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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY,' MAttCII 8, 1002.
riding th prince was taken to th gym
ttilun and a claaa of cadets went through
Ibelr exercises for him.
Ths parting call of the prince wss at
the ball of Colonel Mllla. whom ho re
peatedly congratulated and thanked.
Absorbed with Interest.
Ha whs so much Interested la the poet that
ha prolonged fcla tur twenty minutes be
fond th time aet for hla departure. Colonel
Mllla waa Invited to rlda on the -apodal
to New Tork and rode with the prince to
the atatlon. Aa the carriage, with cavalry
acort, left tha ground another aalute of
twenty-one guue waa fired. Tha apeclal
left Weat Point twenty mlnutea behind
achedula time, but made It up before
Weahawkea waa reached.
Prlnca Henrr eent' for George W. Boyd,
aaalatant general passenger agent of the
Pennaylranla railroad, who peronanyt di
rected the railroad arrangemente of the
tour, and thanked him. Ha paid high com
pllmente to American raliroada and In con
clualon naked Mr. Boyd to ba hla guest at
luncheon on Tuesdsy next.
Conaul General Buens and Conaul Gelaaler
net tha apeclal at Weehawken and aeoorted
the prlnca to tha ferry ateamer Weat
Point. At the pier tha prince encountered
a crowd of commuter and they welcomed
blm with cheef. Weat Point ran to Forty
econd etreet and landed Ita royal paaaenger
at 5:50 o'clock. Captain of Deteetlvee Tltu
and a dote. detective, two doien patrol
men and a aquad of police eecorted him to
The prlnca had originally Intended to re
turn to Hohensollern, but tha discovery of
a caae of acarlet fever in the crew changed
hla mind. He did not fear Infection him
aelf, but decided 10 view of the fact that
he la to meet a large number of peraona
during tha four remaining day of hla etay
In the United 8tata that It would ba bet
ter to go to a hotel.
Hla flag will not ba removed from Hohen-eoll-ra
until tha ateamehlp Deutschland,
upon which he return home, come along
aide tha Thirty-fourth atreet pier and I
ready to receive him. Ho will then board
Deutcchland and ua It a hi flagahlp.
Raata Befar Klnht Festivities.
Prlnca Henry reached the hotel shortly
after ( o'clock and retired at onca to hi
apartment, where ha rested and made pre
aratlon tor tha events of tha night, which
consisted of dinner at the University club,
and a "Kommers" given at tha Artoq club.
Meanwhile the entrance to the section
of tha hotel aet apart for the prince and
hla ault and . attendants, waa cloeely
guarded "by policemen and no ona waa al
lowed to enter. A crowd had gathered on
tha streets nearby and when the prlnca en
tered hla carriage at I o'clock he waa
greeted with cheers.', The prince occupied
a closed carriage. ; The member of hla aulta
and party made) a quick drive to tha Uni
versity club on Fifth avenue.
Tha Oerman ambassador "and consul gen
eral, with General Nelaon A. Mile and hla
staff, were the only other gueata, The
prlnca met the president of the club, Henry
B. Howland, In tha recaption room, and
after, a taw mlnutea of Informal convert.
tlon dinner waa announced. Tha dlnera
numbered ninety-four. There were no
, apeechea and ' only three toast: "The
prealdent of tha United States," "Tha Oer
man Emperor" and "Prlnca Henry of Prus
la." At tha close of tha dinner, Prlnca Henry,
escorted by Judge Howland, went through
tha club house, visiting tha library and
other room. Then he waa taken to the
main hall, where an informal reception was
held, Prealdent Howland Introducing the
- " Typteat cV Ktnntn,
Prlnca Henry and hla . party left tha
Unlveralty club shortly after 11 o'clock
and drove to the Arlon clab, where 400
former students of German unlveraltlea
had prepared a typical "beer kommers."
Dr. Carl Breck delivered the addreaa of
nelcome.' The prince responding said:
Gentlemen: You have just aung "Ger
many Above All." Kaott or you la wearing
In hla coat thi German black, white and
red, and the red white and blue. Let ua
hope that German song, German manner
and Oerman thought may be the tie be
tween our fatherland and the United
On leaving . tha Arlon club tha prlnca
and party were driven to the Waldorf
Astoria and Immediately retired for tha
MANY DEATHS FROmThOLERA
Dreaded Disease Makes Ita Appear
- ssee Asanas1 Pilaris at
' ' ' Vetlaa, Tarkay.
CONSTANTTNOPLET, March 7. Cholera
haa broken out among the pilgrims at Ms
Una. Ona hundred and ten deaths from
tha dlaeasa have occurred, y
In thousands and thousands of bomes. in cities,
v towns and Tillages, three doses a day of this great
medicine are now teing taken by every member of
!-: ' In' some homes, even the visitor Is given a tea-
spoonful with every meal.
.j Why such wide and general use? Because, 4
Hood's Sarsnparilla has proved itself
by its wonderful effects In cleansing the system of
' .' all humors, overcoming that tired feeling, creating
appetite, clearing the complexion, giving strength
and animation, the best of all spring medicines, so
V that it is PAR EXCELLENCE the spring medicine.
''Take it, ; -v .. .
