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THE OMAHA 'DAILY BEE: i THURSDAY, AFTtIL 10, 1003.
It J. -i .',
We Clone Saturdays at ( p. m.
For, stylish dress trimming Cluny ami
,i Antique Laws are taking the lead.,-
k. and very wide widths, in both real ami "imita
Prices Taupe from 20c to .?1.50 a yard.
Make fpxir selections early while assortment and quantity
Is large. ,
Y. M. CA"5I'dtn&.. Corner Sixteenth anitttougias .St
MAY ORGANIZE CHEAP LABOR
Weitern Federation o? 'Miner Contemplate
NeWunion KovemgnV .
TO TAKE IN CMtSE ' AND JAPANESE
- : ; ' r - -,fv . ' '
Bare Shawn Themselves to Be la r ra
path 7 with I'nlon Interests aad
llsve Freqaently Hail Sacri
fice to Heln Ora-aalaatlon.
ri.:jfi:x..jj : . K'.t V '-. ... -. .
DENVE-;Alr4.1 r48.-rTh: News today
says: The Western Federation ot Miners
is contemplating avsntlveraeiit. quite new
In the way -V Hbo ualaju. They iniy xr
ganlze th-hoels of Chinese end Japanese
employed Jn'ti thlnns' and emelteri of the
northwest! tifi$ ,PrltIs -Cqlurnbla. .-;v '
W. D. eyw(H?rrtary"Ot the federa
tion, say thfly ar willing to become or-
tion1 fotMhe Rising
i ; , u-vh .
Regulation SaJlbr.'Btilts and Reefer
for bojs ana.B-rrla. This popular
i aunty ..style via meeting; with, rnuoh
avor fcnd 1 . a pleasalit relief from
the frantlo attempts'. at decoration,
often yn ory children's wear. ".
Boys'J Regulatiofi Bailor Suits, $3.95,
4.(0, $6,90, 6.1& an f60.
Olrls' Wriruiatkm tiartor Ureases, S.W,
$7.60 and i50..J;'l .v ; .1 .
Boys', and Oirjs' Regulation Reefers,
$4.00. $3.00,r16.IO itttd '$5.75. ' v
.yVf U fog catalogue, 4 -
wmiai'T AskiNa .x otestion nit
TKIjIJR VWfWHO VH)U AK1 AND WHAT
YIHJ-.AUJD" FOH,' -AND AN VTH INti
TOU WiN'lVfO KNuW', UIVINO NAMEB,
DATtS, fACTS ANU 1'IOUREB. . ,
POBITWELY SffCKBDS WHEN
- .. -OTHiiRa KA1U - .
Prof. Sterlhie- haa made a life atudy of his
work, 'swd la without a question th"mot
reliable pkimwt anct occult aclcntlst of mod
ern time This strunKWy. gifted man reads
your entire life like un op.'ii book. -Advises
yuu uiwai miwiirwi. t iim4ik b. inwuuiiB, mar- ;
rtaae-: utvon a. (amliy troubles and dlsacree- !
marrta. ..Nutb'ng ia-too dlrtleult tor him. lia
can iee. at a glunce what yu want and how
to attain It. You can avoid mistakes, over
come evirtnflueiinea, conquer enemies and
acblevevaui'Cce&'lC' you will follow the ad
viua'l'rnf. Ktwiina gives you. He will tell
youtfrankly your eonditlon and what you
may expert, it nctlUng can bo done for
you,-ha wHl not take one-dollac of your
inoaey. i .....-'
. I." .'; - ' I"' .i.,
PERSONA LKAO K KTIS M QUICKLY VE
'V . ....t .VKLUPElJ. '
-M . --.". - , -
Personal mngnetlKin la the maglo wand
that rules' the world. ' It triumphs over ob
aiacland bring sucrt'va In your business
and so1al llle. It oin-na to your vision tha
greateati se.ireta- t-t life. It le that mar
velouA, fdbll, ' uneii power that enables
yod to control man or woman and to banish
ilinuck. ' "'
... ARE IfWLT SICK? . .
Does your physician Anow what alls you?
Can he cure-you? tf not, call and aee what
nature's doctor can do for you. I'rof. Ster
ling, without asking a question,, will tell
you the cause and ture for yout- ailment,
ale will make no charge unless )uu can be
Ladles and gentlenxn can visit the pro
feaaor without fear of having their confident-
betrayed, i'rof. Sterling has thou
Bands of written testimonials from leading
cltlsena of the I'nltetl btatea, but ha never
publish a name (except by special re
quest) of any ot hla patrons, as ha considers
his business a sacred trust. If you doubt
hla ability, call and he will give you post
live evidence In your own case.
Vnllke pretender, he asks no fee In ad
vance, and absolutely refuse, to a-reit Jiny
remuneration for tils service If perfect sat
isfaction la not given. Charges reduced to
1 00 this week.
All business transacted In sacred confi
dence. Parlors .centrally located. Private
walling rvfoqiSi. seabl-lu attendance.
DAILY FROM 10 A. M TO t P. M.
SUNDAYS FROM 1 TO I P. M.
1T3 POIX5K STRFET 1T3.
