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TIIE OMAHA DAILY 'BEE: FIJI DAY. APIUL fi. 1fi.
Telephone. Ponftla 6 IS.
Friday we shaU introduco a new department to. the Omaha ladies. A department devo
ted to the selling of really pretty, new and stylish white dresses at wonderfully low prices. Our
Sixteenth street- window mirrors the real beauty of these fashionable garments when worn, and
wf know your verdict will be one of instant approval the moment you see them. " Second Floor
Suit. Room. . - -
" An Easter Millinery Display of Surprising Scope.
of eure th Pari Ideae are of first lm portance. an they .are comprehensive if
what the wor4 of fashion la to follow. But the American designs nnd our own
stylea lr equal In creative genius and null tha fashion demands of the moat discrim
inating. Come and lew the model of the world'a foremost artist?. Bide by aide with
the Paris hats are those of our own creation and Kf are most sure you will And our
styles at IR.OO. $., W.fO, I7.M, .$.- and Op equal In beauty to the heat French fash
ions. M-llllnery Falon, second floor. Paris hata WO.OOtc 0"- '
; Leather Goods.
Coin Purses, black, ' brown, navy and
green aeal leather, at rap handle, at 11.00,
t).0A and 12.50 each.
4 triage Pans made of rood quality seal
lenther, brown, tan and black, fitted with
coin purse, plain leather handle, at $2.00,
I.Vin and 13.00 each.
Carriage... Bags, black seal arid walrus,
from W.Od to $9.00 each. .
Envelope Baas, green, tan and black seat,
Main strap handles at front $-00 to. $15.0Q
each. . . t . , ,
Carriage Bags In white walrus, fitted with
coin u-ae, plain. leather .handles, at 11.25
Special Sale of Fancy Linens in
Our Economy Basement,
10 dosTicriffe Doilies, JTtjc e.a'cli:
dos. J.2&i. "Tenarlfjo." -lblues, txt each.
l'W dot. $B Tenerlffe Dollies, 19c each.
FRINGED FRUIT NAPKINS.
l'O doa. So Fringed fruit Napkins, lc each.
FRINGED DAMASK TOWELS.
5 dot. 0o Fringed Damask Towels, i!3o
M doi. $bv . Fringed Damask Towels, 12Hc
each. ., . v
Special Sale, Remnants Table, Damask
and Crash Toweling.""-' - - '
' BATH towels:
t iloz. 'l,V-' Bath Towels, lftc each.
3 dos. 4Sd Bath Towels, 25c each.
M dux. 24c Bath Towels, Ic each.
H. 8. DRAWN WORK SCARFS.
L'i dos. Mo H. 8. Scarfs, 49e each. I -25
dos. Kc H. . Lunch Cloth, 9c. - -:
dos. Tic H. fi.- Lunch Cloth, 38c inch.
Ject of Jeers and sneers In the senate nn
This was the end of the serious part of
tho controversy. Mr. Forager replied In a
conciliatory manner' to Hr. Dolllver
complaint relative to the" character of the
debate on Tuesday, aytng' that for tha
most part the 'discussion had consisted of
good natured raillery -directed at the aenlor
senator from Iowa, Mr. Allison. -
"It la so -seldom, he said, '"that; we. gat
an eppottuhltyteaeyenytMar .bout him
that moat of us. enjoy , any opportunity to
say someihlog (ai' Til .expense." , '
By . tha time, that Mr. Allison arose the
senate was In a thoroughly good 'humor
and hta remarks, (hough brief, were of
character to ,add materially to the good
The senate, at ' p. m., went Into execu
tive session and adJournd twelve minutes
, later. ' ' ' '
1IHBATK TAKES A WIDE RAXGB
Mlarhta'of Labor, Go4a Roada and
v : Tariff Dlacaaaed. -
WA8HINQTON.' April o. The postofflo
appropriation bill, following an Immemoral
custom, was made the vehicle for a number
of speeches today having no bearing on
the subjaotv matter under discussion, but
nf general Interest to the country. Tha
rights of! -labor were discussed by Mr.
Town. INew York); good roads by Mr.
l.ee (Ga.); railway mall pay by Mr. Steen
rson (Minn.) and protective tHiiff by Mr.
Incident to his speech on labor Mr.
Towns spoke of tha Increased power given
the speaker of the house by the rules now
In force. Ha saki if the house ever has Its
ancient dignity and power restored It will
be after. It has vindicated the right of dis
cussion of all. public questions.
