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A Sweeping Clearance Sale on Wash Goods.
Strong Claims for Your Consideration.
Right on the threshold of summer comes a sale of wash poode.,
cut so low in price that it' establishes for us a precedent for value
giving. Never before were such worthy qualities sold at thin
iseason of the year.
SS-lnch Scotch Madras, all double fold
td extra fine quality, reduced
from 15c rard to
tl-lnch Dark Blue and Black Ground
Lewne, In amall and neat designs,
reduced from 15c to
JO-Inch Pique, for aklrta and suits, all
light grounds with colored atiipea and flg
"rea, worth tin to JOc, all re- iflm.
Juced to rard IUC
I2-lnch Batistes and 8beer Scotch Dlial
tin. beautiful designs, re- IA
duced from 15c and ISc yard to.
Hopaack Bolting, In dark and light blue,
green, etc., all at 10'
er rard IfCiC
10-lncfc Oxford Suiting, all light grounds
with colored atrlpea, re- I f"
duced from 25c yard to IDC
Lorraine Embroidered Tleauea, aold
everywhere at 5c our clear- I ft
ance price, yard IvlC
-lncb AH Linen Suiting, in cadet and
dark blue, nothing better for r-A
ahlrt waiit aulta. yard OUC
Corner Farnam and
SAVAGE TO SEE KEEL LAID
Deride, that OinranwUnoe. Do Hot War
met Heeding; Prot.rU of Labor.
ROBINSON BACK IN THE PENITENTIARY
Violates Hie Parole by the Killing of
Thayer aad Moat Serve Remainder
of Ilia Sentence, Which Ei
plrea la September.
(From a 8taff Correspondent.)
3XC0LN. June 24. (Special.) Got er nor
Saage and hia military ataff will attend the
laying of the keel of the battleship Ne
braska at Seattle, In spite of the protest
of labor organisations of that city, Omaha
and ether placee. The party will leave
either Lincoln or Omaha on the night of
The governor at Brat was Inclined' ' to
take aldea with' the union men. but after
investigating the trouble concluded that the
fact that non-union men were employed in
the construction of the battleship was no
reason why he abould Join the boycott.
Protests agslnst the governor's partici
pation in the ceremonies are received dally
In the executive department. Not only the
building trades of Seattle have Joined In
the remonstrance,7 but nearly all labor or
rsnlxatlons aa well. The Icemen's union,
the waiters' union and even the laundry
workers' union have given their sympathy
to the movement. Several weeka ago a
protest was received at the governor's of
fice from the Central Labor union of
The governor will be accompanied by
nearly all members of hia military staff, as
follows: Col-mel George E. Jenkins, quar
termaster and commissary general, and
wife; Colonel Charles J. Bills, inspector
general, wife and daughter; Colonel Car
roll D. Evana. surgeon general, and wife;
Colonel John H. Brown. Judge advocate
general; General Leonard W. Colby, ad
jutant general Nebraska National guard;
Colonel H. P. Sutton and wife. Colonel C.
F. 8charmann. Colonel J. B. Watklns and
wife. (Colonel Jamee O. Martin and wife.
Captain George Lyons, Colonel S. M. Me
!ick, wife and son, Colonel J. W. Thomas,
wife and daughter. Colonel E. C. Bryson
and wife, Colonel Prank E. Moorea, F. M.
Rublee. aide attached to military staff.
Retaraa Parole1 Convict.
Deputy Warden Jones baa returned from
trip to the aandhllla, wbltber bs went
after Jsmes Robinson, a paroled convict,
who waa returned to the penitentiary for
violating his parole by killing a man named
Thayer. It appeara that Robinson and
Thayer were employed on the aame ranch
and that Thayer waa recently discharged.
Ho thought that Robinson was to blame for
his release and he secured a bowle and at
tacked Robinson while the latter was on
horseback. The code of cowboy ethics did
not permit Robinson to put spurs to bis
noay and get out of the way, so ha pro
ceeded to put a bullet through Thayer, who
was on foot.
Robinson Is the man who waa aent up
two yeara Ago for killing his wife in Grant
county. For this offense he waa sentenced
to three years. He seemed to be Jealous
of the woman, but willing to follow her
Into eternity, as he immediately put an
other bullet into himself. The bullet after
ward fell out of hia clothing when he was
andressed by the doctor. It had gone en
tirely through his body. Prior to this
Robinson had killed a man up in that sec
tion, so hia alarlna- of Thsver makes hia
third victim. Hia time in priaon will expire j v
All Bodily Aches
All remnanti of Wash Oooda. including
liSe ginghams. 15c percalea, 10c and 25c
dimities, etc.. from 1V to 8 yardi C
In a piece all at one price yard UC
15 piece of Sheer White India Llnon,
made from fine Egyptian yarn, regular
price 25c; theae we place on aau-counter
with Foulards, and will aell
tbem aa long aa they lait at. yd.
