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TI1E OMAHA DAILY HKK: F HI DAY. NOVEMBER 27, lOO.t. .
CURRENT COUNCIL flll'Dl".! TIL V h Vf I P f I? ! till Kill AlllL.MJuNLi LA till IV I ' TUnkigivi g A-.Kr;p.-ia'eD Obcm d i It V: oa f tt"cv. DR. GRAY PREACH IS A PC Wt RfUl SERMON ! lempirn .lie 1'rr.rni I1 1 n lib I'iiii till Id ii of tlic Jeiv IJurli.'l the II in of llir Prophet Hpv, Jinnr M. Oiit, 1. 1'., i,t Boeliin. who at the ;eiiprt of the M lnlstr:nl mo elation preached the uprmiin u. tin uulo 1 IjhankKgli trig f.-rvlce )ed'.ilay niornl .m in Broadway Me:ho ! at cuu c m, way grrt d by a congregation drawn ;rm th mvrr.il Prot'Miont cr.urc hen of th t it y wl I h -mi- ' tee:i long yearn of hard labrtr behind the pletely filled the large auditorium. l)r. ! penitentiary walla before him; J. W. Dsl j . Gray, who la temporarily In tl.e city con- ! ft one-armed man. sentenced to two yesrs; ducting (j Hlljle conference under '.lie in"- ' Robert Stevenson, commltte4 for three pices of the l'reiby te. Inn churches, s n Veers. K- r-- McClelland, who ieavea forceful speaker mid Ms ,1ddren wu ' behind him to battle against the world llatcned to with deep Intercut by bin lrrgc alone, a wife and aeven amall children, aen cnngregatlon. I tenced for two years. They were taken to HI theme. "A Leavened Thanklvhi.' was suggested by the word of the prophet, Amoa. "Offer a Sacrifice of ThunkMglvIng I with l-eaven." taken from chapter 1v., ! biblically and his uddres c imprlsed prac tically a digest of the whole .if the boo!; of the prophet, which was mail- to read Kiih-tr.n.l:.l;j ik a reclt .1 ,r mo tern twen tieth century on.'.ltl ma in u western city, in part, Ir. (Iray spuke its follows: Prophet Deal In Iruuj, The Words of the text i re lioi.c.il. K.cn prophet, ffla upon uic popa ,.i mi.' i.ouy uc-Caelodl.il. leaven 14 rie 1I .1. ey.o,i.ii fo moral orrtipiion. nil i itm. It;r.i.iili in pr.puci, calls upon the peo, le In one r.i lo cominiie to utf na ii.cy nad lieen. '..: worshiping- him iutw..r,j.y, wiiiie at W mme lime il.lng in kim. n sin. 14 wan ihe ki.hIi ii ni ihimcI. liiout "iht B. .'., and yet it s il.c skc "f men gieatcKt inn:Bi proiligdc. usg.--..na A ,jpi unoer iho I'toicmlea, tlieecc at i.tc tinnj of J'ericie", lialy unoer leo iho X.. Kivneu under Jonlx AtV., Knyiiiiil unir i'li beth. and shall we sa, li;e I n,i-,i Matei In her present peilmi of pi ospei liy '.' . As to this let each one make his own com parison, and form his own opinion, an wo consider the picture pet hefore ns. The Indictment the prophet ormgs against the nation Includes iu lost six tilings. First. They were ungrate rtil: notwith standing the past klnclnet of jehovah In delivering them from all enemies ana rs lahllHhhiH them Pi their fair lanil, thev bad ignored the good examples their , fathers had set before thein hihI gageed tn jMoinria owl nun eni iinio inem: inev i refused to listen to or obey the pure word ' t God. Second. Thev were stubborn and sllff- I necked, chastisement arter chuslisen:ent had been sent upon them in love, s'ich as samtne, arougiit, pestilence. connagTattnn. . wr, jri inry iihu nm reiurr.ea tmm con, I unci mm n twiilt Ih.v WL'i rtk tmiv in..i.i ' and as a result they were now rail.il upon to meet Hun in a way they had never met I lllm before. I Third. They wera voluptuous or pleasure ! loving, fond of banquets at which they -revelled tn great luxury, reclining on heels ! of Ivory, drinking, wine nut of imwIs and ', Inventing new Instruments of mush- to 1 tick it their apiietltea and Increase the j fensunusness ol the occasion, while nil this time they were unmindful of the afflictions of the poor. Fourth. They were yovctoufc. hutlng the thought of r holidays, i-Hpei'lally relinking holidays like the Sabbath? because lliev coud not carry on othels business as on other daVa. And. when they did carry It on It was, in the line of scant measures and high prices, us well us adulteration of goods.'