifty In tho next house. Ha says that the
Information he has received makes It cer
tain that the democrats will have at least
ICS mcmberB, with tho prcspect of one or
two more seats, which are Btlll in doubt,
leaving the republicans a majority on the
face of present advices of only 2..
Chairman Hlchardson refused to give out
any statement on the general result, merely
Haying he did not wish to talk at this
OKLAHOMA Secretary Ilensh of the re
publican territorial commttteo roudo the
following statement tonight:
"Dennis Flynn Is re-elected delegate to
congresH by 5,600 majority. We have elected
a majority in both branches of tho legis
lature. The two houses stand as follows-.
Lower liouuc, 17 republicans, 0 democrats;
council, 7 republicans, 6 democrats.
CALIFORNIA Second district: Woods,
COLOKADU The lusionists win nave a
lurge majority on Joint ballot In the legis
lature. According to the returns received
up to 12:20 p. in., the fuslonists will have
twenty members of the senate nnd the re
publicans flvo and of the sixty-five mombers
of the house sixteen were conceded to the
Delaware The returns received this
afternoon definitely determined the
political division of the next Dela
ware legislature. It is republican In
each branch and will probably
elect two Unite 1 States senators of that
party. In the twelfth representative dis
trict tho vote for representative was a tlo
between Rayard HeUel (dem.) and Theo
doro F. Clark (rep.). Tho house will re
solve the tie In favor of the republican
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
Jresents in the mast acceptMblefam
the Jsuratire principles of plants
Attorn to act most benettciulfy:
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
BUY THE GENUINE MANFb. BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCQ
SAN fRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILlt , KY NCW YORKftX
tir jjU by IrvftiiTt -prkt SO prr ivfrU.
Counting the Newcastle tie In favor of the
republicans the next legislature will stand
House, 15 democrats ind 20 republicans;
senate, 9 republicans and S democrats,
joint ballot, 23 democrats and 29 repub
licans. This will Insure the republicans
the United States senators If the two fac
tions can agree upon candidates.
GEORGIA Every democratic congress
man is elected.
IDAHO The republican state committee
claims forty members of the legislature, a
majority of ten on Joint ballot, bat there
Is much uncertainty yet on this point.
ILLINOIS The returns from the con
gressional districts up to a late hour Indi
cated the election of twelve republicans
and ten democrats, but of the latter the re
publicans this morning Insisted that the
outcom? in the Second and Sixth district.1)
was ftlll doubtful, "I believe," said State
Chairman Rowc, "that a complete and
careful count will show that Lorlmer In the
Sixth and Doutelle In the Second have been
Complete returns In the Sixth congres
sional d. strict re-elect Henry S, Routcll by
a plurality of 59?. Out of the seven con
gressmen In Chicago the democrats have
elected four Feely In the Second, Foster In
the Third, Mc Andrews In the Fourth and
Mahoney In the Fltth. The republicans have
elected Mann in the l'lret, Routcll In the
Sixth and Foss In the Seventh.
INDIANA Enough Is known of tho result
In the congressional districts to warrant
the conclusion that the republicans havo
elected nine of the thirteen congressmen,
with a fighting chance for two more. The
result Is; Republicans First district,
James A. Hcmenway, lloonevlllc; Fifth, E.
S, Hollldiy, Ilrnzll; Sixth, James E. Wat
son, Ruehvlllc; Seventh, Jcsso Overstreet,
Indianapolis; Eighth, O. W. Cromer, Mun
cle; Ninth, C. D. Landls, Delphi; Tenth.
Edcar Crumpacker. Valparaiso; Eleventh,
George W. Steele, Marlon; Thirteenth, A.
L. Urick, South Bend. Democrats elected'
Second district, Robert W. Mlcrs, Bloom
Ington, Third. W. T. Zenor, Corydon;
Fourth, Francis M. Griffith. District lu
KANSAS Fourth district. James M.
Miller (rep.), re-elected; Sixth district,
William A. Renlcr (rep.), re-elected; Sev
enth district, Chester I, Long (rep.), re
elected. KENTUCKY Fourth district. D. H.
Smith (dem.), elected; Fifth district, II. S.
Irwin (rep.), eleoted; Sixth district. D.
Linn Goocn (dem.), elected; Eleventh dis
trict, Vincent Borclng (rep.), elected; Ninth
.district, Samuel Johnson Pugh (rep.),
elected; Eighth district, O. O. Gilbert (dem).
elected; Tenth district, J. B. White (dem.),
MISSOURI Tenth: Richard Bartholdt.
republican, elected; Eleventh. Charles F.
