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HATE SOLUTION NEAlt
ANOTHER CHANGE IN COURT RE
Clau6e Relative to Discrimination In
Treatment of Passengera Causes De
bateSo Many Amendments Offered
That AM Are Ordered Printed.
Washington, Mny 8.TI10 situation
or I lie railroad rate bill took another
.decided change and at tho Bamo tlmo
HhiTo was an aildltlonal step toward
jlnul agreement as to what tho Judicial
review amendment shall he. Tho Al
lison compromise proposition met
-with such delermlnca opposition from
those senators who havo fought
ngalnsl a "hroad" court review, that
despite ProHident Roosevelt's accopt
iinco or it and his declaration that oili
er provinlons ho had advocated were
not vital, an agreement was reached
iby which hovoral restrictions will ho
placed on tho review proposition,
thesti were agreed upon in conse
quence of many Informal conferences
on the floor of tho senato during tho
debate. Tho result Is that in return
lor the amendment conferring juris
diction of circuit courts to review or
ders of the commission, friends of the
IblH demanded and, by agreement of
cnalo leaders, will secure counter
oneeflslons, as follows:
That no order of the commission
shall bo sot aside by an interlocutory
order or decree without a hearing
licld on tho application therefor, nn
less ut least Ave days notice shall ho
Xivcn to tho commission of the time
siitd place IlKcd for HIl,i hearing; that
such order shall not be made unless
two judges of the court to which ap
plication is made shall concur in such
interlocutory order or decree; that an
sippeal from such Interlocutory order
or decree may bo tnken within thirty
days from tho entry thereof, but shall
Ho only to tho supremo court of tho
United States; that tho rate-making
section of the bill shall not bo amend
d. Senator Allison's return to tho sen
ate alter a brief illness had much to
do with the additional agreements. It
-was during his Illness that the com
promise proposition, which bears his
name, was given publicity. Whilo ho
xii n do no complaint against tho posi
tion In which ho was placed by tho
compromise amendment, lie made It
lear by his course that ho did not
think be had been treated fairly by
senators who announced that he had
paved the way to a meeting ground
lor the contesting Republican fac
tions. To friends of tho bill who
looked upon tho compromise as a sui
rundor to railroad Interests, ho said
the amendment did not preclude fur--tber
amendments which would expe
dite the review.
WACE QUESTION AND RATE BILL.
Amendment Prohibiting Free Passes
to Any but Employes Accepted.
Washington, May 8. Tho senate
.-ugnln Hpcnt tho major portion of its
it lino on ono amendment, but instead
of accepting it, adopted a substitute.
The provision which was made tho
basis of the discussion was that sug
gested by Fornker, prohibiting tho
granting of rebates, passes, drawbacks
ior special rates to passengors on rail
ways and also prohibiting discrimina
tions in tho way of accommodations
-whoro equal rates are paid. The dis
cussion took a broad range, covering
first the pass question, and then tho
uraco question in tho southern states.
The race issuo was raised in connec
tion with the clauso relative to dis
criminations, which was interpreted aa
inferring to separate cars for tho
rrnccH, and it called out very warm
jproh'Sts Irdm Uacon, Money, Culbor
.Kon and other southern senators.
31oney declared he would not support
tho rnte bill with a provision which
raises tho race Issue. Culberson also
contended for tho elimination of that
quastion, and offered a substitute ac
icomplishing that result. Ills substi
tute was adopted, and was as follows:
"That no carrier engaged In Inter
state commerco shall directly or tndl
xeetly issue or glvo any free ticket,
free pass or free transportation to any
person, except to tho officers, em
iployes or attorneys exclusively In tho
service of tho carrier issuing tho samo
tvr to ministers of religion, Inmates of
hospitals, eleemosynary and charita
ble Institutions. Any carrier violating
tthls provision .shall bo deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor and shall for each
offense pay to -the United States a
penalty of not less than $100 nor
TEiioro than $2,000."
The Klklns amendment to prohibit
Interstate railroads from engaging in
the mluing of coal or In business oth
v,r than lnterstato commerco was do
Rutted for some time. So many amend
anents and substitutes to tho ainond
anent were offered that finally all wore
ordered printed for tho consideration
of the senate.
Burglars Steal Letter's Bonds.
Chicago, May S. Tho office of Jo
seph Loiter and of tho estate of tho
flato Levi Z. Lelter, father of Josoph
rLcller, has been robbed of bonds and
securities valued at from $10,000 to
(25,000. The burglars gninod entrance
to the office by breaking In the door
with a sledge hammer, using rubber
mats to deaden tho forco of their
Armed Band Attacks Railway Station.
