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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE; TUESDAY, FEBRUARY , l'HMl
Ttlephone, Douglas 618.
Now ImM la the oew
' retU eewrer, Howard
iA point dwply itTVpressetl on the minil:) of the department managers throughout this entire house.
Another point'ff importance is tliat every article in every department from the least expensive
in the "basement to the most costly on tliv other floors must hi) "emphatically" the most perfect
- of ittf kind A gathering of merchandise which we believe to be more exactly right than that
of. any'-other store in the west. -
Welcome the Coming, Speed
. We navft $een Sejing gnUlhye to ho! of
jT'wxl' thlups In the; way. of winter dress
foods at liberal prior ronre'sslon. It's sueh
a delight to extend a hearty weleoine to V'.n
Imndreds of now nod beautiful snowy wh'.to
wash fabrics fnr spring wear. They are
wonderful creations of the weaver's art.
einbodytfiamvery lnwnt-d stltoh and known
siyle of fAltrlr, nil pr-tfert tn their shim
mering inltcntss nij.jiUre, as the driver"
Notv white 'embroidered rrtnll. . t
' New wMtc embroidered gwtsse.
. New white sheer lawns.
New whitn- sheer'hanflkerehlef linens,
, Xf whlt'o' Pahaflia sliiUn.
1 , New' white soft' French pinus. ,
.Now whit walstings.' . '
New white sheer lawns. ';
Now white, luwn,
New WlfrlUj; llrieh suiting.' , - .'
New wljke embroidered waist patterns..
'.' At prices an low as the anrrowest margin
of profit ; "jsoiwltl will permit. -A 1 certain
treat'. awalt j jfoti ' wTi.enV.you vlslf this see
llu. XofU) slide, .mala. flvKr.
Bargains in theJ.esser Articles
of Women & Apparel, in Our '
Iloje supporters made of .good qwtUty su.
peilder webbing In black;, white and, light
hlii", specially ,pri0vil. l.'ic Vach. s
hlrred sAthTjibbon supporters. , sJlghtly
soiled, worph SiiVlo. the pr)re. quotei, colors
light bhif.yV 'wVrTur'wlay
itest qiUli ColoVtt vearl of varied Mixes
un canf and frwo.. duaen achV-
One Int. of Aim 'dnzefil;fi a card. '
Ono lot ot fwo doion, pjvbno eard, 'fic cartl.
One Tft ot two tlox, .-ttwie eatd, 10c card.
All the 'Remaining'! Fancy Bas
. kets Half Price. .
AV 'wwi '.dkBCAhtmhit rti mile' 'at fancy
baskets, .and hiivo marked the entire strlck
s,t hatciirice,. AairyjliftVe been, sold during
the pas wrck hut .thero Hre still worH
Aakets waste baskets, hand bankets,
cornucopia baskets and .boskets of various
Hrts In every lma!haJi( 'color comblnu
t'ton, all at exai'-tVjhaf . price Economy
6ascment, nor rflsl v'
s'tAndr1t;tV4''MlJ'b W- P .cent
Iti eachisttblsct.'. e'i:, v ' ' .
. oth professional examinations cannot be
written In be.-eme yur. i tearber must
h In actlv service In thf hools of Omaha
one year.uftvr passing .the. Urst professlopal
examination bt-fore' Nilnjt eligible to. write
the. second examination.' . k- .,
All teai hers shall be privileged to take
the examination .on the dates set for tho
ptfesJoiuU exanilnatlon vhlh they jro
efigiblo' torliV, In Tme,' two, hree or; four
Kuiijert-ns'ithey uii-wlei't. Orades will
I carrhi"Oveb'tn'i1lsubJects ln-whh;h
tJie tea4iers shall 'have passed, and the
tvacherm nhull required to Write the
examination-anew only -In those subjects
Id which-they shal huve failed to rei elve
a' puHHlng- rai1e, provided that no grade
stall bo 'tarried over -for a longer period
than four consecutive years from the time
the first passing grado was secured. No
teacher shall receive an advance In salary
uljtll a passing gradv-ln each of the four
required subjects Is secured. The exanilna
tlon Hust he written on the dates set by
action of the Board of lilucatlon. No
special oxamlnatkm shall be given. The
date of holding the first professional ex
auiinatloa, shall be June, -JlWT. '
nedartlona for Absence.
'i'eache'rs absent' from duty in tho school
room shall', have tho following amounts
deducted from tliclr salaries for each day s
absence as lon as the basis of the school
yrsr shall be nine and onv-lialf months:
When the sulary Is:
$130 per year, deduct I-M
$H50 pex year,, deduct....,,; J-2B
$.'') pes' year, dediiet.'.".... 8-W
$TlO per year,, deduct. J-75
$0 tM-r year, deduct 'J
$0 per year, deduct ; 3
$7" per year, deduct 8 60
$740 per. year, deduct.. 8-""
$7S0 per year, iledurt... 4.00
VM pT. year, duduct..i, ....4.26
No deductions shall be made from a
teai tier's salary when absence Is due to
the death of some member of the teacher's
immediate, family (provided such absence
shall not iixtend bevond four days), nor
shall any deductions -be irmde when absence
Is duo tn personal lllns.. provided the num
ber of days allow4U for personal llliess
sIihII not exceed a total of ten days in the
school yeaM A. j' ' "-i
ray 'ol Sabstltate Teachers.
ulitr1.utn$-ersheTS ajaall be paid; for each
duv's soiwIi'Vs as I'olortp:
Those whd. If ,remil.4 ly employed, would
rerlvel - " .