100 doien good Huck Towela,
regular price 15c, now each..
5 doren extra heavy Bath Towels, lf"
all double warp, now each IOC
One caae Bed Spreada, all Marielllea de-
ilgna. worth 11.60, now
Sheets and Pillow Cases
All our Hx2H yard Englewood Sheets.
torn ana ironed and of good aer- gn
riceable quality, at, etch .OUC
42x36-lnch, fine quality Pillow
Cases, worth 16c, at each....
45x36-lnch. aame qualltr as
above, worth 18c, at each
Fremont Boy Drops Match In Can of
Explosive and Is Palnfally
tu -JUne ""'Special.)-
" , "uMvamo, -year-old eon of Al
beit Eddv.th. of this city, dropped a
lighted match Into a can of powder yester
day afternoon and looked into see if it
would burn. An explosion followed and
the boy'a face, neck and chest are badly
burned and It is doubtful whether his eye
sight will be saved.
The Tad found a can on abelf In the
barn and climbed up and got It. He had
secured some mstcbes and, taking the And
out on the aidewalk. he lighted a match
-u uroppea u m. The next instant he
was running to the bouse with his clothes
The Are was extinguished and medical aid
at once aummoned. Fortunately no pieces
of the can atruck him, but his eyes, face
and neck were filled with fragmenta of
powder. A little girl who was playing with
him In the yard was standing beside him.
but waa uninjured.
HANGS HIMSELF BY ACCIDENT
Near Arlington .
br Neelc Cloth,
ARLINGTON. Neb.. June 24. (Special.)
The body of David Kennicutt. an old and
respected farmer living about four miles
aoutheaat of Arlington, was found hanging
by the neck about 7 o'clock laat evening.
It is thought that Kennicutt had a faint
ing apell and in falling his cravat caught
In a hodlc on the granary door, aa it waa
In that condition that the remalna were
The deceased waa over 71 years old. Aa
there is no cause why he should commit
aulclde. it la thought that It U a case of
'Will Tone la Karope.
ST. PAUL. Neb., June 24. (Special. )
Judge Paul Anderson, accompanied by hia
wife and daughter. Miss Rose, left yester
day morning for an European tour of about
three months' duration, and will embark at
New York July l. They will travel in
England. France and the Scandinavian
countries, visiting their native place in
Denmark. This la the Judge's second Euro
pean trip during aa active business career
of thirty years In this country, the former
trip hsvlng been made in 1884.
Cae Coaaty Well. Dry I p.
WTMORE. . Neb.. June 24.-(Speclal )
Notwithstanding the recent heavy rains a
number of wells in this county are going
dry. In Midland township a well on the
Sallenbarger farm and another on the Rara
aey place have dried up completely. Both
wells were deep ones and had furnished
an abundant aupply of water for yeara.
There la much speculation as to the cause
of this phenomenon, but no satisfactory
aolution has yet been offered.
Calhertaoa Karmal School.
Cl'l BERTBON. Neb.. June 24 (Special.)
The Culberlson Summer Normal school has
begun Its fourth week with a large Increase
in attendance. Dean Charlea Fordyce of
the Wesleyan university is one of the
instructors during this week. Two of the
most popular classea in the school are
those in history and English literature
conducted by Prof. George H. Thomas, su
perintendent of the McCook city schools.
SUPERIOR. Neb.. June 24. (Special.)
Ictcr R. McLucaa. superintendent of th
Superior schools, has resigned. Mr. Mc
Lucaa has bought a drug business in an
Iowa county aeat and haa quit the achool
room for good. Th;s leaves a position here
raying $1.J00 per annum without an appli
cant lajnred by AYeak Fraffold.
BEATRICE. Neb.. June 24 (Special Tel
errim.l By the breaking cf a scaffold here
ti.dty. on which three plasterers aere at'
w. rk. Frank Lee sustained serious in- !
juries vnue tne othe. two men esrsped
wlih s:kh brul?s. The three workmen
fe!l a ils ibc cf twelve feet.
V rk Vlaiaier fiofl ta California.
YORK. Nib.. June 24 (Special.) Rev. J.
C. Redding lf fcr California vesterdav
j abere he tntrr-ds to locate H's family will
i f i.ew as ocn aa they can dispose cf thir
r-s dt nee here. Mr. Redder and family
lax. many friends in York, who are sorry
iv have them leave.
"envy Wheat Vie' la Fl lmore.
GENEVA. Neb., June 24. (Special.) The
a h: at harvest In some parts of Fillmore
county, especially the north and south,
will be heavy. The potato crop is fine and
corn la looking well.
