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I H VI AHA AV hSL. 3 pages, to 12. V ' jL A J. JL.JL JLJL JL. r X V J 1 1 , i k I J 1 1 V . W&'WWWWH&'W'i'ij' ESTABLISHED JUXE 10, 1871. OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 28, 1900-TWENTY-rOTJIt PAGES. SINGLE COPY EI YE CENTS. RUTHLESS AS CAESAR IngUah Adyice to Lord Eoberta in Dealing With the. Boon. EXTERMINATION OF BURGHERS ADVISED lord Boseberr Defines True Imperialism as Applied to England. EX-PREMIER MAY BE THE LIBERAL LEADER Church Matters Now Occupying Space in English and Scottish Circle. 'INDECENCY OF THE STAGE DENOUNCED ramnn llou.r In Which IHckenn .Wrote On of Ills Mont felehrntrd Stories Destroyed to fllve Plnce to Modern .Structure. LONDON, Oct. 27. With the exception of .ho unexpected activity of the Boers and the reappearance before tho public of a states man supposed to be politically dead, nothing has occurred this week In London capablo of dlnlnrLlne tho enthusiasm over tho home coming of tho Imperial volunteer. The mows of guerilla successes In South Africa has prompted some of tho more serious puu llcatlons to sound notc3 of ularni. Tho Saturday Review begs Lord Roberts to "tako a lesson from olio who was a greater than he, namely. Cncsnr, and ruthlessly sup press tho rebellion." "Tho truest mercy In tho prcsont caso," says tho Globe, "is to be merciless." That fairly voices the averago opinions of tho government organs, while a few out-and-out radical organs scarcely conceal tholr satisfaction arising from their ability to say, "I told you so" In referenco to tho war being long drawn out and engender ing racial hatred that a century will not dissipate. An encounter as dramatic ns any that Warred tho battlenoldR of South Africa may shortly occur at Marseilles. The plan of Josoph Chamberlain, tho secretary of Btato for tho colonics, to go to Marseilles to moot Mrs. Chamborlaln, wilt more than probably bo effected Just about the time that Mr. Krugor Is arriving at tho saino port on tho Dutch cruiser Oeldorland. In French opinion the simultaneous arrival ct theso two lato rivals would afford op portunities for demonstrations not too pleasant for Mr. Chamberlain and which might cause International complications that would bo hard to settle peaceably. I.rd Itoscbery'a Reappearance. What Is freer from supposition and pcr fcaps more vitally concerns Great Britain, Is Lord Roscbery's reappearanco before iho public and his enunciation of a new definition of imperialism. Speaking on Fri day beforo a meeting of tho Christian So cial union.' this vorsntlle and brilliant flguro in British politics struck a flguro which meets with approval from all sec tions of tho liberals, oven, those who were most bitterly opposed to the former leador. "Imperialism," he declared, "depends on tho Integrity and heart of the emplro for Its .Virtue." Continuing, Lord llosebery said: "What Is an emplro unless It is pillared on an Im perial raco? Tho heart of tho empire Is Great Britain, nnd the heart of Great Britain Is London. You cannot afford to let the sourco and center of the emplro decay or bo poisoned, and this Is what you are doing If jrou allow this Imperial raco to bo vitiated and poisoned In tho dens of crime and hor ror In whtch too many of them are reared at this moment." Lord Roaobery'a subtlo turn In the vtrtuo fine, making Imperialism dopend upon In ernal reform, has opened a door to the mal contents and tho Star, which fought his Jordnhlp tooth and nail, today declares "this ia the true and only Imperialism for this emplro of Great Britain." H Heady to Accept Leadership. ' Sir Henry Campbell-Banncrman, who has been tho liberal leader In the House of Com mons up to tho present, Is said to be ready to accept Lord Rosebcry's leadership. Com bining this with Hosebcry's partial retire ment from tho turf, the expectation is rife that ho will return to tho arena of active politics and make the fight of his life against "tho mammoth majority" of the present government. It Is Interesting to note while speaking of tho noxt Parliament what a task con fronts the speaker of tho house of com mons beforo ho masters the personnel of the now bouse. It contains eight Wilsons, four nalfours, four Smiths, four Thomases, four O'Briens and four Murrays, to say nothing of a dozen trios of similarly named mombors and a perfect mazo of couples. Church matters aro attracting no little In terest. Tho resignation of tho bishop of Hxoter, tho 'Right llev. Edward Henry Blckerstoth, has given Lord Salisbury the chanco to add more to the long list of bishops of his creation, one which the Konsltltos (antl-rltuals) have improved by memorializing tho premier to appoint a low churchman who will protect tho Protestant Intorcst better than the former bishop. Aiunlgntuntliig Scotch Churches. Within a tow days nnul steps will be taken to amalgamate the two great Scotch churchcB, the Free church and the United Presbyterians, uudor the name of the United Free- church of Scotland, which will ac complish a greater breaking down of re ligious barriers and divisions than the cen tury haB wltncssod, ' The old qucsctlon of the morality of the ktago Is once more discussed by tho Eng lish bishops and clergy. This tlmo It Is the Rochester diocesan conference, where