. i Flith. Thny were oppressive of the poor. That phruae we so:nctlmee use dtscrlp tlve tf a gi edy irnin, he' wants the arth," Is found in Amos. Tlix greedy men of his day not only warned (he earcn, but the dust of the earth, even Ihe I it vie of it "on the. head of ihr ,Hor," anil they wanted It aa bad thui they "pitntod" aftei ll. . Keaalt of Tllaaleeils, , Hlxth. Finally they were hypocritical, for aide by side with all this moral cor ruption -they were keeping up their outer forms of religion and even pretending: to sigh for the coming of the day of the Lord. Clod reminds them that it will bo a day of darkness for thrm and cot light. Their religious assemblies lie had no de- light ill and as for I heir1 st-called melody f song. It Was rrly "rowe'' jm His ears I All pretentious melody in the services of i God's house Is nothing more thin noise; to Hlni when It does cot proceed from i hearts regenerated Ijy llli spirit and Washed In the blood of the Ijml. But whst was to he the outcome of all this? "I will presii yon. shII Jehovah, "as a cask presseth that is full of sheaves." Vivid, graphic, quivering picture that of the punishment to fail upon the nation iblcb c liniHXc il In their Assyrian- captivity less than three-quarters of a century sfter Wiird. , , A nation is only hi: HggregHllou or in dlvlduals. Ict us examine ours. Ives bv r.'ould be no these standards. If then: leaven tn our Thanksgiving toilnv. let us horrible ourselves under Ihe mlRhty luind of (Jod. Let us ceise tn love pleasure more than we love Ond. Ia-X us renounce that Spirit of commercialism which is blinding our eyes to everything but gold. Iet us consider the poor und the down-trodden and do unto them as we would hive "hem do unto us. Let i'S practice the rllgioii we ' - ' ' COSMl.T THK Kl0 tF ALL CLAIRVOYANTS AND PALMISTS, p it or. ' ik i no SOU Fonrth Mtn tun net I lllnffa, la (Cor. 4th . . mid Willow Ave ) Itedneed prlcra for n frv iloir t;el len-cii J Utter, I ndie 3 ie. All busineas strlcilv prlvrne and com! 1-nli' - ' C V, 4 VI Mi"; KKV tl'-r. vLCAl'llXVl il"L 1 I l.inVJ . , I a.'lcs' and Cioptlvncn Cio hlnn ( l ,rt -1. !J. Pressed and R'-pinJ; vUo 4 '..' 4.'. Cl.-tring. No shrlnlvige c" rubbing off guaranteed. Work lo:ie n thort notice. mmi ELUFF5 STF.AU DYE Wf!R Tel. ,Hki. HUT Wt llrataaltia.v. LEWIS CUTLER MORTICIAN". Panr! aL. Cvuntsll IiUffs. 'ba We Give T'LVACSK Cirrw .-.re lots of penple( r.-h have irj.iey In thi bank. . . . HEc'Al'Sli there crc lots of pco.y loolng fo ;o3d Investments. HKCAUSK e have nrop riles nt'l:ig from S prr cent to 10 per cn,' i.'i Hl'.CAUHri we have some cu-v ctiue. nil modern. i;;".CArtSK o- pijies are rl-rht. tortus rignt ioaatkns light.. JtKCAUS:: we wlj IH."' worth .t t.rope.'t t aeek. ' HKCAI'PK I ere ( some go .-.I sluT that mutt be sold: ... - a'. fio.ii silt ; .; twta-ory bou-e. lh i ; tc.-l .ry bou-e. i.eiua for : ii. t2,iii-lli :'iu'-m:n si.; mo 'era ctii:o. :iy rooms, bath. clnts, shade, paved stioet. tiiii' lorition. he its for flM.u. n r.ta Aienne D: coti,ge. three room: feel. i'heit. ' .'iUO Pcx Aieuue iU frsme house, five roo ST.!'. TO r.'i Avcnuti U: cottage, four r'joii'". , IS.ui. Well located. . K.OnO-iUi-J Sixth Avenue; modern nt ge. liiui, vaia -onn-r. fism gum reel. LOuO-M South Jtih Street; cotiaae. six roa.us. .ellsr, cloets, well, cistern, corner j sppolnted rrsnk wcunar. or Ledyard. re lot. A good hoi-ie. blo fixlju. J .elver for the Ptite Bank of O rmunla. ll.-liU Aveaiit. C; cot Use. tlvs 'r.xm, closets, water In kitchen,' cellar, rh-dt Lot 41'X'jc) feet. Lents for ti m. SQUIRE & ANNIS 101 Pearl Street. " NEWS OF IOWA. BLUFFS. profess lv returning home and erecting J - .' f-undy oltar. -.h-r. perhaps It hn I . vr l.-en n t,J lifting p ii'ir volii- T.Mn(l our tables In praise lo Him who ruh redeerrcd us mul In Jesus Ohrlet fr,,y ,v" " "" t"'""- KG JOY IN THEIR THANKSGIVING rw"r Mrr ""''" erre Their . Term o( lni- vrlaanaifat. j There upri' three then In Council Bluffs ytsienJay for whum Tlnnksglvingday broke ! with little of the Joyouenesa of the season I In f tow for them. For them the clay wag ; a Bloomy one In die t jlWat sense of the , word. Karely hail tltey partaken ft their . early l.reakfuwt when they were ratified to i prepare themselves for. the Jduniey, to Fort ' Maiiigon to nter the penitentiary to which the. had been committed for various tftri'.. The four men were r. H. Bird, with (if- r'ort M"ll"Oii "V Sheriff cnislns, accom- , P'?l eputy City Marshal Leusch and oh,l Knoa. With tha exception of Dally "n n;e 'oun m'" , Referring; to n story published In a local morning paper that extra guards had been I p'ai-ed over night In the county Jail In an ' tdvpation of an attempt of friends of the ! prli-o'iers to release them before they could be takn to the penitentiary, both Sheriff I Cousins and Jailer Martin atated yesterday morning that It was absolutely without j foundation. No such attempt at rescue ' had been anticipated and no extra gtisrdH had been placed In the in II. Jellr Martin ss usual