During, tha lata afternoon Earl and Lady
Grey were interested - Spectators In the
1 A the day draws nearer we realize that the buby buy and gtrls
must also be fitted out with something new for Easter, and for warmer
days.-We are displaying an exquisite line of little coats with caps and
' hatf' tbwatch. is .'welf aa many pretty little effects in 'hand-made
dremses, sarqueg and bibs for the yery tiny babe. Never before have
we had such a complete, stock of pretty things for babes as we are
showing this season.
. lmg Coats in Uudfoidc, flue Caeli
iiieres, Crepes uud kilks. duliutlv
.trimmed wiiu tine braid, lace or hand
embroidereil, at. prices
I l oin Il-I.itj down to
Short Coats, with pretty trimmed
capes, some made foil and gathered
'on yoke, others with the new blaa
, ; back, at prices from s
, ,M0.O down to IsOVI
; lox Coats and Reefers, in Serges, Mo
hairs, Cheviots and tiques. soma
; niada with detachable fancy lac
collar, at IS. 60, S4 .40. O O .1
U and as.asO
til Ik Bonnets, plain, hand embroidered
4ana iancy ininnma tlounets, fvKf.
st $2.33. 11.15. jc arid.
, f'a.sfiable Bonnet. In flue
Hwlsse. embroidered Mulls
, ted Hwisses. at pri-es Oi.ic
ranging from M.'Ji down to.."-'w
f rench hand made Bonnets,
at U ii. H.M. itS and
.Long Dresses, In fine Nainsook and
I-ersian Lawns, at prtcss s-) c
t from t.W down to OOC
,J3hnrt Dresses, baby yoke styles. In
Nainsooks and IVralan Lawns, lac
or rnibioi.l. iy trlinniKl styles, gut
t; t $.0U, fc ta. ., H IS. ,oc ft..OUC
. .; Bee, April 5. 190.
Showing Friday of Lingerie Waists,
Dresses, White Lawn Dresses, Pretty Net Dresses
Easter Embroideries. -
Never before has ' this department been
so complete with varied and choice novel
ties. We make a specialty of the finest
embroideries from 8U Gall, suitable for
wedding trousseaus, graduation gowns,
Easter gowns and the daintiest- Of little
folks' garments. And here, too,' are pro
vided the many staple lines ranging from
10c a yard up. Our largo assortment of
seam headings range from If lo i yard.
Ktbbqn beading, medallions. Inserting,
galloons, ejglng, tuck'ngs, all-overs . In
great variety. Embroidered robes Or partly
made dresses from $11 to H5' each. ,
Ask to see our embroidered batiste from
$1 to $3 a, yard.. Tou will enjoy looking at
these handsome' good whether you wish to
purchase or not. Displayed at our em
broidery, counter, first floor. ' '
Long Gloves for Easter.
Our line of long kid gloves Is now com
plete in all the leading shades and black
or white. Considering the many calls for
long lengths we advise early purchase to
avoid disappointments. Although our sup
ply Is large we are unable to estimate the
Elbow Length Gloves 8uede, In shades
of tan, brown, modo. navy, red, greoii.
operas, French gray, black and white, per
1 Elbow Length Gloves Glace, In shades
of brown, tan, mode and white, per pair, $3.
Elbow Length Gloves Washable kid. In
mode, black and white, per pair, $3. SO.
Elbow Length Gloves Glace, Trefousse
quality. In black only, an excellent value,
per pair, $3. GO.
Mousquetalre Gloves, 8-button Length
Sued, In French grays, mode and white,
pen pair, $1.30.
Mousquetalre ' Gloves, 8-button Length
Suede or glace. In mode, gray, navy green,
prunes, black or white, per pair,'
Howard. Corner 16th
reserved gallery and after the house ad
journed they, with 8enator Newlands, held
aft Informal reception ,ln the room of tha
The poHtofflce appropriation bill was
taken up when the house met today and
Mr. Moon (Tehn.) the ranking minority
rrieniber'of the post office and post roads
committee, continued the explanation of
the bill. He Insisted that If the appropria
tion for railway maft sen-Ices was to te
cut down' it should b only after complete
investigation. " ' V '
i Mr, .Towae (New , York, tollo wad.-,- Mr.
Moon.. After, a short dissertation on tha
growth of the present rules now In force
in the house he addressed himself to tha
petition recently presented by labor leaders
to the president and. congress asking
favorable consideration of the mcasurea
deemed of Importance to the men for whom
they spoke. Arguing that this petition was
quits the most significant utterance of tha
sort In recent economic history, he said:
The political 1 party in power Is. aa an
organization, the agent of the dominant
economic forces of the age; those forces
tend to capitalistic combination and con
solidation. If unrestrained and unregulated.