(Cue block wvst of Puetorfica-Jr -
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Bee, April 15, 1901.
lares come chieftr in bands.
though edgiu8 are .sera,, too.v upon many
- inRertinfiv. in narrow, milium
ganmd -and afflllated with the federation
and that the American mineral who. he'
ays, refuse to work with nonunion men or
their, own nationality, have concluded that
there, Is no reason why they should forego
their principles In the cane of the Chinese
and Japanese. ' :'f-
' Besides, Secretary Haywood says these
foreigners have frequently shown them
selves to be lo sympathy with unionism
and have sacrificed their pwn "Int'ereats in
aid of a cause . where ' there was nothing
to influence them other than their sym
pathy. -i .'. '"..."!";'.' . . ;..i- -i'
Mar Indict for Conspiracy.
NEW YORK, April 15. If sufficient evi
dence can be obtained, it Is not unlikely
that the housesmjth. spd bridge" workers'.
uplon, which Is attempting to tie VP the
work on the cantilever crane for tbe battle
ship Connecticut at -the ' Brooklyn Navy
yard because the company refused to em
ploy unlori inen' will' be Indicted fat 'con
spiracy against the government ' by the
United States district eourt.., . r,' '
Admiral Rogers has asked Assistant. At
torney Howells of the Eastern district fed
eral court. Brooklyn, for advice as' to what
legal action could t taken to ; compel the
union to- cease 1U Interference with gov
ernment work. r-. ..-;
Mr. Howells pointed out. tbaV If evidenco
could be obtained to prove that persons
were deliberately -'guilty -of ' fcti whlcli
would directly or ' Indirectly hinder,'! delay
or otherwise Interfere, wlth -work earned
on lor or by the government, such person
could be arrested 'for conspiracy against
the United States. " He declared he was
ready to- make arrests whenever sufficient
evidence should be collected. ,
- Soanatoa Firemen Are Beatea. .
CLEVELAND. April 15. Fifty -striking
union flrajsen, armed with knives and nuibs,
boaj-deiLthe steamer Howard L. haw .whep
it .arrived in, the harbor today from Duluth
ppd attacked, and terribly pouniqi'' three
nonunloa firemen employed on the vessel.
"- A riot oAll . waa turned lal bt' when a
patrol wtgod loaded with office re arrived
en the 'flodfte the attacking; party had dis
persed.'.;'': i ""C
.. The names of the Injure:
Adolph Pe'aro, Gladstone, Mich.
' George ,T. .'Smith.' .Duluth' Minn.
, Walter Slgler, Duluth,' , , t -;
-Smith,- after beings stabbed and beaten al
most Into insensibility, ' was thrown Into
the, liver.,;' .He was rescued by sailors from
the steamer, . peajo -was .cut In .the; side. In
addition to receiving eavere bruises, -81g-
ler-s noetf wa'btoktrfnS hll tAdadty
cut. r'i;iu ,. r a-. -
Pearo's condition Is serious. The 'police
are looking for the men who made the-at
To Submit to Arbitration. -
NEW YORK, April 15. It Is learned that
President Buchanan of the International
Association of Bridge and Structural Iron
Workers has declared off the strike! In
volving 5,000 'men against ' the American
Bridge company, pending a settlement ot
the 'differences by arbitration. ' ,:
The strikes ordered were for the recog
nltlon of the International association In
this city, Albany, Buffalo, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Pittsburg, Chicago and other
places. ' " "
A representative of the' American Bridge
company la quoted as saying that although
the company had not. as yet received
visit from a local arbitration .board. Since
the holding of the last recent arbitration
conference, he expected" the strike to be
soon settled. . '. .-. .
Lake Disrate fa 'Settled,'
PHICAGO, April , 15. The threatened
strike of. the. machine-package freight han
dlers was averted ody, by a eompxoroiee
The. men demanded 40; eents an hour for
handling freight ,00, Sunday i, Under .'the
compromise agreement thalr. hours on the
Sabbath will be from, g : m. until 10 p. m..
and they , will recelve'0.; centa-i an - hour.
The weekday schedules will be -from 7 In
the morning until V) at night, and the pay
will be so cents-an hour T" : '
Alleged Detective Beat e a, '
EVANSTON,' Wyov" ; ApVli ll-Special
Telegram. )-j-W. H. Bryint, an 'alleged, rail
road dectecttve, .""was ' assaulted. . his arm
broken and he was beaten Into insensibility
by supposed unlon sympathizers early this
Men who look
than they are
to such Ousad-
vantage as with the
iwife who keep her
-matronly beauty. The
secret of health and
f.he manly vigor which
goea with health is
nutrition. When the
stomach and other or
gans of digestion and
nutrition are diseased
there is loss of nutri
tion, and correspond
ing physical weakness.
Dr. Pierce' Golden
cures dtseasca of the
stomach and its allied
organs, which prevent
nutrition, and make
men healthy and vig
orous. . .
' ' I was a great sufferer
from dyspepia for over
two yeais, and was com.
ulrte ohvslcal wrecks
writes Mr. Preston K. Keostermacher, oC Kgypt,
'Lehigh Co., r. "1 also suffered much with con
stitution. I tried many d liferent medicine
which were recommeaded to cur th trouble
but these only made rut worse. I had uch a
weak siid debilitated appearance that it seemed
as if 1 had hardly any biuod in my whole body.
