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THE OMAtIA DAILY BEE: RTTNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1003.
! C1RL TELLS HER OWN STORY Clsr Josfphine Coffia Balates Strange Tm of Her flight Wsrt, CLINGS TO THEORY SHE WAS ENTRANCED At flens of Postaaaater Crow, She Awaits Father's Arrival, Stilt Snfferlas; from llervees rrestratloa. For the first tlma alnea her arrival In Omaha Thursday night after her thrilling escape from alleged kidnaper near Cedar Rapids, la, Mlsa Clara Josephine Coffin of East Orange, N. J., yesterday was seen by someone outside of the Immediate lamily circle of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crow, at the home of Postmaster Crow, South Fortieth street, where she Is staying, A reporter for The Bee was admitted to the Crow home and allowed to convene with the daughter of the wealthy New York broker. Mlaa Collin was found suffering Intensely from the nervous shock Induced by her ex traordlnary experience, but she talked ra tionally of all that she remembers from the time she met the mysterious man and womart last Tuesday morning In East Orange. Her memory, however, la almost a blank on the trip across the continent, and aha only recalls being In Chicago until ana was sufficiently roused from her stupor to make the successful attempt to elude her t nrmer tor at the little station In Iowa, the name of which she does not recall. "I had noticed this woman several times on the streets before she accosted m last Tuesday," said Miss Coffin. Her black- eyes seemed to command obedience from the first. Tuesday, as I waa going from my home to the gymnasium, she spoke to me. fine told me to go home and pack my clothes. 1 waa impelled by soma power I ould not explain or resist to do her bid ding. I not only took a bundle of clothing, but brought along my purse. I know I had several dollars more than fifteen, I think. I returned to the woman and' we were joined by a man. - Cmot Describe Han. 'No," said Mies Coffin, In reply to a Ques tion, "I do not remember what this man ooka like. All I can recall is that we got lto a closed carriage. I remember nothing mure until we crossed the Hudson river to New Tork. I cannot remember getting on the train at New Tork and have no recol lection of the trip west. I came to slightly at Chicago." Kow did you know .you were tn Chi cago?" was asked. "I, saw the signs on the buildings," waa th efenlv mwtn t H vrnln H f-I K i r a n tn f lit 'Bible violently a the little ahe remem Ter of her weird ride waa called vividly to mind. Hesitating only for a short time, j Mlsa Coffin proceeded. ' "I remember nothing more, until - w ar-' rlvedalXedar Rapids. By that time I had f recovered, I thought, and I watched my opportunity and got out of the car. I got the porter on the train to telegraph to Mr. Crow. I got off the train at a little atatlon and bought a ticket with the money left In my purse.' They must have used some, for I had several dollars. "I do not remember that I waa given any drug , while I waa with that man and woman." By thia time Mlaa Coffin was again be coming excited aa the thought of her peril came over her, and Mrs. Crow, who waa present, deemed it best to bring the Inter--i view to an end. J Girl's Father Coming;. E. W. Coffin, the father of the girl, la ex pected to arrive in Omaha the first of next week. "We had a telegram saying - he ' would start for Omaha today," aald Mrs. Crow. "I aee by the morning papers that he la supposed to have started lost night. It thla la true he will arrive here a day sooner than we had expected." Mrs. Crow stated that Miss Coffin waa till suffering intensely from the nervous train, but that ah thought her complete A. TEST EXPERIMENT. Peeallar Fewer Possessed, by a Kew Medietas. . Of new discoveries there U no end, but one of the most recent, moat remarkable and one which will prove Invaluable to thousands of people la a discovery which it la believed wlU take th place of all other remedies for the cure of those cora ' mon and obstinate diseases, dyspepsia and