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TTTE OMAHA DAILY BEEf KUXDAT, APRIL 24. 1004.
Tela. tU-SM. WE CLOSE SATURDAYS AT F. M. h:r:T Monday t-tET . Specials Doh Stairs 5 Special prices on Lace Bed sets: fl.50 Lace d sets, Including spread and shams oor special ' price Monday, $2.50 per set. f tf0 Lace Hetl sets, including spread and pillow shams our spe- 1 clal price Monday, $ 4.00 per set. f 7.00 Lace Bed gets, for iron beds, spread and bolster sham flounc- , rwlonr ferwlnl nrifp MondflV. Ter Set. S5.50 Lace Ped sets, for iron beds, spread and bolster sham flounced our special price Monday, $4.00 per set. 4.00 Lace Heel sets, for iron beds, spread and, bolster sham ? flounced our special price. $2.98 per set. Fancy Printed .Curtain Swiss, 30 .roods at 10c per vard. Ready-made Red Sheets, bleached, size 81xD0, ready for use special price Monday, jyc eacn. Manufacturers ask 43c for same goods now. A Launderable Sold at our notion , most women that good dress shields. most emphatic way, ' Th Cnnfleld people have made the "Hicks," expressly for summer service. Put it through the laundry and it will come out as good as ever. That it's a perfect perspiration proof shield goes without saying. Y. M. C A. Building, Corner mfi crossing1 is no part of General Kotiro. patkin's tactlca. Tha Russians Intend ' that the Japanese shall have the river behind them before giving battle In force. KTouropatkln's plana In this respect are fully approved here. Of courae the Rueirtnna wHl do all In their power to render the croaslng aa difficult and expensive aa possible, but the first decisive engagement will occur In Man churia, where the Russians believe they will have all the advantage of position. The Japanese fleet la again reported to be elf-Port Arthur, but tha report la not Official. . . . RUSSIAN FORCES CROSSING TT'ME" Karopatkla Await Reinforcements Betor .0Vrala Against Japa., PARIS, April U. According to the. St, Petersburg correspondent of Petit Parlllen, It la stated that fresh Russian forcea are croaslng . the Tumen river xp : attach tha Japanese flank. General Kouropatkln la de sirous of delaying operations, thus giving Russian reinforcements time to arrive. The correspondent adds that h learns from a reliable aource that the Baltic sea fleet will not leave Llbau before August 15, or perhapa September 1, thus being due to arrive In the far east at the end of October. , Cannot Confirm Report ( Flgnt, ST. PETERSBURG April . -iA rtimbr Is current In this city that tha Japanese sustained heavy losses while attempting a landing near the mouth of the Talu river. According to the report, which Is said to be based upon a private telegram from Port Arthur, the Japanese lost T.000 men, The story Is not confirmed at this hour and Is discredited In quarters where the Associated Press correspondent made In qulrlea, but an absolute official statement baa not yet been obtained. ovnstnpol Welcomes Sailors. SEVASTAPOL, April a. The welcoming of Captain Roudneft of the cruiser Varlag and the second section of the survivors Of the Varlag and Koriets la proceeding. RAIN (or Shine) COATS, CRAVENETTES we mean, just the thing for these uncertain days, absolutely rain-proof In a shower, and a stylish wrsp when tha sunshines. We sell them for BOYS AMD Y0VHQ MEN GIRLS AND MISSES $1.75 V0.00 $12.50 115.00 . $10.00 $12.00 $13.50 Also new styles In Mackintoshes Lilliputian Umbrellas. $2.35 $5.25' ' $5.00 50 7St $1.00 $1.25 Write for new Catalogue. "Phone 1701. AMUSEMENT TICKETS FREE BENSON gfTHORNETS ' aii w m m m i mm w CUT OUT TMI Omaha Be . V A Trip to St. Louis via The Wabash ONE VOTE 0 Veto far. Address. rrrr nni nmr nonnntt at Boa Offlco Omaha Be. Omaha, CUT OUT THIS COUPON. Omaha Deo Exposition Coup a A Trip to St. Louis via The Wabash PREPAYMENT COUPON ft. .Vsltg far. Addrnu. less M ! (nam). nd. oeiipcnv whoa acoa pnaied I '' SOUUU W vutMKt anch fc paid. .) J" A suhoortpUoa oaaeol k prepaid . iMiMMt o awe UIMt 4 Btau i Bee, AprU K Inches ' wide our regular 18c henry linen, finished muslin, Dress Shield counter. Don't need to tell the Canfleld Rubber Co. makes They know it, know it in the by experience. this new light weight shield Sixteenth and Douglas Su A publto reception was held today at the foot of the statue of General Lasareft, and later a big dinner was given In honor of officers and men, at which the emperor and the Imperial family were toastel amid great enthusiasm. not BT ABOVT LAKDISO AT At,lT II True If Wonld Mean Flehtln at Once. (Copyright by New Tork Herald Co., 1904.) TOKIO, April 23. (New Tork Her aid Cablegram Special Telegram to The Bee.) The dispatch announcing tha land ing of J0.00O Japanese soldiers near Dalny la anocryphal. If true. It would mean Itn medlat fighting. . . SUMMARY OF THE WAR NEWS ... Rumor of Decisive Raaalaa Victory la Ua4 Engagement la tneoaflrmed. (Copyright by New Tork Herald Co., J.MH. NEW TORK, April 2S.