TTIE OMAHA DAILY I1RE: TlitJKSDAY, XOVEMDER 5, 100.1
WE CLOSE SATURDAYS AT P. M. , . Bee,' No . !!.
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.Without a question a hed looks cleanest and neatest with a
rhite blanket. Needs washing often?' Yes. But you need not fear
polling your blankets by washing
All of our wool blankets are
.nd with proper care in washing
White cotton blankets, 50c, GOc, 80c, f 1.00, f 1.25, f 1.50 a pair.
Cotton and wool mixed white
'4.50, 13.50 a pair.
. All wool white blanket at
!8.00, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00, $16.50
V. M. C. A. Building Corner
tidge Eleventh d(slHct,Paul, rep., 1.SX6;
tanna, rep., l,83i; Thompson, fusion, 1,193;
.rniwtrnng, fusion., .
BROWN Complete, give:. Barnes, 425;
ulllvan, MA; Allen, 446;Whitmore. 446; Jones,
; Weber, 26.V Judge Firteeiuh district,
restorer," 14; Harrington, 301; Fisher, 428;
HUTI.ER Barneo,' 1,293; Sullivan. l.TJ:
illpn, 1.856 r- Whttmore, 1.3T2;' Johes, 1,726;
Veber. 1,737. Judge Fifth district, Evans,
i; Smith, 1,334; Good, 1,831; 1 8orhberger,
,445. -.- . '
CHBYfciNNB Barnes, GM Sullivan. '43);
lion, ; Whltmore. sooj Junes, 382; Weber,
A Judtre , Thirteenth district, H.- M.
rimes, majority' S84. , Successful county
Rlcers: Treamrrer, A, IC'tOreenlee, rep.;
rlt, Robert B. Barfstt. rep. ; sheriff, J. W.
ee, rep.; clerk of dlstrl court, H. E.
orrett. rep.; county judge,- James Tucker,
is.; assessor, C. M. Hurley, fus, i.'
CLAY Complete: Sullivan, 1,685; Barnes,
MO. Hurd. district Judge, ..will carry dis
rlct by 150. ; T. , .
CUMING-Complete:' Barnes, 1,196; Sul li
nn. 1,870; A'.len,' ),201; Whltmore, 1.246;
ones, 1.J13; Weber, 1,347. - Judge Eighth
istrlct, Roblpson, rup.,- l.tM; Graves, dem.,
jo. ,. . . . .. ..
DAKOTA Complete: Barnes, -630; Bulli
on, 692; Judge Eighth district, Robinson,
B; Graves,' 774. Republican cltlsens' county
Icket elected In full.
DAWBON-Complete: Barnes, 1,188; Bulli
an. 1.198; ' Allen, 1,268;' Whltmore, 1,248;
Ones, 1.081; Weber, 1.042. s Judge Twelfth
strict, B. O. Hosteter, 1,3!M; Hand, 1,191..
PODGE Barnes; 1.W6: Sullivan, l,Sft4:.
urtge Sltth district. Btlnson, 2,158; Reeder,
.TJ8; Hollenbeck, 2,219; Grlmlson, ,1,751.
FRANK I..I N Official count: Barnes, 879;
ulllvan,' 90S; Allen, 876; Whltmore. 850;
ones, 851; Weber, 823. Judge, Tenth district,
ames, rep,, 877; Adams, fusion, 1,094. Sue
exful officers: Treasurer, Brown, fusion;
lo:k, Parker, rep., vshertff, walrath, fu
Ion; clerk-of district court, Thompson,
rp ; county Judge, Huffman, rep.; assessor,
"ulton, rep. '
FURNAS-Complete: Barnes, 1,026; flul-
van, 1,019; Allen, 1.063; Whltmore, 1,014
feber, 933; Jones, 981. Republicans elect
upctintendent, clerk of court and asses
or by on' vote. ..,.-...
GAQE Complete.-- Barnes, I,fW6; Sullivan,
729; Allen, Ut ,WliItmorr,-1.105: -Jones,
4; Weber, 848. Judge First distrlot... A.
I, Babcock, 8.237; C. F. Reavls, 2.537; W.
I: Kelllgar, 2,043; E. O. Kretslngor, 1,821.
sabcock and KWIUtar, selected . Judges in
nta district, the latteVs plurality over
avla being 255. .
OABELBT Complete, gives; BrnW (ft,
(ulllvan 811 Judge Eleventh district:
Inna 843, Paul 644, Thompson 760, Arro
tvong 414. With all of the counties In
ho Eleventh Judicial district reported, ex
pt a few In the extreme western porUon,
rlilch are confessedly republican,, Indlca
16ns are that Judge J. R. Hanna of this
. lace, the republican ttotnlnea for district
udge. bas been elected .over Judge John
t. Thompson ot Grand' Island ' by about
00 majority. The fact that Judge Thomp
on had held the office for the last twelve
ears and had been successful in a' re
narkablo degree In three district cam
olgrs, caused many people to believe that
te could not be defeated In this district.
