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THE OMAHA DAILY TlKK: TUESDAY, JULY 15, llurj.
.itlement In sot brought about within the
cut thirty turn, then I look for stubborn,
prolonged battle." -j
Great Serlhern atrlke Off. -
Trie bollermakers on the Great Northern
who were on a strike for six weeks, re
turned to work yesterday, after partially
KiIdIdr thrlr fight. Reports from that sec
tion say that in the majority of rases the
men lost, but Rained enough concessions to
atlKfy them and restore normal conditions.
The bollermakers struck for an Increase
of 65 cents a day In wages. The road
grants them an tnoreaee of IS cents, mak
ing the wage 13 25 a day. The helpers
demanded an Increase of $1 a day, and re
ceived an advance of 10 cents. TUe men
succeeded Id having several rules which
"nve been taetlly agreed to for several years
made part of the formal agreement between
thvroad and themselves.
The reinstatement of three men who were
discharged by the company was among the
demands that were not granted. The cora
Vany. It Is understood, will show preference
to married men and those who hare learned
their trade with the Great Northern, In
events when It becomes necessary to re
duce the force.
NEW MEN IN CHEYENNE SHOPS
Xtarly Fifty Added to Force, Giving
. Company About Half I'snal
CHEYENNE, July 14 Nearly fifty non
union machinists, bollermakers And others
have been shipped In by the Union Pacific.
The company Is bringing In the new men
o rapidly that the strikers have pickets
on duty day and night, and the line of
lookouts extends from the station far down
Into the yards. Officials of the company
declare they are having no trouble in
handling the repair work at this point. It
is rsported that the working force now
consists of about 3C0 men, , The full force
before the strike was about 650 men. Frank
Bsnolkln, a machinist. Is under arrest on
a state warrant for trespassing on Union
Pacific land and Intimidating nonunion
mea. He broke through the cordon of
guards around the shops and was talking
to the workmen when arrested.
IS : CRIPPLING BUSINESS
(Continued from first Page.)
tee resulted In a new proposition which
will be presented, to the railway manager
today. In the haw, proposition the freight
handlers agree to accept the wage schedule
a presented July 1, with the following
First Elimination of probation.
Second Straight time for overtime for
11 employes who are charged for lost time.
Third Seventeen and half cents an
hour for truckers.
After the conference had adjourned the
officers of the Teamsters' union Issued a
petition asking the teamster belonging to
two of the local unions to return to .work
In order to prevent the total loss of several
hundred cars of fruit that la lying on the
It is claimed by Secretary Drlscoll of the
Teamsters' union that eight of the rail
roads have agreed to the proposition that
will be submitted to them today. President
Curran of the Freight Handlers' union
statea that If this Is a fact the strike will
be settled today.
Shopmen Resume Work.
MARSHALLTOWN, la., July 14. The
Iowa Central shopmen, who struck two
week ago, resumed work today, having ef
fected an amicable settlement at 'a con
ference with General Superintendent
Sweeney and Master Mechanlo Brooke. The
railroad makes a concession to' ftrst-clasa
machinists. The men demanded SO cent
and were offered 29 before the strike.
Helper were Increased from 1H cents' to
1 cents. Several points, Including a'nlne
hour day, were waived by the strikers'
Strike Comes to End.
PUEBLO, Colo., July 14. The strike of
the Cooks and Walters' union practically
came to an end in consequence of the re
fusal of the butchers to go out In sym
pathy,. Nearly all .the pickets arrested re
cently have been released on bond and
picketing ha ceassd.
Pile Tared Without the Knife.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding
piles. Np euro, no. pay. All druggist ar
long standing., Curea ordinary cajaa la.aU
day; the worst cases In fourteen day. On
authorised by the manufacturers of Paso
Ointment to refund money where it fall to
euro any caa of pile, no matter of how
application give and rest. Relieve
Itching Instantly. This Is a new discovery
and Is tb only pile remedy sold on a posi
tive guarantee, no cur, no pay. Price 60o.
If your druggist don't keep It In stock send
us 60c In stamps and w will forward same
by mall. Manufactured by Paris Medicine
Co., St. Louis, Mo.; who also manufacture
the celebrated cold cur, Laxative Bromo
WATER IS NOW RECEDING
oral Bad Whoats on I'nlon Pa
of fie Are Revealed, hot Blaa
. ', .Valley Road ia Open.
MANHATTAN, Kan.. July 14. Fear of
further floods la this vicinity has passed,
the Blue and Kaw rivers having fallen
nearly five feet within twelve hours. The
receding- waters have revealed several bad
washquts on the Union FscMo' east' of here
and makes more apparent the loss - to
wheat and oata. Thousands of dollar
worU of grain have been destroyed, the
wheat and oat In the valleys that have
been submerged being practically a total
loss: The Union Pacific will try train to
night after having been abandoned a week.
It ta believed that trains ean he run on
the Blue Valley railroad between Beatrice,
Neb., and Manhattan for another ten day.
