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Till: OMAHA DAILY IlKEf TTEKHA Y, NOVKMPEK IT, lMft.
CUOOLS SHORT OF TEACHERS
EoferiDteauint Peares Eayi H Needs :
Mo.t Help at Ones.
BOARD BALKS AT INtXPEPIENCED GIRLS Advertising
and October, ltxfl, and the amount remain
ing November 1. 190S; also, a comparative
statement of the expenditures for the first
four month of the fiscal year I!i2-lm3 and
the firm four months of the fiscal year
1W0-14; and the funeral fund warranta
outstanding November 1, 1903.
llonul. Kpcnd'd Remain'
Lint t 1 lr Xamr Nnbmltted by
llesoletloa is IjM Over far One
. Meeting, Althoeah I'.ndomed
That the school district of Oniahu I
hort of nvullulile teachers wae the state
ment maiie nt the Hoard of Kducatlon last
night In connection with a resolution that
would permit BliiQ young women who have
nt had tha required out aide experience to
take positions in the local achoola. Al
though It wag plainly the temper of the
bourd to reject the resolution, It waa laid
over until the next meeting. The reason
given for tho present acarclty of Instruct
ors In that many of the regular force are
absent because of tha sickness of them
elves or ' famllie, while early in tha
year there were many resignation owing
to marring. '
The resolution In question waa presented
by the committee on teachers on examina
tions and wa advocated by Superintendent
Pea roe. It aought to authorise the em
ployment of nine young women who have
passed the required examination after
graduating ' from one year's course at
the state normal school, hut who have not
yet taught . a. year outside of Omaha as
demanded by tho rules. They have, aerred
nineteen months or more aa cadeta or vol
untecrs without pay In the lower grades.
The superintendent explained that they
were allowed to take the examinations be
cause their lack of experience waa not
known until after the) papers were aent In.
Members Stand for Rales.
Member Rice Immediately offered opposl
tlon to tha departure and said that th
achoola are for the purpose of educating
pupils; not teachers,. He found fault with
the radetshlp Idea, and aatd It did not
bring good results. He added that he knew
Superintendent rears was "hard up" for
teachera, but declared he did not consider
this a sufficient reason for disregarding the
Member Mcintosh took the same stand,
saying that many rooms In the local
hools were becoming crowded and that
unexperienced girle should go to districts
outalde where the work Is lighter, fir pre
llmlnary experience. He mentioned that
he' had visited a room tn the Farnajn
school recently where sixty-three children
were assembled, the air being Impure be
causa of crowding.
Just before this resolution was preaented
the same committee submitted a proposed
change to the rules. that would admits any
person to teach In tha Omaha achoola with
out an examination, provided thay held a
"professional life certificate" good In Ne
braska and laaued by tha proper authorities
after the applicants had properly qualified.
This, also was laid over under the rules.
Blg Order for Desks.
Tha board authorised the purchase of
&92 school deaks of varying sixes from tha
Superior Manufacturing . company of Mus
kegoh, Mick., for $1,070. Most of the desks
coma at $1.85 and a few at tl.90. Competl
tlon brought seven bidders, and the on ac
cepted waa tha lowest, as well as furnish
ing. In the opinion of the board, the moat
, Truant Officer Parker reported that he
had caught forty-one truants during Octo
bar, had sent ninety-eight 'children tinder
15 years to school and had caused fifteen
arrests of parents for noncompliance with
tha compulsory education laws, since Sep
' Application of tha Qerman Evangelical
Frledens for a room at tha Lake school
Saturday afternoons to be used by their
children In acquiring German; from the
threa assistant janitors at th high school
for a raise In pay from 140 a month and
-from the basket ball squad at the high
school for use of the gymnasium evenings,
were referred to committees for Investlga
tlon and report.
John NT Frenser sent a communication to
the board saying that he kad been offered
tl.000 for tha unused Douglas street school
site. The offer was referred to the commit
tee on buildings and property.
J. J. Smith acted as chairman, as both
President Johnson and Vice President May
nard were absent.