Riga, May 8. An armed band at
tacked tho railway station at Tukura
junction and killed a gendarme, a po
liceman, tho postmaster and an artil
lery officer. Troops were Bent in pur
suit of the band.
FRISCO'S ARMY OF UNEMPLOYED.
Professional Men Cut Off From Means
San I-'rancIsco, May 8. With tho
subsidence of the excitement that at
tended the earthquake comes a moro
vivid realization of tho misery that
has been Indicted upon tho commu
nity. The number of people who havo
suddenly been cut off from means of
earning a living is enormous. Tho
nrmy of clerks, salesmen, stenogra
phers, bookkeepers and tradespeople
that poured into tho downtown sec
tions each morning and returned to
the residence destricts and suburbs in
(ho evening finds Itself Idle and with
out prospect of employment. Law
yers, doctors, dentists and their as
sistants are in a like predicament.
Ilut a small percentage of these peo
ple are capable of taking up manual
labor, tho only kind that Is now pres
ent, and already on tho streets and on
tho sites for new buildings may bo
seen many of this class painfully and
wearily engaged in the hardest kinds
of tasks. What is to be done with tho
great number of men and women who
cannot get down to the level of th&
common workman is a question that
tb.o city oftlclals havo asked them
selves and havo been unable to fur
nish a satisfactory answer.
From this tlmo forward tho efforts
of tho municipal officials and existing
citizens' committees will be directed
almost solely to tho task of recon
structing tho city. The construction
of temporary buildings continues In
tho burned portions of the town and
there are manifestations that the mer
cantile element Is undaunted by its
reverses. Tho relief work Is proceed
ing smoothly along tho lines arranged
by tho army, but a project is now be
ing considered of substituting for the
"bread line" a number of cheap res
taurants, whero hot meats will bo
served at a low cost.
INTERSTATE RATE TANGLE.
Hearing Will Be Before Full Commis
sion at Washington.
St. Paul, May 8. What was appar
ently a hearing of little significance
beforo nn Interstate commerce com
missioner at tho federal building de
veloped Into such Importance during
tho progress of tho testimony that C.
A. Prouty, representing tho Interstate
commerco commission, announced that
the hearing would be before the full
commission at Washington. Tho com
plaint, upon the determination ot
which practically hinges tho readjust
ment of interstate rates with refer
once to all cities and towns of import
ance In southern Minnesota and in
northern Iowa, Is on the petition of
tho vlllago of Goodhue, Minn., which
maintains that on flat wheat rates to
Chicago It Is discriminated against In
favor of Red Wing. It developed at
the hearing that a readjustment of tho
flat wheat rate to Chicago from Good
hue, so as to put It on a parity with
tho Red Wing rate, would necessitate
a lowering of rates along tho railroad
systems In .southern Minnesota and to
I a distance of 100 miles south of the
I Minnesota boundary In Iowa. Officials
J of the railroads declaro that It would
1 result In millions or loss In annual
revenues, besides throwing out of
1 equilibrium a system of rates which
I has been constructed and evolved
( after years of expei:ence and adjust
j Mr. Prouty stated that it will be
! Impracticable for tho commission to
I lower tho Goodhue rato to meet tho
J Red Wing rnto unless tho adjoining
I towns were given tho samo relief and
I ho made tho application so important
that it will havo to bo passed upon
by tho full commission.
"Holy Roller" Is Killed.
Seattlo, Wash., May 8. Frank
Crefleld, lender of tho so-called re
ligious organization known as tho
"Holy Rollers," was shot In tho head
and Instantly killed on First avenuo
by George Mitchell, a laborer. Mitch
ell when arrested assorted that Cre
fleld had wronged his two sisters. Cre
fleld and 1Ib wife wore walking down
First avenuo when Mitchell, who hnd
been following them, addressed a re
mark In a low tono to Crefleld and
then shot him.
Shrlners Assembling at Los Angeles.
I Los Angeles, Cal., May 8. Although
tho national gathering or Shrlnors,
originally scheduled for Los Angeles
this week, was declared off by ex-Imperial
Potentate Collins, there aro 1,
r00 visiting Shrlners now in Los An-
1 goles, and thoy continue to arrlvo
from tho east In constantly Increasing
number. Before tho end of tho week
! tho visitors will number moro than
RU8SIAN TERRORISTS BAGGED.
