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liatea t 4lt44. but bava aaerad
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a-ttM m.r rtaa la barmoar with tbetr
Tb 'fr-n" brna about I IS o'clork
all cMfcc1 ufltt! . IV,
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aa a aVKaaiia fram tba Iroa Mouldara'
a ian. ataaibara of tba
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art.1 ia aatl a law Kiara fov mat-
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paar Ha t4 knrna4 aa1 avtdaatt
k4 4Maabia a bta ata4. Appraacblac
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fr r.r aaf.1. baM a atlat
k.nai4 raaaaraattaai wtta klaa a ad ka
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TVa rwPtoa4 lka MMt af anattrtlaia
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tfc i a tba tav rapa4 tba kaaaa
a4a a4 raila4 tba poll. Is waa a
amaa4i fba aoni aa praaaat. Law
aaatt ffta wva4 a aafl af tba bmtaa aaf
Uka NfpMUf ina waa aaat awa o brlaaj
ka aftaaiaa. aftap aaotkaf tiaptar af a-
taw al paaamt aivS atill thara waa aa
aw Pr Ma aoaaataaa. tka elara 4alta4
'k Pu ataloa bm aadi aaka4
kaa amrara aat tu aaatat la toa
Wwalif auantioa wa aaitef t taa
Sana a4 ta wa tka "via
ti!U oi ?efiw?i4 MTwflgtb, until soon they become
srout wvi, rpbusf. All puny and languid children
cx-cd thiA great bolder ct pure &nd rich blood.
Ta perfectly fres to consult your family
piyiiiia ca til thssa ib:ct3. He knows the
fonr.u!.. fvf cur Sawparilla.
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Vl'Torr7. fritoflll linl TroHfler, nil of
Ififfl Vfi!1 Ihenf. dfJ thori ii! no ono
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Mit. riii 14 prenf for I fev mlnnten.
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ritt? ,1 fi tttt thii fmindrf mattpr tn
fB4 M4f difpftffmfnf or" r) opinion anif 1-
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4rof Ion lo fne iiittri of th.t i1l
tottfi'l oflfi. ffon J Hferllnf Morton.
If e4m ft m fht thr arinnid b n
foii't opori fha fiofmnnenf offlril rororlo
of f h nf tnpnUm of fhe etntf om epre-
of ffi4 Man reaurf In whlrh ho
fio) f Mi feii .w rltmem. an.1 of the fleeo
aiffiw Whlfn fftr '"'I M demlo
Mr Morton a mn of npionfllil Inrel
lof ttnhiemiepe lnferlfy, Inilornlfhl
r.Tifaa, iflMifi tnarltr n1 houn.lleea
4nr4 Aa n 4holar and atnlenman h
htrx.i7 NbT4la unit rorte a nm for
Mmlf amofia) fta arr4ft of cmr nation.
fl lmpra4 Ma ehraetf an4 llfi upon
o'ir Mf hi perhapa no other man haa
l wot. 14 fhrfore a-iaaeaf that your
hvnorbl hnAf laka aurri oflin a yon
mr rleem pro(r to pluoe mmn the rrorila
nf mif rlfr aoma fhni lo Ihe life and
menv.rr of Ihla rmtnent XehriikBn. K
(wilfully, rilANK E. MOOREB,
BIT STROiNO ON flib TAPE
What Pharl Paaaaa Tktaha tf CJot
rr aal Artlaai natrraar
At a:4a p. m. Tuaaday tba county jail aa
talapboncd tbat pockatbook looking Ilka
a womao'a band aatcbel waa being beld at
tba In Ion atatloa for John Power and
tba jail forca koaw right away that tba
abaiifl bad roturnrd.
