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TI1E OMAHA-DAILY- BEE.'- FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 190(5.
Here ,af some extraordinary bargains for Friday's special selling. No matter how nice
the, goodfvall .those, selected for this great sale must go. ' This means handsome black dress good 4
cheaper than, you have ever bought them before. . .
. XLL WOOli-r-RfeFK ALBATROS8
Reautyul rich . Hack, , Just half price, 26c
Af.r, ' WOOI Atf MURE NOVELTY
Handsome fatiiVi fcr any ion of the
yesr. regular 76c quality, now 2c yard.
ALL WOOL CHIFFON PANAMA 64
inches; regular $160 Quality, fine beautiful
luster,' wilt be one of this autumn' moat
tynsh fabric,' now KSc yard.
SfLK AND WOOL CREPE DE CHINES
Ileaular II 28 quality. Paris favors these
pretty, 'soft, clinging fabrics, beautiful lus-ler.-novi?
7o yard. ;
imported bilk; Finished prun-
Kf.LA R'lrular S1.2S quality, equal in np
pearsnce to any all silk fabric, now 75c
: YuUziVsilk. '
v . -
It's an alt rlik h4i4g,' has all the good
point of a tateta, . without, any of the
wear disadvantage!.- It carries an Iron
clad guarantee not to tear, break or split
under", the strain of service. Bulfable for
Jacket Using, drop skirts, petticoats,' etc.,
27 Inches. wide. At T5c yard. Black, whit
and colon. Sold HT main floor at lining
counter. .) S 't'i," '' :
WhiU; Dresses Cloak Depart
i. ,)nent 2nd Floor.
Pretty 'new White?-dresses. In net,, lawn
and 'Hagerle effects;. Choice and dainty
y Se tpwjai'.aniiouncement of opening of the Parasol season, in World-Herald,
tailed. advertisemeiU of inexpensive wash goods, in Daily News advertisements today.
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7': -: 77T
Ji i-r . - jLsy
loads ready for d-t(vi,f. ps soon as the
congestion In the' rsilrfad yards can. be
The J-oJou Iruii wprk where many of
tha best;,yciel.in. the -t'irtwd -States navy
were bu'iji . and . pie linden Iron works,
both of which. escaped the fire, will reopen
at once, giving ep.iplynient to many
thousands of workmen.
ttlltta ot 'yTftnillrsw n.
'The Jtata militia his'not been: withdrawn
iior haa 'the governor given any Intimation
hen ha wiuld withdraw' 'rhm. Governor
Pardee attendKi'''the "contVirnce- at 'Fort'
Mason today and defended the guard vlg
wously sBulnst 'The" refjectlona which he
Hld hsd been made aasfnst them. He Con
sidered that"the 'KMA'fd Had rendered In
vuluable'ser'vli'4 to Vh pepplfof San Fran
cisco during th"tertrble'a), of the con
flagration as well as the days Immediately
following and JhaMie-coul ftot understand
the. sentirttent VliKf seeifced '.to' -prevail
against theiti. TJi govemnlf did not say
wnether he would remove the militia or not,
although 'Ira wa. grven ' WOVidoretand by
,t)e mayor.-'tl?a( fh faittil troops and-the
pollcv ,ier sumcjcnti-pmbers or.any
emcigrncy. Governor Pardee announced
today that heould probably call a special
s.'Saloi) o(rtii(. WgiHlMiare, bu added that
bilor.ioir? t jie waiiitake jfjfij Jt;or
suit the beVt authorities as to 1tllj im
"! Faad lakes Alaf ttump..'
The relief fund took a. big; jump upward
today as a result of the checking up of the
second appropriation of congress and the
contribution of tlie cltlxVnt of Mavnacha-
tt. The additional apbroilatldn by Con
gress wa $1,600,000 and the sum sent by
Massachusetts was $MO,OtiO., The locarra
celpt on Wednesday from out of town
soAirre amounted Jo $2,112,701 and the local
subscription 5 iuuotinted ta"$kiao. making
a total of "$2.113.ltil. This "brings out of
tovn total to $1,228.4:17. the local total to
tVfl.m and the granifi to&t to K420.3&7.
