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THE OM.VTTA PA TUT BKE: WEPXKSPAY, MAKCIT 14, 190G.
DEMAREST DEFEATS CONRLIN
Tonne Billiaruert Wins from Champion hj
Brilliant Flaying. ' j
POGGENBURG EASILY BEATS N0RR1S
t Irter Plr the Ptvadrt ( iinlnll
: Game for Which He Id tr
ad Show fpleadld
CHICAGO. Msrrh U.-Talvln Demsrest
Of Chicago and J. Ferdinand Pnggenhtirg
of Nw York won the second and third
games In the national amateur billiard
championship tourney here today. They
defeated National Champion C. F. Conklln
of .Chicago and Charles B. Norrls of New
York, respectively, the victors playing
masterful billiards, especially Demarest,
whose youth and Inexperience In tourna
ment piny wm expected to count against
him. Except for occasional flashes of
nervousness, however,-he atuck to hl work
like a veteran and piled up a brilliant run
of 65. Pnggcnburg's irnme waa marked by
the steadiness for which he haa become
noted and his victory fulfilled expecta
tion!. reacihnrg Win from orrls.
J." Ferdinand Pnggenburg of .'New York
won the aecond game In the national ama
teur class A billiard tournament today, de
feating Charle 8. Norris of New York
by a score- of 300 to til. Poggenburg
played a steady game throughout, showing
splendid form. ' ' , . ,
Although Norrla made tne high run of
the game, 60, he was somewhat erratic
nnd could nqt . hold the balls together.
In the nineteenth inning Norrls made a
series of long round the.taDle shots and
took thn lead, but several blanks In the
next few Innings and three runs of over
40 by Poggenburg put the latter In the lead,
which he retained during 'the remainder of
It' took Poggenburg thirty-one Innings
to run oat the game; Summary:
Poggcnburg Totul, !); high run. 44; av
erage. ITi-.'ll. . -;
Nun-is Total. V31; high run, SO; average,
Demarest Defeats Conklln.
Clever "out and In" play enabled Calvin
Demarest to defeat National Champion C.
F. Conklln In tho , evening game. The
styles of the two nlavera wiire diame
trically opposed and the match resulted
In a close and Interesting contest. Dema
rest, who la the youngest recruit to the
"Class A" ranks, showed a brilliancy of
execution that was scarcely equalled by
the gritty play of the title holder. Dcma
rest drew ahead early In the contest with
runs of forty and thlrtj-one In tho first
five innings. '
By the -steadiest kind of play Conklln
cut this down until at the "half-way point
he passed his opponent. Open table-work,
much of , Jfc startling accomplished, ' this
Demarest showing the effects of the strain
under which he was laboring by missing
number of draws and three-cushion
hots, each of which left Conklln In posi
tion for runa of from 18 to 24.
When Demarest recovered his' ncrvo,
however, ha retrieved himself with a run
. of 65 In the. twenty-third Jnnlng. Conklln
came back with 20, In Ills, twenty-fourth
effort, mimed dn -the next and then Dema
rest ran out with a carefully nursed bunch
Demarest Total, 300; high run, (C; avr
age, 11 14-2, for klin Totul, 245; high run,
1; average, 20-25, , ,
EVENTS THE IM3 TRACKS
Petle of (h ,riij'.WV O.IT Trick ;awmtK,
i'.,...rifi n third, 'lime: n.4.iy
fecund rce, seven furlvue: Ornfftan
h'ni. , Hfil t'srter fiuod. ti e OrU ,w.ay
t1,ln), lime: .. ' j. i T
'Third rsee.'mile hflnfllenrf nrnl.4!i Vnn.
Put . linigrr second. Alma Durour third.
Tlnie , ,
1-ntirth r''r. fnr ; riinmig: snniue
Adrims won. Orrnt' Ular sohd. Jack Dolan
third. Time; 1:27.
Fifth race. six furlnne:": Plilora won.
Clique second. Alujor Carpenter third.
Time: 1 .10. ' '
Blxtii lace, mllf nnd three, rlglitlis: Fun-
suluca won. I'adre second, Gravliina third.
Hevetlth rsce, six furmties: Ich t"ll
won. Mynheer second, t nnjurcss intra.
HOT HPRtNOS, Ark.. March li-Results
First race, six furlonas: Ben Iear won.
CnttHge Maid second. Mayor Johnson third.
H-cer.d race, four furlongs: Montgomery
won, Maxim tlorky second. Rein Regent
third." Time: 0::.