Precautionary Measures Taken at St.
Petersburg to Safeguard Czar.
St. Petersburg, May D. Although
there aro few surface Indications of
the fact, an earnest duel Is in prog
ress between tho police and terrorists
and revolutionists, who aro thronging
to tho capital, alert for any opportu
nity to striko Kmperor Nicholas or
other marked men among tho officials
gathered hero for the opening of the
national parliament. Precautionary
measures on an extensive scale havo
been takan. The police have been re
inforced by tho keenest men from in
terior cities. Tho railroads are being
watched most diligently, but a search
of tho baggage of three members of
tho lower branch of the parliament
was tho only public incident In a
campaign by which several terrorists
wero so quietly bagged that tho gen
eral public was not avaro of tho ar
rests. In order to safeguard the em
peror in his passage up the river to
morrow, tho time of his arrival and
departure Is being kept a dead se
cret. Tho Nicholas palaco bridges,
through draws of which tho imperial
yacht must pass, will bo closed to traf
fic from daylight tomorrow until tho
departure of tho emperor. Tho gen
eral public will not even be admitted
to a long distance view of tho yacht.
FATAL RIOT IN COLORADO.
Deputy Sheriffs Fire on Smelter Strik
ers and One Man Is Killed.
Pueblo, Colo., May !). Deputy sher
iffs fired into a crowd of riotous strik
ers at tho Pueblo smelter. Mike Me
rino, an Italian, was killed and two
other strikers were seriously wound
ed. Two deputies wero previously
badly beaten in an effort to disarm
the strikers. Tho deputies aro still
on guard at tho smelter, but no fur
ther trouble is expected.
Tho trouble arose over tho Inau
guration of an elght-honr day. Tho
men demanded tho same pay for eight
hours as formerly was paid for ten
hours. Ono hundred strikers gathered
at the plant and endeavored to keep
the striko breakers from entering. Sev
eral fights wero In progress when tho
sheriff and his deputies arrived. Thero
wero many women in the crowd and
when the sheriff ordered It to disperse
the women attacked them and somo
one fired a shot. Immediately tho
deputies fired a volley, killing ono
man and wounding two others. Tho
strikers nt onco scattered. 1
Turkish Officer Is Killed.
Constantinople, May 9. Ncdjim Ed
din Bey, procurator general of Trip
oli, North Africa, has been murdered
in a highly sensational manner by All
Shamyll Pnsha, former military gov
ernor of Scutar(. All Shamyl, who is
a Kurdish chieftain and who recently
was exiled to Tripoli on tho charge of
being concerned in tho murder of
Itedvan Pasha at Constantinople, was
undergoing an examination, when ho
suddenly rushed upon the procurator
general, fixed his teeth In his throat
and held on like a bulldog until bis
victim was throttled to death.
Castellane Case Resumed.
Paris, May 9. Tho conclusion of
the elections permitted the Castellano
case to be taken up for final Inquiries
as to the possibility of a reconciliation
between tho countess (formerly Anna
Gould) and Count Boni. This was
considered a formality, as the parties
are not disposed to become reconciled.
Vesuvius Again Active.
Naples, May 9. Vesuvius Is asaln
showing activity. A cloud of smoko
hangs over the crater and rumblings
were noticeable. The main crater is
discharging sand and cinders.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Day's Trading and
Chicago, May 8. Cold weather In tlio
wheat growhii; sections of the United
States caused tlnnness today lu the local
wheat marl.et, the July option closing
with a net coin of ftc. Corn wus up
e. Oatn crc up VVuV4e. Provision) wero
unehant'etl to O'jc, higher. Closing
p j lees:
Wheat-May, Sl'c; July, 70fc704c;
Corn-May, 17Uc; July, 45-fic; Sept., 40
Outs-May, 32Jic; July, 31Hc; Sept., 29tf
l'ork Mny, .$l.-i.0O; July, $irUWSi:U7tf.
I.unl May, ..S.:t2j; July, 8.'I2',$.
Whs-May, $8.1.'; July, 8.ri71a.S.OO.