Among the largest and -hioat interesting
contributions received today were $33,51S
from the benefit performance given by the
New York Hippodrome, $14,000 from the
Long-Heaoh relief ,C(ininiHce, $10,000 each
frpin the fJetroit Board of Commerce and
the city vf-Jndiiu)4rlis;-$ii.4kj0 from the city
t Trenton f,. .i,$4,0)i,"Jrom the little
Wim of freK; 'Oal.jM.W from the A Ills
Chalmers company; the city of Winona,
S2.601I; cltiicns of Sioux City. $2,600. cltixcns
of El Paso. $2.0M and the city of Waterloo,
The contribution of the cltiscn of Phila
delphia to the sufferers by earthquake and
fire, will be $260.ii0. according to a telegram
received by Mayor Suhiiilt from Mayor
Weayr. ';, '. x. .
, Baaki Uea fur Buslaesa.
"Bankers' row" Is being organized on
I& Quna street, west of Ijifayette square.
Tha Crocker-Woolworth National bank, tha
Cwntral Trust comoany.and the Mercantile
Trust company already have placed their
cot ten banners on residences overlooking the
tented camp of tlis refugee In the square.
This Is a bringing together of those that
have' mopey Jin vaults), and thus who
The clearing, ' houite, representing the
commercial, banks, held their ususl morn
ing meeting yesterday. ' While the details
are not completed It has "been arranged lo
pay depositors not exceeding $600 on their
accounts. Each of thi banks has had or
Infants Lon And
(M4 numbers la' Bedford cord, long
i and abort Coots. (!. and C cik
, ti vaJuea. Krldsy peal..'P
flsft aod tX.sB king ajul, short Coaua. in
, . eluding Hertlorrts. Vlimere and
''fannv Mohair Coals, (te
spm-iaJ fur Friday P VCI
$4.60 Ad Hi. 46 raluea. In long and short
l'oLs of line rhMord ouni. cashmere,
nioitair and st!, -" j
Friday apetial ot.., c'
Saturday we- placo on special sale
a, tot of boys' fine Suits, sk-e Friday
ventng pourra. '
Two More Days Left of the Great
Black Dress Goods Sale.
styles. .Come In And see what we sell at
S3.60, S5.C0, 1710. 110.60 and tli 00.
New Silk Petticoats at $5.00.
In Alice blue and plain Mack,' niad of
the same fine quality of taffeta Bilk as the
now sains. .
New Summer Waists. ;
Hardly, a day passes but- we- show some
thing new In dainty aummer- waists. " We
carry the products of the Jbest makers
and they, generally cost les at our atore
thaa the; more common kind does' at other
places. ' Tou can buy better values ..at
Sl.0VH.5o, ll.TB.'SJ.OO and 13.00 than ever.'
' Special Suit Sale.
Indies who. wear 38 and 40 can get Soma
special bargains In suits. - There are also
some very choice styles in la M and K.
All the $.7.60 suits at 117.60. - -
All the H0.00 suits at S20.00.
All the $35.00 suits at 12.50.
The demand for braids and Persian bands
has never been greater. We hare some
exceptionally pretty , things at low prices,
suitable for spring garments.
Plain and fancy braids, very narrow,
from 5c a yard up.
"Wider braids, from 16c a yard up.
Persian bands, from 16c to $2.00 per yard.
Howard Corner Sixteenth Street
will hare considerable sum transferred to
It credit by correspondents in London,
Paris and New York. These transfers will
be made to the mint on Fifth street and
the money will be available at that point.
The form of procedure -will be for the
depositors to draw check in the usual
form. This will be Indorsed by the cash
ier or other officer ,of tpe bank and tha
customer may present it and iave it cashed
at the mint. ,. Superintendent of the Mint
,Leach has Indicated his willingness to as
sist into currying Into effect this plan if
furnlxhed with a. sufficient force of clerks.
The banker are waiting for the opening
of the vaults, so they may reach their
book and papers. .Check and , flanks
which are yet .' to be printed . will form
necessary parts of, the . machinery it la
proposed to put Into operation. It may
be three weeks before the. banker make
any of these preliminary payments.
; Cold Wealker In t'avm. ,
The, relief work has made rapid pro
grs. It Is now In the hands of tha
military authorities and haa .been per
fected, and ysteratlsd wvtllithe feeding
and sheltering of the thousands of hungry
and homeless people is going on expedi
tiously. Five hundred teams are haUng
supplies to the sixty-odd, relief depots to
day.' -There is i st ill. a, scarcity of Sugar
and ' coffee and id' 'Wgant ana'pVeasfi)g
need for more blankets, cota and tents
owing to the ynusual cold night for this
season of the year which now prevail.
With the relaxation of the military law
and the abolishing of passes permitting
people to return to the city thousands of
urloslty -seekerB were -attracted -from
across the bay yesterday and today hun
dred gased aadly upon the ruin of their
home and dug through the ashes for
some theasured memento.
