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TUtt OJIAIIA DAILY JBEE: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1900.
days lead mo to bellovo that McKlnlcjr
will curry the state of California by nt
least 15,000 and that the republicans will
elect all seven of their congressional nom
inees. For a tlmo 1 thought that 12.000
would be the limit of the republican plu
rality, but I now think that 10,000 Is a
State Senator Sims, chairman of the demo
crats stAto central committee, said: "From
reports I have received from nil sections of
California I tun of the opinion that the statu
Is eafo-foi Bryan by 12,000, The democrats
will positively elect four congressmen. You
can quote me as estimating the democratic
plurality In this state as from 12,000 to
rioth these estimates nro probably exag
gerated. Consorvatlvo estimates say tho
state will not go to exceed C.000 for cither
party. As regards congressmen tho Indica
tions are that the republicans will elect ot
least five. Nonpartisan observers think the
Ifsuo doubtful In tho Second and Fourth
Prohibition I'nrlr Admit Tltnt It In
Prepared far Detent.
PEOniA, III., Nov". I. John O. Woolley,
prohibition nominee for president, spent
the day quietly resting aboard his train In
preparation for his Inst day's work In the
campaign. Tho special will leave Peoria
tomorrow morning for a run through north
ern Illinois, finishing nt Itockford with the
evening rally. Mr. Woolloy this evenlug
Issued tho following statement:
"Wo prohibit lonlsts do not divide our work
Into campaigns. It goes right on. I go
east Immediately to Toronto, New York
nnd Baltimore to make the trimo kind of
speeches I hnve been delivering for thirteen
yearn. With our share In thin present cam
vas I am well satisfied. There Is sucn
vastnesH In a federnl elcrtloti that ono can
not foretell, or even tell after. Ills effect
upon It, but he may know always and re
joice In knowing the quality of his messano
to his country nt ro great a time. The
democratic party has assumed an e'octo'a'o
of gnlley slaves and preaches mutiny. The
republican party has assumed a civic mon
ster, half hnjr, half hypocrite, nnd preaches
"prentlRn nhrnnd and properlty nt home."
Tli rirnhllilltnn nartv lia n-sumed man
hood, libertv nnd lndcperdneo and
preachcM Christ, tho King and Saviour if
(Signed) JOHN a. WOOLLEY
Mtnleuieiit li Stevrnrt.
Tho national chairman, Oliver Stewart,
Issued a statement as to tho work of the
Thn nrnlilliltlnn onmnnlirn has been th
most thorough and active In the hl'tory i f
tho party. Mr. Woolley ha spoken In 4 V
places, from ocean to ocean nnd from Min
nesota to Texns. The burden of our appt.il
to the people lias been tho need of right
eousness by thi' stnte and nation. Wo havo
insisted mat me government mimim mi out
wltfflfaSt'inc? Ihe UStft oVfrm
tlleMnloon'!1 TeVavomtovo"".! to tonrh '
thn people that license of the lliiunr tralllo
is wron" Decnure tne saioon is woiuk.
We have urged the voters to leave the
republican and democratic parties because
of their subserviency to the liquor Interest.
We have nttacked those parties because
of their Inability to settle the questUwis
with reference to which they linye made
promises and seemed to take positions. a e
bellovo and havo declared that the time
aro rlpo for the overthrow of hoth o 1
parties and that no new partv enn or should
win that makes nppeal to anything lower
than tho highest In men.
Henco the populist or nny other part
that makes Its appeal to the pocketoo
or to mere self-Interest cannot win a last
ing victory. The demand now Is for a
party thnt stands for a moral prjnrlp'e and
iuch Is the prohibition party. Whether It
ever elects its candidates Is Immaterial.
It will elect Its Issue to llrst place on tho
political docket In American politics.
Wherever Mr. Woolley nnd our other
speake.m Have gone there has been pla n
evidence ot general distrust of tho old
parties. Thousands nt men w II voto for
MoKlnley. not because they bclle In i him.
but because they fea IJryan. Others v. Ill
vote for llrynn. not becuuso they bellovo
him a stutesman, but because they rear
Sfc!:iiiley. Thero will be other thousands
who will desert the "Id parties and vote for
Woolley because they believe It wHI histon
an enlightenment of political forces, a
thing most desirable. ,
Tho prohibition voto Is not easy to esti
mate, for much of It Is n Hllent vote, biit
indications point o not lew than
with fair proKpects of half a million or
more. Whatever It Is, our next campaign
will begin next Wednesday nnd will con
Tlnue without Interruption until election
Alined)'' uui'VEIt W. STRWART.
Clittlrmaii National Prohibition Committee.
11USY SUNDAY AT SEW IIAVE.V.
I.uat Day litit Onr Shown Connectlcnt
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 4. Connecti
cut's day of rest wnB ono of great activity
among tho political workers of the state.
Thn fast that the campaign virtually closed
last night did not doter the leaders from
occupying this day with almost Incessant
work and tho political fences In every
rltv. town, borough, village anif hamlet
were examined with tho greatest care and
renalrs effected whero necessary
Secrecy normentcd tho air of the national
republican headquarters, while tho claims
of tho democrats Indicated a growing con
fidence. Tho democratic stato central com
mittee tonlcht hit up Its figures a bit
Thnt Is, they claim to have narrowed the
probablo margin of a McKlnley victory In
tho stato to G.00A as against 8,000, tho
outside figure proclaimed then. On tne
stato ticket tho claim of n minimum ma
jority, of 1.C0O for Bronson for governor Is
raised to 7,000. Tho democrats also claim
the defeat of Sperry, republican, In tho
Socond congressional ticket by a closo voto
and ln tho languago of the committee
chairman, "Hill, republican candidate for
congress In7 the Fourth district, has no
Tho democrats also claim that they will
elect flftcon out of twenty-four stato sen
Tho republican leaderB conccdo nothing
and with much calmness claim a sweeping
vletorv throushout tho state on president,
state officers, congress and the general
Jmt Majority In Xevr llnninnlilre.