atomach troubles. Thla discovery la not a loudly advertised, secret pateut medicine, but Is a scientlno combination of whole some, perfectly harmless vegetable essences, fruit salts, pure pepsin and bismuth. , These remedies are combined In losenge form, pleasant to fake, and will preserve their good qualities Indefinitely, ' whereas all liquid medicines rapidly loae. whatever good qualities; they may have had as soon as uncorked and exposed to the air. This preparation la called Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablet and it la claimed that on of .these Tablets' er loiengea will digest from 30U to 4,000 times lis own weight of meat, ess aud other wholesome food. And thla eJUUm has been proven by actual experi ments in the following manner: A hard boiled egg cut Into amall place waa placed in a bottle containing warm water heated to ninety-eight degrees (or blood heat) ; one of these Tablets waa then placed in the bottle and the proper temperature main tained for three hour and a half, at the end of which time the egg waa aa com pletely digested aa it would have been In a healthy atomach. Thla experiment waa undertaken to demonstrate that what It would do In the bottle It would alao do In the atomach, hence Its unquestionable vulue In the cure of dyspepsia and weak digestion. Very few people are free from aome form of Indigestion, but scarcely two will have the aame aymptoma Some will suffer moat from distress after eating, bloating from gas In the stomach and bowels, others have add dyspepsia or heart burn, others palpitation or headaches, sleeplessness, patna in chest and under ahoulder blades, extreme nervousness aa in nervous dyspepsia, but they all have the same cause failure to properly digest what la eaten. The stomach must have reat and assistance, and- Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets give It both by digesting the food for It, and In a short time It la re stored to Its normal action and vigor. At the aame time the Tableta are ao harmlea that a child can take them with benefit. Thla new preparation has already mad many astonishing cures, aa, for Instanoe, the following: After using only one package of Stuart's Dyepepala Tableta I have received auch great and unexpected benefit that I wish to exprena my alncere gratitude. In fact. It has been six months sine I took the pack age and I have not had one particle of distress or difficulty since. And all this In the face of the fact that the best doctors I consulted told me my case was Chronlo Dyspepsia and absolutely incurable, as I had suffered twenty-nv year. I dis tributed half a doxeu packages among my fr lands here who are very anxious to try this remedy. Mrs. Sarah A. Kkeel, Lynavllla, Jasper Co., Mo. Stuart'a Dyapefla Tablets are sold by drug-gists everywhere at 50 cents for full staed psckagiee, A little book on Stomach luseasrs mallea free by addressing V, A. fcluart Co., Marshall, MicU. recovery was only a matter of a few day at the most. Mia Coffin greatly appreciate the kind' n- she I receiving at the hand of her Omaha relative and much of the dread of her strange experience ha lredy worn off. She avoids referring to It herself and the subject la not broached by any mem ber of the household, at Mis Coffin's re quest At the time of Miss Coffin' Biidden and mysterious disappearance from her home In East Orange her teachers at the high school and friends expressed the belle: that the young woman' mind had been slightly upset by over-study, and her father I quoted by a New Tork paper as having taken the same view. Pallet la Her School Work. In the Kew Tork Sun, under oat line of November 4, la a story from East Orang on Mliis Coffin's disappearance. In which It Is said that the girl. In 'preparation for Vannar college, had been carrying extra studies at high school and had dropped below grade In her mathematics and that It Is believed she worried ! over this and preferred to disappear rather than return to school under the circumstances. The same report says that Tuesday night Miss Coffin