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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. MARCH 30. 1904.
SPIRITED DEBATE IN SENATE
Ktmberi Critx'n B.l! for an Additional
MISBRANDING OF SALMON DISCUSSED
Tko Vote Rem-hed Owlni l Onnoal
tloa nt Senators Whs Hold Bill
Interferes vtlta IndUldnal
WASHINGTON, March . The WU au
thorising the erection ef an additional eg.
tcutlve department building was today
again, the subject of spirited debate In the
aenate and after several hours- debate It
remalna unacted upon. Senators divided
largely on the question of location, but
there also was talk as to the necessity of
better office accommodatlona for the senate
and the supreme court. During the day
there trail renewed effort to aa the bill
prohibiting tbo misbranding of aalmon, but
owing tp the opposition of senators, who
hold that the bill Is calculated to Interfere
with the rights of Individual atatea under
the guise of an effort to control Inter
elate commerce a vote waa not reached.
' Mr. Teller cr1ti Ised the bill, saying that
as originally reported It waa made possible
to prosecute the seller of even a single
can of aalmon. lie also Raid that the
bill ahowa a tendency to Interfere with
commerce between the atatea In a harmful
Explaining the reason fur the passage
of the bill, Mr. Fulton aald that most
varieties of salmon were labeled In the
name of the Columbia river and Puget
Round varieties, the best on the market.
Thin, he aald, waa a fraud, and should be
Mr. Spooner found In the bill a tend
ency of paternalism, but said that legis
lation auch as that aought might properly
be made applicable to salmon for Alaska.
Wait! Capitol Completed.
Mr. Bpooner advocated the completion of
the capltol building aocordli.., to the orig
inal plans and the erection of a building
for the aupreme court, whose members,
he Raid, are paying for office quarters out
of their own purses. Mr. Allen Raid the
proposed addition would give elxty-slx
more rooms and In the past there had been
some assurances that the houri would
aurrender aome of the rooms In the south
nd of the building, so aa to give a suf
ficient number of rooms for all senators.
Replying to Mr. Newlands he declined to
express an opinion aa to whether there
would be sufficient accommodation for sen
ators from many new states.
Mr. Teller thought the proposed depart
ment building would be none too large for
the Department of Commerce and Labor
alone, saying that under the law creating
the department Its scope Is limited only
by the appropriation given It. In view of
the probable demands of the future, be
suggested the wisdom of a building com
mittee to have charge of the entire mat
ter. Mr. Teller declared the pension
building should be torn down on account
of It character. He thought the govern
ment should buy all the property south of
Pennsylvania avenue west of the capltol
and locate all future buildings on that
ground. After further debate the senate
rejected the amendment of Mr. Oalllnger
fixing the feea of architect at 2H per cent,
and, at 6:90 p. m., adjourned.
ralgned President Roosevelt and Attorney
General Knox regarding the trusts. Be
fore he came Into office, he said, he was
recognised aa a trust buster," hut alnce
then alt Ma Indictment! against the trusts
were at once turned Into apologies. Me
aald the president was a "harmless agi
tator" and declared him to be an unsafe
Mr. Campbell (Kansas) discussed the
tariff question and aald a protective tariff
necessary for the annual atipport of the
was the only means by which the money
government could be raised.
Many members on the democratic side
Interrupted Mr. Campbell with questions
regarding the upholding of trusts through
a protective tariff policy. He, however, as
serted that protection wis not the mother
of trusts, aa repeatedly had been charged
by the democrats.
Mr. Williams (III.) criticised the repub
lican party for Its failure to fulfill Its plat
form promises. The Issue of tariff reform,
he maintained, waa stronger now than In
The president, he said, was too cowardly
even to refer to the question of tariff tn his
last message, and the floor leader of the
republicans openly admitted In the house
that the republican party dare not touch
the tariff until after the presidential elec
tion. Mr. Williams referred to the merger de
cision and aald the president and attor
ney general had been exchanging con
gratulations upon the decision, and the at
torney general had rushed Into print to
assure the other trusts of the country
that they need not be alarmed and were
In no danger "so long aa they 'stood pat'
on the republican party."