sev eral clergymen urged a swooping crusade against tho Immorality of English players and actors. Canon Jelf declared It was a terrlblo thing to see a Christian man tak ing tho part of a murderer and a Christian woman playing the rolo of a harlot, now so common In the London theaters. The bishops of Rochester and Southwark, however, persuaded a modification of the resolution, tho bishop of Rochester telling the clergy thoy would bo'aahamcd to utter nuch statements beforo one delicate, ro flned woman who was a friend of his In tho profession. It was then agreed that tho stago authorities, managers and ar tists meroly required tho watchful atten tion of the churchmen. That tho memory of Charles Dickens Is Hot guarded very Jealously la clearly shown by tho fact that a house In Tavistock square, wher the novelist lived nine years, entertained the celebrities of tho day and wrote "Bleak House" and other works, is how in courses of demolition and that In a very few days nothing will be loft of It. The removal of this landmark, visited by thousands of Americans, Is due to the Duke of Bedford's desire tp erect on the site fculldtngj whtch produce more revenue. ON ANGLO-GERMAN ALLIANCE Deep I'Vellna; of Disappointment Ex- IkIm Among the Tories Over the Agreement. (Copyright. 1P00, by Press Publishing Co uwuu. uct. 7. (New York World Ca blegram Special Teleeram.l Dnen dlsan polntmcnt and chagrin prevail In tho tory party over tho Anglo-Gorman agreement, In which Premier Salisbury, it Is hold, bar tered owny everything England could give in ioina ior a vain attempt to sccuro Ger man friendship. Diplomatically Gormany IS friendly. hUt an.lnnhnhln la an flr. . olirl universal, among tho Gorman pcoplo that -m-l-l .,liLi.h... .. . .. . uuit.ni niuininiiiy woum do utterly worm less If brought to tho tost of notion. Tho papers hero contlnunllv t.nhllnh inttnr from English residents and travelers in uermany giving evidences of the violent animosity thoy dally experience at tho nanus 01 IhO Germans. Tlronrlnn In.lmlo a lareo English rnl nnv Villi fA-Antl- n'Knn me proprietor ot a local paper proposed to publish a weekly supplement In English, the project nroused such hostility among, tho Dresdeners that he was compelled to nnanaon and npologiro for entertaining It. Sympathy with tho Boers Is the lmmcdlato cause of this enmity, but It Is really so Ingrained In both races that the idea of an anianco between them Is futile. MAY YET LEARN THE TRUTH Quarrel Between Itosslyn nnd Young Churchill Mkely to Tiring niftcloiuire. (Copyright, 1000, by Press Publishing Co.) I.unuurt. uct. 27.- Now Ynrlf Wnr .1 blegram Sneclal Tnln-rnm r.nr.i lyn in niB uoolc Insinuated th.it Wlnatnn Churchill escnned from Prt nrfn hv Innutnir mn corarnucs in the plot In the lurch. v-imrcuni nas tnus vented his fiery tempor In this scathlnc attack on ltnlvn. "r have been reading a book called 'Twice -apiuro(i, an extraordinary title, for It Is perfectly easy to bo captured. It would hotter have been called 'Twlco Bankrupt.' It Is Intolerable that Rosslyn, who hns fal len In the mud himself, should endeavor to veil his Ignominy by Bnlashlnir mud over oiner persons. Lord Rosslyn says: "I eierrlaeri n r RerVO I now regret In nhnrn. K.rl-,1,,,, Churchill's antlca In South Africa, but I snan taKo nn enrly opportunity of tolling ,tho wholo story. It Is true I am bankrupt, but I hnvo done nothing that Churchill Is emmea to cast a atone at mo for." WHY CHAMBERLAIN IS AWAY Ills Present Tour of the Medlter- ranean Ilaa a Double Ob ject In View. (Copyright. 1900, by Press Publishing Co.) LONDON. Oct. 27. (Now York Wn.M n. blegram Special Teleeram.l Col retary Chamberlain's object In making a Mediterranean tour la twnfnM. Tin rma a rest and desires to avoid attondlng tho lorn mayors inaugural banquet at Guild Hall, where he would havn n ntnv flddlo to Lord Salisbury. His personal re lations witn Salisbury and Balfour are somewhat strained, as ho has given tho urmer to cieariy understand that nv r arrangement of the cabinet 'which contln uta Balfour as leader of the House of Com mons will be hla-hW dlatf.atnf..f Leaving this ultimatum with the premier vnamDoriain acparted for Malta, whore tho innaoiiants, arter ninety years of alleg iance to the British crown, nr. .vtnlnnMn agitating for relief from military govern ment. An Interesting fact Is that Chamber lain's expenses in Birmingham, where he nau no contest, amounted to only $313. MARIE CORELLI IS AROUSED Ifp In Arm Asnlnat Pnttlna- Helen Fanclt' Ilu at Opposite to Shakespeare's. (Copyright, 1900. by Press Publishing Co.) LONDON. Oct. 27. (New Ynrlr Wn,M blegram Special Telecram.l Mario rvn.. relll is up in arms against tho project to piaco m mo cnurcn at Htratford-on-Avon, facing Shakespeare's bust in th .ni another of Helen FaucW. tho renowned American Shakespearean artist, who mar ried Sir Theodore Martin, Queen Vlctorla'o friend and biocranher. Martin ...n.. concession for tho bust from tho vicar for a 12.600 subscription toward paying off the 14,500 debt on the church. Marie Correlll now starts a fund to defray tho wholo debt to "prevent such a vandal act as that Helen Fouclt's features should confront thoBo of Shakespeare himself as his emmi in art i. a llttlo too much for tho patience of those tnousanas to wnom the poet Is everything and the artist a mere cipher in the Bum of tame." BLOWING IN BARNEY'S CASH Nephew of Harnato Vie with Ench Other In Ulvlnnr C'oatly Dinner Parties. (Copyright. 