was In charge of the Jail and the prisoners were taken In the morning on ; their way to the penitentiary wltho.it any . uni'SJal Incident of any kind. HafT sells lumber. Catch the idea? Tarns la False Alarm. The glare from the disastrous early morn ln;; lire In Omaha yesterday caused the operator at the crossing tower, of the Northwestern on Broadway to believe that the blnie was In that vicinity and he turned in an olarm. The fire department responded t.t the cal', but soon discovered the mis take. The operator declared that the blar.e was of such Intense brightness that he thiKight the fire could not have been more than two or three Blocks distant. , Tliankstrlrlaa- Week gale. All orders booked this week for moulding framfs will receive 20 per cent discount. Alexander's. SI B'way. , ' Pluintring and heating. .Blxby Bon. MINOR MENTION. Davis sells drugs. Leffert's glasses fit. Stcckcrl sells carpets. A st or for men "Beno's." ' Celebrated Mots beer on tip. Neumayer. Diamond betrothal rings at I-effert s, 40 Broadway. .... U-K and 18-K wedding .ings at LefterO, Kfl Broadway - ' - Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. James Houston ht Hyde avenue, a daughter. 11-Mvr! Hear! Hear! The Royal Hun garian orchestra. First Christian church tiat trday. November St. For rent, office room ground boor; one of Ih most central locutions in the busi ness portion of the city. Apply o Tho Bes office, city. Ist 100-pound sack tecan nuts between Thirty-second street and Missouri river bridge. Finder please return sume to Welcil 'Irannfer Una and receive reward. The city council will meet this morning in committee of the whole and make a tour of Inspection of Indian creek where It Is said to be breaking Its banks In ths north lurt of the city. The members of Abe Lincoln post. Grand Aiiiiv oT the Kepunlic. end Woman's Kelief i t o. s will lion) a joint aoclal session this evening. The members of ihe post will hold ouHMiers session previous to the social aesdon. ,a,)tHi ,,,j Mrls. r. g. Hubbard of IHO? .. ,:,, i i.ki. Ti,.ni..iin. w... ,nP flfleenin Hiinlversury of their wedding -.,.,- i,v .,,vlilii a number of ihir lriends to uinner in Joint celebration of the Keilve occasion.. Andrew Carlson, who bus escaped aever.il times from the hospital for dipsomaniacs nt Mount Pleas int. was taken into cutody last night by the police for disturbing tne pcice ui his family. An el.Mrt will be mad' 10 send bim to the county Jail under the ' Btu,' vagrancy act. 't he funeral of John I. Daltun will be held I st i o cioe tuts afternoon Instead o at i li1. ha pieviously aiii'biincoi. irom the liuully reeiden.-c. 19U" South Hlxth street, ! and i.urtal will be In Wulnut Hill cemetery. nd services will be confucte'1 t.y Hcv. W. S. H.iinti, pastor of the Ftrsi Pre-byterlan church. y4. . UI.kxmis, kMS South EIevti.Hi street, pk brateii 'I'hanksglvlng by Indulging too j fieely in ihe cup mat not only cikiM bin uieiuia.ts. miiu uy me ciniu lie cvenc iioine he wus In A Qghting mood. Ills lamlly "n Jected tu being tl.rovcii otrt noors and noli ned iho police, with the .result that (Jlo Ih'HS i-jieni the night behind the bars. I'ost.iiaaier Hasleton ris-eived yesterday a letter from Mrs. Kutb Worthington of Me iiuojl, Minn., announcing tin urowning of ( naiies Oeorge Orcgory in the lake tucrr. Mrs. Wen ihli Kton suites that Uregnry was i supposed l' uavt! a mother and brother I lll.lC in no cni. uil aciriiircB in iwmr i ilie. yesterday laibu. , j t'h.ities ri. Klmiiult. prtprltor of the Og- , house. estuuUui.ed himself as "the ; vi-.tc-iiMir. d bo ' .nong the conductors; ! i ..j i...iicr.nrii uf die sneet railway com- : . al,y ycsieruuy uy iui;t:t:g every one of i mem t partakd vt a s,:,.iptuou turkey din- I mem IV pariSKd VI a e.;.ipTuoii auraey nin- I " r f l u note.. u:i it.v.ad ik.ii woica many , c. . .f...n iil'la. aiaviLt.llac Ul. 1 lie unail W.ll. ( on. .f the most pleasant of tne soclui fea- ! ."'c- cn tiii- da,. j N. V. Plumbing Co., Jti. :6p. Ni,-h, r-7. ! ' I he t bl-l of llestrra. i !d Sores. L locrs. Plies, ristula and like ! ktuhborn maUdies soon yield to Bucklen s j Arr.lca Salvs or no pay. lie. For sale by Kuhn & Co. ' ! Thanks ten ten icshiik. closets, bath. g i viri.er IjL corier.lo: , . cood locution, slxe of-lot 4xU0 nr. coi;rer lot, site 44x130 fest. Rents for water i;: kitchen, cellar, shsde. Rents for six riaor.s, city water, bath, fine tawn. two TelOpbOlie Q6i .HER ALL THE VETERANS Ccmmavder of Iowa Dstartment WanU Tlem A I m ih