At last 1 came acruas act advemsenmit of Lav'
iicice a. I at one tried Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and 'Pleasant Pellets.' t
used about eight vials of the ' pellets' and tea
buttles of the ' Discovery ' whiah brought ma
back to my lurnun- stal of health.
, Dr. Pierce' PclleU cure coastitkia. r
M SWEEPS NEW Y
Drivei Ships A bore, Wares Damage Piert,
. Wl ile Sidswalki Float Away.
NEW JERSEY" ' CITIZENS ROW -TO WORK
. ' ' ' ' ' . ; .' ' ,
Mesdstti Are -Taraed' late iJiWea,
1 Train t RsnnlsC, fartorlea
Are Flooded and. Boats
t Tly In Street.,
NEW YORK, April 15. A fierce wind
storm) from the northeast swept New York
early today, developing unusual severity
after a night of gales'. The storm blew
shoreward, was accompanied by the high
est tldo Jtnown In : years and brought a
rold, pelting rain. -It;-did much damage
along the' New Jersey 'And Long Island
At'. Coney, Island and RosVaway a large
part of the .sandy beach, was cut out and
much othef damage done by the tide and
violent wind. The gale watf' severe upon
the shipping anchored In the hay off Staten
Island. The fishing schooner mariner went
ashore and broke up at Stapteton, while
the fishing sloop Iroquois sank In the
docks. The French four-masted ship Joe-
lette and the English bark Itata, which
were anchored In the middle ot, the bay,
dragged their anchors to within 100 yards
of the docks at St. George. The .fishing
schooner Edwsrd Hooper of ' Gloucester,
Mass., dragged It anchors and fouled the
pilot boats Edward E. Barrett and James
Gordon Bennett, carrying away Bennett's
bowsprit and headgear and damaging Its
owtf quarter so that it sprang a leak.
Old residents of Brooklyn near Coney
Island said the storm at Brighton and
Coney Island was the most severe In thirty
years. The east wind tossed up enormous
waves along the beach and raised-the level
of the water until It was up to the first
floor, of the new iron pier at Coney Island.
The new bulkhead at the foot of Ocean
park was wrecked in several, places and
board walks; bath houses and other entail
structures were washed away. The new
bulkhead was nearlng completion after be
ing under construction" all the winter.
tie nonboati an Street.
TTT TT A TI U"T-TJ yd T . II . . , .
um.m..u ... alii ti i. n. viuiem
northwest wind and rain slorta did much
damage along -the. Water 'front today. Fac
tories were flooded and work stopped, lum
ber), was washed .away. from., yards arid a
large quantity of coal. was swept from the
Jersey Central wbarve. The Newark and
Elizabeth branch of the Jersey Central la
under water and the- meadows between
Newark, and EHKabeth-have -.become an In
land sea. . i .
Inhabitants of the southern part of Eliza
beth have to use rowboats.to get to. other
or me city.
SEABRIGHT, N. J.', April 15. The wind
and. high surf did niuoh 'damage here. Sev
eral bouses and .the board walks were dam
aged. The surf washed, over the tracks of
tne New jersey Southern and traffic was
suspended. '' """''"'"' j'
Tamiile Flee Invading Flood.
TERRE HAUTE,' Ind'.r Ap'rlf 15:-THlrty
famine: In central ;Terre Haute were Com
pelled ' to "abandon Iheli' hbmea today on
account bf the sudden .rise of the Wabash
rivor." ' ' ; - '" ,,T
Asaerlestsis Vo- Kacllsh Coal.'
" The demand for English coal is again
much In evidence, and as a result ' many
large vessels are being loaded there, for
American fiort. Therd lal also '. an ; In-
oreased,;demaudx ton Ijfastetdr'a .JBtomach
fitters,, especially in these' irpniig months,
because it Is generally acknowledged to be
th best spring tonic In existence.'' "itl
will tone tip the system, relieve that tired
feeling, purify the blood and cure Indiges
tion, dyspepsia, constipation, biliousness
and malaria. Be sure to try It.
;: Xl "DEATH RECORD. i '
Samuel A. Kemp.
FREMONT, Neb.,' April "15. (Special.)
Samuel Kemp of thia city died at the
residence of hla son, Harry Kemp, last
night of general debility at the age of 73.
Mr. Kemp was born near Manchester, Eng.
He came to this country -when a boy and
located In St. Paul, Minn., where he begun
the practice of law and at once became
a leader in the affairs of the territory.
He was a- member of the last territorial
legislature, of the first constitutional con
vention: and also served several terms., in
the state, legislature.. He had an, extensive
law., practice and was for . some time the
general attorney for the Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul Railroad company.- -For the
past flfteen-or twenty years he has been
In -very poor health .and unable to do any
thing. Most of this time he haa lived with
hla .Wife at the residence of his son, Harry
Kemp.- -He leaves-- widow; four sons aad
tour daughters,' four of whom;' Harry, Mrs.'