1900, by Press Publishing Co.) wjiNDuiN, uct. 27. (New York World Ca blegram Special Tolee nato's nephew, Wolff Joel, held London's record ior me most costly restaurant din ner until that distinction t.t.. - Thursday by his brother, John Joel. John had wagered a dinner for twenty-Aye per sons that another Stock exchange member would carry nnother friend weighing 290 pounds pickaback along Throgmorton street, a crowded thoroughfare behind the Bank of England. Tho wager fell through, but Joel nevertheless Carlton which cost 1,250. Delicacies wero procured from Paris and Berlin. Claret at J5 and champagne at J8 were among the wines drunk at this feast. ZEPPELIN'S SHIP A FAILURE French Dalloon Kxperta Sar Prof, I.anfcley la Nearest Solution of Great Problem. (Copyright, 1900, by Press Publishing Co,) I'Ajua, oct. 27. (New York World Cable gram Special Telegram.) Expert opinion classes ZoDnolln's tremendous air shin among the proved failures. It is evident mat tne scientist who wbb employed three weeks ago by a Paris newspaper predicted right when he declared that nnnn nf thAm loudly heralded air ships had any value, even as suggestions. Captain Krebs, head of the French array balloon service, reiterates his statement that Prof. Langley, the American, got the nearest solution with his last machine. W0LSELEY IS COMING OVER Geaeral Wants to Ilerlalt the Scenes of Ilia Rarly FlKhtlna; on American Soil, (Copyright. 1900, by Press Publishing Co.) LONDON. Oct. 27.-(New York World Ca blegram Special Telegram.) Lord Wolseley proposes to travel to Canada next year, revisiting tho scenes of his early fighting with the Red river expedition. Ho expeets to visit WishlBgto as the guest ( General Miles Wpit returning. BIG TASK BEFORE HIM Count Von Buelow Will Find It No Easy Matter to Form Cabinet. AGRARIANS ARE APT TO GIVE TROUBLE Mors Confidence Felt in Diplomatic Settle inent of Chinese Trouble. EMPEROR ORDERS STATUE OF HIMSELF Madame Sembrioh Announoei Her Early Retirement from Stago. AMERICAN CONFIDENCE MEN DOING WELL JSo Uneasiness Felt In Berlin bat That Hnaala Will Ultimately Announce Her Adherence to Analo German Agreement. BERLIN. Oct. 27. This "veok's develop raents have demonstrated what Immense dllUcultlos tho now chancellor, Count von Buelow, will have to overcome to bring about something approximating a harmo nlous cabinet both (or Prussia and the emplro. The radical and liberal newspa pers point out that pronouncedly reac tionary and agrarian members of the cab lnct, like Count von Mlqucl, Baron von Hammcrsteln and Baron von Rhelnbabcn, have no legitimate placo in tho new regime and It was this portion of the prcsv that seized upon tho Incident of .12,000 marks having been accepted by the head of the Department of the Interior from big manufacturers for tho cost of printing circulars explaining the anti-strike bill It would seem as if Count von Posadnwskl- Wohner feels sure of tho emperor's ap proval and will not resign utiles-) the Reich stag during the forthcoming session forces him to do so. The agrarian party also published sev eral utterances this week, Informing Count von Buelow that if he Introduces the canal bill afresh, as tho North German Uazette promised, they will mako war on blm and defeat him. Prlnco Hohenlohe today gave a big fare well dinner to the members of the cablnot and Bundcsrntb. , More Confident of Peace In China More sober views about China now pre vail here, owing doubtless to the fact that Count von Buelow Is known to entertain reasonable Ideas about Germany's tangible intercuts therein and his Influence as Im perial chancellor upon tho emperor, espe cially In foreign affairs, is decidedly greater than Prlnco Hohenloho's. It Is now be lieved the Chinese muddle will slowly un ravel Itself and lead to a successful issue without any' largo amount of actual hos tilities. Tho utterances of the Bemt-offlclal press this week show this belief. Only the mllttnry party if dissatisfied with this view. Doubts are t'till entertained here regarding the valuo of the credentials of LI Hung Chang and Prince Chang and their ability to enforce the terms of any agree ment reached. The latest edicts of Em peror Kwang Su aro regarded here with suspicion and It is oven a possibility that LI Hung Chang himself is their author or instigator with the Idea of facilitating tho negotiator's task. Authorltatlvoly the Associated Press learns that tho new German tariff schedule does not contain, as was reported, a pro vision for minimal and maximal tariffs, but this will bo left for tho Reichstag to deltberato on and decide. Tho socialists have elected a member of the Reichstag In the Brandenburg dis trict against a strong govornmont candi date, but tho socialists have lost an elec tion In Wanzleben against the nationals. Emperor Orders Statue of Himself. Emperor William has ordered Professor Degas to make his majesty's own marblo statue for tho "hall of glories" In Bar men, where statues of the emperor's an cestors aro already placed. Madamo Bembrlch's performances this week have been very successful. She has