Two aaeka ago laat Sunday he want to
Ctanatoo. Wye., after William Heap, jr.,
charged with obtalolog money tinder falaa
prelaaaea, and baa boon there ever alnce,
waiting for the Wyoming offlclale to re-
celTO requisition pa para tbat would meet
tbelr faetldloua eiactlone. Heap waa
wanted for trial on the charge of the
Perry Commiaaton company of Bouth Omaha
tbat ha had failed to deliver cattle on
wblcb they had accepted a mortgage for
$1,000, part of a turn advanced him after
he had eatabllabed credit with them by
prevtoua aatlafactory dealtnga. Heap ae
eured an attorney, who Instated tbat Juris
diction lay In Uinta county, where Heap
lived, and tha matter had to be taken be
fore a district Judge-, who declared It lay
la Douglaa county. Although tha people
generally were very gracloua. It seemed to
tha Douglaa county sheriff tbat both Gov
ernor Richards and Acting Oovernor Chat-
terton were a bit atrong on red tape, for
between them they managed to delay him
two weeks longer than aeemed neceasary.
Ha enjoyed hla etay. however, and re
porta aa one of the novel eiperlences of
the trip that be aaw it anow every day
he waa there except last Sunday, and that
when Omaha had Ita M degreea above, he
waa enuggllng up to a Are.
Tha puree he loet waa not found until
tha ear waa batng cleaned here and the
alter! 9 didn't know of Ita absence until he
received the telephone meaaage from tha
depot. It contained hla paaaea, about VU
la bllle, a picture of Preetdent Rooeevelt
en tour asd eocne aamplea of the khaki
need la making rough rider campalga tint
WILL REPRESENT NEBRASKA
Jaaeae) B. Wealwarl Laavee far St.
raal ta PWrltataata a
Oratwvsawl Cast aal.
Jmm E- Woodard of Creightaa antvar
Hy laft Taeeday aver tba Illlnota C4n
tral for Si, Faal. where ha wilt represent
Kahraaka a4 tka talersUta oratorical con
laat be held la tkat city Thursday night.
Ha waa eeroanpaalea by hie father. Assist
ant Poatamaeter Woodard. by D. J. Hurlay
aa tha representative from Crelghtoa. aad
by fred J. Kerr aa delegate-at-large from
Bellavwe college. Ia the Nebraska later
catiaglata contest held at Crelghtoa uni
versity hall aa March 21. Mr. Woodard.
WKk tha eubject "Ia Chrastlanlty a Fall-
ra? merited Brat place, thereby receiving
tha honor ef representing tble atate. He
will deliver tha earn e rat low in St. Paul,
aad although he will aow be pitted agalnat
sea of ateimer atuff, bla fellow-etudents
aadj hla many frtende feel confident that he
wilt acquit himself la a very creditable
Good building material
Stcss snd mortar. Day by day
t! buildic grows, becoming
U::r. broader, more solid.
Tbo best bui!dinff material
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Day by
day it males thia tad cala children
1 oo4 tha Ayar .raanarU'A waa tha
I aua now paal 74 yaw a of age, anU i
- rmmm ymmtm or w eVAa 1
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Organization of School Board Practicallj
JY LAVERTV IS TO BE PRESIDENT
Knhnt for frrelsrr nnd Election of
TrnrKm tn Ite Held F.arly In
May la rrnaram ynvw
Next Moti'lny nicht thf present Hourd
of FMtn ntion wilt moot and close up Its
affr,lr aod the .recently elected members.
Iverty. Morrill and Bock, will be sworn
In. Those new meinhors take the places
of nulla, Ryan ami Flcenec. One of tha
first acta of the new honM will be tha
nele.'tlon of a president. It Is understood
that Jay Lnvcrty In a stron. candidate for
president, and It aeems to be pretty gen
erally understood that he will he chosen
for the place without opposition. Those
who are on the Inside assert that Kubat
will mirceed Ryan aa secretary. This po
sition pays $rn a month and Is the only
salaried office on the board.