... . l.lqBors Destroyed. . ,.
' The marlnea yesterday destroyed a con
siderable quantity Naf liquor In that sec
tion of the city In which they hold away.
Thl branch of the navy control and
police the beat portion of the residence
district, and although they have ruled
with an Iron- hand, their authority has
been exercised with such good judgment
and discretion that not a single complaint
has been made.
It is understood by storekeepers whoso
places escaped, that they could opesi. their
places for business, but they overlooked
the . fact that only such plncea as ha
no bar attached would ba permitted to
do so. Aa a result a detail of marlnea
destroyed hundreds of dollars worth of
liquors late yeaterday afternoon In place
which had been opened. Other proprietor
wej-e, given the choice of closing up again
or having their valuable stock poured
into tha atreet. '
Every effort I being mad to ascertain
the correct number of victim of tha
earthquake and fire and their Identity, not
fnly In this city, but In other place where
fatalities occurred. Captain Wyane, aa
slstant to the military secretary, requested
the Associated Press last night to 'state
that he desired all coroners and other con
cerned who know of people who hava per
ished In the earthquake or fire to send
name, age and sex, and any other data, te
Mm at Fort Mason, Cal. It Is particularly
desired to obtain names In place through
out the state outside of Ban Francisco,
. Gahm farewell concert next Monday
eveulng. Boyd theater.
With or Without Feet J
Special attention la'calUd to the ad
vantages of these' summer weight gar
ment. Sensible not fcera win to ct J
f-tnu'rili. ttiML. th.. ..itimv Ui c..,i1s ta
aa great In sammor an la winlea,.' In j
hot summer weather very llttlo bed
clothing la bearable on reitrVng.." but
in th oool atnimiphera of early- rnorn
lng adult are glad to. add etn cov
ering ; young children hava not,- how
ever, the intelligence to do this, hence
the advantages of our aummer weight
garments, which are made from fabrio
Of light and One texture, which will
not overheat oa tha hottest night, but
afford much needed protection agalnat
chills and oolda in audden changaa of
temperature. Price from $0a upward.
Be, April ?6, 1106. .
Fancy novelties, suitable for dressy
gowns in a great variety.
Special Sale of Hemstitched
and Drawn Work Lunch
Cloths, Friday Morning, 53c.
In our Economy Basement Friday morn
ing wa will place on sale 160 of II hem
stitched and drawn work lunch cloths, site
Xx&, for 53c each..
All 10c buck towels, 6c each.
All ITAO buck towels. 8Vo each.
Alt 10c Tenerlffe' dollies, SHo each.
All 16c Tenerlffe dollies, 6c each.
MERCERIZED DAMASK BY THE YARD.
All 60c bleached mercerised damask, 26c
All 26c bleached bath towels, 1SC each. ,
All 4tic bleached bath towels, 36c each;
One only of black, white and purple elas
tic belts,, studded with cut steel, gilt and
cut buckles. Former price,' Is; now $5.
Ollt belts at 60c. 11.75 and $3.75 each.
Black silk and elastic belts at 50c, 75c, 11.
$1.50. $2.75 and $3 each..
Fancy silk belts, Alice blue and reseda,
$1 each. "' ' !
NO MAY DAY -PROCESSIONS
French Cabinet Prohibits Street Demon
. . .' ttrations of All Kinds'.
SITUATION IS APPARENTLY . QUIETER
TerentyF.labt Thooiaad Additional
Troops En flontr to Paris Pro
vision ' Trades ' Vote
PARIS. April K. The ministerial council
today decided to forbid processions and
street demonKtrations on May 1. -
M. Briaud (socialist), minister of public
Instruction and worship, today delivered at
Saint. Chamond, Department of Loire, t
notable address counselling against any vio
lence or anarchlal movement and in favor
of peaceable trades unionism, through
which, he said, workmen could effect an
amelioration of their condition.- The mln
later also spoke against the antl-mllltary
spirit pervading, the .workmen, and con
tended' that the socialistic ideal did not re
Ject patriotic . defense of thepXountry.'ln, the
event of aggression. - ' -"" '. '
; Tha prefect bf, police,' l.eplne',' Llirn 'aft-
ernuon made a reassuring reply to hun
dreda of letters which clt liens fiad ad-
dresHed the police. He .said that all pre
cautions had Nn taken to maintain order
On. the streets May 1 and prevent attempt
agaJnal Ufa or property. Besides the full
police force which will be on duty, rein
forcements consisting of K8.000 Infantry, cav
alry and artillery will arrive here tonight.
tomorrow and Saturday. These troops will
be dlxpoaed throughout the city with pre
cise prders. Special surveillance will be
maintained over the water and gas con
In addition to the troops mentioned eight
squadrons of cavalry relieved from duty
in, the mining regions have been brought
to Paris, and dragoons and hussar are
coming from many Other point.