boen greeted by crowds more enthusiastic than any for years and tho voice of tho tenor, Bond, Is pronounced to bo phenom enal. Madamo Sembrlch says she will re tire from the stage at the completion of her American tour to her estate In Styrla. A number of American confidence men havo successfully done Berlin and other German cities, passing oft Confederate S10 bills which have been accepted at forty marks each. Tho police have received re ports of scores of vlqtlms. An official of the Foreign office Informed tho Associated Press correspondent that no further answers havo been recolved to tha Anglo-German agreement, but Japan's adheronce Is considered certain. The un certain attitude of Russian papers to the agreement was pointed out nnd the official replied: "Wo have not to deal with the Russian press, but with the Russian government. Wo know tho agreement Is favorably re ceived' In St. Petersburg. An answer to the agreement will come from the.ciar. Considerable time may elapse before, his answer is received. There Is no reason to hurry." Commander Behler, the United States naval attache who has been 111, Is now improving. Prince Christian of Schleswlc-Holstein Is here as the guest of the British ambas sador. Sir Frank C. Lascelles, and Duke und Duchess Ernest Guenther of Schles-wlg-Holsteln. The prince's purpose Is to Affect tho divorce of his daughter, the rrincess uouise Augusta, from her hua- band, Prince Albert' of Hesse Anhalt. R0SEBERY QUITS THE TURF Sells All Ills Horses In Training, but Holds On to Ills Breed ing Stud, (Copyright, 1900, by Press Publishing Co.) LONDON, Oct. 27. (New York World Ca. blegram Special Tolegram.) Lord Roso bery has sold all bis horses In tralnlne and announces he has abandoned racing, at least for a time, sporting men say he is no 3portsmnn at heart and only follows racing for tho pleasure and notoriety of winning classic!' event. He had no horse In train ing ot merit and the prices realized at the auction only averaged 2,C00, but he retains possession of his sires and brood mares so that ho can resume turf operations when the whim takes blm again. Meantime he is more concerned about his book- on Napoleon, wnien, aner many years or desultory labor, ho has finished. He is a defender of Napqleon. Auntrallau Gold Coming, SYDNEY, N. 3. W Oct. 27. The Amer- lean steamer Mariposa, Captain Houghlett, sailed today for San Francisco, having on toari tiO,m U gold. , , PLOT TO ASSASSINATE L0UBE Disclosed by Documents on Man Arrested on Charge of Burglary. LYONS, Oct. 27. Tho Nouvellsta da Lyon says a plot to assasslnato President Loubct has been discovered. It appears that n working electrician named Couturier burglariously entered th electric company's premises at Nlraes, steal lng 2,500 francs. Ho was tracked to Orange, near Lyons, whero ho was ar rested. Documents found on his person re vealed, the puper says, an anarchist con splracy to assassinate President Loubet on his coming visit to Lyons to unveil a monu ment erected to tho memory of President Carnot Couturier Is said to have committed the burglary In order to obtain funds to carry out his project. Ho has, It Is added confessed to the PSHtV,who aro now track lng his nccompllC5f watching anarchists In order to prifJglny attempt to carry out the schem' vlST PARIS, OcM.7iIt Is now kilown tha Slpldo was &J yesterday at the houso of his uneiOf,fi:TI suburb of Paris, whoro no has IIVZ;' KVco ho come horo. Ho re slsted thjjppr at first, but then quickly ylclded.gjjphclo says ho behaved qulotly wn" aSsfr s lle ' nt aware on what grountBSwRus been taken In custody again. A''2HKtm from Brussels says Slpldo allied himself with the French militant anarchlstB and took part In tholr demon stratlons. MAKING IT WARM FOR ROBERTS Engagement vrtth Ilevret More Serious Than First Iteported Three Doers Sentenced. LONDON, not. 27. A riinnnlrh rixraitrmA at the War onice from Lord Roberts, datnd Pretoria, Friday, October 26, referring to mo ugnting or General iiarton's column with General Dewet's forces October 26 buvb: The British losses wero heavier than at UrBt reported. An additional offlcer nnd twelve men were killed and thren nfTWra and twenty-five men wero wounded. Tho Doers loft twontv-four dead anil n ntnn wound ml on il o Held nnd twentvnlx nnnra wero made prisoners. Threo Boers who held up tholr hands In token of surrender ana then tired on the British were court- martialed, convicted nnd sentenced to death I havo confirmed the sentence. The dlsDntch nleo refers to mlnnr nffalr. In which tho troops of General Kitchener ana ucncrai Moihuen were engaged, and a serious incident between Sprlngfonteln and Phlllnnolls. Oram River colnnv. fifty cavalrymen were ambushed and cap- turea Dy tne uocrs, oniy Beven or the party escaping. Another dispatch from T.nrrf I?ni,t. says: "Barton attacked the ubiquitous jjowoi near fTeaencxstaa. The Boers were scattered in all directions." LONDON WILL MAKE IT THREE Instead of One Night's Celebration for the O. I. V. There Will lie a Trio. (Copyright, 1900, by Press Publishing Co.) LONDON. Oct. 27. (New York. World Q'h- njcgramBpeoiar Teio,tj an. ) - TJ;', C I. V. (City Imperial volunteers) were expected homo from South Africa tnrtnv V,nf thnv reached Southampton so Into In the after noon mat