Flealo at Geaeva.
GENEVA. Neb.. Juna 24 (Special )
The Modern Woodmen of America lodge is
( preparing for a grand picnic to bo held her
), tor a nu n aooui tuw naa been coi-
NEBRASKA CROP CONDITIONS
Vary Slight if Any Dimafe Wag Done by
tie Frosts Saturday Morning.
WINTER WHEAT HARVEST BEGINNING
Cold Weather Retards Growth at
Cora, bat Plaat la Most Instances
Is Looking; Very Well with
Plenty .f Time Ahead.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, June 24. (Special.) United
States Department of Agriculture, climate
and crop bulletin of the weather bureau.
Nebraska section, for the week ending
The last week haa been cold and wet. The
dally mean temperature has averaged 12
degrees below the normal. Frost occurred
generally on the morning of the 21st in
northern and western counties; however,
but very alight damage was done to growing
The rainfall exceeded an inch In most of
the central and southern countlea and waa
generally about half an inch elsewhere.
Hall baa damaged cropa In amall areaa in
several central and southern countlea.
The cold, wet weather has csuaed winter
whest to ripen slowly, but the harvest is
generally Just beginning. A few reports of
rust snd lodging have been received, but
generally the crop Is In unuiually good con
dition. Oats are heading, making a very
rank growth and lodging some. The cold
weather has caused corn to grow alowly and
In some Instances to turn vellow, but crop
In most plsces la In a good, healthy condi
tion and well advanced for the time of year;
the wet weather haa retarded cultivation
and some cornfields are weedy. The ralna
of the week were unfavorable for the har
vesting and haying, which are Just begin
ning. Hay now promises to be an excellent
By counties the bulletin says:
Butler 8mall grain fine; potatoes Im
mense: most too wet and cool for corn,
Cass Winter wheat damaged some by
rust; oats making too rank growth; pas
tures fine; corn well advancea.
Clay Wheat ripening faet, harvest com
mencing; corn looks well, but cultivation
retarded and some fields weedy; oats tine.
Fillmore Wheat ripening fast; corn
growing nicely; oata look fine; promise of
good hay crop; apples growing well.
Gage Some wheat cut; some corn laid
by, but corn on lowland damaged by high
water; pastures fine; oats improved.
Hamilton Wheat ripening fast; some rye
cut: corn backward and cultivation re
tarded by rain; meadows and pastures fine.
Jefferson Wheat harvest commenced;
oata good, but a few Melds lodging; corn
good, but most too wet to cultivate.
Johnson Wheat harvest commenced:
early corn In line condition, late planted
needs cultivation; oats good, but some
Lancaster Corn growing rapidly, somo
fields weedy; wheat ripening fast, some
cut; oats heading well, very rank growth.
Nemaha Corn looks fine, some fields
weedy; wheat being cut. ripening unevenly,
but well tilled; oata fine, but lodging in low
Nuckolls Corn has grown slowly, some
fields getting weedy, cultivation retarded
by rain; wheat and oats doing well.
Otoe Corn looking fine, too wet to culti
vate; wheat harvest begun; oats lodging
some; prospect for hay good.
, 1 1- . ...... . .. U V... .
prospect for but little better than halt
crop: oaia promise goou crop; appie. mil
Polk Oata very rank growth; very wet
and little corn cultivated; wheat ripening
alowly: pastures and potatoes nne.
Richardson Oats rank, heading out well;
haying commenced, crop good; winter
wheat being cut; peachea are scarce; apples
Saline Wheat doing extremely well and
promises about average crop; oata continue
promising; corn getting weedy; pastures
Saunders Oata rank growth; some corn
laid by; wheat harvest commenced; corn
has arown slowly.
Seward Faim work delayed by rain;
some damage by hail; hay being made;
wheat ripening last.
Thayer Oats heading well; potatoes
promise good crop; grass good; corn culti
vation 'retarded by rain and aome fields
York Ground very wet and corn getting
wecay; wneai promises 10 oe a gooa crop;
some aamage irom nan.
Antelope Corn growing nicely, but get
ting slightly weedy; spring wheat and oais
Heading; arm worn reisraea Dy rain.
Boyd No dam ape from frost of the 3d.
Burt Oats and wheat heading, with light
straw; too cold for corn to grow fast,
cultivation for second time about finished.
Cedar Small grain excellent; pastures
good; potatoes fine; corn doing nicely, but
the week has been rather cool.
Colfax Too cold for corn and rathr wet
for cultivation: rye and winter wheat rpen-
lng fast: spring wheat rusting some.
Cuming Wheat heading nicely; oals look
well; corn . looks faded and yellow from
cold, wet, cloudy weather, cultivation re
tarded. Dakota Oats and wheat doing well and
heading out; grass and pastures good; pota
toes fine; corn doing well.