, HALL Excepting Prairie Creek and
drkson. precincts: Barnes, 1,720; Sullivan,
216. Judges: Hanna and Paul elected for
lleventh Judicial district. Fuslontsts elect
wo out ,of nine county officers.
HATES Barnes. 872; Sullivan, 231; Allen,
B; Whltmore, 273; Jones, 229; Weber, 204.
udg of Fourteenth Judicial district, Orr,
It; W'hlte, 208. . v
HOWARD Barnes, 832; Sullivan, . 1,092.
Hulrlct Judge, Paul, rep., 1,003; Hanna, rep.,
14 Thompson, fusion, 1.167; Armstrong, fu
KBiARNET Complete': Barnes, 908; Bul-
van, 8S4; Allen, 811; Whltmore, 84t; Jones,
Q; Weber, 819. Judge Tenth district,
ames, rep., 810; Adams, fus., 1,111. County
rket . republicans elect treniurt'i. clerk.
hertft, coroner, surveyor; fuslocilutg elect
upertntendent. Judge, asseanor. ctik dla
(1t cour.. IJslonlsts control county
KEITH Complete lvs Barnes 227. Sulll
aa 201, Allen 2T9. WhUrciar 215, Jones 3(cL
8T8ber 184. Judga ThlrOeiiUi . Olstnct:
Ustrlct: Grimes 284, Parsons 182.
KIKBALL Official: Barnes. - 106; Bulll
n, 69; Allen, 9; Whltmore, 16; Jones. ;
fnber, , Judge Thirteenth district,
rlmea,, 139 1 Parsons, 57. o
KNOX Barnes, 276 majority; J. B. Boyd,
la our tremendous ' showing of
trtctly high grade, brand apllater
now, redy-towear clothea for
' Doy, Girl or Baby
Boyt and girl' wear to It years. ,
Now Coats Nw Suits
, NcwDress Underwear
LUtiputUn wear ls'ruado to guar
anteo Wa guaraotee It.
' Writ for now catalogue.
- au s. THniiirf!i "
them if they are from us.
fully and thoroughly scoured,
will not shrink nor turn greasy.
blankets $3.23, $3,50, $3.75,
$4.75, $5.50, G.50, f7.00, $7.50,
and $18.00 a pair.
Sixteenth and DquglM It)
378 majority, "County republican except for
clerk of the court. .. " ." .,
MADISON Returns complete: Barnes,
1.782; Sullivan. 1.283; Allen, 861; Whltmore.
836; Jones, 656; 'Weber, 640.' For judge ot
district' court, J. F. Boyd,, rep., . re-elected
by a mAJorlty of 1,600 over W. Cones, dem
NANCE Complete (unofflalal) ; Barnes,
856; Sullivan.' 676; Allen, 935; Jones, 6ZZ;
Whltmore, 911; Weber, (fll. ' District Judge,
Reeder, rep.. 971; Btlnson, rep. 883: Hollen-
beck, fus., 656; Grlmmlson, fus., 881. Entire
republican county ticket elected by ma
jority from 100 to 40,
OTOE The republicans elected the entire
county ticket, with the exception of county
and district clerks. Following Is 'the list
of the new officers: Treasurer. R. W. Kelly,
rep.; sheritT, Charles, enrader, rep.; auper-i
i. a . i x r vin I
rep.; county Judge, M. C. Joyce, rep. i county
clerk, Charles H. Busch. dem.; district
lummnii kuisnv iii.ii "v tmin . . i
cleric Klmer rinnliran dem.: county com-I
mlssioner Third district, L. B. Jone.." rep.
Paul Jessen was re-elected to the office of
dlbtrict Judge, being endorsed by the demo-
crats after nomination b republicans. The
state ticket is safely republican, the ma-1
Jorlties ranging from 160 to 800. The official
eount will not be made as early as usual
owing td the bad road. In the west end of
the county and the Inability of ths Drecinct
officers to bring In the ballot.
PEBKINS-Complete: Barnes, 156; Sulll
van, 184; Allen, 156; Whltmore, 152; Jones,
168; Weber, 108. Judicial district, II. M
Grimes, 108; A. F. Parsons, 178
PIERCE Complete: Barnes, 822; Sullivan,
794. Judge 'xinth district, Boyd, 825; Cones,
ROCK Complete: Barnes, 886; Sullivan,
255; Alien, 419,' Whltmore, 897; Jones, 227;
Weber, 223. Judge Fifteenth district.
Fisher, 868; Wills, 356; Harrington, SOT;
SHERMAN Complete: Barnes, 618; Sulli
van, 630; Allen, 626; Whltmore, 498; Jones,
9D0; Weber. 5671 Judge of Twelfth dl.itriot.
Hostetler, 686; Hand. 412,
i CIOUX Complete, unofficial, gives:
Barnes, 165; Sullivan, 150; Allen, 160; Whlt
more, JL68; Jones, 143; Weber, 146. Judge
Fifteenth district. Fisher, rep., 164; Wills,
rep.,' 166; Westover, dem.,' 183; Harrington,
dem., 140. , .