tnoir entry Into London was postponed. Preparations had boen made to give them a memorable wnl and London consoled Itself for their non arrival by flocking into tho strcots tonight ana "AiamcKing" to its heart's content. It was Mafoklng night ovor again, with all ltsynolse, horse piny and rough enjoy mont, though without Its enthusiasm. The delay of tho entrv nf thn n r v three nights of this demonstration Instead ot one, ana tho completo dislocation of business on Monday, ns well as today. Tho decorations are noomr than thnw m,. fn- tho relief of Mafcklng, and are confined iu me route oi me procession. CAN'TGETTHENEEDED HUSTLE English Workmen Object to American Competition and to Being Hurried. (Copyright, 1900, by Press Publishing Co.) LONDON, Oct. 27. (New York World Ca blegram Special Telogram.) Tho placing ot tne Boum Arrican railway contracts In America Is still agitating English manufac turing centers, where the official War office denial has been recolved with skopttclsm But the truth Is. that whero rapid delivery and good work are required tho English manufacturer gets left. It is the national trait here to raise every objoctlon to any innovation. The English workman resents nothing so much as nn attempt to hurry him. This Is the burden of all enlightened comment on the subject horo today. A Canadian firm writes to the Times that nn English firm has taken a year to complote an order for shovels which could have been secured Iu three months In the united States. BURIAL OF BUTE'S HEART That Part of the Dead Marquis Will Be Interred on Mount ' Olivet. (Copyright, 1900, -by Press Publishing Co.) LONDON, Oct 27 (New York World Ca blegramSpecial v Telegram.) The now tr.arquls ot Bute pays $2,250,000 death dues on the property he Inherited. He Is now accompanying his mother to thn hniv inn to bury his father's heart on Mount Olivet. it is enciosea in a magnificent silver shrlue In the form of an altar, which tho late maiquls had specially made for the purpose in Florence. The heart Itself Is In a lead lined" oak casket, bound with silver. When tho burial takes place the shrine will bo brought back to Scotland for use when tho present marquis dies. P0STP0NINGTHE" JUBILEE London Forced to I)n So by Late ness of Arrival of Its Volunteers. LONDON, Oct. 27. Trie celebration upon tho occasion ot the return to England of the City of London with special volunteers has been postponed until Monday on ac count ot tho lateness of the arrival ot the steamship Auranla, which has the troops on board. The vessel cannot dock at Southampton until lato this afternoon. By 10:30 o'clock this morning, however, tho streets of London were swarming with ex pectant crowds, who were Ignorant ot the postponement. Big Storms In England. LONDON, Oct. 27. Violent gales, accom panted by snow and rain, have swept over parts of the country, causing floods. The northern districts ot the lowlands are flooded, some ot the railroads are entirely Impassable and others havo water up to the floors ot the cars. At Newcastle, Har tlepool, Stockton, South Shields nnd else where people have been compelled to seek refuge In the upper stories ot their houses and traSo la carried, on by mean ot aoata, GREAT CITY IN LINE More Than 126,000 Ohioagoans March in Prosperity Parade, INTENSE ENTHUSIASM FOR M'KINLEY Upwards of Six Houra Required for Pro cession to Pass Given Point. EVERY TRADE AND PROFESSION MARCHES Banks, Business Houses and Faotorios Make Occasion a Holiday. SCORES OF BANDS FURNISH MUSIC Senators Ilnunn, Cullom nnd Mason Among Others Iterlew the Mnrch lng Thousands from Hotel Balcony, CHICAGO, Oct. 27. For bIx hours nnd a half today worklngmcn trom every branch of Industry In Chlcngo, lawyers, merchants, railroad men, financiers, marched through tho downtown streets of tho city In tho parndo of tho republican voters, which was planued as tho culmination of tho national campaign in Chicago. Between two solid linos nf spectators stretched from tho start ing point of the long march on Michigan avenue to Ha disbanding placo on Jackson boulevard near tho river, nnd underneath thousands ot dogs and banners, stretched bvtween tho big office buildings and waving from tho windows and roofs, the paraderB tramped from 10 o'clock In tho morning, until post 4 In tho afternoon. Tho day was practically a holiday In Chlcngo. Tho Board of Trade, the banks and many ot the big down town stores wero closed nnd the residence districts wero partly deserted for hours, rhllo tho pooplo massed themselves along tho miles of the torvmus lino of march and applauded to their hearts' content. Tho day was a perfect one. Hardly a cloud flecked the Bky, whtlo n cool breezo from Lako Michigan tempered tho warm rays of tho sun and kept flut tering tho flogs and streamers whtch docor rated tho lino of march and lifted high In the air tho scores ot lmmonso kites from which wero suspended "McKlnlcy and Pros perity" banners. Parade Start Early. Promptly at 10 o'clock the head of the parade, composed ot a doublo lino of po llco and followed by Colonel E. C. Young and staff, chief marshal, moved from tho starting point at Mlchlgun avenuo and Ran dolph street and from that tlmo tho marchers, with scores of bands playing all kinds of music, good bod and Indifferent, tramped