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Bee asaJeSJaXnlKS : .0. J -' HA jjj PAGES 1 TO OMAHA, BWfDAV MOKNINO, OCTOHEH 4, 1903 WXTY-TWO PAGES. ESTABLISHED JUNE 19, 1871. SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS. Sunday Gma 4 M it ( GUATEMALA ALL IN Deitrootion of Coffee Crop Bringi Conn try ' to Ead of Iti Rope. FEAR ACTION OF FOREIGN CREDITORS Hope for Delay and Rilling of Hexi Crop Will Tide Country Oyer. ' INTERNAL TROUBLES ARE ALSO FEARED Ixiled Enemies of Freildent Watching for Chance for Trouble. PRESIDENT IN FEAR OF ASSASSINATION Llghte West Oat Whlln Ha Wm At teadla Baaaaet ul He la Greatly Alarmed for Ilia Safely. (Copyrlgbt. !, by Ptmi publishing Co.) CITY OF MEXICO. Oct. S.-(New Tork World Cablegram Special Telegram.) lat eat and moat confidential advlcee from Guatemala atata positively that the Repub lic of Guatemala la on the verge of bank- t ruptcy. Manuel Hurtado, moat prominent In his country'! affaire, was Interviewed by a World correspondent today. Benor Hurtado was vary pessimistic about Guatemala. He Reamed to fear the Inter vention of European powera to forcibly de mand payment of debts that haa ben de ferred only too long. Ona can see easily the complicatlona that might arise out of such a demand regarded from the opposite view point of the Monroe doctrine. No need to look further than Venezuela. Bald Senor Hurtado, with earnestness: "Until now Guatemala haa met all her ob llgatlona despite the many disasters which have overtaken the country. Thia because of the flourishing conditions consequent upon tha abundant coffee crops. Since the de struction of the coffee plantations by tha eruptions of Santa Maria volcano these con ditions have ceased, and while the savings of tha nation hava sustained the govern ment's credit until now, there In nothing In alght to maintain It In tha Immediate future, --"Guatemala's great question Is floating a loan to prevent a general financial collapse, tha economlo crista la great, and the gov ernment haa long since exhausted Its re sources In providing against Industrial panic. Tha department of finance alone haa satisfied creditors, and In doing ao haa paid out nearly U. 000,000 solely to aatisfy debta contracted by former govemmenta To pre vent any attempt on the part of the Powera to Intervene to force payment of debts, which would naturally destroy the financial prospects of the country, every ef fort la being made by Pre.ildont Cabrera to maintain cordial relations with Germany, France and Italy, the powers most deeply Interested. But It Is certain that theae na- uuna win sees: a pretext before long to man trouble. If enough money can be bor rowed to satisfy the creditor nations until next year all difficulties will be over, but It la feared that the difficulties will prove too (rest. . ! by Neighbors. "Guatemala Is now maintaining an army of C00 soldiers. President Cabrera is An. Insj everything to Improve tha condition of the' soldiers, which had been bad for some time, owing to the destruction of barracks by the earthquakea. 'The object, or this large army In a time of peace la simply to relieve tna country of the dangers arlslnc from a powerful element of unemnlovi men. It la not believed that the army Is to be used to Intimidate the enemies of Ca brera or to put down a revolution . that mignt Da raised by them. But it Is iwm, nlaed by the president of Guatemala that ' the government of Salvador has constituted itaeu into the nucleus of a league to which neir-exued enemlos of Cabrera are at moiling inemeeivea, and that the object of mis league la the conuueet of .nut.m.i. Nothing Is being left undone by President Cabrera In consequence to provide for the wrnor ana interior defense of the republic, or me necessaries of life have Increased In the most startling manner throughout Guatemala, and as a result the .axecuuvo ana the government have found it necessary to make special contributions or me assistance of the distressed. What ' has added to the seriousness of the situa tion la the suspension of work on the rail roads, throwing many worklngmen out of employment when they can least afford to be Idle. "But to blame the government for nil theae distressing conditions would bo un ; reasonable. Natural catastrophes have toa the land, and thoaa who would take flvsatage of the deplorable altuatlon te , provoke rebellion can be only classed with wild animals." law far Revelation. At tha aunt time It la learned from a German who baa arrived from Guatemala that conditions In the Central American re. publlo are ripe for revolution. There are many Guatemalan exUee In Salvador under the leadership of General Castillo, the most popular of Guatemalans, and they are look. Ing for aa opportunity to Invade the coun try and hoist tha banner of rebellion. They have the sympathy of tha Salvadoran people and government, who regard Cabrera a a monster. When the revolutionary blow la struck It will be with great quick boss, and foreign countries will learn that a new government has beenltstabllshf d be fore they are Informed of