G. A. R. SPECIAL ORDER TO THE LOCAL POSTS I rsea Their Members to Make a Sne. i-lal F.ITrt to Brian Ktfrj- Old . Soldier In the State la Orer-nlsatlnn. (From a S aff Cofrespond-iil.; UKS MOINES. Nov. M. (Special.) Com mander 1.,. B, Raymond of the department of Jowj, (1. A. R., is making preparations to inc. ease the membership of ihe O. A. R. In thl i den u tment during vile cn.niiifc- whi te.', by getting into the organization all of the peraons who are eligible but who for one reusnn or another have not joined, lie has Just Ismed n fnec'al crJer lu thu posts in Iowa. In which he takci up this rutj-M't and says: "Comrades ere reminded iIih; fully one half of the veterans In Ih? elate eligible to nenleiKhlp In the i.rund Army are outside of Its ranks. At thu rate at which death Is thinning our ranks, we. fun. hold our nrganla itlon hut a few years longer, unless earnest aim vigorous efforts are made to reeuit into our ranks comrades who will till the places of Hume who fall out. The veterans outside should be re minded tint thev psrtlclp:Ue equally with us in the benefits galneu through the in strumentality of the nrde.', and should not be content to longer accept them without sharing In lis support; and this cn be done In no other way so effectively as within our ranks. "'It Is recommenced that each post, at ;is early a date as possible after the annual eleitlon, mnk the Increase of their mem bership a special order at a regular meet ing: appoint committees to see those h tvlug r i en out as well ns tnose who nave never Jolnej. The utmost charity should be ex ercised In suspending members for non payment of dues, which should lie entirely re nitted where comrades are uiuihle to p:iy the snnie; and no veteran sliou'd be com pelled to remain outside our ranks on ac coMtit of his reduced circumstances. "Heveial departmtnts last year reported an actual gain In membership during the year; let every comrade use his best ef forts to place the Department of Iowa on th's list the coming year. "We should all remember and cherl-li the h'gh eenMments to which we are pledged, to hold the memories of our great service as dear as we do our comradeship today: to deepen our thought of the ongoing good of our regenerated country, to minister to the well being of remairlrg comrades, to rlleve the loneliness nnd poverty of de clining years, to uplift the stricken, to cheer the darkened homes; there can he no higher service than this. Rut this or ganization Is not an end: it Is the means end Instrument more perfectly to secure the end: It the combination of our Indi vidual power; it Is the orgnnlzatlon of our fores for more thorough hii.I efre-t've work. This object Is i noble and useful one. mid uiii'l be kept brlttht and In work ing order. While our end 's prlivirilv to gicrd the well bclnn; of those who with lis pive their best for their country, it Is slso lo extend nnd trmsmlt these nentl me'ita: to hold th' Uelive-ed country true to Its promise', to Its s-erillcet. to Us faith. Ilii ld?als. its honor. This cnnseer-tcd m'n I'try. brother for hrothr;-, we muut mske a specttcle. an object lesson for our 'leop'e. As the crowded years aweep on. und new Interests pi th coirnunlv seem to burv the path by wh'ch we hnve come, ami obscure th thought th-it the present gtwal l the Inherits nee of service nnd .cacrlttoe given before, Is the i o" ern of our iirg.ciil. xttlon. Our home "ork npi"! evr 'loser home: our ranks rrow iMn: but we 'close it".' and stand mur soMd'v to-ether. for all that everv high heart holds tleir. More an" tore will our work be - ;,, - the twilight deepens over the r"th we lrive trod, and around -the eves tht look for ward. To thi work W" rnnsecrale cur elv yon and T tcjfetherv thnt we'rnav m held worthy tr-tand for sach tiTem or Tii-b character, -such service, 'lent we Jorget.' " Removal of Deaf School. Members of the State Board of Control, on their tettirn heme :ifter u trip to the Institutions, express themselves as h ghly pleased with the fact that the btisinors men of Council Bluffs have taken up the matter of securing lietter jm-.und for the state school for the deaf, and are preparing to cio wnutever is necessary lo retain Ihe school near that city. Chairman Cownle states thst In his opinion the present grounds are entirely unsulted for the school, and it must be moved before the permanent buildings are erected thereon The state Is shout to enter on a plan of practically - rebuilding ihe entire school, and before