Dixon Small grain heading out well and
prospects flattering; corn doing well, but
needs warmer weather.
Dodge Fall wheat and rye ripening,
heads well filled: early corn looks well,
late corn growing slowly; aome clovr cut.
Douglas Oats very fine and promise more
than an average crop; wheat well filled and
turning: potatoes good; corn growing well.
Holt Oata and wheat beginning to head:
potatoes good: hay promises to be a good
crop; corn looks well, generally free from
Knox Corn being cultivated second time;
Madison Corn a good stand, free from
weeds, but growing slowly; oats rank and
Pierce Rather cool; corn has grown
slowly; small grain doing well, is rank snd
thrifty; grass fine.
Platte Cultivation retarded by heavy
rain: little rust in oats; potatoes good;
alfalfa mostly cut; tame hay and pastures
Stanton Wheat and oata rusting slightly;
corn doing well.
Thurston Wheat and oats heading; corn
and potatoes growing well.
Washington Small grain growing well;
corn cultivation retarded by rain; haying
commenced and some hay damaged by rain.
Wayne Small grain growing fast, but
corn growing alowly on account of cold
Rlalne Several light ralna; all vegeta
tion very promising.
Funalo Corn growing nioeiy; oais ooing
ell: 4a II wheat and rye rlpenlnaT fast;
wheat an exceptionally fine crop.
j-uster Cu tlvatlon or corn retaraea:
grse and panturee fine.
USWSon Lorn cuimauou uci;cu, van
heading; wild hay fine; pastures extra
good; grasshoppers numerous.
tireeiey rine weea jur niivit b"w. uui
rn pool lor corn, wmcn is small out
hialthy. fields getting rather weedy.
Hall Utile progress maae in cuuivauon
ot corn; wheat rusting aua loaging; poiu
.Towsrd Oats heavy, some rust; winter
grain maturing well: cultivation and
growth of corn retarded by cold, wet
Ixiup Rather cold for corn, but crops
d'ing well; alfalfa in stack.
Merrick Cultivation of corn and harvest
ing of rye and wheat delayed by wet
weather; some damaged by hall.
Nance Cropa on lowlands damaged by
continued wet weather; aome damaged by
Sherman Too cold and wet for corn,
some getting very weedy; Tye and wheat
turning: small grain doing well; potatoes
alley Wheat and rye filling well; oats
fa "; potatoes good. I
Wheeler C"rn backward and losing color,
but looks Well; grass fine.
Adams Rye ready to cut; oats heading;
wheal rusting and lodging some, but nearly
ready to rut; corn cultivation retarded.
Chase Rye about ready to cut; uUalfa
cut : grass fine.
Dundy Heavy frost Injured corn slightly;
small grain a success, but acreage small;
much aane; VfcfTir corn a failure.
Franllln Wet weather Interfered, with
stacking altalfa; wheat ripening ttowly;
corn doing well. Inclined to be weedy.
Frontier Cool weather has helped small
grain; pastures One.
Furnas Oood meek for ripening wheat,
but poor for corn: harvectiog commenoed;
wheat better crop than last year.
Uper rtye and wheat doing nicely;
corn growing well; grass unusually good;
some dsmase fmm hail.
'run-iim.i .llliug nicely; corn weedy;
Un: st commencing i
Uca pastures iui sua flock doing i
unusually well; grasshoppers doing much
damage to smnll grain, corn and potatoes.
Hitchcock Rye and barley being har
vested; small grain Improved.
Kearney Wheat lodging and some com
plaint of run.
Lincoln Too cool for corn to grow well;
winter wheat and rye will be an unusually
large crop; pastures fine.
Perkins Three good showers and light
frost: corn backward; wheat In fine condi
tion; grass exceptionally good.
Phelps Wheat growing well, turning: rye
harvest begun; oats fine; corn backward;
pastures verv good.
Red Willow Rye and wheat ripening:
some rye cut; corn cultivation retarded by
rain; alfalfa and pastures good.
Webster Corn growing slowly; wheat
rfTTnlng. filling well, harvest commenced;
hay unusually good; second crop of alfalfa
Western ana1 Korth western.
Banner Small grain damaged by drouth;
corn doing well.
Hox Butte Very cooi. with frost, doing
damage in spots.
Brown-Oats looking fine; quite cool, with
hard frost on the 21st.
Cherry Plenty of rsln; grass and stock
doing well: heavy frost list.
Dawes Heavy frost 21st; potatoes, beans
ariti tomatoes damaged.
Deuel Crops looking well; grass on range
Keith Plenty of rain, but too cool for
corn; heavy frost on 21st.
Keya Paha Corn looking fine, but small
grain needs rain: hard frost.