Third race, mile: I,uretta won. Ban
Prlnio second. Thistledown third. Time:
Fourth race, six and a half furlongs:
Etrena won. Fruit second, Kate Zitt third.
Time: l:i!3V t . ....
Fifth race, three and a half furlongs:
Theejoll won. Alma's Ft second. Miss
Martha third. Tlme:-:42V
flxth race, mile and twenty yards: Dave
Bluhl won. Arsenal second Dave .Sommers
third. Time: l:4tj. . .
WITH THE nOWl.F.n".
The Krug Parks tori 'twt gsmes front
the Black Kats iHst nlgltt. (t'harley Hlack's
team started off with a fast game and
Snowed the Hrewer under m the first
round. It was their best of the season, for
clean bowling, aathcy had but one errer.
Haldwln was top man with out waie.ni
and John Prill Bangele were close up. The
best single game went to ."baldy," with 237.
Score: . . . :':
. - ' 1st: ' 2d. .VI.
French ..... ....A.,.:.. 1:3 IK 1M
Johnson V.S i2 1S3
Zimmerman 152 12 a4
Walens 17 213 ls:t
Bcngehf ...a ,qi- 1 1M
Totals S37 9a"7 917
BLACK KATS. '
1st. 2d.' 3d.
Chandler 1W 194 1S
t'hatelaln 152 lfW 147
Sheldon 171 157 170
Carman 1W l" l1'
Baldwin 237 179 . 14
Totals 912 845 866
Mlssoorl Hantera' Law feaatraed.
BT. IjOflS. Mo.. March it. In the case
of Virgil Helton of Marjon county, tried in
three courts and appealed, the St. Louis
court of appeals Uuclded today that the
state law requiring hunters to inse oui
hunting licenses does not apply to hunters
In their own counties. The decision Is of
considerable interest throughout Missouri.
Coach CVDea Resigns.
MADISON, Wis., March 13. Andrew H.
O Dea, coach of the Wisconsin university
crews, today resigned his position to take
effect at the end of this school year. Dis
satisfaction wtth exlritlng conditions is
given uk tho cause.
The Chicago Inter-Ocean 8unday had a
splendid picture of W. H. McCord's four-in-hand,
i . '
Sheckard has Joined the Cubs, at West
Badi'ii where they are being worked hard
under Trainer McCormlck.
The five day skating race at the Auditor
ium is attracting considerable attention
from the skaters. The. race is for ten
minutes each evening this week.
Terry claims he will be able to knock out
the redoubtable Battling Nelson, when the
two meet Wednesday night. : They nro
scheduled to go six rounds. . Uanlon. who
has fought both has picked Terry as the
JUSTICE FOR . THE PRISONERS
Rfiwian Government Orders Political Of
fender to Be 8peedily Tried.
RESULT. Or LOUD PROTEST BY PEOPLE
Estimated that , sevenl , Thoaaand
- Persoaa Have Been Arrested flnce
Government Started 'to Ftaht
ST. PETERSBt RQ. March 13.-The gov
ernment has sent a circular to the gov
ernor -generals and governors of provinces
Instructing them thst persons taken Into
custody for political offenses must within
twenty-four hours of the arrest be con
fronted with tho charge and allowed to
make explanations. The circular also gen
erally insists on expedition in the trials of
political prisoners. This step on the part
of the government is the result of the tre
mendous outcry raised against the ar
bitrary action of the local authorities in
arresting suspects and holding them with
out trial or examining them by magis
trate order. Over .70,000 persons have been
arrested in European Russia since tiro
government entered on its active campaign
against the revolutionists. .
Peasants Apathetic, ,
, The returns from the peasants selections
continue generally to Show the selection
of elders, priests and village scribes to rep
resent . them at the district conventions,
but there are notable Instances of apathy
or of a demand for a completely hew eleo
tbrial plan. At Ardatoff only eighty-three
out of 1,300 small farmers participated and
In the provinces along the Volga almost
without exception the peasants continue
to elect the new men.
The full returns from the workmen'
selection at Moscow show that 85 per cent
participated and that they mostly selected
This city which thus far has been singu
larly free from the carnival of robbery and
murder, prevalent in tho interior cities, was
the scene today of a daring . robbery in
broad daylight. A dozen men armed with
revolvers entered a government spirits dis
tillery on the Sulusselburg embankment,
held up the employes and rifled the safe.
Religious Trouble la Polaad.
LODZ, Russian Poland, March 13.
Mariavitism, a new Catholic sect, which Is
gaining converts by the thousands" is arous
ing intense hostility on the part of the
Orthodox Catholics here and serious clashes
are occurring. A procession of converts
came Into conflict today with a crowd of
workmen, during which a priest was shot,
whereupon his following attacked uud
killed five persons.