STANTON Official: Barnes, 623; Sulli
van. 678; Allen, 636; Whltmore, 600; Jones,
671; Weber. . 638. Judge Eleventh . district.
o '. . . ' ) ' T, . , . '
...... , "-bu"i. i
Fuch. dem.; clerk, Albert Pllger, dem.:
sheriff, N..F. King, pop.; clerk of district
court, W; T. McFArland. rep.; county J
f. N. Vpijng.'detn.jia.s'essor, John 1
THAYER Complete, gives: Barnes. 1.413
Sullivan, 1,062; Allen, 1,427; Whltmore, 1,408
Jones, 1,086; Weber, 1,082. Judge Seventh
district. Herd, 1.417; Stubbs, 1.276. ...
WATNE-Barnes. i.oii; Bulllvan. 804
Allen, 1,03; Whltmore, 977; Jone. 726;
weber, 665, Judge Ninth district: Boyd.
1,081; Cones, 801.' Republican elect county
luage, sheriff, district court clerk, sur-1
veyor, commissioner and coroner. Ths!
democrat elect county clerk, treasurer and
""w. . v j' I
niiBBitH-complete: Barnes. 1.031: J
Sullivan, 847; Judge of Fifth district, James, I
rep.. Aumi, pop., l.lll, -
YORK Unofficial: Barnes, 2,014; Bulllvan.
i.oio, .Alien, i.idi; wnitmore, 1.160; Jones. I
1.497; Weber, 1,508. Judge Fifth dlntrlot.
KVan. I.L2; Bmlth, 2,023; .Good, 1.667; Born-
MARINES ARE LANDED
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treaty stipulations or displaying power In
derogation of Colombia' Just rights.
VYou will protect American Interests at
all points and do everything possible to
avoid bloodshed" I th substance of the
Instructions cabled by th Navy department
at th Instance of th Btate department to
the naval commander now at -th Isthmus
or on their way. Th last part of their In-
struutlons Is particularly slxnUlcant. for It
fnr-ecaata a mnr. ar-tK-a lni.rnA,lA- v v
- " ' --- - - .w wn, ,iui, ,1 F ,ll(
,1.1.., n . . . . . . .. 1
i.i.ucu cuuh government in tn trouble
on ine ismmus man nas perhaps ever
before been displayed. .
These orders were the result of tho eon-
terence tnat were held last night at the
Whit House between President RooMvait,
Secretary Hay and Assistant Secretary!
IxMmls, Acting Secretary of th Navy
Dkrllng and Rear Admiral Taytor, chief ot
tho bureau of navigation. 80 - It Is' .not
doubted that under the authority thus con
ferred the naval commanders will land
marines and tailors at the termini. IndeoJ,
It Is not doubted that Commander John
Hubbard of Nashville already has p'acod
a maripo guwrd ashore at Colon to protect
the property and that the commander of
Boston probably will take the same action
when he arrive at Panama.
'Railroad Reqalros f'roteettoa. '
During the day a telegram was received
at the . Btate department from the New
York management of tho Panama Railway
company stating that ths property of that
company was In danger and asking ' for
protection, in addition message came
from the cable company aaylng there was
no telegraphic communication for points
outside of Panama and Colon and outside
of the Isthmus. It U assumed that tho In
surgents havt cut tho Inland wires to pre
vent the government from obtaining news
of what la happening on the Isthmus and
it is elpected the result will bo embarras
sing -to the government tn Its - military
There are at the stations named on the
Atlantic coast approximately the following
marines: Norfolk. 100; League Island. K0;
New York. J0; Washington, 8U0; Boston.
t.t Portsmouth, N. H-, 100; AnnapolU, ISO.
In csss of emergency 10) y more of theie
could be spared for service on the isthmus,
and should a greater emergency arise ar
rangements necessarily would be completed
making tho entire force available for duty
In Panama. At Port Royal and Cnarlaatoa
only small detaebmsnu are stationed. Just
sufficient to' meet tho need of those sta
tions. On the Pacific coast the ' saartne
force has been reduced to a small number.
A Doaih Blow to Malaria.
Elefitrlo Bitters k'tl and espel malaria
dtatese gerns, will a-reven tshold and
cure fever end sgue, or no pay. Only sOo,
For sale by Kukn Co
IIANNAWINS CREAT VICTORY
mam in xsnoicra mate.
NEW YORK IS THE ONLY WEAK SPOT
Mayor Seta .Low a Defeated for Re-
Elertloa aad the Eatlre Taa
snaay'Tlrket Uoes la or
(Continued Trom Page One.)
... .. m
Grout, 1,272; Fornea, 2,361. Queen's: Mc-
cieiian, b.im: orout. w, Fornes, 1.402.
Kicnmona: uow, ius., no, uroui, x. i
Nearly complete returns from tnia city i
on the canal amendment, twenty-nv ois-1
tries missing, give majority In favor of
It of 82.9CT. .