-(New Tork Her ald Service Special Telegram to The Bee.) St. Petersburg heard an unconfirmed re port, whldh emanated In Port Arthur, that 7.000 Japanese hadr been slain In a battle along tha 'Talu. i Paris, too, reoelved a hint that there had been a treat Russian victory, but rn neither city waa there any Information to add to the report. In England there la an Increasing publlo demand for a better understanding with Russia, the theory advanced being that after all. "blood Is thicker than water." Krata Ready for Trial. ST. LOtTIS. April tS. Charles Krats, former member of the city council, now under $40,000 bond to answer to an Indict man, itharrlnv htm with hrlherv while f councilman, hns returned from Guadalajara, Mexloo. Mr. Krats aays he will appear at Butler, Mo., In the opening of the May term of the Bates county circuit court to answer the bribery charge against mm. COUPON. Exposition Coupon or malt to "BxpoolUoo Nebraska. IHMMIMMMMMMHUIIMMittMM f a each aropald nbasrlpttoa to THS BSJ. etea for oaoh oollar Bald, Ota, I noUl tho aiuouat 4vm to aata has m pateV aiwiiuv. iMinnma vuw ERMASS IEC0M EXCITED Do Bo. Like Eumor of E;gtVnJ and France Sot.lillf EfTn War. KAISER SETS THAT TASK FOR HIMSELF Deabt Is Expressed of Troth of tne Story, bat Evea the Sngge.tlea of Betas l-eft Oat la Dletastefnl. - (Copyright, by New Tork Herald Co., 1904.) BERLIN, April 23. (New Tork Herald Cablegram Special Telegram to The Bee.) The publication here of the article of the Novoati, suggesting the possibility of the mediation of England to end the war, Caused an Immense sensation. The fact that tbta article was telegraphed by a Russian telegraphic agency and for warded to tba German press by a semi official German agency, has given It an Importance which It would not otherwise have possessed. At the same time reports came from London of King Edward's con ference in Copenhagen with the Russian minister to the Danish court and the sub sequent meeting with Count Benckendorff, tha Russian ambassador In London. From Toklo come dispatches that a peace party has already made Its appearance on Japanese soil. All this furnished food for reflection In Berlin, bat In spite of the apparent seriousness of the news the pos sibility of anything being done at this juncture Is not credited. German publlo opinion unanimously takes the view that Russia cannot begin to think of peace until It has reasserted Its prestige on the field of battle. At the same time It would un doubtedly be very unpleasant to the Ger man foreign office If any other nation should play the principal role In bringing a,bout a conclusion of hostilities. If England, France, Russian and Japan should arrange a settlement In the Far East, Germany would again have been treated as a negllgeable quantity, as in the "negotiations regarding Morocco. Since the beginning of the war and for weeks previous all the energies of Ger man diplomacy were devoted to consolidat ing tha empire's relations with Russia, so that Germany might tbe 4 decisive factor In the final tettlement. France and Eng land, having their hands tied by their re ep-tctlve alliances, were not regarded aa competent to undertake mediation. This role was reserved to Germany as the only power In no way entangled In the far east, and tha only one which could, In consequence, play the part of honest broker. A dispatch received tonight from Lon don saya that King Edward has already placed himself In direct communication with the ciar. tn reproducing this dis patch, the Post, whose' relations to the German foreign office are well known, de clares, in contesting the possibility of medl atlon by England: "We regard the above Information as false. Puoh mediation will only have a prospect of success when the honor of the Russian arms has been re stored by a decisive victory." Tha Post further states that It is now certain the czar will personally proceed to the seat of the war. Tha exact date has not yet been fixed, as it will depend upon the completion of the concentration of General1 Kouropatkln's forces, but It will be probably In July. No regent will be appointed, aa the ciar will not have quitted Russian territory. APPEAL TO THE DEMOCRATS John Marter Vrges Then to Ahandoa Bryanlsm for the Old-Time Faith. VERONA. Neb., April 21,-To the Editor of The Bee: I notice an organisation called the "Loyal Democratic