Flatauaecs of th lekMli.
Secretary Brugerg submitted th follow
ing statement of tha amounts apportioned
for th various departments for th fiscal
year ending Jun to, 1904, . the amounts
expanded ' during July, August, September
Draw., kln'ig. &.
Kxnress ana irt. .
Improvements ... 10.000
nnurance prem... sum
Interest and ex
Light and fuel,
Maps, charts and
Piano rent and
and clerks lZ.son
PDeclal taxes .... 1.0W
Stationery ft sup-
- , i - tnrt
Miscellaneous .. Ti,bW
Insurance fund.. 1.0UO
26 91 1
. 150 00
' 34 90
10 ,158 27
Totals 1597.350 197,956 03 $499,OT3 97
rnmnuniiva statement of expenditures
for first four montha of fiscal year 1902
1W and first four montha fiscal year 1S03
1st 4 u off, 1st aios.
Fiscal Yr. Flscnl Yr.
Advertising I 39 50 I Z
Architect s services .... "
Books 25 75
C'enaus enumerators 918 77
Draw., kind, and musio
Election expenae el 04
Electric power 18 00
Examining committee.. io v
Kx press ana ireigni i"
Furniture ana fixtures., j.nai j
Insurance premiums 9 W
Intorost and exchanae.. 3.39( 01
Janitors .527 83
Iight and ruei gas to i
Maps, charts and globes
Piano rent and tuning..' ......
ReDali's '"t" ?!
Salaries officers & elks. 3,i3iU
Stationery and supplies 2,527 81
' '25 80
FIRST DAY OF CUBAN DEBATE
Republican and Denucratio Leaders in
House Talk of B.!L
PAYNE SAYS NO INDUSTRY IS HARMED
Drtaormta Take OiporlU to Make
Talka a Ueseral Tariff? l. w,
bat Will gapport th
Bill an Vote.
. .$60,426 40 897,956 03
fc 9,078 81
ntow 1 1a WMWW
Cash In treaaury Nov. 1. 1908 X9S47i
Deficit Nov. 1. 1903 .,'.....$75,903 83
Monmouth Park echool building
fund e,vw w
COMPANY TO MOVE WIRES
Tliba People Mast near r-x-
peaa ofo Transferrins! Alarm
Th council decided yesterday afternoon
that th Nebraska Telephone company
under Its contract, la required to bear the
xnense .of transferring the wires of th
fir and police alarm system to other poles,
or to erect additional poles wherever tne
lack of them, due to the light company
conduit makes such an arrangement neces
sary. The company has a contract for th
malntalnanee of th system ana asxea in
city to bear th expenae of new materials
in changing from th light company's poles
which ar already being wrecked. City At.
tornay Wright pointed out, however, that
by reason of the maintenance clause the
cost will fall upon- th corporation.
RUNS RUSTY NAIL IN FOOT
R. E. Bnnderlaa Meet witn Accident
t (Urund Island and Is
Laid t n.
'Mr. Sunderland hi not setting on as
well aa w had hoped," said J. A. Sunder
land yesterday evening. "W hop that
nothtna- eenoue will result but you can
never tell In a case of this kind."
R. K, Sunderland stepped on a rusty nail
Friday in Grand Island wnne at tnat
nlce on business and his friends hav
felt some uneasiness sine then. He I
turned Friday evening from th west, mil
has not been down to business.
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FORECAST. OFJHE WEATHER Mh
Promise of Fair and Contlnned Cold i
for the West Generally.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16.-Forecas.t:
For Nebraska, North Dakota, South Da
kota and Kanaaa: Fair and continued cold
Tuesday and Wedneaday. .
For Iowa: Fair and colder Tuesday;
. For Colorado, Wyoming. Montana: Partly
cloudy and continued cold Tuesday and
Wedneaday, with snow In the mountain
OFFICE OF THE WEtTHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Nov. 16. Official record of tem
perature and pieclpHauun compared with
WASHINGTON, Nov. Itl.-The house of
representatives began the consideration of
the Cuban reciprocity bill today. Mr.