told her folks at home she wanted to run over to se a girl friend, Mlas Jessie Houston, and that she dis appeared at 8:40 that night and ha not been een since. Her failure to return frightened her father and prostrated her mother, end the police there, in New Tork and other cities were Immediately advised to look for the missing girl. A thorough search waa being made, when Mlsa Coffin turned up at hef "cousin1 sTa Omaha. The general impression gathered from extern report I that the girl had worried her self sick over her school work. CCUNCILMEN ARE . AROUSED Indlgrnaat at Efforts to Prevent Pay meat of Bills for Maatclpal Pavlsa. Hostilities between the city council and the Barber Asphalt company have not been sweetened any by recent unofficial acts of on of the local representatives of the trust. In the fight made to prevent payment of bills Incurred In municipal repairs to asphalt letters have been written to the bonding companies, sureties for the council men, advising that the lawmakers will be hold responsible on .their bonds for the amount paid. ' After an investigation the surety compa nies declined to cancel the bonds. "I do not fear the cancellation of my bond," said on of the councilmen, ,"as I could get personal surety without trouble, but the method used arouses my resent ment. It will not help to heal the breach between the Barber company and the city, and will have an effect towards the con struction of a municipal asphalt plant, - in-' stead of confining Itself strictly to repairs, a.. was at "first proposed, you may see Omaha laying Its own asphalt pavements. There seem to be little or no question, in view of the work done this season, but that the city can put down asphalt paving better and cheaper than has been obtained by con tract" Considerable asphalt paving lu the busi ness district Ii yet to be repaired, but has been delayed by the slow arrival of mats rial from the west. "BOXERS" RUN OUT OF TOWN Billy Hhoadea and. Man f Passed as Tommy Ryan Leave at Judge Berka's . Re.aest. Billy Rhoados and "Philadelphia Tommy' Ryan, the principals In a boxing match Friday night at, Washington hall, ' were given three hours to shake the dust at Omaha from their garment by Judges Berks. Neither attempted to explain his actions, but accepted sentence gracefully and. bowing respectfully to Jadge Bexfca and City Prosecutor Thomas Lee, JookAuUh to make themselves scaro within Ahe time limit. , OMAHA VIEW IS 111 EARNEST Improvement Clab Get Utter Several . , Caneee for Complaint with .. Mack Vigor J -' . Good attendance marked the meeting o the Omaha View Improvement club Friday evening, with President Callahan in the chair A committee consisting of Messrs. J. Davis, EX F. Morearty and F. C. Monroe was i appointed to wait on Councilman Evan and ascertain of him the probability of Wcauiing ' certain'' needed and promised Improvements, and to get a definite answer from him. It was reported that Lake street between Thirty-first and Thirty-second' street had besn rendered practically Impassible through the brick making firm of Withrow dk fimlth cutting out several thousand cublo feet of dirt from the strict for making brick. Mr. Morearty was directed to file a complaint' on behalf of the club with the proper city officials against Messrs. With row 6V Smith, and to take the necessary legal step toward having them properly fined or punished for utilising the public streets for their private gain and use. A complaint was also directed filed with the Board Of Health againat Anderson's dairy, west of TUUrty-thlrd street, between Lake and Blondo, as a publlo nuisance and menace to public health, and particularly for dumping refuse and offal from the dairy within the city limit. .A motion prevailed directing the secre tary, to pay to the Central Federated. club the dues of the Omaha View club to that organisation for the mouths of September, October and November. A proposition wa dlscuased looking to In teresting the women of Omaha View In the club and creating an auxiliary. The building committee