KANSAS CITY.-Mo., July 14. At Argen
tine, Kan., today water from the . Kaw
river broke through an Improvised earth
dyk and flooded a large tract of land,
rendering forty-flv poor families borne
leas. The Missouri and th . Kaw rivers
hr ar both higher today than at any
time lace(ne present flood began, a re
suit ef tb rise la th Kaw wst of here.
By the sad sea waves, drink a bottle of
dellctou Champagne. Cook' Imperial
Extra Dry. It1 1 th very beat: "
.. Attovaer for th Rock Island.-'
1UCHMOND! Ind.-July 14: R.' A. Jack
son, r .in is riiy.oas tveen appointed aen-
rat at tor lie y at lha phkago. Rock, lata nd
& Pacific Kaltroad company, with ' bead
quarter In Chicago, The appointment I
eaecuve .vugusi i. ...
How It redden , th akin, itches, ooiea,
dries and scales I
- bom peopi call It tetter, milk crust or
Tb eullering rrotn.lt 1 sometimes h
tans; local applications ar resorted to
they mitigate, bat cannot cure.
It proceeds from humors Inherited or ac
quired and persist until the bay been
positively removes tbem, has radically
and permanently cured the worst cases, and
1 without an equal lor aU cutanaou
1m7iViU f lk beat oatWUu. Files seal
CORN BEARS HAMMER PRICE
Contrtl of July Option In Chicago Slips
Away from Bulls.
ALMOST GETS BACK TO. EIGHTY1 CENTS
Talk that the Board WoaM Take
Art I'm Caneeralaj Marorla la
Responsible - for Soma
f the Bellla-., ' .
CHICAGO. July 14, Corn or gave the
bulls 'Supporting the corner In July corn
a severe drubbing about mld-sessldn on the
Board of Trade today. The maf ket opened
without any news of particular significance,
although . the manner la Which receiving
bouses weie making contract - corn and
sending it Into thle market caused much
nervousness among the big bull leader.
The sentiment was Inclined towsrd the
bearish side for the first two hours, yet
without any signs of a stampede. When
the cellmate came, however, that tomor
row's receipts would be 1,000 Cars or over,
traders who had the cash stuff In hand
threw It at the bull with such vigor that
In ten minutes the; price bf July options
dropped 6H cents.
Excitement was not marked, but specu
lators all over the floor voiced the opinion
that the corner had been broken. Trade
was of good slse, better than for several
days, over 600,000 bushels being put out
for profits by the crowd who were getting
the cash stuff 20 cents cheaper than they
were selling July. The congested option
opened dull, V4 cent lower than It closed
Saturday, with a sale at 85 V cents an ad
vance was made to 88 cents, and then came
the thud to 80 '4 cents. There waa some
support fclven by the Gates crowd and
July closed near t0 cents.
After the short-lived raid In July corn
the market for both July and September
quieted down to a weak, heavy affair.
There was some talk that the directors of
the board would enact a rule for a marginal
price for corn tomorrow, and the prospect
of heavy margin calls caused sense selling.
July closed very weak, E cents lowsr than
Saturday, at 81 cents. September closed
wak, 474 cents lower, at 61 cents.
HIBERNIANS HOLD CONVENTION
Work Begins In Dearer with Meet
Inn of the National Board
DENVER, July 14. The work of the
forty-aecond biennial convention of the An
cient Order of Hibernians began this morn
ing with a meeting of the national ex
ecutive committee and Board of Directors.
Five hundred delegates are expected when
the convention opens tomorrow. The na
tional officers deny that politics will bs
Injected into the deliberations.- , ..
The convention," ald President ' John
Keating, "will occupy Itself with the . ex
tension of the order and will take action
on the death of Archbishop Feehan of
Chicago, the national chaplain of the order.
His death Is the more deeply regretted a
he was carrying on an Important work
In organizing the rank of the order In the
"Wo expect that the organization in Ire
land and that In the United States will be
united In the next six or eight months.
"As to the charges that the executive
has been Influenced by the Clan-na-Gael or
any other body, I will say that the ad
ministration for the- last "four years has
been a successful .a I can remember In
my long connection with the order."
An anonymous -circular is In circulation,
calling upon good Hibernians to oppose any
resolution which may. pa .offered endorsing
President Keating- has anouhced that he
Is .not a candidate Jot re-election, i James
E. Dolan of Syracuse, N. T., national vie
president, and John A. Ryan of Boston ar
mentioned a candidates for the presidency,
The national dlrectora decided to advise
the convention, through President Keat
tng't report, to refuse all request of col
lateral societies of Irishmen for aid.
It was announced that the women's aux
lliary will be given a separate Independent
organization and to be recognized as one
of the branches of the order. In view of
the fact that many members Insist that
such action would set a bad precedent and
would entitle the Irish league,, th Clan
na-Gae), tb Gaelic league and a number
of other organisations to be given th
same privileges, the directors agreed that
a paragraph advising conservatism shall
be Inserted In President Keating' report.