Dalsell (rep.. Pa".) reported a resolution
providing that the bill reported from the
waya and means committee should be con
sidered to the exclusion of all other busl
ness until 4 o'clock Thursday, when a vote
will be taken without Intervening motions.
Mr. Williams (dem., Misj.) speaking for
the minority In opposition to the rule de
clared It was about the most drastic rule
ever Introduced In the house, saying It shut
oft all right to perfect the bill, lit said tint
the minority desired to offer an amendment
which proposed to strike out the "double
barreled pledge" contained In the blil. Ap
plause from the democratic aide greeted his
statement that the bill tears down one-fifth
of the schedules built up by the republicans.
vThe amendment It was desired to offer
was the one decided upon in the democratic
caucus Saturday night.
Mr.De Armond, dem., (Mo.) spoke In op
position to the adoption of( the rule to
ahut off amendments. He desired to
amend It. Mr. DeArmond waa applauded
by his coleaguee.
Mr Dalsell, replying to the charge that
the rule was a most draatio measure, re
verted to the time when the Wilson bill
was pending, Mr. Crisp being speaker, say
ing that he commended the minority to a
study of their own parliamentary history.
Mr. Grosvenor (O.) said the minority
wanted to mutilate the bill and say it I a
child vof their's, "but," he said, "we don't
want a child of that kind born in this
house." lie spoke for the adoption of the
Mr. Williams demanded the yeas and
nays on the adoption of the rule and they
were prde.red. The rule was adopted, 176
yeas to 155 nays.
With the announcement of the vote Mr.
Williams (Miss.) asked unanimous consent
to propose an amendment to the rule for a
yea and nay vote on the amendment pro
posed by the minority, with twenty min
utes discussion on each side, a vote then to
be taken on the bill. Mr. Payne objected.
Mr. Barnes, assistant secretary to the
president, bearing a message 'from the
presiaenc, was . announced. The message
referred to the committee on foreign
The house then went Into committee of
th whole, with Mr. Sherman (N. Y.) lit
Th minority voted unanimously against
th rule. Th republicans voting against
Its adoption were Messrs. W. A. Smith,
Fordney, Loud, McMorran (Mich.), Brooks
and Hogg (Cal.) , '
Mr. Payne opened the debate, urging the
pasaage of the bill.
Mr. Payne said that no harm would be
wrought to the sugar Industry by the legis
lation now proposed, and likewise the to
bacco mdustry could not be harmed by the
proposed new arrangement. : He added that
no Industry would be affected by the per
fection of the treaty. - He said, 'In reply to
an Inquiry, that he did not expect new In
dustries to b established while this ques
tion was belnj agitated. , ,
"Our national pride appeals to us to paes
the bill," said Mr. Payne lit conclusion.
Mr. Williams, dem. Mlss.), denied that
the minority desired to amend th bill In
order to kill It or to kill the treaty. He
read the minority report giving th reasons
why the minority desired to amend the
Mr. Williams held the republicans re
sponsible for th fact that the treaty Is not
In effect today. Referring,, to Mr. Payne,
Mr. Williams said: "As to that part of his
speech which advocates this bill upon Its
merits It Is almost aa sudden a conver
sion as that of St. Paul on his way to Da
mascus; it Is almost aa sudden an occur
rence as was this recent birth of the new
Republto of Panama." Mr. Williams spoke
only a few minutes, reserving the right to
close th debate for the minority.
Bays' Tariff if Perilous.
Mr. Swanaon, dem. (Va.)r discussed the
perils which be said threaten our foreign
commerce by the new tariffs , passed In
other countries In retaliation for the Ding
ley act ' He insisted that unless conces
sions are made from the present tariff be
fore long all of Europe will be combined in
commercial warfare against this country.