Joy, republican, elected; Twelfth, James
Butler "democrat, elected,
MONTANA Caldwell Edwards (pop.),
who ran for congressman on the fusion
ticket, Is undoubtedly elected.
NE WJERSEY Yesterday's election will
not change the complexion of the New Jcr
sey congressional delegation. It will stand
as before, six republicans and two democrats
NEW MEXICO Indications are B. S.
Rodey (rep.) is elected delegate to con
gross. Santa Fe county gave uodey 200
majority; Bernalillo county, 1.200; Otero
county, 15S. The legislature Is republican.
NORTH CAROLINA The republicans
have carried by good majorities two of the
nine congressional districts In this state
and a third one is very close, but believed
to be democratic Blackburn (rep.) is clec
ted In the Eighth and Moody (rep.) In the
Ninth districts. In the Fifth, Kitchen
(dem.) Is re-elected by a small majority,
Bryan's majority In the state will be be
tween 25,000 and 30,000.
OHIO Complete unofficial returns give
Lentz (dem.) 11 over TompklnB (rep.) in
the Twelfth congressional district. Owing
to the close vote the official count will be
Twentieth District Jacob A. Beldler
More complete returns leave only the
Third and Twelfth congressional districts
as doubtful In Ohio. In tbo nineteen un.
disputed districts the democrats and repub
llcans have carried the same districts as
in the lust congress, sixteen to three. The
Third and Twelfth districts were then
democratic. At noon today tho state demo
cratlc chairman bad nothing to say. Re
publican Chairman Dick said: "The
returns at noon today from seventy of the
eighty counties of Ohio show the plurality
of McKinley will approximate 80.000. We
have elected Nevin In tho Third, Tompkins
in the Twelfth and Beldler in the Twentieth
district. Insuring seventeen republican
members of congress out of 21."
Latest returns from the Third congres
slonal district Indicate the election of R.
M. Kevin (rep.) by 119 votes.
OKLAHOMA TERRITORY Territorial
election returns are coming In slowly, but
enough Is known to show that Dennis T
Flynn, republican, Is re-elected delegate to
congress over Robert A. Neff by a majority
of not less than 3,000. The republicans
claim six members of the council and th
election of E. Duffy, antl-fuslon populist i
the Fifth district, who is expected to vote
with the republicans. This would give the
republicans a minimum majority. The
lower house Is claimed by the republicans
MISSISSIPPI The next delegation to con
gress from this state will be wholly demo
cratic. The state Is conceded to Bryan by
PENNSYLVANIA Pennsylvania's next
delegation In the house of representatives
will stand; Republicans, 26; democrats, 4;
a republican gain of six. The four demo
crats elected are' Eighth, Howard Mutcn
ler; Ninth, Henry D. Green; Seventeenth,
Rufus K. Tolk; Twenty-eighth. J. K. H.
Hall. The last three were re-elected. Among
the democrats to go down to defat Is Con
gressman Wllltcm McAleer, In the Third
district of Philadelphia. Henry Burk, re
publican, a morocco manufacturer, who de
feated him, bad 1,260 majority. McAleer
claims that the election was a farce and
that the mayor of Philadelphia sent 15,000
police Into the district to Intimidate voters.
Republican State Chairman Reedcr claims
that Quay will have 151 votes on joint bal
lot In the next legislature for re-election
to tho United States senate. There are
254 votes on joint ballot and 128 are neces
sary to elect. The state senate may be a
tie on the question of Quay and anti-Quay.
Returns from tho senatorial and legisla
tive districts of Pennsylvania Indicate that
M. S. Quay will havo not less than 145 votes
an Joint ballot for United States senator,
seventeen more than the necessary number
to elect. Of the 204 members of the bouse
the democrats have elected less than fifty,
as agalnat soventy-one straight-out demo
crats two years ago. The anti-Quay re
publicans will probably not muster over
fifty votes of the 256 on Joint ballot.
Pennsylvania's delegation In the next con
gress, according to the latest returns, will
stand republicans twenty-six, democrats
four, a republican gain of six. In the twen
ty-eight district Congressman J. K. P. Hall,
democrat, la re-elected by an apparent Plu
rality of S3, but friends of A. A. Clearwater,
republican, claim a victory for hlra and the
official count will be required to decide who
SOUTH CAROLINA Every democratic
congressman was elected.
