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YllK OMAHA DAILY - HEE: THUKSDAY, JUXE 21, 1006.
Telephone tJonglsi 618.
Ti At .
There is a, vast difference between Wash Goods offered at our Special Sales and those
from bargain counters elw-where. (Joods we offer are all from our own regular stock of choice
materials. Thejare this Reason's perfect styles and the prices are so low that you'll not hesi
tate in buying whether you need the goods now or later
. Silk Xlousselines.
A cholc variety of solid colors
taequaroa. also floral design, good a that
old for o, lOe, We pr yard, go on aal
at 1n per yard. Thursday. In basement.
Ladies' Sweaters for These
In Norfolk - and blouaa styles, colora
white, red. nary nd gray.' Price from
12.7 to $T.
Dainty Lawn Dresses.
In choir and pretty styles, beautifully
triads garments, at M 60, 17.50, t.M and up.
Cloak Department Bargains
Suits at' half regular prices. v
vary coat reduced.
Bargain la dainty new w.t.ts.
rin silk pettlcoata at ..
High elaaa good, at low prices every
thing we aell la good.
In the Men's Section, Thursday
Will Be an Important Day.
Special selling of ahlrta and underwear
at prlcea that you can't afford to mlaa.
An exceptional opportunity to lay In a
aupply of aoft ahlrta will be offered you
tomorrow. Beautiful ahlrta In black and
whlta effecta, bluea and tana, made espe
cially for Thompson, Belden 6 Co.; every
pattern distinctly new. Theee ahlrta sold
MRS. KAUFMAN BOUND OYER
Wife of 8iou Falli Browat Unit lace
Court on Harder Chw.
TROUBLESOME TIME IN THE COURT ROOM
Illet Nearly Precipitated at PreliaW
. aery Bxasslaatloa t Wemaa
Aeeaaed ef KllUa Hired
Olrl by Beating.
SIOCX FALLS. 8. D.. June JO. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Th concluding session
In the preliminary examination of Mrs.
Emma Kaufmann, wife of a wealthy local
brewer, held this forenoon resulted In tl.e
defendant being held to the state circuit
court without ball, to answsr to in
charge of having murdered Miss Agni
Polrels, her 11-year-old domestic.
. , Tb forenoon seaaton waa a brief one.
Mr. Kaufmann and her husband arrived
at the oourt room of Judge A. B. Wheelock
shortly after 10 o'clock. As soon as tney
had found aeata, States Attorney urr it'.
this city, aroae and asked that the da
fendant be committed to the custory of
tb sheriff, pending her trial at the next
term of state circuit .court. Mrs. Kauf
manri'e attorney made no objection and
the defense offered no testimony what
ever. It was expected that the tttuYney tor
the defense would make a motion for ths
dismissal of the case on the ground th.it
facta Sufficient to- constitute the crime of
murder had not been shown by the pros
ecution, but nothing of the kind a as done.
Beyond the brief motion of the state's at
torney and a few worda apoaen by Judge
Wheelock, nothing further tranaplred.
It is understood that later In the da
a' motion will be made before Judge
Jane of the atate circuit court naklng
that the defendant be admitted to ball
pending her trial In th atate circuit court.
. Nssf la Coert Room.
' Brief aa th preliminary hearing was,
there waa a number of sensational eplaodea
Immediately prior to and following th
hearing. Notwithatandlng that the heating
waa not to be held until 10 o'clock, crowd
hegan gathering in and around th court
mam a early aa $ o'clock. Before t every
available foot of space In the court room.
In the doorways and in the hall adjoining
It was peeked with a dense mass nf people,
a great part of the crowd being composed
nf women, many In fashionable attire, as
ciety circles being well represented and
some being her friends. When the carriage
ocoupted by Mrs. Kaufmann and her hus
band drove up In front of the court house
the sidewalk was closely packed with a
dense mass of humanity and It was with
difficulty that policemen forced a pssugo
through the crowd so Mr. and Mrs. Kauf
mann could make their way to the court
" Defeaeaat I Hissed.
While the party was crowding lu way
through th hallway t the court room Mra
auuiiiii wm vtf nrvuiijr riaaea at oy ins
spectators, .the hlaae coming largely from
. th women in the crowd. Mr. Kaufmann
I of dark complexion and, although aha
ward a -veil, it could b aeen that her face
waa aa whit a a aheet of paper.