this Is done the legislature will Alfl a tiltne An. ilr.flitv flrinoll n o ' Harlan and some other cities of the state are moving to secure the school, and to offer fine sites and valuable considerations In case It Is decided that the school should be moved. The board, however. Is strongly In favor of keeping the echcol ut Council Bluffs, provided a suitable site can be se cured for the same. The members have been Informed that the Council Bluffs busi ness men have organized to take the steps necessary to net such a site. lonn'a He boo I KihlMI. Time has been extended for the k-Iko's of Iowa In preparing their work for ihe I St. Louis exposition by Frank J. SesMnns of Cedar Rapids, who is secretary of that ! .department. , It has len ordered that hII ! work must be lu Des Moines for the exhibit -to be given In fonuei tion with the state convention ,f the lou Teucheis' as sociation on December 19, 71 und hut this decree has been modified. Wick will be accepted for the exposition at Cedar R.iplds as late as February ) piovid ng thst n p""tlou if the disulsi from the school wss ill Drs Mi Ines on tho ttr-'t jlatc rixed. Have In l.ooklnu for Will. The fa m l.y ai.d rclitlvcs a.f II. e late cm! I M. lu.iki ii :i i on i ; -ert today llial fhey bad given up the sc ire!: for .1 will I , ..A av m ... I , i, ... H in . i - - . own- tir r,- , u,-u ii: .u.uiua.io- w;l, (,e statutes. An ad:nltiistri:tor will soon t;e named. Max son-in-law, Dr. J. L. Sowycra. of Cr nlervllle, v.as iodi.v cle, led president of the Cenlerville Nationul bank Pi snec-ed I 'rake. After two atlrnipts Justing since Wednes day afternoon, the Jury in the $."i0,uuil Duffy cianii.to case agalnsi liie Milwaukee lall r wd. for the death of John Duffy, sr . fid Ida daughter Nellie, near Baysrd. failed j to reui'li a verdict and ,ere discharged at 11 o'clock today. Colored Man it Vindicated. Tl.e Jury in Ihe case of R. N. Hvde tgaiurt James Davis, uu action brought i by the Des Moines colored man for dam- itu (or an alleged violation of the civil lights law. rtturred a verdict this morn lr.it for the defendant. Hyde claimed to , liave been refussd a meal at the defe:id ' sin's rent a. lira nl lu Moulton a few months I avre. He cms id the arrest of Ihe defmd , am, but the grand Jury discharged him. Hyde thett brought suit to recover dam ages. The civil rights law was Involved in loth litigation.. RECEIVER FOR AN IOWA BANK Frank M'elmar Is tn Take Charge of State KstablleBiacnt nt Gerntanla. Algona. la., Nov. LU JuCge cjuiiton hss t 'Tie In-tltutloi. has 2i,o capital and I l i of deposits. Stale Lxr.k Kximlnrr j'laon.p.on has ten In ehaiar of the link's sffilrs for more llian s wek and ffori were msde to secure n settle-vent .hln! h rMtrf lo r, 1 .' i Jh Inability t convert real sttate Into raady money and the sllowanc of over drafts not consistent with good hanking is said to be ths reason for the receivership proceedings. The assets my meet the de-mnnds. DEATH FINALLY CALLS I0WAN David llolllster of Mapletoaj Rsolres After Htaarcil Tears of Rood Health. SIOFX CITY. Is.. Nov. J.-lavld HolliS- ' ter Is dead at Mapleton. Ia at the age of I'd. Me was In good health for ton years. STEAMER DENVER SINKS BARK Two of Crew of Araby Maid Drowned After Mltlalaht Itammlaa. re NF.W YORK. Nov. W.-t)ffl.ers of the Hteumt-r Denver of the Mallory line, which has just arrived from Oilveston, report a collision with the baric Araby Maid, while at seu. thirty miles off Tortugas Island, on Saturday night. Flrnt Mute A. 11. Mireland uf the burl: and i-e:Rer Krlccson. a swllor. were drowned, and the birk, which was heavily, fvrlphted with lumber, sank the minuter aftrr It was lammed by the Denver. Jileven of the crew were brought off the wreck by Ihe Denver's lifeboats The bow of the steamer was injured. Quartermaster Rudolph Nath, who was at Ihe wheel of the Denver, stated that a very heavy sea was running when the big steamer struck the bark aft ths foremast, sundering Its deck and snapping the must off like a reed. The lifeboats of ths Denver were quickly manned and the crew of the sinking' bark taken aboard the Denver. The two victims were found wedged In the wreckage. Both men had svldently been caught In the falling rigging and drowned while entangled In the ropes. The Araby Maid, a steel-hulled bark of 810 tons, was owned in Norway and was bound for Rosalie, Argentine Republic, from Mobile, commandsd by Cnptaln A. Ijirsen. a Norwegian. Ijirsen, who was rescued, says many of his men