league" has Issued an address to tbe democrats of Nebraska, and especially to those of Douglaa county. Among other things, It calls attention to the primaries of 1891 Every democrat in Nebraska knows that alncs that time and under the leadership of Mr. Bryan the democrats have steadily lost votes, and yet they claim that he rescued the party, when In fact he delivered It Into the hands of the populists for the purpose of making himself senator from Nebraska, but fulled to carry the legislature, and later, when there waa a chance to get Hitchcock, a demo crat, appointed senator from Nebraska, Mr. Bryan turned him down, and the demo cratic party as well as Mr. Hltohcock feels the "sting of ingratitude," Next they aay they want the reaffirma tion of the Kansas City platform aa a whole. Now, the facts are that the rank and file of the democrats of Nebraska, who have always voted for Bryan, are now opposed to the reaffirmation of the Kansas City platform that contains ths famous '16 to 1" plank, placed there by Mr. Bryan over ths telephone from Lincoln when ho turned dictator, and held up the conven tion. Every school boy knows that ths "It to 1" plank is dead and no longer right, and that Its sdoptlon would prevent ths election of any democrat But why don't Mr. Bryan advocate ths gold standard, that he must know la right? Why does he denounce Cleveland and other honest democrats tbst be knows are right on this point T It is because of bis "cross of gold and crown of thorns" tn ISM, when he turned ths whole campaign on an issue that time has proven wrong. Should he advocate the gold standsrd now they would use the deadly parallel column on him and make him ridiculous. Will ths rank and, file of democrats of Nebraska allow them, selves to be used to prevent the election of a democratic president T Will they con tinue to help fight the only democrat that stands a ' good chance of being elected? We who have always voted for Bryan and now desire the election of a democratic president find the columns of the World Herald closed against us. Msny of us I think that Mr. Bryan Is a large stockholder In the World-Herald and controls It and will use It from now until convention day to prevent the honest expression of the democrats of Nebraska to their brethren la ths east and south. It Mr. Bryan go tt ths nat'onnl convention, but let the democrats of K.brasVa be honest with themselves. It ths lank and file for ones get In the saddle. JOHN MURTKY. Cwr High School Athlrtlca, MITCHELL. 8. D.. April ?-(Spcll Tsl-egram.)-The Southeastern South Dskota Educational association adjourned li-r. this n ornli.g after a succenful meet Inc. there tlng over IjO teachers pieeent Ih's morn lig. The I igli chim! snJ col-e sd the primary sections held separate meetlrigsfor tbe rrMer.tat'un ct fspers. In the letter the work was more Interfiling because of tbe practical demonstration or me worx In schools. Tho superintendents snd prln clpals agreed ui proposldoa t m&ke high school athletics leas prominent In school work and a curb will be put on tha youngster The following officers -were, elected: President, L. c. Planegan of Alex andria: secretary-treasurer. J. B. Byere of Parker. The assgriatlon voted to hold tha next meeting at Vermilion. EXPERIMENTING ON SOLDIERS Effort to Aseertaln If the Men Can Be So.talned wta Tablet Foot. I ST. LOUIS. April 23. -Nine United States army soldiers who have for some time been following a course of diet prescribed by tha Tale medical board, which is ex perimenting to ascertain If soldiers cannot be sustained with tabloid food, arrived hers today and at once went to their quarters at the government field hospital reserva tion on the World's fair grounds. The sol diers are apparently healthy and strong. It Is stated that the experiment will be continued at the exposition grounds, and on Its success depends the sdoptlon of pro posed radical changes In the rations for the government's soldiers. WRECK ON THE UNION PACIFIC Superintendent Bronkerttoff and As sistant Shaken l by Rock oa Track. KANSAS CITT, April . A special offi cial train on the Union Pacific railway struck a rock west of Grantvllle, Kan., to day at a point known aa Calhoun's Bluff and was partially derailed. Only the fire man waa Injured. The train was made up of engine, one empty coach and the special cars of Superintendent J. O. Brlnkerhoff and Assistant Superintendent A. G. Palmer. Neither of these officials were hurt, accord ing to reports received at the local office of the railway. They were' on a trip of Inspection and were enroute to Kansas City. APRIL GRIDIRON CLUB DINNER Nebraska Han Atteada