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The Omaha Sunday Bee,
PAGES 1 TO 12.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER J3, 1 001 -TWENTY-EC) U R PAGES.
SINGLE COPY 1TVE CENTS.
ESTABLISHED JUNK 10, 1871.
BOERS WIS BIG RAID
TJnrfir D.wst Ths7 Olem Oat the Okl.f
British lemount Itatiaa.
ENGLISH LOSE SIX THOUSAND HORSES
Lord KUobiner'i Cmpin ii Oripphd for
the Entire Eeuii.
TRANSVAALERS DRAW NEAR TO CAPETOWN
Iiflot Freih Diiuttr Oily Fenr Hour,
frem that City.
BLOW FALLS DRAMATICALLY UPON LONDON
jKens or Benson's Defeat and Dpnlh
Conic rrlth Crnshlim Force 1'pnn
Multitude Gathered to Orrpt
llplr to the Thronr.
I PARISIAN AMERICAN COLONY
orlnl i-non Interrupted It j- HulTnlo
Crime In AkiiIh In Full
M it I Mb.
(Copyright, 1901, by Press Publishing 'o.)
BERLIN. Nov. I. -(Now York World en
hlpcram-SncrtHl Telegram. )-Thc Boers
under Deivct have raided nml cleaned oiu
the nrinclnnl British remount Atatlon In
Knnih Africa, rlixmitrhcfl from a trustworthy
iinarter there report. The station Is within
four hours of C.ipeluAii by th! railway,
Klv ilionmn.l relief horses were. Hciit there
Thr riocrh took away alt Ibo animals they
needed, lifter killing tbe rest.
Cripple Kllchncr's Cniiininnd.
LONDON. Nov. 2. (New York Worltl Ca
blrgram Spnchil Telegram.) War officials
here ray they havo no news ut Dewct'r
lmvlnc rnlflcil tbe principal iirman re
mount station In South Africa ami enptur
ine fi.noo relief hoiscs. an In reported In a
dispatch to Berlin. In urmy quarters It I
believed that tho rata occurred tureu weeks
Ago :ind that tho British rcporta of It wero
(Cop right. Ifi. b Press Publishing f '
PARIS, Nov. '.'.-(New York World Cable
gram Special Telegram.) The American
colony's toclal season, which a delayed
by President MeKlnlcy 9 assassination, is
now In lull swing.
Mlsa May Palmer, Senator Drpcw s
fiancee, thin week save tbreo ladles
luncheon for Intimate friends who yearned
most to talk with her about her coming
wedding. Her mother gavo n more Informal
luncheon to fourteen guests. Miss Palmer
bravely raised he.r glass to propose tbo
health of "Our absent friend, Senator
Chauncey M. IJepnw," without further com
Mrs. .lean Maekay ban people to luncb
with her dally In her npartmcnt and a
large party to dinner at Hotel llltr.. Dr.
Leyds, the Rncr envoy to Europe, wus Mrs.
Mackay's guest of honor yesterday
Captain and Mrs. (Amallo Kussncr)
Tiupont foudert wrie entertained In Mrs
I.oubet's lio at. the opera Wednesday night
Mr. John Sherwood kept open bonne to
celebrate her birthday. More than h thou
sand dlBtlnirulnhed persons of many nation
alltlcs passed through thn Brighton hotel
parlors In order to testify their undying
nllcglanco to their former leader, notwith
standing her reverses.
KebastUii Kchleidngrr, Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Uragglotl and Mrs. Scblcslnger
havo resumed their bi-weekly receptions In
their new home on Ayr-nun d'Antln.
Ambassador Porter ramo back from Con
stantinople, leaving his wife, at Zurich to
meet his son, daiiKhter and duughtcr-ln-law,
who came from tho United Slates.
The whole, party left Immediately for
Invitations are out to Nellie Hargous'
wedding, November 7. .1. Plerpont Morgan
cabled yesterday that he had hoped uutll
thn last minute that he would bo able to,
sail In tlmi! In attend It. but that he could
not poislbly disentangle himself from tho
multifarious rlalms of business upon him.
Lady Sarah Wilson entertained n number
of American-English frlendti at tbo Orand
opera. HaMng previously secured porniis
Mititiftri lt to Arringe for Einem
letnn frea Wild Oh&is.
UTTERLY UNABLE TO LOCATE RUFFIANS
EridtHt that Basditi-Iare Agaii Shifted
Bate of Operationi.
BRITONS FLOCK TO BULLER
I'lrklc IoiMlitrl.v I'lllo from noli
erln nml Knlltuxltiwllrnllr Celt
ic r on Drpocd Cetiernl.
OTHERS HUNT IN A DIFFERENT DIRECTION
Priioaer'ii Now HeU Probably oi the
BLIZZARD AND SNOW SHUT OFF RESCUE
rules Mi UK House l Provided It Is
retired .MlsslixinrUs Cnnnot Sur-ihr-l,HM
l.etler I'lciidn vtltli
1'rlrnds to llurr)' Iliiusom.
fnr nillltarv reasons
f conn i,nre will erlniilo Uord slon, she took n party throush thn wines
vi.nh.nnr'.' ....mnnlen fnr the entire season, th" artors' dres)lnR rooms and the ballet
... .i, ,,.,.. iim nniv nnos hvhIIhIiIr which RlrK' foyer,
i,..i nnniimnicii. n nrocess which takes MonslRneur Oalllard'a Invitation to an 1m
,fc mnniii.i promptu supper upon the stiiRe after tho
NothlnK more dramatic could be conceived performance mk accepted. Consequently
than thn news of the tremendous dlsaater there was a commingling of singers and
to Colonel lienson's column near Tlraken- society folk. All highly enjoyed tho
laaKt" eastern Transvaal, coming upon bohemlan fete. The theater orchestra bad
i.,,r,.innv 111:1.01 an they wcro gathered to been retained and several stars sang
welcome home tho duke and duchess of rollicking, foolish songs, but nothing from
rrnu:,n ami York. ThankH to tho cgrc- opera. The evening's entertainment ended
clnus rtunldlty of tbo War olllcc, the effect with Cleo do Merode, supported by twelve
of I'vls blow was enormously InlenHllled, lesser lights, dancing a modern ballet.