"la th tprlag I hagaa tsellng very : bad aad decided ta take
Hood's Saraapartlla. .1 bought four bottle aad when I had taken
them I was foaling Bn and had gained H Found ia teah. Th chaaga
In my coadltlon was wonderful and aty health Ull . remain good."
Ida F. Cunningham. 2521 Doming street, Columbus, Ohio.
"I have taksa Hood's Sarsaparilla as a spring Vents for several
year, aad hsvs dsrlved great benefit Trots. It, , I recommend Jt t all
wh have that tired feellag, loss of appetite . ar impure blood."
Fannie Flaher, 2011 High street. Dee Moines, lowa
7 "I hare takta Hood's Saraaparilld at a spring tnedlelae and have
derived great benefit front it I reeoautnaajd It M the beat blood
. purifier that can ba obtained. "Cbaa. M. Campbell, Bolivar, Ma, .
END OF THE FREMONT FIGHT
Millard Decide! M Heappoint I
EVIDENT RESW.T OF AN AGREEMENT
a.kraakaas of Mr. leer' Tawa
Expect to' Se llavnaeond' Itala
aal Iwhmi Anlated
From a Staff Correepondent.)
WASHINGTON, March, 7. ISpeclal Tela-
gram.) Seaator Millard today ettled the
long-drawn-out aontroversy over
mnnt noatofflce, bt announcing that had
aeieoted Ross Hammond to succeed himself.
mi cuucimiuii ----
sponaenc netwern . a..
committeeman, aou ir
. in.. ..Va Ka KaaA ntlBnifiaT I
th claim pt rival candidates. Toa leturi t0 1874 9 was prosecutor and pi-Irate decent I as tha , "Southern . Paelfla Railroad rom
ravid from these two. 10 fit aa eould I h CoDenhaaen cltr hocottal. He went I nnnr it rnit-i aatnnT la avaarl al ftl Kw a
b. learned. Indict, that an agreement had
CHD1MD t0 WUJ Aaiaanaaw
where Bwanson,. who waa Richards' . candl
date, I, left could not ba learned, but It Is
thought ha. will be taken eara at, in some
way or other. It not as Mr: Hammond' I
denutr. than It may ba that Mr. Hammond I
will resign within the year, and be sue
csedsd b Bwanson. .
Ia anr aveat. tha political atmosphere I
cleared coaslderably about Dodge county,
and twa wlnga of tha republican party, I
which .baa been pulling for soma time paat
on account of the poetof&ce row are knit I
closely togetner, accoraiag.w w
onght to know. Senator MUlardUdaywrots J
letter oi congraiuiau i v.u-..-.
and Richards, and said he hoped the: party I
- ' . ... .v
wouia present a so no iron ia m ""
campaign. . ...v r ; I
Fremont's Point at View. , .
FREMONT. Neh.. March 7-(Speclal Tele
gram.) The recommendation of Rosa L.
Hammond for reappointment as postmaster,
ends a hot fight here, and while none of the
parties is willing to say anything, there
1 no question but It I tb result of a
compromise and that It is only a" matter of
time before Hammond resigns aad Bwanson
. "Th aprol'ntmeat U enough fof e said
Mr. "Hammond to a ttpreaentatlve. of The I
Be. thir" afternoon.", I float want' to eay
anything mora about Jt. ; What ws 'doh
by tha partle at Washington I know noth- I
log of. Ther are no old wounds, m tne l
party to be healed.
Mr. Schneider declined to express himself, I
aveeht ta aav that ha of course: waa ter- 1
fectly satisfied. Mr. Bwanson seemed well in 157 and founded tha town of Caledonia,
pleased with tha news. : He said he did not At the outbreaking of the civil war he en
h An, Me nix. Hated and served under General Logan,
ards also declined to talk. , v
a..i .v. ,a i4 ra. arh'.t
state politic waa beeoming" Involved, a
proposition waa submitted to Messrs: I
Schneider and Hammond by Bwanson, - It
was hot satisfactory to Mr. Schneider. He
wanted Hammond's appointment, made, and
then tha matter would ba taken up. Bwan
son and his friends would not go Into tha
deal and apparently they were further apart I
Swaasoa Flaa Beasalaarlr ModlSedL
Messrs. 8chhelder and Hammond then
partially repented, and overtures were made
looking for a settlement along tha lines
proposed In th letter, which It is claimed
waa sent to Senator Millard; and subse
quently withdrawn by telegram. ' That the
appointment was recommended to the aeem
log aatlifactloa of all partlea latereated U
retarded a pretty straight evldeno that
the original plan proposed by Swapeon, per-,
bap modified somewhat, ha gone through.
Ther la no queatlon here, but the plan
la that Hammend will within a year or at
realgn, and that Senator Millard will recom-
mend Bwanson to fill the place.
party will deny that the
result of an agreement.
and Mr. Hammond
.ca that th. parties
rather forces tha Inference
la Washington have had something to do I
Eeseaaa, Ha Cars, Pay,
Tour druggist will refund your money If
PAZO OINTMENT falls to enra sikkma.
Tetter. Old Ulcere and Sorea. Pimples and
Blackhead on th face, and all akin dla-
eases; 60 cents.
Cecil Rhadea ta Grave oadltlOa.