the Function Given at the National Capital Last Evening, WASHINGTON. April 23. The Gridiron club gave its April dinner tonight at the Arlington hotel, and, as usual, there waa a large company of distinguished guests, who were entertained with unique and typical features burlesquelng public events. The guests Included many senators, mem bers of congress, governmental officials, army and navy officers snd others promi nent In Washington official and social cir cles. Among those from out of the city were Samuel Hill, Seattle, Wash.) H. R. Lindsay, Kansaa City Star, and Charles E. Ma goon, Nebraska. EVEN TO SEVEN IN SEVEN INNINGS Blair and Fremont Play Even la a Short Game. FREMONT. Neb., April 2S.-(Speclal Tel egram.) The ball gams between Fremont and Blair High school teams was called at the end of the Inning to enable the Blair team to eaten a train, uacn naa seven scores to their credit. Blair had It all Its own way for the first four Innings. Langstaff proved very effective and waa well supported. In the fifth Tweedy started the fun by lining out a single. Three more hits, a couple of errors, a base on balls and one man hit by tbe pitcher brought In five runs and Fremont stock went up. The last three Innings were played In a drlzsllng rain which made it hard work for either party to hold the ball. Jennings pulled his team out of the hole in the seventh, when with one man out and three men on bases he struck out one man and the noxt popped up an easy fly, retiring' the side. There was a good at tendance and Blair brought along a dele gation of enthusiastic rooters. Soorei Fremont t) I M M M 0 T Blair I 0 0 0 0 1 I 0 9-7 ' Base hits: Fremont T, Blair . Errors: Fremont 8, Blair 8, Struck out; By Jen nings it, by Langstaff 6. Base on balls: Off Jennings S, LanRaff 1. Batteries: Fremont, Jennings and Bland; Blair, Lang staff and O. Smith. Timet 1:46. Umpire: L. Haven. MICHIGAN CARRIES OFF HONORS Wins Fonr First, Including Fonr-Mlle Relay, at Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA. April .-The Uni versity of Michigan carried off the honors on Franklin field today In the annual car nival of tratk snd field sports held under ths auspices of the University of Pennsyl vania, which proved to be one of the most enthusiastic meetings In the history of college sports. The Michigan men won four firsts, arid In doing so Rose, their giant freshman, equalled the world's shot fut record of forty-eight feet and two nches, held by Horgan of Ireland. In an exhibition trial after winning the event. Rose, who Is only 19 years old, put the shot forty-eight three snd one-half Inches, but the figures will not stand in the records because they were not made In competition. The weather was Ideal for the sport and more than 12,000 persons watched the 800 athletes perform. Sum mary: Four mile college relay championship of America: Daane, Stone, Perry, Kellogg of Mich igan first; Armstrong. Alcott, Hall. Par sons of Ysle second; Elsele, Swan. Chspln, Williams of Princeton third. Columbia, Harvard and Pennsylvania also ran. Michigan's time by miles: 4:42. I:23tt. 14:03H. 1S:62S. , Dos Molnos Oronads Aro Wet. DE8 MOINES. April a.-(Speclal Tele gram.) University of Nebraska and Drake university were prevented from playing a morning practice game here today on ao count of ths wet grounds. HAS A SAY Tho School Principal Pood. Talks Ahoot The Principal of a High School ID a flourishing California city says: "For a years I worked In the school with only short summer vacations. I forms! ths hsblt of eating rapidly, masticated poorly, which, coupled with my sedentary work, led to indigestion, liver trouble, lame back and rheumatism. "I'pon consulting physicians aome doped me with drugs, while others proscribed dieting, snd sometimes I got temporary relief, other times not. For U years I struggled slong with this handicap to my work, seldom laid up, but often a burden to myself, with lameness snd Yhsumatlo pains. Two years ago I met sn oia iriena. a physician who noticed at ones my out-of-health condition, and who prescribed for me an exclusive diet of Grape-Nuts, milk and fmlt. I followed his Instructions snd in twe months I felt llks a new mm. with no more headaches, rheumatism or liver trouble, snd from that tlms to this Orspe-Nuts has been eny main food for morning and even ing meals, sm stronger and healthier than I have been for yeara, without a trace ol ths old troubles. "Judging from my present vlgoroas physical snd mental state, I tell my people Methuselah may yet have lo take second place among the old men. for I feel Ilk. I will live a great many mors years. "To si! this remarkable