the battles. President Cabrera la In cons'ant fear of a aaaial nation. Hela never seen In public, excepting during tha fiesta of Minerva, and (la then strongly guarded. He Uvea the moat of his Mm aecluded In hla palace. A short time ago ha waa received aa an In- , vlted gueat by tha German club In the city of Ouatemala. and on thla occasion his ' ' great dread of assassination became plainly manifest. While seated at a table with several prominent Germans. Cabrera was etartled at a sharp nolae, which waa after ward found to be due to the defective elec tric lights. Suddenly the lights went out with a loud eplutter. When the room waa again Illuminated Cabrera was found uader tha table. DECORATING JTHE PANTHEON Plarlalea at Cfeavaaae Take la' tha Wtrk Waera Ba Lett Oat. (Copyright. 1M, by Presa Publishing Co.) PARIS. Oct S.-New Tork World Cable gramSpecial Telegram.) The decoration of the Pantheon. Interrupted bv the daih of Puvts de Chavanne. will tlaaumed by his disciples. Rodin will plae gno statue of Tlteor Huaro la the central aisle. He baa ban working on It three yeara Detatlle will finish a gnat decorative tableaux ca41d "Lechant de Depart." a finish whWa be baa been, a corded the use of the Grand Palais, no atelier being Urge atsif ia fur that tuunebae caavaa. un oth. r lines ha amtUd uiulea I dTciaf dlatrl.-t. to Judvs of tut ninmti I gnu ihluk we abouid have our d.nom- . tuurl jr u,e Hfieiua Judicial OAsincl. PRINCELY PATENTS TO ORDER tear Dleeev'ere Maaafaetory al TlUea la the ( (Copyright. 1HS, by Presa Publishing Co. 8T. PETERSBURG, Oct. t (New Tork World Cablegram-Special Telegram..) A manufactory of ready made princes ha? been discovered by tha csar. Thla nest of royalty was not the nursery of heirs to the throne for which his majesty of all the Russlas haa made so many prepara tions. It was found In the province of Georgia, ravaged for ages because of thr beauty of Its women and now dishonored because Its men are falsely ambitious. Aristocrats here are surprised to learn that In Kutals, across the Caucasus, this mill that grinds out princes haa been In operation. Borne of them may arrive In America ready to exchange their ready made titles .for an American wife with wealth. The court circle Is alarmed at the arrest of a Well organised band whose members have been odrrylng on a lucrative business by supplying numeroua persona with ancient title These "princes" may be In New York turning their fortunes with a hand organ or a peanut grinder. However, It Is discovered that many "princes" have given their whole fortunes for these patent? and among the manufacturers of patents are twenty-two persons who have written out patents for themselves. The csar. furious. Issued a ukase ordering an In vestigation Into the right of the numerous Georgians to the title of prince. There are nearly IBOO Georgians bearing this title. Two year Were given to those Individuals to procure evidence of nobility which would satisfy a 'commission of Inquiry sitting In Tlflls. As very few of the 2,500 had, any svldenoe, a prince named Shavartdge be thought him ' of manufacturing patents dating from . the seventeenth century. From all sides he and his companions were bombarded with requests for patents snd In a short year he had prepared 700 patents written in the ancient Georgian language on parchment and beautifully stained with age. MELBA SAILS FOR AMERICA la Parting Interview She Takee Shot at Aaaerlsaa News paper Mea. (Copyright, 19fY by Press Publishing Co.) LONDON, Oct. Vr-(New Tork World Cablegram Special Telegram.) Mme. Mel ba, who left today for America to sing In concert in large cities, aaw a correspondent of tha World for a few minutes before sail ing. . She waa superintending the closing of her big house on Great Cumberland place. which ahe bought two years ago and has furnished throughout with some of the fin est ixuis AVi furniture In London. She bad not been away from England all sum mer.Jtmt after the opera season closed she went to Harrogate for the cure. It has made her very stout, but she declares ahe never was In better voice. She declares her Intention of refusing to grant Interviews to American reporters, saying; ; "The , newspaper people in America hava an exaggerated aense of their Importance. As far as I am concerned I don't care a Din What they say about me. I consider myself out of reach of their criticism and don't need tneir assistance any longer. "I consider It necessary to work now sa 1 aid before I became famous. I study sev mi nonra every oay, and every now and again go over to Paris to work with my old leacner. Marcnesa." Melba is often seen about In her electric brougham with a famous T.nnrinn who haa also appeared at numeroua parties ia concerts with her. In theatrical dr. cles the report goes that she financed the new uarnrk play. "The Golden Silence," by uuon Lnamttert, and that it la not a sue cess. Last apring she atayed for aome weeaa at Salsomagglore. where ahe was seen a good deal with her old flame, the uuae oz urieana. RE-ENACTS TERRIBLE CRIME Hypnotic laflacace Gees Thrones All the Details. (Copyright. 