MOSCOW, March 13. A battalion of army
reserves has been sent to Rybinsk, owing
to fear of agrarian troubles In the upper
ROSTOFF-ON-DON, Russia, Mutch 13.
With the advance of spring there are
symptoms of a reappearance of agrarian
troubles. In a number of places In Stavro
pol province the peasants are refusing to
plow the land for the proprietors and
indefinite reports from other provinces show
that the peasants are seizing and sowing
the estates of the land owners. It is' too
slhle to find that the number of flglita wss
laigr. It ! suggested that surgeons
should report mori" fully on Injuries, even
though slight; which seem to be caused by
fighting. ." '
With the exception of Lieutenant Snyder
disciplinary officers are exonerated from
connivance at hazing. He Is charged with
having : indicated to upper classmen that
fourth classmen might be disciplined by
upper classmen for laughing at an order.
The present senior class Is especially com
mended for hs action agntnst hssing. Pres
ent hazing laws are frankly denounced as
a hindrance to discipline and congres
sional Interference Is declared to be injur
ious to the academy. Changes In the laws
are suggested which will make It possible
to consider each rase as It comes up.
Considerable Interest 'Is being worked up
niir ihn Mrlkivftn-Nelson light. W"hlch will
be pulled off at Philadelphia tonight. Local early, however, to determine how serious
..n. ......... oomu H'ill Ha driven tht ! ...
;v7. .71. ,.iir ana general ine movement win Decome.
store on Harney street. The -returns will
come In much earlier than .thoso- from Snn
Francisco because of the difference In time.
Make Your Wants Known Through The
Bee Want Ad Page. . . '
Favorites Los the First Three Rnres
BAN FRANCISCO. March 13.-Favorites
lost the first three races at Rmeryvllle
today, the events being captured by Men
den, Batldor and 8hady 1m, all of which
stood at to 1 In the betting. As the 2-year-olds
were on the wny to the post
In the third race the favorite, Bonaventura,
threw Jockey Dugan and Jumped the fence.
lie was caugnt ana Dugan remounted,
llenden heat the barrier when It went up
and assumed the lead, but as he turned
for home he was caught by the favorlto
but managed to win by n nose. Weather
cloudy; track sloppy. Summary:
First race,- threv and n half furlongs:
Menden won, Bonaventura second, Lassen
third. Time: 0:44.
Second race, five and a half furlongs:
Tuitidor won. Butii Ueaeli sccoud, Princess
Wheeler third. Time: 1;10V,.
Third race, five and a half furlongs:
Hhady Lad won. Prince Magnet second,
Uliiiuenthal third. Time: 1:00.
Fourth race, mile: Quick Rich won. Pen
tagon second, Fred Bent third. Time: l:4i.
Fifth race, mile and an eighth: Wenrlck
won. Mr. Farnum . second, Canejo third.
Tlm: .1:57 .
Sixth race, futurity course; David Boland
won. italhert second, St. Fruncls third.
LOS ANUELKS. March 13.-Rcsults at
First race.' four furlongs: Commlda won.
Joan of Arc second. Induna third. tTlme:
HeeonT race, .mile: Pleasant Days won,
oung Mat-low second. Swedish Lady
third. Tlire: 1:44V..
Third rf-e. seven furlongs: King of Mist
won. Belasco Second, fcvtiyn Griffin third.
Time: l:t94. . 1
'ourth race, mile anl fifty yards: Chim
in ? Swep won, Fnstlnn second, Embar
rassment third. Time: 1:43V4.
Fifth r:ue, mile and a furlong: Gentle
Harry won. lo!rero Grande second. Miss
Mv Bnwcl'ili third. Time: 1:65H.
Sixth ruet, Mx furlongs: Linda Rose won,
Duibur second. Mary Glenn third. Time:
Seventh race, mile: Pint won. Prince
Citing second. Klnxman third. Time: 1:4V.
NKW ORLEANS. March I3.-Results at
Fair grounds: .
First race, three' an a half furlongs:
llelmwth won. Itonsy second, Wabash
Queen third. Time: 0:42V
Second race, five anil a half furlongs:
Clsllsnt wun. Electric Spark second, Lythe
list third. Time: LOS.
Third race, mile: Celebration won, l.ouise
Mcfarland second, Kenton third. Time:
Fourth race, mile and a furlong: Macy
Junior won, Loglstllla second, St. Valen
tine third. - Time: 1:53V
Fifth race, six furlongs: Paul Clifford
won. I -atvostrlan second. Dr. Coffey third.
