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the moknim; sij On y: a tvi; :...:.i:i ! rxt'l. 111 :s u"ei. TRADE REVIEW EXAMINEE: ...... v V -- tMi. ii. .1p WEEKLY REPORTS CF DUN i'll!) AND BRADSTREET. 1,'.-.- mu.: : w Ti.l. a ii- -s New Specie Fo-- nd in - New gusr-antee- W. L Kail-ure- gregated j. C. Plait Saddlery Co., Griffin Faint Co. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, j WALL PAPER, 2281 ETC Washington Ave. BOTH PHONES Ind. Bel 530 844 8. E. Milan. K W. A. Malan. WE CAN MOVE ANYTHING, In 1905: 26.683.US1 and 118.445.K6S In 19ni. 41 .SI 8.467 , 1904. New Y'ork, Nov. 16. R. G. Dun A Co.'s weekly review of trade tomorrow will say: Trade expands under the stimulating influence of colder weather and mer- cantile collections are improved, rates fur money continue high. Traveling salesmen send In large order to leading distributing points, but movements of merchandise is at ill re's rded by Inadequate transporting fail lit lei. Reasonableness of westing and holiday gaud attract moat mention, while staple articles of ev-r- y description are In steady demand. ' Current business Is good and for the future were never brighter. laibur disputes reached amicable settlement in most esses, wages being advanced in numerous transporting and manufacturing Industries. The most striking development of the week was the unprecedented output, of pig Iron in conjunction with large import and advancing prices indicating tbe greatest activity ever attained by steel mills. Other industrial reports went scarcely leaa gratifying. Transaction continue large in hides, sales by the packers being estimated at over lOO.oOU side for the week. Recovery in wheat had the additional auppurt of unsatisfactory receipts at tbe northwest and although the anisll movement waa probably due in large measure to the car ahortage, it gave rise to smaller estimates of the crop in spring wheat state. Flour output continue! to make a poor comparison with the milling return of a year ago. An official statement further increasing the estimated com crop prevented the cereal from participating fully in the upward tendency of price. Liabilities of commercial failures thus far reported for November amounted to 12,826,428. of which 8888,-56- 1 were in manufacturing, 11.362.246 in trading and 880,581 in other commercial line. ap-ar- and Under Scrutiny. Grain Daalera Coal Companiea Additional Washington, Nnv. estlmony la about to be taken by the 16. interstate commerce commission into the alleged relations existing between railroads and the grain elevator companies. and those alleged to exist between tbe railroads and coal and 41 The inquiry into the forcompaniea. mer Is to be conducted under the terma of the La Follette oongresslonal resolution snd that into the latter resoluunder the Tillman-Gillespltion. Interstate commerce Msnmls-sluner- s Lane and Prouty are to go to Milwaukee, Minneapolis and Duluth to conduct the Inquiry Into the grain 'levator businesa, and Commissioner Clark to Denver and other western point to pursue the inquiry under the e resolution. Messrs, use and Clark left tonight, and Mr. Prouty will leave tomorrow. Considerable tesllmonv already haa heen taken by the commission under the two resr Baggage Wagon. Plane, FumL turs, Safe Moving and Storage. e OFFICE Twenty.flfth Street. PHONES Ben, 220. fillman-GlIlespl- 224. luttons. JAPANESE EDITORIALS. n0My Washington. Nov' 16. Ambassador Wright haa supplied the state department with editorial extracte from ne id the more important Japan papers, which he says restrict the views of the government in relation to the friction In San Francisco growing out of the refusal of the school bard to admit Japanese pupils to the public schols. The articles are remarkably moderate and friendly in tone, making it appear that the trouble la extremely local and that It cannot In any sense be permitted to hinder the growth of claer relations between