Resolutions denouncing the Boer war a
the moat unjust conflict of modern time
and a sacrifice to ambitions of statesmen
were incorporated into th report. The
usual denunciation of England's appro
slons of Ireland was adopted, but the na
tional directors carefully refrained from
doing anything which might be construed
as a recognition of the contention of the
United Irish league, th Clan-na-Gael or
any other Irish soolety.
The national directors refused to take
up th cause of Rev. Father Henneberry,
who has been deposed from th faculty of
the Roman Catholic university at Washing
ton and who has asserted that the fund
furnished by the Hibernian to support a
chair for teaching Gaelic at the university
was being Improperly used. A fight will
be made en behalf of Father Henneberry in
FAVORS THE SALOON. FACTION
Jadate Smith Hold Elections, Pro-
i hlbltlna Saloon at Wooa
MITCHELL, S. D., July 14. (Special Tel
egram.) A defect In th election at Woon
socket covering the Issuance of saloon li
cense waa argued before Judge Smith of
the circuit court thl afternoon, by Thomas
Null of Huron for the saloon men and
S. A. Ramsey and John T. Kean for the
city. The clttsen voted against license
and refused to grant a license.
. The saloon keepers held that the election
wa. not legal because th !lcne waa voted
for on the same ballot, that th city of
ficial were voted for.
' Judge Smith held that th election so far
as license waa concerned was void and that
th city council must accept , or cejeet th
license in proper form when it is pre
Mr. Ramsey stated that there wa not
th allghteat question hut what tb city
council a now constituted would refuse to
grant the license, so th saloon keeper
will hav gained practically nothing by
their proceedings In court.
ALLEGED., FORGER- CAPTURED
James Krlser Charared with Plaeln
False Slsjaatnr to Pension Paper
Caaaht ta Montana. .
8IOUX FALLS, 8. D., July 14. (Special
Telegram.) Th United State marshal'
office In thia city was today advised tha
In accordance with instruction wired by
It to the sheriff at Forsythe, Mont., that
official today arrested James Kelaey, who
la under indictment 1ft th United State
court at Kansas City for tb alleged forging
of the pension paper of his father in that
city. Kelaey fl4 to the Black Hill and
South Dakota officers traced him to For
sythe, where he Is bow in Jail awaiting th
srrival of the United State marshal for
Montana, who will take him back to Kansas
City for trial.
MINER KILLED AT LEAD
Meets Death or Falling Rock la
Ifomestake Mine In "oath
LEAD, 8. D, July 14. (Special Tele
gram.) Stephen Ironslck, a miner era
ployed on the 700-foot level of the Home-
take mine, waa fatally Injured early this
morning by a falling rock and died In the
hospital this afternoon from his injuries.
Elk' Pair Mill Not Materialise.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., July 14. (Special
Telegram.) The proposed carnival which
the local Elk Intended holding for a week
during August baa been abandoned owing
to the failure to secure desired attractions.
Bi. M. drove.
The name must appear on every box ot
the genuine Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tab
lets, the remedy that cures a cold In one
day. 25 cent.
The funeral services of Alexander Mc-
Gavock, one of Omaha's early settlers and
most prominent citizens, were held July 12
from the family residence to St. John'
church. The Interment wss at Holy 8epul
chrr cemetery. The pallbearers were:
Messrs. J. F. Daley, F. A. Brogan, J. N.
Frrnzer, P. J. Carey. William McHugh. M.
MrNarr.ara, John Husele and Andrew Mur
phy. Mr. McGavock was a railroad contractor
through the west In the early '60s. Since
1870 he has made his permanent residence
In Omaha, where his atrict business prin
ciples united with exalted Integrity and
kind benevolent disposition won for him
uccrss In all hln undertakings, as well as
the respect and confidence of hi numerous
He was a member of the city council for
a number of years and of the legislature of
Abrut three years ago Mr. McGavock re
tired from active business and spent a year
n Mexico, hoping to regain his failing
B sides hln wife Mr. McGavock leaves six
daughters, Bister M. Alexander of the Order
of Mercy, Misses Sara, Frances, Lola. Alice
nd Iorantha. Two brothers also survive
him, W. J. McGavock of Mexico City, Mex.,
and Hugh McGavock, a resident of Wiscon
Mrs. Sarah McCllntopk.
TABLE ROCK. Neb., July 14. (Special.)
Mrs. Sarah McCllntock, aged 76, died at
the residence of her daughter 1n Dallas
county, Iowa, where she was visiting, on
Wednesday last. She wss the widow of
the late William McCllntock. They settled
on the homestead between here and Paw
noe City in 18.15, where they had ever
since resided. Tbey were the first settlers
In, that locality. Two sons and three
daughters survive her. Interment waa
made In the cemetery at Pawnee City Sat
urday. Judge Stickler at neat.
GENEVA, Neb., July 14. (Special.) The
funeral of Judge B. F. Shlckley took place
at his lata home yesterday afternoon, con
ducted by Rev. Fifer of York and Rev.