After being In tbe oourt room for a
period of only a few minute Mr. Kauf
mann waa again escorted to the sidewalk,
but their carriage had not put In an ap
poarano, and after a painful wait of per
haps a minute or two herself, huaband and
other of th little party started serosa
th street to a livery establishment, where
they fr a time sought refuge. The crowd
packed closely about them and for a mo
meat thera were fear for Mra. Kaufman'
JUST FITS YOUR P0CKET
TAKE A BARREL ROME WITH YOU
Each barrwl contains three flavors of i cream, vanilla,
strawberry and chocolate. Frozen and packed so that it
will keep hard for a long time on a hot day. The popu
larity of Balduff's little barrela of ice eream is increasing
every day already over 25,000 barrels have been sold. Put
up in two sixes :
Qnart size, jnflident for I or 8 persons, 4.e .
' Plat size, salOdefit for or 4 persons, 21c
Balduff, 1520 Farnam St.
Bee, June to. 10.
Great Special Sale of Choice Wash
V Materials Thursday 8. a. m.
regularly at $2.00 and 12.26, all alaee. Thurs
day SI. SO each.
Men's 50c Underwear, Thurs
day, 35c, 3 for $1.00.
Two Unea of bslbriggan underwear, one
of blue and the other fleah color, cut food
and full, made from the finest of combed
cotton, estr well made, fast colora, reg
ular 60c Quality, on, special sale at 36e, or
1 for 11.00. Main floor.
Charge Account Conveniences.
Htart a deposit account and have your
purchaaea referred to It for payment. Tou
hare all the convenience of an ordinary
cbarse account at a credit store; you hare
every economy our strict cash aystem af
fords, srtd you get 4 percent Interest , on
your dally balance, compounded every
three months. eposlt any eum that suits
your convenience. Make purchaaea In the
usual wsy and have them "charged" In
the usual way to the money you have on
deposit. Tou are privileged to withdraw
any or all of your account at any time.
TMi Is not a bank.
Deposit Account Department Main floor.
Important Special from Muslin
All day Thursday weN will aell 12.50
skirts for S1.10. Durability, prettlness
ar.d economy have been combined In a de
lightful manner. Fine cambric skirts, with
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Howard Corner Sixteenth Street,
safety. Some few crie of "Lynch her!"
Mrs. KsilaUDii Takes to Jail..
After a conference between the attorneys
It was decided that Mrs. Ktufmann should
be tsken to jail. It Is probable that in
view of the. excited condition pf the public,
application for ball for Mr. - Kaufmahn
will not be made for, a few .days. .
Late this afternoon a physician was
called to the jail to sttend Mrs. Kaufmann,
who hail collapsed as the result of her
trying exeprlence In the court room. The
excitement I subsiding toolght.
BIALYSTOK RIOT ENDS
(Continued from First Page.)
be exaggerated, enough haa been estab
lished to make almoat anything creditable.
The mobs eeemed to delight In torturing
th victim. Strips of fleah were cut from
their bodlea, children were snatched from
tbelr mother' arm and taken by the legs
and brained on the pavement before the
eyea ef their parenta. An old Jew waa bo
headed and the ghaatly trophy waa carried
all day at the -end of a pike through (he,
treeta.' In many cases th head of vic
tim were beaten to a. Jelly , with atones'
At th Blalyatok railroad etatton, where
tbe mob aeached the tralna for Jew., a
rioter seised a (-year-old girl by the throat
and held her at arms' length until' she
strangled to death.
Little children aeemed to take pleasure
in pointing .out the hiding places of the
Jewa Mutilated corpaea, swarming with
files, were left lying about the streets In
some cases for day.
A badly injured Jeweaa In the hospital;
describing the acenea, aald:
"Hell was within human beings and they
enaoted tbe role of demons,'1. then the
woman suddenly went Into convulsions ,t
the memory of the horrors she had wit
nessed. (aalet at BlaJystek.
BIALTSTOK, Ruaala, Jun K.-rt p. m.
Tbe night passed without incident and all
Is quiet here this afternoon. M. Prison,
son of the president ef the Council of th
Empire (upper house of Parliament), has
arrived her today, having been sent to
Blalyatok specially by Interior Minister
Btolypln ti determine th responsibility for
th reoent maaaacr of Jew and to enable
the minister to report to Parliament on the
subject Independently of the local author!--Use.
T ' " , ' .....
general has Tlecorated the vlag official
In thl. vlolnlty and ha. ordered the dla-
Iributlon of reward, to th "faithful peas-
Uy Wl!10 rS the .uppreaalon of the
agarlan disorders. . .