America and Japan. ' They also indicate a desire of the Japanese to enter into a reciprocity treaty with America to strengthen the commerce between the two cunlries. Dmbk-TracR.Dway befoes Mssewi River aad CUctr k The Overland Limited Meat Luerieas Train htbeWirM Cowps'tment and drawing-no- w wping cars, observation cars, din in cars, and library . wltli baiter,' bath and Book-tLibrary; entire fain electric lighted, through tc Chicago without charge. Direct connection for TO FORM NEW COMPANY. buffet-smoki- ng New York. Nov. 16. That agent of y New York Lite Insurance are preparing to farm an Insurance company with a capital stock of 12,006.000. If the administration ticket the of the trustee St Panland Minneapolis I"- mrrvMimn. smardarjs uhlcajs & loitt-Witte- " n 104 aw atfwt, MU Lake CHr, Utah. onm-pan- of that company be defeated fn the election now progrees-ing- . waa stated today by W. O. B. Clifford, a general agent of the company in thia city. Mr. Clifford said the agent intend to elect ThomaaA. Buckner, now vice president of the New York Life in- - fy. surance company, aa president of the and that they have alsubscribed to 81,160,666 of iu new ready e xra U f.;r:i;di ihki tl.o Suited the u::.;.l.a ,1 lu a I'll.11. uelief resolu! (i;.aha gram i...,iRrt i against b ti.r M. wanker, 11 irf lb lieu' Xoi;!.ern. the I1 I'natia. ""latol:. aili n g Tlio 1';Hi' lau l, i hi ii'anula.-'i',m; Tile vi mail- mtiaurt : M'.i-m- l;iir . i- .i t .t - I e r U-e- diw tor-ag- e 1 t. u -- Tbe fat r N1t , g un-les- Ii ll WE LATONIA RESULTS. First n. V., i wc-Hi- :hi.d CURE iti six furii Smi.ips'.iak l lx Time, l.tii luce, sx f i Stiri'ii (Mi'nutl. Sir Vrinraui io u True r,- Six-M- id ic.'ii. I jrl-ug- K-- ti third Ti im Third riii'H. one i I 2 b MEN s ring Itra liixun Effectively and in; I,- - Hhsu Hi tiiu-n- . won. I'n.f'i second. Miss Lida 41 b third Tiiiio, Fourth i ave. e'erpeihMM. cluMioiUe emirs' j;iy Jniieliu won, Peter HtckiT stixiiid, Ir.'tiuiiie liiiid Time tl 2 .V Fifth laoe. oiio mile Temple won. IlHatr.ce K. tllmv Runner third Tim.'. 1:42 15. Sixll r.ict, one mile- - Heuri O. won. GiuiicMer second. Dan McKenna WE mx-oih- I. third Tune. 141 COLLEGE CURE 3-- SPORTS. MEN Irak. Vjv. 16. Radical action hearing uNn college sport wt, proNew posed m a meeting of the executive fomiidl'ee uf the InteTvollegLtr Athletic at the Fifth avenue tieie-lin- . hotel tonight President M 1 who the unlvemity uf Pennsylvania a n preseutative. pn tbe and Its president also, moved il. ut the roll of the aasneiatiun he amended to empower tbe commit; to exclude Ly unauininu vote any athlete deemed hi members unfit in acholaivhlp or other from the inters collegiate guinea. eeu should such an athlete liiialift under the e'iglhlllty rule. The motion wag warmly Inn no aciiott was taken, it will be fort her debated al the meeting of tbe committee lu be held on Jhiiuhi;.v II. ussiv-iiitlii- n IByModern,Quick . etmi-mltte- WE . CURE d. RENOITE Tabs STRIKES MEN Come and Get IT RICH. Homs Quarts Running Than $5,000 a Ton. Well Mora Retio. Nov.. Nov. 16. F. B. Nash, a blacksmith owning the Record shooing shop on Sierra wiract, has iwiurued tu Reno after spending two weeks in Walker Lake reservation prospecting. He succeeded in locating two claims while in the district aad aaaayn from tbe or taken from tine of the claims allow that tbe ore is very rich and that Mr. Nash ha in all probability sunned ed In locating the richest claim vet discovered in the reservation. Ha will no) Mat where the claim is lie cated, but aaya that II ia on the east aide of ih Walker i,oke range uo th west aide of the lake and that it ia in the heart of a great mineral district. He haa a two foot ledge of white quarts giving the 'following value according to an aaaay made by the Nevada Aaaay, olfire; Uold, per ton, 5,84.60; silver, per tan, 8G1 OH. Total value, gold and silver, per tun, Drs. Elliott Y(b & Norris I PECIAUSIS-- v 2361 