steadily over the granite pavoments past tho revlowing stand on Jackson boulo- vard to Jackson and Market streets, where they disbanded. At nearly every point along thv line ot parade. the marchora cheer' lng, waving flags, blowing horns and ulnglng campaign songs oh they filed by wero cheered In return by the densely packed masses on tho sldowalks,. but hero and thoro a counter demonstration in favor ot Bryan was made by tho throngs and in ono Instance almost a riot took placo In consequence. In front of tho city hall on Washington Btreot wero gnthorod a crowd of cnthust astlc Bryan shoutcrs, nil waving pictures of the dtmocrntlc presidential candidate. Somo ono In the crowd on the walk threw a potato Into tho ranks -of a West Sldo marching club going by. Tho potato hit a marcher In tho eye jina forced him to leavo tho ranks. Another marcher plunged Into tho crowd and forced his way to tho throwqr. Iu an InBtnnt thero was a freo-for-all fight. Three companies of ;ho marchers broke ranks' nnd with uplifted canes rushed Into the struggling, shouting mass on tho sidewalk. It took vigorous work by over thirty policemen beforo things were 'quieted down and In the meantime black eyes and gory noses had accumu lated to nn alarming extent. Tho parade was replete with unlquo features. Woll up toward tho head of tho parado and preceding tho members of tho Marquotto club, who wero In tally-hos, two elephants lumbered along, bearing on their hugo aides banners Inscribed, "O. O. P." Theso wero the contribution of tho Marquette club. Close behind tho elephants camo a diminutive donkey. This wbb labeled, "I Am a Sound-Money Donkey." EHephnuta In Line. The Hamilton club contributed a Btuffed elephant appropriately r" cornted and bearing various legends. Furnaces in full bluBt. with rows' of perspiring workmen, caught the fancy of tho crowd, as did an enormous dinner pall, mounted on trucks and festooned with canvas hams and loavos ot broad. Tho Chicago & Alton railroad employes escorted a float representing a parlor chair car. Near the center ot the parade, borne aloft on poles by a hundred men, was a huge bannor, a block In length, In scribed "McKlnley and Roosevelt and four years more of prosperity." A sixty-foot plank, gilt edged and nron- erly Inscribed, was borno on the shoulders ot fifty uniformed men. The parade was reviewed by Senators Hanna, Mason and Cullom, National Com mitteeman Henry C. Payno, Perry Heath and others from tho balcony of tho Grand Paeino hotel and around this nolnt tho greatest enthusiasm of tho parado was shown. Senator Hanna especially was cheered by tho marchers and was kept busy responding to the salutations. Many out-of-town organizations were represented in tho parade. The most prom inent was a aciogntion of ICO from the Americus club of Pittsburg, Pa., who wore guests of the Hamilton club. Big march ing clubs wero also present from Kenosha, Wis., Rockford, Dixon and Deerlna-. III.. and from many of the nearby suburban towns. RURAL DELIVERY ORDERED Free Service Will Be established at Gretna Iu Sarpy County, WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. (Special Tele gram.) Rural freo dollvery will bo estab lished at Gretna, Sarpy county, Neb., on No- ember 1. bervlce win embrace an area ot fifty square miles with a population ot DP0. W. Wren and C. N. Tomllnsoh were an. pointed carrlors. Servlco will also be es tablished at Bloomfleld, Davis county. Ia.. on November 1. It will cover nn area of 132 squaro miles with a population ot 2,520. C. Turner, W. T. Gandy, M. A. Shelton and Ora Dunlnvy wero appointed carriers. The National Bank ot tho Republic of Chi cago was today approved as reserve agent for the Omaha National bank. Alden O. Bradley was today appointed car rier U the Beatrice, Neb., poitefflce. THE BEE BULLETIN. Forecast for Nebraska Itnln; Cooler; Variable Winds 1 Kngllsh Wonder nt Ilorr Temerity un iiueiorr see Ills Klulali. Prosperity on Parade In Chicago. Sound Advice to True Democrats. 2 Republican Unities In the State. II Lincoln Lines Dp tor McKlnley. 4 Iteporta Yn llslaug's Death. Affairs at South Omahn. B Itnosevelt Kndn New York Itnundnp Mr. and Mrs. Ilrynn at a Banquet. 0 Last Week In Local Society. 7 Belfnrd's Address to Oinahnns. 8 Council HlntTs Local Mntters. Typhoid l.'cver In nn loa College O Omaha Medics Win from Hastings Pennsy- Annihilate .Stngg'n Tram. 11 flllmpsea at the Field of Sport. 1.1 O'Brien Unites the Irish Party 14 Womani Her Wnys nnd Whim. 1R Amusement Newn and Gossip, 10 "Cavesson's Wooing." 17 "The Story of Hunch Badean." 1H Hdltorlal and Comment. ID llecnrd of Kdivard Hnnenater. 1!0 Last C'nmpalgu Literature Sent Out i.oumr Lommlnaloners nt Work. 21 Commercial and Financial News. Hit Musical Note and Comment. Temperntnre nt Omnhn Yesterdayi Hour. Drg. Hour. Deg. f n. m ...... lift J p. m ...... 7 1 II A. in til a p. m 7t! 7 n. in I4 :i p. in 72 N a. in tu -t p. in 72 l a. m (IS ' r, p. m ... V . . 