CONCORD. N. II.. Nov. 4. Iloth of tho po
lltlcal parties In this stato are making their
greatest , efforts in ilnlsning on tne cam
paign.. Chairman Oalllnger and Chairman
Araey of tho republican and democratic state
committees, respectively, say that tbey have
no reason to change their early estimates In
which tho former predicted a republican plu
rality of 20,000 and Chairman Amey a plu
rallty of 10,000.
Virginia I.aoka Safe for llrynn.
RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 4. Tho Virginia
campaign, which practically closed last.
night, has beon praotlcally spiritless, ex
cept In the close districts, the Socond, Ninth
and Tenth, and even In these It has lackod
Hcadacho.blllousness, heartburn, Indi
gestion, and all liver lilt are cured by
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Will 1 Ilia UUI ICHOLARBHir DBPARTMINT," Omaha
1 Im, Omaha, Nb,
uuiat.l oiu.cii Uro, aril, A o'cinch. , ni,
That you have a right to express
your choice for the two men you
want tho legislature to elect to rep
resent Nebraska In the United
States uonnte. This right Is given to
you by tho constitution of Ne
braska as the nearest approach to
the election of senators by direct
vote of the people. Uetncmbcr, also,
that an expression of preference
must bo followed by a voto for the
legislative candidates who will
carry out the popular will. In other
words, be sure to put n cross op
posite tho name of your preferred
caudldnle for United States sena
tor and nlso opposite the names of
the republican candidates for tho
the old-tlmo enthusiasm. A full vote prob
ably will not be polled. Democratic lead
ers claim tho stato will go for Hryan by from
18,000 to 20,000. Seven democratic congress-
mnn n fn fflirn rTrwl n nnflaln n nil thn l" M ft fl PPfl I
In tho close districts favor the democratic
nous .ot evkx co.vrnuK .Missouri!.
Chnlrninn Akin. Sny Stale Will Go
for President McKlnley,
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 4. The political situation
In Missouri tonight Is somewhat changed
from that outlined In theso dispatches last
night., Tho democrats reitcrato their abll-
Ity to carry tho national ticket to victory
- - . ... . I
oy Irom iu,uu to ou.uuu. 1110 rt'iiuuuL-iiiiB, uu i
tho other hand, not only still entertain their
bcllof that Flory will capture tho govern
orshlp, but go even further than they did
yesterday and now predict that Missouri
win givo iuavinicy n smau majority.
Tho chairmen of tho republican and dam-
ocratlc statu committees today mado fore-
casta of the election In Missouri as follows:
neTx0.rMlsaHoi?rI will 'lTL"nu?m7"C The
Ing gains In every section of tho state and
Joseph Flory, tlio republican candii.nie
lo o?VMri"?ouii nnd wocipocTto elect hTm
olernor of this great "t'nte on Tuesday
nnvl. TIin.MAR J. AKINS
Chalrmnn Republican State Committee,
Missouri will give Hryan a large majority.
"rc "pft'raUt Ww.?! cotrff Nhontx't
Kn;rRl assembly .md elect thirteen It n?t
0,unrm,aVoCr1,y fifWSm iVw
to tw.oo). It Is ridiculous for tho republicans
to talk of carrying "-s,3im,3nT(
Chairman Democratic State Committee,
DO ITS PART.
Probably nf! for McKlnley, lint Dcm
nuraU Mny Control I.eKlslnture.
WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 4. Tho closing
week of tho campaign In Delawnro finds tho
chairmen of both parties claiming victory
for their respective sides. Tho republican
factions, known as tho Addlcks and Dupont
wlngs of the party, which at tho last prcsl-
.inntui .i.Aiint, nnitnit in thnlr-nn.
port of tho national ticket, nre again a unit
In their support of tho republican electors
and, ln addition, havo on their respectlvo
tickets tho samo candidates for the unex-
nlrert iritm nf thn latn Conrrcssman Hocker
and also for tho regular term. They are
united on the same stato candidates, but In out ngurcs, claims mat .Moryianu win eioct
... .. ... ... ..... r .Inll ulv nt Tint nnnvpAaamon no tAmifi1tnnti
two ot tne tnree counties ot tno Btate, iveni
and Sussex, they are opposed to eacn otner
on the candidates for tho legislature. This
fact, It 1b the expressed opinion, gives to the
result a .most doubtful aspect with tho odds,
if any, siigntly in favor or tne republican
McKlnley electors, nnd more strongly
In fnvor of the democrats for control of tho
legislature, which will elect two United
btatcs senators, ino uemocrais preeeiu a
united front on all national, state nnd legls-
latlve candidates,- and It may bo said at this
tlmo that tho omclal count alone can aetor-
mine tho result beyond doubt
IN MIIYAX'S COLU3IX.
riirhl 1 Dim l,alalnF. IVllll'll
ClnrU nnd Daly Seek to Control.
HELENA, Mont., Nov. 4. Thero Is no
reason to doubt that Montana will give Its,
electoral vote to Bryan by a majority rang,
Ing from 10,000 to 18,000. It may bo higher,
Tho stato and legislative situation is moro
mlxod, but conservative observers concede
tho election of Joseph K. Toole, as governor,
with the chances decidedly In favor of tho
entire democratic ticket,
situation is mote- uncertain than any other
iju.i. ul vuu ...0 ,elJuu..tu uiui-
borshlp In tho legislature was ess than ono-
uim i ao eiiurn iuuiiriiui. ii yeur
there will bo somo republican gains ln all
probability and tho Independent dcmocratlo
Hrlrot will hn nllfoi.f ill In nitA nr twn lnrcr.
" , " r , . : ?