1903. by Presa Publishing Co.) r-Aitio. oct. x.-(New Tork World Cable gram-Bpeclal Telegram. Oabrlelle Bom pard. the young, pretty murderess recently pardoned from prison, was the central figure this week In a drama in which shs appeared, under peculiar circumstances. In me presence of some of the leading n of France. The play, which was nothing else than the reenactment of the tragedy In which she assisted Eyraud to strangle uourre. ner lover of the moment, In order to get the money on his person.- And that sne mignc make her part In the murder stnolly true to detail, she waa hypnotised. i ne terriDie reconstruction of a crime at which the whole world once shuddered waa qone in tna studio of Byer, a popular photographer of the boulevards. In the' select audience were Ernest Valle, France's minister of Justice, LePage. his secretary, Henry Lete'.iie, proprietor of Le Journal Jacques Dhur. a newspaper writer and cure or omen. i ne mesmeric operator waa Prof. LlecoK of the faculty of Nancy, wno easily secured control of the com. plulsant murderess and caused her to com mit again the crime and with a realism that made awful, holding the little audi ence breathless and spellbound. As the young woman brought up in perfect con tinuity the various acts of the drama for which Eyraud died under the gul'.otlne and for which ahe spent many years bhlnd the bars. Buyer operated a blograph. re cording the action and preserving the tragic pictures on films, for future exhibition. PATTERN AFTER THE MORMONS .lew Rellaloaa Seel trlae tbe Volga Olstrlrt af Resale. la la (Copyright. 1903. by Press Publishing Co.) ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. l.-(New Tork World Cablegram Special Telegram. ) A new sect of Russian Mormons, called Bere sovskl, haa arisen and Is making tremen dous headway along the banks of the Volga. Their faith is very like that of the Ameri can Mormons They believe that Christ was a man. but that as He led a holy life divinity dwelt In Him, the souls of good men are transformed at death Into angels, while the souls of tha wicked become beasta They do not believe In the bible. their apoetla writing a revelation. In which work, he say a he was Inspired by heaven. The Beresovskl say it la their duty to re plenish the earth as fast aa possible with true disciples and that this will be best ac- compuanea oy polygamy. The Kuiwlaa priests eay the sect origi nated In the teaching of a young Russian named Malkeroff, who had been In Salt Lake City, and that there is a aort of looaa relation growing up between the American Mormon church and that on the, Volga, GOSSIP OF SMART SET Duchess of Roxburgh Hot Lifcoly to Come to New Tork to 8on'i Wedding. LONG SEA VOYAGE GIVEN AS REASON Young Marlboroughs Said to Look Much Like Orandpa Vanderbilt. MANCHESTER CUTTING A WIDE SWATH Not Only Buyi Expensive Cm tie, but In vest in Automobile, CURIOSITY AS TO SOURCE OF WEALTH Gayety Girl tho Married aa Earl Is Wlaatne Her Way Into Excla. slve Set by Her Enga ging Maaaers, (Copyright, 1903, ty Press Publishing Co.) IXWDON, Oct. I (New Tork World Ca blegramSpecial Telegram.) It Is doubtful whether or not the duchess of Roxburghe will go to her son's marriage In New Tork In November. Bhe haa never crossed the ocean, Is rather an Indifferent sailor, and feara encountering a winter Btorm either going or coming. Besides, ahe wishes to be here to meet and receive the bride and bridegroom on their arrival In Scotland. The duchess of Roxburghe (soon to be made dewager duchess by Miss May Goelet) 1 by many considered the best looking of the celebrated Churchill sisters, who all made brilliant marriages. She has wielded vast Influences at court In her day and could almost do what she liked with the late Queen Victoria. Since the queen's death the duchess has lived mainly at her place, Brox mouth castle. Dunbar, Scotland, as Floors castle has been let or closed. . She only came to London to chaperone her single daughters, the Ladles Innes-Ker. who have made wealthy If not distinguished matches. One of her daughters married a son of Sir Archibald Orr-Kwlng, the head of a great firm of Scotland whisky blenders, who was a major In the. Sixteenth lancers and waa killed In an engagement after the taking of Pretoria. ' The duchess, who la every Inch a grand dame and keeps up almost regal state her self, ss far as her excluslveness and the formality of her household are concerned. Is very fond of fishing snd haa made aome very big landings of salmon to her own rod on the Floors waters, which are among the best In Scotland. The two nnmarrled Ladles. Innes-Ker, the duke's sisters, chaperoned probably by their widowed sister Lady Orr-Ewing, will cross tha ocean with the duke's brother. Lord Alastair, who is to be the best man. Robert Qoelat, -the bride-elect's brother, who arrived from Paris Sunday, sailed to day for home. 