N. -W BmallfH Allc and 'Anrte; reside In
this oity. . He was a lifelong member of
the -Masonle fraternity 'd during kls resi
dence In Minnesota -was very active ift tha
order. : Hla. remains wilt be taken to Kel
Jog, Minn., for burial. -. -.-i- v
Mr,1 Jake' RoDlnsonr ;'; v
Mrs. Jane Roblnon died at her home, 8?3j8.
Miami street, Tyegday. For, twenty years
she had been a resldqnt. of Omahai Mra,
Robinson was the mother .ot six .children,
five of whom were married. They lth
eleven grahdchildred were' at the aged
mother eide when- she. passed away. Mrs.
Robinson was born in the county of Antrim,
Ireland. In 1824. Her hnsband was William
Robinson. She was a member ot St. John's
Episcopal church. - , :
' J. P. D. Bell.
BEATRICE, Neb., April 15. (Special.)
J.. P. D. Bell, for the past'wenty years a
resident of this city, ,died yesterday of
Brlght's disease after an Illness ot several
months. lie was a florist, which business
he engaged in soon after locating In this
city, and which he followed up to the time
of hla death. He was a native of New York
ana was es years .of age,. He la survived
by his wife and a family of Ave children.
an grown. .
Coerce . W. Coon. -
BEATRICE, Neb., April 15. (Special.)
George w. coon, aged 70 years, passed
away at his home in South Beatrice yes
terday or cancer. He leaves a widow and
eight children to mourn ' his death. The
funeral, will be held Thursday afternoon
from the fa&lly home.
' Muse Waterman;
MARSH ALLTOWN, la.. April 15. Moses
Waterman, a pioneer Iowa journalist and
for many years associate editor ot the
Times-Republican, la dead, aged 68.
I'ncl Ren ben's Onlatoa.
"They tu&r say what they please, but
listed hear me; I've taken all kinds ot
laxatives, purgatives and cathartics, but
when it comes to one that 1 easy and
pleasant to take, mild and gentle In It
action, and that makes one want an extra
slice of bacon for breakfast. Just give me
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet
and you may have alt the laxative syrups,
dyspepsia medicine and pills, little or big,
there are in tills country. Them Tablet
urely do make one feel Joyful."
-i, Saow-la Ohio- yniirrv'f
POINT PLEA8ANT. W. Vs., April 15.
The heavy rain of the last few day hav
been followed by floods. Today consider
able snow is falling along lb Ohio valley
a Vf U .a 1 Ah (uouutalns.
FAILS TO STOP A - RECOUNT
iKtrlmerJa Hefaaed FermUalea t Ak
itaadamsi Reatralalaa; Elec
tion Offleera. '
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' BrRlNOFlELb. 111. April 15. The su
preme court today denied the motion of
Congressman. William' E. Lorlmer ot Chi
cago for leave, to apply for a mandamus re
straining the election officers of the Sltlh
congressional district from permitting a
The supreme court ' holds that' the state
courts have no Jurisdiction.
STRIKES WILL PASS
(Continued, rem First Page.)
right of the employe -to leave his employ
ment whenever he See fit, end It Is the
right' of -the employer to discharge any
employ when he sees fit. .
6. Employers must be free to employ their
work people at' wages mutually satisfact
ory, without Interference or dictation on j
the part of th Individuals or organisations
not directly parties to such contracts.
. Employers most be unmolested and un-
hampered In the management of their busi
ness, and In the use of any method or sys
tems of pay which are Just and equitable.
7. NO limitation 'should be placed upon
the opportunities of any- person to learn
any trade to which he . or she may be
S. This assoclatloYi'dlsepprovee absolutely
of strikes and lockout and favors an equit
able adjustment of all differences between
employes and employers.
. The National Association of Manu
facturer pledges- Itself to oppose any and
all legislation not In accord .with the fore
'Form Employers' Federation.
The much-discussed resolution favoring
united action on labor matter by all em
ployer was next, submitted usd adopted
after a short debate. It follows: .
Whereae, In order to meet In a collective,
scientific and effectual manner the present
Industrial conditions arising from tha or
ganization ot labor. It Is necessary that
there be thorough organization among the
employers of labor .In kindred crafts, be it
Resolved, That the president of the Na
tional Association of Manufacturers an
point a comnuttee of seven who, with the
president and secretary, shall constitute a
standing committee on the organisation of
employer. , i
This committee at the request or any five
members of this association, employers of
kindred trades shall call a meeting of em
ployers of such. trade for th purpose of
forming an association, the general object
of which will be tj -.secure and preserve
equitable conditions In the workshops of
tho member whereby the Interests of both
employers and employes shall be properly
protected. And be It further
Resolved, That t-he president and secre
tary of this association be and hereby are
Instructed to co-operate with the offletrj
Of . such organizations .of employers to .torm
a permanent central organisation that will
create a clearing house for leas and pro
vide means for co-operation on matters of
common Interest. -:
The .following resolution encouraging the
organization of nonunion worktngmen was
also adopted: . , , .