Evans of this city. Th burial was con
ducted by the Grand Army of the Republic
post of this place. Mr. Shlckley served
through the' war of the rebellion In th
Seventy-fourth Ohio volunteers and ' th
First regulars of Ohio and wa county judge
here tor several terms.
Mr. Ella Mealoaey.
" FALLS CITY, Neb., July 14. (Special.)
The funeral of Mrs. Ella Meuloney. was
held from the Methodist church Sunday
morning. She wa at one time a teacher
In th public schools of this place.
WINDWARD READY TO SAIL
Perrr Belief Ship Is to Begin Its
Voyage to the Arctic
NEW YORK, July 14. The Peary relief
ship Windward will begin Its voyage to
the Arctic region late this afternoon. The
work of taking on store has proceeded
rapidly today and It Is believed now that
nothing will Interfere with Its scheduled
departure. ".' .
Wlnward will atop first at Portland.
Me., and then at 8ydney, where Mrs. Peary
and her daughter will be taken aboard.
Mean Railroad to College Spring;.
SHENANDOAH, la., July 14. (Special.)
Th promoters of the Clarlnda, College
Springs Southern railroad met with the
citizens of College Springs the other day
and made them a proposition asking for
110,000, right-of-way and depot grounds
and tax of 6 per cent. The College
Springs people are considering the propo
sition and will likely accede to It, as tb
town is an inland town of about 800 peo
ple. Is the eeat of Amity college and la
without railroad facilities. Blanchard and
Clarlnda will both vote taxes and the
former will likely give ground also. Tbs
people along the proposed right-of-way are
very much pleased with the outlook.
Good Crop Sitnatloa In Iowa.
SHENANDOAH, la., July 14. (Special.)
Crop conditions In Page and Fremont
counties have materially changed and Im
proved alnoe one week ago today. The last
rain to interfere with tbe cultivation ot
the corn and the harvesting of the small
grain fell Tuesday night, and since that
time aunny days have been the order.' A
groat deal of wheat, some oat and much
hay have been harvested, while in some of
tbe cornfields the farmers have been plow
ing for a last time. Tbe corn in the main
Is pretty large for plowing.
Mad by Appetising Food.
You can feel as "fit a a Lord" In hot
weather If you eat sensibly. If you
aren't entirely happy in hot weather aup
pose you quit your way and try oura.
Take a cold sponge bath, dress leisurely
and sit down to a breakfast of Grape-
Nuts and cream, a little fruit and a cup
of Postum Food Coffee. Don't fear, you
won't starve; on the contrary, that
"Lordly feeling" will take possession of
you by lunch time.
Grape-Nuts Is a concentrated food and
contains as much nourishment a bulky
body heating food like meat, potatoea,
etc. It crisp daintiness will appeal to
your palate and the result is . a very
marked difference in the temperature -of
the body and the certainty of ease and
Quit coffee; It unnaturally stimulates
the brain and nerves, heating the body
and causing- an uneven temper; use
Postum Food Cettee, has a charming
flavor when properly made and doe not
affect the nervous system, but assists the
brain to work with ease and clearness.
Experience and experiment in food and
Its application to the human body has
brought out these tacts. Thsy can be
mad ua of and add materially to the
comfort. o th ; user during .'the:-hot
weather,' :' f;5:f::
Look through the recipe book In each
O rape-Nuts' packag for 'delicious pud
dings, entrees, salads and dessert.
TO CRCSn THE REBELLION
President Caitr Is Taking an Actit Hand
in tbe EsTolution.
TROOPS IN DESTITUTE CONDITION
Leader of Government Forees Assert
Trnesaela tnsarreetlon Will Be
Qnelched Within Fif
teen Day. '
PORT OF SPAIN. Trinidad. July 14. (By
Boat from Barcelona) President Castro
hss taken command of the Venezuelan
troops at Barcelona. The tore numbers
about J. 000 men. President Castro found
the troops In a destitute condition and has
spent the time lnc taking ccmmanJ In
reorganizing them, and they now present a
much better appearance. President Castro
asserts that he will have crushed the re
volution, headed by Seuor Matos, within
fifteen days. ,
The revolutionist forces which were
marching on Caracas and Rolando . from
the neighborhood of Barcelona have ceased
their advance and retired. Thy appar,
ently do net Intend to accept battle In that
vicinity, but to force General Caatro to
engage them near Urlta or further In the
interior, where the country Is very uneven
and Illy-defended and well known to the
revolutionists. Into this trap the revolu
tlontsta believe President Castro' Im
petuosity will carry him. -y
The rebels ar receiving reinforcement
dally. Hernandecron Is reported to be
coming with 100 men from Pascua and
General Lorenzo Guavera with 900 from
Military events In Venezuela during th
next week will. It is believed, decide Presi
dent Castro's future. To predict the result
Is Impossible. Anarchy Is reported to exist
In many places and the misery Is said to
be Indescribable. Carupano was evacuated
yesterday by the government forces and
was immediately occupied by th revolu
tionists. TO SEND ANOTHER SHIP
Sitnatlon af Venesnela 1 Sneh that
Minister Bowen Will Rein
force La Gnalra,
WASHINGTON, July 1. Minister Bowen
consider the situation In Venezuela such
that, at the request of the state depart
ment, the navy department has decided to
send an additional ship to La Guayra, and
tomorrow, on the arrival of Marietta at
Kingston, Jamaica, for which place It sailed
today from Cape Haytlen, it will be met by
orders to go to Colon to relieve the
Machlas. Topeka, which has been at La
Oauyra, sailed today for Curacao via Puerto
Cabello. The navy department does not be
lieve Marietta will 'be detained more than
a few days in Venezuela and .will he able
to carry out It original orders to relieve
Machlas. The only explanation made at
the department for dispatching Marietta to
La Guayra is that Minister Bowen may
need It for purposes of communication.