OClintlCS, perhaps giving the Independents
tho balance of power In tho legislature. Tho
friends of Senator dark, howover, stoutly
Claim that the straight democrats will havo
a clear majority ln the legislature. There
ts but ono thing that seems absolutely ccr-
tain about tho legislature and that Is that
the republicans will not control It on Joint
nnimrn as n'ft mriTL' miirt.n
' - ' C.rt... IV.. .
of Mnlorilv (or
NEW-HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 4. Connect!-
it's nolltical camnalun closed last nlcht
.. .. . : r -- -"--
auor a contest mat was more remarKamo
than any In this state for years. Chairman
Thayer of the democratic state committee
practically concedes the stato to McKlnley,
adding, however, that the Bryan vote ln
rt ...in i i ......
vjuuuciiiiiiik win uttumuu nururioi?, ami witii
1 f thn rlomoeratln rirnnli1.ntlnl lAnil, Annm
nnl mrrv th. ttn h T,1i.ratli ..rnln.t
. . v n
htm U'111 htk fhnn fi OHO
On the state
ticket the democratic leader.' claim a vie-
tory by a majority of nt lcpBt 1,600. No
statement has been given out by the repub-
llcan organliatlon, but from other sources It
Is learned that their nnal canvass promises
a McKlnley victory of at least 20.000 and the
election of McLean for governor by 10,000.
There are five full tickets ln tho Connec
tlcut field republican, democratic, prohl
bltlon, social democratic and socialist labor.
FlKht In Buy State for 'oiirenmiinii.
BOSTON, Nov. 4. Colonel A. M. Goet-
tlng, chairman ot the republican stato com
mlttco, In his statement of the prospect In
Massachusetts eald that the state committee
has paid particular attention to tho congrce
atonal districts. In the so-called doubtful
districts tho campaign has been waged with
activity and Intelligence and tho prospects
of republican success grow" brighter with
Hon. William S. McNary, secretary of tho
democratic state committee, said regarding
tho democratic outlook that the. vote for
president four years ago was 105,474 for
llrynn and 278,976 for McKlnloy. Hcports
received from chairmen and secretaries of
tho various city and town committees nnd
tho congressional district committees
throughout tho state Indicate, ho said, that
the dcmocratlo voto which departed from
the party in. 1S96 will como back this year.
'Wo estimate that with our gains from
various sources tho democratic vote this
year In Massachusetts will rise to the fig
ures ot 1892, or about 160,000 votes, and
tho republican majority will not bo greator
than 60,000 to 65,000 votes.
"From & congressional standpoint we be-
Hevo wo will mako large gains in tho ten
1-IflIIT IX Till: QUA Klltl STATU.
Quay and Aiitl-(luti) llriinbllcfinn lint
tllnsr for Legislature.
tltfff 1 rt.-f Tltlt V.. J TU 1 .1 .
ii. i .,i i.. t, ..,. i , ..i I...
night with tho result In no doubt as to the
aiAA. - . I. - 1.1 I 1 - J .. I , 1. . .. I .
the democrats confidently claim that they .
will considerably reduce the McKlnley plu- republican and six democratic congress
ralltv of four vnnr affn of nenriv 300.000. men. Tho republicans Are try ng haid to
but tho rcpubllca
can leaders assert that It
If not more. With respect
ticket tho campaign In this
wi t,o as much K
4 1 . I il.L.i iL t
Btato ma bo saia t0 navo bccn almMt fea.
Tho light of four years ago In the repub-
can ranks over the control of tho leg.sla-
ture, when United States Senator Penrose,
then n stato. senator, nnd ex-Postmaster
General John Wnnamakor, were the oppos
lng candidates for United States senator,
and which followed two years later by the
aicr oj mo
more bitter opposition to the re-election 0f
Senator Quay, Is again the feature ot the
. - I . . . , . .. ..., I. I
wuuijjuiku, n iu whuu iiiu iirsuit in u
only the count can tell.
mv ' a . ...... ........ ! i.i.na.
,,..,,n. rin nnaount of
i,Cpn,IlranM IIavc nPnN(ln nc for
)iut utile In Tcxnii.
housto.V. Tex.. Nov. 4. Tho nolltlcnl
campaign In Texas closed last night. It.
Mi Johnston, national democratic commit-
MnM? t0,T Tcx clmnlca tY ?l'HT
or lh I00",01'0 , 'e1ctor8 at not lcs3
than 17t,000. Local differences are cx-
p?ck.ngBwUI kee 'Vany of Iho
cotton piCKing win Keop many 01 mo
voters ni nomc. 1110 ngni is in uie icuui
district where Mayor W. C.
Jones of aulveston is tho republican camll-
date to succeed It. II. Hawlcy, republican,
nnd has been stubbornly contested by both
aides. Tho democratic nominee, George I'.
nurgess, has mado a town-to-town can-
vass of tho district and tho democratlo
B"f" aro, conMont of 8?CC89- Jh
republicans also express confidence and it
Is generally conceded that the result Is In
JIOTII SIDKS CLAIM MAIIYLAXI).
DemocrutN nnd Republican Arr Knch
Co n il de nt of lutory.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 4. Tho campaign ln
Maryland was closed last night with mass
mectlncs of both tho leading political par-
t'w ' various parts of tho city and n
uciuoumimiun ui rvpuuucuua hi
summing up tho situation. Chairman
Murray Vandlver of tho democratlo stito
central commiueo saiu mia evening: uur
won ami .unrjianu win cast us
electoral vote ior too ueraocratic iickci
Uialrman Leo Goldsborough of tho re
publican committee, while declining to glvo
"" .'v.nmcj .ulu,uu nnvu
1116 'ire countcu
OHIO IS CIXCIIHU FOR M'KIXI.BY.
0nly quc.uo,, iiui-Uc State u tho
muc of MnJorltv.