72 10 a. m till II p, in 71 11 a. m 70 7 p. m 70 J2 in 71 NO HOPE IS LEFT FOR FUSION Faction In Colorndo I,rd by Maloncy Will Be Known on Ticket as Democratic. DENVER, Colo., Oct. 27. (Special Tele gram.) Fusion is n blustod hope In Arapa hoo county today. Thomas J. Malonoy has oeen declared chairman of tho county cen tral commlttco of tho democratic party and his ticket decreed to bo tho only ono en titled to appear on tho official ballot under tho name,"dcinocratlc." Mr. Maloney will open headquarters at onco. GcNcrnor Thomas' faction Is out ot tho raco and Its own mcmbors and lenders concodo tho fact. Tho only recourso left them Is to Instruct tholr voters to vote either tho silver re publican, people's party or Bryan tlckot. After tho decision had been handed down this morning the democrats or Thomas fac tion nt least conceded a republican victory by at least C.000 in tho county. Malonoy claims that ho will bo second In the race and has hopes that In tho week remaining ho will bo nble to overcomo odds and triumph In tho county. Another blow was dealt tho fuslonlsts today by Sheriff Robort Jones, who Issued a statement exposing "padded" registration nnd promising strict enforcement of tho election Inws. " Tho Im portance of tho day's development Is that thoy will glvq Senator Wolcott Arapahoo'a nineteen votes in tho legislature and prob ably Insure his rc-olcctlon. IMPERIALISM- IN AMERICA Bunslan Newapnpers Take Serlnnaly Foolish issue Bnlsrd by Ilrynn. ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 27. The Rus sian press Is displaying consldnrablo In terest In tho coming election In the United States. Several organizations havo reached tho conclusion that both parties occupy vrtually the enrao position. Regarding Im perialism, the Vlodomlshl says: "It 1b Important to Europe which candidate Is elected and It will be usoful to observe tho advanco of tho wave." The paper adds: "American Imperialism regards colonics as a means not arf an end. America wishes economic dominion ovor tho universe, which explains her ef fort to girdle the world with colonies. It desires a foothold In China nnd even In Turkoy, as the recent indemnity affair snowed. American Imperialism, unllko that of England, Is not due to economic necessity, since Its own market Is big onoush. The paper expresses the onlnlnn ihnt thn Imperialistic wave hns Increased markedly sinco 1898 and It contrasts imperialism with Monroeism, adding: "Monroeism Is ombarrassing to tho imneriallats. who r ii - allzo that American cannot Interfere In other hemispheres whllo forbidding Euro pean Interference on tho American hemi sphere." GUILTY OF SAVAGE CRUELTY NotIcIo, Filipino Lender, Convicted of Burying Alive American Prisoner. MANILA. Oct. 24 (Via Hong Kong, Oct. 27.) Tho rebel captain, Noviclo, has been tried liv n mtllfnrv rnmtnhalnn n , n.i.H charged with burying alive k seaman' named Aicuonaia ot Lieutenant Gllmoro's party. Noviclo was found cuiltv and to death. The coulmlsslon's sentence Is now in the hands of General MacArthur for approval. Testimony was produced at the trial showing Noviclo nl nn rmiafwl flin death of Beuvlllo, another member ot Lieu tenant Gllmore'B party, by delivering him Into the hands of thn Tlncim,., ,v. ---f.nwb,a, ruu, UUUU1 the pretext of going fishing, lured the man Into tho woods and murdered him, with two Spanish trlends, who wero Beuvllle's fol low captives. Tho trlbosm nn hniiml nan. vllle, opened his veins and sucked hie Diooa. i no ovidenco showed that Novlcio killed a man named Rodrlcuoz. who was suspected of being frlondly to tho Ameri cans. General Wheaton has approved the commission's sentence. COLLEGE WANTS CLEVELAND Washington and I.ee University of Virginia Wants Kx-Prraident as Its Head, NEW YORK. Oot. 27. Tho Evening Pnat prints today the following Sner.lfll frnm Norfolk, Va.: "According to a dispatch from Winchester, tho presidency of Wash ington ana Leo university, mado vacant by tho death of William L. Wilson, win h offered to cx-Presldent Grovor Cleveland. a committee rrom the unlvoralty wljl In a few days go to Princeton and extend the offer." INSIST ON DEATH PENALTY Chinese Ministers nt Peln T)emuiiil Heads of Lenders of Inaur reotlon. PARIS, Oct. 27. A dispatch to the Havaa agency from Pekln, dated October 27, says the ministers had a second meeting today to examlno M. Delcasse'B proposal and thoy unanimously recognized tho necessity for domandlnglhe death of all Instigators of the rouolllou. Thero Is reason to bellovo, says the dispatch, if tho ministers insist, and no satisfaction Is obtained, no reply will be made to the last note ot Chlng and LL YATES ON HIS PARTY Why Demoorata Should Vote for MoXinloy Ably Bet Porth. INCONSISTENCIES OF BRYANISM EXPOSED Present Attitude of the Party Compared With ItaffistorioPut. FATHERS QUOTED AGAINST THE FUSI0NISTS Jefferson and Jaokson Did Not Teach the Dootrinea of Bryan. PATRIOTISM AND DUTY WELL DEFINED Defense of the Old King and Support of the (Internment (he First Duty of an American Lit lien. No Ono Whn Inn n , V, -.Hi - tu uiitu wm ques tion tho unswerving frniiv -.... a . crntlc principles held by Henry W. Yates w wmuuu. ii is tiicrcforc of unusual im portance that tin Hlinnl.l t,I..I. ki -,. democrats to repudiate tho party's nominee for president. In doing this Mr. Yntes tllkC3 high grounds, both nn n nnrll.,, ...I n pntrlot. Ho Hrnrlv - onia ma iiuns tind nbly defends his nttltudo In tho fol lowing letter: OMAHA. Oct. 2 TV. s v.u.. ' - ...v nuuur til ino 1) co: I nil! n ilnrniiernt Mn tho D. B. 11. kind, but still a democrat.' , h"bb nave at times been shocked nt tho antics Of somn nf mv tlr... . . 