reported progres and favored the creation of a joint stock company for building purpose The com mittee will submit Its report In writing at the next meeting. The project of a social under the aus pice of wive of the club member 1 being considered and will probably be carried out within the near future. OFFICIALS BACK FROM WEST Uarrlmea Mea Retara from Salt Lake Where Sehedal of Trains Are Ohsusgea. President Horace CI. Burt of the Union Pacific, E. E. Buckingham, superintendent of transportation, and J. B. Berry, chief engineer, arrived home Friday morning tn their special train, and E. I Lorn ax, gen eral passenger and ticket agent came in with John C. Stubbs, general traffic di rector of the Harrlman lines. In his private car "Sunset," which was attaohed to the fast mall and arrived In the city at 4:M m. from Salt Lake, where they met of ficials from the Southern Pacific. Oregon Short line and Oregon Railway at Naviga tion company and effected new schedule. Mr. Stubbs. when asked what would be the makeup of the new time card, re marked: "It ta not yet completed." He only remained tn the city long enough for his car to be transferred and attached to the Northwestern train leaving for Chicago shortly after th arrival. K. L Loraex. general passenger sad ticket agent of the Union Paolno, aald: "On the Union Pacific the tralna affected are what are knows as Noa. 4 and 6 and th Chicago-Portland Butts special. Th y u W1 comes ITH THE COMING OF COLD WEATHER there the necessity for cold weather needs. The opportunity is . -. nr;TKtr'i"i'tr) ttt yours tomorrow ai uciNixc. i i o. we nave turned over our gigantic stocks brought out all the comforting things received carloads of seasonable items. Tomorrow morning these will be thrown on sale at prices really astonishing, considering the reliableness of the goods. We not only guarantee the worth of everything we sell we sell nothing we cannt. guarantee. Everything we sell is 36 inches to the yard. 16 ounces to the pound, and no nonsense. NOTE We are the great headquarters for the Green Trading Stamp system of merchandising. It has turned the old town upside down! It's here to stayl Our energies are back of itl Our integrity is involved in itl It is solely and wholly a benefit for you! It gives you interest on the money you spend and beats bank interest at that. How's your book coming? CALLING CARDS Nice to Have Cost But Little 100 Cards, in Old Eng. Iish or Script 39 cents Pretty Aluminum Case FREE . STARTLING BARGAIN' SALES. FOR MONDAY In the DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Furs for women and children atock of nearly $20,000 to select from. Tho beat styl3 and beat prices ever made in Omaha. Aa electric seal scarf with six tall, valuo 11.50, Q)Q A B si film coney scarf value $1.00, $2 90 V mountain squirrel, new shape scurf satin 7CS lined, cords acid tassels, value S5.50, price .... ZPO. -L O A fine sable opposura scarf value 17.75, J)t5 50 .$8.50 $25S3250S45$55 A 62 Inch sable fox value $11.00, . price Aitrskhsn costs ev: guaranteed, el jwrfect make. cry on a guaranteed, elegant curl, . wear seal coats tiooks like seal, wears like seal and fits as $25-$28.50-$35 Near seal coat trimmed with southern bea nQ Efa. ver, suchas furriers sell for $40, our price.. ipAOiDU Children's fur sets white or colors, prioes 98c-$1.25-$1.45-$1.75 and up to $23.50 tucked yoke, our price LDfiaVO All our whits lace waists China silk underwalst, the newest r 2 ?.p. .....$6.50-$7.95 Black and white check silk waists bl ack CZ E? i silk piping, any check IpOiOU New silk waists white peau do sole, all sizes, small white silk buttons, value 86.60, Women's winter coats brown and gray albellne, stllchr-d bands of stitched broadoloth, fine lining-, til A CEZ value $6.00, price .IP.VO Fine keray, black and castor, satin lining, ".Ilk braid trim ming, shoulder capes, value $15.00, $11 90 Outing flannel garments Just opened ten cases. Women's gowns, from 00c up Women's pettlooats, from.. 25c up Children's dresses , 35c Children's and Misses' gowns, from 35c up Children's and Misses' petticoats, from. 25c up fllsses' tailor suits all wool cheviot, blue and brown, long coat effect, silk straps, flow skirt, f 4 4 ff value $18.00, price 41 1 V U Women's suits wool cheviot and canvas cloth, long coat eneci, buk oram Deit, triple capes, sine en tt straps, value $20.00, price 4) 1 0 J J Specials in Dining Room Fruniture If only a matter of day till Thanksgiving. Thought of new pieces for this occasion are upper most In many minds. Here' an opportunity to provide them at a generous saving. 