He discussed Chamberlain's policy, saying
that 55 per cent of our foreign trade was
with the United Kingdom and her colonies.
aald, waa Jeopardised by
Swanson then discussed
tbe evils which he said resulted from the
failure of thla country to negotiate a treaty
with Canada. The exclusive policy of the
Dlngley act. he declared, would destroy our
foreign commerce, and remarked that the
republican party would never modify It.
Mr. Swanson said the threatened dangers'
to the foreign commerce of thla . country
would make tariff reform and reduction the
live and burning Issue in politics.
Mr. Robinson (Ind.l, taking as Ms text
a treasury statement, argued against the
republican pollcv, which he said was that
of excessive taxation. He gave figure
showing public moneys held by banks
throughout the country, commenting on
the way In whl-h It Is distributed .and
charging that It la wrung from the people
by the present system of taxation.
At 4:46 p. ni. the committee rose and the
speaker announced the following members
of the committee oil the enrolled bills:
Messrs. Watcher (Md ), Hurka (Pa.), Wil
son (III ), landls One.). Moyd (Mo ), John
son (S. C), Llvernash (Cal.). The List three
are demoornts. A letter from Mr. Hall of
Texas, announcing his resignation, was
read. The house adjourned at 4:50 p. m.
CONFIRMATIONS BY SENATE
Genernl Yoamsj Is Lieutenant General
nnd Large Number of Diplo.
WASHINGTON, Nv. lG.-The senate In
executive session confirmed the following
John Rarrctt of Oregon, minister plenl-
Sotentiary to Argentine republic; John P.
ackson of New Jersey, minister pleni
potentiary to Greece, Roumanla and Ber
vla and diplomatic .-neent In Hulgaria:
fttanford Newell of' Minnesota, minister
plenipotentiary tt the Netherlanda and
Luxemburg: Hamilton King of Michigan,
minister plenipotentiary to Slam; Spencer
V. Kddy of Illinois, secretary of the em
bassy to flt. Petersburg: IWis Klnsteln
of New York, third secretary of the em
bassy at Paris, T'lilllpp M. Brown of Mas
sachusetts, secretary of the legation at
Guatemala and Honduras: James C Bailey
of Kentucky, Secretary of the legation nt
Costa Rica and San Salvador; John W.
Garrett of Mnrylund,; secretary of the lega
tion to the Netherlands ana Luxemburg;
Peter Augustus Jay )f Rhode Island, sec
retary of the legation at Constantinople:
Stanton Sickles of New York, secretary of
the legation at Hrussels; Robert M. Wln
throp of Massachusetts, secretary of the
legation at Madrid; H. P. Fletcher of Penn
sylvania, secretary of the legation at Pe
king; G. It. I.orrllard of Pennsylvania, sec
retary of the legation at. Havana; U. G.
Smith of Pennsylvania, second secretary
of the legation at Constantinople; H. F.
Greene of Minnesota, civil service com
mlasioner: H. M. Calnbaugh of Maryland,
chief Justice of the supreme court of the
District of Columbia; J. C. Prltchard of
North Carolina,- associate Justice of the
supreme court of the district of Colum
bia; 8. N. Dexter of Massachusetts, di
rector of the census; P. 8. Oliver of New
York, assistant secretary of war; J. B.
Vreeland, attorney for the dlatrlct of New
To be lieutenant general: Major Gen
ernl Samuel 8. M. Young, U. 8. A. To be
mujor general: Brigadier General Samuel
8. Sumner. Colonel Georga F. Klliott.
fnlted States marine corps to be brigadier
general, commandant of the murine corns.
Also a number of army, naval and marine,
corps promotions and appolutments. ,
DEMOCRATkTpOW WOW HELD
Leading; Members of the Senate Met
In Caucus Yesterday to. Dis
ease Canal Matters.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 'If,. Democratic
members- of the senate caucused today, but
were unable to get together as to a P'o
gram for canal legislation.
Several senators In leaving the caucus
bitterly complained of the lack of harmony
which 1 prevailed. Benfttor Gorman said of
"It was our first pow-wow in which we
all talked and we will do oir thinking af
The resolution which- was discussed at
greatest length declared, that the sentiment
of democrats to present the . earth 1 law
should be put In operatton by the president.