In strike circles the men are much calmer.
There haa been no renewal of the disorder
and the return of the' northern iron work
er to their factories indicate a partial
break In the movement In the mining re
gions. The workmen In numerous additional
trade havd announced their adhesion -to the
eight-hour movement, but the railroad men
and employe of the provision trade do
not Intend to . strike. The announcement
thla afternoon that the big department
tore will remain open as usual served
to reassure the public. The government ha
received the most positive assurance that
the labor leaders do not Intend to permit
any disorder May 1. Accordingly the gov
eminent' view 1 that there Is not th
slightest danger of serious trouble. The
officials of the American embassy and con
suiate take a similar view. Many Anier
icana have been making inquiries as to th
desirability of leaving Paris, and the an
swer given wa that there la not the slight
The trouble in the Department of tha
Nord la considered to be over. The miners'
strike, however, continues In the Depart
ment of the Pas-de-Calals, where the troop
have arrested seventeen of the ringleader
In the recent disturbance.
MONARCHIST MEfeVTISG lit EMJED
Regulations Adopted of n Retiouary
MOSCOW, April 2.-rie cungrec , of
monarchist which ha .been in session
closed Its deliberations today with th
adoption of a series of extremely reaction
ary resolutions .declaring that the new
parliament Is not representative, of public
opinion and pronouncing Itself against th
autonomy of Poland and the annulment
of. th privileges of the Germans In the
Baltic province. The congress further
declared Itself In 'avor of th abolltllon
of the privilege granted to the Finn and
of treating Jew ak foreigner and exclud
ing them from all right, such a th pur
chase or renting of lands or education In
th middle school or universities.
The proceeding closed with a speech by
Prof. Nlcholxky. a noted reactionary. In
which, ta the accompanyment of rl.&er.
he rophesied a counter revolution, to re
store the old regime which would cost th
live of (.Oru.OOO Jews and constitutional
British trcnarthe-n Earytlan tWarrlaoa
liOKDON. April M.-Foreign Secretary
Orcy, replying; to a question lu th House
of Common today, said that tbs British
garrison tn Egypt was being strengthened
at the sues ration of Lord Cromer, ths Brit
ish agont there, who considered lbs step
to b deslrsbto tn view of ths unrest
erssued by the Turkish government la ooo
noctiua with ths TabaJi boundary incident.
Lord Cromer' annual renort on Egypt
and tbs floudaa was Issued In a blue book
Lord Cromer's ides, is to do away with
ths present necessity fnr obtaining th
unanisnous consent of nearly all tbs Euro
pean power sad tbs Vnlted Bt&tas Mart
aJty chaag of l be effavtsd.
JIM SAVED THE TOWN PCMP
One of Hit Glorious Fettg While E Wu
Mayor of Chtdron,
FAMOUS COWBOY CANDIDATE A HUMMER
Wheal the Ton paimpa Were Uat He
Bonded the tlty aaa Mad Ar
rasgemeat for Water te
Rat IXtti Hill.
The democrat gave a three-ringed per
formance last evening In Oermanla hall.
which had been improvised for the occa
sion by a liberal posting of lithograph of
"Jim," -the famous cowboy candidate.
James -T Dahlman. former Congressman
M. Hitchcock and John Orossman were
the star performer, while the member of
the Swedish Independent Politic! club
were the auditors. A quartet, some funny
stories and quips made the evening at
least amusing It not altogether an argu
mentative treat. The Swedish Independent
club la composed of Voters of different
party affiliations, and all present last
evening displayed that 'courtesy character-
la tic of the Bwedish race by listening at-
entirely and ' respectfully to the various
speakers, even If they did not agree to
much that was said.
Savior of hadron'a Pamps.
Mr. Dahlman arrived at the hall shortly
after 10 o'clock, and as he had two other
meetings to attend during the remainder
of the evening, he cut his remarks short.