Washington Ave. Wedding Presents 85.945.68. Hampies of the ora brought to Reno by Naak huw free gold sad if be haa any quantity of it aa he aavs he has, Are always need, aad especially la be' haa without any dotfht discovered a boiionsa. He haa also htrated a cop- the Has of chlnaware. per claim returning values of over Our beautiful line of fancy and ow thirty per cent Copper. dishes 1 the most complete namratal Mr. Nah was called to Reno by the illness of bis partuor. Much Roliiaon, of any in the etty. An Inspection but will return to the reservation in will demonstrate this.' Bee us before s few days and locate several turns t buying. claims on the vein of quarts, which has returned sorb handsome values. Fresh finite and vegetables, staple Ha ia confident that the mine will prove a wonder and says tjist he ex- end fancy greenii pects to see a camp in the Walker Lake reservation that will eclipse the great mining ramp of the soathem E. county. "I think that I have discovered the greatest mine in the new district" 2259 Washington said Nash this morning, hut I know that others have uncovered some rich minI new ledger and think that the ing district of the Walker rangn on tbe west aide of Ihe lake will prove one of the richest in the Mate. J Intend to return to Walker Lake within a ftw days and locate a number of claims. I will then make knoim the location iff my property." A. Olsen, Grocer, Ave. HERE YOU ARE BOYS Don't use harsh physic.. The reaction weaken the bowel, loads to chronic constipation. Get iJroa'a Rg-ulctThey operate easily, tone the stomach, rare constipation. Roller Skates LUXURIES FOR AMERICANS. Ovtr a Million Dollars Worth of Opium Imported, Roller Skates Waaklngton. Nov. 16. Luxuries were purchased by the United States from abroad to the extent of one hundred mllliun dollar during th fiscal year Winslows Celebrated Line Prices From 50c to $5.00 according to tbs tabulations of the bureau of ttlstic iff the department of commerce and tabor. These "luxurW are rtaaslflrd as diamonds, snd other precious stones, of which 816,660,660 was Imported; taces, edgings. embroideries and ribbons 64",-01906. Come QuicK t T. S. HUTCHISON 61,000. Feathers, natural and artificial, champagne. 6,000,000. and miscellaneous, such as perfumeries, No. toilet articles, amukers articles and opium for smoking, made up the bal- ance. Tobacco, cigars and cigarette were imported to tbe value of twenty-fivmillion dollar. This I more than double the amount spent abroad for such article a decade ago. Tbe item of largest Increase in the above list is said to be diamonds, as the value Yor 1896 did not reach eight million dol- 306 Twenty-Fift- h Street e J lars. ! Opium lor nuklng was Imported in the fiscal year Just ended to the value of 81.26U,niiii as compared with 87'.'06 in 1896. Bon-nlere- Usi-b- e ' Permanently 1 tiper-tiaiM- 16.-T- GRAIN AND COAL. CJR SPECIALTIES Ind In 1904, 2 TRANSFER COMPANY 408 1 Corn exports for the week are l,22o.-15bushels, against 870,924 last week; 1.1105.633 a year ago. and 138,878 in 1964. For the fiscal year to date the exporta are 16.716.435 bushels, against 2ii.792.456 In 19i'o, and 16,929,664 in MALAIN Vans, Drays and bushels, against laat week; 4.7311,2 this week last tear; 1,289.642 In 1964. and 4.883,734 lit IJM'l. Fur the past twenty weeks of tbe fiscal year tbe exports are 7U.564.411 bushels, against ITROUBLER WITH OLD HARNESS A runaway may cause more that trouble. Serious Injuries and some times death are the awful results. At 'old harness Is often responsible, but a new harness with weak spots In II Ji Just as had. The kind we sell have i NO WEAK SPOTS. Tou will get your money's worth ifi you buy harness uf us. Our new address la f JT7 Washing- Ion Ave. 3.742.2-- 1 bushel Not rXi' iallise today Nib. I busy week. The giain market hate .iiowu few fluctuations. Movement is el ill l.gh: aud primary receipt uf wuem are si'.I below a tear ago f i tile seaou. Export trade is expanding owing ;u larger shipments uf lirvwris'.iifts. Qia inly wheat, and tue lieginumg of the I'lie delayed couon export movement. two Items expanded 24 in 4" per cent, respectively, over a year agu. u Brines failures In the United Stales for the week ending Njv. la number 224. against IPs last week; 196 in tbe like week of 19u5. 