$43n per yeur'sn'tiR'b
$-o pr..ye'UVj KliaU, be paid...
V4 per .ver!"liair"be paid...
... 2. 3 I
$.vo i r year, snail lie pai.i...
ii) per year, whull bo paid...
t'W per year, shall be paid...
...X) tier year, shall be nald...
. ft. 60
No substitute teacher shall receive more
tl.au $'1.50 per duy,
Advaare for lacanibrots.
Ynur commit to would linn recommend
.lPi,i .11 ...bui. J . ik. lu liia .ni. i
t.lov of Hie Hoarl of Education who on '
Jsnusry 1. lfWn. were receiving a sulary cf operate with tho teachers to get the best
$7tM per year be excused fruip taking the , .PM,.ia tf,r Hie i hll.lr.n 1'(ii, h..i he
flrat profeslonsr. lamination. andJhsi they , 1 5, ' i . ?' Jca'n'", n
ba advsnc.Mf to a Mtlary of $7i per yiVr should be broBdmlndod and well
nn the date when the plan as proposed grounded in the philosophy of life, as well
hi this report bmes operailve j us thoroughly educated. Sufficient remuner-
Your coinwittee woukl further rvcom- , . ', -
nifciid that when this t.'port irf adopted by ,k,u lo 'Uabl them t provide tor them
llie Board of Kducatloii that It shall go selves lit their old age was advocated. A
Tgk7rW ' l1",'" -."dergarten. and manual train
lier. 1i. - - - ' j '"K and military discipline was reiterated.
It Is also recommended by your com- ' Congratulations were offered upon Super-
ttof'YWt'ei 'V!st ..!Pn,,'?rnt PaWJr') - bllity B"d wttr.
Hie yearly snlarie ot Hie tea. hers of the The character of the members of the board
Oiimha publit: schools be paid In ten equal
11 Is finally recommended that ull rule,
parts of rules, in eontlli't wit It this report
l", and are, hereby repeal.il, such recul
to take etfecl on September 1, It";.
System of Penmanship.
The demand by Menilier Koenig for an
Investigation of the present system of
. Cjrr V L a
7 i ? Sr.r .r"""
Koeni brought the matter up
at the cioKe or the session by a resolution
lu which he denounced the system us
"slow, laborious an illegible and mllltut-
, . , - ii . , . ,
Inif against the employment of our school
for liftte folks
change rUVety tttitdren to strong
.,' sturdy. Uialtu, A , . -
iThere'a svv Re&.Mn
- - -. . : mm
The Prices in This Store Are
Always as Low or Lower than
Those Quoted Elsewhere
Season 1906 for Wash . Goods
' Is Upon Us. ;
and Dame Fashion has decreed that It shall
b the hlp-gft wnsli goods' season ever
known.' You find us prtipared and we In
vite you to Inspect our lniriiense stock of
cholrest wssh fabrics.
Pec the new Irlah tllmltleo. -
See the nw quadrille silk organdie.
See. the new shadow silk eheck. . ..
IV. .th.,iow opaline, silk. ' ' .
See the, new plaid silk chiffon.,;
Pee. the new Jucqumil silk mousselllies.
8eo the new silk chiffon check.
See the now corded llk chiffon.
See the new eyelet effect" embroidered
mull, . '
See the new Hole Japonaise.
Ke the new silk siot eollennes.-
Peo the new silk check organdiex. . .
S-o the new French organdies.
Bee. the new embroidered silk organdie.
He the new Imported French 'llnon da
'sole.".- ..-.-. - .
Hee the new Arnold's "nfftsukl" (Japa
nese, designs.) ... ,' . -
And hundreds of others that we axe anx
ious to Show you. ' "
New Spring Suits, Cloaks and
That are many steps ahead of the next
nearest liv style, lit ' and w-orth. ; Every
garment Is a revelation of . beauty and
stle distinctiveness and excluslvcuess.
' Swagger new M-ln. length, coats In fancy
mixtures, plaids and checks. Fashion will
favor this particular style. Here in pro
fusion, 12.i0, $15.00, Slfl.ft), $20.00.
lxinz Silk Coats, short Cloth coats; covert
coats, black cheviot coats and black broad
cloth coats. Every worthy . style from
European and America style centers la
represented in thiit vast assemblage.
Note Now is a good time to select your
spring suit. The advantage of large selec
tion, awaits you with prices as low or
lower than those quoted elsewhere. On
our spacious Second Floor. ' ,
Handsome New Silks of Ex
quisite Beauty for the New
Just a It hRS been, and always will be,
and Sixteenth Streets
children .for- cither-, business or ;.clertcal
position.". H followed this up with tha
statement that batiks,' railroad offices and
wholesale and- retail business bouses had
pronounced the - results attane.d In tho
Omaha schools in writing decidedly bud.