In times past the board haa dallied along
until late In May or even Into June be
fore electing teachers for the school year
which follows the summer vacation. This
dels has rinsed a great amount of anxiety
on the part of teachers, who are naturally
desirous of learntna; their fate aa soon aa
possible. As already outlined, the plan
of the reorganized board will be to lert
teachers at a meeting to be held on May
12. Of course It Is not the Intention to
select all of the teachers at this time, but
perhaps eighty may be chosen and the bal
ance of the places filled In at sesslona to
be held later.
One of the problems tha new hoard wilt
heve to deal with will be the rholee of
principal for the High school. Every year
there la scramble for 'hla position. Last
year Frank Seykora was removed and X.
M. Oraham substituted. Thla year both
rsraham nnd Seykora are working for the
place. Oraham wanta to hold hla job, while
Peykora. who la now In charge of the
department of mathematics, whnta the
place back. In hla fight Seykora la being
backed by member of the Taxpayers'
league and others. It la averted tbat noma
of the members are already pledged to
either one or the other of the candidate
and the fight will prove Interesting,
nealataete Parkers' Katloaal Bask,
Tha Board of Education haa designated
the Packers' National bank as the deposi
tory of the funds of the school district
Thla action on the part of the board now
permits the turning over Into the handa of
Treasurer Howe the achool funda. At the
present time there ia only about $200 In
the fund, but within a day or two there
will be plenty of money on account of the
license fees coming In. Mr. Koutaky, the
retiring treasurer, said yesterday that the
achool district would bo In pretty good
shape thla year, as It will take only about
half of the amount of money derived from
saloon licensee to take up the overlap of
the district. This will leave a balance of
about $45,000 to apply on tescbera' salaries
City Hall Chaorea.
In order to make room for the city tax
commissioner, the railings and gratings in
the city offices are being changed. The tax
commissioner will have hla office directly
In the rear of the treaauer's office. This
will move the city clerk a little farther
back, but It will give him more room, as
the offices of the Inspectors have been
consolidated and moved to the east end of
the room. It la expected that the changea
will be completed ao that Mr. Fltxgerald
will be able to take possession of his office
Brlarga Makes Detail.
i f Brtgga of the police department
yesterday made out a detail for the month
of May. He will place alx men in uniform
on duty days and Beven men at nlgbt. Two
men will work in rltlxena' clothes, subject
to the orders of the mayor and the chief
of police. At the preaent time the force
conalata of aeventeen men.
While there la a demand for more patrol
men, the funds do not warrant the ex
pendlture at thla time, s Nearly all of the
patrolmen will be moved from the beata
they have been patrolling and be given
different localities to look after.
Elevealh Aaaasl Meetla.
The eleventh annual meeting of the Ne
braska State League of Local Loan and
Building aasoclatloas waa held In tha coun
ell chamber yesterday afternoon and even
Ing. About two dosen delegatea were prea
ent aad a number of addresses were de
livered. A program had been prepared
which called for epeechea and papera, and
thla waa carried out as far as practicable.
Since the Board of Education ha fallen
into line and ordered Ore escapes erected
oa the Central achool building, la com
pllance with the ordara of tha daputy atata
laker commissioner. It la presumed that
owners of blocks in the buslneas portion
ef the city will follow. Fire eacapes oa a
number of buildings are badly needed, so
the labor commissioner asserts, and be goea
further and aaya that he proposes seeing
thst they are erected.
Chief Etter of the Are department is at
present engaged In revising the rules and
regulations of the Are department. He haa
aecured a ropy of the rales laid down for
the government of the department In
Omaha and with the exception of aome
changea these will be submitted to the
city officials for consideration.
As the city officials have not taken any
atepa toward building a brick fire ball In
tha Fourth ward two hoaa companies are
still stationed at No. 1 house on Twenty-
ROYAL ARCANUM STATE MEET
Slsth Aasaal aaaeiaar Traasacte Ita
aalaesa aad Elects Sew
The Nebraska grand council of the Royal
Arcanum held ita alxtb annual eeaeloa
Tuesday in the Royal Arcanum hall In The
Bee building, with the largeat attendance
In the history of the order in thle atate,
there being alxty-one delegatea preaent.