Aia.i i.urno3ely withheld the evil tidings .Mr. nnu .Mrs. newin nave arnveu
troll ihe mnrnlnir newspapers. So It caino Mrs. belter and tho Misses belter havo
tilth appalling freshness upon tho would-be gono to London
Depression and dismay wero observed on
all hands and, though the royal travelers
wero cheered. It whs cbterlnK of a per
functory, half-hearted character, entirely
devoid of enthusiasm. Tho effect was also
helehtened by tho false hopes which had
been raised by tho recent speeches ot
Cbambcrlalu and uthcr-ministerialists.
(.Copyright, 1W1, by Press Publishing Co,)
SA.MAKOV. Hulgarlu. Nov. (New 'iork
World Cablegram Special Telegram.) The
inessengcra aeut from bore to get lu com
munication with tho brigands who hold
Wen M. Stonu In captivity, to arrango
to rnnsom her, have returned bafllcd. Thoy
wero unable to Hnd tho ruftlans, who ugalu
had changed their base. Other agents bavo
been Kiiit out on the same mission In an
other direction. It Is supposed that Miss
Stone has been taken back to tha neigh
borhood of Ncvrokop and probably Is on
A blizzard and heavy snowfall havo made
traveling lu tho mountains there Impos
sible. UnlcsB Miss Stono and her com
panion, Mrs. Tsllka, are sheltered lu a
snug hoiifc, It Is feared they cannot sur
vive the Inevitable hardships and exposure.
Hope M11: Is Mill Ally c.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. Tbo letter
received from Miss Ellen M. Stone, tho
American missionary, referred to in these
dispatches yesterday, which It was nald
had been written two days previously,
turns out to bo a few hurried lines on a
scrap of paper received at Samakov a week
ago, but written 11 month before that, In
which Mlxs Stono wroto of the approaching
expiration of the date, October 8, Hot tor
tho payment of the ransom demanded by
thn brigands, and asked her friends to hurry
up the money. The missionaries who are
working for Miss Stone's release believe
flio is still alive.
(Copyright, 1W1. by Tress Publishing Co.)
I.OND0N, Nov. S. (Now York World
Cablegram Special . Telegram.) Although
rireat Ilrltatn If foundly stirred by Sir
flcdvcrs Hullcr' latment, every minis
terial paper ol Ucnco rigorously sup
presses all m(' t of bis name, nobs'
popularity has ' transferred entirely to
Duller, and no- S3 places of public enter
tainment merit . of Dobs' namo Is re
ceived In sllei ' r with hostllo demon
strations, whlli. , ler's excites fiautlu en
thusiasm, Duller repudiate', ha a fabrication tbo
message alleged to have hecu hellograpln'd
by him to Sir Ocoye White ot tho Colenso
defeat and published by the editor of tho
National ncvlcw,'M"ho has been Duller'
most vlrulonl encJny. Duller says ho did
not direct White' to surrender, but coun
selcd him If surrender wn Inevitable to
adopt certain nienjiirct; to minimize Us
War Minister Droflerlek Is be4ng ap
pealed to from ono'encf.ot the country to
the other to publlK'rhVi odlclal text of the
nellogram, nut inc. .ministerial poiiuj.
docilely followed by .Mho. ministerial press,
is 10 crusn uuiiprajy siciuuasuy ignormK
him. Moreover, Drorterlrk has refused per
mission to publish tec hellogram.
fiesnlto denials It is belloed that tho
luke of Norfolk, the earl marshal and
hereditary marshal 'of England, premier
duke, premier earl, knight of the first class
of thn Noble Order -of Christ, 1b about to
make 11 becond romantic marriage In his
Lady Allen 1'ltzw llllam, who Is 2 years
M .. .n nnl r.t. t-npo h ii liftnn 11 mirun tn I n .
her father. Earl FHzwiiiiam (wuo lately .nnncr
passed his 8th birthday), became 11 Catho
lic nnd her family cut off all relations with
her. She afterward met tho duke of Nor
folk at. Cardinal Vaughnn's, and out of
nympathy for her In her rollglous perfect!
VOTE WILL BE LIGHT
fUgiitratien fihewi a Tremendoai Fall frem
Last Year' Figtrte.
THE BEE BULLETIN.
Foreran for Nebraska -Fair. Colder. Sun
day. rold Wave. Monday, Knlr, Probably
'llrlncr In Western Portion; Northerly
TABULATED COMPILATION OF RETURNS
Ripib1ica.ii Item to Have Better of it
RAIN AND INDIFFERENCE THE CAUSE
Eelf-Dlifraiohind Voters Nnmber Nearly
Twenty-Eight Per Cent.
ALL READY FOR THE BALLOT BOX
The Hcc Presents Complete Mntlstlt's
of HcKlstrntlon, Kspcclnlly Until
crcd from Kcry District In
Omnhn nnd ftoulh Omntm.
(.rand Totnl HcKlstrntlon
1 110 1
llppnbllcnns . ,
Demur rills . , ,
X11 Answers . ,
I llrltlsli l.nsp llrmlb to Doers.
Ml Monc's Cnptorn Awnlii I'.scnpo.
Vote In Uinnliii Will He Miiht.
Ilnducr M'orrlcd lir CornliusUcrs.