Whereas, . An alarming tendency has
arisen upon the part of organised labor to
Infringe on the- just rights and privileges
vi me inuiviauai, as guaranteed oy tne con-
Binucion ana taws ot our country; ana
nsereu, in -several localities there Has
risen up among.i Independent workmen a
movement toward the organisation of such
workmen o protect : themselves against
methods of coercion and Intimidation used
uy certain anion -oe 'ir
Resolved. That the. National A Mncliirtnn
of Manufacturers-of the United State In
convention assembled heartily commendj
such .organization of .Independent workmen
to secure ana maintain tneir right and
that - this association herehv nlHna It
moral support to suck efforts.
Th warmest debate of the day occurred
when an attempt wa made to Instruct the
secretary: to print and distribute a. paper
read by John- Klrby of Dayton, O., charging
organized labor with tha direct rtinnmi.
Wlit'for mahy rurderj and other crimes.
tie was vigorously applauded, but numerous
delegate decKredl strongly against an offi
cial endorsement Jot his paper through dis
tribution by the association. After an hour'
discussion Mr. Klrby announced that he
did not wish hi paper printed except a a
part of the convention proceedings and
that ended the matter.
i Kiowa the World Over.
For. Its wonderful cares Dr. King' New
Dlscovery tor Consumption, Cou ,hs ' and
Colds. It cure or no psy. 50c and tl.
For sale . by Kuhn ft Co. , .
FORECAST : 0FTHE WEATHER
Showers Toalgrht or Tomorrow In Ne
braska, bat Fair la
, WASHINGTON,' April 15. Forecast:
' Nebraska and i Kansas Fair Thursday,
showers ft night pr Friday. ...
Iowa and Booth Dakota Generally fair
Thursday and Friday.
i Missouri Partly cloudy and warmer
Thursday and Friday. . ..
; Cpiradoana WyOminj Shower Thurs
day '.and 'probably Friday..
OFFTrK OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, .April 15. Offlchil record ot tem-
ferafure and precipitation compared wun
b corresponding flay of th last three
?7-V-.'. . .IMS. MM. 1901 1900.
Maximum temperature f 66 80 6i
Minimum temperature ... M 4a S7 ' 47
Mean temDeratur 4 49 - St
Precipitation ......4 .00 .05 .T .11
Record ot temperature and precipitation
at Omuha for thla day and since Marsh 1,
1803: - . . ,.
Normal temDeratur 49
Deficiency tor the day I
Total excess since aaarcn ...isj
Normal precipitation 11 Inch
Deficiency for th day .11 inch
Precipitation since aiarcn i .a men
Deficiency elnce March 1 2. 17 Inches
i ioii.-in-v for cor. oerlol. 190!.... 1.88 Inch
Deliclency for cor. period, 1W1 DC Inch
Report from Stations at T P. at.
CONDITION OF THB
Omaha, cloudy .i. ......
North Platte, clear ....
61 661 .00
S4 o .00
M (2 .0)
48 62 .04
6 2 .00
66 to .0)
61 4i .0)
40 40 .01
46 46 T
fr 64 .00
48 4X .01
60 62 T
ft) 61 .to
6u 62 .0)
68 621 .00
U i .00
Halt laae my. ciouay
Rapid City, clear
St. louls, cloudy ........
fit Paul, clear
Kansas t.uy. raining ..
T indicates precipitation.
. L A. WELSH,
Local Forecast Official.
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Cnntlon When bnytn Dnffy's Pnre
Malt Whiskey be sure yon gret the
arnnlne. Inscrnpnlons . dealer,
mindful of the excellence of this
preparatloa, will try to sell yon
cheap. Imitations and o-ealled Malt
Whiskey snlislltnte. which are pnt
on the market for profit only, and
which, far front relieving; the sick,
are positively harmful. Demand
"Daffy'" and be nre yoa net It. It
I the only absolntely pnre -malt
whiskey which contain medicinal,
health-erlvlnar qualities. Look for
the trade-mark. "The Old Chemist,"
on onr label.
The genuine at all druggists and grocers
or direct, $1.00 a bottle. It Is the only
whiskey recognized by the government as
a medicine. Thla is a guarantee. Valuable
medical booklet containing symptoms and
treatment of diseases ana convincing tes
timonials sent free to any reader of this
paper who will write Duffy's Malt Whiskey
Company, Rochester, N. Y.
MILLION LOST IN BLAZE
Fire Fiend Leviea Handstma Tribute from
Txan Oil Field .
MOLTEN u METAL" BLOCKS FIFTY WELLS
Fierce Flame Start When Workman
' Kick Over Lantern and Contlnae
Till Twenty Compnnle
BEAUMONT, Tex., April 15. A careless
workman kicked over a lantern at one of
Lhe Caldwell oil wells on block 38, Hogg
Swayne tract, on Spindle Top early this
morning and startod a fire that resulted
tn the loss of property valued at $1,000,000
and the bankruptcy of twenty or more of
the smaller companies. There were 175
wells In the burned area, but only Ave
derricks and pump houses sre left stand
ing. Every company that had property lu
the Hogg-Swayne tract is a IOBer.
The fire started near the southern edge
of block 88 and spread three ways. Pump
ing stations, derricks and pipe lines all
fell before It. Large engine and thick
pipe melted in the heat.