Rock Too cool for corn; grass and pas
Scotts Bluff Exceedingly cool.
Sheridan Crops In good condition; will
be lots of native hay.
Sioux Heavy crop of alfalfa cut; grass
Thomas Pastures good i stock doing
well; several showers.
O. A. LOVELANTJ.
Haa Many Marks, bat I aldentlfled.
FAIRBrRT. Neb.. June 24. (Special.)
The remains of the unidentified man who
was killed in the railroad wreck near this
place were sent today to the Omaha Med
ical Institute. No papers were, found on
hli person. He was about 35 years ot age,
five feet and five lnchea tall, brown hair
and mustache, blind In right eye, and bad
an anchor, heart and cross tsttooed on
his left arm. His left elbow had a large
scar, caused by a burn, and several scan,
evidently knife wounds, were on his back
Sham Battle oa York's Program.
YORK. Neb., June 24. (Special.) The
guards of Aurora will fight a sham battle
with the company of this place aa part of
the Fourth of July celebration program to
be held here. Several vaudeville artists
have been engaged and will give continuous
performances on elevated platforms at the
four corners of the town square during the
day and evening. The sum of $1,000 has been
raised for the celebration.
Harvesting; Beitlaa la Gage.
BEATRICE. Neb.. June 24 (Special Tel
egram.) Farmers have begun harvesting
their crop of wheat, which promises to be
the largest raised In this section for many
years. Oats will make a splendid crop If
the weather remains dry.
Still Keeps It I'p.
"During a period of poor health some time
ago I got a trial bottle of DeWitt's Little
Early Risers," says Justice of the Peace
Adam Shook of New Lisbon, Ind. "I took
them and tbey did me so much good I
have used them ever since." Safe, reliable
and gentle, DeWltt'a Little Early Risers
neither gripe nor distress, but stimulate the
liver and promote regular and easy action
of the bowels.
Let Coatraets for Stata Prlatlng.
PIERRE, 8. D., Juna 24. (Special Tele
gram.) Bids were opened today for the
state printing for the next biennial period.
Bids were .presented by the Huroulte at
Huron, News at Aberdeen and the State
Publishing company of this cltjr. The print
ing of legislative bills. Journal! and session
laws was let to the State Publishing com
pany and the printing .of . official reports
to the Aberdeen News. ' .' , ...
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Showers aa Cooler Wedaesday fa
Nebraska and Fair Thnrs
slay. WASHINGTON, June 24. Forecast:
For Nebraska, North and South Dakota
and Kansas Showers and cooler Wednes
day; Thursday fair.
For Iowa Shower Wednesday, with ris
ing temperature in east portion, cooler In
northwest portion; Thursday fair and
For Illinois Showers Wednesday, with
rising temperature; Thursday fair in north,
showers in south portion; cooler; fresh
south winds, becoming northwest.
For Missouri Rising temperature, with
occasional showers, Wednesday; Thursday
showers and colder.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, June 24. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
112. 1901. 1900. 1M
Maximum temperature.... &2 97 87 SO
"Minimum temperature.... 60 74 64 65
Iviean temperature 71 M 76 72
Precipitation ui .w .mi .w
Recoid of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and alnce March 1:
Normal temperature 75
Deficiency for the day 4
Total excess since March 1 204
"Normal precipitation 19 inch
.Deficiency ror tne aay is incn
Total rainxau since xnarcn i v.zr incnes
Deficiency since March 1 4.36 lnchea
Deficiency for cor. period, 191... .1.23 lnchea
Deficiency for cor. period. I$u0....t. 3i Inches
Heoerta from Stations at T F. K,
CONDITION or TH ? E :
WEATHER. : c : o
: 3 ; n u
: - : S J
I :? I
Omaha, cloudy 7 83 T
Valentine, clear W 88; T
North Platte, partly cloudy 84 88 .00
Cheyenne, partly cloudy 88 K .!
Salt Lake City, clear 84 Mi .00
Rapid City, clear 8o 85; .01
Huron, cloudy 78 84! T
Wllllsion, raining 60 76; T
Chicago, cloudy 66! 6&I T
St. IOuls. cloudy 74! 78' .01
St. Paul, cloudy 66! 72 1 .02
Davenport, partly cloudy 66! 72 T
Kansas Cltv. cloudv 6l 7S! .no
Havre, partly cloudy 68i 76, .16
Helena, clear 70; 7o .k
Bismarck, raining 61 ' 76 .1I
Galveston, clear 84 1 881 .09
T indicates trace of precipitation.
I.. A. WELSH.
Local Forecast Official.
Things look dark? Can':
sleep well? Restless and
worn out? "Nervous ex
haustion, your doctor says.