'The London Jewelers greatly regret that the marriage Is not to take . place In London, for society people here always make a point of aendlng belter wedding presents when they attend a ceremony .and go later to the reception where their gifts are displayed. In,, fact It la a sort of fashion with people not to send presents unless they actually are Invited guesta. ', , ', .'Training for the Beys. : The duchess of Marlborough believes very strongly In ' the-' advantage of physical training for children and her own twe sons, the marquis of Blandford and hla little brother. Ivor Charles, are undergoing a course of Instruction dully at Blenheim palace. ' The duchess, who recently returned from Mont Dore. after taking the cure there, waa agreeably surprised to observe the marked Improvement In the physical appearance ofTier sons, owing to the elementary drill they had been having, Every day they have their exercises, given by a retired army Instructor In her presence, and she takea the utmost Interest In their progress. Tha duchess' sons are undoubtedly Van- derbllts. For the first time alnce - the foundation of the fortunes of the Churchill fs nilly by that eminently - pushful person,' Jack Churchill, the type of Churchill face never more atrongly marked, than In the case of the late Lord Randolph Churchill and still preserved In that of hla aon. Wilson Churchill haa gone Into a stronger type. The resemblance of these children to their grandfather. W. K. Vanderbilt. la what everyone remarks about them at first glance. Lady William Beresford. the duke of Marlborough's stepmother and known aa Lilly (the dowager), ducheaa of Marlbor ough (once Mra. Hammersley of New Tork), Is practically homeless at tha present time. Her house on Carleton House Terrace has Just been sold to Lord Revelstoke. She had not occupied It for some time, owing to a severe attack of blood poisoning from bad drainage at Deepdean. The duchess spends a great deal of her tlms at Brigh ton, but sll her plans are made with ref erence to her little son,, who has more childish ailments than most children of hie age. Including appendicitis (for which he underwent an operation), while, like many English children, he has had a denolds. which also required sn operation. Since then he has been much stronger. He haa Inherited hla father'a passion for horaea. and when lust at Deepdean he frequently attended meeta on a small pony, followed by two grooms. The ducheaa la extremely careful about the friends he makes, as she has an idea that childish playmates are a trouble In after lfe. Very few culldren ef the neighborhood are allowed to play with her son, who Is tha very apple of her eye and promises to be well spoiled. Maarheeter Doles Well. Not only has ths duke of Manchester just paid S3U.0U0 down for Kylsmore castle, County Galway, Ireland, a mansion which will cost about S200.U00 to keep up. but be haa also been giving other evidence of financial prosperity. He Is sow the owner of no leaa than four motor cars. Including the famous eighty-horse power Mora built for the Gordon Bennett cup race. Thl little luxury coat him H.000 and bla ataff of chauffeura must ba expenelve. . Tha question of where the money baa eome from remains unanswered. His father-in-law, Eugene Zimmerman. cer talnly baa not auddenly placed bla mil Hons at tha dlapoaal of bla son-in-law. Bis mother, Conauelo, ducheaa of Manchester, It la true, baa come into a handsome for tune by the death of bar brother, but ahe Is well able to spend any money aha hap pane to get, and there la no ona In English society who has more magnificent Ideas of doing things. Therefore, even If aha were willing, aha cannot have the money spare. Some people think that the duke has simply been acting for aome American millionaire, while others assert that the purchase Is a mere freak a piece (Continued ea Second Page.) LORENZ ANSWERS CRITICS asserts Oseratloa a Lollta Araaoar Waa a Cempletely lie. ceeefel Oee. (Copyright, 1901. by Press Publishing Co.) VIENNA. Oct. J.-(New Tork World Cablegram-Special Telegram.) Dr. Lorens. seen today by the norld correspondent re specting his American patients, made thla further statement: "I am sick of being slandered, and If It were not for the dear little children I could benefit I would repent ever having crosned the Atlantic. The false assertion that the operation on Lollta Armour was a fracture was first started when I made my aeconn visit to America. 1 was first called to Mr. Armour's child lust October. I found the case a very difficult ' -e. The little girl ad been operated o' ' doctor who said he was well acoV . ith the Lren method. The tri at ten years igo, before I myse' ed of my present method, the & been five minutes in my operatlp- N ? A case ' at ike this Is ten times as difficult - ojv i which nothing has been done. irformed the operation and Lollt' "out with a plaster cast about the . A. It . "arranged that I should go back to Ame.. ja In April, when It would be time to remove the cast. In April I stayed on Michigan avenue, Chicago. I was happy to see the child quite cured. It was arranged before my sailing for Europe that I should go to Beach Bluff to see Lollta again. But he child took the measles, her seaside Jour ney was delayed and I returned to New Tork, where I found a message saying: 'I am very sorry Lollta could not see you be fore you left. She now Is quite recovered. and expects to go east In a few daya. She walks really very well. All are delighted with the progress made since you last saw her.' 