If the republlcana were In earnest In
prosecuting trusts, he said, they would go
on with It "while the court is with you
and the people are with you, and If the
law Is not with you amend the Isw before
congress adjourns, and every democrat will
remain here to vote for your amendment."
Under the puny prosecutlona of trusts, he
said, only $25,000 of the large amount ap
propriated had been expended.
He then launched Into a bitter denuncia
tion of the republicans for falling to In
vestigate the Postofflce department.
He further attacked Mr. Roosevelt, when
he said there were many Indictments In his
administration which Justify the appre
hension that "on some strenuous occasion
he in liable to go off too suddenly and too
Inconsiderately In aome of the graver af
fairs of the government."
General debate on the sundry civil bill
then closed and the bill was read for
DISCT8SIXG THE STATEHOOD BILL.
CLOSE SISDRY CIVIL BILL DEBATE.
Haas Larks Speakers sad Mr. Wil
liams Harps on Postofflce.
WABmNQTON( March .-For the want
of speakers general debate on the sundry
civil appropriation bill In the house waa
closed several hours before the time agreed
en. and the bill was read for amendment.
Seventy-five pagea were dlaposed of, the
only Important amendment being that pro
viding for an Initial appropriation of $500,
W for the completion of the oapltol build
ing or according to the original design.
Mr. Campbell of Kansas and Mr. Will
lama of Illinois were the principal speakers
today, the former defending the protective
tariff policy of the republican party and
the latter denouncing the republicans for
falling to Investigate the Postoffice depart
Mr. Wllllama aald that the scandals In
that department will become an Important
Issue In the coming campaign. He ar-
Dotrled Ooodna&i 'm.
W P Hi ("j M
"Comi.giw a ttMttofoar qatlttj.'
Wiener 2?ifr the embodiment
of honest components and
iconiummtte skill in the art of
brewing. Has character and taile
that's indescribably pleasing.
tor it down town. . 1
Send a case
Omaha Branch lilt Douglas Bt. Tel. 1061.
Santa Fe May Be Capital of Arlaona
and Gnthrle of Oklahoma.
WASHINGTON, March P averat fea
tures of the new statehood bin Were dls
rseS before the house committee on ter
ritories today by Representative Curtis of
Kansao. Mr. Curtle urged that the con
stitutions of the new atatea be required
to contain ample provision for the protec
tion of the Indiana In their treaty rights
with the United States. Some features
of the bill which have not heretofore been
made public are that the state to be
known aa Oklahoma shall be entitled to
five representatives In the house of repre
sentatives. The state of Arizona Is to
have two representatives. The capital of
Oklahoma Is to be Guthrie and that of
Arizona Santa Fe.
The congresslnal districts nf Oklahoma
are defined In the bill as follows:
District numbered one shall comprise the
counties of Grant, Kansas, Garfield, Noble,
ii., ,r,m Lrln.fl.hr 1 j-wan Pjivne. Lin
coln and the territory comprising the Osage
and Kansas Indian reservations.
District numbered two snail comprise
the counties of Oklahoma, Canadian,
Blaine. Caddo. Custer, uewey, way.
Woods. Woodward and Beaver.
District numbered three ahall comprise
all the territory now constituting the
Cherokee, Creek and Seminole natlona. but
Indian reservations lying northeast of the
Cherokee nation within said state.
District numbered rour man comprise
all that territory now constituting the
Choctaw nation lying east or tne ninety
seventh meridian of west longitude.
District numbered five shall comprise the
counties of Greer. Roger. Mills, Kiowa,
Waahlta, Comanche, Cleveland and Potta
watomie, and that part of the territory
comprising the Chickasaw nation lying
west of the ninety-seventh meridian of
The bill appropriates 1100,00 to defray
the expensea of the constitutional conven
tion of Arlaona and 176,000 for the tame
purpose of Oklahoma. Four sections tn
each township In Arizona are set apart aa
school landc. The full subcommittee of
the territories committee will meet to con
alder the bill Thursday.
