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TIIE OMAHA' DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MAY IP, lPOfi.
Saturday "JM At 60c
tt f. U. 4k.
SPECIAL SALE PRICES
Kan Francisco X Wine, regular price San Francisco X Wine, recular price
per bottle 8Bc, special sale price AaOC per Ration, in Jug, 91. AO, special Male.
Han FranclHoo XX Wine, regular price OQ Han Francisco XX Wine, regular price
per bottle SOc, special sale price wOC per gallon, in Jug, S'-i.OO, special sale.
San Francisco XXX Wine, regular price ilft Kan Francisco XXX Wine, regular price
IM-r bottle 7ftc, special sale price "rwC l'r gallon, in Jug, $2.AO, special sale.
This Is your opportunity to purchase Wine at less than the regular wholesale cost,
inent consists of your choice of FORT, KHKRKV, A XGKMCA, CLAKET, etc. 'Phone orders
deliver to all parts of the city.
GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
1309 Farnam St. Phono Doug. 1241
"If it comes from Hitler's it must be aood."
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-CZAR AND COURT DAZED
Buuian Government Barpriied bj Blnnt
Manner in Which Duma Speaki.
RULER IS NOW EXPECTED TO TEMPORIZE.
Reactionists. Headed hj Treaoir, F.s-
elta Black Hsssrei o Protest
Against Liberal Poller
ST. PETERSBURG, May 18 The critical
moment, which will decide whether thera
will be peace or war between tha crown
and the people, apparently arrived with tha
adoption by tha lower house of Parliament
Inst night of Its reply to tha speech from
he throne.. President . MouromUelt has
gone to Peterhof to present the reply to
the emperor and his majesty's response Is
awaited with great anxiety. Popular opin
ion considers that the government has no
option .between surrender or war. While 1
events during the last week followed each
other with extreme rapidity, the Issue now
mired Is not likely to be decided quickly.
The Russlnns generally believe that the 1
mperor, court and government undount-
! edly have been dased by the blunt, direct
f.ihinn with mhleh Parliament ham innli.n
otit, and their policy naturally will be to
I "gain time.
f'' The emperor personally Is In a beneficent
el frnme of mind and for the present will not
ften to the counsels of those who advise
-""JW Mm to dissolve Parliament and fight.
' " Nevertheless, he Is resolved not to yield
, ary thing like all that Parliament demands,
"t safely can be. predicted, therefore, that
e will prusue a temporising policy with
, lrtlal amnesty as the first sop thrown to
"The constitutional deroorratlo leaders.
i PIECE OF beef:
Suffered For Three Years With
Itching Humor Doctor Did No
Good Cruiser Newark, U. S. N,
Man Cured In Three Weeks.
SPEEDY CURE BY
"I suffered with humor for about
three years, off and on. I finally saw
a doctor and he gave me remedies that
V?Ti) go I tried'cutcura
CrSi iJAVv when kit limb be
low the knee to the
ankle was as raw
as a piece of beef.
All I used was the
Cutieura Soap and
!3 i'-x:tjt toe Ointment. I
bathed with the
Soap evenr day and used about six
or seven boxes of Ointment. I was
thoroughly cured of the humor in three
week ana haven't been affected with
it since. I use do other Boap thaa
Cutieura now. I remain, yours respect
fully, H. J. Myers, U. 8. N., U. B. 8.
Newark. New York, July 8, 1903.
"P. 8. Publish if you wish."
CUTICURA GROWS HAIR
Crusted Scilp Cleansed and
Purified by Cutieura Soap
Assisted by light dressings of Cutieura,
thegreat Skin Cure. This treatment at
once stop falling hair, removes crusts,
scales, and dandruff, destroys hair
par Ml tea, soothes irritated, itching
surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles,
loosens the scalp akin, supplies the roots
with energy and nourishment, and
makes the hair grow upon a sweet.w hole
gome, healthy scalp when all else fails.