'Lollta sent four enormous baskets of de licious fruit for my voyage. On arriving in Europe I wrote to thank her, and aald, as I could not eat all the fruit, I gave some of It to the children on board. Lollta made her nurse answer. "Mra Armour' waa Interviewed In Europe several times, aa to the alleged failure of the operation, and emphatically denied It each time. The last letter I had from thei Armours, dated September 1; said: "Lollta la very happy and la going to dancing school soon. She aenda lots of love.' " Dr. Lorens also showed a letter from Mrs. Mason of Monroe avenue, Chicago, whose little girl. Belle, waa operated on at the same time. The letter says: "Bella has been walking alone for a month. Every day we see improvement. The debt of gratitude Is greater than words' can ever express." A letter from Dr. Gaudo of New Orleans. dated September 10, thanks Dr. Lorens for aavlng his little nephew, Amede Gaudo, and speaks of the marvelous success of the op eraton and the gratification of .the medical profession over eight cases In which the plaster casts had been removed. Dr. Lorens operated on no eases , of children In New York' or1 Chicago during his second visit which proved failures. "Dr. Gibney was not my associate." he nays, "but Is a doctor who, against my ad vice, operated on one girl of 16. I lost pa tients over ten yeara of age when I first tried the method. I think others should profit by my aad experience. I do not be lieve Gtbney ever said Lollta could not walk." AMERICAN LOVERS ARE COLD At Least that la . tha laaaraaslaa Galaed by Vlsltlagr Preach Joarnallst. ''' (Copyright, 1903, by Press Publishing Co.) PARIS, Oct S.-(New Tork World Cable gramSpecial Telegram.) American lovers are cold. This is the newest discovery of Jules Hure Huret. the Parisian newspaper writer, now sojourning In America. He doubts that all marriagea are for love and not Tor the bride's dot. as Is claimed. He has seen too many exoeptiona. In any case. he thinks that Americans will finally , dis cover what the Europeans hava alreadv learned, that If silver does not arouse love It at least alda much In the enjoying of It. M. Huret notes that It la a difficult matter to distinguish fiances In America because of the coldness In their manner toward each other. Their Impassibility astounds him The French, he says, may not love more than the Americans, but at least their love Is more In evidence. American giria. the critic finds, "care too much for quantity In dress. Observe the huge bouqueU of violets, at $10 a bunch. inai uiey wear glued to their belts. These flowera In no wise Improve the contour of tneir ngure, but they do not consult tha aesthetics In this fashion, but run sfter quantity." Among the curious types M. Huret has found two which particularly atruck him. One la an old business man of 87, who could naraiy walk, but had himself carried down town every day for the pleasure of breath ing the busy air of that quarter. The other is a chorus girt In Weber 4; Fields' company, who had a bed curtain made of all the champagne corks that have noDDed at different suppers ahe haa attended, each carefully labeled with the date of Ita "pop." m. naret tells the Parisians that the American Pullman car system is decidedly lacking. He thinks the French sleeping cars are ten times more comfortable and hygenlc. He is shocked at the "deshablll" of the women and men In the morning In the Pullman when they promenade up and down the aisles to go to the wash room. M. Haret must have gotten the "feel" of one of the narrow little French bunks m a French sleeping car. After a few some what uncomplimentary observations on American cooking in general he remarks thst American buckwheat cakes sre a "delicious poem of the cuisine" and that American grape fruit is par excellence. These two things compensated him for much under the Stars and Stripes regime. NO DANGER OF WAR IN EAST Coafereare Betweea Rasslaa aad Aaatrlaa Diplomats Is af gatlsfaetery Katare. VIENNA. Oct. I.-M. Sawlnsky, Foreign Minister "Lamsdorffs secretary, haa Issued a statement regarding ths result of the con ferences In Austria between Count Lams dorff and Count Goluchowakl, the Austrian Hungarian foreign minister, from which It appears that they reached a determination that the two powera ahali continue tha Balkan policy arranged last winter.. The program for reform . In Macedonia then drawn up haa, however, been easentlally extended and elaborated. Tha secretary characterised the state ment that Ruaala had demanded the free paaaage of ships through ths Dardanelles as being quite Incorrect and added thai In consequence of the ags-eement the powera need not fear war between Turkey and ouiragia. nor any great aimculty execution of tbe refonna. in thiil J: I tnia iiwhwwn HE IIOLDS HIS PARTY Oonierratlre Machine ii Absolutely with Former Secretary for the Colonies. CHAMBERLAIN GREATER THAN BALFOUR Following Bo Formidable that They May Carry the Fxt Election. MAKING HARD FIGHT FOR PROTECTION Attack! Fallacy of Free Trade Syatem of Great Britain. COLONIES REPUDIATE IDEAS OF COBDEN In Spite ef This They Are Proaperoas, According to Pamphlet Issued by Tariff Orgaalaatloa of . Mother Country. (Copy right. 