The peasantry through . a committee.
hae notifled the landlords of this province
that unles they are paid at the rate of one
Mflffl' . . 1 - T . . A I , .
aouar tor men ana nny cents ior women , ceplonany handsome young women and
during ths harvest work thy will trlk. : prom,n,pt , church &nd IIMtetr. R,v w
LONDON. June .-In the House of H. Bus of th. Congregational church per
Common Walter Runclmao. parllaidentary form.d th. c.Kmo.v.
aeorstary to th local government board,
In behalf of Foreign Secretary Grey, again
declined to inform the government ofRus
sla of tUs views of tha British people
concerning the aatl-Jewleh out break a He
aid th Impression made and tha sympa
thy aroused not only la this country, but
everywhere, by tha dlsturbsnces and loss
ef Ufa la Russia, war known to th Rus
sian government, aad they wer not mat
ter In which official diplomatic Interven
tion waa uauat or desirable.
ST. PETERSBURG. June JO.-An laveati
gatlun of the report at Ixindon that heavy
firing Is going on at Cronstsdt snd that
rioting 1. In. progress (hows that there has
net been any tiring and no disorder has oc
curred. CREAM BARK
lswn top. pretty trimming of embroidery,
flounce and furks ' In sll slses. Regular
price of this skirt Is $2.60; special price
Thursday, only 11 50 each. Second Floor.
Ladies' Knitted Underwear.
We are ready to supply those who wear
wool during the summer, aa well aa the
wearers of cotton.
Indies' swles ribbed gauss wool vests,
low neck, sleeveless, plain tape trimmed,
slses 4 to , 1.00 each.
Ladles' swIss ribbed gauze wool vests.
high neck, long.sleeves', slses 4 to 6, $1.00
each; extra slses cost 25c more. Drawers
to match, ankle or knee length, $1.50
I -art tee' fine ribbed gauxe cotton vests,
high neck, long sleeves; or high neck,
short sleeves, drawer to . match, .Isel 4
to I. 60c. each. Main Floor.
Have Your Bed Blankets
Washed by Mill Process.
The beauty of fine bed blankets Is often
spoiled by them not being washed prop
erly. They have turned hard or oily or
have changed from whit to a dirty yel
low. This can be avoided and you can
hare, your bed blanket look Ilk new. If
you send them to us. We have them
washed, bleached, rebound and reflnlshed
by one sf the best blanket mill In the
Prices for single blankets, 75c; double
blankets, $1.00. Send us your bed blank
et now. In basement.
PULAJANES SACK A TOWS
Three Hundred Ken 'Make Buooesiful
( . Attack: on Burauen, Lejta.
LEADER OF ROBBERS KILLED BY POLICE
All Maaiclpal Record Destroyed aad
Aral aad Ammunition C'aptared
by Outlaws New Chased
MAKII.A. June A bahd of 300 Pula
janea under Ceaaarlo Pastor, attacked th
town .of . Burauen, on th Island of Leyt
yesterday, June 11. They killed five police
men. wounded five and captured th re
mainder of the force except the lieutenant.
who wa In command.
Pastor, the Pulajan leader, waa killed
during the encounter.
Th attack . occurred at an early hour
In the morning. The police were caught
unaware and their sentinel waa rushed
irom .his post. The bandits than entered
the tribunal and a band-jo-band fight took
place. The police fought, desperately, but
a ere overcome by superior number.
The lose of the Pulajanea Is believed to
have been great, but It cannot be esti
mated, as they carried off their dead and
wounded after the fight.
The municipal records were taken from
the. tribunal, plied In the street and burned.
The destruction of these papers waa one
of the most serious phases of the raid aa
they Included deeda, license receipts, etc.
The safe containing the town funds was not
disturbed. The bandits carried away the
arms, of the police and a quantity of am
munition. A detachment of constabulary . under
Lieutenant Johnson, Immediately, started
In pursuit of the Pulajanea.
At the time the raid was made Pro
vincial . Governor .Veyra was In another
part of the . Island securing the evidence
wanted by the pardon commission to ob
tain the release of prisoners In the Blilbld
Ho yes-Brew a.
FREMONT. Neb., Jane JO. (Special. V
An event of much Interest In social circles
wss the marriage of Robert Noyes of
fjchenecudy, N. Y., .and Miss Grace R.
Brawn, a daughter of It f. Rrawn of ihle
i crtyi wh,ch occurred at the realdence of th
I br,de., paren on North Broad atreet at
noo today , prence D, aDout 100
J gu-lW u the ,ntlmaU frlen(Jl an1 r,,
, alv of th, contractlnB p,rt,,, The
groom Is a former resident of Fremont, a
; ,rllduM, of the 9nKMius courw. , lB
and encaged In the prac-
. .,. of hla nrof-,.lon Th. hrM. ,. ...
. HASTINGS, Neb.. June . Soet1al.)
Miss Laura Payne and Mr. A. D. Harmon
were married last night at I o'clock at
ths hems of the bride'a father, W. H.