234 in 1004. 2i1 in limy and 25 m 19n2. in Canada fur the week number 81, ass aglaust 2S laat week aud 2a in thin week a year a go. Wheat, including flour, ex pur; trom the United Stales aud Canada for the week ending November 15. San Francisco. Tacoma and Seat lie missing owing to wler trouble due to storm. ag- Street. 87P 24th ot i s'l-air- Jeweler BUSWELL, . 3 SPORTS .i- f cont-i.'i.u- m railway shipineui. uiiue. wages, saii.faciory reni-iiird iage m:i-Ii.ulume uf spring usd,'. iu retail liiieK lu (vu.i.,i:ice with Colder weather, marked Jeie.elill.ell! uf demand fur holiday u'n.I: auJ persisiem request. fur dolin'; ;c at: i foreign iron ami sioel. a:e moug file significant feature .1 an d. a 1 tMiuorrxiw vitb the qualitv. merit and prices of the SkhL sold. If you deal at BUSWELL'S you wiu know you till be treated fairly, no Inmatter tech-sicrou may be lac kin h,i knowledge of the value and Duality of Jewels of any kind. We keep only the best and choicest. Where gold la used it is marked with the karst sump, with silver it Is sterling. In gems and precious stones their quality la fully li'i'.-tha- !(;. l e. ' i i tbe S' Fnloa i w; !i and telirl'al tim.lig maiMir.ii-iiirr- . ; I'antie i Island and the to the reports Clreui.iti .1 hrir. I winlYaM.tl.aTiUi. NllV tlrau tt:n Kaunas .ad iu favor of fl i.'. g r.nku.t: lit ile t.d ji.- nearly NO RIGHT TO OFFICE. i ny mil alinneaiHilia in 'he matter of i' in 'hi- utter--.- : m it:, ;ifiriiNil:ii:'d IUum u il M'leme. Fi'ielii, III a wiieiilng. leiousigniiien. and oiher deu .ludgi Si a liilll 1 T'dl.i'l,'!!. tl.t Sv'U'!l lf'.mii .; sta'io:i charges The reaolaiiot. i.irrher exWell today decided thai t'aiahalu K.u-if the .lid clare that "1: ia th p if '.hr de;ixi"ii.i ii. uf iaimr. La lo.m.i i u u.ir'inrn S;li r ;i change to attack these i!i.i md-iu- t ing ha in.1 legal nigh to the ntfice of disan slfa.ta 'he land of 1:10 rate and exortdiaai aim ariutrart trict ait.irney. to which lie we ntd nurthwecl mi";,' t'ie winters are bitle.-cnlj- . charge -- t ome ; th: ..eli action i'e by Acting Mayor llailauhcr eouiwel I a hen ill ei eiy directnui after Hie hoard of siij.ei lnrs had I.u we that and to ulieii,l V (I luiiigdo.i. 1'rof. Hiii'.j. ii pot 0:1 the track of the iu i advise ia open aral. and a.faifa a iu: uo. luii wa- - no ia e in earr.i on the couflic: i.u:;l we hate The ciKrt'r ojiiiiiiMi wa tv .'f rate sa'.l: lor 11 i ;.at he wan badly . l.taiiied an aosidute am . "I with lie elites named' iiMzm in S'boria th; expecltarly ei he iiiinuui that the eiMldllliin if tin rhsiaett-- do rience lie 1: -- dr auoiLei' trial this lint apply to tie district nM.uney'r ut ARRESTED FOR FRATRICIDE. mlurmeJ Srciviary year aud hu s fire, and lliat tbe n:or and Wtlnou that ho h:i nuccesitul and 1 have no power .if iviuotn! in on ills Way Accused of Killing Brotner and Shipk till; soeui. ' The sifalia lr.if HjiimU ha regard to that fllre ping Body in Bua. ered ha a ye. low Rower instead of a MARRIN ARRESTED. Wiiked of MiniH. N. D.. Nov. blue. Ir is a uatite of the dry steppes 'if $ocria and grow, well wneie the killing hi brother uu.l nailing the Buffalo, Nov. 1i. Fraiifl L Van ill zero. body in a box and taking it alth him uiemiry tall to ::m or 4 in ilu household goods to Suii'.ey, Mar- uue of the principal timv The ciiiinti;. is oxceeding'y dry and u lin Hagen, who Uvea two :iitli- north Storey 1'utt i in company fall.itf. yet ilie new n Units is an txcc!l,-L- t d today and Arrested here lunighi- hv police in plan' 1rot. Hansen has secured tf Stanley, was ane-w-the stel aud it w!li receive a tiioi.uiglt taken to Devil's Lake wneie tue Kpoetorv lie nil! Ik- taken to IMiia-.1.