LONDON. Nov. 4. Such comment as the
I afternoon newspapers make on the result 33.620 to a little more than 25,000, and that ernment. and Immediately Instituted an in
of the election yesterday in NeW York ox- for tho prohibition and socialist-labor v?Ugat(on Mr Jlvheomcla, accused
I presses regret 'at TammanVi victory.
Richard Croker telegraphed as follows to
the Associated Press
WANTAGE. Nov. 4. 19031 have nothing
to say On the result of the election. -
BAN FRANCISCO, Noy." 4.-ElectlOfi
turn, eany toaay xa.r.y -
Schmlts (union labor), the present ncum-
bent, whose plurality on the partial count
Is now 8,434 over Henry J. Crocker, repub
lican candidate. '
The union labor and democratio parties
have captured nearly every office so far as
the returns show, though the republicans
may yet win the positions of auditor, city
attorney, tax collector, treasurer , and
The democrats will fill the assessor', artd
other leading offlces and have a majority I
on the board of supervisors .
vote of this cltv for mayor Is: Schmlts, I
union labor, 25.646; Crocker, rep.. 19,278;
Lane, dem.. 12.367. About 1.0UO votes wer.
cast for Andrews, socialist.
The republicans have elected the auditor,
cltr .ttorney, tax collector, county, cierg
nd eight supervisors. The democrats have
.nentT, wno was endorsed by tne
union labor party, the assessor, recorder,
coroner., district attorney and. In combina-
"" with tne union labor party, two police
Judges and ten supervisors.
.BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 4. The official
vote for mayor f San Franclsoo as given
out by Register Walsh Is as follows:" "E.
E. Scmits, lie! ted labor, 26.016; H. K
Crocker, rep., 19,631; F. K. Lane, dem.,
12,578; F. R, Whitney, sod, 1.PH
DES MOINES. Oct. 4. Returns - keep
coming in slowly, but from the" Incomplete
ones Governor Cummins' plurality ' will be
reduced from 83,000 two years ago to 69,000,
The democrat, have made decided gains
In the legislative districts and for the first
time in many year, the number of dem
erats wilt be over twenty and possibly
The gain. In the legislature made by tfle
democrat I entirely due to local differ-I
nee. The vote throughout tho state was I
exceedingly light, particularly In the cities,
ONAWA, la., Nor. 4. (Special Telegram.)
-Complete- return from Monona county I
gave a republican majority for Governor
Cummins of 406. ' will C. Whiting, demo-
crat, for representative, has a majority of I
M In Monona and 241 In Ida. Lark, ro-
publican, I eieciea supennienaeni Dy w; 1
.urveyor. 8l8;.HUtT. rep,
aw... I. a
coroner, 202: Lamb, dem 'gunei: visor. 73i I
Rawllng. 4cra, sheriff, 177: TUlsonv dem., I
treasurer, 88. On , an Increased .vote- th I
democrat, made gains In nearly all town-
DENISON. la- Nov. 4. (Special : Tele
gramsComplete returns from all pre-
olncts in Crawford county give Sullivan,
flem., for governor, a majority of 300. Ths
democrats hkv elected every county officer
LOUISVILI.E,.Ky.. Nov. 4B.eturn from
. . . i
eighty-three counties, a number of which
are Incomplete, giv Beckham, dem,, Tor
governor, a majority of 26,600. These, fig-1
ures, however, do not Indlcat his real
mslorltv ror tne 'reason mat most ot miwr rhnun
thirty-six countle yet to be heard from
gre normally tepubllcan. Eleven ot these
counties are In the eleventh . district and
each will give a majority, of 809 or more.
Many of the other counties are mountain
ccunties. In remote section. - . ' '
On the tther hand Beckham' majority
iu 7;r - " , ,
w, ,.1 ii 'iiBBiiip
precinct. Roughly 'Peking hi. majority
Ii" .w v.. .v..
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aboTt 10looP ' " .
CINCINNATI. Nov. 4.-The result In th
two count... in Kentucky oppo.lt. Cln-
clnatl. Kenton, which Include. Covington.
and Campbell, which Include. Newport,
wa unusual. Kenton county, which is
usually strongly democratic, gave Beckham
for governor a majority of -433, but elected
W. McD. Shaw (rep.) circuit Judge by
1,621. Ths republicans also elected th clr-
1 cult court clerk and the commonwealth at-
. . . t i , . ii ,.w i i, .
" wsjnpoen npunii -"" pmniiu
I w n oemocraxs eieocea ins cir -
cult court Judge, clerk and Stat senator
I Th republican elect th commonwealth
. MarylaaO. . .
tuTTTuooir iAt mirinia-ht- the
I n..J.4.. .t.tinn imn, rt.iti.
mor city and the state of Maryland havo
not all been received. Th figures of th
missing precincts are promised tomorrow.