(Continued from First Pag.)
lngly, to declare that he wa too overcome
to find words of thanks. After Mr.' Bal
four's tribute to Lord Salisbury,' which was
universally commended for It tactful re
serve, the house;, was emptied, the mem
bers gathering, on the terrace and in the
lobbies, discussing1 the Important feature
that the day id brought forth.
BERLIN; July 14. Tb announcement 'of
Lord Salisbury's retirement was received
here simply as Interesting new,' not hav
ing great political significance, because it
bad long been expected. Tbe comment la
generally respectful, though not cordial.
No English statesman gets cordial treat
ment In the German press, but Lord Balls-
bury was so much better liked than Mr,
Chamberlain that he ha always been
treated with a certain regard. The Voa
sleche Zeitung thinks Mr. Chamberlain's
Influence will now be greater than over and
other papera share this view.
TOWER FALLS V TO r, PIAZZA
Beautiful Strnetnr ta Venloa 1
'Now Only a Heap of
VENICE, Italy, July 14. The campanile-
(detached bell tower) of St. Mark' church,
ninety-eight metres high, collapsed at 10:40
this morning and fell with a great crash
into the piazza.
The campanile, which was entirely de
tached from the cathedral, collapsed where
It stood and la now a heap c ruins. .The
cathedral and Palace of the Doge ar quite
safe, but a corner ot the royal palace waa
damaged. Repair on the campanile were
to have been commenced today. It la
feared there waa some loss ot life. Tbe
ruins are surrounded by a cordon of
The first Intimation of danger was th
sudden appearance yesterday ot a long!
tudinal crack ia the corner of the wall
facing th clocktower and the breaking ot
two window. A concert which had been
arranged to be held 0n the piazza yes
terday evening .was stopped by order of tbe
prefect, with the abject ot preventing a
concourse of people.
The campanile stood opposite the chareh
or cathedral of St. Marks. It waa founded
in 888, restored in 1329, provided with a
marble top In 1417 and In 151? was crowned
with tbe figure ot an angel nearly sixteen
feet high. The loggetta or vestibule, on
tb east aid of tbe campanile, wa once
a rendezvous of the nobllla and afterward
a waiting room for the guards during th
sessions of the great council.
There wer bronze statues of peace,
Apollo, Mercury and Pallas on the coping
ot the campanile and Its fins bronze doer
wer 'much admired. A,' th top ot the
tower a Ore watchman, with a telescope,
was continually stationed.
The ruin are plied up to a height ot
100 feet and the Piazza de San Matro and
the adjoining aquares are covered with
debris and dust. Some damage wa done
to the Sansovlno Loggetta, or vestibule, on
the eaat side ot the campanile.
Closer investigation show that th cam
panile In tailing carried away the Sansovlno
Loggetta ef the royal palace. Premonitory
signs of' the collapse allowed a partial
clearance of the plan and there wer no
fatalities, hut a few person wer injured.
The disaster caused an' Immense sensation
Th town and comtanl council hav been
summoned to meet thl evening.
A little before tb collapse a note of
falling stones within the bell tower warned
the shopkeepers, workaen and tourist ot
th Impending disaster, and all fled for their
Uvea, crying "Th Campanile I falling
When the disaster was comprehended Vene
tlans were seen In th street bemoaning
the destruction of one ef th oldest art
tressure In the kingdom.-
Four ot 8ansovlno'a atatutss of Venetian
noble wer demolished in the Sansovlno'
loggetta, while a beautiful example ot a
Paul Verones painting wa destroyed In th
palace.. Th wlng.pf to angel f torn )he op
of the bell tower wa thrown 'down to Che
front door of the cathedral, smashing th
Bando column, which was hurled thtrty-flv
feet, just escaping th ceiumn upportlng
the South Angel of the cathedral and thus
averting a more serious dlssster.