-1, hi crime i alleged to haie been eH)-u- i tomorrow, haring wived ex lest iu the near future by the detum-iiieuii ted. Hagen fcrnietl' lived ltear t rwi i lion. Marriu disappeared fruni PhiladelDeill's Lake, moving trom there to the IS CASTRO DEAD? phia on March 17, l!t5. when Stanley a mul a seek ago Hi brother diMppeared about the name time pcktofllce department raided the StoThe police allege thin Hageu killed rey Cotton company, and since iheu Dispatch Claim He Is Dead and That iiia brother in a fit nf paaalnn. and he ha been iu KuruM He came back Fact la Concealed. that lie put the bodA in a lux and to America a few week ago. and the It to Stanley along vigil the postofllce uthoriliv have IsHidiui. Nov. 17. In a dispatch pint lie ahlpind ith hi furniture. The police allfrom Mexico City the correspondent kept for nearly two year ended tosf the Tribune 'says a prominent iance the thery that the body saa night with his arrest. 111 iv n into thaMlst6.ri river. Venezuelan refugee thvre has DR. EGGLESTON CONVICTED. cable advices which declare DEMAND REFUSED. authentically that President Castro of Denver, Nov. 16. Dr. .1. D. EgglesVenezuela is dead and that the Venezuelan government is concealing the Will Lay Matter Before the Commerce ton, a prominent physlelau and un uf President Kggleauu of the Pacific Exfact In order to prevent a revolution. Commission. press company, was convicted iu tbe The Tribune prints thia dispatch "vim all reserve. Chicago. Nov. IS. A demand by United States court here today on five The foregoing story evlden'ly is a the independent oil dealers (if the en- counts of having In bt puaMlnn ap pa rat us for making counterfeit money . reietltlon of tue report of President tire country that, th eastern railroad Castro death, which waa received in make a reduction of nearly 40 per Sentence will be Imposed later Dr. Eggleat-obecame Involved fn a New York two day ago by way of rent in the rates of petroleum and its Fort de France, island of Martinique. products waa refused here today at a quarrel with a former bunlues iwrtner A dispatch from Washington, dated meeting of the Central Freight asso- which resulted in hta office room beNovember 14. said the Vcnesuelan le- ciation and the oil men declare they ing raided. The outcome of thia acgation thebe believed tbe rumors of will take their case before the inter tion waa the charge filed against htui President Castro's serious illness to wale commerce comiu1alon. An in- which resiilier In Ills convletiiin today. be without foundation. vestigation of the matter will be INSURANCE COMMISSIONERS. sought and the dealers declare that WILL NOT HEED PROTEST. their demand will be granted. The Chicago, Nor. Ifl. The work of the railroad uffered to make a reduction Will Insist on Bting Rscognixed as a of lu per cent, but this was refused. special mmniieahm of fifteen InsurM amber. ance notamlationer anti actuaries selected at the suggestion of President INJUNCTION ISSUED. Roosevelt, to determine upon an equiNew York, Nov. 16. iu a letter to table form for governing all life insurInChairman Conners, made public toBoston, Nov. 16.-- A temporary night, Perry Belmont said that he will junction prohibiting the American ance companies haa been practically insist upon being recognized as the Fire Insurance company from trans- complied and an agreement reached member of the state Democrat le com- acting business in the state of Mas- for the foundation of a bill which will mittee from the First senatorial dis- sachusetts was Issued by Judge Mor- be drafted- for enactment by congress trict Mr. Belmont, who has been a ton In the supreme court tax lay. The at ita session this winter. Tbe work state committeeman for twelve year, Injunction waa Issued a result of a will be completed Lonturmw morning, ben s statement giving the forts of aaya that he