Varloua mod! Beat lone ware mads In the by
laws, all of an Incidental character. Orand
Regent Prank D. Burgeaa of Cedar Raplda,
Neb., opened the aeaaion. but by reason of
lllneaa waa obliged to retire. The mem
bare expressed tbelr Interest by making hla
room aweat with the perfume of many
flowers. Vice Regent Perfect of Omaha
The following were elected aa officers
for tha ensuing year: Grand regent, Ed
win R. Perfect of Omaha; vice grand re
gent, J. M. Teegarden of Weeping Water;
grand orator. Rev. T. J. Mickey of Omaha.
past grand regent. F. O. Burgese of Cedar
Raplda. Nab.; grand secretary. C. A. Orlm
mal. Omaha; grand treasurer, A. E. Perm-
oiea, Omaha; grand chaplain, N. F. Reck
ard, Omaha: grand guide, H. H. Com d ton
Cedar Rapids, Nab.; grand warden. Bea
ms C. Kox, Lincoln; grand aantry, Wll
nam n. Jones, South Omaha: trustees.
George Powell. OmAhai C D. Jenklna, Nor
folk, and. J. C. CleUnd. Fremont.
The next session will ha held in Omaha
DATES FOR AK-SAR-BEN SHOW
Time rised for Openln t'aralval aad
The date of Ihe fall festivities was fixed
hy the board of governors of the Knlghti
of Ak-Sar-flen last night and according to
the schedule sdopted the first day of the
fnlr aad exhibition will be Wednesday, Sep
tember 24. continuing ten days and closing
on the night of Saturday, October 4. Thla
arrangement wltl give the managers of the
festival aoclely and the people Interested
advantage of two Saturdaya during the fes
tival and will tend to Increase the average
attradance. The times arranged for the
special days are:
Wednesday, October 1 Iay parade.
Thursday, Ortober 2 Ak-Sar-Ben night
parade and electrical pageant.
Friday, October 3 Annual Ak-?ar-Ben
Saturday, October 4 Close of the festi
Aside from fixing the dates nothing was
done toward the annual festival, but the
fair committee will begin active operations
In a short time to secure worthy attrac
tions for the ten days' show.
The ritual committee served notice on
the board last night that on Friday even
ing every member of the board would be
expected to be present at tha den for the
purpose of inspecting the arrangements
made by the committee for the reception
of tboae who will join the court of King
Ak-Sar-Ben VIII and to pass upon the
derision of the ritual committee as to hav
ing no Initiation this year. At thla re
view all of the arrangements for a demon
strstlon on the plan of the committee will
for the first time be complete, and the per
sona who are to take part In the reception
of members will be versed In the work they
are to do aad the lectures they are te de
liver, so that the members of the board
can know exactly how the work will pro
ceed on the first night of Initiations, which
will be next Monday evening.
FIREMEN TOJXET VACATIONS
Leaves Be Taken at Sack Time
aa Chief Sailer May
The Board of Fire and Police Commission
ers has accepted the resignation of Pipe
man John S. Woods and has appointed
John McOreal In his place. The resigna
tion of Fireman George o. Farmer, to take
effect May 1, waa also accepted.
A ltcenae wa granted to the Pabat Brew
ing company to conduct a saloon at 1307
The following leaves of absence, to be
taken at such time as the chief of the fire
department may elect, were granted: Cap
tain John Coyle, Company No. 2, ten days;
William Hartnett, truck No. 1, ten days;
Chester A. Blake, hook and ladder No. .4,
ten days; Captain Patrick Cogan, No. 9, ten
days; Csptaln J. J. Lank, No. S, ten days;
Lieutenant John Errlckaon, No. 1, thirteen
daya; David L. Camp, hook and ladder No.