Ask him if he knows of a
better nerve-tonic than
Ayers Sarsaparilla. Sixty
years of success. aailSL.
One freat caute of nervousness, is
constipation. Impurities that should
be removed from the system are ab
sorbed Into it. One of Ayer's Pills
each night, )ust one, will keep the liver
and bowels in a healthy condition.
Zi anas. J.CAVUCtV.LMsV,
FOR NEW FOREST RESERVES
Senate Passe Bill Providing for Raierra in
Southern Appalachain Mountain.
CHOCTAW AGREEMENT IS RATIFIED
Part of Bill Relating to Cession of
Town of Snlphar la Strlekea
Oat at Iastanre of Sea
WASHINGTON, June J4. The senate to
day passed bills creating a national forest
reserve In the southern Appalachian moun
tains and ratifying the agreement between
the Vnlted States and the Choctaw and
Chlckaraw Indians of the Indian Territory.
The flm bill provides for the purchase of
4,000,000 of acres In the tDUthern Appala
chian system at a cost not to exceed $10.
000,000. The secretary of agriculture la to
designate the lands to be purchased and Is
to take measures to preserve the hardwood
forests which they bear.
Mr. Quay of Pennsylvania was unable to
day to secure consideration for his motion
to discharge the committee, on territories
from further consideration of the omnibus
statehood bill, but gave notice that bs
would demand that it be taken up tomor
row. Mr. Galllnger of New Hampshire, at hli
own request, was relieved from further
service on the committee to audit and con
trol the contingent expenses of the senate.
Mr. Galllnger also offered a resolution
declaring that the present phenomenal
prosperity In all lines of business and In
dustry in the Vnlted States Is largely due to
the existing tariff law and the best interest
of the country demand Its continuance.
Galllnger Serves Hotter,
Mr. Gslllnger gave notice that he would
address the senate on the resolution at a
A resolution Introduced by Mr. Bailey of
Texas, directing the secretary of state to
tranynlt to the senste all papers in the
case of Beilinberg against Scon, Including
all communications sent to and received
from the ambassador to Mexico In respect
to the rase, was called up. Mr. Bailey said
he desired to submit some remarks on the
resolution which would be in criticism of
the United States ambassador to Mexico and
of some officials of the State department.
The resolution went over at hia request.
The bill for the establishment of the
national Appalachian forest reserve then
waa taken up In accordance with previous
Mr. Burton of Kansas made an earnest
and forceful speech In support of the bill,
urging Its passage on economic grounds.
He maintained that It would form a vast
storage of water which would not only be
of great advantage to all the southern Coun
try, but would prevent devastating floods in
the lower Mississippi valley..
Alter some further discussion of the bill
by Mr. Nelson of Minnesota In opposition
to it and Mr. Simmons of North Carolina
In favor of it, Mr. Bate of Tennessee offered
an amendment providing that the bill shall
not take effect until the secretary of agri
culture shall have reported to congress the
plats of each reservation. It was agreed
to. The measure then was passed. The
bill authorizes the purchase of 4,000,000
seres of land at a cost of not to exceed
Take I'p Choc tare Agreement.
At 2 o'clock consideration waa resumed
of the bill to ratify an agreement with the
Choctaw and Chickasaw Indiana. An
amendment was adopted to strike out sec
tion 12 of the messure. This section pro
vides that the cltlienshtp court ahall have
appellate Jurisdiction over all judgments
of the courts In Indian Territory rendered
under the act of June 10. 1896, admitting
persona to citizenship In the Indian nations.
The right of appeal may be exercised by
the nations Jointly.
An amendment waa agreed to strlklna- out
of the bill the appropriation of f 15,000 to pay
tne expenses of removal to the Indian Ter
ritory of full-blood Mississippi Cherokees
and other Mississippi Choctawa Identified
under the pending agreement.
Section 64 of the bill provides that the
Chickasaw nation shall cede to the Tnlted
6tates 640 acres of land In the vicinity ot
the village of Sulphur, to be paid for by
the Vnlted States at not to exceed $20 an
acre, the Improvements on the land to be
paid for by the United States at their ap
praised value, and the government shall
control the Sulphur springs.
Mr. Bailey vigorously protested against
the government becoming the keeper of
both bathhouse and' the dispenser of min
eral water, aa did Mr. Aldrlch, who said
the government abould not go Into the
health resort busineaa. The provision was
stricken out. The bill then waa passed.