Fifty or more well probably are ruined
by molten tubing dropping into them a
a result of the fire. ' 1
The Texas, Sun, London Oil and Pipe
line, Guffey, Hlgglns and other companies
lost heavily through damage to their pipe
lines. The Hcywood tract waa saved only
after 'hard work.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Marketing! of Hogs Shows Continued
Falling; Off Compared with
Last Year. ,
CINCINNATI. April 15. (Special Tele
gram. The Prlc Current saya: Market
ing ot hogs has been moderate. Total
weatern packing waa 100,000, compared
with 830,000 the preceding week and 815,000
last year. Since March 1 the to' el is 2.
060,000, against 2,870,000 a year so. Prom
inent place compare a follovs:
Chlcsgo ....625.000 795.00)
Ksnsas Cltv 210,000 23O,0u0
SOUTH OMAHA ...2SO.000 76,000
St. Loui 165,000 130,00)
St. Joseph 178.0"0 lfX(.OO)
Indianapolis 71.000 93.000
Milwaukee 40.000 66,00)
(-lnnlnno.il 40 tan) KoiwVl
'Ottumwa 85.000 4!o00
Cedar Rapid 21,000 37.000
Sioux City 42.000 Jti,oOJ
St. Paul so.000 75,000
What '1'bey Demand.
Headaches, liver comp'alnts, bowel dis
orders demand Dr. King's New Lit Pills.
They are gentle, but cure or no pay. 26a.
For gal by Kuhn ft Co.
Death Was Accidental.
S10CX FALLS. 8. D., April 15. (Special
Telegram.) A coroner's Jury which was
summoned to Investigate the death ot 81
vert Anderson, who was Instantly killed
Monday by an Incoming Rock Island train
within th city limits, this afternoon re
turned a verdict to th effect that he was
I am organizing several person-
aiiv-conducttHi excursions fo
CaIifornlay April and Maj.
Ma j I send you full particulars
of special advantages offered?
Some ot the excursions are one
way 'only, in tourist sleepers,
Others are round-trip, in first
class Pullmans, for general
sightseers; good, if desired,
on limited trains.
The rates are very low.
Accommodations are excellent.
I have selected the'best Cali
fornia line the Santa Fe
and" confidently guarantee
a delightful outing.
Why not go this spring and
see California at its prettiest?
Such an opportunity seldom
Don't miss it.
Wrlto to E. L. PALMER, 409 Equitable
Bldg., De Molncs, and receive In reply
full particulars, with copy of beautiful
book about California.
AT UIAOINO BAR, OAS S AND OtTUQ TORCS.
0. HIR80H ft COMPANY,
Kansas Oitv Mo.
Turn your old
books Into money.
Telephone B 1357
I snd our represen-
tatlv will call.
"Ye Old Booke Shop,"
141 FAHNA1I ST.
A skin of beauty i u joy forever.
R. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM, OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES
RemoTes Tan, Pimples,
Frecklss, Mots Pstchaa.
Huh and Bklo lo-
rvi ana every
Or 'blemish an besutv.
J KM. . -
It taee stood the test
and is so hsrmlees
e Ueta It to be
sure It Is properly
msae. Aooept ao
eounterfelt of simi
lar name. Dr. L.
A. S re said to a
ledy of the haul.
ton (a patient):
"As yea ladies
will use them, I
recommend "ODIIHAPD'S CREAM ss the least
harmful of all the skin preparations." For sale by
ell UruKRleta and liucy goode dealers In tb United
8Utrs snd Rurope.
Ficnn. T. HOPKINS, rrop'r.
J7 Oreat Jones St.. N. Y.
S A POLIO
It ensure an enjoyable, Invlgor.
. ating bath ; . mckes every pore
- respond, remove dead kin,
ENBR0IZB5 THE WHOLE BODY
tarts the circulation, and leaves a
t'low equal to a Turkish bath.
ALL 0OClVS AND DRUOOIHT3
At the ORPHEUM
APRIL 17. .
A MONSTER TESTIflONIAL FOR
"5PUD" FARRISH THE PRINCE OF
OOOD FELLOWS A OREAT PER
FORMANCE DON'T fllSS IT.
DnVIVC Lt Two Weeks
DU I U O Regular tleason.
Sunday Mat., Night and Mon. and Tues.
'The Montana Outlaw"
Prices, Mat., tbc, 6jc; Night, Kc, too, 75c.
Wednesday and Thursday.
TIM MlRPIir la
. "THB CARPETBAGGER"
Prices, Ko, (Oo, The. tl 00. tl M Seats on
sals Wednesday, April ii.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE.
MATINEE TOM! ga- 25C
rice-Uc, 26, Wc,
tl ... -
?! I V1! iS I 'f'1 make a wan
O ifer-vA ,TwrMn'ten'.il his
i W GASH
FOR OLD eOOXS
3 i.;t5?3 i
(Should be lead DAILY by all Interested,
a changes may occur at any tune.)
Firelfc'n mulis for the wr k enuing Ap'
IS, la, will close (l'Hi)Ml TLY tn all c
at the general tostnfioe ea tol'ons: a m
eels post malls closet one hour (Mrl.rr til.. .a
rlo-lng time shown below. Pares p. at
malls lor Germany close at i p. m. I riilu).