Sixth nice, rulle: Hamllcar won. North
Wind second. Gay Lizette third. Time:
Rexiilts at rftv nark-
First race, three and a half furlongs: j
FORECAST OF "THE WEATHER
Light Snow In.Xebraskn and eouth
Dakota Today and Prftbably "
WASHINGTON. .March 13. Forecast of'
the weather for Wednesday and, Thursday:
For Nebraska and. South Dakota Light
snow Wednesday and probably Thursday.
For Missouri Rain Wednesday; Thurs
day, rain followed by fair In afternoon.
For Iowa Snow Wednesday and probably
Thursday. ' ,
For Montana Fair Wednesday and
COPYRIGHT MEETING BEGINS
Interested Persons Confer at Wash--,
inayton to I jar Plana for
i .. Better Laws. .
; WASHINGTON March 13.-The third of
a series of conferences hi which practi
cally every branch of the publishing In
terests are represented, began at the
library of congress today for the purpose
of completing for the action of congress
a codification and of amendments to the
copyright laws. The first and second pon
fcrences were held in New York in May
and November of last year. They were
Initiated by Herbert Putnam, librarian of
congress, at the suggestion of tho chairman
of the senate committee, on library. 1 The
I two previous sessiuns resulted lu the tenia
snow in" western and I tlve draft of the proposed codification, and
southern portions. ' at the present meeting it is contemplated
For Colorado Snow In east, rain and to complete the work that congress may
colder in west portion Wednesday and1 have the result at the presont session
Thursday. . I The meeting today was attended by about
STATEHOOD BILL PROnABI.Y DEAD
strong Indications that It Will Be
Burled In Committee.
WASHINGTON, March 13.-There are In.
dlcatlons that the statehood bill may be
referred by Speaker Cannon to the commit
tee on territories. This action, the friends
of statehood for 'Indian Territory fear,
will entirely defeat the measure The com
mittee can retain the bill Indefinitely and
should it appear that there are "Insurgent"
votes enough to concur with the senate,
the bill would not, they say. be brought In
the house. '.
Under the rules, of the house a senate
amendment to the house bill which changes
the charge n the treasury, sends the bill
to committee, automatically. The amend
ment In question Is one granting lieu lands
to the state for school purposes in case
sections U and 33 reserved In each town
ship should prove to be mineral lands.
Although the bill goes to committee with
out a motion In the house, it is still on the
speaker's table. ' Vnless some member in
sists that the reference be made at once
the plan is to defer the reference until the
return of members who have gone south
on a river and harbor Inspection tour.
This delegation will return Saturday. An
agreement w;is made before they left
whereby nothing was to be done with the
statehood bill until their return...
The news that the bill was to go to
committee, which, leaked out today, was
somewhat -disconcerting to the "insur
gents," who have been bending their ener
gies to strengthen their numbers in the ex
pectation of a direct vote on the motion
to concur In the senate amendments. If
some way had not been discovered to send
the bill to committee this motion to con
cur would have been In order and would
have taken precedence over a motion to
disagree and go into conference. Just how
the "insurgents" are to meet the new sit
uation has not been decided upon so far as
can be ascertained.
PROTEST FROM CORPORAL TAER
Objects to Proposed Law Reducing;
Salaries of Aged Clerks.
WASHINGTON.' March 13. "Corporal"
Tanner, commander-in-chief of the Grand
Army of the Republic, has written a letter
to Representative . James A. Tawney of
Minnesota, chairman of-the house commit
tee on appropriations, protesting vigorously
against the action of Mr. Tawney'a com
mittee in recommending the enactment of
a law reducing the "compensation of govern
ment clerks after have attained the
age bf 65 years. ''"Corporal" Tanner wrltea
particularly In behalf of his comrades of
the civil war, many.4f whom, now employed
In the, governments service, would be af
fected seriously byjthje proposed reduction
In compensation. '
"Corporal". Tanner -ventures the asser
tion to Mr.'f awnes that "you won't find
a confederate soldier behind your bill" and
Incidentally pays8'1 tribute to a confed
erate brig idler whp refused to permit a
tingle one of the union veterans to be dis
turbed when, he haf the power to remove
The letter-tit par -Is as follows:
The operation of, the proposed peualty
for loyal and faithful service would fall
so heavily upon those who bore the bur
den of the battle In the union army that
I must treat it as If they were th - sole
beneficiaries. It is for them I speak..
Our comrades in, .ha government service
are, by the circumstances of their posi
tions, powerless to, defend themselves. I
beg you to speak for - instead of against.