Chicago Cash Prices No. 2 hard wheat,
SPjiSlc; No. a hard wheat, 70&81c; No. 2
corn, -IS'jc; No. 2 onts, UljC.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, May 8.-CuttIo Receipts, 3,r,00:
strong; common to prime Hteern, $4.(XX?4
li.;;0; cows. $l.2.'Vit!.nO; heifers, $2.75&ri.;i5;
bulls, ?:t.O(K(H 2.1; calves, $2.7.Vu.O0; Mock
ers ami feeders, $''.7rii.O(). Hogs Re
ceipts, 10.hh); UV(i("'C higher; choice to
prime heay, ?0.I.V(l.."(); medium to good
I heavy, .tl.UM 0.4.1; buteherwelghts, $0.404j
1 0.17V,,; ri,gI to choice iicuvy, mixed, J0.37Jj
1 (UO.lK.j. packing, fl.POIjO.10. Sheep,-ltc
To Cure a Cold in
4Mb W MtoAl tA Ml1ill.-
Seven Million boxes sold ia past 12
'" ' fo"'1' ' '" " 1"" ' " 'Milium..,,. h 11 11 1.1 Ml
similating llieTood flttdRcg ula
ting IhcSlomarJhs ondDowels of
ness and Rcsr.Con tains neither
Opmm.Morphirte nor Mineral.
I firm ft t J -Cterifud
Aocrfcct Itemcdy forConsfioa
lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcnsh
ncss and Loss OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
EXACT COPT OF WRAPPEB.
cl'IptH, CO.TOO; HtVmTy to tOe lower; Hhecp,
$J.J.Vr.S.-,; yenrlliiRS, $.VlO!i.-.lX); ltimba,
South Omaha Live Stock.
South O111.1I111, Mny 8. (.'attic Itccelpts,
7,000; Hti'iuly to cinder; native steer. $ t.U
(f(.".r0; cows and heifer., $:',.10J(I..V); wcm.
CHI Htcer.S, $i.:t(tff l.tiri; cillllicri. I.T.VxL'.iM);
Mockers and feeders, $.'t.-."5 1.7." ; calve.,
$:i.004i"i.7.'i; hulls, sinus ct, RlXAYiiij.
Hupi Heeclpts. (i,.Vio; ."ic higher; henxy,
JHIilffiW; iiiIm'iI. .vrj.l7,C'".-0: IlKlit.
!?(l.l.Vi(0.'J,Ji: pip., $."i.oikii.uo; hulk of
Hiili'8, ?(l.t.V(Mi.,-'i,,... Sheep -Receipts. ll.OOO;
steady: yearling. $li.n?HM.": wether.
J.VT.ViMUiO; ewes, $..(nV55.,'."i; lambs, $7.00
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City. May fe. -Cattle- Iterclpts,
l'J.OOO; Htrong: native steers. Sl.lOfiC.oo
western fed steers $.",.7.Vi.".40; stuckcis
nntl feeders. $:t.Oi)lil.7."i; cows, ."ii.'.r.O&l.a),
heifers. 9'..ZAViiT:Stx calves. $:i.O0T(.'i.7."i. IIokh
ItucelptH, 17,000; stioiij; to Mintfc hlLer;
top, ?tj.:i.-i; hull; of sales, ?(1.17'A'i..'tO;
heavy, .'2.yiH:7 packero, ?0.'Wi.:;O;
plKS and light, $.VJOrI0.22VO. Sheep-He-cdpts
0,000; stroiij,; lambs, $5.7.Vii7.40;
sheep and yeurllut,'8, ?4.4020.00.
Not Binding In Indiana.
Indianapolis, May S. Judge McMas
tor of tho superior court held that the
recent decision of the United States
supreme court that a court acting un
der state authority has no right to
grant a divorce in a case where a de
fendant is not a resident of a state. Is
not binding in Indiana, providing Kie
persons were married in Indiana.
Tin Workers in Session.
Canton, O., May 8. The convention
of the International Tin Workers as
sociation opened here. It will con
tinue an indefinite time until a tin
plate wage scale is adopted. Tho or
ganization represents 95 per cent of
the tin workers of tho country.
Serious Rioting in Galicla.
J Vienna, May 8. Serious rioting oc
curred at Lemberg, Galicla, arising
out of political animosity. In the con
1 flict between the police and a mob
1 several workmen wero killed and sev
1 eral wero injured on both sides.
The Tcncher' Joy.
rnrcnt How did you get along with
your geography lesson today, Johnnie V
Pupil Ileiiutlfully. Tho teacher was
so pleased that she made me stay after
school and repeat It all over again, only
Just to her.
She So these are the china bargains
you advertised? Dealer Yes, ma'am,
and they're going for little or nothing.
She-All right, I'll take that blue dish
for nothing. London Answers.
The only kind of advice that is over
taken Is the rich relation's and only
when he is there to see you do it. New
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