They threaten the stability of the social
order and the workingmcn of the country
may Justlv feel an especial interest In
curbing the rapacity of these organlit-d
appetites which exist either by the warrant
or permission of the laws. In this enter
prise these petitioners become allies of all
members or society noi inimraninj ,
soclnted In the scheme of spoliation and ,
plunder. When thus engaged they cense
to be a faction, but become tnc representa
tives of the general welfare. Instead of
meriting the appellation of agitators
and disturbers they range themselves
anion the conservative elements of pur
institutions In furtherance of what has
become the great patriotic political duty
of the hour, the restoration in the republic
of the ancient standards of Justice and
equailtv under the law, the mingled safety
and progress that constitute the goal and
the sanction of democratic government.
Mr. Towne was given a splendid ovation
when he conculded,
Mr. eteeneraon (Minn.) apoke om tha sub
Gretchen styles for the. litUe
pises 1 and t yeurs, . .
at $145, 1.6i and...-.....'.
Pleated Dresses for the
elsvs 1 to 3 years,
at fl.!6, Utfi and.
Baby Hacques and Kimonos of Outing
flannel, wool flannel and fine cash
meres, both plain or fine haiid-
emoroiaerea, irom 9bc. 85c.
In the plainer styles to th more elab
orate. t t-i.X. fl.as. Il.tto (ICS.
and I. IO
y flannel or Citshiucre Shawls, in
dainty embroidered effect. A ax
at Vi-Si. UM, U Ma and... '13
Bbs at lie. Ik-, 10c
Fancy lac triiauied Bibs, with Bin
quilted pad, at 7Sc. iic and....OUC
at 11.96, n.26, asu and.
.W carry a complete assortment Of
Celluloid Traysi Infant' Toilet Sets
and fancy Celluloid Kattk-a. i
Writ fur ilustruted .catalogue.
xn m m jrw
In Our Economy Basement
Suit Department. "
New spring Cravenettes In olive, oxlord
grays and tana, worth $l2.i for $6.96.
New and stylish silk petticoats at $4.M
and $5.00. . '
(special prices on all' our sateen petti
coats, regular valuea. $10, now 9Sc.
Special prices on ail our woolen 'waists,
regular values $:.00, $3.00 and $3.50. now
Special prices on all our fine broadcloth,
pnnama, Venetian and fancy mixed skirts.
Handsome Navy Blue Brillian
i tine, Friday, Economy
Basement, 29c Yd. .
i The blue pencil has made sweeping re
ductions for Friday. The lot may not last
long; better come early. But while at the
counter make It a point to look the rem
nants over. They w ill surely be. of In
terest. ' - ' .
. ..- . . . .
Regular. $1.25. Silk and Wool
. -ni;., . tn-j A o rr PXe. ft. VorrL
I x vyiiUf , www
No such" stylos and vatuca anywhere else.
That is the popular verdict of the thou
sands of customers who have attended this
special sale. You should come early Fri
day and go all through the line. There
are some very pretty colors left, especially
In the tans, hello, old rose and navy.
Etra Special in Stylish New
Silks Friday at 29c, 39c,
49c, 59c a Yard.
Remember Just two more days left in
which you tan secure regular C5o quality
Bilks for 89c, 75c and 85c silks for 4o a
yard. And the great success of this sale
has not only been the superior quality of
silks, but more especially the exquisite line
of choice colors, especially in the new
queen's grays. Many 'of the lota will not
last long. Othera are good for several
hours, and some may still be hero at
ject of railway mall pay. Mr. Lea (Ga.)
favored a good roads appropriation. Mr.
Kalney (111.) spoke in favor of a cfignge in
existing tariff legislation.
The main feature of Mr. Rainey'a speech
was devoted to the alleged 'watch trust,
which he used as an object leason. Mr.
Kalney, being, unuble to. complete hi re
marks within, the. time allotted him and
having secured permission to finish to
morrow, the house at 6:10 p. m. adjourned,
no i progress whatever having been made
6n th bill. " ;;;;c ; "?.l .C,.
Mohemlaaa aa "Weather Sharps."
WASHINGTON. April S.-From the num
ber of lettere written In the Bohemian lan
guage arriving at the weather bureau
office It is pointed out that some Bohemian
publication has stated that the L'nited
States will give a rtrize for -path.r nr..
aictiona. one Bohemian who offered c.
curate weather prognostication" for a
full year addressed his missive to "The
Director of the United States, New York
Xominatlotis by President.
WASHINGTON. April 6.-The president
today sent the following nominations to the
Attorney, district of Oklahoma, John K.
To be placed on retired list of the army
nii miiK oi nrigaaier colonel, Charles K.