CINCINNATI. O.. Nov. 4. Tho camnalgn
n Ohio closed yesterday with day and night
meetings everywhere. Tho republicans
have been betting even on carrying Ohio by
a largor plurality than four years ago. when
McKlnley had CI, 109, but today they wcro
betting on 40,000. Odds as high as 10 to 1
hnve been given on McKlnley carrying Ohio.
Most of tho canvassers expect republican
gains ln rural districts and democratic gains
ln tho cities and most ot the speculation Is
on the probability of tho changes ln the
cltlos exceeding those ln tho rural districts,
or vico versa,
REASONABLY CERTAIN I'OIt BRYAN.
Dcmocriitn of iGeorscIn Will Have No
OpiioHltlon of Moment.
war(, ov(lenco of Ui0 presidential campaign
n aeorga wnB tho Brent nmount of 8pnce
aoVoted by the newspapors to "constltu
tlonar work. No speakers of national re
pl,to camo lnto ,ho stato to d8CU3s th8
,, ,hpv .nllPi,Prt ,mn n nnlv
by the iocai orators In the cnmpalgn for
I M. . ....... .
governor, ino lact tnai ueorgia s aemoc-
,. la soii.i nrnhahlv nrrniinU tnr hn
Iack of marchlng clubs and meetings. Tho
republicans and populists took no part in
Ilryan'm Countn la Florida.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla Nov. 4. Tho
most remarkablo state campaign ever held
In Florida closed last night. The demo-
prntlr ntfitn elentornl nnit nnncrrpaqlnn.il
on.l,l, ..IfeltA A.A, ...... .1
.v.j ..uuui, urn i"c
state ana electoral candidates covered most
o tho stnto in an actlvo canvass. At the
..,,,, u..,!-,,-,,-.. . ,u.
"u,"""""v ... ...no vn iu-
"IB"' l s salu Hryan will get a
plurality of not less that 20,000 votes Ir.
,,no s,ale Bnu ulnt nls cousin, William S.
Jennings, democrat, will bo cloctod gov-
irnnr hv nrnrtlrftllv thn firtmn vntii.
I . "
Close of Quiet C'n in pa I Kit In Mnliie.
t tinuTr.tvn a T no .,1-1.. t V,
A UI1 A A, ...V., .w, it UlgUl IUU
7"? Bta SA .T?.e'opU?1
""""""" u"1. i ... L -
'-" "ln Tnn , """'"" "
Vr" i,.C.f r,,n .,,
,. ,i. " .,.
night: "Maine's plurality for McKlnley In
1898 of 45.777 will be materially reduced thl
year. It will be leas than 80, 000 It tho elo
incuts aro favorablo for a full voto."
Rriiablfcnn Conirrcsaniitii In ArUnnsan
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 4. Tho cam
palgn closed in this stato tonight. Dcm-
ocratlo loaders claim that If the voters turn
out Bryan will carry tho state by 75,000.
No claims nre made by the republlcana ro-
speetlng tho vote of tho state, but they
are making n hard effort to elect Forraan,
republican, ln tho Third congressional dis
trict. Every county In tho state has been
canvassed by both parties and present con
ditions Indicate a large vote.
Not a Dnien Hiiecclir In Mississippi.
V1CKSBURQ, Miss., Nov. 4. With the
exception of a contest iu tho Sixth con
gressional district, whoro II. C. Turley,
republican nntlonat committeeman, Is mak
ing a fight for the seat of Congressman
F, M. McClaln, there has been little or no
Interest taken In the campaign In Missis
sippi. Not a dozen speeches havo been
mado and all Indications point to an sx-
ceedlngly light vote, favorablo to Bryan.
No Particular Content In Alauahta.
MONTGOMERY. Ala., Nov. 4. The cam
paign In Alabama virtually closed last night,
There has been an active contest In but one
district, the Seventh. There the republicans
and populists fused and have made a strong
canvass. Tho prospects are that there will
be a solid democratic delegation In congress.
There has been no excitement and the tndt -
cations are- that there will be a light vots.
CHARGES OF FRAUD IN OHIO
Extraordinary Registration in Oinoinnatl
DEFEAT OF GARRULOUS LENTZ PROBABLE
PrrHlilciit McKlnley Will llrrelve lie-
turn nt His Home in Canton,
I.rnvlnir fur Wn.hlnBtoii
CINCINNATI. Nov. 4. On the eve of
tho election charges are tnada ot false
registration In Cincinnati and other Ohio
cities. YVhllo the last census gave Cin
cinnati n population of 325,000, Its regis
tration Is 81,880, and a cltuon's committee
has been organized today for systematic
worn wun uetectives, iur urumo " uv
?nJ ,U 0,a,lmfd 8,80 L"'?'""
have been made In somo of tho closo con-
la """"""IT ,?' ' "
ero K' F- Dyckley, "w;," J'
"Publ lea ,n, o the c and W.tc . and
this Is one of the districts In which charges
of fraud arc mado on both sides. In the
lcent ana IWr" "hn ' tTmal o
Fifteenth ami Twentieth districts tne
mnn Van Voorhls, ropul Ilcan, who Is run.
nlng for the fifth term, Is opposed by V,
.W. Ellcnwood. democrnt, and,tho repub
Deans have some factional trouble, but
.... if.,i- I. nn.
l ro'e'ccl," ul ' "Vi",h 'Ti.tH-t
c."c.ef0(1: 'J" h. lTS2tl?.S.;
I.UUKI t'HHHlllU 1 Illllll'S in ..... w w
. . , . tw Tin!
candidate acainst Jacob A. Doldler, repub
llcan, who defeated Phillips for ronoml-
....It 1 11... nn-A, A IHflPainm fl fl !1 (1
tho actlvo 'work of Mayor Jones of Toledo
there is somo talk of Nccley D. Cochran,
... i..- no,, on,,.),-
..i.".! ' , m vinh hut tho Jones
. ',, n ,1,lr,,B nimcnt this year
n Ohio that It is not cutting much of A
figure in tho estimate.