4 'Vun UCIUUUMIS, out I have not ns yet seen any convincing io mciuco mo to chnngo tho party atllllatlons I havo malntnlned during all of my forty-two yearn nf mnnimn.i t -i prcforouco to democrnts nt local elections. This was tho caso at tho last city election, when I think 1 voted for every democrat upon tho ticket. But at tho coming presidential- election I shull support tho republican ticket In Its entirety. In thim vniim- i ,i n, . j,... ln tho slightest manner tho party principles always maintained, but bcllove In so doing that I nin strictly loynl to them. The time. In mv onlnlnn will . . . ...a. uuuu I.UI.1U nucu democrats will got together ngaln In Bupport of tho principles nnd proccpto which history and tradition show aro peculiarly theirs by birthright and which, when properly applied. Will luilil In 1 1' j .. ! - "ui'inut;-- una prosperity or tho country. Tho nosltlnn T somo explanation, and It will be given In mo uncicst manner posslblo and with refer ence only to a few of tho Issues In control versy. Compares the Platforms. Take tho nlatforms nR n IT. nnra I n .-, ra f- tlon. in that of tho republicans thero are a number of what may bo called sound dem ocratic principles, but In that of the so called democrats thurn la nnl u .lr.1. Jl.. Iniitlvely riemocr-tlr Tho republican platform clearly and dis tinctly supports tho tlmo-worn doctrlno of tnrlff protection for homo Industries. A platform without a declaration In favor of a protective tariff would not be republican, and they aro to bo respected for their can dor nnd honesty In roannounclng It at this time. It mny not bo pleasant to hear democratic administrations arraigned for their ubortlvo efforts in the direction of tariff reform, but It Is legitimate party capital. On tho other hand, what Is thoro in tho so-called dom ocratlo platform to lndlcato in the slight est manner that tho democratic pnrty holds or has over held any opinion upon tho tariff question? Tho only mention of tho word tarllf Is when It Is used In connection with trusts, which are threatened with tho pun ishment of having their specially favored articles of manufacture or production placed upon tho freo list. Instead of being an nounced as n matter of high principle It Is hero proposed to uso tho tnrlff hb an Instru ment of governmental torture, which In practical application may bo mado to favor friends and cbastlBo enomlcs. The incon sistency of tho proposition so far as It con cerns trusts Is shown In the fact that the most objectlonnblo trusts In popular opin ion aro thoso which In no manner can be affected by our tariff laws. Thon, too, upon tho money question tho bo. called dcmocrntlo platform has not a Blnglo tenot which Is In harmony with the teachings of Its great men, of tho past. It may bo said that tho opinions of theBo ,men aro out of date; that almost any young statesman ot these days can handle the current questions bettor than thny could. In somo respects this Is true, but tho po sition taken by them upon tho money question Is founded upon truths which have always exlHted and will nnver die. They aro Just as strong today an thoy over wero nnd wo aro at this very tlmo enjoy ing tho fruits of what theso men In tholr day planned and conceived for our wel fare. Thomas Jefferson's Pnrty. Thomas Jefferson may ho called the father of the democratic party. The In auguration ot the financial establishment of tho young republic was largely dlroctod by him. The first mint act passed la 1732 waa In Us most Important particulars thn consummation of views expressed by him ten years beforo Its passage. At that time tho republic had no metallic money ot Its own coinage, Mr, Jefferson In his "Notes" recom mended that tho monoy unit bo fixed upon colns of both cold and silver. Lnklmr tha Spanish dollar, which was tho . oln of the largest circulation, as tho baBlu for the silver unit. Tho ratio to bo declared be tweon cold and silver ho ntmnrifici lA v. "a morcantllo problem altogether" and that "Just principles will lead us to disregard legal proportions nltogcthor" and to adopt tho ratio which would bo Indicated by the market relation of tho two metals. The ratio declaration In the so-cnlled Hnmn. cratlc platform Is exactly opposed to that of Jefferson. In their case It Is tha mnrkn riin which Is disregarded altoicother nnii .hi. dlvlno legal ratio substituted in Its place, Thero Is no moro apology for the assertion of the io to i ratio at this tlmo than there would have been for Jofforson if h in hi. tlmo had declared for a ratio of 5 to t for tho reason that that was the ratio In the good old days of Henry the Eighth of blessed memory. Silver men declare that silver va . monetized In 1873 and exrent in t.. exact date thoy are unquestionably cor rect. It has boen demonetized for nearly thirty years nnd In order to monetlxe it as Jofferson proposed in 1782 the demo cratic party, If faithful to his memory, would never havo declared in favor of a ratio of IS to 1 when the market ratio Is known tO bo 31 to 1. Thov wnnlri have favored tho making of a dollar out of less than 60 cents worth of silver' and authorize its uso In the paymont ot con tracts mado in the current gold dollars. ine controlling ana Bcrat timet sa)iun