Suter. corps engineers.
Postmasters: Colorado J. W. Wolf, Ea
ton. Idaho J. Trahen. Idaho 8prlngs; I.
S',.1'r1','?;. KI1"F: W. W. Dunn, Twin
Falls. Illinois W. S Chlttendon, Park
rldge. Missouri D. R. Walker, Osard.
Senate Coaflrma Post masters.
WASHINGTON, April S.-The aenatc !n
executive session today confirmed the fol
Postmasters Iowa: R. C. White, Glen
wood; J: T. Kills, Pannra. Montana: O. W.
IlufTaker, Helena. Nebraska:' K. "M. Mim
mel. McCook. Wyoming: E. T. Helta, Lar
amie. Colorado: K. N. Keardon, Victor.
"H'orklsg oi Canal BUI.
WASHINGTON. April J.--Senators Klt
tretlge. Knox and Morgan were today
named, us a sulK-ommlttee to prepare a
bill for the government of the canal gone.
Dry Dock Makes Uootl Progress.
WASHINGTON. April 5.-At ita present
rate of apeed 100 miles a day the dry
dock Dewey is expected to reach the- Sue
canal within eight day.
Curtis M. Benton. ' ''
LEAVENWORTH. Kan.. April 6-CurUs
IS. Benton, a captalu In the First Kansaa
Infantry during the civil wur, died at the
Soldiera' Home here today, aged 80 year.
He enlisted at Atchison, Kan., and after
the war became prominent as a live stock
buyer in this state. He was a native of
Faneral of Edward C. Inill.
BOSTONj April 5.-The body of Edwin C.
Swift, the packer who died her early to
day, was removed early tonight to Mr.
Swift's residence at Pride'a Crossing. Bev
erly. The funeral has. been arranged for
Sunday. Th body will be placed In a re
ceiving tomb until the return of Mrs. 'Swift
Dog; Saves Man's Life.
HL'RON, 8. V., April l.-i8pecla!.)-Tue.
day evening while out hunting J. A. Car-
lvle and Ed Danielson attempted to cross
Pearl rseek in a one-horse buggy at a
point where the watr is very deep. The,
horso plunged, overturned the VBy and
the two men were precipitated into the
stream. Mr. DanlcUon and the horse were
drowned, but by heldlng to tha neck of hla
hutjting dog Carlyle reached ahore. Daniel
son leaves a wife and three children.
Hirer Hlaes at Pierre.
PIERRE. 8. J.. April .-(6peclal Tel
gram.) 1Jie river went to the nine dot
stage here today in a rise with a heavy
run of river ice. The ice endangered and
carried away a portion of th North
mestern'a temporary bridge, but mot of
it w saved by anchoring it with cables.
Governor Elrod baa aet Friday, April 30, as
the date for Arbor day.
Ice Honnlna; at Plrrre.
PIERRE. 8. D-. April i.-(BpeciI telegram-)
Toe Missouri river rose, thr feet
her last night and is covered with run
ning ice from shore to shor.
MILLARD 1S -:TO!INT. HOME
Conference of Bit lieutenants to Be Held
Purine Hit Btay la Nebraska.
CANDIDACY FOR RE-LUCTION COKES U
Seeee'tary f the Interior Faora P.
meat atee ana Panca nf
Money Held la Trnat far
Tneae Tn Trlnea.
(From a tfuff Corre;ondctit.)-
WASHINGTON. Arrll .-(Ppeclal Tele,
gram.) Senator Millard will leave for Ne
braska tomorrow. Incidentally,. It Is ex
pected the question will be determined once
for all whether th sot a tor will actively
enter1 the race for re-election. Word has
been sent out , to the senatdr's friends
throughout the state thst he will be In
Omaha on Monday and after hearing re
ports of lieutenants h will decide
whether to enter the lists.
Increase In Mall Service.
Congressman llinshaw was notified today
that the railway mail st.rvlce, after thor
ough Investigation,' had decided to put on
a local mall train service qn trains No. t
and No. 42, between OniahA and Belleville
on the rWk Island; ' With thla additional
service .Qmaba, KuS -Belleville will have
three mall tie las each. .Wry.' This Increased
setvlc has been ;re;flj" heeded, the Com
mercial cluDi of OrjiaJia and cltlienS of Falf
bury taking. the initiative.- -
Judge Paul Charlton,, in' honor of Mrs.
J. E. Baum and Mrs. George Prltchelt,
entertained at lunhheotj . yesterday at hi
apartments. In addition to the guests of
honor there were; present Mrs. John'L.
Kennedy, Senator, and. Miss Millard. The
Nebraska delegation was also Invited, but
were detained by caucus.