Complete external and internal treat
ment for every humor, from pimples to
scrofula, from infancy to age, consisting
of Cutieura Soap, Ointment, and hula,
msy now be had of all druggists for one
dollar. A single set is often sufficient
to cure U3 moat distressing easee.
SeM tm varla. V.I . .. Ol.
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Sl'lt M !" i'rv ' " '
Port, Sherry, Angelica, Claret,
to us, on sale
POSTALTELEGRAPH ifr SJ COHHERCIALCADIfS
f tf fre gHC ? e-
10 Hits e.a
im mMlH cel.,
emta em ollr to real'.xe tut.
San Franoisoe finer
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whose program would be upset by the dis
solution of Parliament, are quite as anx
ious as the emperor to avoid the precipita
tion of a conflict. They would regard the
failure of the government to declare war
as a big preliminary victory, of which they
wotild take advantage by forcing through
their agrarian project, upon which they
count to strengthen themselves In the
country before the final battle opens.
That the court reactionists, headed by
General Trepoff, are seeking In every way
possible to Influence the emperor to fight Is
apparent by the discovery made by the
Recli of a secret circular sent to the gov
ernors. Instructing them to have the
"Black Hundred" organisations Immediately
dispatch to the emperor protests against
amnesty and the abolition of the death pen
alty. These hve been flowing Into Peter
hof from all directions, over fifty being
printed In the Official Messenger today.
Dispatches from the interior report dem-
OMtTmtlonm m front o( th, pT1aons In all
parts of Russia in favor of the release of
the political prisoners. At Simferopol
troops surrounded the prison where the
political prisoners were making a demon
stration and fired at them through the win
dows. In Bt. Petersburg the political prisoners
awaiting transportation at the deporting
prison hdng out red flags from the win-
! dows and sang the "Marseillaise" through
j out the night, while crowds outside joined
in ine revolutionary song.
Coaacll Drafts Repl?.
The committee of the Council of the Em
pire, or upper House of Parliament, today
concluded Its draft of the reply of that
house to the speech from the throne. It
declares that while carrying out the sug
gestions of the emperor In the speech from
the throne the upper house will aim to
assure the welfare of the people and the
prosperity of the country and expresses
the hope of the upper house that the union
of Its efforts with those of tha lower
house will prove successful In enlightening
the people through the medium of general
education with regard to safeguarding the
lights and freedom accorded to them.
Hope la also expreased by the upper
house for success In developing the re
sources of the country and for the pros
perity of all classes.
The upper house is profoundly convinced
thst the diffusion of the principles of local
autonomy in districts where they hereto
fore have been lacking will. If due regard
Is paid to the idiosyncrasies of the vsrlous
nationalities, succeed in creating a solid,
enlightened stste, to the glory of the em
peror and the happiness of the free Rus
As tat amaeetr.
The paragraph dealing with amnesty says
that all great Ruaslan historical events
have been graven on the people's memory
by the emperor's acta of clemency toward
prisoners srd criminals and consequently
the upper house, although possessed of a
feeling of profound indignation at the con
tinual crimes committed In the heat of
the political struggle, has decided to sub
mit for the gracious consideration of the
emperor the lot of those who, while giving
way to the irresistible, desire for a speedy
consummation of their aspirations have
not committed cutrages on Ufa or property
or otherwise transgressed the established
VETERANS FINISH LABORS
(Continued from Third Page )
annual alumni reception and banquet will
occur at the rooms of the Commercial club
Monday evening. May t.
FREMONT The Toung Men's Christian
association sold thrse ut to building on
Its property at the corner of P and Fifth
stieets. The largest, a two-story iron clad,
was boiight by N. W. Smalls, who will
move It onto a lot between Sixth street and
Military avenue and fix It over for offices.
The buildings are all to be cleared off next
month. The plans for the new building
hare not yet been decided upon. It will be
441 and three atorit-s In height.