LONDON. March I. Telerrama raralvad
hare from Capetown report the condition of
Cecil Rhodee aa moat grave. Mr. Rhodes la
suffering, according t theae dispatches.
from angina pectoris: hla heart ia enlarced
and la encroaching on the lung space. , Re-
lief la afforded by the periodical adminis
tration of oxygen. Dr. Jameson la In coo.
atant attendance upon the patient, who haa
been 111 for some time. Ha aava no one
except hla close personal friends see him.
Ir. f'brlatlaa Pester,
CHICAGO, March 7. Dr. Christian Fen
ger, one of the most noted surgeons In Chi
cago, died tonight. He haa been 111 for tea
days with a complication of diseases. Dr.
Fenger waa known throughout tha world
as an eminent surgeon. He was bora In
Copenhagen. Denmark, alxty-two yeara ago.
Ia 1864 while still a medical atudent, be
erred aa a surgeon In tha waf between
Denmark and Germany. In 1867 he re
c,yed n. dpl0m4 m.iicne and waa I
two years assistant 1 In Wllhelm Mayer s
... ..,, PMrMnhmmmn m.nna in ..i
im n. w, M ,nterlla tB tn- royal Fried-
truco uonpuai, wiptnuijou. n v m. gui- i
creaa or tne Franco-uerman war ne Dec am e i
nrgeon in me neo ross Amouiance corps i
a a . a . . . vn otm
w Bgypt a member of tha .anlt.ry coun-
holding at the time of hi death tha chair
of clinical aurgery In Rush Medical college,
University of Chicago. Dr. Fenger was a
frequent contributor to medical literature.
Mora than eighty articles of great
nave oeen accreaitea u mm aunng mt
last thirty yeara. In 1899 tne ling or Den-
mark made him a knight by conferring the
degree of Rider of Dannebrog.
Hears- C. rotter.
TmiT.AnirT.rwTA u.n.1. l.Hmrt O.
pott - r NcrpiH conaul In this city. 11
fltd t d M Mr P)ttef.g raiatlona
k ,L .k ..i. I
who " I
t,. .j . -i.i, n that c , itrt. I
m l(8 Prealdent Chamororo appointed hla
consul at Philadelphia, which office ha held I
until hi death. Through Mr. Potter fifty I
young Nlcaraguana were sent to this coun-
Jry by their paints and wera' educaUd at
the University of Pennsylvania and other
colleges. Three sons of tha Nlcaraguaa
president were among the number and all
of them were placed under Mr. Potter's
care. HI Interest In Venezuela was
4 vi. .nnnantlnn with tha
"fl trde ther'-
1 Colonel Rasa MePhatl
TAUNTON. Minn., March 7. Colonel Sam
McPhall Is dead at his home here. He was
a Mexican war veteran, naving joinea mn
era! Zach Taylor' regiment when but 1
year or age. ana engagea m an iu. uamc.
of that command. He came to Minnesota
He w& PP''nta colonel of ,the First Mln-
nesota cavalry, known aa the mounted
rangers, and after hi regiment wm must-
red out in 183 he went on duty with the
hrmy of the Potomac, finally returning to
Minnesota In the spring of 1864.
Mrs. W..H. M. Jones, Haroa.
HURON, 8. D., March 7. (Special.) Mrs.
Jones, wife of W.. II. H. Jones, a resident I
r t,ia rifw aiaea 1882. died at the family
reatdence Wednesday, aged B years. Mrs.
y ...... it,, mnthav of fnur children, all I
of whom with her husband survive her.
Frank 8. I a resident of Butte, Mont., wu- I
lua C. la manager of tha Western Union I
Telearanh company In Huron, Carrie Is tha
wife of .per, P., O. ,Bunt;of -Carpenter, B. I
D.. and Carl 8. resldea In Chicago. " Funeral j
services will be held Sunday afteraoon at I
the Metbodlat. church, conducted by Rev.
J. P. Jenkins of Sioux Fall.
W. R. Lewie, Vllltaea.
VILUSCA. Ia.. March 7. (Special.) The
funeral of William R. Lewis took place to-
day. He was born in Connecticut In 180S I
and died In Hamburg, Ia.. at the home of
hi. daught.r. Mr Ward March 5. Mr.
Lewi, came to Iowa In 1851 and to VUllsca
in ibw ne a-irwi "
.... . fc. . a u
north f this cltr and ralaed fruit and ve-
tables for market until 1896, when he sold
1"" "ov ZL 'c:
nl wlte nd on- H WM m4rrted tw,C9
hla wivee being Minerva Leek and Hannah
Hayden. Eleven children were born, six of
WDom r living.
Jacob Fleleher, Starasla.
II STURGIS, ' fl. D., March 7. (Special.!
I Jacob Fletcher, aged 91 years, died at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. O. L. Dickson of
Daliell, Meade county. He waa born in
Dalpbln county, Penaaylvanla, March 17,
1 1810. He was an active member of tne
Evangelical church for fifty-eight years. Mr.
Fletcher leave a large family of great
grandchildren, grandchildren and children.
Burial was In Elm Springs cemetery. He
had been a resident of Meade county, the
last three years.
Mrs. J. B. Bradr.