1 Sideboards and Buffets OoloVn onk large mirror neat carvings 4 4 1 $14.00 value at 1 Golden oak beveled French mirror hand carvings I lined drawer for silver 116.00 value 2 C)g rjolden oak pattern French mirror serpentine front leant brass trimming an Ideal board to 4 A Qti I trim up H9.0J value at It J Golden oak beautifully carved beat construction cant ibraos trimmings and lined allver drawer Q OK 124.00 value at . Golden oak 18x40 beveled mirror all e- jlected quarter sawed oak maaslve design ne J43.00 value at... S.VO Golden oak haped front carved olaw foot all selected quarter sawed oak tu.uu value Citl II ... a ............. w. .............. a... ' at China Closets 15.95 Qolden oak bent end neatly carved gal llery 119.00 value at ffiolden oak all quarter sawed oak bent ' OIA.fi J end and French leg li7.00 value at Golden oak bent enda and swell front mlr- ' QC j tor back-36.00 valu S J Chairs Chairs Golden oak cane eat-thoroughly braced $1.30 qq. value at Goldon oak flnlah-ahaped seat and banister Cf bade $2.00 value at Golden cak brace arm bent front and back 4 QE ro-$2.00 value at a.VC Golden oakbox eat construction polished 2 25 $3.00 value at , Golden oak box seat construction lat back fl Ofl J3.75 value at Plato Racks Golden or weathered oak 0o value at Golden or weathered oak $1.60 value-at Golden oak beautiful design with solid back Cf M.00 -value at vv 59c 1.00 Tables Tables Golden oak -foot extension heavy posts $7.00 value at Golden oak fluted poet fine finish $10.00 value at Golden oak xtra heavy post moulded frame oUsh finish $1&00 value at Selected quarter sawd oak French leg - hand carved frame $18.00 value at ' Pedestal style mads of selected Quarter round top maaslv claw foot $33.00 value at Pedestal style made of selected quarter beaded frame highly polished $22.00 value at A Rare Chance to Buy 5.45 - 7.95 10.50 14.00 awed oak 29.00 awed oek 18.75 Rugs ' cn you utilise a Wilton or Domestic Oriental with one-quarter the purchase price clipped off? A remark able collection of the season' newest patterns, coonitrt Ing of beautiful floral delgns and unexcelled reproduc tions of the finest Turkish and Persian rug. xl0- Brussels oral and medallion effects f ft A A . $11.60 value at 1x12 feet one-pleo Brussels u per b coloring fl RfJ $17.60 value at Jxll-I Velvet Rug heavy close pile inexpensive f A Afl and durable $111.00 value-at J xl 2-foot Roxbury these celebrated ruga come In floral, medallion and small Pervlan effects 4Q atfi $24.00 values ct -VJ 1x13 Body mussels full six-frame rich color- Of Elf! lngs-W.OO value at Si 13-foot Royal Wiltons these are unquestionably th most durable rug produced $4P.OO CKA. valu-t A 0 Curtains Curtains And here are some curtain value. It will cer tainly be improvident fur nny housewife who needs cur tain for the home to negloct taking advantage of these reduction. Buttle Curtains fish or net center-deep lac borders $4 00 values at Cable net center wide ruffle $50 value at Arabian ruffle net with-lace Inserting and deep border $6.00 value at , Arabian ruffle net with Battenberg edg and wtuw lace inserting $tt.00 value at Fine Bohblnet with lace Inserting and wide ruffle 17.00 value at Fine Bobblnet wide lace border and Insert ing $7.50 value at r Fine Bobblnet with renaissance Inserting and border $4.00 value at .2.45 .3.45 375 .4.45 .495 .5.25 6.25 Another Sermon iv v ar jySr 00,1(1 Vs v Dorothy Dodd SEE THE DIFFERENCE It Is the American point of sensitiveness not to know how to do things aa they are done