BATKICfc-The new aewer extending
from Ninth to Thirteenth between Market
and Court atreets was completed yesterday
by H. C. Gardner of Lincoln, who has had
a large force of men on the work tha last
few weeks. Five blocks of the sewer on
Washington and Lincoln streets are ex
cavated and the work will be finished soon.
These Improvements are greatly appre
ciated by our cltlsens, who have wanted
sewer connections In the east and north,
east part of town for a long time.
GENEVA The Board of Kducation. at
Its last regular meeting, elected the teach
ers for all of the positions for next year
but two. Miaa ,Cora Svott was re-elected
firtocipal of tha school and her aalary was
ncreaaed from $06 to Tt per month. Miss
Grace Munsoa was re-elected assistant
principal and her salary raised from tat to
MO per month. Miks Anna Knox was re
elected leather of the eighth grade and her
salary raised from $jO to V r monin.
Miae Maud Combs was re-eixted for ths
fifth grade. Miss Emma Cuinoer'and for
tbe fourin grade, Mle .ji.r Hrubeaky
for ths third grade. Miss Louise Donis-
thorpe for the second grade and Miss Mar
garet Vough for the first grade, and Miss
Martha Obercotter for the West Ward, all
at a salary of tto per month. This puts
Oeneva well up In the list for good wages
In towns of this size.
OAKLAND The ballasting gang on the
Great Northern reached here Thursday
noon. About 160 men. together with their
boarding cars, re now here and will work
north and south from this point. The
double section house for the section fore
men is nearly completed, and a Jap house
will next be constructed. A gang of men
has been at work grading the stock yards
this week. The yards will be situated Just
south of the Hulbert property north of
FREMONT The Sixth street paving Job
Is over half done and if the weather con
tinues good wil probably be finished within
thirty days. Property owners who already
had curbing in opposite their lots are find
ing much fault with the change of grade,
which requires them to lower the curbing
between two and three Inches and conse
quently regrade the space between the walk
and curb Tines. Previous to the ordinance
adopted a year ago there was no uniformity
of grade and curb lines.
STELLA A serious accident happened to
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brockman last night
when returning to their home a few miles
west of Btella after attending the graduat
ing exercises of the high school, In which
their son. Ross, was one of the graduates.
A young man was driving the csrrlage
when some one tried to paaa them and the
team became unmanageable and the oc
cupants were thrown out, resulting In a
broken arm and dislocated shoulder for
Mrs. Brockman and her husband was badly
bruised, but not seriously Injured.
TABLE ROCK At the session of the De
gree of Honor district convention yester
day afternoon the following officers were
elected: District superintendent, district
No. i, Mrs. Susan Ootild, Beatrice, presi
dent; Mrs. Mimle Madison, Blue Springs,
secretary; Mrs. C., W. erreltnaupt. Falls
City, treasurer. The session next year will
be held at Beatrice. Several carriage loads
came over from Pawnee City In the even
ing, the Pawnee City team coming over
and initiating the five candidates. A ban
quet was spresd at the close of the ex
eretses. PERC-The Everett society of the Stat
Normal school gave its annual open ses
sion In the new chapel last night. The
program was in the nature of a play, with
the plot laid In Japan and with Japanese
characters. The plot was full of Interest
and humor and the parts were acted in
a very commendable manner. Commence
ment exercises are now In full blast. Many
old students are returning for the festivi
ties and many of them will stay for the
summer school, which is expected to b.
the largest and most successful In the his
tory of the Normal.
GENEVA The high school girl's gymna
sium class gave Its annual exhibition to In
vited guests at the high school gymna
sium last evening. The guesta Included
members of the- school board, the corps of
teachers and invited friends. Tbe exercises
consisted of free gymnasium wand, dumb
bell and Indian club drills, fanoy steps
and a very Interesting relay race. The
wand and dumb-bell drills were especially
good. The guests were very enthusiastic
In their praise of the work of the girls.