waa recently Informed bill uf Information filed by Attorney tliat a protest would be made against General Dana Malone, who staled that the findings of the conference will be him remaining upon the committee mi inter he would aak that, tbe injunction given out. the ground that he had not supported be made permanent and that a rethe Demicratlc candidate at the re- ceiver lie appointed m the ground KNIGHTS OF LABOR OFFICERS. cent election. To this Mr. Belmont 'that the company ia inaolvonL The Washington. Nov. 16. At the anreplied that he would not be influ- American Fire Insurance company ia enced by such a protest aa he had one of the oldest fire Insurance com- nual convention of the Knlgbts of lanever voted for a Reintbllcan candi- panies In America, it suffered beavlly bor, Just ended here, John W. Hay waa date. general master workat a result of the earthquake la San Francisco. The anport of 8 tat In- man. J. D. Chamberlain of (Ydorado IBEX MINING CASE. surance GommlMiocer Frederick L. was chosen general secret ary treasurer. Cutting show the a sent of the comResolutions intended to promote Bt. Paul, Nov. 16. The United pany are 8334.225. that its liabilities of set States circuit court appeals are 369,036, and that its capital stock the growth of the organization were aside the decree of the circuit court ia 8366.600.' adopted, also resolutions defining the poettion of the organlsalfoti to he of a today in the case of N. A. Muon and real tided use of the Injunction in laothers against the Ibex Mining com' THAW IS TO CELEBRATE. bor disputes, bait in favor of entirely pany and others, and dlsralssnd tbs bill of complaint, in the circuit court New York. Nov. 16. Harry K. Thaw abolishing injunctions. for the Colorado district the plaintiffs lias a surprise In store for his prison APPRENTICE SEAMEN. ware awarded $193,448.80 damages, He finuly' believes thst but this ia reversed by the higher comrade. he will lie free Christmas before day Newport, K. I., Nov. 16.-largest court, the mining company being only and he has arranged to celebrate bln of apprentice seamen to leave draft eomjielled to pay the costa. unfortunates the liberation giving by The suit grew out of tbe claim of who will be left behind within the this station on any occasion Is being N. A. Munn and R. J. Shinn to an alprepared for the naval stations st Norwall a they will never folk and Port Royal. 8. C., where they leged equitable Interest in what la prison ill he held in readiness for services termed the Independence lode of min- forget. conference a to have intends Thaw ing dolma located at Leadvllle, Cokx with the prison romraltte over the und-j- Roar Admiral R. D. Evans, comThe opinion today is by Judge Phil- affair to find nut. huw far he can go mander of the Atlantic fleet. The numbers 700 and consist! of n lips. concurred in by Judge Sanborn. the celebration under the prison draft fine body of ynttng men, recruited Three appeals and one cross appeal with walla. are involved, in the suit largely from the west. Roger O'Mean. the Pittsburg de-v tective, arrived at the Tomb yeater-daINDUSTRIAL EDUCATION. STANDARD OIL IN KANSAS. Thaw. They with Evelyn remained at the cell dimes fur more he New York. Nov. National Cherry vale, Kan., Nov. Ifi. Agents than an hour. of IndusPromotion for the Society are of the department of corporations said Mrs. trial Education was "Harry la very happy, formally launched again in Kansas investigating the Thaw, 'and talks with delight about methods of the Standard Oil. The chief having his Christman dinner with me at Cooper Union toulght At a meeting earlier in tbe day Henry 8. PritInvestigation it being conducted by In tbe I ursine." chett, president of the Massachusetts Max West, who has been to Topeka to Institute of Technology, had been get a copy of the record of the rase of INSURANCE FIELD. elelced president, but on account of the state of Kansu against the Atrhl-sonillness he was unable to fireside at Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Lnuiarllle. Ky., Nov. 16. The Inaur the meeting in the evening. His place company, which concerns the alleged anoe Field today received advices was taken by President Nicholas Murrelations between the the Standard Oil that the German Inwirance company ray Butler cf Columbia university. and the rail road a in Kansas. He la of Ita Freeport. 