The resolution declared the Spooner law
to, be "the present law"' governing' the
course of the Uniteti 'States regarding a
canal. .--" . .ne"c'
Censure for the president for bis alleged
asaistance of th Panama revolt, but pledg
ing support If a canal treaty was nego
tiated with the new republic was the pur
pose of a resolution-. offered : by Senator
Bacon as a substitute for the Carmack
A compromise was proposed that the
steering committee be authorised to hold a
conference with a committee of democratic
membxers of the house to be appointed by
Representative Williams, for the purpose
of preparing some party policy on all
matters which will come before the senate
In the extraordinary session.
A proposal to authorise Senator Gorman
to appoint a committee of five to devise a
program on which there would be at least
a righting cnance or uniiea action was
made and for a time It appeared that a
solution of the differences had been
I 4 7 e:
To Repeal Fifteenth Amendment.
WASHINGTON," Nov. 16. Representative
Underwood (Ala.) Introduced a resolution
to amend the constitution by annulling the
fifteenth amendment. A similar resolution
was Introduced by Senator Hardwlck (Ga.l,
who also wants section two of tha fourth
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DOANE OUTCLASSES MEDICS
Final Score of the Contest Stands Thirty
Three to Six.
LONG RUNS .THE TEATURE OF THE GAME
Dacray Makes Only Score for the
Medics by Getting; Ball from a
' IMleap and Run ale
Length of Field.
CRETE, Neb., Nov. 16. (Special Tele
gram.) Doane easily outclassed the Lin
coln Medics on the gridiron this afternoon,
though saving some of their best men for
the coming Grand Island contest. The lo
cals took the game by a score of 33 to 8.
The visitors did not eurn their touchdown,
but got It when Ducray extracted the ball
from a pile-up and sprinted across a clear
field a distance of thirty-five yards. The
feature of the game whs Brownell s eighty
yard run for touchdown. After but a
few minutes of play Brownell chased
the Medics' left end and scored a touch
down. The Lincoln official thought best not
to allow it, and returned the ball to the
twenty-five-yard line, from where Doane
carried It over In a few swift plays.
Shortly after the next klckoff Brownell
scored a touchdown after a run of eighty
yards. Vance was shoved over for a third
touchdown a few minutes later. At the
next klckoff the Medics punted back to
Doane, and as Day was downed on the
first play the wily Ducray stole the bull
from him and made what was allowed to
stand as a touchdown for the Medics. A
thlrty-seven-yard run by Brownell nnd a
fe wswlf t plunges resulted In . Dpane's
fourth touchdown, and two long runs
had landed th ball on the Medics' twelve
yard line when the first half ended. Tid-
ball had kicked two of the goals, leaving
the score 22 to 6 in Doane' s favor.
The second half waa largely a repetition
of the first, the Modlcs perhaps playing a
little better, once advancing the ball thirty
yards on line plunges. However, they never
endangered Doune's goal, while lis defend
ers secured two more touchdowns.' BroWuell
kicked one goal, leaving the final score:
Doane,' 83. Medics, . 6. Brownell, Tldball,
Day -and Vance did Une work for the lo
cals. White, Purd Snyder and Ducray
showed up best for the visitors. The
five and twenty
U. K.I I.
R. H H.
tv. Time of
' With the Bowlers.
On Clark's alleys last evening the Omahas
won the first and the Krug Parks the last
two games of the series. It was rather a
surprise to even the Kruga. but this 1ms
been a season of surprises. The teams are
so evenly - matched this year that every
series is a matter of speculation until the
last game is rolled. ,
Drexels won two out of three games from
the Lents & Williams eam by twenty-six
1st. d. 3d. Total.
Seaman 178 17 14:1 4X8
Stearns 141 173 1W 151
Molyneaux .., 1M lfi'2 ' lti!) 4$n
Davlnon 172 147 1h) 515
Sullivan 159 . 123 118 4:ui
Total..'.".'...' ...809"" 762 796 2301
A LKNTZ & WILLIAMS. ' '
1st. . 'Jd. 3d. Total.