'2 I'nn-Anirrlenn Clixrs n 1,orr.
Drnlli of ,llm I'lsU's Mncr
ItnrlliiKton's Plnttsniiiiitli llildue.
rhlnn llruriuli's n Tlntcfnim.
it l.ltieoln lllKh llcfpnts Omnlin.
Mnlr Oltli'lnN tin lliinic to ule.
llouslii(r II n 1 1 ' nt llciitrlcp.
Eolith DnUotii Itcports Mltld1p.
.I CoIiiiuIiIh MhiIm (lut (liiukcrs,
Cnnfpsscs liner TrncK I'rninl.
fi Cuolwiisr. DiM'liirril to Hp Xhiip.
Woninn In ('lull nml clutrUj.
l.nsl WreU In (limilin !oi'lpt).
7 ontli (iniiilin nnd lis Affairs.
H limn Tpnclicrs nt tlic lllufTs.
CoiiKrcsK of I'nii-AniPrlcnn.
II Cn 111 111 1 lis SoiirIiI hy mv irU.
Ilpllone l.osps to Tntior.
10 llhlo's lirrnl .pnl In nn Off Yrnr.
limn MiiniiKPrs I'luure .Mnjorll.
11 Tnrulim the lliisc Hull 'Wheel.
Mlssmirl 'l iners (lie .el 1'rej.
14 'Wo mil III llcr AV'iiys mid AVIiluis.
Ifi Amnspiiipiils nnd Muslcnl Notes.
1H ".o (II her M'n," li- Wnltcr Hcsant
IT Mrnrnmin Terinlniites Trentles,
IVnr llpjeellnn of Cniuil Trcnt.
'I'linnksKlvliiK Diiy Is Proeliilnicd.
ri ill 1 11 11 Aitrrrs (o Pay l'riincc.
18 r.illlnrlnl nnd Coiuiiicnt.
Ill U0.7 lit 1" Onuiliu .School Hnnrd CiuniuilKn
.iH" '-t'l Cnndlllnii nt lluslncss In Omnlin
ANYTHING BUT SCORE
Cetnhiikeri Able to Do as Hey Please
Fxctpt Count Peiiti.
WALK ROUGHSHOD OVER THE BADGERS
But Wiieoniii Oete Eijchtiin tJiiU to
MADISON FINDS STUBBORN DEFENSE
Iti Qriater Experioice Oeanta Againit the
MAKES STEADY GAINS IN SECOND HALP
Vlsltom Tliercltj- PriMcnted from Ols
plnliiK Their IIITciislc Ability, .o
C'onsplcnons In I'lml Period
llndurrs ,nn IVnr fiophers,
Wisconsin, ISi plirnsKn. 11.
MILWAUKEE, Nov. C.-(Speclal Tele
graui.) Minnesota, 13; Nebraska, 0. Wis
consin, IS; Nebraska, u.
Tboso two sroren tell the story of tb
tight for the western font ball champion
shin from tbu Ncbraskan point of vlow.
Co mine roll. I nnd llimn.lnl p. Alter additional practli o slnrc the meeting
Tcmpcriiturc nl O11111I111 Yesterday 1
. . .Ill
." n. ni .VI
li 11. 111 ,Vt
7 n. in ,;t
n. 111 1
i) h. iii no
HI n. id ... .
II 11. m. . . .
I p. in ...
- p. in ... .
:i p. in ... ,
This table gives tho complied figures of
(ho reeltmllnn fnr Omaha nnd South
Hon tho duke. It is alleged, proposes " 0ranha, closed Inst night, preliminary to
marry her. . thn election next Tuesday. A light vote,
It Is a singular fact that he married his .. fnr ,. nff VPHr. ,,rfi.al:0,i i,y tho
first wife, Lady Flora Hastings, under pre- (rpmcdo,,,, fBuB off In tho number of
clscly similar circumstances. She, too, rppptorei voters as compared with last
turned Catnollc ann wh oisownea uy uur ., .
FOOT HAM, .SATIfHIIAV.
father. Damn nonnlngton. Tho duke met
her at the house of his brother. Lord Ed
mund Talbot, and marrred her.
It In believed that the Fltzw llllam fam
ily, like Donniugton's, will bo only too
pleased 1o forglvo Lady Alice's change of
faith If It brings a dukedom In Its train.
Joseph Vlrnff. Inteiitnr of flnplil
TrlPKrnp'i?'. Dies Without
nrnpliiK Ills Fruits.
YERKES A MASTERFUL MAN
CLOSES Hj- Ills Quiet Decision nnd Frank
Thnrnuchiipss lie Has His
War In London.
.JOHN.. REDMOND'S MISSION
Ireland Wnlchcs with Keenest Inter
est Ills I'roRrrss in tho
l ulled Mate.
(CopyrlEht. 11 1, by Prcsn Publishing Co)
DUnLlN, Nov. -. (New York World Ca-
(Copyricht. inni. by Press Publishing Co.)
LONDON. Nov. 2.-(New York World Ca-
(Copyright, IM, by Press Publishing Co.) blegram Special Telegram.) C. T. Yerkes
huija i'f,hi, iiungiiry, ,ov. u. irvew has mado a noticeable Impression upon Ar-
York World Calilegram-Sperlal Telegram.) bltrator iJiiicion tind -ifi . coucerned In
SMALLPOX SPREADS IN LONDON
Court Circles lllslnrlicd by This Ncrr
Obstacle, to Cnronntlnn
The grand total of the registration for
lf0l Is 10,2.11 for the two cities, as against
Jfi.Tia for moo, tho shortage being 7,152, or
nearly "S iier cent.