Payne. Rev. Lee Young of St. Mark's
church performed the ceremony In the pre.
ence of near relatives and a small circle
of Irlenda. '
Salesaaaa lakes Polsaa.
BIOl'X CITY, la., June -(Special.)
John M. McKee, a traveling aaleaman for
the Hanim Brewing company at St. Paul,
died here thl morning from an overdo
of morphine, taken to quiet hi nerves,
after a protracted apree. The drug waa
taken in th bath parlor of Anna Cath
cart. and a ahort time after dosing him
self th. man went Into a cataleptic fit and
wa removed to the hospital, dying a few
Lawyers Waald Paalsk Deaerter. '
IOWA CITY, la.. Jin . tSpeolal Tele
gram.) M. J. Wade announce that th
committee o.t law reform of the Iowa
Stat Bar aaaoclation will recommend, at
It convention In July, that adequate legis
lation providing punishment for men who
desert famlllee without lust cause ' be
. Aaawrtatlaa Bill Pass.
WASHINGTON. Jun SO.-Th con'erenre
report on th executive, legislative and
judicial appropriation bill waa adpptud bv
the house today, which passes the bill, the
senate having adopted the report yesterday.
ron oven sixty years.
AnQId.nd Well-Trled Remedy.
URS. " WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
WORK FOR SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Orer Thro Endrod Attond Bute Conven
i " lien at fork.
' "l aWamaBBxa
MODEL, SCHOOL ONE OF THE FEATURES
' ' ' y
Mea aad Weatea ef Xatleaal Ptepata.
tlaa la tbat Ma Taalac Part '
la tv Kserelses Baca
YORK. Neb., Juna- .-(Special.) The
primary school of inetpictlon planned and
executed by Mis Mamie llalnee of Lincoln,
stat superintendent ' of public work, was
successful ; and satisfactory In every re
Itwa In session all day Tue.
Mr. Walker of Denver. International su
perintendent of primary, work, assisted very
materially all through the day. Rv. En
slow of Kearney presented the subject of
"Raving the Boy"; Miss Alice Boone of
Lincoln, "First Step to Success In Primsry
Work." it being a consecrated Christian
life; Missv flraca- tflark af Lincoln, "Whst
Shall We Teach la Elementary Grades?"
and was followed by Mra. Walker oa "How
Shall, Wa Teach t" , . -
All subjects were given In a very helpful,
The organised work wa taken up In
actions. Tha, beftinners-r-th children front
t to 6 year Tlo waa : presented by Mr.
Frank Warner of Syracuse, tailing how to
teach th tiny tot.. Th primary proper
wa told of Its organisation, th lesson
and supplemental work by Mr. Pop of
Grand Island. The Janlef seotlon wa pre
sided over by Mra. Walker. After th
Junior work wa explained a clasa wa
graduated'. from this Just a It should be
done In different Sunday schools. Mlas
Oeorgen Oontey, kindergarten teacher In
the York schools, had prepared fourteen
children for thl exercise and diploma
were presented them . for- aucceesful com
pletlon of three ?ear course of study In
After dinner 'Softool .waa reaumed, with
Mis Halnea presiding. The program waa
carried out aa follows: "Special Day In
Primary?" Omaha, union-, "Work of County
Primary Superintendents,"' Mrs. Follmer of
Lincoln; "Primary Teacher' Preparation,"
Next was an Important part, when six
women were graduated from th primary
training course and received diplomas from
Rev. Charles Ray of Alliance gave a
Interesting1 talk on "Mothers' Meeting
and told of the fourth largest cradle roll
In th United Btate. which is at Alliance
! A mother' meeting .was conducted by
Mlaa Haines, addressed by Mr. : Walker.
The church waa. crowded, there being about
400 people present.
After the mother' meeting the conven
tlon divided Into' sections and model schools
The aaelgnment committee worked tire
lessly that all might be cared for promptly.
The committee Is composed of Mr. F. A
Hanr.la. Mr. E. .J., Wlghtman and Mlas
Georgene Gonley. - Tuesday evening IK)
delegates were enrolled.
The Nebraska State Sunday school con
vention opened Tuesday evening with an
excellent attendance . promptly at I, sl
though there waa a .wind and rainstorm
blowing. Tbe muato . was led by Prof.
Elchorn of Canon CJty, Colo.
L. P, Albright of Red Cloud, president of
the association, gave the opening address
followed by George Q. Wallace of Omaha,
chairman of the exacullye committee. Rev.
Clarence weyer, ,of Fremont gave the ad
dress of th evening on th subject of "The
Debt of th Church to 'the Sunday School.