Thev wilt not materially change the result.
n Baltimore city.' the entire democratio
ticket, comprising Edward Warfield of lid-
Sard county for governor, O. T, Atkinson
of Summit county for comptroller and Wil
liam Bryant of Baltimore for attorney gen
eral was elected by about 6,000 plurality.
Depends, oa Food.
How often the kind of food eaten
terminoa a question of future health and
happiness or even life or death.
Our. attle girl when but five weeks old
bad to undergo a very severe - Operation
which left her unable to take her nour-
Ishmont tn tho natural way, that Is by
nursing, ana 01 sour i vm
She waa naturally frail and the food did
not help her.' At the age of eleven week
she waa subject to a Second operation and
from that time she continued to grow
thinner and weaker until she was but a
mere shadow," so writes a lady of Ohio.
triad many kind, of Infant food.
and then tho doctor directed us to try
Orapo-NuU. We did so and at ths end
of the first week noticed an Improvement,
and aftor that, .she began to Improve
rapidly. As we continued to give her
Grape-Nut aha kept gaining until she la
now more than two years old and strong
and healthy. Her main food ha. always
been Grape-Nut, and to drape-Nuts she
owes ner ma. 7 wv avr pnn
friend of the food and never lose an op
portunity to speak a good words for It.
Name given by Poetum Co., Battle Creek,
Look In each package for a .copy of the
famous tittle book, "The Road to Well-
The democrats elected In Baltimore city
three atate senators and fifteen member
of the boune bjr Urt majorities. Th re
publicans elected one aate senator and all
state have not been received, but enough
reports are' In hand td assure an over
whelming democratio majority on Joint bal
lot From return received at this hour
It Is conceded that the democrats Will
have on Joint "ballot eighty-two rotes In
general assembly to forty-one republicans.
General Warfleld's plurality In' the stat
will probably reach 8,000.
BOSTON. Nov. 4.-Wllh the exception Of
the socialist vote, the election In Massa
chusetts very nearly paralleled that of last
year. Governor John L.. Bates is re-electea
by the republicans by a plurality of 85,849
over Colonel William A. uaston, in a toiai
voto only slightly under that oi wb, wnen
Bates won by 17,120 plurality.
The vote for the leading candidates
yesterday was: Bates, 199.893; Gaston,
.M4: Bate, gaining about 8.000 over last
year, but as tho socialists dropped from
candidates remained about the tame, tns
total vote ror ail candidate ten just snori i
or last year, tne largest in xne ntsiory or
. l . . I
me BlBie. I
ror an on year, nowovcr, ii was very 1
uiifKfnrv r h itiihri tt hnth tlia I
AHn.iMi Yxn,i it,, h,a, M kaIii1v cuurvt oi me pon venw lion wnicn en1
principal parties. With the head or tns ,j Tri' .1.1 h.t h. in
ucnei weni ine omer repuDiican canuiuaiea
for state offices, as well as seven out of
..... mmhttru ' . th ' .ont,v. v,, "hi
while the lower, branch of, the legislature
7.. " . . . ... . . . . 1
show a republican gain of two members, I
two remaining unchanged.
in- senaiB nr year win nana si repuo-
llcan and 9 democrats, and the house 1561
republlcans. 82 democrat, and one socialist,
ri,v, , a x a 1
with two tie. to be decided
. i I tlon. Mr. Hojo replied that he had no au
" thorlty to discuss the mutter in his official
TRENTON, N. J., Nov. 4. Revised ps pacify, but that his private opinion wa.
returns from New Jersey
Irepublcans have carried Middlesex county
foP both senator and aosemblymen. This
will make the senate stand fourteen repub-
ucans o- seven urmocrais, me same as
inst vr I
The gnin of three assemblj-men by the
democrats In Union coutlty Is offset ' by
losses In other counties. Ths house also I
will be tho same as last year-S8 repub-
iican. and 21 democrat..
PHILADELPHIA, Not. 4--Latest esti
mates from the country districts Indicate
that the Republican state ticket will have
majorities ranging from 225,000 to 230,000.
William P. Snyder, i for auditor 'general,
ha. run .lightly, behind William L. Mathue.
for state treasurer, while Morrison and
Henderson, who were chosen superior
court Judges, polled a Vote almost ejjual to
that of Mathues.
In the counties, where Judge, of common
pleas court were chosen, the republican'
percentage or victories wa. far greater
than that of the democrats. The greatest
surprise was In Lehigh county, where
Frank M. Tfealer, rep.,' defeated Edward
W." Harvey, dem.' This Is. the first time In
the history ot the county that a republican
ha. been chosen as 4 Judge of th common
plea, court. Harvey' ' defeat was due
mainly to the dissatisfaction In the demo-
Lcratlc ranks. The defeat of present Judge
Harman Yerke. dem.. In Bucks county.
by Mahion H. Stool, 'rep., was another vie-
tory which the republican leader were
The three-cornered 'fight In Dauphin
county, Kunel, rep.; Tialn, dem., and Ja-
cobs, anfi-machlne, was 'one of the most bit
ter ever waged In the -county; With Kunel
finally winning jy fmall mslorltv. J
cob was appointed try oovernor Fenny-
packer a. the .Uccfcssbr' to the late Judge
Simonton, and this fact led hi friend to
hops- for his lectkai..:v
jn Clearfield county Judge Cyrus Gordon,
rep-.; was defeated ter re-election by AI11-
son O. Smith, -dem., after a bitter struggle.