WACO, Neb., March 7. (Speolal.) The
udden death of Mrs. J. 8. Brady yester
day morning, cauaad, by heart trouble,. 1 a
hock to thla community. Mr. Brady had
lived here for tha paat twenty years and
:,T ZZl . vT..::r.'.;r.;
alt. . ouv imin . hu.wwuu WV VU1I
dren to mourn her lose. Ths remains will
taken to 8L Joseph, Mo., for burial.
NEW YORK, March 7. Henry Blschoff,
senior member of the banking firm of Henry
Blschoff company, died at hla home In this
city today. He waa born In Baden, Ger-
many. In 1827 and came to this country la
HIT. In 1150 he established the banking I Tha office of aaalstant general traffic man
firm which bora his name. He waa the I ager. formerly OUed by Edwin Haw ley,
father of Henry Blachoff. Jr., a Juatloe of
th aupreme court of this county.
Jasaes Calvla, Veteraa nteher
PITTSBURO, Pa., March 7. Jamee Gal-
rln, the once famoua baae ball pitcher, it
dead at bis home in Allegheny after an ill
ness of four ' months, of catarrh of the
stomach. Galvlo waa born In St. Louis.
He was ta his prime In the '80.
rAPKTOWN. March T. nr. Bchnlt tha
orlaclnal witness In the ease against Prln-
mii Rmriilwlll. Fharaad with foraar la
connection with notes purporting to have
kjiaa awnA liv Canll Kkiulaa flUil InJx
Mra. Jona n. Uarlaw.
ST. LOUIS. March 7. Mrs. Harlow, wlfs
I of John . B. , Harlow, former national' civil
service commissioner, died at her residence
here today. . She had beea 111 for some time
since returning te St. Louis from Washing
ton. . ,.. .. ,- .
LONDON. March 7. Lord Malcolm of
Poltalloch, who married aa Amertcea, Maria
Lillian LjsUr, widow of H. Gardner Lister,
died yesterday at Hyree.. Francev Ha waa
borj la 1831. . ' .; .
ttestrsl Jallaa a. Beteyv
B RATTLE BORO,' March T.-General Jultu
IS. Eatery,.' prealdent of tha Eatey Orgaa
I company, died at hla heme hare today, .He
was (7 yeara of age.. : , - '
Captala ('aaatC Eaatarcr.
ROMS, March 7. Captain Caaatl, th Af
rican explorer, 1 del .
THREE COMPANIES IN ONE
Southern Pacifio Organization! in South
western State! Consolidate.
LARGEST CORPORATION IN CALIFORNIA
Capital Stark af Haw Coaeera la
Flies at Over Oa Hissrel
SAN FRANCISCO, . March 7. Tha South
ern Paclflo PAmn.n fli,t IaIh r.1 lit
corporation with tha county clerk today
by which It transferred all It property
i. California. i,f a m. .i
a new corporation and hereafter It hold-
iun in tn tore state win oa managea i
ny ona company Instead of three. .
ins new corporation IS a consolidation I
. . If
By tha. .terms of tha artlclea of Inoor
poratlon, the stock in tha new company Is
to be taken up by the stockholder and
old corporations. The old stock will be
cancelled and tha new stock Issued la It!
piaca. when the exchange ha been com
tll- ftr,ain.i nmnanl win h rtia
,oUed . However, from tha beginning the
new corporation la to take the place of Ita
predeceaaora and to. all practical purpoere
the old corporation ceased to exist with
the organisation of :"Tha Southern Pacific
The companies which have been super-
maa ... th. sn.,ih.rn p.ifln p.tirnad I
- " I
comnanv of California, tha Southern Paclflo I
Railroad company of Arliona and tha SOuth- I
. Railroad-company of New
STATE APPEALS TO CONGRESS
Mlaaeaota Seek . to Ballet New Aid
Asjalaat Jfartfeera Seearltlea
uivumnAtia , V I... ft...
niUAruuio, ill Hi v u nuvmrj uru-
eral Douglas haa appealed to eongres In
the Northern Securities, caae. With the
backing of the Minnesota legislature and
of tha Minnesota delegation In both
branchee at Waahlngtoh, he hope for an
amonAtnent til tha tiMlrl.1 ata which- will
.bll annmaioiia monition in which
Minnesota Is now placed. ,Th decision in
tha Northern Securities cane ahuta out the
atate completely for redress In the supreme
Th court lays down the rule that a state
cannot sua a cltlten of another state
where cltlsep of tha plaintiff state are
neceBSary partlea. Thl clas of caae la
abBOiuteir barrei from th, federal courts.
In tha belief of most attorneys the North
ern Securities company cannot be reached
la tha state courts of Minnesota. An ef
fort In this direction may be made by serv
ice upon Prealdent Hill, himself a cttisen
of the atate, hut there is not much hope of
success In this direction.
Attorney General ; Douglas ha recognlted
tha far-reachlnc affect of thta decision and
has called the attention of Governor van I
cant to u in a letter., j ni win oe tun
mined to the., lg,Iltwe. The senate re
ceived. It late yesterday afternoon, and at
taa aaaa lima ptaaw .jvnson preseatea a
resolution drawn by Jhe attorney general,
li was read before the house thla morning,
but. the resolution did not make Ita. appear.
ance until later, when It waa brought In
from tha senate. J. A. Peterson moved
that the house concur and It was carried
Attorney General . Douglas has already
written two members of the Minnesota del
station. Senator Nelson and Congressman
8t6TenB He BM -ik4d them ,naiTlduAUy
to Jook lh d t u f;
tley wll, ,Btroduc, ft bm ,B
K,,..... .m.niiin. !,. ... i I. .. k.