JESSE HEADLEY HELD FOR MI RDER
Yoaager Brother Is Dlseharsed
Mottaa of Toaaly Attoraey. .
TEKAMAH, Neb., .June . iSpeciHl.)-
The court room, was crowded to Its utmost
capacity th.a morning with spectators
mostly from Craig and vicinity, who are
here to attend the preliminary trial of Jess
Headley. charged with1 the. murder of his
father, Jacob Hadley, who waa .foupd In
Bell creek on the morning of June 9 In aurh
a condition that Identification waa Impos
sible except by the clothing on the dead
man. ' . . ,
On motion of County Attorney Taylor,
Noah Headley, the ypunger boy waa dis
charged as the state could find no evi
dence whatever that would Justify It trying
to bind iilm over to the district court.
All of the evidence taken In the forenoon
pertained to the finding and the Identifies
tlon of the dead man the principal wit.
nesses being Coroner Sward, Dr. Clark and
Robert Adams, who first found rfe body.
Dr. Sward testified (hat he first ssw the
body of the 'dead man about 10 a. m. on
the morning of June I and that It was
hanging to a wire fence by the left shonl-
I der of the coat
HIs legs and trunk were
partly out of the water but the head was
compjetely submerged. He further testified
I that the flesh had been eaten, off the face.
and the halr w Tn, ,kull w
cracked acroaa the top. and when It was
being raised out of the water It opened
lke . pk,r of huge Jaws.. Witness sM he
severed the skull from the body, took I'
j honl. .,, u,m ,H ..... ,...,. . .
strong solution of formaldehyde for a week
thoroughly examined It. He aald he waa
positive death waa caused by shooting, as
he found several Indentations In th skull,
which could only be caused by small shot.
Mrs. Headley was the next witness and
testified that the clothing found en the
dead man waa that of her husband. She
also said that on her return from a visit
at Bertha, Neb., Jess told her thst his
father had gone to Tekamah.
Noah Headley Mid that he was In the
field harrowing en the morning of May IS,
and between f and o'clock he heard a
noise In th direction ef the house that
aounded like a shotgun, and that It was
about 11 o'clock before Jesse came Into
th Held te work.
Joseph Johnson, a neighbor, alao testified
to about the same thlpg regarding the re
port of the shotgun.
A recess was then teksn for dinner.
Dr. Clark , waa, Ui .first witness callod
after dinner and wa asked if. In his opin
ion, th. wound the deed man received
could have been- self-inflicted, to which h
answered no. He alao testified that th
hot, when fired, wss at closs range, prob
ably two feet, a the shot all aeemed to
hit lit ene piece; but on cross-examination
th witness aald he was net a ahotgun e
pert and did nei know the difference be
tween a atralght bore gun and one with a
Victor Johnson testified that hs wss har
rowing In a Held about eighty rods from
nouse on. tne morning of th
mh of ty and th person
i ,ha Headley home and aunoosed at
,h tlm u Jeae. aa th other boy
w" th n'lA Mxt to where he wss.
I The w" Pushing a two-wheel cart.
about four feet long, south towsrd Bell
creek. On croes-e lamination witness said
he had known the defendant by alajht only
for the :at three years, but could not
swear positively whether. It was Jease cr
Noah, aa tiiey were sack about one-fourfi
of a mile away from him
-" pf Pl"ed on . the ..and
,h conversation which took place btweon
defendant, the count, .ttM-neT d i
1 h"""lf " ln cou"'' -or-ln.
ot June 10, or thf next dsy after the de- T
fendant wa arrested. .
Sheriff Fhlpps aald: ""When he waa nkeit (
how be get tb body la the creek he ald
h rolled It out of th wagon Into the
creek; when asked why he did It he ssld
he did not knew; when asked If he did It j
with a shotgun he said lie did It with a
double-barrel, but he only fired one shot.
The defense and the state both wsived j
argument and Judge Busier bound the d"- I
ffndsnt. Jease Head ley, over to the district j
oourt aad to be placed In the county JML i
without ball, te answer to the charge of
murder In the first degree.
Th sheriff ha In his possession a hot
about four feet long and two feet wide.
which ha spots of blood on It, that was
found at the Headley residence, and Is
supposed to be the box that was used on I
the cart to lake the body of the deed
man from his borne to Boll creek, about
three-fourths of a mile. This box was
not used In the preliminary examination,
but probably will .be Introduced aa evi
dence at the trial In th district court.
ROCK ISLAKD TRAIN DITCHED
Earlaeer and Flreaiaa Slightly la-
Jared, bat Passeagers F.erape.