The senate I Delated on its amendments and
Messrs, Stewart, Piatt of Connecticut and
Jones of Arkansas were named as con
ferees. Other bills were passed as follow:
To raise the rauk of Chief Engineer David
Smith, on the retired list of the navy, to
the next higher grade; for the suppression
of train robbery in the territories of the
United Ststes and elsewhere; to amend the
act of March S, 1893, so as to provide that
all locomotives and tenders shall bs
quipped with train or power brakes anl
automatic couplers; authorising the secre
tary of war to loan arms to the Institu
tions having companies In the boys' brigade
The senate then, at 6:40 o'clock, went
into executive session and soon afterward
PRESIDENT G0ES TO HARVARD
Will Deliver Address at I nlverslty
Commencement aad Witness
Boat Raea with lale.
WASHINGTON. June 14. President
Roosevelt, accompanied by Secretary Cor
telyou. Dr. J. F. I'rle of the navy and M.
C. Latt, a stenogrspher, left here this
afternoon at 4 &0 over the Pennsylvania
railroad for Boston, where the president
will attend the commencement exercises
at Harvard university and deliver an ad
dress. On Thursday the president will witness
the boat rare at New London between Har
vard and Yale and will leave soon after
OMNIBUS STATEHOOD BILL
It Displaces the Cabaa Reciprocity
Mraaare as ra Issao
WASHINGTON. June 24. The omnibus
statehood bill has displaced the Cuban re
ciprocity measure a an object of Interest
in the senate. For the present the con
cern of the aenstors is over Quay's mo
tion to dischsrge the committee on terri
tories from further consideration of the
bill, with the purpose of bringing It into
the senate for immediate consideration.
There ii determined opposition to the mo
tion on the part of a majority of the re
The statehood forces claim a majority of
two. which would give them thirteen of the
republican senatora. the democratic side be
ing solid. Ths opposition do not absolutely
concede the correctness of this claim, but
they admit there are enough doubtful votee
to make It possible and aay that until they
Causes Nine-Tenths of All Sickness, Indigestion, Followed by
Headache, Despondency, Listlessness, Enfeebled Action
of the Mind and Body, and Can Be Cured by
DUFFY'S PURE HALT WHISKEY
iin-u . Aiir navins usea anoui 9
bottles of your Malt Whiskey, 1 cannot
help telling the wonderful good it has done
for me. 1 feel JufI about per cent bet
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C. U. KKYLER, lil Madison Ave,
March . lhjl. Cincinnati. Ohio.
BUTTER THAI AT HK.MKIM.
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speak a good word In your favor.
- ... HICHARb C. TRI MAN.
April" mih0"0n 8t- Rlchmpl. V.
ft RES STOMACH TROI BLE.
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51- . J?",k'r. for 'nd'Kestion. and from the
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ElL.,30' 1WL A M- JOHNSON. Elko. Va.
uentlemen: I have never found anvthlng
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a .J'i.m- , . .v Br,MtS. Ind. Ter.
A tableFpoonful three times a day In a
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.1 A .r , . "i enncnes ine
blood, stimulates th rlrmi.ti,
Te7cribe If 'ntlre ",tem; doctors
rr!?-. dy b0,lci,'r: the system of
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"i'T" . troubles,
n I n t rt rtim
DR. W. A. COOK,
the f a h o m m
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. fnd dta you. by permlsalon. when satisfied that ln-
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110 and 118 8. 14th St., 0fam, Heb
If You Want the Best
In looking at offices In different build Inge, the greatest praise the owner o
rental agent can give an office is to aay that It la "aa good aa an offlco In Tha Be
Building." It may be In aome respects, but It can not be In every respect
The Bee Building Is one of the only two absolutely fireproof office buildings In
Omaha. The Bee Building is the only building saving all night and all day Sunday
elevator service. The Bee Building furnishes electric light and water without ad
ditional coat The Bee Building la kept clean, not some of the time, but all of the
Keep these points in mind when looking for an office, and you will take on of
those listed below. If you are wise.
List of vacant rooms in
rVM n, Uxu foot. race. Seventeenth,
alley. This is a large, light room,
Ub,b.wt?.r "d J"110' aervtoe. It
Building Court and beventosnta at
ft'ITB 101 There la no finer office suit
- - -r"
' -Ju .wrau vm room
ourgiar-prooi vault, marble maniai-
mi on w. rnui una oi me great marwe stairway, and has unusually
if wlnaows looking upon in. treat entrance way oc the bulldlna It
enta on Farnam aueeu Una room la 13xl and the other axja it haa a
creacoea to suit tenant I'rlm. I71M
ROOM li4 This room Is just at the hea4 of the main stairway on th.'nrsi floor
It would be a vary uoalrabl. othoe for soma real aa lata mxa m aai
uacler. Tha floor apaoe is ldxU set .TTT1..--T.. 1 lice taOiul
ROOM SOB i Thla room la tlxt feet and Is very conveniently located near tha
elevator. A sign on the door can be readily seen la slapping oa Uteeleva.