TENNESSEE The democrats have elec
ted eight and the republicans two congress
men. The legislature will be largely demo
cratic. inconipJeto returns Indicate the
election of Hon. J. A. Moore (dem.) to con
gress from the Third district, by a small
WEST VIRGINIA Third district, Holt
Gaines (dem.), elected.
llam Jennings Bryan remained In his study
during the day, rising late this morning
and retiring early tonight, ell said this
evening that he had no statement of any
kind to make Mr Bryan received hun
dreds of telegrams during the day and
evening from personal and political friends,
but their nature was not disclosed.
It Is Mr Bryan's Intention to remain In
incoln at least until he Is thoroughly
rested. To newspaper correspondents he
asked to be excused from outlining his
MORTON AND HIS NEW PARTY
Same f Arlior I.oiIkc Snn(iet the
I'liriil to IMur from Aftlir of
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Nov. 7. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Hen, J. Sterling Morton
was Interviewed tonight upon the subject
of the reorganization cf the democratic
party along new lines. Mr. Morton isaltli
if tht iltiucrfttli. party ever acquires
the confidence of the American people
bgaln it must be after Its renunciation of
all the many fallacies which the populist
Colonel Bryan, advocates. After su ii con-
fete I on of Its heresies It must also hold
Itself a respecter and willing servant of
ho law as administered and Interpreted
by tbo constitutionally established courts
f the L'nlud S.ntcs. Any party which ad
vocates dishonest money must cither die
or accede to power after recantation of
Its errors and a long probation in attempt
Inf to maintain the honor nnd Integrity of
he national faith and credit. Perhaps,
since the debauchery of democracy by Colo
nel Bryan has been so flagrant, a new
party, made up of the best Intelligence and
patriotism of the people, might do more
good for the republic than one carrying a
name which ainco 1896 has meant only
dishonesty, repudiation nnd antagonism to
the constitutional administration of the
awn. No party preaching fallacies In
finance, denouncing the writ of Injunction
and advocating the Initiative and referen
dum ought to succeed In a representative
government like this."
PROMISES WELL FOR PARISH
With SI rreclneta to Hear from Ite-
pnbllcnn 1 In the Lead for
The returns on the office of county at
torney Indicate that John Parish, repub
Hcan, Is elected by a small majority. With
six precincts missing In ninety-nine, four
of them In South Omaha, Mr. Parish has a
lead of 2S2 and the party managers con
sider tho probability small that Shields
will be able to overcome this advantage In
the precincts still to be heard from. The
summary of the voto on county attorney is
First ward 691
second ward l.CS-
Thlrd ward Mil
Fourth ward 1,31
Fifth ward UK!
Sixth ward 1.4C5
Seventh ward t3j
Eighth ward 1,14.
Ninth ward 907
South Omaha 1.20S
Five precincts missing out of 99.
NO CONCESSIONS TO G. A. R.
V'nvllllna;nraa of Iluada to Olvp Dr.
aired Itnte May Loir Kuenmp
merit for DrriTrr.
CHICAGO. Nov. 7. The Record tomorrow
Present conditions Indira to thnt th mrm
hers of the Grand Army of the Republic
will not hold their next annual reunion In
Denver, the place selected at the Chicago
encampment for the 1901 meeting. Un
satisfactory rate arrangements with th
western rntiroutiH are expected to turn tho
veteran? from the Colorado capital to some
city, probably Cleveland, In the eastern
The matter of nrranirlnir rate ufrnlra fnr
uie next garnering or tne veterans, which
Is scheduled for August, alreudy has been
taken un In Its nrfllmtn.it v ntnL-.- i.v tiw.
western road.. The old soldiers bellevn th-j
success of the Denver encampment would
depend very largely upon the rates granted
ny ino lines operating in western territory.
They think nothing higher than ii flat 1
teni a mno rate couiu no cerlously con
Tne railroads heretofore always have atl.
hered to a rate of one fare plus 12 for the
round trip for big meetlnja nnd at this
time they ghnw no disposition to break
away irom tneir policy.
BrliiKK Million in Gold.
NEW YORK. Nov. 7.-The steamer
Kazerin Maria Theresa, from Bremen, via
Southampton and Cherbourg, which ar
rived tonight, has on board the sum o
,7ii.sw in goia, wnicn was tnKen on
uoaru at soumampton.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Tlinratlnr and Frlriny Are Mkrlr to
lie Fair with Northerly to
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. Forecast for
Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska and Kansas Fair Thursday
Friday fair; warmer In eastern portion
northerly to easterly winds.