. tn0 Twciftn district Eramott Tomp-
Wn"' Te"n raakJ,nB "f"8"
tQ ,jefcat jonn j. Lcnti, democrat, and on
ncco,int 0f tjle nctlon oPLentx against the
admlni8tratlon , tho iaat congress special
,ntoreHt g t(lkcn ln th,8 ul8trlct. It
, ,, ,.f(,i ., Vnilnnal Chnlr
man Hanna nn(, gtat0 chnrman nick havo
,;,., ii ,.. i in h Twelfth ills.
V' '1 1 1 DftiblH, wv.l ........ . " - -
,k. , -mmin win r.rntv
u uiiu uuiti niuiv vuniniinv-" ww.. .
returns In Columbus on Tuesday night,
Canton nlg0 bo a point ot interest
slnco President McKlnley haB doclded to
remain there to receive returns and not
start back to Washington until Wednes
day. Four years ago tho pilgrimages to
Canton mado It tho center ot attraction, as
Colonel Hryan was then on thfl road tho
gmo as this year. Tho president has been
nt Canton during much of this campaign,
but he refused to do nny campaigning even
in receiving visiting delegations. It Is
understood mat mere may oe a nis-
tlngulshed party with him on Tuesday
nlirtit nnrt If he Is re-elected the tour on
j,s roturn to Washington next day will bo
eventful at Canton as elsewnere,
TO CUH I- A tOl.t? IS OUT: DAT.
Take Laxative Eromo Qulnlno Tablets. All
druggllsta refund tho money It It fall tQ
cure, is w. ttrovo s mgaature :s on caco
At the White Horse Tavern"
A translation of a German comedy in
thri.ii nets bv Messrs. Blumentlial and
Kadelbcrg entitled "Im Welasen RoesH 1;
English version by Sidney Rosenfeld; pre
sented at Boyd's theater yesterday by tho
CAST OF CHARACTERS.
William Glesecko of Berlin, who Is tray-
ottllle, his daughter Charlotte Crane
Frederic Seldler, attoriiey-at-law........
AphV,V aut'ro l"oul8 Albion
- iiiwin,.i,m Ph. n.. a tutor, an
Ideal traveler r reu auiiiuioiiiu.u
Clnra. his daughter .....Delia Clarko
Joscpha, hostess of tho "wmte Morse
Tavern" t .mvui . m
Leopold Brand, her head waHr.........
Real, his nIeco...................v.AInia Aycrs
i,nHi,ant. n,i lita hntirviTioon
" 'A.: ., ii tiMik
Emily, his wife.
if there ever cornea a tlmo when the
critic of The Bee feels that he can lay
,iown his pen and betake himself to Borne
. . i
secluded nook whero nc can renew ma uu-
..iih xtnthor Rnrth ho will dl-
r0ct his footsteps to the Salzkammergut
In the Austrian Alps, register nt the
,u,. .-on nn,i Rk to ba asslmcd
" ' M , Ani, tf Dorchanco tho cu
rloBltv of Madame Josopha and that of
K' 'i., (nm,i, i,rr head waiter but then
h'cr husband shall bo awakened by the
nrcfermont of such a request, he will tell
,. . inni nn HClCCll'U nmfc iuu,u 3 "
nKo whon ho saw their cnarming nooieiry
I " .... . .
-!,, . ., aimllvht. that cllnta across
""b"1 " v"u - . . .
(h tona t.6 8Q0wcappea mountains nn
,ul,, throuch its windows.
SDarkun. ag hluo waters of the lako that
,t8 foundation stones, sweet as the
n.rfumo of tnft wud flowers that grow up
1 . . ........ n..
to Its very doors and as healthful as the
air that Its guests Inhalo Is "At the -White
Horse Tavern," tho charming comedy that
the Frohmans have transplanted from Us
n Iv. bo7 to Thai
t of America, notnin?
daintier or nrettler has even beon seen
unon anv Btaec or thero Is nothing datn;
tier or Bweeter extant. , In tho realm of
dramatic literature It atands a gera with
out a flaw, a play against which not a
shaft of criticism can with Justlco bo lev-
Flrst4Qf aU, ,th(ero, ' Jll
humorous Btory told In its bright, snappy
lines; tho dialogue Is delicious, full of cpl
crams that shine and sparkle and sltua
Hons that nro unctuously and genuinely
tunny. Tho characters are diversified, but
tho picture tho authors navo given or eacn
1b a cem ln Its way'and has Its counterpart
n ho roal life of every country. What,
for examnlo. could be finer than the por
trait ot tho old professor and nis daughter,
both of whom oro so enamored of traveling
thnt they take tho slowest trains, that
their pleasure may bo prolonged to tho
utmost limit, but who aro nblo to mako
but ono trip in four years, and even then
only by ithe exercise of a rigid economy
that diverts tho money mat wouia other
wise bo spent for luxuries Into a travel
fund? Aud there Is the rich manufacturer
who thinks of nnd mourns for the comforts
or his city homo, oblivious to all churins
of lake and mountain and sky, tho very
autipodo ot the poor scholar, to whom It
Is nil llko a fairy world. Then, too, thero
Is Madamo Josepha, the hostess ot the
Inn, a woman who has allowed her heart
to Incllno toward a city lawyer, who for
a number of yearn nos neon a guest at
her hostelry, but who Is yet strong enough
to set her faco In another direction and
take up the narrow round of her life as
soon as she perceives her mistake. And
thoro are several others, all worthy of
mention, all delicately drawn, and every
one completely and thoroughly satisfactory,
Nothing better, It may be repeated, has
'l over held the boards of the Boyd and tho
I theater-goer who falls to pay It a visit
Is missing ono of the season's greatest
The company presenting the play Is sus
ceptible ot somo Improvement, but Is, on
tho who o, adequate. Mr. Frederic iiotul
Is tho rich manufacturer with an Irascible
disposition, who signs tho register as Itcrr
William Clesccko of Derlln, and ho gives
a capital Interpretation of tho part. Charles
Uanford Is Frederic Sctdler, a lawyer, and
la qutto satisfactory. Fred Summcrfluld
Is Prof. Walter Hlnt,2leman, Ph. D and
he could scarcely havo given a more sat
isfactory and intelligent portrayal of the
lovahlo character of the old scholar. Cora
Ardcll, desplto the fact that she has had
tho part of Joscpha, hostess of tho Whlto
Horse, for but a few days and war, evidently
under considerable nervous tension, was
altogether charming In tho role. She
reads her lines with flno effect nnd her
work otherwise was thoroughly good. Char
lette Crano was eminently pleasing as
Otllllo Clesccko and Delia Clarko wns
wholly admlrablo as tho datighter of tho
professor. Tho remaining characters ac
quitted themselves creditably.