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i .LinrnflT ..iipr.i lurrau.
POWER TO ENFORCE PENALTY
Thla' Is Glvea aa Chief Reason
for Dlsaoialloa of Westera
NEW TORK, March 7. Little surprise la
expressed la railroad lroles at the an
nouncement of the dissolution of the varl
ous railroad associations. The result Was
regarded aa inevitable in view of the ag-
gresslv attitude of the Interstate Com
The abolishment of the association will
not. It la aald. effect the Trunk Lin aa
sbclatlon and th central passenger com
mlttee. The Trunk Line association haa
no Jurisdiction west Of Chicago, while the
associations, tha dissolution of which ha
Just been announced, have headquarters la
Kansaa City, Omaha, Council Bluffs and
Sioux City. Trunk line offlclala ssy that
on of th chief reasons for the fllssoln
tlon of the weetern pools lay in th' ability
of thoe In power te enforce penalties.
5IUBBi MAT UU IU NtW TURN
TralB . Director at Barrlaaaa Llaes
eke Closer Fraxlsalty
SALT LAKB CITY. Utah. March JT. The
News says that J. C. Stubbs, traffic director
of the Harriman llaee, will remove hie
I headquartere from Chicago to New York.
I whose resignation waa announced a few.'
days ago, will not he filled, Mr. " Stubbe
taking up that end of th management at
Mr. Stubbs, It la stated, is now with
President H. Harriman n th latter'l
STICK TO IT.
Vatll CasTa Hlta Yan Hard,
It Is about aa well to advise aeoole to
I attck ta aoffM until thar aat hit hard
enough, so thai they will never forget their
I axnartanea. althauah It la rathar unoleaa.
ant to have to look hack to a half doaealabie property aooui ma nous wu. (wv
I vaara nf InialMl.m auuilf and annnrtunltv I their eBCaP.
thrown away, which le really the terrible
price paid for the weakest kind f "mesa
A woman writes and her letter le con
densed to give tha facta in a abort space.
"I waa. a coffee Slav and stuck t It like
a toper to hi 'cups'.' notwithstanding I had
headaches every day, and frequently severe
ttajka aT atab naalai.haa than . 1 naad
mere coffee to relieve the headache, and
thla waa well enough until the eoffea
stimulant wore off, then I would have sick
spells. Finally my digestion was ruined.
aevere attacks of rheumatism begsa to ap
pear, en., ultimately th whole aervoue
system began t break down aad I waa fast
becoming a wreck.
"At thl tltn I waa Induced t quit coBe
and take up Poatum Food Coffee. This waa
half a year ago. The reault haa been moat
aatlafactory. The rhetimatlein la gone en
tirely, blood la pure, aervee practically well
and ateedy.. digestion almost perteet, never
have any mor aick headache aad am gala-
lug ateadily In weight aad etrength.
Kama glvea by Peetuak Ce., Battle Creek,
trip over tha Southern Paclflo lines and
tha Mexican roads. Mr. Stubbs' removat
to New Tork, It ia said, la for tha purpose
Af tirlaaln intA MncnF touch the fnanare-
ment of tha road with Mr. Harriman at I
I TO LOWER RAILROAD RATES
Meaaare latredaeed la Mlaaeaata In
lalatara AaTaMlaB Paaeaer Farea
la that State.
ST. PAUL March 7. Senator Daly today
Introduced, a resolution in tha aenate,
which waa unanimously adopted, which de
mand a decrease In paaaenger ratea from
the raliroada operating In the state.
It directs tb railroad and warehouse
commission to Investigate tha matter of
., d m.ka th. B,0Der order to have
rtM . the roper t w iii
of tn, a MBt, , ,,!., for flrat-clas.'
. lower aeeond-class fare Is also to
k mad jh, commisslon rt directed to re
. .v. ,inn of tha legislature.
Hew Territorial Llaa.
GUTHRIE, Okl., March 7.Contraots have I
gin th construction within ten day of a I
line from Hickory, through Sulphur Springs I
to Davis, on the Santa Fa mala line, it I
absorbs tha Sulphur Spring government I
franchise granted one year ago. Tha Santa I
Fa has signed a contract with tha city of
Shawnee to attend through that city th I
Eastern Oklahoma, bow building 200 mile
REPLIES TO THE SEBRASK ASS
(Continued from First Fage.)
dinner laat night In honor of
u..i y..AA ,tl ih.
minhera of th
state delegation, with their
families, also M. R. Baskervllle and wife of
Wttertown, Mr. Haywood and wife of Aber
deen, N. E. Phillip of Sioux Falls, and
V"" "J?'"?' ' TiT.
formerly of South Dakota. The governor
and Mrs. Herrald left today for New Tork.
Joseph Oberfelder of Sidney la la Wash
ington on his way to New Tork.
W. B. Stewart of Lincoln was admitted
to practice before the auprema court today.
Th.. itAatoflWa become domestle mnnev
order office April 1:
Nebraska MaOley, Worm.