HONOLULU, Noy. Complete, election
return irom uanu. county, in wnicn ims
city Is situated, show, that the republican
candidates with a few exceptions have been
successful by .very clone majorities. The
nQme ruler secured th assessor, surveyor
I 7 1
anj four supervbars.v
i i Ee.st Hawaii county the republicans
elected their sntlrs tlckot. excent four iu.
I pervlsors, for . which, , place home rulers
I , Ths boms rulers on the Inland of Oahu
I M making charges of fraud In connection
1 wih ths count. It is estimated that ths
Kniinta nr'over Son Hnwailana were mtected
hv ths bid res of election. It Is claimed b
I the home ruler the .result of th election
wouid hve been a clean sweep for their
11 an me pauois caov una uean
1 counted. . , . 4 .
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PROVIDENCK. R I.. Nov. 4-Comol.te
-....m. trnm th. iiz aMct. at th...t.t.
received tod; re-elect Governor ii F.
Gapvln by 187 plurality, a oecreas 01
W vote. Tn- vote , ror rep. was
ror uarvin oem
publican eieci me enure ull wun
exception 01 govwnor.
DENVER, Nov. 4. Th latest . return
from yesterday' election In Colorado show
that ths plurality for Campbell, rep., over
I wilann. ren.. for Justice of th supreme
I . .A rVk U-I1.n
QUUn Will llUfc UQ , iivmi ., wv. i ,.um vmmm
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i ried but eleven or tne nrty-nine counti
i . th- it.to. his only large plurality being
Jn DnVer. which h carried by i.309. Les
I than 60 per cent of the .normal vote of
I the sUte was cast.
An Incldsnt of the election wa th vlo
Unrv of P. J. Devault. miners' union candl-
I tnr aaaeaaor tn Tellurlde countv (the
Cripple Creek district) over both party can-
dldat, by a plurality or 800.
A Soro never Batters
After Porter's Ant leap tie Healing Oil Is ap
plied. Relieves pain instantly and neala at
tne same time. For man or beast, price, lie.
BEATRICE. Netfc,. .Nov. 4. (Special.)
The marriage of MUs Mary Babln, a popu
lar young lady of this city; to John Tucker
Aneona of Fort "Worth, Tejf., was solemn
tied last evening at t o' clock at the home
of the bride In this city. Rev. Edgar Price
officiating. The ceremony was witnessed
by about 100 gaesta and was followed by a
splendid wedding repast. The young couple
leave . tomorrow far Fort worm, wnere
thv will make their future, home, the
I froom -being engaged In the cigar business
. 1 that place.
ARAPAHOE. Neb., No. 4. (Special Tele
gram.) The wedding of Miss Clara M. Mc-
and C. A. Patton. DO in or Arapanoe,
waa celebrated at the home ot the bride's
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White officiated. The bride and groom are
s."rs In the, social clrsle and have been
resident of thl place for many years.
PIERRE, 8., ,D., Nov. . (SpeoUl Tele
erram.WCarda 'are out announolng th mar-
rinse November 17 01 n. J. v. naau,
.,.,,. .Mrint-ndant of instruction., and
I MlM Aaeid, daughter of Judge Fuller of
the supreme court.
To Care Void sa oae Day,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. An
druggists refund the money If It falls ts
cure. B. W. Grove's signature la on each
JAPAN MAKES EXPLANATION
Tslli Iu Undantandins; of Ealatiom B
twean Gonial and Insurgent Laadera,
MET TRIAS WHO WANTED TO GET ARMS
Offered lipsa Coacessloas to Jletara
to Dahnlt to Aathorlty
WASHINGTON. Nov. 4. The Japaneea
minister hsa received the following state-
m,nt resardlnr the allcs-ed deallnss be-
tween an official of ths Justness consulate
at Manila and the insurgent leader Trias,
M reoorted by General MacArthur In Do
jn January, lflot. the United States minis
Iter at Tokio brought the matter to the at-
n ,h, . ,h. ,.
oonulat4 at jisnlla, in October, 1900, was
recalled to Japan and subjected to close
iHiiimun. mm wmcn mo ivuuwmi uc
nrio iiiui i iu ii. i,
Whlla ntn,nln B n...-. trtr.-
1 svns ne sccidentaiiv met '1 rial ana wss
Introduced to him bv a fallow traveler. In
ins cuuratt 01 ine n)n versa lion wnicn en-
surgents were In need of arms and ammunl
Uon: . that If they could obtain a supply
??'nt for the eoulnment Of from ,ong- to
in.tw men, H wouia ne
an easy matter to
drive the American toops out oi
f the islands
.nd ultimately to secure Independence, and
i mat ii japan wouia assist me lnsurvenis
ktl .until. .wn. n .1 Km m ..nllUn
right to establish a permanent coaling ata-
tlon, freedom of trade and railway fran-
BiUMebfinifnl2i,t Jit J" Jl?:
1u'red how Mr. Hojo thought the Japanese
I government would regard such a propoel-
S, iS, ..kn.wb.tiUei3.'!? h.r i.