He began with a neat little sally by saying
that when the Swedish people do anything
they do It right and then made bold to
assert that nearly all present will pull
the democratic lever of ihe voting machine
May 1. lie then, talked about Chadron
town, where he was mayor. "There Is a
Intelligent a class of people at Chadron
a anywhere on God's green earth," de
clared Mr. Dahlmaot "1 was once mayor
of Chadron. On the strength of the eco
nomlcal admlnletrntion 1 gave the cltlsens
there I was honored with a second term
by an acclamatlve vote of the citlxena in
convention assembled. , Once upon a time
we had two pumps at -Chadron for water
supply. Those pumps cost the taxpayer
too much money smd I found It out. I
secured the voting of special bonds for
gravity system and today Chadron has a
better water system than any place In thl
country. Can Erastus A.--Benson say- as
much?" (A voice) "Bully for Jim!"
Grossman ' Dors Vhe ' Fireworks.
John Orossman was the salamander of
the occasion. He flitted through the un-
bridged dictionary from klver to klver.
and fairly bewildered his hearers with
ground and lofty tumbling, turned cart
wheels and stood on his head In a Hg
urstlve sense. He charged the opposition
with miiil slinging and then gave the
Wermunia hall Janitor three weeks' . work
by throwing large chunks of verbal clay
Into the arena of tlie hall. He spoke of
"Benson and his fool friends," and looked
like AJax defying the Board of Education
when, ha took advantage of a little boy
who shouted through the hall window,
"Hurrah for Benson."'-: Referring to the
boy he said: "That is the way Benson and
his desperate hirelings are doing their dirty
work. They should not be tolerated In a
Christian community.; They do their work
In the dark." - The hoy was under an
electric light.)- He 'dosed with "Shame on
yau, Mr. Benson." v
Mr. Hitchcock explained what the demo
crat k) platform - means and paid Ilia re
spects to Mr., Benaonc'i' f
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BOtlEMIASS HEAIFROM.. HENSO.V
i f '
National Hall Well Filled lat Mght
to Hear ,lllaa.
About one hundred members of the Bohe
mian Republican club attended the repub
lican meeting a.t Rational, hall, Thlrleenth
and Willinni streets,.,Thursday night. Judge
Louis Berk was the first Speaker. His ad
dress wa In the. Bohemian language, and
was listened to with the closest attention.
He said. In effect.. that the prevailing pros
perity of the country was oe.-lng to the
wise policies of the republican administra
tion in the past, and that the best way to
mar this prosperity .would be to turn, tlie
administration over to the reactionary pol
icies of the democracy. He paid a high
tribute to all the candidates on the repub
lican city ticket and referred to the. close
Identification of Mr. Benson with the bus
iness Interests of the city as the best guar
antee of his excellent qualifications as the
chief exfcutlve of tlie city. He counselled
that every republican who had not'alrearty
done so, be sure and register next Saturday
and on May 1 to vote the straight repub
lican ticket, which meant the beat welfare
of the city.
Mr. Benson spoke briefly along campaign
Issues and HKHln asserted, that not one
penny of corporation' money", had been do
nated to nor Would lie accepted by the re
publican campaign committee; that the cor
poration were back;, of ihe democratic
ticket, and that the Importance of electing
the entire republican, ticket wa essential
to the welfare of the city and meant the
endorsement of the national republican ad
ministration,' John Butler spoke briefly, paying his com
l sns Moat Pernicious.
A manly young fellow, working hla way
through school, and whom the world will
hear of some day, came4 near blighting all
his prospects by coffee drinking. .
"1 drank coffee, all my llfe.'j'hs say,
"and, looking . back, I can ee that it wa
responsible for much of ths nervousness
from which J suffered a a child. Four
year ago, while at a preparatory school,
I began to um it more freely than ever
"I imagined it strengthened me, but aa
the school year went on I felt that I was
playing out.' . First I was troubled about
studying In the evening, then got so I
could not sleep well and aroae in the
morning unrefreshrd. - My nerves grew
shaky, hands trembled, eye pained me,
and sometimes- at the blackboard everything
would seem to turn JuackI couldn't see
whst I was doing and would have to take
my ea. T.hen niy brain seemed to grow
sluggish I could not think clearly and con
secutively. "Thus things mwut on lor a year
sometime a little better, then worse again.
1 laid it to various causes, but didn't hit
on tha right one till 1 went to a physician.
He said that my nervous system and diges
tion were in bad shape, owing to improper
diet and theu se of cotTee. 1 said I
diet, and the use of coffee. I aald I
Inatsted that I should give It up and use
Postum Food Coffee instead.