wers In their bunks when the crash came und wera aroused by the in-rushing water. Two of the rescued, the. secoijd mate and cabin boy, were taken from a piece of wreckage Just as the boy was about to sink. The bodies of the two men who drowned were burled at sea. Captain Ijirsen says lie saw the Denver bearing down on him, but realized his dan ger too late to save the ship. As soon as the collision occurred the Denver backed and ths bark began to drift away. Ciptaln Evans of the Denver ordered the Denver's searchlight into play and in Its Held those on the Denver saw the bark capslse. The bou's were gotten out and as the search light played' on the wreckage the rescues wc re made. No ofllclal ttalement as to the cause of the wreck was given out by the Mallory line rflielals. s MARKS END OF REVOLUTION Cablegram from Man Domltiaro Relates to t'loslnar of the' Little In- pleasaatarsa. .1 i ' . WASHINGTON. Nov. 26.4-The end of the San Domingo- revolution' 4s officially ; re corded In a cablegram received at the State department today from frilled States Mln- Istcr Powell. Cated yesterday. The minis ter reports that all la (inlet; that the: presi dent. Wos y (Jil, and 4le, cabinet were to leave for Cuba. The Newport had with drawn Its marlres" rci'tTf"the" city of San Domingo. The Tevoliftfoisjii'y' party guaran teed order and safetyToft all persons. The election of a president to1 succeed the de posed Wos y Gil 'will ' take place Iri three months. ' T The Baltimore, which went from Sun Do mingo to San Juan for 'oa. probably will not return to the first-named port, but will come north to Newport News to be In spected before Joining the Asiatic squadron. according to the original plan SAN DOMINGO. Nov. X The act of capitulation which wa.s signed Tuesday by President Wos y Oil and tho minsters of the United States, Belgium. Haytl and Sp.clp. calls for the holding of elections within three months and the Installation of the new president on February 27. j A decree Issued yesterday makes all dues i payable In cash. Former Ministers Brache and Febles left this afternoon for Cuba. General Wos y Gil' will. It Is expected, leave In a few days for Curacoa. Quiet prevails here. The warships have withdrawn their guards with the exception of the United States marine guard at the British consulate, where General Wos y Gil Is a refuges. FILIPINOS COME TO LEARN .Marlr.Sli, to He nt SI. I.ouls, Are .nn- Sludylnn- In t'nllfornla Schools. WASHINGTON, Nov. Hi, -W. A. Suther land. In charge of the Filipino boys who have come lo the United States for educa tion In American methods, called today upon Colonel Edwards, chief of the Insular Bureau, to report the disposition he has made of his char-eb. He brought to California ninety-nix Fili pino hoys of. the average age of 18 years, anil he has plucedthcm In various families In southern California where they wl I take advantage of the nearest educational facili ties. Next tnmmer they will be brought to ft. Iamis as part of the Philippine ex- J irl'it al Ihe txcoHitlou. When this. Is clotted the youths will be brought east to com- ' plete lln lr education, to which they must I device four jeais. Tin y are pledged t.r ( cmer tan Philippine civil service upon their ; I ,,, ,h- i.iun.i-',,,.1 n....t r..... ,htlt H,.rvi(, at PHt foul. y,.rs. The boy, j s,.,n . BC)1!j fotiiidatlon for their ft idles, icveral of them being graduates of the Mar.lla university and all speak Eug- :uh. HYMENEAL. Piakrr-I'rot asaek. WEST POINT. Neb., Nov. (Sclal.) Joseph C. Pinker, cltrk of the ciatriut court of Cuming county, was married thW nuirn ing to Miss Mildred Ptovasnek at St. Ma-y's Catholic churc h by Very Rev. Jo.eph Rush ing, r jc tor. The brldj lie a well knawn young woman uf this city, having btS.i born und brought up here, and is a sister-in-law of Hon. T. M. Franse of th's place. Tiie couple will Immediately begin house keeping in the new house Ju't purchased by the groom. t a aa obeli-Baker. BEATRICE. Neb.. Nov: It.. tHaecial Yesterday at 4 o'clock at the Centenary Methodist Episcopal parsonage occurred the marrluge of Mr. Virgil Csmpbtll and Mh-a Maud K. Baker, both of Falrbury, Rev. D. L. Thomas omclutlng. The groom Is one of the proprietors of Campbell Pros.' circus, which Is In winter quarters at Falrbury, and ufter a short wedding lain the young couple will return and make their borne at that place. Indiana Defeats Ohio. i'OI.rjlBI'8. II.. Nov. Ir.dsim univer sity to ay arrested libit State university 17 to IH. F.ve ih..UMiid persuiin alines ed liu f.me. Indiana kicked one goal from fleiij. ihlo made three loua-hdowns bv straight fool bail in Ihe last hair after Indiana had cored all Its points. Ohio lost the game by faUliig lo kick two goats. MAY HAVE TAKEN THE TOWN Kuiiia Tbinki it Probable that III Troopi Occupy Rai-Ohcnf. SAYS THAT PEOPLE OF JAPAN WANT WAR ' American Who Has Returned from Far F.ast Relieves tht Island Klnsrdom Is (.Setting Into Mhnpe for Tronhle. ST. I'KTKP.SBrHO. Nov. Si.