If you cannot leave them alone.
SEVERE STORM IN, WEST
Bait Lks Oity Visited by Worst Wind in
ONLY ONE TELEGRAPH LINE WORKING
Bllasard Follows (iale and Italn and
Ureat Damage la Done to
Bnlldlnga and Klectrlc
SALT LAKE CITY. March 13 -From
midnight until daylight today Salt Lake
City was In the grasp of the worst storm
in years. Beginning with a drissllng rain,
a wind which attained at one time a ve
locity of sixty miles an hour soon fol
lowed. Signs were wrenched from their
fastenings, chimneys were In many places
shattered, electric wiles broken and In
some instances roofs carried away. New
buildings throughout the city were ren
dered wrecks and the loss to uncompleted
structures will be heavy. The Warm
Springs bath just northwest of the city
was damaged to the extent of thousands
of dollars. The telegraph wires were
paralysed, but one out of Salt Laku City
being workable. The wind wss followed
by one of the fiercest bllszards ever seen
here. Street car traffic is delayed and
street travel this morning is almost Im
Bad Conditions In Iowa."
DE8 MOINES. March 13. A heavy snow
storm struck Des Moines and Iowa early
today and is Increasing In severity. Trains
have been able to make their schedules,
but cannot In a few hours if the storm
continues. Street railway traffic Is badly
Impaired. The Des Moines weather bureau
reports the snow general all over the state.
P1RRRE, 8. D., March 13. (Special Tele
gram.) Tho snowstorm which began here
8uuduy night has developed this evening
Into a heavy fall und already several Inches
are on the ground. The temperature Is
mild and not enough wind to drift It any
Storm In Germany.
HAMBURG, March 13.-A hurricane Is
blowing the water Into the harbor, flooding
houses and driving vessels ashore. The
country down the LI be Is flooded and the
land batteries are con'.lnuously firing alarm
guns as tho land marks are Invisible owing
to a snow storm.
Emperor William has given up his pro
posed trip to Heligoland on board the battle
ship Kaiser Wllhelm II. Several minor
shipping disasters have been reported.
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flairs? V r
Bank Bill Considered...'
WASHINGTON.' March lS.-The senate
committee on privileges and elections today
instructed a subcommittee, consisting of
Senators Foraker, Knox and Bailey, to
examine the several bills before the senate
For Wyoming Snow Wednesday and j sixty of those Interested in the work. They i to prohibit national banks from contributing
Thursday, except fair Thursday In western
portion. . . ' . ,
OFF1CH OF THK WFATHER Bl'PKAl',
OMAHA, March 18. Official record of tern-,
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
vears: .'. 19. 1S04- 1S-
Maximum temperature....- 32 21 K M
Minimum temperature ... 14 22 M- !
Me:tn temperature ........ 1 2 t a 4n
Precipitation 9 .W .37 T
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1.
nnd comparison with the last two years;
Normal temperature : 33
Deficiency for, the day. 15
Ieficlency since March 1. 32
Normal precipitation .4 lnch
F.xcess for the day !6 Inch '
Precipitation since March ...v. .Winch
F.xcess since March 1 '. 33 Inch '
! (ellctenry for cor. period. 19"R.. .3 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period 19U4.. .Winch
Reports from Stations at 7 1. M.
Temp. Maxi- Ttain
Station and State
of Weather. 7 p.m. mum.
Pismarck, snowing s . 4
Cheyenne, snowing 4 1H
Chicago, cloudy 6 X
Davenport, cloudy 14 ' W
Denver, snowing 14 ", 32
Havre, clear t ' S
Helena, cloudy t ' ' !
Huron, snowing 12 " 1
Kansas City, raining .... 7fi ' 2X
North Platte, cloudy K 22
Omaha, cloudy 22 2!
Rapid City, snowing ...... 4 . 12
St. lyouls, cloudy .. ;.'.. 2S;"' 3
St. Paul, snowing '.12'' 14
Salt Lake City, -cloudy. i.. 4 ' tti
Valentine, snowing '. 10 14
WllliHton, part cloudy jt ;
He low sero.
T indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster
represent the American Copyright league,
the American Bar association, American
Dramatists' club, American Library asso- I
ciatlon, American Press Publishers' asso-
cla:-ion, American Publishers" Copyright
league. Association of Theater Managers of
Greater New Tork, International Typo-1
graphical union. Photographers' Copyright ;
league. United Typothetae and many other
organisations of similar character. It. 1 is
expected the conference will continue1 for
several days. The program contemplates
the final discussion and adoption of the
section -of the proposed codification. At
former meetings the result Indicated such
unanimity of opinion that a satisfactory
conclusion Is predicted.