The principal of the high school. Miss Cora,
Scott, la deaervlng of much praise for her
excellent work with tha girls.
PERU The funeral of Elmer I. Klser
was held at his father's home In this place
today. The services were conducted by
the local lodgea of the Knights of Pythiaa
and Modern Woodmen of America, of
which the deceased was a member. Last
Monday, while working with a ilurliugton
carpenter crew at Roggin, Colo., construct
ing a coal dock, Mr. Klxer met his death.
He, In company with a fellow workman,
waa working at tha top of the structure,
about thirty feet from the ground, when
it suddenly collapsed, killing both men In
stantly. Mr. Kiser was a single man, 77
years of age, and was especially known
for his loyalty and care of hlaparents.
OXFORD Avon Arnsberger, assistant
cashier of the First National bank, re
ceived a message from Minneapolis, Minn.,
last night stating that his father, Cyrus
A. Arnsberger, was dead. No particulars
were given, but from the wording of the
telegram it Is bel.eved that death was due
to accidental causes. The deceased was
one of the early settlers of this vicinity
and for many years was a leading spirit
In Oxlord's business world. Previous to his
removal from this place In Ifctrt, ha was en
gaged in the lumber trade. He was promi
nent In Masonic circles and was well known
throughout the Republican valley. The re
mains will be brought here and interred be
side his wife, who died some years age-
Body rsssi la River.
PIERRE, 8. D , May 11. (Special Tele
gramsThe remains of Thomas E. Etgle,
who waa drowned in Bad river two weeks
ago, were found floating In the stream a
short distance below the scene of the ac
cident and will be taken to his old home
at Madison for burial.
The following births and deaths have beea
reported to the board of Health during the
twenty-four hours ending at noon r riday
Births R. J. Michalltachka. JS Elm,
boy; Frank Herek. OJ South Twenty
fourth, boy: Charles Daden, Ninth and
leatha Peter Petersen, Norfolk. Neb., K:
Sterling Jensen Todd. MO South Twenty-
eighth, I months.
Will rrektOkls Caasaway.
MILWAUKEE. May U Announcement
was made today that the Wisconsin Inves.
tigating committee which has been In ses
siou here for some time will next turn Its
attenlldn to the I nion Central Life In
surance company of Ohio. The Ohio in
vrtiKt!on rummltlee has been Invited to
attend the inquisition, and It Is announced
that all complaints will be carefully probed.
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Higher Temperature Acoeloratet the Ifove
ment of Seasonable Merchandise.
AGRICULTURAL CONDITIONS IMPROVED
Maaafartarlaa; Retarae luJIeate Fee
Strikes and Little Idle Ma.
efclaerr Lara Orders
NEW TOHK. May 1.-R Q. Dun A Co.'a
weekly review of trade tomorrow will say:
Highrr temperature accelerates the move
ment of sensonabie merchandise unci Im
IToves agricultural conditions, except where
the precipitation lias been inyufrk lent. The
season whs somewhat backward on the
farms until this week but lost around Is
being renamed, although the scarcity of
labor deiays operations. Customary q'llet
pievails In certain lines that his I jet ween
seasons and mercantile collections ore still
Irregular, yet the future is rcgaidod with
inci casing confluence.
Manufacturing returns Indicate few
strikes and little Idle machinery, some
Sections of the iron and Kteel industry
having secured contracts covering the
output more than a year ahead, and ship
ments of footwear from Huston are sur
passing all records, while the textile mills
operate freely notwithstanding Ice high
prices for raw materials. Oespite the coal
strike and Interruption to freight bundling
at lower lake ports, railway earnings fur
the first week or Mav were li.2 per cent
larger than in the corresponding week iHst
year. Foreign commerce In April sur
passed the mime month In the preceding
year, both as to exports and imports, and
It Is especially gratifying to note the gain
In shipments ut manufactured products. At
this port fur the last week Imports gained
4,S:1.M and exports lost tl,28U.M In com
parlson with lust years figures.