change in health 1 am Indebted to my wise friend and Grape-Nuts snd I hope ths Postoro Co. will continue to msnufacture this life and hoalth-gtvlng food for several oenturles yet until I move to a world where Indigestion is unknown " Name given by Pos'.um Co., Bsttle Creek. Mich. Ask sny physician whst he knows about Grape-Nuts Those who have tried it know things. There's a reason " Look in each pkg. for tbe famous little book, The Road is ROSEBUD BILL BECOMES LAW Lon j right Encli When Fruident At'aptsi Hit fiigotttir. PEN TO FIN0 HOME AT BONESTEtl Formal Opening of Reservation Lands Will Fsohahly Oecnr Rot Later thaa tho First of Jaly. (From a Staff Correspondent.) WASHINGTON, April 2.-(8peclal Tele gram.) President Roosevelt this morning signed the Rosebud bill opening to home stead settlement 416,000 acres of land in Gregory county, South Dakota. Senators (Jumble and Representatives Burke and Martin were present when the president affixed his signature. At the conclusion of tho signing of the bill Presi dent Roosevelt turned to Representative Burke snd tendered him the pen and holder with which the measure hal been signed. This souvenir Mr. Burke will forward to the Commercial club of Bunesteel, 8. D., an organisation which, has been persistent In pushiDg the messure. - After tho president's signature hal been attached to the bill, the South Dakotans called upon Commissioner Richards at the general lanl offlco to confer with him aa to the regulations to be adopted govern ing the actual opening, of this territory to settlement. So far hs practicable the same provisions will be mdc to govern the opening of Rosebud as prevailed at the opening of the Kiowa, Comanche and other Indian lands In tho territory of Oklahoma In 101. These lands were opened by lot under the personal supervision of the com miosloner of the general land office. As to the opening of the Rosebud lands It has been agreed that prospective set tlers be sllowed to register at either BoneVt steel or Fairfax and at Chamberlain. The registration offices will be opened some time In May, the precise date being un known at present. The drawing will take place at Chamberlain, S. D., where the land offices sre located, a few days before the date which may be set, when filings can be made. The date of filing will be between June IS and July 1 next, the de sire of ths South Dakota delegation and of tho officers of the general land offices being that the Rosebud reservation shall be formally opened to settlement not later then July 1. Permission to Harness Bis; Muddy. The senate today passed a bill to au thorize the Ox-Bow Powder company of South Dakota to construct a dam across the Missouri river from lot 8.' In section 28, township 14, range 3, west of the Mon tana meridian, lo hi opposite bank. The object of this legislation Is to provide water power for the company above men tioned. The bill has already passed the house and now goes to the president for approval. Senator Millard today secured the pats age of his bill authorising Captain Wil liam B. Horton, U. 8. A., to accept the decoration . of knight commander of the Knights Chamber Elm Enouar bestowed upon him by the president of the Frsnch republic. Rural free delivery routes ordered es tablished June 1 at Harris, Oceola county, la., routs embraces area of twenty-three square miles, containing population of 48S. Postmaaters appointed: Iowa Genoa, Wayne county, L. T. Montgomery, yloe G. M. Rathburn,. resigned. South Da kota Ordway, . Brown oounty, R. J. Hall vice Annie M. Hall, resigned. ' Wyoming-. Riverside, Carbon county, -A. E. Exson, vice B. Morgsn, resigned. - tenth Dakota Delegation Is Thanked FAIRFAX. S. D., April .-(Speclal Ttle grara.) The republicans of Gregory county met In delegate convention today to se lect ten delegates to the state convention to be held at Sioux Falls May 4. Ths con' ventlon passed resolutions thanking ths South Dakota delegation tn congress for their earnest and finally successful nan dllng of the Rosebud bill. TOLSTOI ON THE WAR (Continued from First Page.) conquests by which man thinks to demon strate his progress. ''We sdmlre the pyramids, and ws ask ourselves, 'of what ubs are they? AH these Inventions of ours are our pyramids. I believe that some thousands of years Lfrom now a people will come, who, seeing our vestiges, will Inquire: 'What were these singular people who imagined that to go rapidly from one point to another was an essential thing In llfeT' They will be right. I have never understood the util ity of traveling. Journeys make men lese their time; they are an obstacle to work." The visitor Inquired as to the truth of the report thst Tolstoi hsd made a present Of 1,000 boxes of his books for the Russian wounded. The count and tha members of his family his wife, his daughter-in-law and his Andre, all burst out laughing. He sal there wasn't a word of truth In it. TWO FIREMEN LOSE LIVES Fifteen Others Aro Seriously Injured la Fire la New Jersey Building. NEWARK, N. J., April tt.