1903, by Press Publishing Co.) LONDON, Oct. . (New Tork World Cablegram-Special Telegram.) Joseph Cham berlain has his party machine absolutely with him. This was shown In the proceed ings of this week's convention of conserva tive associations held In Sheffield. The liberals are becoming aware that hla fol lowing In the country Is so formidable that It actually Is a question whether he will not' win In the next election. He completely overshadows Prime Minister Balfour, bvery other nation and all our own setr-governlng colonies have re fused to accept the gospel of f1obdv and yet, although they ought, accord ltsdogmas, to be in the last stage presslon and decline they have growi ing the last twenty years In wealth, pi tlon and trade, and in everything tha to make up the greatest of nations." That Is the. keynote of Joseph Cha Iain's manifesto which will be pubt October 6, In the form of a preface! shilling pamphlet entitled "Mr. Cha Iain's Proposals; What They Mearf What We Shall Gain by Them," by Vtnce, secretary to Mr. Chamberlain's organisation. In view of the vigor with which th of pamphleteers has again coma in voc! English politics, the publisher haa a prlately given Mr. Chamberlain's nouncement deep red covers. In algnltl contrast with the blue gray of Pri Balfour's academic treatise on the question. War ta Enemy's Camp. Mr. Chamberlain does not mince ma With characteristic aggression he c the war Into the enemy'a camp. "Those who maintain," he writes, spirit of blind obscurantism, the abt Inspiration of an antiquated doctrine hava much to explain." His remarks are addressed to "Men of alt political opinions, since the questions now raised are not necessarily matters of party politics, nor Indeed, la it likely that the Issue will be ultimately drawn on party lines.". ( He begins by saying; , It is difficult to believe that the results of the Investigation will not convince every impartial man of the necessity for some re construction of the system which haa re- fialned stationary and unaltered for more nan half a century, while every other pol icy haa beea modiled and adapted to meet modem requirements. Mr. Vlhce'a . arguments, which have re ceived his leader's sanction, are concisely stated In eighty-seven pages. They begin by saylhg: , The course of events has brought us fo the opportunity of dolnsv something definite, something practical, and something perma nent In the way of promoting that consoli dation of the empire which has so long been a theme of Idle eloquence. That was Mr. Chamberlain's case, aa colonial secre tary. He now appeals to parliament and to the people and says: "Now Is the time for you to help. Our progress toward fed eration has now reached a point at which legislative assistance is wanted. We have encountered a difficulty which cannot be overcome with the means at our disposal, and therefore we must enlarge our powers." Waald. Rot Revive Cora Laws. Mr. VI nee pushed tbe Imperial Issue to tbe forefront and declares that Mr. Cham berlain's plan presents an Irrevocable op portunity for the federation of the empire. He forecasts that the much debated food taxes may take the shape of 2 shillings duty on wheat and 6 per cent ad valorem on foreign Imported wheat Mr. Chamber lain, It Is declared, has not the slightest in tention of reviving the old corn laws, and that even that If tha wheat tax slightly raises the price of bread It could be ac companied by a revision of other taxation so as to "make it absolutely certain that the working class will not pay a farthing moro In their necessary household expense than they paid before the change In the system of tariffs." American trade and the "dumping" of the American surplus are minutely dealt with and are summed up as follows: The fact stares us In the face, plsin and undeniable, that McKlnleylam has not pro duced the injurious results which It should have produced If the economic doctrine on which our fiscal system is based really con tained the whole truth of economic science. Which Is the more prudent course? To treat the facts with disdain or to recon sider the doctrine. FLATTERS GERMAN EMPEROR ealptor TDeslgas Work Glorifying Imperial Family ef Germany. (Copyright, 19T3, by Press Publishing Co.) BERLIN. Oct. t-(New Tork World Cablegram Special Telegram.) What Is re sycopantlc flattery of Emperor William has garded here ' as an absurd display of been made by a well known sculpture. Prof. Eberleln. i He has finished a marble status of Oer mania as a gift to the emperor. Germanla Is on a pedestal bearing relief busts of the emperor and the empress. In her hand aha carries a basket In which are aeven eaglets On the heada . of six of these eaglets are prnlces' crowns, while on the head of the seventh Is a princess', crown. The eaglets represent the emperor's seven children. Prof. Eberleln calls his work "Ths Eagle's Nest of the Hoheniollems." THOUSANDS GO TO L0URDES Oae-Haadrad and , Thlrty-Twa Trala Leads Make Trip la Little Over a Heath. (Copyright ISO, by Press Publishing Co.) PARIS, Oct. . Nw tork World Cable gram dpedal Telegram.) One hundred and thirty-two pilgrim trains, containing sO.OtO passengers. French and foreigners, were run to Lourdes between August 10 and September K, thla year. The whole year of Uut furnished 7S.000 pilgrims and IMS fur nished n,eoo. new Vail at Bey root. BET ROOT. Oct. S.