He said he know of several Instances where
banks liatT refused, to epiploy boys trained
in, the local- schools and bad one out of
trie City to obtain clerks, lie had Visited
erry bank, the t'nlon Paclfio and Bur;
llngton heudiuartera and "many, business
houses and received the same, opinions ot
the vertical system In vcrr place. 11
considered it imperative tat an Investiga.
tlon be mad into tho facts and the board
act 'as soon as possible.
The resolution was criticised as a reflec
tion upon the wisdom of the present and
past boards, and In deference to this
sensitiveness Mr. Koenlg cut out -the of
fending comments quoted. The commutes
on text books and course of study was
directed to make a thorough Inquiry, and
Chairman Christie promised this will follow.
' Uaesllon of Treasury.
Secretary Burgess had some news for
the board which he presented by letter.
He called upon the county treasurer and
asked for 17,693,1 duo the dlstriet as its
share of tho last state school money ap
portionment. He did this because the law
tells him to get tho money and deposit it
with tho treasurer of the board. ,, County
Treasurer Fink refused to hand over the
coin or Its equivalent, although it has been
the custom of the cou,nty treasurer to make
out a check payable to A. II. Hennlngs,
''treasurer of the school district," In past
years. Secretary Burgess said the county
treasurer first bused his xetusul on the
statement that A. H. Hcnnlngs is not
treasurer of the school district. The de
mand was then made for a check payable
to the secretary, , and this ' was refused
without an explanation., -
. The board referred the matter- to the
flnuncc and Judlctury committees. It is
part of the treasurer merger' muddle now
in Jltlgiiiion In the supreme court, .
Dr. Christie's Hrtlrlnar Hvport.
Pr. W. H. ChrUtle, the retiring president
of the board, made his annual report. He
congratulated his associates on good fellow
ship, harmony of interest and the good
they had done for the schools. He said
. . If n . 'JKii eoo
parents and U-ucjiers should, be drawn
closer together and the former should co-
- was pronounced good and declared beyond
thM ri-m-h i.r milllli-ul lntrliriiA
Trained Horse Kxhlbltloa.
A request from tha Nebraska Humane
society, backed lu person by Alfred Mil
lard, for the curly dismissal of schools on
March 27 and IS, so the children may see
exhibitions by a trained horse culled "Jim
Kay.", was granted fu considerable talk.
M'''r Cule I.,,,., U. information
lhlU oh,WM. !lro to be t.hallpU 10 ce
and oralnarjr adlllt, a r1(ltlj bu, the
,. , ,,, k., i .
- v. ,..- " iu"i w auiiiiiieu I IT-e.
Member LJiidsuy dealt lu a reminiscent
, way of a similar deal when loug lines of
children, who didn't have the price stood
, and gaxed at their more fortunate com
panions. Mr. SJ'llard sgld lie would pay
for any chilUren who didn't -"have the
money, as the exhibition is a wonderful
lesson of patience and kind treatment to
animals. H had seen tha equine do
wonderful mathenuitical , stunts. make
change on a cash register and spell "briter
than he could." Member Ietweiler wanted
to krtow how the children wouhl B'-t down
to the exhibition and hare tho' teachers go
with them. Member ltu said this would
, iie:in nervous prostration to the teachers.
Mone Govs to Cllr.
City Treasurer Heiinings subiiiilted a
ropy of an opinion from City Attorney
Brum In which the tutter rx:rrsaed the
j iw that the fin tees for druggists' liquor
Doc, Feb. S. 1906.
headquarter for the daintiest, newest cre
ations In finest Silks for Suits, such ns de
light every woman's hem-t who wants
something really ehoire. We are showing
wonderful fine values at Sir. 5c, 8Tc, $1."0,
tl.SS a yard.
New Dress Goods and Silks for
Tuesday, Special Value, 50c
. and 65c Yard. .
ToiK"wlll wonder how so much of real
excellence in quality and style can b
passed along' to you for so little money,
and, best of all, they are a'll new spring
fabrics. Here's special word of four new
spring styles that are meeting with tre
NEW ALL-WOOT. COLORED PANA
MAS. 50C A YAUDFor fineness of tex
ture and beauty of finish at Tuesday's
price they are. simply beautiful. " A fine
line of new spring colors to choose from.
Three special good colors aro Alice blue,
new Reseda green and black; also all the
staple colors In navy, brown, green, garnet
THE NEW GRAY FANAMA8 AT T5C
1 A YARD Nothing like it for value will be
found anywhere else fine all-wool, in the
new soft shades of gray. New Mixed Oray
and Cheeked Suitings. BOc a yard, fine
value, about the weight and finish of the
new Panamas, in pretty, fine mixed effect
or shepherd's checks. Also a line of black
and white' shepherd s cheek, In two sizes
of eherk, are exceptional value, as they
arc a good, strong serviceable cloth at 50c.
FINE. NEW AIX-WOOL BATTSTF., flfiC,
You will be pleased with the fine line of
new spring colors. The beauty and tex
ture of this cloth Is simply charming for
the new soft, dinning gown. Apt to be
scarce later on. but plenty Just now.
Our . New Millinery Department
Opens on or About March 1.