111., han reinsured now talking to the producers and rewltli the Royal Insurance ONE CENT SOLD FOR 882. finers In tbe southern part of Kansas. business of Uverpool. England. The From here he will go to tbe Indian company German sustained l"aes apiiroxtmai-lnNew Y'ork, Nov. 16. A specimen of territory to continue the Investigation. six million In the Ban Fraucleco the first cent, struck in the United The agents decline to talk about conflagration, and rluoe that time ha fates mint of 1 92. with th'neen links their mlsslm. been .In negotiation with the .organ- In a circle on the reverse, was acid ized policy holders for a settlement for 82 yesterday, al the end of a two WATERWAYS CONVENTION. at 66 cents on the dollar. The Ger- days' sale of coin held at ihe Htitel business in man has been doing pracBartholdi. St. Louis, Nov. 16. In the water tically every state lu the union, and convention cf the commissionways report today several state insurance CLOSE OF STRIKE. tbe committee on permanent organisa- ers within the part few weeks have a tion was read. It provides that tbe served notice on the officers that London, Nov. 16. The strike of the name tf the association shall be the the company puts itself on a sol- Clyde boilermakers, which began Sepascease Lakes to the Gnlf Deep Waterways vent basis it must doing busi- tember 29 and in which 16.060 men sociation. Its objects, as announced, ness. were Involved, has ccme to an end by sre to urge upon all national, state and the men returning to work. They did SUCCESSFUL AIRSHIP. congressional conventions, irrespective not gain one of the prints in dispute. of party, the necessity of deep waterways and to establish a permanent buMantes, Bur Hein-- . France, Nov. 16. WEYLER8 EGOTISM. reau of publicity. The members of the M. l'bsudy's n dlrlgable balloon association are to be limited to resi- La Pstrle. conslructisl for the son Madrid. Nov. 16. King Alfonso lias dences of the lake and gulf states an ! static division ol the French army, all th states in the Mississippi valley. had a successful trial here today. The been hastily recalled to this city from his hunting expedition. It. is believed The report was adopted. airship was maneuvered over i;ie that, a cabinet crirtu is Impending. War aa and far to Vacourt at plain Ik resisting th" SHORTAGE. ten miles, and back to the Minister De !iqne of Generali) Weyler mid aloft pretentions one helnz hour starting point, St. Louis,' Nnv. 16. The federal and fifteen minutes with five men in Polavieja to the field marshalshlp. vaIi de tountil the car. War Mini-to- r Plcquart was cant, owing to theandilea: of Countbane grand Jury today adjourned Poiavieja Chest. Weyler morrow morning after haring complet- present. s ed the examination of witnesses sumLa Pi trie is constructed on the their claims on their "victories in and the Philippine islands." moned to testify in tbe inquiry into same general plan s M. LeBaudy's the 861,500 shortage in tbe previous air ships. Thirty-thre- e WINDSTORM IN NORTHWEST. witnesses have been eumlned tn addition to the govern HWAIIAN BAND. ment officials summoned. Y'mneouver, B. C. Nov. 16. A wind Chief Wilkie of the United States seHonolulu, Nov. 16. - Citizens of Hon storm, which at one time durlug the hour reached a vecret service and Theodore E. Bant oluln have subscribed 62.066 to bring last twenty-fou- r attache of tbe treuury department, back the Hawwellan nyal band which locity of fifty miles an hour, did no but created who have been witnesses, departed for Is stranded in the stales. This sum has damage at Vancouver, Washington tonight. been cabled to the Union Trust com- havoc at Puget Sound ports. Railway Beattie is pany of Ban Francisco for the trans- service out of Tacoma andbeen NO BRAZILIAN INCIDENT. have swept portation and epxenses of the band to demoralised, bridgestorrents and much Honolulu. The governor ha ordered away by mountain Waalngton. Nov. 16. "There is no the members of the luind as territorial property has been destroyed. 