A Wonderful Change,
Weak, sickly Invalids are Boon changed
by Electric Bitters Into healthy men and
women. They cure or no pay. BOc. For
sale by Kuhn A Co.
SPORTING WORLD HANDICAP
Salt 1. M ana 7 Washington M.. Chicago, II
, Single Copies do Oats. 2 Weekly.
We mala J on wis. All w aak la to l us a
fair trial so that you can b convinced; we raallj
get inaltta information.
Maoday. March 11 Quit. 4-1. won: Galanthua. 1-1.
foiy OraadDa. 1-1. 24: Ladaar. 1-1. woa.
Taaaday, Marrh tt Martina, 1-1, woe; lacaboao.
woa . Baoantrai, -;, iru.
Wadnaaday. March II Walrom Light, 4-1. wa
Foiy Urajidu. ?'t-l. woa; Want Nlehl. at, won
Myronara,ala, 1-1, non.
Tnuraday. March :.-?hrlna. 10-1. won; St. Tarn-
saanr. 7-1, woa; I nas t roaa. T-lo, won; Honolulu. 44.
Friday. March IV -fan I CliSord. 11. won: Ka
nalnater, t-1, o.i. Foil Oraodpa. I I, won; Ala
Saturday. March 14 Bala. 1-1. won: Lor Mal
tMurna, II. wja, Laltria, t-1, won; Ml lad I Lxt.a,
Hoa'i (kit ihow wa Kaa na atjuala la thla tin of
kualnaaat Wa will rarar you Uj any of our auk
a rlbara aa to tha tnaaty o( our advartlaankant ao4
will turfall 11. CI I.' they do sot .arlfjr thla otaia
ment. Olva ua a trial an4 ba coov!nre4 that wa da
llvar tha gouda. A 1 flat bai oa aarh apactal for
tka waak a. hadul4 abova would maka a net winning
of fit. Ian you beat It? All bualnaaa nuat ba
ImaaaoteS through our offtra In C'hUago. aa wa hava
so autald agania rnprawratlog our aalnvtlona. To
oul-wf.town aubacribara wa gtva throa data' trial
trwa. Khctoaa 91 to aaaura ua you racoiva our wtro.
jadHK W. IRWIN. Mgr.
HEARST MEN ARE 151 RLL CONTROL,
Ex-Senator Fetllgrrew to Head Dele
Brat Ion lo National Convention.
8IOUX FALLS, March (Special Tele,
gram.) The democratic atate convention In
this city tomorrow for the purpose of se
lectlng eight delegates to the St. Louis
convention will be the best attended ever
held by the democrats of South Dakota.
Hearst men are certain to control It. The
plan of the Hearat managers was to select
former United States Senator Pettlgrew
for temporary chairman of the convention,
but this part of the plan was abandoned.
The Hearst partisans favor Instructing the
delegation to the national convention for
Hearst. They also favor selecting ex-Senator
Pettlgrew to head the delegation and
selecting E. 8. Johnson of Armour as the
South Dakota member of the democratic
The old line democrats hope to elect one
of their number as a member of the na
At a meeting of the atate committee to
night S. A. Ramsey of Sanborn county
was selected aa temporary chairman of
tomorrow'a convention, Hurry Wentzy of
Brule county temporary secretary and A
W. Mullen of Kingsbury county, assistant
HORSES FOR SALE
rlf ioml t T rr old. wth I, tot, Min4
hf Mt onward U-l. tibt man-M o4 UUa, rrj
attrnVfUv trotttrv. HlKh salving. $. Wwlghfj 1 1U,
by TtvfonftsM liMft. bifth tlng tnjt:r. Brown aaar.