A point to rcmemher-'-Pefcr your pur
chnse of spring headwear until you see our
department that will be the envy of all
permits do not belong to school moneys,
but should go to the general fund of the
city. Tho opinion is baaed upon the laws
governing the issue of the permits, which
say they may bo charged for at their
"cost." The word "cost," In the attorney's
opinion, bars out the' contributions from
"fines, 'penalties and license moneys." The
ntattei" was referred to the board's attor
ney and Julielary',1c6infnlttt;efor'ottnrinai-
tlpiu .,- j f '.- -
Tito board .ordered condemned by legal
process a strip-of ground seventeen feet
wldo on the east side of the Kellom-achool,
needed for the pluygrounds und which tho
owner refuses to purt with for what the
board thinks a reasonable sum.
Vpon the chuirmun of the buildings and
property committee reporting that it had
been deemed inadvisable to permit tho
Child Saving institute to place barrels ut
the school houses for tho donations of old
overshoes, und rubbers, . Member T.indsay
put through a resolution ordering the per
The resignation of Ora R. Hooton as a
teacher In tho schools, written at Red
Cliff, Cel., was accepted.
To Care a Cold In Mae Day
take LAXATIVE BHOMO Qulnln Tablets.
Druggists refund money if it falls to cure.
B. W. Grove s signature is on earn box. &c.
JACK THE SLASHEfTTs BUSY
Washington Authorities Looking; for
Man Who I'sea' Knife on
Women's Dresses. -
WASHINGTON. Fi b. 5.-lirs. W. M. Bar
ton, wife of a local physician, was the
victim of a "Jack-the-slusher" while walk
lug In a department store here Saturday
The man followed Mrs. Barton for some
time before slashing her black velvet dress.
Ho inflicted a clean, even cut, about two
feet long, the blade of the weapon, which
evidently was a long, sharp one, extending
almost to the flesh.
Every effort will lie made to apprehend
the assailant, as former experience with a
"slasher" in this city was not only costly,
but a largo number of women were terror
ised POWDER HOUSE IS BLOWN UP
K-t plosion at ltartttllr, Wyo., Hrraka
Nearly Kiery Pane of Glass
H AJtT VI I.l.K, Wyo.. Feb. 6,-IJy the . x
plosion of one of the four powder house
at the iron mines here today tho shaft
house, blacksmith shop und other buildings
of tho Colorado Fuel and Iron company
were demolished und neurly every pane
of glass In the town shuttered. A number
of houses were unroofed und several lifted
from their foundations, but only two mn
were injured. The explosion followed a
fire of unknown origin.
. omlnatlona tr I'rpsidout.
M'ASHINOTON, Feb. 6.-The I'resitlent
today sent the following nominations to
To be plaiv-fl on the retired list with a
rank, of biigatler general. Colonel p. Henry
Bay, Fourtn infantry.
Marshals. John 11. Abernathv, territory
Ul ... miiumu.
Keglster of the treasury.
Postmasters, Iowa Samuel
Coon Its . Ids; Charles W. Gray, Coining
N. C. Nelson, Kssex; Grand L. Whitney
Iowa Kails; Wllliain !'. Kopp. Mount
Pleasant; Hi in y K. Hull. Wllliamsbui ,
Kan.; John o. Hannoii. Jamestown; Frank
Fulir, Meude; John M. Watson, Frank
fort; Simon Skovgaard. Greenleaf; Frank
ltarow, Kingman; Dcltnur K. Duply, Man
huttan; Thomas 1). Fllztiatrick. Sallua-
II lia in A. Hopkins, Soltniion. Nebraska
lliiani M. llopKins. UuKland.
Ia vstiaatiaa "Life" lomavny.
NEW VOIIK, Keb. EL Investigation into
cnurges tnui ine tore or ine uie company.
a msuicai nnii. no in inrougn ins malls a
preparation whh h was rlu,iined to Uiuke thd
old young again, lo straighten crooked
Injurs and in one instance to ha restored
a dead person to life, was resumed today
before I nlted States Commissioner Ridge
wa.v. The company Is charged with con
spiracy to defraud I.ucil!s Hoffman of
Waiervllle, Me., and others through ua of
ill mans. imvoiM Muiiuoeni porsons ars
eunnerled with Hie coiuiMiny. aniona tiiam
being General James H. O Brien.
FIERCE ATTACK UPON DOLAN
Frasident of Pittiburg Mi'neri Defsndi Hii
Actioi at Indisnapolia.
DEEMS STRIKE INADVISABLE NOW
Reaolatlon in Remove , Hint from
Ofllce Haled Ont After an F,
rltlna and Dlnorrferl)
PITTSKL'BU. Pa.. Feb, 4. After a day
characterised by disorder, hisses and cat
culls with frequent demands to "resign."
the delegates of District No. 6 of the l.'nlted
Mine Workers' union In. convention failed
to pass a resolution railing for the resigna
tion of President Patrick Holan, the pres
ident of District No. i, for his action In
voting with the operators In Indianapolis
to sustain the present wage scale. After
several hours of discussion upon the resolu
tion, which the chair refused to rocognisc
the convention adjourned tonight until to
morrow morning, after passing a resolu
tion to appoint a committee on resolutions
consisting of Ave members which is to re
port tomorrow morning.