The discussion of the various sections of
the proposed codification continued all
day and will be resumed tomorrow.
money for campaign purposes, and report
whether any of these measures, if enacted
Into law, would prevent such evils in the
future. The committee -was instructed to
draft a bill if the .pending measures are
II4ZISO COMMITTED MAKES HKI'UBT
Admiral Brownaon - and Llentenaat
Snyder Are Censored,.,
, WASHINGTON, Marcu 13 The subcom
mittee named by the house committed on
naval affairs to Investigate hazing at An-
J napolls made Its report to the whole com-
Old Butch. Clearer
Is as useful outside the bouse as inside. In the
stable it cleans leather more perfectly than soap can
and with half the work.
Its polishing power makes it invaluable for metal
irlrumlngs on harness and carriages.
Nothing like it for scrubbing floors gets down into
luc grain oi iuo
rV wood, and lifts
ana absorbs all
Nothing in it
to Injure the
them soft, white
Large Sifting Top Cans
By All Grocers
At 10 Cents
i Made by
Gfe CUDAHY PACKING CO.. S0UTU OMAIIAVnEDRASKX
jo tlve Vreeland of New York, chairman of
" J the Investigating committee,
ml Rear Admiral Brownson Is censured In
.101 the report for exacting pledge from mld
M ! shirimen not to engage in hastng and for
allowing the boys to think the pledge was
personal to him and did not hold after
Rear Admiral Sands became superinten
dent at Annapolis. Lieuirnant C. P. Sny
der Is also censured mildly for having
Graduated punishment for haslng is rec
ommended by the subcommittee, which is
firmly of the opinion that the present sys
tem of expelling all midshipmen found
guilty of basing Is vicious. Rear Admiral
Sands and other officers now at the acad
emy are praised for the discipline they are
maintaining, and the report shows that
cadet officers have been Chiefly responsible
As result of Its examination of witnesses
and records the subcommittee found that
SI members of the three upper classes at
the academy. Including the class which was
recently graduated, have been guilty of
hating and on trial could be expelled from
the academy. The result would be a great
and unnecessary loss to the government, in
the opinion of the members of the commit
tee, who found thst many of the offenses
The report makes It clear that a failure
of oadst officers to perform their duties
makes It impossible for naral officers in
charge to maintain discipline and de
nounced the code of honor which permits
cadet officers to shun their duties. The
committee savs the present system of
niaintaing order is correct, but urges that
officers In charge shall, be more active In
reporting violations and shall be careful to
report all knowledge of violations which
they do not actually see. Aecording to
surgeons records In sick uuarteis, only
seven have been recorded there since Oc
tober, Uu4 od the report says It U Itupos-
Repnlrlne; the Dry Dork.
WASHINGTON, March 13. The follow
ing cablegram' frofftj, Commander Hoaley,
concerning work on the dry dock Dewey
at Las Panamas, Canary Islands, was re
ceived today at" the ' State4 1 department:
"Material received taarch 6, Work Is
being delayed by . the lack of riveters.
Should be finished March 18."
AVERT TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE
Station Agents and Telegraphers Ar
range Scale of Wages on
WASHINGTON, March 13. The commit
tee of five representing the telegraphers
and station agents of the Southern rail
way last night, agreed to accept the wage
scale of that road. The wage scale as de
cided on dues not contemplate a minimum
or maximum wage, but has been adjusted
with a view of fitting each individual case.
In announcing the fact that a setllomeut
had been effected, II. IS. Perham, president
of the Order of Railway Telegraphers, said:
The committee representing the telegraph
ers and station agents is very well suiistted
with tne scale agreed on. While some of
the employes have grown a little impa
tient since the negotiations were opened
with the Soul hern on December 7, those
having uireut charge of lUu matters, , know
ing the immense amount of wora-necessary
beiore an acceptable scale couid be agred
on, have nothing but words of praluu (or
the. ottlcials of the Southern.
This is the first suheOuie that -has ever
been put In eftect on the Houtliern, and it
was necessary for the conlerence tu begin
af the bottom.
The wage scale as agreed on wU t)e per
petual, unless a change is desueu, and
then notice of thirty aaya is required be
fore any action can be taken.
As there was no maximum or minimum
scale fixed, it would, of course, be impos
sible for me to state Just what the in
crease in wages will amount to. In fact.
In such cases we prefer that such informa
tion should be given out by the company.
Hut from the tact that the committee la
satisfied, you can easily draw the conclu
sion what substantial increases have been
granted solely on individual merit.