I. wji4ha 1.1. by kadiaia tMAI, handioiw aa
picturw n4 with tolas trotter. Brow a mar. ,
aitha. 1,7&. by RhlaaaAoaa, I II. f oaa high aai can
trot ft. Bay chiding. 1. by TsWtnnl 2114. gooj,
feigh going ir.rtur, waigha . ffUy vw.aU g. ,
weigh, l.tlo. by Huloawwu Ml. ca.a In S
ar otbttig bul artkaV gaUlt g. I. b
.odltca I !, vr ef tha irwl flight, fatt ngh
( lab t lh rwcaa ( haatnut gtldibg I, ty Ta-o-ai
11444, aoa of Nalaoa g. baatim ha a picturw
i4 emm wr rary faat. wwer wo airwaa or boo4.
haaw hofaaw ha a ha ioggw4 all ftai aa4 grg U
ilk iUik o( ctMdtllta).
Prisoners Kail to Eseano.
STURQIS. 8. !.. March W.-(8peclal Tele-
gram.) Some of the prisoners In the MeaJe
oounty jail took advantage of Sheriff
Brown's absence and made an attempt to
break jail last night, but did not succeed
A piece of straight tin cut so aa to go In
the locks of the cells was smoked and put
In and an Impression taken. It la thought
that the pattern was paaeed through a
broken window to someone who made a key
for the same and sneaked It back to the
prisoners, who opened the two locks. Tht-y
only got to the large cell.
State Bays City Honda.
SIOUX FALLS. 8. D.. March .-(Spe
clal County Auditor A. J. Valller o
Moody county has negotiated with the
atate commissioner of achool and public
lands for the purchase, with money be
longing to the state achool fund, of the
bonds to the amount of 17,000, which were
recently authorised to be Issued by the
voters of Flandreau for the purchaao of
the gas plant at that place. The bonds
will be due In fifteen years and will draw
t per cent Interest.
OVERNMENT LAND FRAUDS
Attoney Bntj Argnei Agsloit Motion to
NO PRELIMINARY HEARING IN CALIFORNIA
"ays Defendants Hyde nnd Dlmond
Can Be Arrested, Jailed or
Balled In Any t'oonty of
SAN FRANCISCO. March 29. lief ore
t'nlted States Commissioner Heacock to
day Attorney Heney argued against the
motion to dismiss the caxe against F. A.
Hyde and II. P. Dlmond, who were indicted
In Washington. D. C, for fraudulently ob
taining government lands. He said:
"Where an Indictment Is Issued there Is
no such thing in California aa a prelimi
nary hearing, and the defendants ran be
arrested, jailed or balled, and con be ap
prehended in any county of the state and
tried where the crime was committed."
He Introduced the bench warrants as
evidence. They were objected to and Com
missioner Heacock said he considered them
Immaterial. He also said that he would
not pass upon the jurisdiction of the court
In Washington before which the case Is
sought to be tried, and did not care to
hear arguments on that point.
Attorney Mclnerny differed from the court
and held that It should pass upon tha
jurisdiction of the Washington court If It
affected the sufficiency of the Indictment.
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Six Favorites Win It are a at Brnalagi
nd the Talent Scores
WASHINGTON. March 28-Tlie talent
sc-red heavily at Dennlngs today, six fa
vorites having won. The track was con
siderably improved and nevet-nl lornl ren-
ords were broknn, but generally the finishes
were not exciting, ttesuits:
First race. Ave and a half furlnncrs! Paul
Clifford won Mlmon second. Queen Ellza-
oein iniro. lime: iiok.
Second race, half mile: Dulcllelln won.
Jade second, Mon Amour third. Time:
ihlrd race, six furlongs: Ijitheron won.
Cooueta second. Rockland third. Time:
fourth race, six furlonars: Andrew Mack
won, Tldo second. Brotherhood third. Time:
Fifth race, seven furlonirs: Sals won.
Honolulu second. TraneaiKt third. Time:
Sixth race, steeplechase, handicap about
two miles: Imperialist won. Trinity Bells
aecond. Provost third. Time: 4:17.