BEATRICE. Neb., June JO.-(Ppeclsl Tel
egram. As train No. J5, westbound, on th
Rock Island reached a crossing a mile west
of Tawne City It struck a cow and went
Into the ditch. The fireman and engineer
were slightly Injured, but none of the
passengers was hurt. Th roadbed waa
torn up for 100 yards and delayed th
traffic for some time.
heneerati Are laterested.
AINS WORTH, Neb., June 10. (Spe
cial.) Th republican senatorial contest
Is getting to be the main Issue before th
peopl a to who win come out victorious.
A the democrats appear to be much In
terested your reporter took the liberty to
Interview a few of the leaders here to find
out their opinion a to whom they would !
rather see endorsed by the republicans, and 1
IhAl Bdaaraa a.. Ik.' . .
. : iUl. . ... iirc- i
fer Crounse." Then they wer aaked for
thetr reasons, and the answer was invar
iably; "If Rosewater Is endorsed we can
not beat him, and if Crounse 1 endorsed
w ran beat him easy, as he 1 too old.
W will put up hi son-in-law, Mr. Hltoh
ccck, and he can get republican enough
te end him to the senate." Thl Is surely
a line scheme. If only suooessful.
Cholera Murba Cared.
Thl I en of the most sever and dan
gerous disease. In almost every neighbor
hood soma on ha died from it. Mrs. W.
E. Smith of, La Marque, Tex... writes;
"My llttl girl wa .taken with, cholera
morbus, brought on by bad drinking wator
caused .by th great Galveston storm. Th
sttack wa so sever that I feared she
would. die. A druggist .advised me to give
her Chamberlain' Colle, Cholera and Plar
rhoea Remedy, which I did, and three doses
of It relieved her. Sine then I have rec
ommended . thl remedy to many frlemls
and It has never failed In any Instanc."
MEAT BILL IN SENATE
(Continued from First Psge.)
Massachusetts senstor said th writing
of a book brought sbout the present sit
uation and It may occur to the packers
that "the writing of books is not so con
temptible." The. men responsible for the meat pack
ing and Standard OH monopolies, said Mr.
Lodge, have done more to advance social
Ism, anarchy, unrest and unwholesome
condition In the United Btstes thsn all
the socialists In the world. . He said the
people , would resent having their, food
tampered ' with and made aport of for
mere greed for- money and that they are
rlghtl Insisting that these packers be put
on the same basis ss . manufacturers of
other food, whose products ar Inspected.
Warrea Defends Parkers.
Senstor Warren defended the peckers
and denounced as "simply monstrous" the
proposition of Messrs. Bevertdga and Proc
tor that they should be required to adver
tise their business In a prescribed ' way.
He also ssld that the legislation Is aimed
at the farmers snd stock growers and eon
tended that Instead of taxing them and
the packers for the propoaed Inspection the
entire country ahwuld pay the expenae.
Mr. Warren had not been apeaklng long
when the morning hour expired, render
ing it necessary to displace the appropri
ation bill with the canal bill.
Bids oa Work at Meade.
STURGIS, S. D., June Jo. (Special.)
Following Is th list of bids received by
' Major George K. Hunter, constructing
quartarmaater. for electric fixtures and
service connections at Fort Meade:
Without service lines or transformers:
Burgess-Grander company, Omaha. $C,27.
For all work: Western Electrical com
pany, Omaha. $3.40.7: O. A. Kees Domertle
Engineering company. St. Pnul, H.729;
Btunrls Power and Light cohipany.Sturgi.
S2.i.f0. The Sturgls Power and Light
company waa the loweat binder.
Alleged Rabber to Be Tried.
CHICAGO, June SO. I'nlted Btatea Com
missioner Foot today directed that Patrick
Lavln of Chicago be returned to Lexing
ton, Tex., to atand trial for the alleged
robbery of the poatofflce at Dlmebox, Tex.
Several wltneaaea testified that Lavln was
In charge at the time of the robbery, but
Sheriff Scarborough of Lextngton, and sev
eral other people awore that they aaw
Iavln In -Lexington at the time. Charles
Coleman, an alleged partner of Lavln waa
killed by the sheriff at the time of the
Horth Osksts Retaras slaw.
GRAND FORKS. N. D.. June .-It will
be late today before fairly accurate returns
will be available from yesterasy s primaries
out In the state. The Insurgent republican
have carried Orana rorks county oy w to
SuU. The regular republicans have carried
this, city by a small majority. The vote
In the city was light, while the vote Iti
the country districts waa larger than two
year, ago at tha general election.
WhM it 1 PMsbury'i "Best" Cereal, there eaa be m better.