Report Aaatnst K.Ik City.
First Assistant Postmaster General Hltcll
cock has advised Representative Kennedy
that inquiry shows the rural free delivery
service from Valley and Washington, Net,
completely Covers the territory contiguous
to Elk City an will supply nil tha patrons
of that office without Inconvenience. Tha
Inspector who- Investigated the matter re
ports that since the establishment of com
plete county service In Douglas county
there is no necessity w-hatever for continu
ing the Elk City postofflce. Should there
be no further reasons glvon than are now
on ,flle for the Continuance of the post
office at that point it will be discontinued
July 1. Mr. Kennedy saya he will Insist
on the office being retained and "let it go
at that." r
Minor Matters at Capital.
Judge Norrla. today secured a pension for
Elbert Corbin of Grand Island at 111' per
Mrs. A. B. Boyer ot Omaha, haa been
granted a pension, of $ per month from
Congressman Iflnshaw announces that
Horace M. Wells was today reappointed
postmaster at Crete, Neb. He Is a soldier
of the civil war and hla son recently died
from injurlea Incurred In the Spanish
American war. Hla ' services have been
highly satisfactory to the department.
Endoraea Indian Petition,
Secretary Hitchcock today transmitted to
congress a latter from the commissioner of
Indian affalji In relatfpti to the share of
tha Ban tee., and Ponqa Indian In Ne
braska In tli principal J of permanent fund
In the treasury., fco, iJie..crsdit of the Sioux
natlotv- The Sattvsna Pcncaa have re.
quested their share of the Sioux permanent
fund to be paM HO ahem .per capita. lTpon
Invfestlgatl'jti by the1 'Indian- commissioner,
through W. H. Meagley, superintendent of
the Eantee agency, he. recommends and the
secretary of the Interior concurs that the
request of these Indians be granted. The
commissioner reports the share of the
Santees In 'this fund amounts to fl38,9M,'and
they number about 1.075; the share of the
Poncaa Is I29.8M ' and they number 238,
Superintendent Meagley states that aa a
class the adult Santees and Poncas are
fully capable of caring Intelligently for the
small per capita payment which they would
receive from the payment of their portion
of the funds, but recommenda that the
shares of minors be withheld. A proposed
amendment to the pending Indian appro
priation bill is submitted by Secretary
Hitchcock providing; for the distribution of
these fund to the Santees and Poncas. It
Is further provided that the shares of
minors or incompetents may be paid to the
parents or guardians when so recommended
by the secretary of the Interior.
Rural carriers appointed: Nebraska
Loup City, rout 1, Henry 8. Conger, car
rier1, James Conger, substitute. Wilson
ville, route i. Earl P. Tarnel, carrier;
Frank Parker, substitute. Iowa Mount
Zlon, route 1, Henry B. Sherod, carrier
Maggie Sherod, substitute. Orillia, route
1, Arthur, Arnold, carrier; Burt f Garrett
MINISTER VISITS STORER
Coantv Golnchowskl falls on and
Spends nn Hoar with Former
VIENNA. April 5 -Count Golucliohkl
railed on Mr. Stoier this afternoon and
spent an hour with the retiring ambassador,
It is understood that the latter will be re
ceived by Emperor Franci Joseph in pri
vate audience after Ettaler. Thereafter Mr.
Stoier will go to Versailles, secure a house
and take up h:a residence In May after revisiting-
Vienna. It la reported that the
Marquis De Reverseaux,' the French am
bassador here, in reply to an Inquiry of the
French government, asking him if the re
port that he lent assistpnee to Mrs. Storer
In her endeavors"" to a , further Catholic
projects was correct, ' telegraphed to Paris
that the statement wu unfounded.
CHICAGO ASKS FOR CHANGE
aaltarr Dlstrtet Sara It Cannot Get
, I-'alr Trial la Peoria
PEORIA, 111., April 5. Just betoie noon
today Frank J. Quinn, aa attorney for the
Chicago sanitary 'district, appeared before
Judge Worthlngton in the circuit -court and
asked for a change of venue in the seven
4een damage suits Still pending against the
district. They insist they cannot secure a
fair end impartial trial before Judge Green.
At the recent session of the grand Jury
Judge Green Instructed them to thoroughly
Investigate the statement that efforts had
Ahrey awnW tb Fell
QraCsUlaiOBttDey,Cr4t1a 3 Dy
been made to bribe a previous Jury. Judg
Worthlngton hsa taken the matter und-r
OFFER FROM. MINERS
(Continued from First Page.)
a decision. Judge Gray, president of the
strike commission, Innde the appointments.