MEMPHIS, Trnn., March 2S Results:
First race, selling, five furlongs: Mon
astic won. Clear the Arena aecond, Yo San
trura. lime: l :("...
Second race, sellinsr. four furlonirs: Fine
Cut won. Lieutenant Rice second, One Way
inirn Time: u:bi.
Third race Tennessee club, nurse, six
furlongs: Auditor won, Redman second,
Cognomen third. Time: 1:1.
lourth rp.ee. one mile: Dan McKenna
won. Fossil second. Sambo third. Time:
fifth race, steeplechase, short course.
about one mile and a quarter: Duke of
Connaught won, Melbourne second, Ooldon
Link third. Time: 2:67H.
Sixth race, one mile, selling: Dutiful
won, Marltana second, Falkland third.
BAN FRANCISCO, March .-Results:
First race. Futurity course: Reeves won.
Educate second, Salto third. Time: 1:16.
Second race, half mile: Arlahe won. riea
Air second. George P. McNear third. Time:
Tlrd race, thirteen-sixteenths of a mile:
Optimo won, Pencil Me second, Sue John
Bon third. Time: 1:27.
Fourth race, mile and seventy varus,
selling: Oalamhus won. Chickadee second,
u. u. tnira. -lime:
Fifth race, three-auarters of a mile.
handicap: 'Letona won, Ocean Dream
second, Nlgrette third. Time: 1:171.
Sixth race, one mile, selling: Crlsa Cross
won, 1 Plloto second. Quit II third. Time:
Coupled as Jennings entry.
LOS ANGELES. March 29. Ascot results:
First race, one mile, selling: Chemist
won, Libeno second, I4tue secret tnira
Second race. Elauson course, selling: Mis
tletoe won, Eugenie B second, Pat Bulger
tnira. iime: i:hh
Third race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile.
selling: Qelsha Qlrl won, victoria B sec
ond. Rlue Rldae third. Time: l:01a.
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth, sell
ing: Eile won, Platonlus second, Jiugler
third. 'lime: 1:60.
Fifth race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile.
selling: Agnes Mack won. Wager second,
nainerine ennis tnira. lime: x:vs.
8 xth race, seven furlongs, selling
Farmer Jim won, DIbcus second, Evander
third. Time: 1:29.
FOR HARLEM NATIONAL HANDICAP,
Weights Announced In the flS.OOO
CHICAGO. March 29 Weights for the
$15,000 Harlem National handicap at one
and three-sixteenths miles, to be run on
June 4, were announced today. McChesney
carries too weiant. 12 pounds, unia neeis
comes next with 126 pounds, while Dick
Welles, holder or the worm s record ror a
mile, made last year while a J-year-old
colt, will carry but 123 pounds. The weights
for the otner nominations ioiiow:
Parent Oretrtaan M
Plowar King 4
Mlaa Crawford ..,
Klnc Crokar ....
Pa Mr Light ....
Fathar Tallant 1
A rgaah I ra
Marquis da Carabaa
Lurr F. 8
Patar J. Somar S
Maror David 8. Roaa.. U
Del Laatk XI
Kallna Luga SO
Jarry Lynch M
Mint Bauo in
Llltla Scout HI
Lurlan Applabr 10
Captain Arnold l6
Enfllah Lad 1
Flvlna Torpedo 1
Colonial Oirl lot
Tha Cenquaror II 101
Oraaor K 101
gldnar C. Lot
Lord Malbourn ...
Fatrada Pal ma.
. . J7
that I had at the end of the fight, and the
next day I was as god as ever, while Brltt
did nut leave his bed at all. Of course he
aill have to give me another go. and when
he does vnu mv hwilt for something short
and sweet In the way of a battle. Of course
I was disappointed st the outcome, for the
thonnht of a defeat never entered my m'fd.