-No speclllc Information has been received here con cerning the reported reoccupa lion of Hut k'neng. thirty miles north of New Chwang, by Russian troopi-. but il Is tvgarded at finite probable. The town Is cl ise to the Mukden-New Chwang railroad. It is ex plained that the wltole country is occupied by Russian troops for the purpose of pro tecting the railroad workmen and the Chi nese population front the depredations of robbers. The oftlclula here are at a loss to understand why the possible entry of Rus sian troops into Hal Cheng has been mads the occasion for alarming reports. "ays Japan Wants War. ' SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 26. Jolin tiood- now. United rttatcs consul sreiieial .it I Shanghai, and Dr. Bedloe, for a ihhiiIh r of , years American consul st Ainox, but m w i a newspaper correspond nt, save arrived hers from the Orient. Consul tloodnowS does not look fur war In the Orient, but believes that the existing trouble will Ik satisfactorily settled between the contend lng nations. He expresses himself highly pleased with the new Chinese treaty, which ha declares Is of great Importance to the United States. Dr. Bedloe says the Japan ese are eager for war with Russia ind that the little brown men have no fear of the result. He Insists that the Japanese are stronger as a naval force In the east than Russia, and are steadily strengthening,! their fleet by converting a number of mall steamers, recently purchased. Into armored cruiaers, Japanese Purchase Flour. MINNKAPOl.lH. Nov. 36. Millers report an extraordinary Increase in the flour ex port trade with Japan. In September the trade more than doubled In size. In the nine months ending September SO, 1!1, the exports to Japan wip 2:3,540 barrels, In the same petlod of 1902 they were S7.T36 bar rels. while In the nine months of this year they were over COO.OOO barrels. This Inn en o Is believed to be significant of preparation for war with Russia by Jupnn. While the purchases have been made through the or dinary channels It Is believed that the mikado's government has Inspired them. liens Fnvor of Her (iuds, TOKIO. Nov. 20. It Is stated in mandarin circles that the empress dowager la finding her days and nights harassed by the Manchurian question. Womanlike, she ims resorted to the goda for help. In fact. she. has lately made a vow liefore the Buddha of Waushoushan temple thiit It the affairs of the troubled provinces be satisfactorily settled by next Novemler she will expend the entire money contribu tions promised by the high officers of the crown of Peking and the provinces, esti mated at 8.000,000 yen in all, for the celebra tion of her seventieth birthday nnnlversarj next year, planning to build extra temples. beautifying tl.e present ones and In doing other good work that may be pleasing to the gods. ... Ilsroiie'cy for Mayor Ritchie. LONDON. Nov. 26.-King Edward has conferred buouetcy cn Ixrd - Mayor Ritchie In im mmemoriibin of his leeent eu tertui.ime it of King Victor Kmmanurl and Queen Hclcni of Ila'y at ihe Guild hau. vanish tlbleet to Reins Frleually. MADRID. Nov. 2i. During the debate on the naval budpet In the chamber toduy the opposition renewed its protests against the application for sending the Sjmnlsh cruiser Frances Hodgson Burnett. A quaint, beauti ful child story by the author of " Little Lord Fauntleroy." Henry Harland. A serial, by the author df " The Cardinal's Snuff -Box," laid chiefly in New England. Booth Tarhtngton. A series of political- stories by the author of " The Gentle man from Indiana." SPECIAL OFFE.IV The S. S. 2 The abore maga zine and all others always MAGAZINE TELEPHONE 265. Friday and Saturday Special Women's Silk Petticoats limil-iiltADFJ AlAKES AT GREAT REDUCTIONS. I'iVprv woman should be inttTt'stt'tl in this sale of TaiK-.v Silk IVUicoatK. High-class, irtrtty style nt less than the price of the silk from which they are made. $.".l0 ami fU.OO Wlk l'etticoats 3 50 18.50 and f'.UK) Silk Petticoats ' EJ QQ 12.00 and $13.00 Lace lYiuinied Silk EL( Petticoats at... M7.r0 and $20.00 Fine Silk Petticoats Q QO tf22.r.O, 25.00 to 35.00 High-Class Petticoats J Q QQ Notice among this line you can secure fancy all bilk styles as low as 3.50. Rio de la Plata to New Orleans In con nection with the St. I-ouis exposition. The minister of marine particularly pointed out the necessity of Spain having a good fleet In view of the situation in Morocco, not for the purpose uf mixing up In the affairs of other powers, but for the defense of Spanish rights. FOR SHORT LINE INTO PEKING Itnaslans llitlld Thoaaand Miles of Road Into China from 1 ' Mlberia. ST. I'KTF.RSRl'RO, Nov. 2.