Through the cntlVe day Dolan was at
tacked from all sides and his attitude in
Indianapolis was the object of much criti
cism and censure. ' When the meeting was
called to order there were calls of "traitor"
and "enemy of the- minors," and almost In
stantly ft dosen or more of the delegates
were clamoring for recognition. Delegate
Stephen Wetsal presented the resolution
calling for tha 'resignation of. Dolan and
Vice President Belllngham., .
Dolan Defends' Action.'
After -securing order. President Dolan
said: i i .
When I went to Indianapolis 1 was as
strong an advocnto of a strike if necessary
as sny man in the convention During the
American Federation of I.bor convention
here John Mitchell and XV. 1. Ryan told
me they would like to see us get a restora
tion of the last wage schedule. 1 said I
would like to get It. but did not belleva It
possible. In rndianapolls W. D. Ryan told
ine personally he thought we would be
doing well to get a continuance of the
present rate because a strike would be
demoralizing to our-organisation. There
are H3.0OB unorganized miners between the
1'nlon Station and Johnstown and It was
because of these things thst I voted in
favor of the operators'- proposition.
"I know," ho continued, "what It Is to
carry on a strike better than any one here,
or ns well. It means camps, funds and
worries that few of those here have had
experience (n meeting. I know what ob
stacles are to be met. what wa must ex
pect.' to go up against.";
When the resolution of ouster was pre
sented President Dolan called Vice Presi
dent Belllngham to thu chair and from the
floor of the convention, addreslng the del
egates, said: j. '
. I-was elected president of this organiza
tion by tho miners of the Pittsburg dis
trict and they alone can remove me. I
will not be bluffed nor will I resign. Reso
lutions must be presented under the seal
of the local unions and must ho In the
hands of the secretary beforo the conven
tion convenes. The resolution Is out of
order and cannot be passed.
This raised another uproar and only after
Secretary Dodds had explained that the
resolution . was not in accord With the
ruins was tho business of the convention
proceeded with. Then the committee on
rules proceeded and; the adjournment was
taken. . '.: . '
Incentive Board Adjourns.
INDIANAIHJMS. Feb. 8. The national
executive board of the I'nlted Mine Work
ers of America adjourned today. Secre
tary Wilson said no statement Would be
given out at thh time. :
Kationa.1 BiVrd,'Seifior . .B.' McCullougn
a(vMichJean sakj aCtfly the, hoard adjourned
that il -tiKHit not, lK ,regarld aa official,
but It Is his be1lH'''tllHt! the inlner will
suspend worJ: before) thcrewlll lie an ac
ceptanco of any proposition which does not
carry with an Increase tn wages. Mr.
MeCullougli said that every 'possible effort
would be exhausted to secure an adjustment
before strike action Is taken,' that If a sus
pension does come It would be preredod
by a meeting of the national board which
would ' Issue the strike, call necessary to
bring the men from "the mines.
The board adjourned tn meet again at the
call of President Mitchell.
President John Mitchell left for his home
at Spring Valley, III., tonight. From thore
he will go to Chicago before he returns to
Many of tho members of the International
executive board have departed for their
Speaking of the possibility of a strike or
der Vice President Ix-wi said today:
Never In the history ot strikes have 1
known a strike, order to he issued more
than twenty-four hours before the expira
tion of tho wage scale. We have two
months to issue that order If It must com,
so it is folly to talk of It being tabued now.
Coal Drivers May Strike.
SKW YORK. Feb. S.-Negotlatlons for
settlement of the differences between (he
I'nltiHl Coal drivers of this city and their
employers came to ah abrupt close late to
day and unless some, unexpected avenue to
peace is opened within the next twenty-four
hours 2,01X1 union drivers w'lll go on strike.
Wages and hours are of secondary Impor
tance In the dixp'ute. The union demands
that tho employers give full recognition to
the union and tho employers resolutely re
fuse. Habit-forming Medicines.
Whatever msT bo the fact a to man;
of the so-called patent medicines con
taining Injurious ingredients as broadly
publiMied In some journals of more or
less Influence, this publicity has Anrtalnl?
been of gmat bene lit. In arousing needed
attention to this subject, It has. In a
considerable measure, resultod in the
most intelligent people avoiding such
foods and medicine as may he fairly sus
pected nf containing the Injurious liipre
dleuta complained of. Recognizing this
fact some time ago, I)r. Pierce, of Buffalo,
K. Y., "took Urae by the forelock," a It
were, and published broadcast all tha
ingredients of which his popular medi
cines are oompoRed. Thus he ha com
pletely forestalled all harping critics and
all opposition- thai might otherwise be
urged against hi inedirinea. because they
are now ok shows coSfuemon. Fur
thermore, from the formula printed on
very bottle wrapper, it will be seer, thai
these medicines contain no alcohol or
other habit-forming drngs. Neither do
they conuain any narcotics or injurious
agent, their Ingredients being purely
vegetable, extracted from the roots oi
medicinal plants toned growing In the
depth of our American forests and of
well recognised curative virtues.