"J at once rhanged my diet and for a
time lived principally on Postum, Orape
Nut and ' fresh fruit. The Improvement
began quickly to manifest Itself. My sleep
oaaie back, my brain grew clear and
active, my nerve were steadied and my
digestion is better than ever before. The
ooior has coins back to my cheeka and I
have gained nearly 3D pounds weight in
three months, sly inlnd Is active and I
aiuy sluaii tug. I owe it all to Postum
rood Coffee sihI Grakpc-.Sais." Name given
y Pwsctnn C Ba.Lt.la Creek, Alien. Tner s
JU4 Us lit Us buufc. f h ftotd ui VYeli
Ttlit," la ykg
pliments to Mr. Dahlman of Chadron. who
ts doing business In South Omaha. He said
that Dahlman does not own any property In
Omaha and has no property, Interest In th
city, and for that reason his election Would
be a fatal step backward.
C. W. Pratt alao poke briefly along cam
paign lines, advising; the Importance of l-g-lstertng
Saturday and of voting the straight
republican ticket May 1.
John Michel delivered a abort address In
the Bohemian tongue. He 1 a brother-in-law
of John Rostcky. the editor and pub
lisher of the democratic Bohemian paper.
He advised staying by the republican party
and eulogised all the candidate on the
republican ticket as th best that had ever
been nominated by the republican of
FOR IIPR 9 4. LOO . W glMAY
lowboy Jim" Promises Second
Warders Free Arrets to Beer.
I'uder the stimulus of unlimited quanti
ties of beer furnished gratuitously by the
democratic camf-aign committee, a big
crowd of ' men and boys assembled at
Meti's hall, on South Thirteenth street
Thursday evening to hear the campaign
discussed . from a democratic standpoint.
The speakers were Dan Butler. Harry
Burnham, Millard Fillmore Funkhouser, At
torney Flellarty of South Omaha, "Judgo"
Shoemaker and Candidate Dahlman and
few others, Including a couple of rene
gade republican. Mr. Dahlman wa fh
principal speaker, having come over from
the Gormanla hull meeting. He predicted
his election by anything from 2.000 to 6.000
majority and a lot of other things. He said
In part: ."When I get Into office I promise
you It will .be the last of the Fontanelle
bunch and the Civic Federation. What we
stand for Is for personal liberty, so that
the laboring man can get hi beer Sunday
just as freely as ihe people who live up on
the hill can get their beer and whlnky
Sunday at tlwelr clubs." This sentiment of
Mr. Dahlman was vociferously applauded
as were other like expressions. He de
nounced the acandals that had been pub
lished against him amd paid his caustic
compliments to the organ of Mr. Benson
and to the Municipal Record for their abuse
of him and the democratic campaign.
GOOD MEETING l FIRST WARD
Many Voters Ont to Listen to Itepsb
A very large attendance greeted the re
publican meeting held at 621 Pierce street
under the auspices of the First Ward Re
publican club. The speakers were E. A.
Benson, Ernest Johnson and Chairman
JefTerls of the republican committee. The
addresses-were all attentively listened to
and were greeted with enthusiastic ap
plause. The campaign Issues were thor
oughly gone over by the speakers, and all
republicans are urged to the Importance
of registering Saturday and to vote the re
publican ticket straight on Tuesday next.
MEDICINE AND FOOD
(Continued from First Page.)
Francisco sufferers were being moved
over tha. .Union Pacific railroad yeater
day: . .
One car groceries, Omaha.
One cat crackers, Omaha.
One cat Canned goods, Chicago. "
One car miscellaneous supplies, Chicago.
One car blanket from cities of Albany
One car groceries, Ashland, Neb.
One car flour, Lincoln Center, Kan. -
One oar packing house products, Kan
sas City. I
One car flour and canned meat, Abilene,
One car flour, Concordia, Kan.
One car potatoes, Concordia, Kan.
Two car flour from the. east via Denver,
One car merchandise and provisions.
Oxford, Neb. .
One car merchandise and provisions,
Nine cars flour, Minneapolis, Minn.
One car provisions, Sallna, Kan. '
, One car government sanitary excavating
appliance, Jeffcrsonville, Ind.
Many More Go Bust.
The' Northwestern took out 120 refugees
on a special as soon as they arrived at the
station,' the remainder staying until the
regular evening train on the Milwaukee.
Those who remained were well cared for
in every way. Many needed medical at
tention, which was immediately provided.