WMie Biltt Is a huskv little man, ne never
saw the tiny that he could whip me ! ne
never will. It Ian t much use to iaik aooui
It now. after It Is nil over, and 1 am not
saying much, but I will he henrd from later
In the matter. I have no definite "lans for
the future that I csre to make public now.
owing to the result of my meeting with
) miner Corbett In accompanied on nls trip
east by his trslner. Harry Tuthlll. snd Tim
Mftirath and t Otts. who were witn mm
and In his corner during hU fight with
merlenn lada In Billiard Match.
PARia. Murrh The I'nited States
le-ids In the flrpt evening s play of the bil
liard match at 18-Inch balk line, two shots
n. wiiiiftm i'. ross, ainaietir miiiifi
ihninnlon of the t'nlted States, having
icored 400 point to .V.S made by the French
Lmateur champion, I.tcten Rerolls.
T K . ...... 1 1 1 I ..... nf .ma.
lators to see the play, among which were
ncluded many Americans. The match was
iityeii in ine sainn or me Aummiiuue nun.
1. V . . 4 t... hla itl,niiiwnl
made the lst run of the evening, scoring
j- pointH to 14, ine ingiiett nuuiuvi ui
points made by Foss. The skill and nerve
of the American player won great edmlra-
tlftn from Ihn n.u.lutiiri In his lnAt Innlnar
ho scored 63. tha necessary number of
Powers to Meet Miller.
SlOt'X FALLS. S. D.. March 29 -(Spe
cial.) Articles of agreement for a wrestling
maicn net ween Al t'owers oi vaieriown.
8. D., and Bcott Miller of Sioux City have
been drawn up In this city and sent to
the principals for their slarnature. Powers
objected to meeting Miller at Bloux City
and after a greut deal of correripondence
the two men promised to meet In Sioux
Fnlla. If tho match Is finally agreed to
bv tho two men. it will take place In the
New theater In this clly about April S. as
that date seems to be satisfactory to IK) in
rulllaru Meets the Umpires.
PHILADELPHIA. March 29 President
Pulllam of the National league of base ball
clubs met his stsff of umpires here today
and discussed with them the new rules.
with a view of arriving at a uniform inter
pretation. The umpires present were Rob
ert Emslle. Hank O'Day. August Moran and
James Johnstone. A fifth man is to be
selected. It was ennounced that rule 30
nd sect on R of rule 34. pertaining to pitch
ing and balks respectively, will be strictly
National Howling Lenarne.
DAYTON. O.. March 29. The National
Fowling league season will open with Chi
cago at Toledo April 4 and 5. and Pittsburg;
at Philadelphia the same naie. rne cir-
ult Is made up or New Torn, MrooKiyn,
RufTalo and Philadelphia In the east and
Pittsburg, Chicago, Toledo and Erie in the
M vfi JHT
-Mo qa jroo qA
GREAT ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION
Looming Up in Gigantic- Splendor ia tha
TO A SCORE OR MORE OF CANDIDATES
Finest Residence In Grnnd Island.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., March 3D. (Spe
cial.) Bet ween 5 and 6 o'clock this morn
ing Mlos Ida Doberstein, a domestic in the
family of Hon. S. N. "Woibach. awoke with
a stilling sensation and found the room
densely filled with smoke. She gave the
alarm p.nd Mr. Woibach. his sons, Edward
and Emll, and Miss Bcsde Schwynn, a
guest, were awakened. They were com
pelled to throw sheets about them to avoid
the stifling smoke. The fire had apparently
caught in the pantry celling, from electric
wires. An alarm was promptly Bounded
and the department waa soon on hand but
was somewhat delayed by a bursting hose.
The fire had made considerable headway
and the furniture end fixtures of almost
the entire residence, the largest and most
expensively furnished In the city. Is more
cr less damaged by smoke and water. The
rear portion of the house Itself Is also badly
damaged by fire, the woodwork being badly
burned and charred. The loaa will be be
tween 14,000 and XtJ,000 on building and fur
niture, covered by a 19,000 policy In the
German American, of New York. Of the
$9,000, . only l-'.ooa Is on furniture and this
will not cover the iurnjture loss.