Instead of alcohol, which even in vmall
portions long continued, as In obstinate
caaca of diseases, becomes highly objec
tionable from its tendoncy to produce a
era ring for stimulants, Dr. Pierce em
ploy chemically pure, triple refined
gl voir ine, which of itself Is a raluable
rumedy in many cases of chronic diseases,
being a auperUM demulcent, aubaeptk.-,
aoulnrmont and supporting nutritive
It enhances the .curative action of tha
Golden Seal root, Stono roos Black
Cherry hark and Bhsairoot, eonuaned la
Golden Medical Di&sovarv.' lu all bron
chial, throat and lung affar'Uona attended
with aerere coughs. A will he seen from
the writings of the eminent Ora. tirover
Coe, of New York; Bartholow. oi Jeff ar
son Medical College, Pblla.; tk.uader.ot
Cincinnati; Elllugwond, of Chicago:
Hale, of Ctrleago, and others, who stand
as leaders In their several arnoola of
practice, the foregoing agents are tAs
eru hast Ingredients that Dr. Pterc
ouuid have ehoaeo to make np bis fa
mous Discovery " for the cure of not
only bronchial, throat and long affec
tion, but also at ehronie tarrh in all
he various furaaa wherever locate
BIG GIFTS T0 COLUMBIA
Three Honored Thonsnnd Dollars
4 dried to Endowment of
NEW YORK, Ftp. o,-Oifts to Columbia
university to the amount of nearly fcw.ijii)
were announced at the meeting of the
trustees of the university todsy. The most
Important contributions were the sum of
llW.orm given by Mrs. Maria II. Williamson
of New York to establish a professorship
In memory of the late Kdward It. Csrpen
tler and f.'V.imO from George R, Blutnenfhat
of New York for tha endowment of a
chair of politics. ,
AFTER KING CAUCUS
tC'ontlnued from First Page.)
fled, but he was ready to vote at any time.
The shipping bill was then taken up and
Mr. Teller addressed the senate on that
subject. When Mr. Teller concluded tho
senate agreed to a request made by Mr.
Ualllnger to vote on the shipping bill on
Wednesday, the 14th Inst., at 5 p. m.
Tho senate at D;15 p. m. went into ex
ecutive session and at 3:37 adjourned.
DEBATK iro.1 THB- RATE BILL
Mr. Heobnrn Kxperts House to Vote
on Measnr. Wednesday.
WASHINGTON. Feb. g.-Conslderable
fault was found with the railroad rate bill
In the house, considering the fact that it
is a measure of both parties. Mr. Little
field (Me.) opened the day with a whirl
wind speech In which he pointed out the
dVastln and far-reaching effect of Its pro
visions. The committee, he said, had gone
much farther than the president had rec
ommended and much further than he was
willing to go. He would not vote for the
Mr. Qrosvenor (O.) ridiculed the alleged
popular demand for the legislation, picked
flaws In the construction of the- bill, com
plained because no amendments were to be
allowed and concluded with the statement
that he should do his best to get the bill i
out of the house at the earliest possible ',
moment, which was taken to mean that he '
would vote for It. Ten other speeches were
made, all of them by members who will
vote for the bill, but some of whom would
like opportunity to amend the measure.
Mr. Oalnes (Tenn.) has an anti-pass amend
ment which he will bring forward at the
At the conclusion of the day Mr. Hep
burn, In charge of the measure, said It
looked now as though debate would con
clude at t o'clock Wednesday. The read
ing of the bill will begin at once and he is
of the opinion that It can be concluded, all
proposals disposed of and the bill passed
that day before adjournment. Those favor
ing the bill during the day were: Stevens
(Minn.), Laniar (Flu.). Cnderwood, (Ala.),
Galnea (Tenn.), Hardwlrk, (Oa.), Davidson
(Wis.), H'-odes (Mo.), Pou (N. C), Webber
(O.) and Rives (111.).
Before the railroad rote debate began
today two bills were passed. One provides
for setting aside townsltcs In the Flathead
Indian reservation In Montana; the other
authorizes the further expenditures of $60.
000 for county improvements from the sale
of town lots in Lawton, I. T.
CHI.VKSK BILES ARK AMPADED
Secretary Metralf Makes manses In
Administration nf Kxelasloa Art.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5.-r3ecretary Met
calf of the Department of Commerce and
Labor today took most Important action
which Is expected to ameliorate considera
bly, the friction between this country and
China and perhaps cause the abandonment
of the anti-American boycott when he ap
proved the report of tho special committee
composed of Assistant Secretary Murray,
Solicitor Sims and Richard Campbell of
the bureau of Immigration, providing for
a radical revision of the existing regula
tions under which Chinese may enter and
reside in the United Btatus. The commis
sion's report touched by way of either ex
clusion or amendment twenty-four of the
existing regulations, the changes being
made iu the direction of liberalization.
Besides certain alterations that promlso
to avoid delay iu landing Chinese who ap
ply fur admission, other alterations have
been made where possible with a view to
avoiding any action that would seem of
fensive, provided that the object Intended
by such regulations could be accomplished
otherwise. As un Illustration of this the
committee recommended the discontinu
ance of the Uertlllon system of Identlllua
tion. Another amendment of the regulations
recommended by the committee is a re
quirement that the administrative officers
should advise Chinese persons, ether la
borers or of the exempted class, before
their departure from the I'nlted States of
the conditions under which they would be
adn.itted upon their 'return. I'pon this
point the ofllcers arc directed to use spe
cial care, so that no Chinese person who
has a right to reside in this country shall
be allowed to depart therefrom under a
mistaken Impression thut he will curtally
be re-admit ted.