Dorlng th first two years he selected Car
roll D. Wright, former t'nlted States com
missioner of labor, ss the umpire, but dur
ing the last yesr Charts r. NellL th pres
ent labor commissioner, acted aa the
It was stated at the miners' headquar
ters that If the operators agree to arbi
trate a call will be sent out at one for
convention of miners, st which Instruc
tions would be amended If they ratify the
arbitration plan for the Idle mlnera to 're
turn to work Immediately.
PI t tana r Mlnera at Work.
PITTSBURG. April 5.-Gradually the situ
ation In the soft cosl mining Melds Is assum
ing a normal aspect, especially In the Pitts
burg district. Forty-three of the mines
of the Pittsburg Coal company were re
ported in operation today and with the
adjourning of the district convention hero
today It Is expected that It will be but a
few days more when all mines In this dis
trict will be in operation. Thl tonight
wss said to apply as well to the Independ
ent operators, who have heretofore fought
the granting of the advance demanded by
the miners, as to tho.e operators who hsve
already signed the scale.
The Independent operators of this district,
w ho on Tuesday night formed an organiza
tion to carry on their fight against the
granting of the ecale. will hold anether
meeting tomorrow night, and It Is expected
that in view of the increase of mines in
operation the Independents will decide to
sign the scale. Seven of the independent
companies, which refused to Join the action
of the others Tuesday night, slcned the
The district convenflon, which hns )een
In a tumultuous session for several weeks,
It Is now expected that as soon as the
delegates arrive at their respective mine
and explain the situation .vll ue miner
will return to work. It was reported by
one of the delegates that four mines of the
Pittsburg Coal company and two of the
Jonea tc Laughlln company, employing over
24,000 miners, signed the scale and resumed
Becretary-Treasurer Dodds also an
nounced today that tha following additional
companies had signed: Thompson Run
Railroad Coel company, Pittsburg and Erie
Coal company and tbe Wilson Coal com
pany. Up to the present time twenty-two
coal companies in this district have signed
Elsewhere about the bituminous field the
situation remains unchanged. At Roscoe,
Penn., 2,500 miners returned to work, while
Irwin, Somerset and Johnstown still remain
threatening storm centers. At Somerset,
Where 6,000 miners are out, there was a
small clash between the union and non
union nyn today, In which several miners
were injured by thrown stones. All the
mines of the Somerset Coal company are
being run as usual. More men returned
to work at Johnstown and several of the
mines were reported In operation, the in
junction prayed for by the coal companies
having had a pacific effect.
A notable feature throughout the entire
bituminous field is that all the disturbances
reported liave been confined to the foreign
element. Where these disturbances have
occurred ..the mining properties are still
guarded-and the authorities have the eltua-
tlon'weirin ctmtrdl.' .- - - . ,., A
Deadlock In Iowa.
DBS MOINES. April, (.The Joint scale
committee representing the lo-a operators
and miners spent the whole day In an ef
fort to reach an agreement, but adjourned
thla evening without coming nearer an
agreement than when the. conference first
opened. The mlnera are insisting on a 5.5a
per cent increase over the present scale.
wntcn the operators refuse to yield. The
operators also demand absolute protection
against local strikes and suspension.
Arkansas Mine Idle.
FORT SMITH, Ark.. April 1-None of th
coal companies of this district signed the
scale today, as was expected. Represents
tives ef four or five tof the smaller com
parties were in the city and visited the
miners' headquarters and spent the time
quibbling over technicalities, but departed
without getting down to business. There
seems to be no doubt In the mind of the
miners' official that all th operator In
the district will sign within the next few
days, as there has been a general ex pre j
slon ot intention to sign.
Indiana Operators Kspelled.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind.. April 6.-The In
diana Bituminous Operators' association at
a special meeting tonlgli: adopted a resolu
tion to stand by the svt.on of its repre
sentatives In the Indlanajiolis cnaferenee,
lne Parke County Cof.l company and
Cayuga Brick and Coal company were
expelled from the association for signing
the 1903 scale without the consent of the
Denver 'I.nmber Yard.
DENVER, April 6. Fire today completely
destroyed the plant of the Hallack Lumber
and Supply company at Thirty-ninth ave
nue and Gilpin street, entailing an est!
mated loss ot f&lO.Ouu, fully covered by in
surance. Tho plant covered an . area of
twmty acres and was swept clean of mil
lions of feet of lumber and several build
ings. The origin of the file Is not known
to the authorities.
Northern Paclno UrldgeL .