II. B. Spencer, general manager of the
Southern railway, when Informed the com
mittee had accepted his proposals, stated
that the schedule submitted by the com
mittee had for its object the general re
adjustment of wages along the entire
SouUiern railway lines.
WARREN COMES UP LATER
Repnbliran C'ancns Postponed.
WASHINGTON, Maroh 13,-On account
of the reception here ' tomorrow night to
Governor Penny packer of Pennsylvania,
the repubtlcarj statehood caucus has been
postponed - until Thursday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Tho call : for the caucus will be
issued today. , '
Senate ConBrrAS Nominations.
WASHINGTON, March 13.-The senate in
executive session today confirmed the fol
John L. Pancoast. associate justice of
the supreme court .ef Oklahoma.
John 11. Duncan,. relver of pu,b)ic money
at Springfield, Mo. . -
aval Mllltla Favored.
WASHINGTON, March 13.-The house
committee on naval affairs decided today
to make a favorable report on the Foss
bill for the eatabltnhpient of naval mllltla
by the various states.
Senate Wants Powder Factory.
WASHINGTON, March 13. -The senate
committee on appropriations has adopted
an amendment to the fortifications appro
priation bill providing for a government
powder factory. , .
MAM -METHODISTS TO ATTK.ND
Hnron Exweete to Kntertnln at Least
' HURON, S. D.. March 13. -(Special.) Vp
to this time arrangements have been made
by the local committee for the enter
tainment of at least 660 people during the
great missionary convention to be held here
March 28 to 30 under direction of the Meth
odist F.plscopal church. Among those cer
tain to be present arc five bishops, many
missionaries, missionary secretaries, pre
siding elders, preachers and laymen. These
come from all parts of the world and the
more distingulslied of them will take part
In the convention proceedings.
A feature of the gathering will be the
"educational exhibit,"'' showing besides
large collections of curios from all foieign
fields, exhibits of real work done In the
hundreds of fields In mission schools In
foreign lands. The collection la the largest
In the world and Mill be of deep Interest
to all classes. Aside from this an oppor
tunity to see md hear many distinguished
divines will attract large uumbers of
people representing ery Christian denom
ination la the country,
Clarence Oathrlght, colored, was tried in
police court Tuesday morning on the charge
of breaking and entering an Illinois Cen
tral box car' and stealing one block of
spelter. Gathrlght was bound to the dis
trict court In the sum of 3200. The name
of Cal Warren was entered on the com
plaint aa an accomplice of Gathrlght, but
as Warren Is being held by the South
Omaha police on the charge of having been
Implicated In the shooting of Edward Flury,
Warren was not tried on the box car affair.
Dea Moines Men See President.
WASHINGTON, March 13. A delegation
of citizens of Des Moines, la., headed by
Mayor George W. Mattern. was presented
to the president today by Secretaries 8haw
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Ingredients are purely vegetable.
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'TIIE MEN'S TRUE SPECIALISTS
Longest KMabltslicd, Most SurcrHSful and Reliable SrxTlallsts, as Medi
cal Diplomas, Licenses and Newspaper Records Show.
f W I . T g fl?kT Youth is prone to weakness and weakness allied
1 1 lill 1 1 I"lIjFl with ignorance of the consequences which are sure
w to follow makes indiscretions snd folly lnevltnble.
gMfHTTTrrTrTTffllirt We have observed the terrible blighting influ
ences of abuses and indiscretions in the young and middle-aged; sapping the
vital forces; undermining the foundations of manhood; clouding the brightest
minds and destroying all noble thoughts and aspirations; family circles dis
rupted and the poisonous fangs reaching out and blighting even succeeding
There are thousands of partially and totally wrecked constitutions among
young men today from abuses and Indiscretions In early life. Their weakened
vitality, shattered nerves and exhausted energies tell a pitiable story. Mul
titudes havo brought upon themselves the horrors of a life-long dlease or
weakness through excess, abuses and unnatural drains, which sap the very
foundation ot life, destroying their health and strength, leaving them a
mental, physical and sexual wreck.
Are you one of the many thousands of WEAK MEN, and do you wish to
be cured? We have devoted many years exclusively to treating this class of
troubles, attended with the greatest success, and we are thus ensbled to give
this class of sufferers the benefit of our extended experience in treating dis
eases of this nature. The specialists of the State Medical Institute are emi
nently qualified to advise, direct and treat such cases. We are thoroughly con
versant m-lth every minute detail connected with such cases, and encourage
and counsel the patient by good advice while skill and medicines restore him
back to health, strength and happiness.