The Tall ot the tower produced a thick red
dust which spresd like a banging cloud over
the city. This, with the rumbling, volcanic
noise, startled the Inhabitants of the most
remote suburbs. Thoussnds of soldiers and
police aided in allaying the panic. It la
expected that a subscription will be rslsed
at the meeting of the city council tonight
to duplicate tbe eriglnal tower.
IS A GALA DAY IN PARIS
Freaeh Capital Don Oar Attire on
Its Holiday aad Street Are .
tOnlivmed. with Mnstc.
TARIS, July IB raria was generally Il
luminated last night. All the public build
ings were outlined In rows of gits jets and
decorated with designs In multi-colors.
Msny private establishments were also at
tractively decorated, as If to vie with the
public decoration. As eoon as It became
dark vehicular traffic ceased on all tbe prin
cipal thoroughfares and these were quickly
crowded with people viewing the Illumina
tions and fireworks of which there were
several fine displays.
Then the Parisians turned their attention
to dancing. At least 1,200 al fresco balls
are now In progress at which men and
women ar dancing With as much zest and
merriment as though this were not the sec
ond night devoted to this amusement. It
Is now past midnight and the crowds around
th band stands show no signs of giving
upon the merry making before daybreak.
Telegrams received from the provinces
report - similar observances ot the day
throughout the country.
Throughout yesterday forenoon the streets
were enlivened by martial music of regi
ment marching to tb bola de Boulogne,
where the entire garrison of Pari waa as
sembled by 1 o'clock in the afternoon.
After lunch and an hour's rest the troops
were marshalled on the Loogchamp rare
course. The Stands there were already
filled to their utmost capacity, while 100.000
other spectators occupied every point
whence there waa any chance of obtaining
a gllmpae of the proceedings.
During the afternoon the heat waa so op
pressive at Longchamp that many specta
tors, soldiers and policemen were overcome.
Doctors attached to hospital tents prepared
for such an emergency, attended to the cases
of the civilians while the army ambulances
received forty soldiers. No fatalities, how
ever, were reported.
GENERAL CHAFFEE RELIEVED
Philippine Officer Is, Hon ever, to
Take Charge of the Depart
ment of the Enst.
WASHINGTON, July 14. General Chaffee
has been relieved of command In the Phil
ippines and ordered to the command of the
Department of the East, by an order Issued
today by Secretary Root. The order Is as
' Py direction of the president. Major Gen
eral George TV. Davis will relieve fnlor
General Chaffee nf the command of the
Division of the Philippines September SO,
1902. On being relieved. General Chaffee
will, with his authorised aide, repair to
Governor's Island, New York, and assume
command of the Department of the East.
A few day ago General Chaffee was
cabled that he could have either the com
mand ot the department of tbe east or the
department of the lakes If he desired to
come home at this time. He wss Informed
that the retirement of General Brooke af
forded an opportunity of making either
change he desired. ' The cablegram closed
with a commendation by the secretary ot
war -of General Chaffee's services in China
and the Philippines. -
A reply was reoelved- Saturday from Gen
eral Chaffee stating that he left th matter
entirely with the department, but that he
Would prefer New York lh case he was re
lieved In the Philippines. He suggested
that September SO Would be a good date to
Drake any change In" the command of the
These dispatcher were sent to President
Roosevelt at Oyster Bay, who conaulted
with Secretary Root, and the secretary
directed the order to be Issued relieving
General Chaffee and placing General Davia
General MacArthur has been aBked to
take command of tbe department ot tbe
east when General Brooke retires, when be
can be relieved by General Chaffee.
The status of the commanders ot the de
partment ot the east as qualified by this last
order ls" as folt6ws: General Brooke (a at
present in command,' but he is to retire at
the end of the present month. General
MacArthur la In command of the depart
ment of the lakes at Chicago, but he will
be temporarily ordered to New York after
General Brooke's retirement to command
the department of tbe eaat, while the com
bined maneuver are going on. He will re
tain the command until relieved by General
Chaffee, probably about November next,
when It 1 expected General MacArthur will
return to his present command In Chicago.
, Drives JLU Before It.
Ache 'and pains ' fly before Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. So dd sores, pimples, bolls,
corns and piles, or no pay. 25c.
WORK RESUMED AT THE'MlNE
Miner Do Not Seem to De Frightened
ly Catastrophe at Johns
town. JOHN8TOWN. Pa.. July. 15. Operation
was today started In every, section of the
rolling , roll!' ot tne. Cambria. Steel company,
except the Klondike, where the fatal ex
plosion of Thursday occurred. A ma
jority of the fifty men on hand when the
first cage went down Into tbe mine were
foreigners. They did not seem to hav
th least hesitation In re-entering tbe
mine where so many ot their fellow coun
trymen lost their live.
A full fore of men la expected to be at
work before night with the the exception
of the Klondike, where a large force ot
men ar employed cleaning up the falls
and repairing the brattice that were
blown down.. .When this 1 .completed the
mine Inspectors will make an investiga
tion before it can be opened again for
The Inquest will probably not be held
before next Thursday. No more bodiea
were brought out or have been discovered
and the mine has apparently been explored
fully. Nevertheless some miners claim
that' many bodies will still be found
Keep your system la perfect order and
you will have health, even in the moat sickly
seasons. The occasional use ot Prickly
Ash Bitter will insure vigor and regularity
In all th vital organ.