DULUTH, Minn.. April $. Fire today de
stroyed 1J5 feet of the Northern Pacific
bridge betweeu West Duluth and Superior,
Peter M. Cochrane, cashier for Sunderland
Bros., and Lois J. Caldwell, at 712 South
Twenty-fifth avenue, were married by Rev,
Dr. J. W. Conley yesterday. They will make
Omaha their future home. .
Miss Bertha E. Fox. daughter of Fred
Fox and Albert L. Cllnchard. were mar
ried Wednesday at i p. in., by Rev. Charla
Frensled with roar
are many who develop lung trouble. Dr.
King a New Discover' will cure them.
Guaranteed. oc and 11. UO. For aale by
Sherman McConnell Drug Co.
Mia Oaaelala Ksnnerated. .
CHARLESTON. W. Va., April S.-Th
grand jury too ay rerusea to return In
dictment sgainst Mlneej iperlnUndent
Miner and Mine Hose Townsend. whom th
coroners Jury held guilty of manslaughter
in me iJetrou mine aisasier.
Fatal Boiler Espinstan.
ROGKRBVILLB. Tenn.. April I -A boiler
In a sawmill at Kyle Ford, fifteen miles
from Rogeravllla, exploded yesterday, kill
ing thre mn and Injuring Ave.
Banker Talk tn Lawyer.
MINNEAPOLIS, April I. Th announce
nnl waa made today through Oorg R.
perk, president of the American Bar asso
ciation, that th annual address at th
Cleveland Starts Haass.
gTl' ART. Fit., April Feeling much
tttr after his fishing trip, G rover Cleve
land left for bom today.
VON BIELOW IS STRICKEN
Chancellor cf Gerrosi Empire Faints While
in the Heichstac.
HAD SPOKEN ON THE MOROCCAN AFFAIR
Goea to Chamber alnat Adrlee ot
Physician and I OToreovaa
While Listening to o
BEHUN, April S.-Inquli y early thl
morning at tha residence of Chancellor von
Buelow, who fAlnted while attending tho
Bitting of the Reichstag yesterday, elrclted
the Information that he Is continuing to
Improve. He is now able to read the news
papers and to hold short conversation.
Dr. Renvers called on the chancellor near
midnight and found hi condition satisfac
tory In every respect.
BERLIN. April 5.-2: p. in Chancellor
von Buelow, while attending the debate In
the Reichstag today, fainted and was car
rled to a -committee room by some of the
members of th house.
Th chancellor made a speech on the sub
ject of Morocco and was listening to th
answer of Herr Rebel, the socialist leader
when he was taken 111, bending over sev
eral times on his left aide. Herr Caii-
bachem, a member of the center party-
supported the chancellor and the vice pres
ident of the h6ue, Dr. Count von 8tol
berg Wernlgerode, called out: "Is Dr. Mug
The vice president then adjourned the
sitting for a quarter of an hour, during
which deep silence prevailed throughout the
Bouse. Dr. Mugdan and Becker had In
the meantime gone to the assistance of
the chancellor, who appeared to be con
versing with them and with tho mem
bers who carried him from the chamber
Into the committee room..
Simple stimulants were usI and the
chancellor soon was able to speak and move
his limbs. This news spread rapidly among
the anxious members of the Reichstag and
the sitting was resumed.
A few minutes after Von Buelow fainted
telephone messages were sent to the Prin
cess von Buelow and to the emperor.
The princess reached her husband
as soon as Prof. Renbers. The em
peror was at lunch when the news was
conveyed to him and he Immediately arose,
canceled all hla engagements for the after
noon and ordered a carriage to go to the
Vice Chancellor Posadowsky-Wehner had
previously hurried to the palace and re
lated the circumstances to the emperor and
went with him to the Reichstag.
After being placed In an eaay chair he
began to show signs of returning to con
sciousness. Prof. Rudolf Renvers, head of the
Moabite hospital, reached the room some
time later and, after examining the chan
cellor, said that he was only suffering
from a severe fainting spell, the result of
InfiuensH, and that there were no Indica
tions cf paralysis, which was at first
Prof. Renvers was assisted by Drs.
Mugnan and Becker, who are members of
the Reichstag. They cleared the sitting
room' of the cabinet ministers and other
and transferred the chancellor from the
easy chair to a lounge, only Princesa von
Buelow, who had Joined her husband, re
maining with hi-ri. ,
"Emrr Barred from Room.
Emperor William came to the door later.
but . was net periultted , to enter, as the
chancellor' was nloeping.. ...
The empress also called, at the Tuilchstag
to inquire about the chancellor's health.
Prince von Buelow spoke for a, about half
an hour on the Moroccan question at the
Opening ot the day's session' in his usual
animated style. But it was observed that
his face was very red and that he seemed
to have difficulty In drawing his breath.