-The survey bus been completed for a railroad from Kiukhta, Flberia, to Pekin, by way of Ougou. Tho length of the road will be about LOW miles. It will give a short cut to the Chinese capital. A dispatch received here from Vladisvo stok snys the Jupnnese' consul general In Coreu has issued a proclamation to quiet the nlarin of his compatriots. A telegram from 1'ort Arthur says the Russian torpedo boat Statuy, was launched there yester day, making the twelfth torpedo boat built at Port Arthur. The first six of these vessels ilmve already been placed on a war footing. Deed of Insane German. ItKItf.lV. Nov !ti ThomUB lld.lil.n.U,. H ,,,,, tailor, hi Ihe nreseno. of t...nd,.,i. I r)f arsons, ihrew his two children, aged respectively 3 und 5 years, on the rails be- fore on approaching train at a suburban station at midnight and leaped after them. All three wnre killed. Marklewlecs's wife died on Monday, which Is supposed to have led to the tragedy. Anarchists Arrested' In Svrltrr rland, tJENEVA. Sitserland. Nov. SR. By order of the federal authorities the police have arretted two anarchists. Bourtozoff und Krakoff. who have been living for some time In Switzerland and editing Hn anar- 10 Cents a Copy $1.00 a Year At Any Price the Best Famous Writers will contribute Great Novels to McClurc's Magazine next year. They are : Stewart Edward White. A powerful love story with an Arizona setting ; an epic of the desert as was the " Blazed Trail" of the woods. Irving Bacheller. A delightful novel with all the charm of "Eben Holden." George Barr McCut cheon. A love-farce by the author of "Graustark." with country detective as hero. In every number of McCIure'i there are six short stories, bcau . tiful pictures, and articles of the greatest interest on subjects of burning national importance article that " really bite." THE CHRISTMAS McCLURE'S has nine good short storiesy Christmas stories, humorous stories, stories of life and action all of them good; articles by Clara Morris, John La Farge and Ray Stannard Baker, and a chapter of Ida M. TarbelVs great history of the Standard Oil. Subscribe now for Mediae's for 1904 November and December numbers of McClvri Company, (19 Lexinjtom Bloc., i&Jaafi N SALE jgtz 1308 I3 Alt NAM STREET. OMAHA. chlst paper. Bourtosoff originally came here from Siberia, where he had been al ready Imprisoned for advocating vbdvni anarchist measures. Pourtozoff nnd Kr.iK off probably will be conducted to the fron tier and expelled from Switzerland. FEWER NEEDED AT HONOLULU- MacArthna Considers It Would Re Sitl. flelent to Make Pearl Harbor Stronaly Defended. HONOLULU, Nov. 26 -Major Oiu imI MacArthur, who has arrived here to study the military situation In the llawullnu Islands, says that the main feature of the defenses of the territory Is the protection of the naval station at Tear! Harbor. He advocates a reduction of the forces in Honolulu and declares that the occupation of the other Islands Is not an Important matter from a military standpoint, while Pearl Harbor Is maintained as a tr, hk defensive position. ISRAEL ZANGWILL IS MARRIED Quiet WrddlnsT In F.ast London Makes Hint Hnsliand of F.dlth Arrlnn. I.ONDON. Nov. I'.l. Israel ?:nngwl 1. the author, and Kdtth Ayrton, daughter of v. K. Ayrton, president of ih Institute of Klectrlcal F.-.gineefs, were married 'inietly today at a registry office in the cast ri d of Ixmdon. A number of distinguished novel ists and theatrical people were prvs Tit." . tirewsome Proof of W reck. BRUNSBUETTEI.il A FKN, Pros Ij. Nov. 26. The washing ashore of bodies i.ud u cargo on Borkum Inland, In the Nor;h ci at the mouth of the Ems. Iwenty-nix mihs from Emden, confirms he repnt of th wreck of the Dutch steamer Anglbi, b nind from Hamburg for Rotterdam. 1 1 1.00 and ret the this year FREE. New Vog, N, Y. Subscribe Through Us e il