No Calnm In ' Chamberlain's Cough
in rot the least danger In giving
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to small
children, as It contains no opium or other
harmful drug;. It has an established repu
tation of more than thirty years as the
most successful medicine In use for colds,
croup and whooping cough. It always
cvres and is pleasant to tags, coiiaren
Wyoming Relinquishes Land.
CHEYENNE, Wyo., March 29. (Special.)
Governor Chatterton announces that ths
state of Wyoming haa formally relin
quished to the reclamation service of the
national government the land and water
rtghta of what la now known as the North
Side project on the Shoshone river In Big
Horn basin. It is understood that the
reclamation service has been waiting for
this relinquishment and now that the
same has been made will proceed at once
with the project. Two and one-half mil
lions of do:iars are available for the en
terprise. Over 100.000 acres will be re
claimed. The project Involves the construc
tion of a gigantic dam on the north fork
of the Shoshone and the building of many
miles of canals.
In Ilia Bee's fecond Voting; Contest
for Ten Free Trips to the
World Famous Exposition.
An early surprise in The Bee's second
voting ijontest for ten vacation trips to the
St. Louis Exposition came iu the sliupe of
Miss Ella Rasinussen of Columbus, Neb ,
who dropped Into the race with just 1,525
votes and took her station at the head of
the list. Hurrah for the dark horse.
There'll be other surprises later. The vot
ing In the main is going at a slow pace
and the big push will hardly come before
Thursday, when the rhunges will be so
swift you'll think tho scores have been
struck by lightning. One thing is certain,
there won't be enough files to go around
for every spider. The vote at b o'clock p. m.
Ella Rasmussen, Columbus, Neb 1,516
H. K. Mann, Omaha 1.4'4
Rena Wakehouse, Council Bluffs 000
Kxlnh A Newell. Omaha DltJ
J. Friedman, Omaha M0
J. C. Brown, Omaha M
Henry Johnson, Omaha 4iiu
Ralph Peters, Omaha 391
Elmer Campbell, Omaha 3U0
Lily Ring, Omaha ;
John F. Flynn. South Omaha li
Ethel Sheets, Omaha ft
L. T. Shannon. Nebruska City 81
Olive Engllah, Council Bluffs 4tj
Lee Ellsworth. Omalia JJ
Ida Hess. Omaha J
Peter Kennedy, Omaha
Gertrude Moon, Omaha 6
Anna Klein, Omaha J
W. J. Capune, Omaha
Bill McEfravey, Rising City J
Ora J. Bruce, South Omaha 1
Smelter to Resume Work.
GRAND ENCAMPMENT, Wyo., March
29. (Special) It is expected that the
smelting works of the North American
Copper company will reaume operations
here the latter part cf this week. The
many Improvements which are being made
are now nearing oomplotlon. The con
centrator will be started first and as soon
as there is sufficient material on hand
the amelter will be started up. The aerial
tramway letween Encampment and the
Ferrls-Haggerty mine has been repaired
and will resume work with the starting
up of the concentrator. There are about
10,000 tons of high grade ore at the mine
already to be loaded Into the tramway
buckets and until this supply Is exhausted
the force at the mine will not be Increased.
Some of the most stubborn diseases enter into
the system through the pores of the skin. Like
a sponge, it absorbs poisons of various kinds
which are then taken up by the little blood-ves
sels just beneath the Burface of the body and
emptied into the great current of the blood. The
juices of pol&on oak and other noxious wild
plants percolate through the skin like water through a sponge, and are
taken into the circulation, breaking out afresh each season and lingering
on for years unless antidoted and driven out of the system.
Dye Poisoning: among the employees of dye houses and from wearing
colored under-clothing and
rVlBUJX OAS AI4U ITS fJFlTCUTD.
WITH TUB BOWLERS.
On Selleck's alleys last evening a picked
team of the Modern Woodmen of America
defeated a picked team of the Woodmen
of the World.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
1st. M. Sd. Total.