Iowa-Carnarvon. Keen, Liberty. Sher-
wood. Talmage. Titonka.
Wvamlna Unton. I
t...i. nUK.nMM, iwn o-..
of Ked Oak". Harrison U Hunt of Maynard
and W. J. Burke of Des Moines. Ia., were
today appointed railway mall 'clerks.
Two additional rural free delivery routes
Will be established April 1, at Guide Rock,
Webster county, Nebraska, with Wilfred R.
Halts A and Edwin M. Moranvllle as carriers.
The raule Covert an area of sixty-two square
miles, containing a population of 8&6.
Miss Grace Footer of Seward, Neb., was
today appointed teaoher In the Indian
school. Yankten, 8. D.
Senator Dietrich's bill appropriating 125,-
000 for a public building at Hastlnga waa
favorably reported by the aenata commute
Bubll hulldlngs and grounda today,
UtlidUd , DILL DtVUMtd LAW
Meaaare Creating! Perataaent Bareaa
Is niaraeg ay President
v WASHINGTON, March V.--Tha president
. ...i. i... i - '
aas aignen me oiu creaung a rf
census bureau. ,
Tha president haa aent the following let-
ter to the secretary of the Interior:
WHITE HOUSE. Washington. March e.
1AB. Sir: I have signed the act providing
for a permanent cenaua bureau. Section I
laining to the twe
u ' when" the "
or mis act provides mat me worn, per-
wemn census anau oe car
r.nui. nfllrn under the f X
tlon until the first day of
ia narma.nerit census office
I r ' I - . : . -. - . .
norein proviaeo ior snail oe organiaea ujr
the director f the censu. Section i pro-
rides that with your approval the director
of tha census may appoint tha permanent
census fore In two ways:
In lha first olace. from tha present em
ployes of the census office, and. In the
mmr.nna niana. ail new iudu nimrnii iu uv
made In accordance with the civil service
law. After any of the present employes
of the census office have been appointed
upon the permanent force they become
part of the classified service.
navN nMn nv.r .nvan two m.'Liviia wi w
carefwllv with tha attorney ce
T . -
near. Tou will nlease Inform the director
of the censua that hia office will continue
to ba administered aa It naa Deen aamiu-
Utered un til th. .first of July. Or .that day
n win, wna yuur iiiwts, m.yjnv f uvu
member of the preet-nt force under him
h Dermanently employed. After that de-
tali appointments will be made under tne
rrguiauons oi tus civu v. r,
Hon. B. A. Hitchcock, Secretary of the
Restrict Pahllo Service Plaale,
WASHINGTON, March 71neral Wood
of Cuba haa Issued aa order, making liable
to a fine of not less than $100, nor more
than I&00. any person, eompaay or corpora
In.,.nin a l.lMnnh lip talanhnne ne
other public or prtvate enterpnss. without
of law. Tha order
makee such parson or eompaay liable to Durnea we ouuaings sna sioca u... -additional
fine of $25 for each day the an- eB Ar dealers; W. A. Van Tassel
-.1 . ..... ut . Cam. fiimltura!
terprls U continue; in operation, after
dua notlM lor Ita dlaeantlnuance haa been
Petaelstrs , mt Taaabstaaa,
WASHINGTON, March 7. Tb senate haa
confirmed the nomination of Laura O.
Crabla to be postmistress at Tombstone,
OLD MAN KILLED AND ROBBED
asked Rahbere Eater Pessaylvaala
Haas aad Make Deadly Aaaaalt
I'ses Aa-ad Caaale.
BUTLER. P.. March 7. Three masked
nen broke Into the house of an aged man
named 8mlth, living at Sandburg, Pa., laat
night and brutally aaaaulted the old man
1 and tortured Mrs. Smith In a fiendish man-
ner. ' They then ranaacaea tne noua ana
I secured $200 and after destroying Consider.
I aame oi oe mur an..t,
omita. a weauny. reurw larm.r.
beea ahot through tha head and hi skull
crushed by a blow from some heavy Instru
ment. The furniture waa broken and
tossed about the rooms aad blood smeared
over the walls, floora aad everything In the I
nous showsd that a tsrrlble struggle fori
Ufa had been made by the aged victim. A
I aumoer oi mu.gunsi .. ....
1 darted In pursuit of the murderere and
they have beea traced to Freepoxt
waa ever yeara of age.
meatTMOMT. Ter.. March 7. Tha finding
Of the rtoy or v. u. rearaon in in. nnnm
river, strlnpeo to Bis unaercioinea ana nis
head erushad In, haa convinced local police
that a systematic plan of routxsry end Baur
oer Is telng conducted by unknown (x-r-sons
in this vicinity. When Pearson was
laat seen alive ne naa on a suit or fiua
clothes and between t and In raan.
Within three months four bodlos. Including
that at Pearaun. have ben taken from the
river and la every case triers were ev
eanoaa af violent deatii and no valuables
war found. In two of Lh. vases th buUlea
ware not Identloaa and Ware buna ay ute
TO PROSECUTE RAILROADS
Government Order! Action Against Com
paniea Violating Commerce Laws,
4 a an
SUITS MAY TAKE FORM OF INJUNCTIONS
Llaa . t hoar ' Officials Aamltted to
'Interstate t'atnmlaeloa Iafrae
Hons af Law Are ' '
CHICAGO, March 7. United State Dis
trict Attorney Bethea haa received In
struction from tha Department of justice
...iV.. a..a . . V, v
against railroads centering in Chicago whoae
at Washington to begin legal proceedings
Officials testified before the Interstate Com
merce commission to Infractions of the
laws. ' It has not been decided definitely
what form the charges will take, but It Is
probable that Injunctions will be Instituted.