This decline Is atcrlbcd to the in
clement weather that overtook belated
voters who had neglected to register until
the lust, day and also tbo pronounced In
difference of voters to the Issues raised
In tho pending rampalgn.
Ilcpulillentis Fare lle.ttcr.
Dy pirty affiliations the rerubllranc seem
to have fared better In tho stay-at-home
vote than their opponents. The repub
licans of the two cities registered U.122, as
ncalnst 11.33a a year ago. Combining the
opposition, the total this year Is S,10!. as
aca nst 12.375 n WOO.
If the votes wero cast arcorning 10 me
-A brilliant- career . wV suddenly nde'd
this week with tho death, at the ago of
31 year?, of Joseph Vlrag, an Inventor of
the marvelous rapid telegraphy which vn
first described In these dispatches somo
time bko. Vlrag and Pollak, two engineers,
applied an optical telephone, which they
had constructed, to telegraphy, and suc
ceeded in telegraphing from 70,000 to 80,000
(Copyright, lfnt. by Press ruhllsblnir Co )
LONDON. Nov. 2. (Now York World
Cablegram Special Telegram. ) A new ob- I
stacle to tbe coming coronation festivi
ties Is profoundly disturbing court circles. rcrord of y miations the republicans
Smallpox Is spreading In" London, The wouM carry county by a larger ma-
cases are not numerous 111 urca-ini, i iur., . .han CVcr
are distributed over every London district . . no ,ncMentf) nt 0f tho usuat
and are virulent, win an apnprmaiiy nign iin ,n (he (h(rd day.B vork of rcs8tr. j
mortBiiiy. ,.11 is rrcogni IWWW"? -,.- ypHfRrdr.nr.th Prtles-bad ,n pd-
that if the1 dlf-eass Is )iol stumpM out ne- orna nf n.-rinet men out bustling
Wisconsin, ISj ,chriiskii, (I.
Miicoln, S llmnhii, O.
Ilentrlcc, Utt W)iuorc, (I.
CrclKhton, .it .'rt Crook, O.
Duvlil ( Hj. UN Mntni-d, (I,
.rhrnskn Cll-. I-' Weeping; Witter, 5
llchrou, lilt nilgsr. (I.
Tnhor, lilt llelletnc, O,
lilim, -Jit Knn, II.
Ties Mollies, III .S(, II.
(Srlnuell. ."1 Dps Mollies, It,
t'nliimlilii. Ill I. of l II.
Illinois, ISi liidlniin. II.
Mli'blunn, UV! Cnrllslc, O.
I'hlciiKo, I7 llcloll, 17.
Iliirtnnl, ISi llromi, II.
Vale, fit Wesl Point,
Princeton, St Cornell! (I.
Dnrtnioiith. AVrsloun, II'.
Ilnvcrfnrd, .In bun Hopkins, O.
l,nfnette. lift t l.chlnh, 1).
Ohio Med.. Ol Wash 11 ml .leff., (I.
I'lirilim, Cnsc School, O.
Illinois Weslenii, I'Jt llosr, II.
Notre Dnmr. lilt l.nke l-'oresl, O,
.nsli llle. at iiniipc, (I.
JVnrth Carolina. -7i l.cnrnila, O.
Hoi- Cross. .'17 I'lillllps-Anduvcr, II.
Wlllliims, :KM llnmlllon, O.
Hates, 17t Colli, II.
Homestead, 101 Penn. Mate, I).
Wnslilnulon. 12) .ashvllle, 11.
yjtjtjBUhcr.s:.) OJtrrJ'H.o, JUJ.... .
Atinniiiills, Dickinson, (I.
the Doard of Trado Inquiry to dctcrmlno torn spring tho fcatlvltles. ns far as the yotern but their labors dragged heavily.
whether the underground railway elee- attendance nf visitors is roncerne.r, are results, and when the rain began iAiTCD Dl AVQ AM nVCPTIIPC
tricity shall bo by tho Canr. or tho center destined to be a failure In any event, and . , aftcrnoon ,0pe ot a full WIN I Cn tLH 13 HIM UVCniUnC
rail Rystcm. Mr. Yerkes gave his views the London tradehmen and hotel keepers rPRgtrat0D vanished
at Mlnuetota tbu Nibraska foot ball team
has been nblc to show tho Dadgcr eleven
M'&s uneiiual to the (lophers, whom they ura
to meet a little later In the season.
The score today was not a sample of
ha Ncbraskans ically did to the Dadgcr
warriors. The men from the west wero
able to go through, around nnd over tho
Wisconsin men and did about unythlni;
they wished, except to score. That they
were unable to do. Wisconsin wan com
paratively unable to break through tho
Nebraska Hun and from the Dadgcr stand
point tbo Wisconsin detcuse was weak, but
tho trcater experience of the meu from
Madison was able to outdo tho Llncnlultes.
Thn game started at 2 35. Tobln kicked
off for Nebraska to Wisconsin's llve-ynrd
line aud Marshall returned tho ball ten
yards. Driver punted to the center of th!
Held. Drain caught tho ball, but was
downed In his tracks by Curtis. Plllsbury
and Crandall were sent against tho Wis
consin line, but In each Instance failed to
gain, Plllsbury kicked out of bounds. Tho
ball was now on Wisconsin's twenty-yard
line. Cochtms and Larson wero trent In
turn against tho Nebraska ends, but weio
held without gain. Larson went through
the center. Cochems went around left for
five yards, but was forced over the foul
line. Wisconsin tried a mass play nnd lost
the ball 'on a fumble. Nebraska lost thu
ball on a mistaken signal. Driver kicked
out of bounds. Nebraska tried a tandem,
but failed to gain.