HegMlar snd stipplrmrntarv moll closra:
foreign atatloh haifhour later -linn t-lo.-l.i,
time shown below ti-zt-ept that aupplniie.i
tary malVa for Kurope and Cvntrai Amrr
Ira. via t olun. rloee one hour later at iu.
I -At T a, m. for ' FKANCK
HAND, ltAl.V, BFA1N. Putt'
TLUAL. TURKEY IJIH'T. liKtCKL't;.
Bin i isii India and i.okk.7a mak-
Ql KZ, per s s. La Lorraine, va tiare
(mall for other parts oi l-.urope must wu
directed "per s, a. La lxirralne ').
8ATUKDAS Ai 6;8u a. m. tor KLKOl'K.
per s. s Krotii.tlnz Wlihelm, vm Plym
outh, Cherbourg and Dremeui at e. a.m.
for EL'ltuPE, per s. s. Jvi rnm, i t
Uueonstowni at a. ill. for iiu.i.UM'..l
d ii eel, per a. a, Zevlami tmali musi b
tllrected "per s. a. eeiand ; at a. lu.
lor 11ALY direct, pt-r a. s jra ma.i
must be directed "j) r s. a. U ra '. at ;.
a. m. for ivUl'l,A. l (ilro.. per . s.
Kurnes.U (mal. must bo uireutu ' t-e. a. a.
PRINTED MATTER, tTO.-Thls steamt-r
takes printed matter, timmt-roiul pairs
anil samples' tor Qerinnny only. l'i.e
fame class ot mall matter fcj oihr parlt
of Europe wilt not be arm by this snv
unloss specially directed by her.
Atter the cloning of the upp.eir.entary
transatlnntlc malis named auose. addi
tional supplemtntai y malls are tip. ne i on
the piers of the Amer.can, Kngilsn. r ieno.i
and titrnian steatmrs, mm lamu.n o,.-.i
until within ten minutes of the hour ot bull
ing of sleumer.
Mall for Honth and (entral America.
West Indie, File.
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for (JURA. YUCA
TAN. CAMPKCriK, TAllAbCO and
CHIAPAS, per s. . Esperanza tmall for
Other parts of .Mexico must be dliot.-d
"per s. s. Ksperanza' ); at S a. in, for
BERMUDA, per s. . Pretoria; at :.
a. m. tor ARUKNTINE, URUGUAY and
PARAGUAY, per s. a. Csnnlng; at U m.
for SANTIAGO, per s. s. Nlccto.
FRIDAY At U m. for MEXICO, per s. .
Matanzan, via Tamplro (mail must be di
rected "per s. k. Matanzas' ).
SATURDAY At KMO a. ni. (supplementary
tM a. m.) for PORTO RICO, CURACAO
und ENEZUELA, rer s. a. 1'hilad. 1
phla (mall for Savanllla and Cartagena
must be directed "uer s. s. Philadel
phia"); at a m. (supplementary bj.i)
a. m.y tor HAYTl arid SANTA MART A,
per s. . Adirondack; at 9.Z0 a. m. taup
plementary 10:30 a. m.) for CENTRAL.
AMERICA (except Costa Rica) and
SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS, per a, a. Al-f
llanca, v'h Colon (mall tor UuatemarM
must be directed "per s. e. Alllanca' ); atl
10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Morro Castle,
via Havana: at 12:3o p. m. for CUBA, per
s. s. Curltyba, via Havana.
Mails Forwarded Overland, lite., K-
CUBA By rail to Port Tamoa, Fla.. and
Ihcnca by steamer, closes at this office
dally, except Thursday, at 5:30 a. m. (the
connecting malls close here on Mondays,
. eanefOays ana baturuays).
MEXICO -CITY Overland, unless specially
less apeclally .
earner, closes (
inday, at l:dirf
at 1:0) p. m. f
addri-Keed for aespaicn oy steamer.
at this omce daily, except inaa
p. m. and ll:si p. m. eunaays
and 11:( u. m.
NEWFOUNDLAND By rail to North Syd
ney, and thence by steamer, close at ttili
office dally at 8:30 p. m (connecting ma.it
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thence
bv steamer, closes at this ofllce at 6:'i)
p. m. every Tuesday and Thursday.
MlWUELON By rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, closes at this ofllce dally at
t;30 p. m.
BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ AND
GUATEMALA By rail to New Orleans,
and thence by steamer, closes at tuls
office rialiy, except Sunday, at l:S0 p. m.
and 111:30 p. m., Sunday nt l:u0 p. in.
and 111 30 p. m. (connecting mall closes
here Mondays at ll:3o p. m.).
COSTA RICA By rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, closes at this oitice
dally, except Sunday, at fl:a0 p. m. and
111:30 p. m., Sundays at I1-.00 p. m. and
11:3(1 p. m. (connecting mail closes herd
'uesdays at 11:30 p. 'm.).
BAHAMAS (except parcels post malls) By
, rail to Miami, Florida, end theme by.
. nteamer, closes at this office at 5:3u a.m, .
every Wednesday. -Registered
mall closes at 1:00 p. m, pre
.. Transpacific Malls.