4. ten days; Captain H. C. Jaacks, No. 4,
ten days; Engineer L. H. Wlnslow, No. 4,
ten days; Patrick F. Connolly, No. 2,
ten days; Johu F. Engel, No. 4, four and
one-half days; Henry Kaufman, No. 10,
seven dsys; John C. Wilaon, No. 1, five
daya; Lieutenant John J. Onnsby, No. 8,
(wo days; George O. Fanner, No. 2, flvo
BUTCHERS HAVE AMPLE PROOF
Declare Attorney General Shoold Call
n Them for Evidence of
KANSAS CITY, April JO. (Special Tele
gram.) The retail butchers aasert that if
Attorney General Crow really wants evi
dence of the existence ef a beef trust he
should summon them instead of the pack
ers. They declare they can furnish him
The strongest evidence thej have la the
uniformity of the wholesale price of beef
at all of the houses and In the fact tbat
the rise in quotations takea place slmul
tanuously on Monday mornings. Another
evidence cited is the blsck list system un
der whlrh a dealer who misses the regular
weekly payment of hie bill to one packing
house la unable to buy any meat from an
other until that bill la paid. While hla
credit may be extended a short time at the
house to which he Is obligated, he becomes
entirely subject to that house in the price
be pays for meat.
The price of meat sometimes vsrles half
a cent a pound at the dlflerent houses, but
the butchers assert that when they order
from tha houses quoting the low price they
a-a told that their ordera cannot be filled.
"Wa know what the packers will tell the
attorney general," said a prominent Wal
nut atreet butcher. "Let him come to ua
and we will ahow that there la no com
petition between the packer In Kansas
ACTION AGAINST THE PACKERS
Sperlfle Statas Will Be Laid Before
Attorney General Today
CHICAGO, April $0. Tomorrow or next
day the specific status of the proposed pro
ceeding of the government against the
big packers will be laid before Attorney
General Knox at Washington. While the
actual drafting of the bill for the tempo
rary Injunction haa not yet been begun,
the allegations which this bill will contain
havs to bs practically determined by Dis
trict Attorney Bethea, acting with Special
Government Counael Day.
It Is not understood that the bill In It
entirety will have to travel to Waahlng
ten and then bock before Mr. Bethea can
act. The understanding is that the line of
procedure and the line of character of the
evidence la to ba submitted to the attorney
general for any suggestion he may dealre
to make. This may bs done by Judge Day,
who ia ahortly to return east. It Is said
the bill will be filed In tha United States
court next Monday.
CARMEN READY FOR ACTION
Will Take In Caaa of Employes
Dropped for Joining
CHICAGO, April 10. Announcement that
alx men or more had been dropped from
tha payroll by the Union Traction com
pany because tbey had joined the newly
organised local ualon of atreet car em
ployee resulted In a hurried meeting of the
ofBcera of tha union and the executive
board of the Chicago Federation of Labor
tonight. Telegrams ware Scut to President
Samuel Compere of ths American Federa
tion af Labor aad to W. D. Maaon. presi
dent of the Amalgamated Association of
Street Car Employee, aaklng them to be
preaent at a meeting Friday nlgbt. Both
replied that tbey would accept.
Lata tha Milan Casa Drop.
WASHINGTON. April 10. It ia now be
lieved that no further consideration will
ba given by the president to the subject
of retiring Lieutenant General Miles so long
as ths commander of tba army continues
bis attitude of reserve and the case will
be. allowed to remain aa it la unleaa Gen
eral Miles should take soma action to re
vrva the recent determination of ih. nr..i.
CASTRO IS BADLY CRIPPLED
Loisi Valuable, ken and Territory in En
deavor to Suppress Rebellion.