Nebraska tried a fake pass in order to
get Wisconsin off tide. The referee warned
tho Cornhuskers not to try that again or
they, would forfeit the ball.r -Klnsburr
made a pretty plunge through Wisconsin's
tackle for five yards Hnd m.ldo a gain
through tbo center. ,
Westover went through left tackle for a
small gain and Kingsbury hurdled the cen-
blegram Special Telegram.) Tho progress words an hour
of John nedmond'a mission In tho united Thn first trial was so successful that Mr
States Is Matched hero with keen Interest, Dakor, manager of an American cable corn-
while tho Kngllsh politicians are following pany, said It would make him hHppy for
It with feverish anxiety. Tho aotl-Irlnh llfo If he could carry off the. llttlo ap
Dress In Great Drltaln freely predicts that paratus that bad performed such wonders
Itedmond and his associates will meet with Ho said It was hl.s duty to cxamlno all new
llttlo encouragement because of tho Inventions In telegraphy and that never
btrength of Anglo-American sympathies. had he seen an Invention approaching this
T. W. Hussell. M. r.. a member of Lord In cleverness
Salisbury's previous government and tho Tho Inventors wero not satisfied, however,
most effective of all the Irish opponent of and continued Improving tho appa
Tho fleurrs of the third day's registra
tion by oting districts and party affilia
tions, with the comparative figures for tho
wards for last year, ary as follows:
with such nulet decision. w so thor- w-lll be pretty well ruined after tho previous
oughlv armed at all points and was so losses due to tho war and Queen Victoria's
frank In bis testimony that ho alono Is be- death.
llnved in havo overthrown tho caho for the Tho stato ot King Kdward's health eon
finn Rvsirm. which ho ulrenuoiifclv on- tlnucs to bring out conflicting opinions
nosed. from tho nignesi auinoriiips among urn
I ..... .... ..LI t ...II,
Thn vln nn nf nnrier.-rnnnil run i Iran- meillCII lOUrnaiH, yei lliu puuiiu "ill tun
dl In Lniwlnn Ii. havlne a tremendous boom, tlnue to DCIIOVO no nas cancer iiniesn hum
The rapltallrcd value of the new schemes, unequivocal omcini ncniai is puniiMic.i. ,
for which parliamentary franchises will bo The absence of such a denial strengthens 1
asked nt the next session is $2.10.000,000. the suspicion that something is wrong. As fi
Rxpert opinion Is steadily tending against a result or tms Binio 01 unccriain y. . ? ;;
further den level tube construction, as business dependent upon the coronation Is s
the Inevitable delay In working the ele- arrested. Order nre be c f Thlrd day.. "2
...,., U. r.n!.,l .rlnn nefeel. ren. all kinds Of goods. thO letting Of IlOUSCS U
Sintli Oerlng deep love, tubes Impracticable for t "Jstll, and t ere 1s ' - Tout, jgjl
First Siioh of the Season Visits ter for live yards twice in succession.
Westover again vlerccd Wisconsin a left tor
a gain of four yards. Drain dropped back
and tried for a placo kick, but failed. Mar
shall got. th ball and mado a return,
cleverly dodging tho entire opposition. Ho
Omaha and Is Distributed with
Vlttiir Throiittb the MkIiI.
Having been duly heralded by the offl
Dlctrlct. Jtep. Dcm. Pop. No Ans. T'FJ. ,.a voice winter crossed the threshold last dropped tho ball and Juneau recovered It
t effective of all the Irish opponents of and continued Improving tho apparatus until 'rmg oee . .em iu.ic .. i , anything In antlcl- Total, iW..
adstone's home rule, has written a book they succeeded In obtaining beautifully clear fort HMnnccs, bhallow ' "rground nclina , m Mt uko
. Ireland confesslnu- "I have changed writing on the receiver. This was so valua- train tracks like those In Doston arc al- u
y re d Irish history Wo that for Its sake they reduced the speed ready projected by the l-ndon county coun- Pce. d , r c,
over again, I see things In a wholly differ
cnt light. I understand men like Red
mond, Dillon and O'Drlen for tho flrt time.
1 do not agree with all their alms and aspl
to iii.u'iu worns an nour. iney kiso nan n cn aiunu um iiruiciiHu hi.jiuuhiuii- Uriiinri OAIIPACIIC MnilMTAIMC
successful trial between Chicago and New best method ot relieving congestion of JUNNtL UAUUAoUo lYlUUlM I MIIMo
York In all weathers. The Invention Is now traffic, and provldlug rapid transit.
complete and was about to bo adopted, It is Karl Carrlngton bas demanded of the .tuppiidnns Ttnllroad Projpct Includes
rations, but I can fool .omethlng of what VI' the telegraph companies In the county council that the theater commute.,
world, but Just nt tho moment when full shall prohibit further performance lu the
. 1 w o ii.ji,,m lln,,j .u. success was about to reward tho inventors Hippodrome by the woman linn tamer,
1r1r.11 ' .,, lVl.,,v, one of them was seized with a virulent Clare Helllot, on account of their perilous
n More Twenty-Three Miles
crowth ot the United Irish leagua through
Dut Ireland, is resorting to desporato mcas
Ures to lerrorlro the peoplo to prevent them
from supporting It. At a meeting In Kilo-
mine this week, to which no objection was
Intimated by tho authorities, a larjo force
of constabulary suddenly rushed on the
platform and a police officer arbitrarily
proposed to prevent one member ot
Parliament from speaking, while according
permission to William Redmond
This dlrtatlon being spurned, tne ponce,
1 10 ....