"Kins of n BottM Brs.N
Brwwa4 from Bohemian Hop.
H. May at Company
EXCHANGE WITH DEADWOOD
lk-8ar-Bcn Governor Arrange for Eeoipro
cal Visits with Hills. .
WILL BRING CROWD TO OMAHA FESTIVAL
t it Clerk. Elbonrn TVIna Porlry-Mak-Ing
Match Tilth C. V. Dirts by
More Thnn n l.enath
l lot of Visitor.
The feature of the- Ak-Sar-Iien rrograra
at the den Monday night was the presence
of a committee from Deadwoort. S. D.. which
extended an Invitation to th knights to
attend the Elks' carnival to be given at
Deadwood July 29 to August 3 Inclusive,
In return for which, the committee prom
ised Deadwood would srnd a large delega
tion to attend the Ak-Sar-Ben carnival
this fall. The committee comprised George
V. Ayers, John Treber, John Tlerney and
Peter Edbolm, all of Deadwood. The bonrd
of Ak-Sar-Ben governors held a meeting
early In the evening and decided to accept
the Invitation. A railroad rate of $15 for
the' round" trip has been secured.
Last tail Deadwood sent a delfgatlon ot
1,100 to the' Denver carnival, and It Is be
lieved that fully that many will come to
Omaha this fall.
Plars with the Mnae.
Another Interesting feature was a poetry
making match between City Clerk Elbourn
and Charles V. Diets of Aurora. Neb. Each
contestant was given three nWnutes In
wblrh to compose a stanza, the hlndermost
at the end of this time being required to
pay a forfeit by lifting himself over a
barbed wire fence by his bootstraps. Mr.
Elbourn won, his effusion being a follows:
'T( 11 me, Bowery's fairest daughter,
As the wind blows from the south,
Do you shun the sparkling water
Lest It shrink your flannel mouth?
The committee wanted to know what the
direction of the wind bad to do with It, and
Mr. Elbourn explained that he put that line
In to make a rhyme with "mouth." He
narrowly escaped a fine for that. However,
he did better than Mr. Dletz, whose divine
afflatus clogged after having produced this
"It runs In the blood like a wooden leg."
He said he could have done better if the
coaching committee hadn't kept prodding
hlin with their billiard cues.
The following out-of-town visitor were
present: George A. Mason, Kansas City;
George W. Covert, Lincoln; Humphrey
Blatter, Sioux City; J. W. Peck. Chicago;
T. K. Peter. St, Louis; E. D. R. Thomp
son, Salt Lake City; J. C. Dletz, Chicago;
Charles V.' Dletz, Aurora, Neb.; Nick
Smithroth, Salt Lake City; J. H. McDowell,
Beatrice; B. F. Battln, Swarthmore, Pa.;
I. R. Van Tuye, Lincoln; Thomas Paulter,
Logan, N. Y.; A. J. Flack. Franklin, Jdaho;
Elmer Briggs,. Elkhorn, Neb.; J. S. Parkin
son, Franklin, Idaho; J. A. Eoff, Wahoo;
A. C. Meanek, Grand Island; Dan T. Park,
Scott Bluff, Neb.; Frank McTavlsh, Chi
cago; S. A. Miller, Washington; Lou Bry
Bon, Davenport, Ia.; John Annable, Daven
port, Ia.; William L. Ament, Chicago; G.
A. Douglas, Hastings; 8. Hoxle Clark, St.
Loula; J. W. Sutton. Clinton, Mo.; N. J.
O'Brien. Greenboro, N. C; E. R. Chapman,
Sioux City; Peter Edholm. John Tlerney,
John Treber and George V. Ayers, Dead
wood. RETAIN BISHOP MULD00N
Present Incambent Named n Admin
istrator of Arehdlocese of Chi
cago for Time Belug.
CHICAGO, 111., July 14. Bishop MuHoon
wa today, appointed administrator ot tbe
archdiocese of Chicago until a successor
to . the lato Archbishop Feehan shall be
named. Bishop Spalding of Peoria made
A Wonderful Change.
Weak, sickly Invalids are soon changed
by Electric Bitters Into healthy men and
women. They cure or no pay. 50c.
Contract for Stw Road,
WARRENSBURO, Mo., July 14. The
contract for the building of the St. Louis,
Kansas City & Colorado railroad from Ver
sailles to tbe northern, limits of this city
was let today to a Minneapolis firm. Work
will begin as soon as the right-of-way
deeds are taken up by the governor. It Is
stated that the Colorado road will be com
pleted from St. Louis to Kansas City by
Indigestion is often caused by over
eating. An eminent authority say
the barm done thus exceeds that from
tbe excessive use of alcohol. Eat all
the good food you want but don't over
load the stomach. A weak stomach
may refuse to digest what you eat.