-Two firs- men were killed and fifteen others Injured today In a fire In a six-story brick build ing In Mechanic street, oocupled by Wiener 4k Co., saddlery hardware manufacturers. While the fire waa at its height, a score of firemen were on the roof of ths Empire Gear and Top company, a one-story brick structure, adjoining tbe Wiener building. An explosion occurred in the Wientr build ing, which blew out the wall of thst build ing, and three stories of the aide wall of the Wiener structure crashed down on the firemen. Ths building on the roof of which they were standing was smashed like an egg shell snd the men were burled under a huge mass ot brick and timber. Three of ths firemen were In a dying condition when taken out. Two died on the way to the hospital and the third Just after reaching there. The dead are: WILLIAM B. CRANE. JACOB BLETLE. Among ths Injured firemen were the chief of the department. Robert T. Kler stead. Battalion Chief Robert F. Morgan and Captains Theodore Wolf and Rusaell Beroaugh. Chief Kieratesd wss knocked down by ths concussion snd was hit by falling bricks and other d.brla. He In sisted on staying to direct the work of rescue, although hardly able to stand. When the collapse csms the other firemen stopped fighting the flames and rushed to the Bid of their comrades, who were burled In the wreck. The rescuers worked with desperate energy snd In a short time sll the firemen were taken out and hurried to tho hospitals. Some ef the Injured men sre very badly hurt end may not recover. An Investiga tion showed thst the wreck wss caused by an esploelon of naptha. Of the Injured firemen, Io Rosa Is the worst hurt snd tbe doctors say that hs cannot recover. Frederick A. Relff ia In ternally Injured and may not recover. The loss of Wiener Co. is placed at fto.OOQ, .. WO TYPHOID... IP YOU USE THI ECLIPSE GERM-PROOF WATER FILTER This Insures pure srarkl ng ir;r. Msde In several six's at prlrea from 14. 9i to HK.IO. con nv ted up With city water sepply, ready for use simple eatls- cleaned will net get out Of order w. gusritntee Katsfartp. Stoneware Water Kilters, I to gallons. !!. M up. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS I ? MILTON ROGERS & SONS GO. CORNER FOURTEENTH AND FAfXNAM STREETS THE AIR-COOLED FRANKLIN With Detachabled Toutieau, If Desired. 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LONDON, April XS -At Bow street police court today Henry Slater, bead Of ths beat known private detective agency In England, was held In heavy ball charged with con spiring to pervert the due course of Jus tice. With him in tbe dock were Albert Osborne, his lawyer, and two private de fective employed by Slater. Tbey also were put under heavy ball. The case la the sequel to a sensational divorce suit In which Slater was employed to secure evidence against the husband. A decree was obtained last November, but the authorities becsme suspicious snd sfter a'rehesrlng this week th. decree was re scinded, the Jury finding that the husband was Induced through the agency of Slater and Osborne to mlecondurt himself In order thst his wife might obtain a. divorce. Tha hearing attracted gre.t publle Interest. 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Over 116,000 was paid to Slater and Osborne for the evidence on which tha decree was originally granted. The so licitor general showed that it was delib erately concocted by the lowest' types of men snd woman, who perjured themselves for small sums Osborne, who Is a rather prominent law yer, startled English legal circles by say lng he would pay for evldenoo if be coald not get It In any other manner and that ho had the right to charge ss muoh as a client would give him, regardless of the ftxed chsrges which exist among all solicitors here. The solicitor general bitterly denounce) the existence of such aa agency as Slatara, which, he declared, hounded Innooent men and women with power and rtgularlty whloh could scaroely bo eonoeived exo.pt for ths present disclosures, which were all the more alarming aa Slater was amployed In the majority of divorce and other sim ilar cases. The arrests are expected tt produce fur ther sensational matter relating to other rases. 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