Vrom an ecoeomlcal standpoint, it i infinitely better than aav ef
the ordinary ready-to-erve ceraala, evea though a package of
Best Breakfast Food-VITOS
Costs IS cents, whfle th ready prepared kind cost 10 cent, per
package. Read the reasons why. A package of Vltoe contain
" . . . , . - . . , i A
two lull pounds or aoua looa, ana roase yon, waea
12 pound of delicions purs whit food. Tbe ready
cooked dry cereals generally
to the package.
White Heart of the
ited. Ho secret
Never lucky or lumpy.
v i t jsiiita.
ECONOMY W QCyAaL7-V
At present we have a large amount of
cash to pie.- on, flrtclass securities. "
While resident- property securities are our,'
preference, yet we will tsks a few well
located parl,inent houses or business rro-
fiertles. Psftles desiring te pav off their
nana and get out of debt will find It an
advantage to borrow on our plan. 1oane
are promptly closed where security, and
title are satisfactory.
Heserve and Undivided Profits, M0.004.
THK CONSKRVATrVK SAVINGS "A
SOU fiouth 10th Street. Omaha.
BR0WI1ELL HALL; 0MAIIA. 3:
ley. Mf. Holyoke. Smith, t'nlveraity of Nebraska, snd fnlversUv of Chlcag.- A stu-
(iviil wiiu aviua m iniuiuvifl ,,i mv
erature of the University of Nebraska is
f-nwrne wiMwiii rinniiniiPTL r. 'pfmnii envanrsges in music. An una iomius
Science. Well eaulpped gyhinaslim. Tennfa, hockey and other field sports. 'Instrue- .
tor college graduates of large teaching experience. Students mothered sympathet
ically by experienced women who appreciate the needa of young, womanhood. . . -Address,
MISS MACRAE, Principal.
TRAVEL PAY FOR PRESIDENT
Home Appropriate . 125,000 to Uaet
ExpesMi of ExsctttWa'i Trip.
PURE FOOD BILL COMES UP TODAY
Jala Resolatlaa r lnereasiar the
Terasa af ' Represeatatlves
. to Paar 'Year is
trUHIMnTDK June Twenlv bills of
more or i,8 getfer-ailnterest were pasd
today by . the house undert suspension nf
fh. -.i-. Amona- herri were. measures sa
proprlatlng S3&.0U0 for traveling expense, of
the president, which excited considerable
debate, providing for the subdivision of
lande entered under the reclamation act;
Increasing the efficiency of the bureau of
Insular affairs by conferring the rank and
pay of a brigadier general on the chief of
the bureau, and regulating the checking
ef baggage by common carriers.
Tha Joint resolution Increasing the term,
of representatives' to four year, and the
hill amending aeotlon IIS. of the revised
Statutes, permitting national banking as
sociation, to make loan on real eatate a
security and limiting the amount ef such
loans, failed to receive the necessary two
third, vote. .
. Th house also passed . a rule to begin
the consideration of the pure food bill
tomorrow and after twelve hours of debate
vote on the substitute to the senate com
mittee without Intervening motion.
The house at 5:10 o'clock adjourned until
11 o'clock tomorrow.
Travellna Rxpease for President.
The bill appropriating S23.000 to defray
the traveling expenses of tbe president for
th next fiscal year a- called up under
the suspension of the rule In th house
today by Mr. Tawney of Minnesota, chair
msn of the appropriations committee. The
sundry civil bill carried an Item appropriat
ing $28,000 for the traveling expenses nf the
president, which went out on a point of
trder. Mr. Watson pf Indiana, then In the
chair, and who sustained the point of or
der against the Item, Introduced the bill
which th. house had under consideration
Mr. Underwood of Alabama demanded a
second, which wa ordered, and a debate
of forty minute, ensued. Mr. Underwood
aaked If the appropriation wss Vfpr the
present president or future prenldena
Mr. Tawney replied that the aln)was
to ma!:e It a permanent law, and that with
the passage of this hill the, point of order
against an appropriation carried by - the
aundry bill would not He. Mr. Janies of
Kentucky wanted to know what official
duty carried the president abroad. "In't
It true that there Is no official duty re
quiring him to leave th capital?" he
Mr. Tawney said that while he could not
recall any official duty Just at present that
might take him outside the cspltal, he
could easily conceive how, aa vommander-ln-hlef
of the army and navy, he might
be called upon at any moment to travel.
V Cookraa Supports Bill.
Mr. Bourke Cock ran of New York sup
ported th. bill, saying he wa. not willing
to make a vartlaan matter out of the
mea.ure. Mr. Cock ran remarked that the i
gentleman could hot violate the conetltu- 1
tlon of the t'nlted Statea if he tried,
"There happen a to be in the constitu
tion the means ef aaaertlng Itself against
even the gentlemen of the house of rep
resentatives." ha aald. Continuing Mr.