For Illinois Fair Thursday and Friday
coooler Thursday in extreme southern por
tton; fresh northerly winds.
For Arkansas Fair Thursday; cooler In
northern portion; Friday fair; northerly
For Iowa Fair Thursday and Friday
warmer Friday; fresh northerly windB
For Missouri Fulr Thursday and Friday
warmer Friday In northern portion; north
i'or soutn uaKoia rair ana warmer
Thursday; Friday fair nnd warmer In east
em portion; variable winds becoming south
For Colorado and Wyoming Fair Thurs
day and Friday; variable winds
For Montana Fair Thursday and warmer
in extreme eastern portion; Friday fair
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA. Nov. 7. Official record of tern-
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
1930. 1SJ9. 189S. 189:
Maximum temperature .. 4S 68 no 45
Minimum temperature . . 40 44 ZS 40
Precipitation 00 T .00 ,01
Record of temperature and precipitation
at umana tor tnis nay ana Bincc March 1
Total excess lnce March 1 886
Normal precipitation w Inch
Deficiency for the day (A Inch
Total rainfall since March 1.. 29, (3 Inches
Excess since March 1 1.63 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 1899.. 5.17 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, lt9s. . 3.80 Inches
lleport from Station at 8 I. M.
BRYAN'S FUTURE IN DOUBT
tuiomsu Begin to Speculate m to What
ELall Ee Done with Him,
BURKETT'S MAJORITY IS GETTING BIGGER
rnbnhlllty That the FlrM lllntrlet
linn (ilvcn Ihe llrpuhl Ifim fnn
Ulilnti' it PluraiUy of
LINCOLN. Nov. 7. (Special.) People In
Lincoln have begun to speculate as to
whether W. J. Bryan will continue to par
ticipate actively In political analrs. Some
fuslonlstj Insist that It their party controls
the state Uglslatute, he should bo cleced
United atatcB senator, but there arc about
s many men of the same political faith
who assert unhesitatingly that ho should
keep out of the field for at least a few
eais. It has nlrcady been announced In
this city by the friends of the Omaha
fusion aspirant for senator that Mr. Bryan
some time ago gavo his word that ho would
not become a candidate.
"Ho has toen defeated twice and the only
square thing for him to do now Is to step
down nnd out," said a Dougias county demo
crat, who came down from Omaha this
morning. "Bryan is a young man nnd he
can afford to wait a few years. There are
other men In Nebraska who are more deserv
ing that Mr. Bryan nnd in fact they have
been assured by him that he will not In
terfere with their plans."
Auditor Cornell remarked that If the
legislature Is fusion Mr. Bryan and Sena
tor Allen should be elected senators. He
said, however, that Mr. Hitchcock would
oppose the election of the former nndihat
e had done more In the campaign than
any other man to injure tho fusion ticket
From the returns received from ninety
per cent of the precincts In the First con
grcsB.onal district It Is estimated that Con
gressman Burkctt's plurality will be be
tween 2.S00 and 2,900, which will be a gain
of nearly 400 votes over his plurality of
two years ago. Chilrman T. H. Munger
estimates that he will lead George W.
Berge. tho fusion nominee, by 2,885 votes.
For all missing precincts he has given the
fuslonists the benefit of the doubt and he
thinks that the official figures may raise
the plurality to 2,900 or over. Of the seven
counties In the district Congressman Bur
kctt received a plurality In all except
The reports received at congressional
headquarters do not contnln the voto for
electors or state candidates, but It Is be
lieved that Ccngtc3eman Burkctt ran a little
ahead of the balance of the ticket. Even
In republican ranks tho voto cast for Mr.
Burkctt Is a great aurprlfe. The First dis
trict Is normally republican, but majorities
have never been so large as at this elec
tion. W. J. Bryan carried tho district in
1892 by the narrow margin of 140 votes
and republican majorities since then have
averaged less than 1,500. Mr. Burkctt
received a plurality of 2,400 votes two years
ago, which at that time, was considered
remarkably large. Chairman Munger es
timates the pluralities In tho various
counties on congressman as follows:
Nemeha - ...
Following Is the vote of the city for presi
dential and gubernatorial candidates:
Br; an la Iacomntnnlrado.
LINCOLN, Nov. 7. With the exception
of b short drive ta tho early evening Wll-
STATIONS AND BTATI
North Piatt dear ..
Salt Lake, cloudy ...
Rapid City, cloudy ....
St. Louis, cloudy
St. Paul, part cloudy
Davenport, cloudy ...