Strength still prevail In the hide mar
ket, altnough large tunners are not operat
ing freely, but numerous small orders make
a good showing In the aggregate and there
Is no evidence o' trading below full rates.
Leather is well maintained on the whole.
Failures this week numbered zll In the
United Slates against 284 last year and 16
in Canada, compared with 11 a year ngo.
RF.I'ORT OF THK 'LK.ARIG IIOISK
rraasactluns or tbe Associated Hanks
for the Week.
NEW YORK, May ls.-The following
table, Compiled by Hradsmet, shows the
bank clearings at the principal cities for
the week enucd May 17, with the percent
age of Increase ami decrease as compared
with the corresponding week last year:
15 2 ....
' 2;,MiSi4 X'.i
17.Ml,;57i 17. s
14,iHj,M3i 1 8
10.m.704 M l
y. toy. wa, a.:
3. 987, 44t 2.7
t.010,3841 4 6
4,033, 2fi9 19.
Salt Lake City....
liar tf ord
2.981, 47S 13.9
1. 87,307 1
1.843.7251 9 2
Charleston, S. C...
9(17, 106 1
9 4. 61
Wheeling. W. Va..
Fargo, N. D ,
Cedar Rapids, la.
i SMt.OOQI 23.2
Everyday from June 1 toSeplember 16, very low I
round trip rates will be in effect over the Great
Northern Railway to I
Seattle, Portland, Everette, Vancouver, Spokano t
$60 Puget Sound Points
t)SS Spokane. The "Kootenai". Fernie, B. C.
$50 Great Palls, Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Kallspell,
Belton (Lake McDonald), Lethbrldge.
Final Return Limit Oct. 31 -Liberal Stop-Overa
Inquire further of F. I. Whitney, P. T. HI., St. Paul, Minn.
or nearest O. N. Ily. Agent.
Ask tha sgent for sailing dates ef ths "Minnesota" and
"Dakota," Seattle to Japan and China.
aCABXag, leak avad
t:,VMJ it i
t 0O.li 33 J
JfM sjOi )1
1753M li t
. , WU.Vi.4 t i
. 3a,ij u.i
2.M1.147I 10 7
2.JS6.47, 54 7
l.M;,t2J 8 4
l.H-i.-'H li. I
Vancouver. B. C...
8t. John, N. B
Victoria, B. C
Totals. Canada il 76,696.744i 21.1
Balances paid In cash.
r.N'ot Included In totals;
in totals because
Ing other Items
BR ADSTREKTB RKV1KW OF 1'RtUK
YORK. May 18. Bradstreet's
trade has expanded with warmer
and the settlement of lalior
: lobbing re-oiuer mislnes is In
full seasonable volume, San Francisco de
mand being a feature: fall orders are equal
to and In many esses in excess of last
year at this period. Industry except In
some sections of the soft coal fVld is as
active as ever before and the return tide
of currency from the country Is evidenced
by Increasing western bank deposits and
perceptibly easier money.
,ack of moisture In portions df the winter
wheat belt is responsible for the first
irregularity of the season in crop reports,
but sprlnu wheat and corn are doing well
and while oats are thin, needing rain,
damage to cotton from frost hx been
slight, vegetables being chiefly affected.
Railway earnings show good gains. Build
ing sctlvlly n, tikes for a large a.tle of
lumber, hardware, paints, glss and other
material and the Iron and steel industry,
while showing some Irregularity In pig
prices due to ttie niolders' strike, derives
confidence from the lurge volume of or
ders hooked for 'steel rails for next years
delivery. Prices show great steadiness at
close to record levels and cereals and
cotton, while showing strength on crop de
terioration reports, nnd lust as much sup
port in the fact that supplies are far from
unwieldy In view of unquestionably active
consumptive demand. Collections tend to
improve. Fine cotton goods are In large
demand and firm, but some few coarse
goods are reported easier. Fall orders are
reported In excess of a year ago and
there are no burdensome stocks to speak
of. Wool is quiet at the east, but iiidre
actlve In western points. Woolen dress
goods are in active request.