tor Prtca KS.N
HOOM saai This Joom is 17 feet aad will bs divided to suit the tonaaL
Tfcls room u 'particularly adapted for soma ooocera nnoulug Urge aoor
apace aad is a doidiijr handsome office, aavbig aa aauauce Carina to
court aa4 windows iookinf out upon MovanUobta strooL It haa a very
.U. Jf,0"' vuil" ma"1 aoora and i on ax la cuoiooet ota
aea u ta aaiidlng krUim aitia
AOOM 4li UxU feet. Thla room la Boat to taa elevator aad faoas court. It
aa a large burglar-proof vault aad la wall ventilated. Ua good lie at.
and lor taa price (urnlahea firat-claaa accommodations. u jtiu ftt M
I CITTS gli Thla to a vary larg roots. 17x41 foot. It faces wast, bat la vary
light aad wall ventilated. It la vary seldom that apao of thla also Is of
fr.d in The Boe Building. It could be uaod to advantage by sumo firm
oiuptuyiue . n muuw vi vtjraa, or requiring targe aoor spaoa a
wholesale lewolar, or manufacturer agent, who would like ta be la a
nre-proof building, or it will be divided to suit the tanaat Prloe
MiOM 021 This room face the court aa
vu.i uu - a aw uh i eici ,ju
number ot grain firms, it would be a
firm desiring first-claas aoeommodatta a
SUITE flioi Thla consist of two rooms, both Wixlltt- Each of tbem haa a
large burglar-proof vault, have been newly decorated and are rooms
where any busmeas or professional man may be comfortable. Frio for
the two ...til I
R. C. PETERS & CO.,
have unqaullfied assurance ot the vote nec
essary to lay the motion on the table they
will prevent a vote an It- The friends ot
the bill have offered to cease their efforts
in caae a day early la the next session ef
congress can be named for reporting the
bill to the senate and for taking It up by
that body, but this concession can not bs
made. Senator Beverldge, as chairman of
the committee on territories, has told tbem
that If they would leave the matter en
tirely In hia hands the bill would be re
ported early In December. Apparent y, how
ever, thla Is not satisfactory and the pres
ent outlook Is that the situation will con
tinue unchanged for a time. There la even
talk that the day of final adjournment may
be postponed by It, but this Is not probable.
Mnroa Hloclt Sold.
HURON. 8. D.. June 24. (Special.) Colo
nel John H. King has purchased from Fred
M. Wilcox the Houghton block, oae of the
beat business structures la the city. The
price paid waa 1 12, 0o cast
tired and worn put. Just try Duffy's Turt
Walt Whiskey. We will guarantee that In
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with harmful drus rwtor prescrtbo
snd hospitals uw ImfTy's Pure Malt Whis
key whenever an absolutely pure stimu
lant and tonic Is required.
He careful anil see that "DafTVp Pura
Malt hiskey" is on the label, and that It
is In our own patent bottle, with the name
Mown In the bottle. This is the only way
lxifTy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is Sold. It
offered In bulk or In flasks It Is a fraud.
W'rite Duffy Malt Whiskey Co.. Roches
terj N. T., for two game countera for
whist, euchre, etc., enclose 4 cents In
stamps to cover postna-e. Valuable medi
cal booklet free. Mention thla paper.
Duffy s Pure Malt Whiskey is sold by all
druggists at )1.00 a bottlo.
Cured In ft days (to stay cured)
NO CUTTING, SURGERY, TYING WITH
SILK. OR PAIN.
to come to our office where we will e
... . ...... vu. i.,t.ii.,u ul tunng meat aiseaaea. we
Invite In particular all men who have become dissatis
fied with treatment elsewhere. We will explain to you
why you have not been cured and will demonstrate to
your entire satisfaction why we can cure you safely
quickly and permanently. Our counsel will cost you
nothing and our charges for a perfect cure will be rea
sonable and not more than you would be willing to nay
for the benefits conlerred.
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CERTAINTY OF CURE
street an has window alonT"001'
a;, d the rental price includes beaiL
has an entrance both on The Boa
root M ........."prieo KC.0J
In Omaha tha this ana. it is ivn.t.ji
.mirway, ana naa uDuauaiii
is lixut ana tne other axis. It
piece, hardwood floors, and will t
d la 11x14 feet. It baa a burglar-proof
ouiow ana on tne same noor Wlta a
particularly good room for a grain
r-4, t Mil UTJ,l BR, S KNtiUstl
j! 'I If KVsalay. Ilr ad
UIiU'ImMIMmI aM.alk v,o.l..
trHy n4aa ktrr, ieiatiaebU.Bt.UMils.aia.
teputy Btat Vetet-lbartaa
Pood Ins poet or.
H. L RAIHCCIOTTI, D. V. S.
Offlo aad Infirmary, nth and Maaoa Sta.
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