CHINA snd JAPAN, via Seattle, close here
dally at 6:3U p. m. up to April 115th. Inclu
sive, for despatch per a. s. Aki Maru.
HAWAII, JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
here dally at t:30 p. in. up to April (17th,
Inclusive, for despatch per v a. Hong
NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA (except
West). NEW CALEDONIA. JIJI,
SAMOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco,
close here dally at 6:39 p. m. after March
28th and up to Apr! 31tt, inclusive, for
despatch per e. a. Sierra. (If the dinar J
steamer carrying the British mail for
New Zealand doe not arrive in tim to
connect with this despatch, extra malls
cloning at 5:30 a. m., 9:30 a. in. and 6 3)
u. III., DUIIuajn n i. t ,tr.r m. ill., m u.
8:30 p. m. Will
until the arrlv
m ud to Aorll i-'tth. Inclusive, for d s-
nil ff laiiuisvu, ii 'r i
patrh per s. s. Mariposa.
AUSTRALIA (except Weat). FIJI
ISLANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, v a
Vancouver and Victoria, B. C; close hero
dallv at 6:30 n. m. after April lath and
Up to April tlith, Inclusive, for despatch
per e. a. Mlowera.
HAWAII. CHINA, JAPAN rnd specially
addressed matter for tn PHILIPPINE
ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to April :Bih, In
clusive, for despatch per . s. City of
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via 8an Fraii!
Cisco, close here daily at 6:30 p. m up to
April 2tith.-Inclusive, lor despatch per
U. S. Transport.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, rinse here
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to April -'?tli. in
clusive, for despatch per s. . Alameda.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver and
Victoria, B. C, close here dally at 6:Mt
p.m. up to April 2slh, Inclusive, for des
patch per e. a. Empress of China. Mer
chandise for U. 8. Postal Agency at
Shanghai cannot be . forwarded v. a
CHINA and JAPAN, via Tacoma. clou
here daily at 6:80 p. m. up to Mav I Hull.
inclusive, for despatch per s. s. ulympla.
Kole UnleeS otherwise addressed. We
AustrulU Is forwardel via E.ir ip-, a. id
New Zealand and PhlllfJp nee via San Fran
cisco tne quicKr-si routes, i nil ppines spa-
cially aaut-epseo. via t anaua or "v a
Europe" must be fully prepaid at the for
eign rates. Haw-all Is lor warded via San
TmnHiinclflc malls are forwarded tr nort
of sailing dally and the rchenule of closing
Is arranged on the presumption of ihi-r
uidnterrupted overland transit. Reg star I
mall t-loses at :' p. m. i rsvious ouy
CORNEUUS VAN COTT.
Foatofflce, New York, N. T.. April 10, 19 3.
oe maae up ana iorwara?
al of the Cunaril steamer.) 1
MARQUESAS ISbANDo, via I
..I U . I .. si 9 t
iri c umiy ni w . t kv '
PROPOSALS FOP IKDIAK "UPPLIES
Department of the interior. Office of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C, March 4. 1K('3.
Sealed proposals. Indorsed "Proposal lor
beef, flour, etc., as (ha vase may be, anj
directed to the Commtasior.t r of Indian A(.
fair, 266-267 South Canal street, Chicago.
111., will be received until 1 o'clock n. in., of
Tuesday. April 21, ISul, for f uriilsliii.g for
tbe Indian service, beef, flour, bacon, Lean,
coffee, sugar, rice, tea and other articles
of subsistence; also for boots and shots,
groceries, soap, baking powder, crockery,
agricultural Implement, paints, till, glaa.
tinware, wagons, harness, leather, shoe
findings, saddlery, etc., hardware, school
and medical supplies, and a lung list of
miscellaneous articles. Sealed proposals.
Indorsed "Proposal tor Blanket, woolen
and cotton goods, clothing, etc.,'' aa tbe
case may b and directed to th Commis
sioner of Indian Affairs, Nus. lls-121 Wooatar
street. New. York City, will b rerelved
until 1 o'clock p. m.. of Tuesday, May IV,
lbo3, for furnishing for tha Indian service
blanket, woolen and cotton good clothing, V
notions, hats and caps. Bias must be made
out on government blanks. Schedules giving V
all necessary information for bidders will
be furnished on application to th Indian
Office. Washington, D. C; th U. 8. Indian
warehouse, 11SMJ1 Wooster afreet. New
York City; South Canal street. Chi.
cage. 111.; H6 Howard street, Omaha, Neb.;
gut South Seventh street, St. Louts, Mo.;
tbe Commlsaarles ot Subsistence, U. S, A.,
at Cheyenne. Wyo.. and St. Paul, Minn.;
thuartrmaatr. U. 8. A., Seattle, Wash.;
tb postmaster at Bloux City, Tuscon,
Portland Spokane and Tacoma. and tbj
Manufacturers' and Producer' Association
of California, San Frant-lsco. Cel. Bids will 1
be opened al the hour and days abovu I
stated, snd bidders ar invited to b present I
at th opening. Th Department reserves
the right to determine th point of delivery
nd to reject any and all bids, or any part
f any bio. W. A, JONLS. CoinmUslorer.
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