Thero was no tinge of white In streot or The. hurdling ot tho Nebra3kans and their
gutter, hut the palpable substance In tho plunges through tackleH wero fierce and
air clearly distinguished the occasion as the Daubers had great difficulty In holding
the first snowstorm of tbe winter. them. Tho playing was In Wlsconsln'n
Tho snow was accompanied by a brisk territory and the Dadgers had all they
breeze from tho north, but was unable to cauri (o, to hold their own. Cortclyou, on
rise to the proportions of a blizzard owing a beautiful double pass, got around WIs-
lm. Pop. NoAtis. T't'l. to Ihe mild temperature. This essential Consln' jctt with a clear field before blm
fever and died after an Illness of thrco character. Carrlngton nay..
days. "jf a man goes into a wild beast's cagr
fr.nl I, lu tint nun fault Villi II (a ii
RUbbIA KhrUHIb A MIHAULt different thing when n woman goes in.'
Third day.. JM
Total, IDOL. 1,132
John nf Cronskdt, Fnninns Priest, Tte-
tnres Use nf Limbs to Wo 111 nil
Thronith Stun nf Cms..
was seriously rnaln chain of the Caucasus mountains from 1
panted by her I,olnl for,' nl,le3 !,0,1,h of Vladlkavkis. 2
, ,h. rrinrnrt Tho tunnel will be twenty-three mllen long
(Copyright. 1W, by Pres. Publishing Co.)
ST. PKTERSDlJUn. Nov. 2. (New York
vlthout warning and at a signal from an World Cablegram Special Telegram.) The
officer, set upon the peaceful crowd, club- famous Russian priest, John of Cronskdt, Is
ting them right and left, old men, women reported to have performed a miracle. A
and children being pursued and beaten woman unable to move her limbs was
mercilessly. carried to him. He fastened bis eyes on
William Redmond says that In all his ex- her and bade her make tho sign of a cross.
tierlence of police brutality In Ireland ho After much effort she did so. He then
never saw anything 10 unprovoked and ordered her to rise. This she did, but
cowardly. Mr. Wyndham refused to looK evidently in great pain. After a few mln-
Into the matter, grant redress or explain. I utes tho pain departed, It Is averred, and
at Father John's request she walked around
AiTflR MAY BECOME MAYOR hlra. supported by her friends, and on being Drnmntiat Knrcrd to Sketch Atnnxlnu
r" '" 1 told to go to pray nnd mako thn sign of a
(Convrlght, inol. by Press Publishing Co.)
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 2. (New York
World Cahleeram Special Telegram.) A
hold, remarkable project Is receiving attcn- Totul, 1000.. 1,227
n-h.n Mrs. nenrirn Kennel Htenned nshore Hon among tho Russian engineers. It la pro
at Liverpool nbo received a cablo dispatch posed to construct a tunnel under th
announcing that her husband
Ml In New York, so, arcompa
Uiuiuri, lliu villi ui .,i.v....., -,.v -v.. . T,Dm.
... .1 , M,.i.irt 1 ft 1 lu enni 9 nv""V"'. . ri.uu on m,
H.r II1C licxi niriiuinmii. .... m..Im!..h 1. I- lllv.l
.i. - .11.. i ..... .i..i f ,h. nioerian rnunitj m ninrut., . ......... ....
I nc null Ul lllllCMUli II nna luiviiri wi III.. I , ... V. I .V. 1 1, .
ni,.. l,r,o-l,t ,.nl..ntor In Rnlllh Afrlp. lai iniS . HlirilBIUU lui.ll. I, mill u..n ...
vnj .v.- . . .nt t.n lini-nn
. l. . u. ... . r.. ... n . i a I J II niiiiiiiui. ,.i .nt. --" i " '
unorc m- ...... n... Krom H n,ntary and commercial point of
one otJy VB :rtJ vlow the work will be of vast Importance.
an the only direct communication with
Trans-Caucasia from southern Russia Is by
n ordinary road from Vladlkavkas to
' quality to a respectable storm may not ba anj wnlt tnaklng his way for a touchdown.
lacking today, however, as the weather rye hlt cochems sprinted and brought' bin)
17 1 at wasningmn lorcsci- u wuci nmo .u.
M this section of tbo west.
Tho heml-Miow which prevailed nt Omaha
ii extended generally along the Missouri val-
Kt ley. Northeast Nebrasku reports a depcslt
' of downy snowttakew nnd further south funt
ball enthusiasts were driven Indoors by in-
710 auspicious weather.
Rep. Dem. Pop. No AliS. 1 l i
1 1 -
down near tho side line, and ten yards from
Wisconsin's goal. Dut for Cochems great
sprint Nebraska would havo bad an easy
touchdown. Plllsbury and Kingsbury wero
pushed through tho Wisconsin lino by main
force, tbe Badgers seemingly unable to
stand tho terrific onslaughts.
I'ilthtlnit Is Fierce.
The. ball wag on Wisconsin's seventy-yard
line and both teams wero lighting fiercely.
Oftlclnl F.ffort Helnn Made to Deter- Wisconsin's rooting braced tho Badgers aud
CORONER WILL FIX BLAME
Into bis promotion schemes by largo
bonuses. When Hooley failed Albemarle,
who had acted honestly, returned to
Hoolcy's estate tho sura he had received
SPIRIT ROSES FOR SARD0U
Honor nf nn KtiKllsh Town for Wll-
11 n in Waldorf During Cnro
(Copyright, 1WI, by Press Publishing Co.)
LONDON, Nov. a. (New York World Ca-
blegram Special Telegram,) William Wal
tlorf Astor Is to bo Invited to accept the
inayoralty of Maidenhead for the coronation
year. Tho retiring mayor Is W. H. Gren-
(ell, M. P., whose placu at Teplow court
adjoins Mr. Astor'n and bas been the tceno
of mom fashionable honeymoons than any
other house lu Englaud. Mr. Astor Ik not
now on the burgess roll of tbe town of
Maidenhead, but It Is proposed to got over
this difficulty by making blm a freeman of
tbe borough. Ho would receive no salary
cn mayor und tbe dutlos are purely orna
mental and nominal.