"The point I wanted te submit to the
gentlemen and our side here and te the '
entire house of representatives Is this:
That In the operation of our constitutional
Lsystern, the president haa become a great
leader of public thought and public opin
ion quite aa much aa a mere executive of
the laws and If the circulation of the pres
ident throughout the country add. prac
tically in the direction of Improved legis
lation, giving effective direction to public
opinion, whether that be not an expense
that ought legitimately be borne out of
thu public treasury."
"I think," Interrupted Mr. Underwood,
'every public man in the I'nlted States,
cabinet officer., senators and members of
the heuss. give their time literally and
freely te the people of the United States
In great discussions and there Is no rea
son In ths world why this house should
make an exception of the president. .W.
are going to deny pssses to every man In
this house. I believe we are. and I know
we will If the conferee, en the rate bill
carry out what I believe te be the will
and tha sentiment of thl house.
Mr. Cockran! "Would - the gentleman
deny mileage t members r
Point of View
coataia iron tnu ouocea
Breakfast Food U tha
Wheat ikeraai stsriv
process. Just a
? T'.-.T?; "...
Home - Brhnol for Tung
urstorv courses. terun
srtmlts to Vassal". Well
it, wif (rvur-g- (T una, 1,1 pi IPIflfj vi. ' -
admitted to the Junior year of the .cademle
Mr. I nderwood: No, I wouM not.
Mr. Cockran: "Then, If the president
travel- In the public service, la It lair to
tal him and cum pel him In pay eipeneea
that would be ruinous In their amount ut-
of his own pocketr" , .
Mr. Underwood argued that aa congress -had
provided, a home, .furnished aad main .
talnrd for the president at the cepltnl, th
law contemplated that lie should . reside t
there. , . ..... ,
One ftaaptotoa la,; . . , ,.
In concluding Mr. Cockran said: -"I
hold It as a very suspicious sign that
tVila suggestion comes from th majority
of this house. Mr. Kooseveit'e apeeche.
throughout this country have .-been, I
think, by the confession of everybody, the
strongest force In tha development of
public opinion In favor of . th railroad
rate bill." (Applause.)
Mr. W. I. Smith of Iowa dlaruaaed the.
legality of the measure from a censtlfu--tlonal
point of view., citing many cases te
show fhat this appropriation cotild .not be
held to be an "emolument under any een-
ntructlon of law." -. .
The bill was passed 1T te M, the ye
and nays being demanded by Mr, Under-,
The following democrats voted with the
BrmiMsrs (La ). Olau V ). . Merer (Ij l.i .
Clark (Fil l. Or.g.r (R. I.), HsnMlell (U ,
Cockran (N. T ). Hunt (Mo.). R upper (H. t ).
P.r.y (t ). Kellker tMtas.). "n (N. T..
Flti-r'l (N. T.i. Klla iPi ). . Bharley (KM.
Oouldea IN. Y.I. Llndanr (N. Y 1. ttilllvan (Mm.). ;
If you have anything to trade advertise
It In the For Exchange column, of The
Bee Want Ad page. i .
A N A tt nT
iis( s sin m imit mis
i. osnt. .son ; . so .a oaara
lusty, aiaao.v a c.
It the watchword for health aod vigor, tern,
fort and beauty. Mankind U learning pot
only ttje necessity bat tbe luxury, of clean-,
line... SAPOLIO, which ha. wrought
such change la the heme, aanouncti hail
FOR TOILET AND BATH t
a, special soap which energlje. tbe whole
body, start, the circulation and leav.i aa
exhilarating glow. A II frutri mi4l drmfgitit,
LIT HI A WATER '
NOW PUT UP IN SPLITS
Sold it AH Sodi Fountains
Pints and Quarts f or FimSly Tridt
Sold by All Druggists and Grocers
Trad Supplied ay
John G. Woodward & Co,
Counoll luff, lora ' .
Omaha vs. Sioux City
JUNE 21, 22, 23, ;i
2 Games Saturday. June 23
1ST CAME CALLED 2:30 ;
FRIIIAY. JUIVH LADIES DAY.
GAMES CALLED 8: 45 ' ;
Th largeat excursion steamer ' running oa
the Mississippi river will arrive at Omaha
about June lain and will make regular ea
rurslona every afternoon' ana evening. Th
uaaa ha. on of th largest dancing floore
ef any cicurelon steamer 'on 'the rtver'ana
will be run etrlotly first clasa.- -
' sivkly Kxcrnaioy :
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