byreoognised authorities. Recognised authority 1 another name for style. If a woman has style you know It at once. You ' examine her credentials tn your first glance at her shoe. If they are not stylish, she la noC The "style" of a "Dorothy Dodd'l shoe la the flrat thins that aU tracts atenUon. It Is unmistakable. ! ... " The "Dorothy Dodd" 1 a different from an ordinary hoe as day from night ' , " ".' . , But don't take anyone- word for'thla. Merely try on a pair and see the difference In the appearance of your feet., Sincerely yours. DOROTHY DODD. n-ford- S2.SO . ?' XJT Root s vnn XlT $MaW M90i U" Specials. 50c More. Fast Color Eyelets Used Exclusively. V C"1SSJJB nr i,ins Crockery A huge sale of Fancy Lamp. The right time to . buy Lamps is now. From every quarter where good Lamps are made we have gathered in our immense supply. ' Tomorrow, Monday, we start a big discount sale. We want you to come and see our Immense varieties, Tou wouldn't believe so many vagaries in designs of Lamp and Candelbra were possible but juat BM wnat we have and ' you will marvol at the show. We have everything that 1 new. Lamps in Metal Lamps in China Lamps in Porcelain Lamps in Glass Lamps of Every Conceivable Kind To get in on thla big sale a discount of 20 per cent upon our already closely shaven prices all you have to do 1 to mention thl advertisement, and take your choice. Here are some more specials from this nntque 2i"-partment. Maobeth'B No. 1 Pearl Top Lamp Chimneys each , Yusea Welsbach Mantles-each Heavy Hotel Bell Boy Jus per UUIOU .. .......... ...... ..... ...............i Brown Rockingham Cream Fltchers WW . ..5c 25c 1.35 3c e w Wall Paper 10c Genuine Drug Money Savers Lilac Talcum Powder 44-pound can Armour Fine Art Soap cake Armour Fine Art Soap box Carter's Little Liver Pills ' per bfx Alcock'n Plasters 13c two fir Plno's ' Cure A Chambetlaln'a Cough Cure . Castorta at Jayne's Vermifuge at Hay's Hair Health at Peruna at 8. 8. 8. mall 8. 8. 8. large Oray's Glycerin Tonlo Tongalln ,. at Ruftwll' Emulsion of Fata eeee)eeee ...8c 20c 15c 25c 20c 20c 25c 30c 40c 68c 75c 1. 14 85c 85c 80c Art Bargains KEW GOODS Iff DAILY THIS WILL BE THE ORDER OF THINGS TILL OIR COMPLETE HOLIDAY STOCKS ARB OH DISPLAY. t Elegant Water Colors. qH in gold frame CJOC A large line of Colored f Pictures nioely framed -lUfn up from a w Cupids , in all size- up from w"' W have the largest and most complete line of Picture Frame and Moulding in Omaha. In Pyrography Goods we lead them all. Com and get your suppllea Outfit from $1M up. Art Dept, 2d Floor THIRD FLOOR Tapestries, up . from. ..... . Embossed heavy golds, up 1 Sari from ....t...J Gilts, with 9 or 18 inch borders, fZn up from ...... :vJv,' Good white blanks, up from....... 3c A Great Clear Up HARDWARE PRICES The number of bargains In hardware 1 the same as the number of items in the hardware section their name U legion. HERE'S A FEW STUNNERS FOR MONDAY: r 50 lb Japanned flour box .54c Small sized bread or cake box .42o Medium sized bread or cake box..... .48o Large sized bread or cake box ...... 54c Shaker flour sifter , 12c STEEL RANGE Six 8-inch holes, 18- inch oven, high closet, asbestos C!! CA lined, nicely nickled pv0 0U Same slove with reservoir $29.50 Oak heater, heavy polished, 14-inch steel body, large ash CO 00 pan P770 Stationery Dep't Crepe pap?r, all shades and colors, extra fine grades, special, per roll .... Fancy assortment of crepe paper for shades, shelves, etc., regular 25c paper, for...... Finest assortment of box paper, at JL 15c 19c WATCH YOUR EYES! WE'LL WATCH THEM RIGHT That la, w will give them all that expert scientific treatment can give tbem, and that's lust all they need. ' WON'T COST MUCH, EITHER! HORSE BLANKETS Special (his Week A heavy dark brown stable blanket extra strong wool lining, quilted, two surcingle. This was made up especially for us In all sizes, and we guarantee that it cannot be duplicated In Cms ha for the money. We will soil same until stock .orin..?... ..: $1.48 W have the largest line of horn blanket and lap robe in Omaoa