Then you need a good dlgestant Ilk)
Kodol, which digests your food with
out the stomach's aid. This rest and
the wholesome tonics Kodol contains
oon restore health. Dietingunneces
sary. Eodol quickly relieves the feel
ing of fulness and bloating from
which some people suffer after meals.
Absolutely cures Indigestion.
Kodol Nature's Tonlo.
Prepared only by E. O. D Witt A do., Chicago,
Thfll, hot tie contains 2H times thetOc. slrn
DcvYiirs nine EARLY RISERS
The famous little pills for constipation.
A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOT FOIEVti
K.T. FELIX GOLRAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM. OR MAGICAL BcAUTIFIER.
Rmov Tan, PUnpl,
Freckle. Moth Patohaa.
Miu ana Kin aix
mm. an evsrfl
burnish on bMuir,
an Am !
tloa. It baa loo
th teal ot 6
vun, an Is s
LarmlM w last
H to M sure 'I
Is proparly auds.
Aucftpt a count.
fait of nulla
nam. Ir. I A.
turr sal ta a te
ar of tb hauvtaa
is .turn) i
"As you ladles will us them. I recom
mend 'UOURAUD'S CREAM' a the least
harmful of all the Sain preparations. or
til by all Druggists and Fancy Qoods
lealers In th U. S. and Europe.
yBD. T. HOrKlNS, Wan'.
S7 Orwat Jons BC N. T.
I3ta and Doaajlaa Sta,
Omaha' Leading Hotel
SPECIAL, r lcATlftEfti ,
LUNCH EUN, r lr'TIf CENT'S.
12:80 to I p. m.
SUNDAY p. m. DINNER, 76o
Steadily Increasing business ha necessi
tated an enlargement ot tbs cafe, doubling
tta former capacity.
CHICAGO BEACH HOTEL
19 minute from heart of city. No dirt
and dust. Situated an boulevard and lake,
at slat tit. Blvd., Chicago, awud tut Illus
Could Not Ue Down,
Sit Up or Stand, Without
Experiencing the. Most. Excruci
ating Pain, .
Pains's Celery Compound
After the Failures of Physicians,
Special Medicines and Electric
Battery, Banishes Pain and
Tortures and Restores
In the rank cf sick, tortured nd dls
cased sufferer.', many men and women hav
become hopeless because of the failures of
physicians and their medU'tnis.
We would have all such dejected and
despairing mortals take comfort this very
dsy. W would Impress upon them th
blessed truth that Palne's Celery Compound
Is abundantly able to save and cure even
at the eleventh hour. Palne's Celery Com
pound accomplishes Its life-saving work
for the old and young when all other medi
cal treatment falls. A multitude of people
have furnished strong and incontrovertible
testimony In support of the statement that
"Palne's Celery Compound makes sick peo
ple well." Mr. John W. Boyd, of Mlsba
waka, lad., refers to his owu case as fol
lows: "Last winter I was taken down with a
very severe attack of nervous and muscu
lar rheumatism, so bad that I could not He
down, sit up, or stand, without the most ex
cruciating pain. I was all the time under
the care of two of the best physician of
the place, but I did not Improve. I took
different rheumatic cures and used an elec
tric battery a half hour each day for ten
days without any relief. Finally I con
cluded to try Palne's Celery Compound.
and to my surprise after using one-half
of a bottle, I was able to get out, and be
fore I used the rhole bottle I went to work
and have worked ,very day since. I hav
gained- 20 pounds In weight and am feel
ing first rate."
W. A. Well, solicitor, W2 Broadway,
Council Bluffs. .
ta Itia hi mt rata ft vmd fee.
ztSa Imperial Hair Regenerator
iWt la tti only harmless pmptratlon known
rV-rf.1 which luatantlr ror blr to soy
&44VT(v.i oolur or that. riureble, lutlnc aud
Vvft 1mvi th hstr elnao. soft aad aloinv.
Vtitj-tf ONI APPLICATION WILL XAHT
ijY'' MONTHS. PimpU of hstr eolarwt fre.
baud fur pemiflilrt. Prlvasr auarsd,
Imperial Chemical Co.. 1: W. 23d St.. N. 1.
Sold by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
to Cther Points
1402 Farnam St.
r IQ) Woodward & Burgess,
j g a i aianagsra.
stark'' Matinee Wedneaday.
Mat, any seat, 10c. Night too, 15a, 2S&
Tb Union Excursion Company's
makes regular trips from foot ot Dougla
street, making regular trips to Sherman
f ark, where there 1 fine slid. muaio and
dancing. No bar on boat. JiiVsryliwng fiiaw
Hour for Waving: t, 4 and S p. m.,
Sally. Round trip &c, children 10c. No
admission to Park.
WNTON STREET PARK.
Peoria vs. Omaha
Jaly IS. 10, IT.
Gam called, at 1:46.
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