Kansas City, clear ...
42 48 .00
4C K .1)0
M 61 .00
62 64 .00
H6 4t! .00
24 36 .00
2fi 34 .00
36 44! .02
52 64 . 00
32 S .00
45 E4 T
4S EC .00
40 62 .00
26 34 , 00
7ft 78 .00
T Indicates truce of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecast Official.
C O "Z
1 ' " 0. re S
' p ST s
WARD. T I
i ? list
I i ; I i ;
231. 190P 2.T 187
173 140 I HSl 131
19o 1541 1 1821 117
Totals '4456i2SS0' 4227,:9
FINDS TROUBLE AT HIS HOME
lltumett Cnrroll tloe Alter Man Al
lcKril lo lime Axmul tnl
M'COOK, Neb., Nov. 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Joseph S McBrnyer. a liveryman
of this tity, was shot and severely Injured
this nfternoon by Emmctt Carroll, a young
man whose wife claims that McBrayer had
assaulted her. I'p to this hour tho assail
ant has not been apprehended.
Carroll shot McBrnyer In the head, the
bullet lodging just under tho skull, but It
has not yet beea extracted by the surgeons,
who ar endeavoring to do bo tonlcht. Car
roll has bcrn away and returning home
yesterday, Immediately purchased a re
volver for the deed he performed this nfternoon.
oitnnti cotto. mills stahtud.
President HooUer of Krnrnry Concern
ienda Tolruritni of Conicrntutntloti.
KKARNEV. Neb., Nov. 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Charles N. Brown, treasurer of the
Kearney Cotton mills, received the follow,
lng telegram this afternoon from James J.
Hooker of Cincinnati, O., who Is president
of the cotton mills:
"Congratulations on Nebraska's verdict
for McKinley. Start the wheels of the
Kearney Cotton mills moving as soon as
(noil .MurlmKr Itrronl.
COLUMBUS. Nob., Nov. 7. (Special.)
Tho natural excitement Incident to the
campaign during October did not. It would
seem, deter tho farmers from lowering the
mortgage Indebtedness, Tho farm mort
gages released during the month were over
$7,000 in excess of the amount filed. Fol
lowing Is the lineup: Nineteen farm mort
gages filed, worth 123,251.47. same released,
thirty-four, aggregating I30.7C0.95; seven
teen city mortgages were filed. $15,390, and
ten released, $4,700. The chattel record
shows elghty-two filed, $27,251.19, and forty
three released, $25,004.82. There were no
deeds In foreclosure during the month.
Supreme Conrt Cnnvrnea.
LINCOLN, Nov. 7. (Special Telegram.)
The supremo court met today, one day
later thon usual on account of the election.
The easo of the state ex rel. Gordon against
Moores, from Douglas county, was submit
ted this afternoon.
Tho Nebraska branch of the Woman's
auxiliary of the Episcopal board of mis
sions met in quarterly session today.
About 100 persons attended. Including a
delegation of twenty from Omaha. Bishops
Williams of Nebraska and Brooke of Ok
lahoma were nmong tho visitors.
SOLD TO ENGLISH SYNDICATE
Portland Mine at Cripple Creek
Cuanicea Hnmla for Consideration
DENVER, Colo.. Nov. ".The Times says
that the Portland mine at Cripple Creek
has been sold to an English syndicate.,
Including the Exploration company, the
Venturo company and Werner, Belt & Co.
The price Is given as $15,000,000. A new
company will b organized to take over
the property and its stock will bo floated
Foot Hall Itranlta In llrlrf.
WEST POINT. N. V , Nov. 7.-Wcst
Point 23. Rutgers 0.
WASHINGTON, Nov "-Georgetown uni
versity 23, Gettysburg college, Pa., 5.
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toon replaced by plainness and lankness? It is because the young girl just
entering into womanhood does not know how to
take care of herself and has no one competent to
instruct her. It is not necessary that there should
be anything weakening or wearying about the ob
ligations of a female organism. Parents of young
girls should inform themselves and prevent their
dear ones from making costly errors.
That young woman has a just cause of com
plaint, who is permitted to believe that great
periodic suffering is to be expected, that severe
mysterious pains and aches are part of her
natural experience as a woman. These things
are making constant war on her health, her dis
position and her beauty. It is a wanton sacri
fice, absolutely unnecessary and eruel. It is
more it is criminal.
for the Blood and Nerves
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is the right medicine for every young girl who
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I took Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and ntrv remedy,
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Mrs. William Babtels, 239 East 17th St,
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