Some were short of clothing and these were
cared for. The nurses from the Visiting
Nurses association were busy all after
noon looking after the want of those lu
Superintendent Lewis of the hotel depart
ment of the T'nion Pacific has placed a
kitchen car on the switch track near the
tents. This cr contains large ranges,
which will be utilised for making coffee
and for heating water for use in the hos
Promotion for Fltsarrsld.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., April 2.-Vllllara
Fltxgerald, assistant general freight agent
of the Burlington at 5t. Joseph, has been
appointed general freight agent of th
Chicago, Cincinnati A Louisville railroad,
with headquarter in Cincinnati, effective
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Pair Today In Nebraska, Colder in the
oath Portion Fair nud Warmer
WASHINGTON. April Id. -Forecast of
the weather for Friday and Saturday:
For Nebraska Friday fair; cooler In
south portion; Saturday fair, warmer.
For Iowa Shower Friday, cooler in
east and south portion; Saturday partly
For Colorado Fair in west, clearing in
east portion; Friday warmer; Saturday
fair, warmer lu eaat portion.
For Missouri Showers Friday, cooler in
north and east portions; Suturday fair,
warmer in west portion. ,
For Wyoming Fair, warmer Friday;
Saturday fair, warmer in east portion.
For South Dakota Friday fair; Satur
day fair, warmer. '
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, April id. Official record of tem
peiature and precipitation compared with
th corresponding day of the last three
years: 19u. I;. 1004. 1.
Maximum temperature ... 71 V) tl
Minimum temperature 48 02 37 40
Mean temperature 00 64 49 M
Precipitation ou T .00 .0
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comparisons with the last two years:
Normal temperature T
Excess for the day 3
Total excess since March 1 KS
Normal precipitation 12 Inch
Deficiency for the day I Inch
precipitation since March 1 1 44 inches
Deficiency since March 1. Iftoi 71 Inch
Excess for cor. period. 1905 04 Inch
Exctes for cor. period, 1!M J7 Inch
Reports from Mtnllons at T P. M.
Station and Stats
Bismarck, pt. cloudy...
Cheyenne, snowing ...
Havre, pt. cloudy
Helena, pt. cloudy
Kansas City. pt. cloud;
North Plati. cloudy..
Hapid City, pt. cloudy
ft. Louis, clear
81. Paul, clear
Sa.lt jtk City pt. cloi
Temp. Max. Rain-
7 p. m. Temp. fall.
4U 4' i .M
34 M .44
bt 72 .00
T2 74 .0
34 iX 1 .)
58 M .00
60 6t T
bi 4 I
-.... 74 7 .uu I
u 4 .
54 5 Mi
M M . )
, . M -t ,
udy. 4 u .Mi
M 44 J
X indicates trair f preeinitarirm.
U A. WfcXfH. UivJtl "a-acastsr-.
MEDIClNE-MARlKG IN HOUSE
Debate on the ArricnltnisI Bill Develop
Much Campaien Materiel.
PRINCIPAL SPEECH IS BY HEPBURN
lovtn Member Predict That Protee-
tloa Wilt Be the Prlscls-al tssne
4 lss Talk.
WASHINGTON, AprH .-Th agricul
tural appropriation bill again furnished th
theme for discussion In the house today.
although but few references were tnsde
to the subject matter of the bill.
Under the latitude of general debate th
leader on the republican ld began "med
icine making" for the approaching con
gressional congress, Mr. Hepburn(Ia.) pre.
dieting that tariff revision and protection
would furnish the main issue of the cam
paign. Mr. Boutelle (Illl.) referred to the "Watch
trust" speech of Mr. Rainy (111.), while
Mr. Suiter (N. Y.) talked on the Ameri
can merchant marine and Mr. Rim fTcnti.)
on free rural delivery boxes.
It was a field day, the attendance on the
floor being exceedingly large, while the
galleries were crowded with Interested !!
teners, who greatly enjoyed the wordy
combat between the republican and demo
crat. The agricultural bill will continue the
subject of general debate until tomorrow
When Mr. Hepburn (la.) rose to address
the house on the subject of "protection
to American Industries," both floor . and
galleries were filled. Mr. Hepburn said
h had no doubt that the next great po
litical contest would be over the question
of protection and he desired to show by
platforms of the democratic party before
and after the war that, they are 'absolute
Mr. Hepburn said that the democratic
party has now a trlple.headed leadership.
"Bryan, Hearst and company."
"No, we have Roosevelt with us." yelled
Mr. Oalnes (Tenn.) amid applause from the
Mr. Hepburn closed with a tribute to the
principles of protection, citing the "lean
years" of free trade as agnlnst the "fat
years" of the present tariff.