Banks 233 ls 21! 64t
Sutton lfil 13 I'M 49
Huntington 17 1H4 1 M3
Beselln 171 149 14 4M
Zimmerman K5 213 646
Totala 901 914 2.781
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Bengele Ibi 1T9 178 613
Jon loS 235 146 SJ6
Gideon 12 U
(heldon 160 U4 ltl ii
Sprague 179 1 lm) 649
Totals M 1.001 9ut 2,7u9
Vonnar t'oruett Uvea F.aat.
William Rothwell, who la better known to
the spurting fraternity as "Young Corbett,"
paaaed through Omaha last night on his
way to Cnlcago where he haa an engage
ment on Haturday evening with another
prise ring star. Corbett bears no marka of
his recent defeat at th hands of James
Brttt, save a small acar over the left eye.
Asked aa to hla defeat at the handa of the
young Callfornlan, he waaed eloquent In
hla denunciation of the way In which he
waa used by the referee.
"I was never tn distress st sny time." he
said, "and It would have beea bad enough
had he given me a draw. Thla mark that
I ouw have evx the eve la the ooiv ma
hosiery, is of frequent occur
rence and dangerous to health,
causing boils and sores and
other troublesome eruptions.
Workers in lead, brass
and other metals ars often poi
soned by the chemicals and
Over fifteen years ago I was poisoned with Poi
son Oak. I tried, remedy after remedy without
getting relief. 8orea broke out over my body and
en my tongue, effecting the lining of my mouth.
Finally, about a year ago my doctor told me to
try B. 8. 8.. which I did. After taking throe
bottles all the sores disappeared, and I have not
been bothered, since, and I feel much Indebted to
your valuable medloine for so prompt and com-
acids Used in nolishincr. and Piste a cure. I am certain that S. B. S. will do all
j . A , ..r that is claimed for It la blood d:aaaea.
the dust and f.hngs settling Vturm,t Ky. CON. O'BKTAN.
upon the skin, and which nnd
their way through the pores into the blood, followed by inflammation and
swelling and the most obstinate sores.
Blood Poison, the vilest of all human diseases, is often contracted
through shaking the hand or handling the clothing or other articles used
by one infected with this dangerous poison. The deadly virus finding its
way tnrougn the pores ot the skin, contaminating-
the blood and producing fear
ful ulcers, eruptions and blotches.
t The diseases that enter the system by
absorption or through the pores are as
deep-seated and dangerous as any brought
on by internal causes, and cannot be reached
by washes, salves, soaps or other external remedies. The blood must be
purified and a healthy circulation established before getting permanently
rid of the disease. S. S. S. acts upon the" blood, ridding it of the original
poison and restoring it to a healthy, normal condition.
S. S. S. is guaranteed entirely vegetable, an unrivaled blood purifier
and the best of all tonic6. With all impurities removed from the blood,
the sore and eruptions disappear from the skin. Write us freely should
you desire medical advice or any specific information about your case ; this
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due to evil habits of youth, excessr or the rrsults of uesjlerted or improperly
treated private diseases, whirh cause night losses, day drains and Impairs the
:nlnd, dfntniys tn musrulnr strensih Hnd reduces tho sufferer to that deplorable
state known as Nervo-Svxuul Debility.
MAN'S FITNESS FOR MARRIAGE
There Is nothing of more supreme importance to a man who Is contemplating
marriage than to know that he is in a perfectly healthful condition !n every
respect, and no ureater mistake can be made In life than to marry while mere
lurks in the system some blighting m-eaknees or poisonous taint of private dis
rnsra. ANY MAN whose system tins ut any time been polluted witn poisonous
private diseases or whose depleted manhood forbids any possibility cf matri
monial happiness, should lose no time In consulting the men s true specialists.
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to cure. Such diseuses destroy men's mental, physical and sexual power, mak
ing the social duties nnd obligations a hardship, und the tnjoym-nt of life and
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