Provisions are also made for the notifica
tion of Chinese persons who have been
denied admission at the ports of entry
of the right to appeal from such denial
to the secretary, such notlco being re
quired under the new regulations lo lie In
tho Chinese tongue, and the further pre
caution being taken to notify thu Chinese
consul. If there he such an officer st the
port of entry, of the adverse action of the
officers at such port In tho case of any
Chinese person, so that said consular offi
cer may have the opportunity, should he
deem such a course necessary, to employ
consul or otherwise Interest himself In be
half of his countryman.
SBKATtt 0FIHM SUMIVtTIO
Postmasters in Nebraska, Iowa anal
aoota Dakota Approved.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5.-Tha senate In
executive session confirmed the following
Postmasters : Colorado O. Thorson, Col
orado Hprlngs; J. Alfred, Iadvllle.
Iowa G. A. Ixirlng, Dallas t'enter; Kate
C. Warner, Dayton: H. M. Mayne, flin
melsburg: B. K- Allon. !iimfn; F. A.
Lewis, Marcus; F. C. Met 'ail, Nevada: C.
L. Burly. Sao City; II. . Hcoll, Hibley;
W. R. Prewltt, Onswa.
Kansas J. V. A. Cooke. Kllinwood.
Missouri . A. Fage. Orson: H. P. Kin
rolvlng. Maiden: S. A. Hhelton, Marsh
field: 8. A. t'happell, Mouett; W. II.
Sweeney, Salisbury; 8. P. I.oebe, Charles
ton; T. J. V'len, Ixxtr; L. MrOehee, Jop
lln: XV. T. Clements, Platte City; V. T.
Williams, Stanberry; 11. C. Shubert. Rich
land. Montana J. H. Powell, Virginia City.
Nebraska R. A. Richmond. Wausa; C. K.
Hunter. Wakefield; L. M. Short, Aluswortli;
H. . !.etsen, Humphrey; T. H. Caluoii.
Lyons; Chess Chinn, Hi. Paul; 8. D. Cole,
South Dakota W. C. Mathleson, Fort
Pierre; F. J. Brown. Brllton; J. A. Stan
ley, Hot Springs; C. fcj. Johnsoil, Briritts
water; W. McKay, I-ead; C. J. Boner.
Madison; J. C. McMillan. Sturgls,; A. 11.
Wyoming U. W. liovt, Cheyenne,
. Hoove ss4 alasaon Matched.
NKW YORK, Feb. I. Willie Hoppe and
Ooorgs Slosaon todsy seills.1 th details
for their championship billiard match.
They will play a smVpoint gam. for 50i)
a side and the hampinuslilp emblem
which HPP won from Vignaux In Paris.
The match will be an ls-ineh balk line,
one shot in. and will be played March 2
la the Madison Hpuar. Garden concert hall.
A SisrastsM Car for Piles.'
Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding piles
T.ur druggist will refund money If Pas.
Ointment fail, to cur. you in to 14 day.. to,
Bottled only at tho
and Only with its
GERMANY IS PESSIMISTIC
Little Hope of Guttine Provisional Trade
Arrangement with United State.
ANXIOUS TO AVOID A TARIFF CONTEST
Bnndearath tlaa Sot Considered Policy
to Be Panned In Case No
Arranarement Is Mad.
BERLIN, Feb. 6. Inquiries made today
at the Foreign office regarding tho Oerman
American tariff question elicited the In
formation that ' this- government Is Very
pessimistic, even doubting that It wilt be
possible to get a provisional arrangement
from the I'nlted States .which Germany
could accept. Oermuny Is anxious to avoid
a tariff war and would go to great lengths
In making concessions which would render
a temporsry arrangement posslblo until a
treaty could be negotiated, but It Is evi
dent that the Foreign office regards the
suggestions hitherto made by tho United
States as unsatisfactory.
It was learned at the Foreign office that
th. Bundesrath n,has not yet considered
Germany's course after March 1 (when th
new German tariff gocg Into effect) In the
event of no arrangement having been made
between the two countries, but something
Is expected to occur within a few days In
the negotiations between the rutted States
and Germany which will tend toward clear
ing up the situation.
MICHIGAN RETAINS YOST
foot Hall Advoeatea Carry the
Day In the Wolverine
ANN ARBOR. Mich., Feb. 5.-AI a ses
sion lasting well into the night the Uni
versity of Michigan senate voted prac
tically unanimously to retain Coach Tost
and the foot ball eleven regardless of the
result of the Chicago foot ball congress,
which declared against coaches who were
not faculty members. There was no great
controversy over this matter, Yost having
a contract running over four more years.
Tho proposal by the University of Chi
cago thut foot ball he abolished for two
years was defeated by a decisive vote. It
was decided to accept the Chicago confer
ence recommendation for a three years'
eligibility rule, but at the University of
Michigan the rule Is not to be retroactive;
that Is, it will not apply to students who
entered colleges under the former condi
tions. This ruling of 'the senate will save
Captain Curtis, Gurrels, Bartow and
Schulte, who have been in athletics three
years and would have been ruled out undet
the Chicago recommondations.
A determined tight was started lu favor
.of retaining the training tables.- but having
won out On lis principal contentions, th.
opposition did not press Its advantage and
th. rule to abolish training tables was en
dorsed, as were also the remaining recom
mendations of the Chicago conference.