-Khalld Pasha, the new vail of Bey root, baa arrived bar. THE BEE BULLETIN. Forecart lor Monday. Kebresaar-Falr . Sunday and Page. 1 Resahlle af Beatemala Riakfist, octal Uolags of World's Metrop olis. Chamherlala Raids His Party. Big Crowds at th Carnival. X Bridge Workers Kleet Baehaaaa. even Killed la a Torsade. Redartloa In Prod act lea af Gold. S Kews from Kebraska Towaa. 4 Vlaaoahaler'a Rrrors la Kills Case. Affaire at Seats, Omaha. 5 Turks Protect Private Property. Crohe Likes the Old Frlrada. ' Colonies Objeet ta Balfoar Scheme. Past Week la Omaha society. T Mlsa Rath Bryaa la New Wedded, Jery Bays Blalae Waa Wardered. A Con aril HI eft's aad Iowa Mews. Resells af the Ball antes, f'relahtoa Oatplays CJemoa Iadlaas. Georare Castle Kalis ta Beat Record Gearrsl Xpertlaa Kvrata. IB Amasemeats aad Music. 18 Plads Grave la Mleaeari River. 14 Rdltorlal. 18 C 8. Mellea'e Career la Omaha. Vlaaoahaler'a Repudiated Agree meat. Id Rig Money Paid for Titles. Vanoodllag a Moral Crime. IT la the Dnmala of Womaa. H Methods of Movlns the Malls. 10 Weekly Review of Sporting Eveats HI Blames It All oa the Womaa. Womaa at the tit. I.oala Fair. 23 Debate oa laaonhalcr a Candidacy 24 Novelty of Hlah Divine Act. First Aid ta the Injarcd. Versatility la Msklag Assessment, an Homes Rooted ta the Soil. Xh a, r n nrll qbujp Qb SurSnri e T a. 8 a. a. 10 a. 11 a. 73 s p, ra T8 T Ta 4 a TO 5 p. a, T V i 14 i oa IS aa MANDERS0N 0N COMMITTEE Appelated with Others af Bar Asso ciation ta Arrange for Can grresa of lawyers. ST. LOUIS, Oct. S. President James Hagerman of the American Bar associa tion, tonight announced the appointment of a committee of members of the associa tion to act In co-operation with tha com mittee of authorities of the Louisiana Pur chase exposition for the convention of the Universal Congress of Lawyera and Jurtsta in St. Louis during September, 1904. Fifty two members are appointed to constitute the committees, with Jacob Klein, St. Louis, chairman, and Including Hugh Butler of Denver, Ram ford A. Robb of Boise, Idaho, Adolph Moses of Chicago, Clifford L. Jackson of Muskogee, I. T., Emlln McLain of Iowa City, la., Charles Blood Smith of Topeka, William W. Dixon of Butte, Mont., Charles F. Manderson of Omaha, Bayard T. Hainer of Perry, Okl., Bartlett Tripp of Yankton, 8. V., P. L. Williams of Salt Lake City, George M. Foster of Spokane and Charles N. Potter of Cheyenne. JURY CALLS IT LARCENY Presldeat af a Grata an 4 Bcenrlty Campaay Indicted la St. ' Loots. BT. LOTJIH, Oct. t Tha J one grand Jory , which comduded Its work today and was Recharged, handed down the trntlrtment of Major Hugh C Dennis, presidant ut the Rial bo Grain and Eacurttlea company, whose offices were raided several days ago on the order of Circuit Attorney Folk. Dennis waa Indicted on five counts as fol lows: Three counts charging grand larceny, one charging the operation of a bucket shop and the fifth. In which Thomas B. Harlan, an attorney la named aa a defend ant, charges conspiracy to defraud. Major Dennis was at once arrested and taken before Judge Douglas, accompanied by hla attorney, C. II Krura. Ha immedi ately began preparations to secure his re lease on bond. Leslie Perrtne of Wheeler. 111.; K. G. Millard of Glen wood, la., and Glen J. Milll gan ef Bcribner, Neb., customers of the Rial to company, are named aa tha chief witnesses In connection with the first three counts. INDICTED FOR CONSPIRING nineteen Caatraetara af Chicago As. eased of (easliiis ta Rala Baalaeaa af Competitors. CniCAOO. Oct. 1 Nineteen members of the Sheet Metal Contractors' association were Indicted today for conspiracy on ths testimony of Ell C. Ryedon and othera The men are charged with having formed an illegal combination for tha purpose of in juring Rysdon'e business by destroying com petition in the bidding tor and letting of contracts In the aheet metal trade. Threw Are Arrested for Theft. BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. I (Special Tele gram.) On complaint of Chief Ashenfelter of this city. John King, Charles Ray and Oeerge Bvear were brought here from Lin coln tonight and lodged In the county Jail on a charge of robbing W. T. B. Simpson, a traveling man, of tlOO in currency and negotiable papera as he was In the act of boarding a DurUngton train at thla place September IS. Mr. Simpson Identified