It appears that during a dinner which he
gave to a email party of friends at his
residences April 3 the chancellor took medi
cine twice, explaining that he was suffer
ing from a severe' cold. He also took s
wine glass of medicine while In the smok
ing room Instead of any liquors. The
chancellor was in high spirits yesterday
and sent word to Ambassador Tower Unit
he regretted being unable to dine at the
American embassy that evening, as he was
ill. Throughout the evening the chancellor
sat in an armchair, going through official
papers, and he went to the Reichstag
against the suggestions of his colleagues
of the Foreign office.
Von Buelow breakdown was un
doubtedly due to overwork during the
Moroccan conference. Owing to the differ
ence in time the dispatches covering each
day's proceedings ' arrived late and the
chancellor often had to go to the palace at
a late houi He had been working from
8 in the morning until midnight for three
APRIL BIRTHdTOKEe Edhotm, Jeweler
S200 Up 2QO Up
Touring cars that tour.
Runabouts that run
Wjr Small But Mlfhty
OMAHA AUTOMOBILE CO..
Alt South 14th Street
The Rockaway Restaurant
1816 Douglas St.
' . Ast
L Soiling S
f Pbudor f
.tttm will Im cItsb fr "
fc ny ybstso iaurtoo to
Metiers of sweetener cocoas add sugar
foi the same reason that at many makers
add starch and flour because it costs
leu than the tame bulk ot powdered1
cocoa beans. C -
is just coco- just part cocoa. It is
Unsweetened it is unadulterated. Forty '
cups of a rich, delicious, nutritious, nour
ishing beverage can be brewed from a
single half-pound can. '
Only the quality ta higher the price ,
is the tame as inferior products. i
fiend 9c for ssmpls of Chncnlat
snd mintatwecaa of Coco
RUN K EL. BROTHERS' '
Cecee, and Chocelate Maauf actwrere
Mew Terk .
i. . . .
The opportunity . Is now offered- to
any contractor with ten or moru
teams and grading outfit to make aome
money on the new line of the
CHICAOO & NORTHWESTERN
RAILWAY between PIERRE. , and
RAPID CITY. . D. The work has
been going on continuously since last
November and the results prove that
hero is a chance for men of experience
to do a greater amount of work in a
short time thun is often presented.-
Settlers are flocking- Into the coun
try by the hundreds and it is well
knewn that If settlers find the situa
tion attractive It Is a good ptaoe for a
railroad contractor.' There Is work
here for all kinds of outfits In pieces
to suit and at satisfactory prices. If
vou look after It while on the market,
' Write to -
WINSTON BROS.. CO.
Rapid City, 8, D -
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mun natural function!. TRY THIM.
Tk Mo Knlght-CrapMr sWsMr On.,
CelorW Spring. Cetaw e- -
tovo - jnnci liy
SO 4 T la ht mi"
' , w . . t t . i- a t"
BIG AUTOMOBILE SHOW
Every Afternoon and . . ' "
Evening This Week
Great Moving ricture Show of Auto
mobile Kace and Hazardous Feata - -Every
Night at 8:30 and 0:30.
Admission, Adults, 25 Cents;
Children under 15, 10 Cents!
BI'NDAY MONDAY '
NItHAHD IAHLK In
THE MAYOR Of TOKIO
Tuesday. Wed. Matinee and NlghU
f Htl St KV M'OTT.
NlKhts Hun. Mat- luo-iata
.. Thur.. fiat,
at. 10a. Sua.
TUB WOODWARD STOCK 'C6.
-Tonight. Saturday Mat. and Night
SOWING THE WIND
Next Week "DR. BILL."
'Phone Douglas 4M.
Tonight and Haturday Matinee and Night
Herrmann th- Great. Carson & Wlllard.
Catherine. Dohl. Ka.y & Austin Co
Dlertrlckic Bros.. Alice Lyndon Doll Thi
Kooney Klsters and the Klnodrome. '
Prices loc, c, 5oc.
Prices Jfic, jjo0. buc 7bc
Tonight s:15 Matinee Saturday
The Dramutio Triumph
WHEN THE WORLD SLEEPS
nunrtay Th Factory O
Coming Nat M. Wills l
Duke of Duluth.
MIUAY tVtNING, APRIL 6
AT 8:00 O'CLOCK. UY
REV. A. R. V0SBIRGH, C S. B.,
CF ROCMES1ER NEW YORK
Member of the Christian science Board of Leo
tureshlp of tha Tirst Church of Christ, Scientist
In Boston. Mass. . .
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