We have investigated and tested all known methods for the treatment and
cure of private diseases and weaknesses of men, which gives us the right to
Judge between the false and the true bet ween shallow pretention and solid
worth between substance and shndrw. Musty theories cSnnot stand out
against our mode of treatment, agxlnst progressive medical frvience, new din
, coveriea and undisputed facts of diseases cured to stay cured by our method
We cure safely and thoroughly
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual Debility,
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal, Kid
ney and Urinary Diseases
and ull diseases and weaknesses of men due to Inheritance, evil habits, ex
cesses, self abuse or the result of specific or private diseases.
M make no misleading statements, deceptive' or unbusinesslike
propositions to the afflicted, neither do we promise to cure them in a
few days, nor offer cheap, worthless treatment In order to secure their
patronage. Honest doctors of recognized ability do not resort to sttch
methods. We guarantee a perfect, safe and lasting cure In the quickest
possible time, without leaving injurious after-effects in the system, and
at the lowest cost possible for honest, skillful and successful treatment.
rprc oneultatlea If you cannot eall write for symptom blank.
ULL an4 Examination Office Hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10 to 1 only.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th fits.. OMAHA. NEB.
II 1 o )
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Round Trip Bates to the South, March '20th.
Mobile, Ala., and Return '. ..... . i . . . $21.30
Montgomery, ila' and 'Return w i k''.'. - . .$21.30,
Jackson, Miss., and Return............. ....,.$18.65
Pensacola, Fla., and Return. .$21.80
Lake Charles, La., and Return. ,$21.20
New Orleans, La., and Return $22.15
Beaumont, Texas, and Return .$20.00
Galveston, Texas, and Return $21.10
Dallas, Texas, and Return....... $14.40
Fort "Worth, Texas, and Return $14 40
El Paso, Texas, and Return .$25.85
Carlsbad, N. M., and Return ..... .'. ... . $22.40
Albuquerque, N. M., and Return.. .' $24.10
Oklahoma City, O. T., and Return. .$10.70
Guthrie, 0. T., and Return. $10.10
.South McAlcster, I. T., and Return.. $10.70
Pine Bluff, Ark., and Return. $15.30
Joplin, Mo., and Return $10.00,
Springfield, Mo., and Return...... .$10.00
Wichita,, Kan, and Return,. $10.00
Stopovers allowed at many points. Final return
limit 21 days. , . : , .-,
J. B, REYNOLDS
City Passenger Agent
1502 FARNAM STREET.
M fJUHUJMMllW I
The Janitor service In The Bee
Building is as near perfect as it can
De, remembering that janitors are
human. Offices from $10 to $4?
per monthseveral desirable ones
from which to choose.
W?fl'ix-ti I X. KPECIAL and -CHRONIC IISKA8fc8 who are treat-J-'
' 1 ' 'Vl lag with ltixpertenel Uouti.re without receiving any
Cflt'i HftiS?''it .'-heiieni. we have dn-ldrd to inak- a spe.-ial otter to
C. 7 i . ZjMf,fJ?,-J.W.lX treat any single unromplu-alrd case for the. fee of
W'V.J ZiJr L P - 10.M until Aia'U 1st, those who are ni.W undergoing
. . ... treatment slsewaera and are dlssatlsflert. except blood
poison. No matter how skeptical ou have ixnenn over failures o omers, ao am
hesitate longer, we can give you quick relief and !"' health and you. will never
ag.U. -have to be treated for the aame trouble. Im not J"""?"
you have consulted the old reliably Dr. Soailes ei Sarle. hbrAHUblihU la OslAiiA
for 15 YEAHS. wha uame and reputation are so 'srably known as the most
nerleaced and su-.eeful HfcX'tAMMi'tf XN THK WtiT.' Wfc, CI Kb I Of, THEN
WE CURE OUR PATIENTS
UNDER AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE
NOT A DOLLAR.
Required to Commence Treatment
Others May Treat,
But Wa Cur
I I Man for $10.
I I Until April Is
ut,L',iii. oh-v-F.R Owlnc to the faj-t that su manv
hv ht-ii unsble to avail themselves of our treatment
.nrf in i-tw of there being sn many afflicted WITH
v,.ll O.V I'd M b'lf'b
Weak nervoua'men. nervous debility. Tsrliocele. troubles, blood poison, contracted
dlsea.es, prostatic troubles, wa.tlng woakuMSw s, hydrocele, j-hromc diseases, stomach
'"esiuuTaalonaand consultation. Write for Symptom blenk. If years la pmsha.
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