Architectural Drslun of Mu
rnrt's llonse In Jnpltrr.
(Copyright, 1W1, by Press Publishing Co.)
PARIS, Nov. 2. (New York World Ca-
blegram Special Telegram.) One night a
ANARCHIST FIRES INTO CROWD
Wounds Thu I'crsnns In a Ciathcr-
Inir nt Munich and Then
cross she moved away without assistance,
According to the Russian newspapers,
which gave tbe name of tbe woman and tho
placo where tho alleged miracle occurred,
thousands of persons witnessed all this
and all the woman's relatives and other
friends have sworn that to their certain
knowledge the woman had been a helpless
cripple for years.
POPE IN EXCELLENT HEALTH
Ills Physician Nna III) lllds Fair In
Outline Many of thr Uvll
(Copyright, 1WI. by Press Publishing Co.)
ROME, Nov. 2. (New York World Cable-
gram Special Telegram.) "Yon may tell
your readers lo XIII Is In excellont
healih," said Prof. Itmponl, the popn's
physician, yesterday. "I am convinced that
ho will outlho many of those who are now
confidently prophesying that his end I si ap
Thn pope has Just conferred an Donor
upon Archbishop Chnpelle, the apcttollc
delegate to the Philippines, whom ho has
.". "rune Z; r ; ..rawm. U was signed "Bernard Pallssy.
LEOPOLD DEFERS HIS VISIT
Klnic of the nclulnns hnys rnlte.l
Mutes Trip Continues a De
sire nf His Life.
(Copyright. 1P01, by Press Publishing Co.)
BRUSSELS, Nov. 2. (New York World
Cablegram Special Telegram.) The World
Is authorized to stnto that Mng Leopold
mine nespnnslhlllty for Im
Totul, mi.. 1.H7
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 2. An Inquiry was be-
1? sun today by Dr. R. M. Funkbouser, coro-
they fought desperately, holding Nebraska
for downs. This was the salvation ot tho
Badgers, as It gave Driver a chance In
punt and he sent the ball to thn center
of the field. Mass and end plays, with
kicks alternating, brought tho ball to Nf.
Fun rib Wnrd.
nor. Into tbo deaths which are said to bare I hraaka's ten-yard line, wh?n tbo Huskers
been caused by tetanus as tho result of 8lm i..ui nve minutes to play. Wisconsin
ffi tho administration, it Is claimed, ot a tsun tried a mass play and pushed Larson
diphtheritic nntl-tpxlne mado and ds-1 within thrno yards nf Nebraska's goal.
"5 trlbuted by tbe Board of Health. Coroner prlvor whs pushed over for a touchdown,
Kunkhouser has summoned nil or tne promt- tno ennro Wisconsin force, backing him
ncnt physicians of tho city and win en- up jn om tremendous effort to make tbo
District Rep. Dem. Pop. No Ans. T't'l. dcavor to find out what infection tnern playi with tho score b to 0 tho half ended.
1 2."i 10 .. 7 12 wny nttV0 been In the antl-toxlne admin- TnR st0ry was a llttlo different In th
2 t " ''J $ istcred to tbo children who have died, how euond half. When Wisconsin onco took
5 II 2 :.7 tho Infection occurred and to whoso fault, tD0 piln there was a steady working
I. !!"".'."!"! R2 20 .. 2 37 jf 6ny injivHual. this was due. toward the Nebraska goal by short eud
fi jl A rJ n is the. Intention of tho coroner to In- rR( plunges on center und tackles. Tho
I 3, t ! ! 7 "S vnstieate thoroughly all thn circumstances viat0rs seldom bad an opportunity to dhow
week ago, when Vl.torlen Sardou. drama- haa abandoned for the present his projected
tlst, was writing, secure against human
Intrusion, with doors nnd windows closed,
his light went nut, and was lighted again
in rapid nuccesslon, us If meant for a sig
nal. Immediately afterward a bunch ot
magnificent white roses was plr.ced before
M. Sardou upon a desk by Invisible hands.
Tho roses were fresh with dew and so fra
grant us to perfume tho wholo room. A
card uttached to Ihe blossoms bore thu
nnmo of a young woman who died twenty
five years ago, with whom M. Sardou had
had many spiritualistic communications bo-
When the light was out M. Sardou felt
a pencil thrust 'into his band and heard
a lurgc sheet of paper drawn from a shelf
and placed In frout of him. M, Sardou's
hand then began to draw furiously. At
visit to tho United States. Thn objections
of his minister., and, It Is believed, thu
ndvlco of tho Belgian minister In Washing
ton, who sounded tho Stato departmont on
tho subject, havo prevailed for the tlmu
bolng, but tho king saya be refuses to give
up the expectation of making a trip which
has been ono of tho great desires of his
OFFENSIVE TO THE KAISER
Conduct nf Ills Mihjrcts firniin Dis
respectful Annln Diirlnu In
Third day.. 312
Total. IfOt. .1.221
(Copyright, 19ol, by Press Publishing Co.)