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 5,-After discussing
the matter for seven hours the faculty
of tho University of Wisconsin tonight
adopted resolutions reiterating Its sugges
tion that foot tall be suspended for two
years, If the other universlttrs of the "Big
Nino" concur. It also declared In favor
of the recommendations of the Chicago
conference for a modification of the rules.
The faculty asks President Angell of Michi
gan to call another conference.
James Dnlajlit of Boston la
NEW YORK. Feb. S.-The twenty-fifth
annual meeting of the United Slates Na
tional Iawn f'Miii association was held
here tonlglu .- A repi-esentutlve body dis
cussed serving a team to England this
summer VO challenge tor the Dwlght Davis
Inl-rna'ional cup, which was won by the
Doherty brothers iu IStS) at Boston.
Dr. James Dwlght of Botitcn occupied
the chair. Forty-six rlutis were represented
from all parts of th United States. Tts
financial sialemeut or the year showed a
slight deficit, which was n result of the
visit of the Aeam to England last year In
an effort to win the Davis cup. The bal
ance on hand was H.ITT. The expenses In
ronneettnn with the trip amounted to t'-',?.
of which only ll.TIJ wss received from
England a the association's share of the
The following were re-elected officers for
the ensuing year: President, James Dwlght
of Boston: vice president, R. D. Wrehn
cf New York; treasurer, Richard Stevens
of llohoken; secretary. Palmer Presbrey
of BoHton. A'ter considerable diHcusslon
the number of committeemen was Increased
trum seven to nine and the following were
elected: W. J. Clothier of Philadelphia,
F '. Anderson of Brooklyn. R. D. Utile
of New York. Holeombe Ward of Orange,
N. J. W. K. I-arned of Annapolis. Dwlght
F. Davis of St. liails, Kreigh Collins of
Chicago, A. L. Hosklns of Philadelphia
and T. D. Sott of orange. N. J.
OREGON OFFICIAL IN TROUBLE
District 4flornejr Bristol, sold to Hivi
Been.' fmpil4aed In l.anit
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. Charges have
been preferred against W. O. Bristol,
United fttstes district attorney of Oregon,
and tho Indications are that he will not be
able to. retain the office. The charges. In ef
fect, are that he has been on both sides of
one of the cases which hs is called upon to
Senator Fulton of Oregon hud a confer
ence with the president today, after which
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studying th's one thing alone how to got
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None other is so near the truth. And the
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keeping th. stomach right.
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The Kattle' Creek Sanitarium Cu., Id.,
Lpl. F U. Battle Cretk, Michigan.
OF TABLE WATERS,' .
Own Natural Gas.
be said that Bristol probably woald hot 1
retained In office. Th trouble has fcrowu
out of the prosecution of iHtid fraud rases
In Oregon whlrh have been handled by
Francis J. llenny, special counsel far the
WITM5SSKS IX SHOOT . CA."K
Senate Committee Will llesnme
Taking; of Testimony Today.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. Several' wit
nessrs who will appear before 'the senate
committee on privileges and rliS.llons,
which will resume hearings In the Pcnstor
Sinoot case tomorrow, have arrived In
Washington. Among these ate the 'follow
Ing officer of tho- Reorganized church of
Latter Day Saints: A. II. Smith,' chief
patriarch, and C K. Brlggs, patriarch, "of
Lamonl, Iowa; H. C. Smith, apostl, and
E. L. Kelly. ' blfchop. of" Independence.
!a., and F. H. Shoelmy of' Boston, Mass.
Vnnktona tiet Cash. -
SIOI X FA Ll-S, 8. D Feb. 5. ifipectal.)
The Sioux Indians belonging at Tankton In
dian agency have Just received from. -tlu
government the sum of 115,000. which repre
sents Interest dun th. Indians on tribe I
funds tn the I'nlted States treasury, and
the regular annual fund for the purchase of
Mrs. Krhmldlau Aeqaltted. .
DENVER. Feb.'o.-Mrs. Helen Schmliilsp
was deelnred not guilty today of the mur
der of her husband. William Schmldlan,
whom she shot and killed tn a lodgipg
house In this i lly on July 9,
t. I.onls Woman Kills felf. .
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 5 Mrs. LilburnT. M
Nelr, prominent In society and champloti
woman golf pluver.of St. IxmU, shot and
killed herself today r.t her home, 4W Berlin
Elgin Batter Market.
ELGIN; III., Feb. 6-BUTTBIt-Matket
flriu at lie a pound. Sale, for the week,
IoS.OiiO pounds. . . .
Vashesa wssd by MHunas of Mothers for taste
ehlUtroa w tills Teething for orer Fifty Tsars.
It soothes the ehils. saTteas the goais. alien
all pln. ouns wtDd euUo, aad Is Us bt
. . - - n, r. a m a S
aanmmmm i WT tllgsmn
Is especially valuable during the
ummer season, when outdoor occu-"
pationg and sports are most in order.
GRASS STAINS, MUD STAINS
and CALLOUS SPOTS,
yield to it, and it is particularly
agreeable when used in the bath '
iter violent exercise.
ALA. OROCERS AND DRUOQISTS
l(J Woodward Burgess.
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