Full Instructions have not been received
by tha district attorney and probably will
not be until tha arrival of W. A. Day. who
body has reaueeted
Mr. Bethea to have Attorney Dayappolnted
special coansel to assist the government
m prosecuting the railroads, and this will
The district attorney today received from
the Interstate Commerce commission a
traneorlpt of the evidence taken In Chicago
In two recent hearing and also of th
evidence taken" at sessions held recently
In St. Panl, Kansas City, Washington, New
York and other cities
It I expected that Attorney Day will ar
rive In Chicago Monday, when a consulta
tion will be held. ' It Is understood that
suits will be Instituted not only in Chi
cago, but In the several cities where It
may ba deemed necessary to attain the end
desired, which Is the observance of the
Basy ta the Black Hills.
W. S. Heckart of SpesrBeh, 8. D., a rail
road contractor and builder, la at the Del-
lone. Mr. Heckart has recently completed
some ' grading for ' the Burlington in the
Black Hills, but is unable to continue on
other contracts because of the quantity of
snow that has .fallen In that country
'AH' railroad work In our country Is now
at a stsndstm," he said. "We have been
unable to do a thing tor the last five days.
Bnow nM completely oiocaea u. out as
soon as me snow inavea mere win oe mora
froaa wora commenced inan in-ra over
naa peen in pur . lemiory. in .act. a
ior moro .ywia " rouuirj iu.
for a, long time- Everything In the rail
t0d "na l getUngaoUve and this sprlfig
luo" ""'J; f
Cleantna; Up Coachea.
Union Paclflo car repair shops at Council
Bluffs are .just now congcated with work,
according to an official of that railroad.
This Is the housecleanlng time, or the sea
son when the spring renovating Is done, and
It has Juwt begun. All passenger cars are
being overhauled, repainted, revarnlshed
and the upholstering cleaned. Then In the
truck work all bolts, tap and sorews a.
being tightened and everything mad ship
shape for another year t. of twisting and
straining. . , .
Railway Notes and Personals.
P. J. Jilchols. superintendent of Union
station at . Denver, haa returned to that
r'hat.1.. Rnnlnh Alatrlnt nMwnter a rent
of. the Mobile Ohio railroad at St. Louist
is in umana. ....
Phllllppi tifuhe Missouri Paclflo haa gone
I to Nebraska City. ,- !
T,..nn .,rt.t, w n rmtorlr of tha
Illinois Central railroad Is In Omaha from
I m Chicago neaxiquartera,
Harrv Dutton. travellnr nassenaer agent
for the Kansaa City tajuthern road at
Kansas City ia In Omaha.
nnjk-nl Mitimr Ttlrtwall tit tha Fre
mont, Elkhorn ac Missouri Valley railroad
has gone to .the scene of the Boyd county
TO CURB GRIP IK TWO DATS.
Laxative . Bromo-Qulhlne removes ths
cause. K. W. urove e signature on every
I box. Price, 35 cents,
1 " '
ftedalla Dry . Gooda Hoase.
8EDALIA, Mo., March 7. Canon's Grsnd
Central dry gooda house burned today, and
bulldlna and' stock were destroyed. ' Th
stock waa valued at $80,000, with $36,600 In
auranca. The adjoining bulldlnga were aavad
wtth several thousand dollars damage. The
i . r . a n.
lyi ,I0?:::r rn.
originated by a young woman clerk In the
searching for a lost p.nny. and
Igniting cotton rolls. The total loaa Is
rtaaae ss':hsf sit, Llawod.
LIXWOOJD. Nb March 7. (Special.) A
house occupied by Anton Veleba, and owned
by J. M. Roberta of South Omaha, caught
fire from a defective flue laat evening and
waa deatroyed. There was no insurance.
Veleba was a harnessmaker and lost all
his tool and stock, .
Hadsaa Baalaes Haaae.
HUDSON. N. Y.. Msrch 7. Fir today
. .... v.i .
"(-" . " " "'
oaeiaon m tomp.ii;, '
mens' furnishings. Loss. $200,000.
Eaallaa laaaorta aad Esaarta.
LONDON. March' 7. The statement of
the Board of Trade for February abowa In
creases of 1.977.100 in Imports and 174,
800 in exports.
Mlzaa la Caaalats.
v ivaia 'flTT. March 7. A. J. Shirk.
who waa nominated for the offloe of city
treasurer on the republicsn ticket last
week, resigned toniani ana r. o. i,
Jr., who was a republican candidate for the
mayorauy, waa iuuiuiuivu. .
the great Trench actress eays: "I Sat
Gold Seal Champagne
excellent. In faet en parlor to many French
Champagnaa.' It eurprlaee m that each a
fine wlae eaa he produeed In America.
OOLD SEAL la aerved In every first-class
sat aad -slab and aald evaryher at -half
tha price of French wlae.