The plcco Is beautifully staged, although
tho samo scttlnga aro carried through tho
thrco nets. Tho real rain storm with
which tho first net closes Is a striking bit
of realism which must bo seen to bo an
predated. Tho engagement ends Tuesday
night, with a special matlnco on election
Tho most pretentious offering made to the
publlo by tho Orphcum management this
seoson fivo songs by Jesslo Bartlett Davis
opens a program for tho week of general
merit. Mrs. Davis In vaudeville has tho
Bamo raro charm which won her favor amid
tho glitter and dash of Uarnaby's following,
ana ncr personality is as womanly nud at
tractlvo as ever. Tho setting of her number
was n triumph of local stago carpentry,
none of tho accompaniments being carried
by tho singer. The sccno was nn Interior.
richly furnished nnd lighted generously with
electricity. Mrs. Davis mado no classical
selections, tho numbers being "It's Just
Hccnuso I Love You So," "Oood Night, Ile
loved," "Rosary" and finally a verse from
"O, Promise Mo.' Mrs. Davis' volco Is ln
the full maturity of Its powor and quality.
"To lloston on nuBlness," a comedy skit
by Charles Wayne nnd Anna Caldwell, pro
ceeded at a lively pace, both mcmberti being
possessed of unusual dash and vigor. A sim
ilar contribution was given by Morrltt and
Murdock, both gifted ufl to elocution and
stago deportment. Henry C. Stanley and
Dorla Wilson glvo tho third sketch on tho
program, "UcfOro tho -BaU."
Tho Brothers Martlno furnish tho aero
batlc feature and deport themselves In a
surprising way on a. table with a very clastic
surfuce. Ozav and Delmo show skill with
their hands In a Juggling net and J. W. Win
ton manipulates some llfcllko automatons.
Thero Is little of merit In tho burlesque
performance which opened nt the Trocadcro
Sunday afternoon from tho standpoint of
healthy theatrical amusement, nlthough as
n drawing card Mr. Dlnkln's "Vagabonds"
proved themselves quite magnetic, for at
both of tho opening day performances tho
box office mnn was compelled to sorrowfully
turn people away. "Tho Lady or the Lob
ster" and "Fiom tho Tenderloin to Toklo"
aro the opening and closing musical skits,
There Is ample opportunity ln each for the
Introduction of specialties, but tho specialty
artists who essay to do tho Introducing are
hardly cnpablo of reaching cvqn plain mcdl
The vaudeville portion of tho program Is
a diversified one, Ub most Interesting feature
being tho trapeze performance ot the threo
Nudos.. These artists aro versatile ln their
mld-alr feats and accomplished In gymnastic
skill. ,For tho delectation of those who take
Interest ln nauseating knock-about and
drag-out turns Topack and Steele and Mor
rls and Daley reach the limit. The four
Mlgnanls In their "musical barber" act In
troduco something out ot tho ordinary and
produce music of nil sorts from the furnish
ings and, tools usually seen ln a barber shop,
OBJECTS TO CURIOUS FOLKS
Valet Jnnra, Aocimcd of Participation
In Murder of Rice, llldea Hlin
nelt from Visitors.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4. Many curious
people went to tho Bellovuo hospital this
afternoon In tho hope ot seolng Charleu
Jones, valet of tho dead millionaire, Rice.
The curious walked up to tho prison ward
whero Jones lies behind a big screen, aud
tried to peer in at him, nut ho was
effectually hidden from view. Ho objects
to visitors and In fear that the screen will
not provo cffectlvo enough to keep him
from sight, he uses a newspaper to hide
behind. He has a holo cut ln the mlddlo
ot this about the size ot a Btlver dollar
and peeked through tho hole at those out
side tho ward.
Two young women arrayed In gorgeous
apparel as to color, woro admitted to the
prison ward by passes during the afternoon
and Inquired for Jones. 'Their1 names
could not be learned and Jones was simply
told that two women wanted to see him.
Ho did not even Inqulro who they were,
but sent word that he did not want to
see them. Thoy hurriedly went oway.
Jones read the Sunday papera all day
and .was In very good spirits and seemingly
not depressed at all. It Is expected ho will
bo ln condition to go back to tho Tombs
ln a day or two.
Wlndup at I'lattnuiouth.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special.)
Aftor a few pntrlotlo selections by tho
B. & M. band Saturday evening tho now
Parmolo theater was quickly filled to Its
utmost capacity by thoso who desired to
see tho beautiful new playhouse lighted
and bear tho last rally ot the campaign,
Tho Scandinavian quartet of Ashland and
the Pluttsmouth News quartot favored the
audience with some cholco music. Hon. It
B. Windham predicted tho election of tho
entire republican county, state and legtsla
tlvo ticket and then Introduced tho speaker
of tho evening, Hon. W. F. Gurley of
Omaha, who was given tho best of attention
und hlH remarks frequently applauded. On
the Btago were seated Judge W. II. Newell
the next state senator from this county;
M. L. Frtedrich and Richard Wllklnsln
candidates for representatives from this
Seventh district; Presiding Elder Vau
Fleot, Rov. Asa Slecth, Georgo L. Farley,
C. S. Polk, R. C. Fellows, Georgo M. Spur
lock, Ami Todd and Jesse L. Root.