snrgents. and he added he thought the
on entirely by Hojo and
Trlsa tnerelv ifateninc
eommSnfcitlon Mr Ho o
nation proved that the facts had been mls-
fnj;'.ni;J' w?f tMii
h.rn .t.nnn ..h ,. irni,.rt ai.t. M.
between Japnn and the United States, to re
tain mm at, Manna, wnere ne had been sub
jected to such grave charges, and he was
transferred to anotner post. The united
8 tales minister at Tokio was notified of the
facts revesled by the investigation end of
the resultant sction. and the reDlv received
from him slated that the United States gov
ernment regarded the matter as satisfac
DOUGLAS COUNTY FIGURES
(Continued from First Page.)
NINTH WARD-SUPREME JUDGE.
Dlstrict. . Barnes. Sullivan. Mickey, son.
SUMMARY SUPREME JUDGE.
- " Thomp-
unrnes. Buiuvan. MicKey. son
642 1164 467 8rit
.... 787' 983 682 lft
.... m ; 678 107
810 749 . . . ; 9H6 8ti7
Fifth :.' 'SMI 1 622 ' " 627 - 78
Blgt .-jwi...w.1124 A i, fcHO ...I 13., 17
Seventh ...I . 636 737 617
ClKlim ui on o
Ninth ..... 678 623 7'i4 ' IH1
Bouih Omaha.. .ii.3 im , iw7 ;vii
Country 1113 88 1127 , 1214
Totals ......8678 8876 9106 11511
- ' Vote oa District Judge.
Following Is the vote of Douglas county
complete on district Judge.' Partial return
Indicate that Sear ha carried both Burt
Bnd Washington counties by a handsome
I -..u-Utf Tl0iifna from flarntf Mnntv
majority. Returns from Sarpy county
will not be available before tomorrow
Return from Burt county on the con
testing candidates forjudge give Redick
1,461, Bear 1,(15, Sutton 1.477, Troup 1.479,
all republicans, and. Dickinson fus., only
ntUTM tTom Washington county give
Reajcfc 1,340, Sear 1,315, Sutton 1.319, Troup
1,824 and Dickinson 1.061 Adding th. figure
tbn9 o0UBtle4Dougl.B Burt and
Washington we have on the republican
ticket Bear with 11.744. while Dickinson
high man of th. opposition ha. 10.246. or
1 " 1 "
r-- , ' I, "V. ,h.
... " . " " " " '
that th clear lead of the whole repub
lican Judicial ticket will be close to 1,400.
Vst oat Coamty Officers.
Complete returns giv the following total
on candidate for county officer in Doug
I las countyj
I CLERK OF THE COURTS.
I . .
Allan ., !13
; There are two kinds of
emulsions of cod liver oil
Scott's and all the others.
Not one of the latter is as
valuable as Scott's Emulsion
and there's a reason for it
Only the purest ingredients
enter our Emulsion and its
quality never varies. That is
why it helps when all others
. There's not much oil in
the market now; it's scarce
and high in price. But seal
oil and other inferior oils are
cheap and plentiful. That's
why you can buy so many
substitutes for Scott's Emul
sion at a lower price.
We guarantee our Emul
sion to . be the best remedy
for weak lungs, low vitality
and wasting conditions. Who
guarantees the others ?
We'll etad roe s aampl free, epos request.
aCOTT A lOWIta. o ftarl (Ucct, Ww York.
For SOFT COAL.
.f " ("" M8LM
Soft Coal Heater
Double-Heater attachment for heating room up-stalrs.
Cost of fuel less than ten cents for twenty-four hours.
Stove can be seen In operation at store off
ilton Sogers S Sons Co
Mr. Matt Bingham, special representative of the Garland
Stove Co., will show the stove in actual use. If you doubt or if
you are interested, we would be pleased to see you. You are not
asked to buy just investigate.
OMAHA STOVE HEADQUARTERS,
I4th aHD'FARNAU STS.
POUCH JUDGE OMAHA.
JUSTICES OF TUB PEACE OMAHA.
... 7.451 Andrews
. Sooth Onttha Loral Ticket.
Following Is tke result of the vote for
Justice of the peace and constable In ths
city of South Omaha. King, Caldwell and
Levy lead the ticket for Justice and Com-
gan, Llnehan and Kaln on the constables.
POLICE JUDGE-SOUTH OMAHA.
Alstadt ' 1.00
King ; 1.678
SOUTH OMAHA JUSTICES OF PEACE.
SOUTH OMAHA CONSTABLES.