81 x perBrasilian incident, according to Am- national guardsmen tn return to Hono- son are reported drowned. bassador Nabucs, who arrived in Wash lulu and they are expected here by GAMBLERS MUST GO. Ington today. Secretary Root called a Thanksgiving day. the embassy to express the regrets of thia government for the Incident purDEMAND HIGHER WAGES. Xm.t York. Nov. 16. A warning to that they will be prosecutporting to have occurred in New York gamblers Yesterday- - The ambassador told him New Y'ork, Nov. 16. Agents han- ed to i he extent. f the law and thst a that ha bad been merely presented dling Fall River goods in this market bill will be Introduced in the legislawith a paper containing a list of quesay they anticipate no trouble grow- ture st the next serston to repeal the tions; that be had declined to answer ing out of the demand for more wages. present law. whleh permits bet'lng at was there all was that to and the Tbe tone of their advices is to the ef- the rare tracks, was given today b7 them He therefore said there was fect thst some form of compromise District Attorney Jerome in the matter. make. to r.o complaint will be tried by abicii tbe operatives I coart. - WHEN PURCHASING JEWELRY. potent factor to be reputation is considered as it is synonymous ei-l- - port Trade Expanding. Yoik, No. will suy: Further ami xei ioj)- - r..-t- i FOR NORTHWEST. Climatic Condition. of Railway Snipmanu. Fluctuation in Grain Market Ex- Are 3 scriw.irated Be'iete They Against by Railroad Con. pan. ,n Mali ALFALFA Congestion Fr, 17. ai. d li.ii.t-lai Lu' a lliry , di-I'le q.irti-.come ;.i a ei;i-iiai; p.;;n' for u'iu ,ia.-- - ihr u;u dm-liiaium ol l!m Irx!:e Hot become f?rc:;ie .he l!;h instalil Hi foie any ra.itr'i' a. ion .all In? taken the i;ii i. U- t- will li.il,- - fn Me! iptriai uieetu.g anil in ;l, tin ai.imie it I be!ieed a l.sri ..f agrei meiit w.il he Ur Will r hi- i..t- - .MnliMMi, NOVEMUKK OMAHA GRAIN EXCHANGE. ru i'iurn: ti. York ATIIMMY UTAH, UGIEX, TRIAL OF GILLETTE. Young Man's Present Sweetheart it in HerkimSr, Herkimer, X Y.. Nov. IS. Four day of the lrlal of Cheater E. Gillette, for the alleged murder of Mlsa Grace Brow,,, have panned and the work o! still incomplete. selecting a Jury The box waa again full when court adjourned yesterday, but only eighi of the twelve men had been accepted by both aides, the remaining four, it is understood, will he challenged tie talesmen will, day. Tbe panel oi which the caae wax begun Monday, lisa been exhausted (.ml a new panel i, sixty-eighdrawn !ssi night. The '): neea in the csxv. who art. all .!iriA are protesting sgalnat the deigi-petition to Judge Devendurf has beei started asking him to expedite i he proceedings. In the petition the lawyers engaged are blamed. Hat riot Benedict, of Cutiand. tbe present sweetheart, of young Gillette, reached here late yesterday Under tbe orde. of the district attorney. he went into seclusion. Ward hopes to prevent hT from making any n public statement uuiil ahe pie the witness suiuu. iVOliDFIT GOOI'S PO TING 0.1PANY Wholesale and Retell SPORTING GOODS. of fcDISON PHONOAND GRAPHS RECORDS, Clark.HorrecfcB Fishing Tackle, Stall and Dean Athletic Geode. Phonographs Sold on Easy 851 24th SL Term. Jobber 1 t, MiTCtiE.L thOS. . ' onumeota, Cop.ni and Ilssd-ones- . Dont boy from agents, i they get targe commlesiona id you have to pay them. See mr home people first Yard n norite City Cemetery.