Rally nt Illverton.
RIVERTON, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special Tele
gram.) Ono of tho greatest political dcm
onstratlons ever held In Franklin county
was that of Saturday under the repub
ltcans' charge. Fully 350 people were pres
ent and heard able addresses by Mrs. Mary
E. Lease, W, II. Summers, John L. Ken
nedy and Hon. W. S, Morlan, republican
candidate for congress from the Fifth dis
trict. The McCook Brlgado band and drum
corps furnished some excellent music for
the occasion. Ono ot tho splendid features
ot the day was tho large tluumlnated pa
rade composed of uniformed marching
clubs, braBS bands, etc., In tho evening,
It was ono ot themost enthusiastic, meet
ings ever held In southwestern Nebraska
and much good for tho cauao ot tho srand
old party of patriotism In progress will re
School Hoy llnurd to Dentil,
CHARLESTON, fi. C, Nov. 4. Thomas
Flnley Brown, 12 yenrs old. Is dead from In
lurles received while being hazed at the
Portermll academy last Monday. Following
a rormcr custom tne noyH uruppeu mm inio
a cemented Hwunming nasin twelve reet
deei). The basin wan dry at the time and
the lad received Internal Injuries from the
ran. lie am not give tne names or tno
cadets who hnd 111 treated him and It Is
.OPEZ CETS HIS ANSWER
President Schurinan of Cornell Eoplics to
NDEPENDENCE FOR FILIPINOS IMPOISIBLE
Dlverflltlr.of liner, Lamcnaae nnd
lit Mil in, Together vrltli Iitnoriince
ot Seli-niT of Government, Pre
clude Idea of Nntlounllty.
BUFFALO, N. V.. Nov. 4. Prof. Jacob
Gould Sch.urman, who passed through this
city this afternoon enrouto from tho west
to Ithaca, handed to tho Associated Press
tho following reply to nn open letter ad
dressed to him by Slxto LopVz:
Mr. Slxto Lopez's open .otter of tho 3d Inst.
addressed to mn. nltliniiiili I have not vnt
seen It except In tho newspapers, Is a gratl-
i) ni. nruui ot tne correctness oi tno report
of tho Philippine commission. Mr. Lopez
by his declarations continue all 1 havo said
ot the promising educational possibilities In
the Philippines nnd of the admirable char
acter of thu educated Filipinos, few though
they nre, who muy bo taken ns a typo nnd
promise of the future. Nor does Mr. Lopez
deny thnt tho musses of tho Inhabitants of
tho Philippine Islands of nil tribes nud races
nre uneducated and very Ignorant. Further
more, by silent acquiescence In the report
of our commission, Mr. Iopez acknowl
edges thnt the majority of tho Filipinos
i-iiucr iiesirw American sovereignty, as is
tho case with the men of rduoattou nnd
property, or acquiesce in It, or are indiffer
ent to It. mill llmf ttin rfnmiltlil fur huln.
pendence originated with tho ambitious
' uiniirgeiii leaders who nave (lit-
fused It with lire nnd sword, aided by
ntroclous mlsrcpicscutatloiitt of tho alms
and purposes of the United Htntes.
Lastly, tho Filipino does not question the
find ng of our commlralon, thnt tho In
habitants of the Philippine Islands aro
marked bv creut iintiirnl nml trltml tllnVr.
enccs, by Immense varieties of aoclnl con
ditions, which range all the wny from the
civilization of Manila down through all
phases of barbarism to tho naked savage of
Mindanao and northern Luzon, bv n be
wildering multiplicity of. languages which
nro tnutunllv unintelligible, bv ilonne Imio.
rnnco on tho part of tho masses of the peo-
inu, uy uiu uunenco oi union nnu concert
and the lack of the Idea nnd sentiment of
nationality and by the nbsoluto inexperi
ence of all classes In tho affairs of govern
ment which Spain nlwnyB kept In Spanish
And tho consequenco to bo drawn from nil
this Is equally Indisputable, nor does Mr.
Lopez seek to dlsputo It, namely, that thu
VlirloUR nnd lllvprnlnml tumuli. nt llin IMill.
Ipplno Islands nro at the present time In
cnpnblt of being considered ns a Nation;
tney aro utterly unlit to accept Hovcrelgnty
over tho archipelago, oven If tho American
people wished to Invent them with It, nor
have they any hope of ever becoming u
free nnd self-governing nation, except In
tho continuance of Amerlcnn sovereignty
over them, and ln the puaro, prosperity and
ever-increasing liberty of self-government
which tne American nag guarantees to
them. Pull down our ling and you leave the
Philippines a prey to intornnl feuds and do
mestic Insurrection) which would iititrklv
beget anarchy. This would necessltato the
Intervention of foreign powers for tho pro
tection ot tno iivch nnu property of tnclr
subjects. Of course, tho Islands would
eventually bo divided up among them and
tho Filipinos would exchungu tho free In
stltutloiiH nnd homo rulo which the Ameri
can Deonle drslin iih hdiim n nnnHlliln nml
in tne largest degree practicable to bestow
upon them for the kc nu I no imuerlallsni of
old world emperors, klngH nnd czars. It Is
ino 'mission ot our republic to navo tno
1'inninos. who in irenerni nrn mnn nrntn.