tha three men at Lincoln and picked them out of a crowd of twelve toughs wbo were ar rested shortly after tha robbery waa com mitted here. The men will be arraigned in tha county court Monday. . - r , , , .. GOOD DAY 'AND CROWD Largo Humber of Visitor and Bright Sky Orsr Carnival Grounds. JOY THROUGHOUT REALM OF QUIVERA Incominf Trains Are Laden with Strangers from All Directions, CLIMAX IN CROWD LOOKED FOR MONDAY Every Effort is Biing Eierted to Insure Comfort for AIL MIDWAY WILL BE CLOSED ALL TOOAY Ids at ROVcts aa the Streets aad Ho ltd. lags Mar Brilliant Than In Proa vtone Tears aad Cover Mar Territory. Weather. Probshly fair snd slightly cooler. Re- cent unsettled conditions, which have cleared up. make it more probable that there will he fair weather on parade, nights. Paid Carnival Admissions. First dav 2.9H S.1M Second day i 6.7'K) Third day 17,016 8,0(0 Ak-Sar-Bea Dates. Monday Bhrlners and Elks' night at the carnival. . Tuesday Knights of Pythias', and For- Ver1n.-,V v-I n vliirM flower and military Scheme of tbe Tho city halLls not ns bright as last sea- . son by the absence of ths great shield, 'The 1 court house Is as resplendent as ever and the Bee building displays a new bee hive. The New Tork Life has not as many lights' as on some former years. The Boston Btore also has not the number used last season, but those in place are very effective, being of Ak-Sar-Ben colors. The telephone build ing unjustly called after the third "Hello" the "Deaf and Dumb asylum" also shines with rows of colored globes. The Nebraska Clothing company also has many lights and all over the city are noticeable smaller but effective electrical signs and displays. The street lights this year sre all clear and extend over considerable new territory. The additional wiring Is on Sixteenth street north of Cass, on Seventeenth street be- . tween Douglas and Farnam, on Capitol avenue between. Fifteenth and Sixteenth and on Harney between Fifteenth and Nine teenth streets. There are thirty-two arches. There Is one arch each at Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth and Thirteenth on Farnam, two at Fourteenth and Fifteenth, three at Bi teehth. two at Seventeenth and one at Eighteenth and Nineteenth atreeta. On Douglas there will be one each at Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth, with two each at Fifteenth and Sixteenth atreeta. - Thl other arohea are on Sixteenth street, th moat northern being at Webster. Tho Carnival pavements were in soma places an Inch and a half deep p confetti used" to ""Jean 'lt for""Wohaay a wo. k. A crowd that you couldn't drop a pin In watched the bicycle dive and said "Ah" with relief when the performer struck th water. The high wire man aluu could have fallen from his place of business and hurt other people worse than himself. Tha Mid way waa In great form. A rather novel show is that of the Crystal palace glass blowers. These make all sorts of delicate glassware before Interested audiences. Ijist night was their first performance, the.y hav Ing arrived late from Clyde, Kan. Ak-tiar-iiea te(IIave Hhew. The board of governors, iq, keeping with the carnival spirit, announce the comple tion of their arrangements for a show on ' tbe Carnival grounds under their auspices. It is promised thai this exhibit will eclipse In grandeur and pk.'turesqueness anything hitherto attempted. Mobt of the exhibit has already arrived and tha remainder la ex pected Monday or Tuesday at tha latest. The Installation of the show will complete the aucccsaful efforts at Messrs. J. M. Hen drie and It. A. Hall, wboae sudden and secret trips to Farts last May ta now ex plained far the first time. Eighteen shows of one sort or another are now on the Midway ground and all are new ready for the spenders. Bostock'a animal show and two of tha tree acta are the adyonea out yet In town. The county fair ta rapidly as suming the appearance of a harvust festi val and la attracting ootuilderable attention. Ths Knigbts of Pythias bare chosen Tues day night for their vtsff ta tha grounds ami the Eaglea announce that they wtii march op Douglas street Wednesday night. The carnival band will In bath canes escort the visitors. The carnival will be clttfed Bun day. The Burlington trains brought to the carnival Vriday almost L0B1 people. At the Union depot a boat lea) exrurvionlsts ar rived over tha different roads entering tha city and they were distributed as follows: Union Panific. 800; Illinois Central, t; Missouri Pacific, SO; ChkragD Great West ern, hi): Northwestern. SO; Wabash, 3)0; Kock Island. 91); Milwaukee, 15u, and the Hkhnru. liQ- aawats j When iiM to Pay. NEBRASKA C1TT, No Oct, L (Special Telegram.) (Irnnt Bulfarland, who Uvea aouffa of 'thit city, want into Lewie1 livery barn today isid became abusive about an alleged eoroukt. Befura ha cuuld be ejected he fired two ifcots from a revolver at Robert l.evt, tbe inter from one cartridge burn ing Ida fare. McKarla.ua waa than over powered and liken to Jail No eomplaln bus yet beeaftUd. 1 I fli lii "n"i i' n f I h i" "I T rum i in,- II f .