BERLIN. Nov. 2.- (New York World Ca-
the end of ftvo minutes tho lights (lashed bipgram-Speclal Telegram.) Tho cbj.c nf
again, M. Sardou examined the work of iPjn maleaie. which wero greatly diminished
I s. HZ .I. ' o tha nan,, his hand, of which it had beeu Imposslblo durlUg tho summer, again begin to a.sume
MUNICH, November 2. There was ,'.. m the course of his stay In Rome ,0 forra lho lcjsl onceHloii during the- Ucrious proportions. It is remarked that
. , -wi-.. . rtj i ii i ...... 1' I .ii-.nf T . no u ffrtM "nprnarn Va Hum1 I . . iH. ........ ... Yw. ....... .. 1. ....
prnsaimuui mum m uuron nun ii avail- extending over several months, Mgr. 41 " ,p unniac hki" vinin iuiic id m
inf. Just before the commencement ot a r.hapelln has created a favorahlo 'impres- d famous ceramic artist of the sixteenth industrial depression, as now. Two of the
concert there a man named Hoffman bognn .ion i the highest Vatican circles, where century, and the writing along tho side strangest recent case are those of a uews-
firlne a revolver ut tho nconle In. the nn- h. u .. rri fvnritn uith Cnrdinui read: "Morart s nouse in mo planet Jii- paper which condemned the Kaisers reucp-
auditorium, wounding two of them. II ferafluo, Vannutelll and Rarnpolla, all of I'lter." Never was archttecturo more ideally Hon of Princo Cbun. and of a man who
then killed hlmhelf. Hoffman, who was whom are mentioned for the papacy nnd are dreamy man me pun nm uan.i nun sKeicniu. woum noi uso irom nis m-ui wih-u h - nccn
. untninr'g jsouiuni r-unin fmm vmUa,h . I hi. .norini frinnris nf.ir i,.:ivlit- nnmp Experts declare It Is 1 n vu I ua bl t! for arclil- was called for the kaiser at a meeting he
Baden. Anarchist 1 tcrature was found In Mgr. Chapello wll have farewell Budl- ieeiur.il RUggcsnon, nerug lu-coniiiiB 10 qc- airennco. i uc cuuur oi uiuuwm, mo
his uockot. leice with the pope, lllrlous ana unucara-oi iesmeuc pnntipics. oiuer mau mret
"o ntiendlne these deaths, "It Is too early their offensive ability during tho frrat part
"7,7. nnw." said ho tonight, "for me to express f the half, for though tho Dadgers worn
liny opinion us to whom I consider rc- ,e to moke but small gains, their gain
H?.4 sponsible. In fact, I don't know yt. But ero steady.
I am doing and will continue to do every- At the last. Just before Driver was pushel
thine- in mv nowcr to find out. I am try- through for the r.ccond touchdown from Nc
Dem. Pop. No Ans. T't'l. Ing to ascertain for certatn whether it braska's three-yard line, the galnB went
Total. i!d.. AT. 3S2
Totul. !'.').. 1.159 5i2
District. nep. Dem. Pop. No Ans. T't'l
IS thr xnrum taken from tho horse Au- marked by onn and two yurdo, but tho
!- gust 21 or at any other time that caused Bndgern did not tumble, and mado tbo
75 the unfortunate developments." requisite five yards In every three downs.
rfi Th'crn are two questions which tho In- After this touchdown thero was moro
il qulry will try to settle: First, whethor open play. Punting was frequent and tbo
tho deaths wero duo to lockjaw? nnd, sec- Ncbraskans had tho ovnl going from on-'
sni on.i if bo was tbo lockjaw duo to In- end of tho field to tho other In un effort to
1,483 .fectert s(rum7
Third day.. J
Total. 1901. .1.457
Total, 1900. .2.099
Ren. Dem. Pop. No Ans, T 1 1.
10 11 I 19 74
fii 1t .. 10 77
KS 3o 1 3 71
J I 9 1 fi M
43 9 ... 4 :
(.CostUtucd on Second l'E').
nrovent the Wlbcoiinln men from approach
ing tbe goal, At ono tlmo Drain caught
the ball on the tlvo-yard lino, was downed
on the ten-yard line umliihen a punt sent
tbe ball far back lu Wisconsin territory.
Movements of Ocean Vessels Nov. U.
ai iinnir K0111: Arrived Knight Com-
panion. iron 1 m r,., fr,lm I ' (llpttri! r.hBraeterlzd thn rest nf tho
New York, for Liverpool. came.
kA', v.irk : fnV Bremen J'Mnally. toward the end of the half. Drivir
U oiaPKOW-Salled-Harmatlaii, for Mont- punted to Nebraska's thirty-yard Hun, Ne-
real. ,, , hraska lost on dowus nnd Motfatt was
At Corona Sailed -1' liimhlrc, from ban through the rentor of tho Lincoln
1 u" Antwrip--Arrlve.I-Kenslngton. from eleven for tbo last touchdown. This w
New York. Sallcil-Vaderland, for Now , minutes before tbe end of the half a
At 1 luvro-Sallrd-LnSavolc,
f' 1. ... 1 1 .1 IF It A f al nt f.m Vrt. I . n
At uremrn nrtucu 11. .'viti, 1 viht Uritiin 1
York.. ,. . . . at lnttl t Pamm. Abbott..!-. K.
. -. ..twl lVii-iiirtT ITiiAiiri!! from I -V T . n
Southampton und CherbourKi Umbrlu, from Kerum ,....L. O.
Liverpool: Pretoria, from Hamburg. Sailed Kkuw ....C.
-.pnteduni. for Rotterdam, via Boulogne: fiehrelber R. (..
Aller, for Genoa, etc.: Campania, for Liver. Curtis R. ,'
:...,.i. MimipiinnllH. for London: Man ton. .limnim R. I..
i r.iirimi! ppiuisvlviinlii. for llambur
via Plymouth und Cherbourg: Furncsslu.
At Yokohama Arrived Braemar, from Moifatt and Driver.
Seattle, for Hons Kongi 1 " "
New Hangers uimwiu
R. E Cortiilyou
H, T wes rover
n. O Brew
L. O Toblli
L T Mngnimi-v
15 C, Hhedil
g H , Dnil'i
It. II, U li. OUi-un
L. H. B Crandall
F, 13.. rllUbury.
L. H. !!
u. n. i,