Islnif. estimable and even lovabln tientiles
from the cruel fate and to train them up to
tno use ot iree institutions nnu tnu nonie
work of8elf-KOvernment Just oh cmlcklv
and ns generously as they or any portion of
mora cun oe inuueeu to exercise a civic
function bo arduous nnd so unaccustomed.
IIELLWOOD DEFEATS THE INDIANS.
Genoa Redmen Vnalile to Hold the
Rnaltea of the Winner.
DAVID CITY. Nob.. Nov. 4 fHnorlnl
Telegram.) Bellwood defeated the Genoa
Indiana nt loot ball Here today. Hcprc: 34
to 0. Every man In tho Bollwood team
played a' fine game. The Indians were to
tally Unable to ston Bellwood'H end mint
and rtiHhcH. Jim Slado broke, through the
lino repeatedly for long gains, once for
miny-iive and once ror rorty yards, his
lino bucking has never been equalled here.
Dlsnev. Judlvlno and Cliff Shi dp nit made
long gulna through the line nnd around the
ends. A big crowd enthused the game,
which wan clean throughout. Tlmo of
halves: Thirty minutes. Tho lineup
Mcntz Left end
Sheridan Loft guard....,
Thompson Left halfback...
Day Right halfback!.
linker Quarterback ...
Mitchell Fullback Slado
Touchdowns: Dlsnev. Judlvlno (2). H ade
Slado (2). Goals kicked: Slude, 4. Referee
Sample. Umpire: Doty.
Hlttli School Derent V. M. C. A.
FREMONT. Neb.. Nov. 4.-SneclaU-The
Fremont High school eleven played a clone
game of foot ball with tho Young Men's
Christian association men yesterday after
noon and won It by a. score of 11 to
10. Tho tactics used by the two teams
wero entirely different, the heavier
Christians relying on mass plays
and bucking tho lino nnd thn High school
boys on open plays and end runs. Each
scored a touchdown Iu tho first half and
failed to kick goul. In tho second hnlf the
Christians duckcii the lino ror unothar
touchdown nnd again failed to gut n goal
nnd tho boys, by good end runs by Gage
and Schroeder. cnrrled tho ball over tho
lino nnd kicked rtoal. It was a hotly con
teHted game from start to finish. For tho
association Cook did somo great work nt
halfback und Cantnln Anderson and Hollen-
beck gave good accounts of themselves.
uages enu runs and "Ted" Hcnroeder'H
Hunting told for the hoyR. Time: Twontv-
mlnute halves. Umplro: Laird. Refcreo:
Cnur Hall at .Santiago.
SANTIAGO DE CUBA. Nov. 4.-An Inter-
national gumo of baso ball played this aft
ernoon betweon Americans and Cubans re
sulted In n victory for tho Americans by a
score of 8 to 4. Thn Americans, whoso
team Included two former members of the
Nutlonul leaguu und ecvernl collegians,
wcro grently surprised by tho atlff game
played by tho Cubans, who had been prac
ticing dally for somo time. The Cuban
team Included several graduate of Ameri
can universities. Tho Athletic club haB ar
ranged n meeting for Thanksgiving day,
with u regatta In the forenoon and bicycle
ruces and other track events Iu the after
noon. Valuablo prizes will be offered by
Good Home Firearm Dend.
NEW YORK. Nov. 4,-FIreurm, son of
Rayon d'Or nnd Fldos, died this morning
of pnoumonla at Morris park. Hu belonged
to James Boden. lln won the Juvenllo
ntakeH and tho Manhattan handicap In lMi'j
and In l'JOO the Test handicap, tho Seacllff,
tho Flight and ninny others,
Pern .Normal Wlim.
NEBRASKA CITY. Nov. 4,-(Hpcclal.)-A
gnme of foot ball was played on the Argo
grounds yesterday between tho Pont Nor
mal team nnd tho Nebraska City Athletic
association eleven. The scoro was 10 to 0
In favor of the Peru team. A largo crowd
witnessed tho game.
Hnrg'larft Work at IleiiMon.
Three burglars made n good haul In the
general Btoro of James A. Howard at Ben
son early Sunday morning and escaped with
their plunder. About 2:1S o'clock they
forced open tho front door und In doing so
awakened the clerk, Jamea Peterson, who
was sleeping In the Btoro. Ho openpd fire
upon them, but tho burglnt-H stood their
ground and overpowered him. Whllo ono
stood guard over tho clork the others blew
open tho safe and secured MOO In currency,
a lot of Jowelry. gold dust nnd nuggets, 1W
in checks and drafts and n school warrant
for J100. Tho only clue left behind was u
largo wrench which had beon used in forc
ing the door.
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MPlllLiS '," Hluts. nd conditions
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No "BltUAKlNO OJT" on 'bo skin or
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ii?r .a,u,. VltHllty, Pimples on thn Face,
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"BKKAKINO OUT'' of thortUenso on the skin
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WEAK MEN r'OHS oi' Manhood from
i-vit i ii cruses or ViirilMs ao Nkhvous
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AND THE B'GCEST STAR
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Prices Matlneo Gc, C0c.
AV T BItVAN spcuits at this theater ufter
UT. il'ay '"1 election returns will h
read from thu stuge.
Haturday "The Fortune Teller."
Krlday-"The Hlnitlng Ulrl."
ZTfwo'BHOWH 13LI3CTION'"NI01 IT
Tel. aanit MIACU'H TIKIt'AllUllll
Over 4.W0 people saw the show yesterday -Hundreds
turned uway Night prhes, 10n.
i'Oc, 30c. Matlnco today, 10c, Mc, Hmoke If
you llko. T. W. Dlnkln's
VAOAIKIM) lll ltl.HHUl i:ilS
Tho best yet Two frolics dully Uugnse
ment Includes next Haturday night Hp"
clal: Ilemember thu two hIiowh election
night, b.l&und 11, Bulletins by special wlrs.
Meats jniiw on naio-
Bald no action win bo luiieu in the matter