U RB ANA WINE CO, URBAN A. N. Y(
II. CLARK S
WILL DOUBTLESS HAVE STRONG
INFLUENCE IN THE RlUHfl
Aa latervUw with th Brother of tha
Beeretarr af ' Stata . Brians Oat
Roane Very Reaaarkahl Faete.
Of particular Interest at this time le the
rubllcatlon of an Interview -with Mr. -W. 11.
Clark, a brother- of Secretary of State
George A. Clark, of Topaka. Kanaaa, in
whoa office he to employed.-. In the course
of the Interview Mr. Clark aatd:
"Along In 18W I was living la Junction
City, Kansaa. and working at my trade of
printer on the. Republican, I had a bad
attack of rheumatism and oouid not seem
to get over It. All sort at medicines failed
to do me any good and my trouble kept get
ting worse. My feat were eo swollen that
I could not wear shoe and I had to go oa
orutchea. The pala was terrible.
'One day I waa setting the type of an
article for the paper telling what Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pal People had done
for a man afflicted as I was, and 1 waa so
Impressed with It that I determined to give
the medicine a .trial. For a year my rheu
matism had beea growing worse, but aftsr
taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a abort time
I began to Improve. . I bought tour boxes
in all, but 1 did not finish tha lsat ons.
Before the fourth box waa halt taken the
pain and swelling had all disappeared.
That was ten yeara ago, and .rheumatism
has never troubled me since... I am 41
years old now; I weigh 191 pounds and can
truthfully aay that I haven't felt better In
the past twenty yeara than I do right now.
I could name, off-hand, a haU-dsea. people
who have used Dr. Williams' Pink Pllla for
Pale People at my suggestion and who have
lecelved. good result from them."
Dr. Wllllama' Pink Pills for Pals People
go directly to the Seat of the disorder,
purifying and enriching the blood by elimi
nating poleonoua- element and renewing
health giving foreee. . They are h positive
specific not only for rheumatism. But for
aueh diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial
paralysis, St. Vitus dene, aoiatica, neu
ralgia, nervoua headache; the after-feffecta
of the grip, of fevers ahd of -ether' acute
diseases, palpitation of the heart, pale and
sallow complexions and all form 6T weak
ness In either male or female Dr.--Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pate People ar sold
by all dealers or will ba aenf -postpaid on
receipt of price, fifty cents a box; alx boxes,
two dollars and fifty cents," by addressing
Dr. Wllllama Medicine Co., Schenectady,
N. T. Be eure to get the genuine; sub
stitutes never cured anybody. J'
... , ,t-.i:
does for those who x
are weary and brain
fatigued, as it li,,(f
The Purest Typt
It la particularly X.
reoommenaea , ioe
women because of
its age and excel-
lenca. .. .i.. .
Bold at all SrttUai tiaf.i an hy ahaai
WM. LikMaHAa 2 SUM. auilam, H4.
i. . i.i
from loss of aervon fore ofteo owe
their eoadltioa la youthlat tgaersnce
that fearful cneaiy to health, .
It ia the bualaeM of arieace to repair
Die damage caused by the thoKghd
aractiorsofyouth. . , ; " y.
Nervous X5ebillty never getd wen oi
hself. Its victims drag through a
miserable existence, weak, UsUeee,
literally feed the knarry
them tha tsredae ilvr
toaaded by aatare. This waaderlul
remedy cures Nervous Debility, stops
sll dralaa, replaces waatad tlaraea,
seads rich, waraa life blood tl.sliag
through every part, making every or-
Ka act aad caaalBg yea to glow wtth
tl.tO per box; boxes (with guaran
tee to cure), ri.OOr Sook Ire. ,
Wor aala bv Kunn Co.. Fuller Paint
Drug Co., Omaha: Dlllon'a Prugetor.
iouth Omaha, and Devi Drug Co.. Conned
BOYD'S I woolw
STAFlTlliQ Slj::piY l!ST.
Bundn- Mat" Nlh..CAIETY AlfTL
Monday. TueeJay . . L.A MABCDJTt
W.d'j Mat. Mght...THE CEiSHA
FOUR NIOHT8. STARTIrfrt THURSDAY,
B9. a. WltMHU.
Thursday. Friday. Saturday matlnae, "Pro.
feasor a Love ntory, aa
Seat on sale Tuesday,
MATINEE, WED.. SAT and BUN., 1:1
kvEKY NJGrfT. i ll
VX snd (IRS. SID'.EY CHEW
The Uraal Da Coma k'antlly, Werner an
fuedar, Al and Mamie Anderson. Jorda
and Crouch, Arthur buekner, ftad Staba
and Welch Brwtbare. .
T Prices. 10c. 26o and K)c.
Malta. 'l wla IOa, . 0..
Entire Week, Including Saturday Evening
Wine, Woman ondStt,
like. Suuday Mat.. Crackar)ack BurUsuerA
4 ,. l"Jhl
BURLESgUERS-Tha eter svent of the
saaaou bonltar cleverest .. all coon as
llneAiors beautiful chorus 10 comedians
Kv.iiln. urli-ea. 10c-nc-Sto Smoke if yell
A6fr.pt Na)tubtltutforHd' araarllla.
WUHfi .... -.. ........
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