L. V. Williams., l.zib'urimm
TRYING TO LOCATE A. E. BELL
Denver aad Omaha Officials Coatee
aad Former Go Kast Regarding;
Alleged Mall Robber.
Superintendent of Mail Lewi and Post-
office Inspector Ittlmer of Denver ar
rived In the city yesterday, conferred with
poetofflce authorities here regarding the
movements of A. E. Bell, the alleged mall
pouch robber and forger, now a fugitive,
and his wife, who has been In Omaha for
some two week, and left for Chicago In
the night to run down some other clues
regarding this much sought-after man.
Neither of the Denver officials nor Post.
office Inspector Sinclair of Omaha, who
ha been watching the case from this city,
would say anything regarding their plans.
They took every precaution - to guard
against disclosing their movement and
nothing, save the fact which drew the
officials togsther, could be learned.
The local poetofflce officials said several
days ago that they knew positively thst
Mrs. Bell was still In Omaha and that her
every action was being guarded, a they
believed by shadowing her some clue might
be obtained as to the location and move
ments of her husband, who escaped from
offloers at Philadelphia some time ago. Mrs.
Bell Is said to have changed her room
ing place her tn Omaha a few days ago,
but the officers declare that they know
Just where she went, so vigilant la their
watch of her.
It is believed that the Denver officials
and Officer Sinclair have got onto a tangl
ble clue as to the whereabouts of Bell
ana that their meeting here and trip to
Chicago I for the purpose of runnin
down this clue.
NAVAL LIEUTENANT'S FUNERAL
Body at Lata Albert Beecher Will Be
teat to Keiasa for later
NEWPORT. R. I., Nov. 4.-The funeral
of Lieutenant. Albert V.Beeoher, V. B. N.,
ordnance officer of the battleship Maine,
who was killed by a fall on board ths
ship yesterday, was held on the battle
ship thl afternoon. Th casket waa cov
ered by the Btars and Stripes and floral
tributes from the officers and crew. Many
naval officer were present at the services.
The body waa taken to New York tonight
In charge of Paymaster Beecher, U. 8. N.,
who will accompany the remains to Dodge
City, Kan., the heme of the deceased.
Will Give lalted Statee Free Haavd
LONDON, Nov. 4. Ths British govern
ment has received a brief dispatch from It
minister at Bogota, Colombia, announcing
the revolution at Panama. The present
disposition of the British Foreign (Tice
Is to lesve sny policing thst may be neo
sssary to the United Slates. -
In every respecr.
If you are
looking for a
borne and want
to via it the
West you can
OP THE WEST
do so with very little expense aa the
Union Pacific will sell One-way Colonist
Tickets every day at the following
rates from Missouri river terminals:
UNTIL NOVEMBER 30TH ,
$20.00 to Ofrden and Salt Lake City.
$30.00 to Helena and Butte, Montana.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wenatchee,
$22.80 to Huntington and Kamim,
$25.00 to rortland, Taooina and -',
at tip, . . "
$25-00 to Vancouver and Victoria. ' ;
$25,00 to Ashland and Astoria,' Ore-
gan, .via Portland.
$25.00 to San Franclsoo, Los Angeles
and Ban Diego.
Correspondingly low rates to many
other California, Oregon,' Washington,
Montana, Utah and Idaho points.
Through Tourist cara between Mis
souri River and Pacific Coast. Double
berth $5.00. For full Information call on
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM ST.
Dr. Searles &SoarIos
Car All Special
DISEASES GF KEI
WEAK, KERYOUS MEN
KIDKEY ABO BLADDER
t.. suad Btedleimo
S5.00 PER UOUTII
Examinations and advice free at offloe or
by mall. written oottou .iw
pr iiiii. i .. , - .
ui- ji..aa jtr refund, money paid foe
irimt Treatment br mall. 14 T
Treatment by mall.
14th aad DeisUa, OMAHA, ,
srm r..llt Anil wv
T yrltltteV I Ce l ''
1. I k ferA I .atbar,laa-
eaaraat4 J Irrltatloae er l
m.m Hiawbim. of siaaeae se
r ai ii..'
Palalaae. 4 sot aatrts-
seat er sefoaoea.
1 Mml by HiaisSatS,
r e east Is alals wreseee,
. 1 ot ea is auia rpm
r i tr e ' rpil. tut
r j SI . erSbottUaM Ta.
Ciraoiar east rassesh
Woodwsrd dt Bnrgess,
In Ihren's Remarkable Drama and th moaf
Widely Discussed Play of th Times
Prices 26c, 60c, 7&c. 11.00. 11.60.
FRIDAY. SATURDAY,' SUNDAY NIOIITS
Matinee Haturdav Hunday
In His Idyllic Drama
"THE NKW DOMINItNM
Prices Mats., c, !0c; night. 26c. toe, T6o $1
PRICKS c Be. 60c.
3c 25c BOc 75
tosiuut AT aiir
A PAIR OF PINKS
AO PKOPl.K 4H
Saturdsy Matinee and NirM-'TIIE HEAD
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