Business failures In the t'nlted States for
the week ending May 17 number ltil against
1U2 last week, 191 In the like week of
1906, 216 In 1904. 169 In 190g and 152 In 1902.
In Canada failures for the week number
15. as against i last week and 17 In this
week a year ago.
Wheat, Including flour exports from the
t'nlted States and Canada for the week end
ing May 17 are 2.716.783 bu., against 2,142.062
bu. last week, 1.612.650 bu. this week last
yesr, 1.226,762 bu. In 1904 and 6.623.313 bu. in
1903. From Julv 1 to date the exports are
118.464.894 bu., against 66.004,978 bu. last year,
24t77,o;4 bu. in 1HP4 and 199,681,131 bu. in
Corn exports for the week are 1.09.706 bu.,
against 1.573,740 bu. last week. 1.6MI,299 bu.
a year ago, 118,337 bu. in 1904 and 1,814,186
bu. In 1903.
JOINT1 COMMITTEE IS NAMED
Ullaels Mtaera Scale Is to Be
Passed as e-r tea.
SPRINGFIELD. III., May 18-A Joint
meeting of the operators and miners of
Illinois voted today to refer all resolu
tions and all matters to a joint scale com
mittee, which was sppolnted. .
President Perry of the state miners' or
ganisation proposed the scale of 1903.
President Randolph Smith of the local
operators' association moved as a substi
tute the scale which wss In vogue In 1904
and 1905, subject to readjustment of exist
Cheap Hates to Boston.
119.00 for round-trip from Ch'cago
(plus $1.00) via the Nickel Plate noad.
May 81 to June . inclusive, with privilege
of extension of return limit to July 16.
$24.00 via New York City, all rail, or
$22.00 via New York City and steamer
in both directions between New York and
Boston. Stopover at Niagara Falls and
Chautauqua lake points If desired, within
limit of ticket. Tickets good on any
train on above dates. No excess fare
charged on any train on Nickel Plate
Road. Meals In Nickel Plate dining cars,
on American club meal plan, ranging In
price from 5 cents to $1.00; mid-day
luncheon 60 cents; slso a la carte. Three
through trains dally, with modern Pullman
sleeping cars to Fort Wayne, Flndlay, Fos
toria, Cleveland, Erie, Buffalo, New York
City and New England points. Trains
depart from LaSalle street station, Chi
cago, the only depot on the' Elevated Loop.
Write John T. Calahan. general agent,
room 298, 11$ Adams street, Chlcsgo, for
reservation of berths In through standard
and tourist sleepers and full particulars.
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Bluffs to Sioux City, Mankato, St. Paul and Minne-
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Buffet-smoking and library car, splendid Pullman
drawing room sleeping can and free reclining chair
cars of the latest type, with all modern travel conven
iences; train new from the shops and brilliantly
lighted by electricity, leaves Omaha daily 8.28 p. m.
Electric reading lamps in every section and drawing
room and in the buffet-library car. Electric curling
iron heaters in the ladies' dressing rooms. Breakfast
a la carte in buffet library car.
The North-Western Line is the direct line to St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Superior, Duluth, Ashland and the Lake
Twatrains daily leave Omaha 7.50 am and 8.2S pm.
Sleeping car reservations and lull information concerning raiei
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stayed; colors, black,
blue and gray these
are our regular $8.50
sklrtt! on-sale Satur-
MILLINERY CLEARANCE SALE
All our $7.00. $8.00 and
$9.00 Pattern HaU
will be closed out
Never before did we offer such values
as these la the height of the season.
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