EASTERN PART OF COUNTRY IS TAKEN
Venesarlan Government la rorred by
Inaaraenta to Defensive and Una
o More Troapa tn
TRINIDAD. Vcneiuela, April .m.-The
news of the defeat of the government
troops nar San Antonio last Tuesday la
confirmed. It now arprars that thla en
gagement proved a disaster for the gov
ernment. The death of the government
general, Castro, Is also ronnrmcl. General
Escalante, the second In command of the
Venezuelan army, who was reported miss
ing after Tuesday's light, baa 'been made
prisoner by the Inaurgenta. He was one of
President Castro's most faithful officers
and wae formerly governor ef Caracaa. He
came from Castro's native atate, I-oi
The Veneiuelsu government la said to
be In Ignorance of the whereabout a of the
Insurgent commander, (Vrneral Monogas,
who with a force of 800 men has not been
heard from In six days. It Is generally be
lieved that be has taken advantage of the
battle of laat Tueaday to push hla com
mand forward in the direction of Caracas.
Government Is Weakened,
NEW YORK, April 29. N. Bolet Mono
gas of the revolutionary junta baa received
from Caracaa the following riewa about the
revolution in Venezuela:
The revolutionary general, Rlera, at ths
head of 2,000 men, la at the outskirts of
Coro, capital of the state of Falcon, and
la expected at any moment to take It. Gen
eral Salalgne has taken the port at Tuc
caseas, n the state of Barqulslmeto, which
la an Important place where the revolution
let steamei Bolivar can take coal and land
ammunition fot the revolutionists of the In
terior of the country.
All the eastern part of the country Is lost
to the government and taken by Generals
Monogas, Rolando and Penalosa. The
forces of Mendosa and other revolutionists
have joined and are marching to attack
the capital. The government Is intrench
ing Puerto Cabello, aa General Montenegro
of (he atate of Cojedes Is marching to
ward that point. The government haa
taken the defensive as it has no more
troops to send out.
TO CONTROL J0BACC0 TRADE
Battle for Domination of World's
Market by Merging of
NEW YORK, April 30. The World to
morrow will say:
An important move In the battle tor con
trol of the tobacco market of the world will
be made tomorrow, when the giant Contl
netal Tobacco company and the American
Cigar company will, through a new ar
rangement, become practically one. This
Is a long stride In the carrying out of
President Duke's Imperial plan for the
greater tobacco truat. Control of the to
bacco trust of Cuba is aimed at and P resit:
dent Duke baa been quoted as saying tbat
the trust could afford to lose $5,000,000 to
get control of the market of the British
That measures to realize the latter are
now under way Is Indicated by the presence
in the city of Ogdens, Britain's greatest
manufacturer of cigarettes, in whose busi
ness the American Tobacco company has
already bought a big Interest. The new
American combination, the Continental To
bacco company and the American Cigar
company, aa announced yesterday by the
officers, is one by which the Continental
buys the entire manufactured output of the
American Cigar company and disposes of It
through its own salesmen. Officials of the
two companies who made the announce
ment took occaalon to announce pointedly
that the two concerns would continue to
maintain separate organizations.
Jamea B. Duke is president of the Con
solidated Tobacco company, which controls
tne American Tobacco company and the
Continental Tobacco company, and ha la
president of both the American and the
Continental companlea. While the truat
dominates the American Cigar company,
J. B. Cobb ia president of the latter and It
was said yesterday would remain at it
WEATHER IN SCHLEY'S FAVOR
Brlaht Day Permits Sontbernera to
Give the Admiral Hearty
MEMPHIS. April 30. Better weather to
day permitted the program for the enter
tainment of Admiral and Mrs. Schley to be
carried out fully. At 10:30 o'clock a mili
tary and civic parade moved through the
streets, which were crowded, and Admiral
and Mra. Schley were cheered continuously.
The admiral acknowledged the cheers by
waving hla hand and bowing. Arriving at
Court Square, where reviewing atands had
been erected, aa address of ' welcome was
made by Mayor J. J. Williams and replied
to by the admiral, after which the party
went to the Cotton exchange, where mem
bers of the exchange received the admiral.
At t p. m. the admiral and Mr. Schley
reviewed a regatta on the river, occupying
the ateamboat Robert B. Lee aa flagship,
and tonight a grand ball waa given in their
honor at the New Gayoso hotel. Tomor
row they will be the guesta of the Maaonlo
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