at lb lowest price. latter train, which leavea Chicago now at 10 a. m., will hereafter leave at 10:30 p. m. and 'will arrive at Butte at S p. m. These are the principal change of th time on th Union Paclflo and the schedule will go Into effect November IS. A few minor changes yet remain t be considered, but these deal with th tlm of th train run ning on the branchea - "Th only noteworthy change en th Boutuern Paclflo will b In the time of train No. 4, which will leave San Francisco at $ o'clock a. m. Instead of I a. in. Th new schedule for No. I 1 still under consid eration. On th Oregon Short tin train No. T and I will only run to Idaho Falls in stead of Butte, leaving one through train daily between 8alt Lake City and Butte. "Th new LAicIn cutoff wa not Included In making up th schedules. The trestle Is i.iiupleted- and will be formally opened November ts wban the flrat train will cross lU carrying a party of th most dis tinguished railroad men In the country. It will be thoroughly tested and pronounced absolutely safe before the run will be mad and after it 1 put in use It will not figure In th transcontinental run as a tlm aavr." It could not be ascertained whether any action had been taken on the proposed agreement between the Santa Fe and th Southern Paclflo for the transportation of Utah coal to western points. This matter has been under advisement for aome tlm, but the officials would not dlvulg any thing. . REV. DR. TINDALL QUITS OMAHA Exekaagea Pslslts With Rev. J.. R. salts, ef Great Falls. Hsalssa Rev. D. K. Tlndall. pastor of. Trinity Methodist church, ha been tranaforred to Great Falls. Mont., and Rev. J. It Smith of that place has been assigned te th pastorate at Trinity church. The change will probably be made some time during the next two weeks. Rev. Tlndall, who goes to Montana, has been a member of the North Nebraska conference for many years and during that time has occupied some of ne most im portant pulpits in the confidence. Including the one which he now rellnqulah In many way be ha been a prominent figure in th Melhodlat church in this part of the world. - The new pastor of Trinity is highly spoken of, both as a man and a pulpit orator by those who know him. ' Wtsls .( Arrive. . NEW YORK, Nov. T. The dwhess of Roxburgh and her daugbtor, I.ady Isabel lnncS-Ker, arrived todoy on the steamer Csa-pnla to attend U wedding of th duke of Roxburgh to Mis Ma Ooelet, No vember 10. Clifford 8lfton, asent of Great Mrltaln in th Alaskan arbitration, and Mgr. O'Connell rector of the Catliollo uni versity at Washliiatun, also were on board. ONE WITNESS IS IF. OMAHA laaaest late Cast of Wreck ef Big rar Awaits Retsra ef Dtshep. INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. T.-Coroner Tut wailer said today that his report on th cause of the Big Four wreck Saturday bad not been completed. The coroner said that further evidence secured mad 'it Un certain whether I. H. Bishop, th Shelby street operator of th company, had re ceived the notice of th coming of th special, and Mr. Bishop 1 badly wanted a aa important witness. II said that under th rules Bishop would have received such a notice and no . notice had been trans mitted by him to the yardmaster. Bishop's son has notified th coroner that hi father 1 at Omaha at hi wife's bed side and will return to testify whan wanted. ' Qallty ef Maaslaaahter. LARAMIE, Wye., Nov. T. Frank Kenfe. the I taw Una merchant who shot and killed Policeman John ltttxter several months ago, has been found guilty of manslaughter, ills attoroy flld a motion for a near trial and was allowed ten day in which to prepare th brief. Meveaseat ef Oca Vessels Oe(. At Southampton Sailed: Fuerst Bis. marck, from Hamburg, for Naw York, via Cherbourg. At (jueenatown Arrived: I.ucanla, from New York, for Liverpool, and proceeded. At Boulogne Sur-Mer Arrived: Hytulam. from New York, for Rotterdam, aud kt' ceeded. it At tienoa Arrived: Prlnaes Irene, f New York, via Gibraltar and Naples. At Hamburg -Arrived: Pretoria, ft net sola, via riiuvuia uui vutrwuii ,1