Wisconsin Senator Discusses Legal
Status of Bailey's Amendment.
WASHINGTON, April 10 the senate
today Mr. Spooner spoke for three hour
on the railroad rate question and then gave
notice that he would continue Ills remark
tomorrow. He addressed himself espe
cially to Mr. Bailey' amendment taking
from the Inferior federal court the right
to enjoin against the execution of the
orders of the Interstate Commerce com
mission, contending that such an exercise
of power would be the first step toward
the destruction of the power of the Judi
ciary and result In an undesirable blending
of the co-ordinate branches of government.
He also discussed at length the distinction
betwe.en "Jurisdiction" . and "Judicial
power.". The address was- technical and
consisted largely of -quotation from legal
The bill making an appropriation of
1.1(10,000 for the employment of extra labor
at the Mare Island (Cat.) navy yard was
A bill Increasing the privileges of Spo
kane, Wash., as a port of entry, wa also
- Committee Approves Barnes.
WASHINGTON, April M. The senate
committee voted a favorable report today
on ' Benjamin .Barnes for postmaster at
Washington. A motion to Investigate pro
tests against Mr. Barnes as defeated. th
democrats voting for It and the republican
Sterling Slivar J renser. 16th and Dodge.
Special $23 Side
Coat fc.nd Pants to Order
Our north how window I filled
with the mill's rholoest creation of
Blue nd Grey Serge and fancy pat
terna In worsteds and cheviot.
W have other Inside In endless
All are strictly high grade all wool
goods, made of tightly twisted thread
and woven closely Into wear and tear
resisting, good looking nnnfadlng,
nonshlnlng shape holding cloth.
Garments made in the MacCarthy
Wilson matchless styles.
Perfect fit guaranteed.
Coat and Trousers to meAsur fJt.M.
'phone Douglas-lftA-SOt-lot South lAth St.,
Next door to Wabash Ticket Oftlcs.
Friday night Mass Meeting
Tonight at Jvrug's Theater a great democratic masu
meeting will be held. Mr. C. S. Montgomery will preside.
The spt?akero: .
ED. P. SMITH, GILBERT M. HITCHCOCK,
JAMES C. DAHLMAN, C. 0. CUNNINGHAM.
Maker of sweetened cocoas add sugar
foi the tame reason that as many makers
mAd starch and flour because it costs
less than the same bulk ci powdered ,
cocoa beans. C i
is just coco just pare cocoa. It is
unsweetened it is unadulterated. Forty
cups of a rich, delicious, nutritious, nour
ikhing beverage can be brewed from a
single half-pound can. " -.
Only the quality is higher the pries)
is the same as inferior products.
. Send Sc for tample of Omental "
and miniature can of Cocoa
RUN K EL BROTHERS
Cues and Chocslato Manuf ncturor
WANTED AT ONCE
One first-class bushelnian tailor and
four first-class coat makers, Steady
work the year round and the highest
wage paid In Omaha. Nona but tim
eless workmen need apply.
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.,
! 04-306 South 16th Bt.
'Phon Dougla 4S4.
Friday Afternoon, April 27,
Joint Benefit Perfomance
By Omaha's Four Theaters
For Our Stricken Brothers and
Sisters at San Francisco.
FROM THE BOYD.
' Henrietta Crosman & Co.
FROM THE KRUG.
The Lyman Twins.
FROM THE BURWOOD.
The Woodward Stock Co.
FROM THE ORFHEUM.
An Elegant Vaudeville Program
The Orchestras from the four thea
ters will combine. --
Ticket. 60c and fl.OO.
I Tonight Saturday Matinee and Night
In th Modern Comedy
MART, MART, Ql'ITE CONTRART
Coming May 8th KCBEMK.
THE WOODWARD STOCK CO.
I Tonight Saturday Matinee and Night
IN THIS rA lAJrJ utr in rJ KIMU
Monday Night 360th performance
Souvenir Photo, Albert Morrison.
Prices Nights, Sunday Matinees,
I 10c. 26c. Tuesday, Thursday, Satur
day Matinees, inc. 20c.
Net week jain a..
'Phon Dougla 494,
Tonight and Saturday Matinee and Night
Sandor Burlesque Circus.
Myle McCarthy and Adl Wooloott.
Sherman, Deforest and Co. - . . ,
Stanley and Wilson.' .,
Clifford and Burke.
Caprice, Lynn and Fay.
Murry K. Hill. ..
And ths Klnodrome. .
Prlosa JOo, lc I0o.' ) ''' .
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