Rartsrh 11 1N4 MX
Ernst liKl 14l 1. 1 I7-J
Begelke U'4 It! 1U2 IIS
Johnson 1M 1MJ 174 4XH
Zltxiuuii .....i;:5 110 141 11)1
Totals 777 -712 822 2MI
1 -eli man ....
H72 824 2.5ij
Tonight the Wuverlys and Clarksons, who
are tied In the race, will try conclusions
at the same alleys.
Last night on the Western alleys the
WELCOME, GRIDIRON VICTORS
Kturirnt Hoir- at I'nlrrraltg Give the
Klevew a threat lie-
eciitlou. . -
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nib., X.'ov. It!. (Rpeclal Tele
gram.) I 'pon the return of the loot brill
team tonight from a victorious trip to
KHiisrts tiie members were fc'lven a wel
come, the like of which had never before
been .'ecu in Lincoln. The train was met
by inlhUMliistlc cltlxcna and students to
the l.umbcr of hundreds. Tne boys were
literally carried from the cars, yiuced In
a gaily decorated band wagon und the
crowd hauled w tin over town and then
to the university, tho proceslon being
hH(l.-d by the band.
Roscoe Pound called the meeting to order
when the crowd assenihled in the Chanel
und with the assistance of the crowd made
exc-h member stand up and show hunm-lf.
Several of them muile short talks, thank
ing the people for their enthusiasm. Coach
Booth stated that the Kunaua game was
the hardest that Nebraska ever played.
Table Hark Retires Victorious.
TABLE ROCK,' Neb . Nov. k 'Special i
The Table Rock High school foot ball
team defeated the Wymore High school
team on the home gridiron in a good,
clean game, 22 to 0. The features were long
end runs. Captain flyde Conant of the
home team scored two touchdowns on
forty-yard runs. This game closed a suc
cessful season for Table Hock, with four
victories and one defeat.
ng day of the laat three
' Nrty Stua.
1903. 1902. 1901. laoiV
Maximum temperature ... 27 37 41 2
Minimum temperature ... zi zs in 23
Main temtM-rature 24 33 X0 2t
Precipitation 01 T .00 T
- Recort of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and since March 1,
Normal temperature 31
nrdciencv for the day 1
Total excess since March 1.,..: 131
Normal preolpltatlon f 03 Inch
neftclencv for the day 02 Inch
TotHl rainfall since March I. ...II 96 Inches
Exceos since Marrn l x.17 inches
Tte-rti-Utncv for cor. period. 1902.. 1.92 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 19ul.... 6.40 inches
Report treat Statloas a T P. M.
CONDITION OF TUB
JOHN ALDEN "SPEAKS FOR HIMSELF
AND ASKS F0R M0RE READY BITS
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Omaha, clear 22 !7 .01
Valentine, clear )i ltd .20
North l'latie. partly cloudy .... IK 2j .00
Cheyenne, snowing 8 SO .04
Sa't ljtk City, snowing 26 SI I .01
Rapid City, cleir 2 12 j T
Huron, clear lu IS T
Wlllltfton, cloudy 2 4: '.00
Chicago, cloudy . 48 ,.01
St. -Louis, cloudy in bo, T
Hi. Paul, clear is a .00
Duveupurt. cloudy i 4i T
Kansas I'liy. rlear to Sri T
Havre, partly cloudy 4 0 .tfi
Helena, clear 2 T
hianwrrk, rlear 41 101 .U0
iMtlvcatou. clear T2 7s. T
T -'ilaUsN. 1 lKlliifriBMiiiit I
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r f i Mauww." mil wiiIkhm, I Below aero.
I I tmaie' CuuM, u4 aut muiv I T indicates usee r' precipitation.
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made from ambered wheat thrice cooked goes crisp
and fresh from our
NEW ENGLAND OVENS
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