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THE OMAHA . SUNDAY
JUNK -24, 190G.
? telephone Douglas' 6 18.
No doubt you'll remember about these fjoeial Ifeninant sales of previous pen son, and
you'll not mako a mistake to indulge in, this Monday's pale good and heavy. Values are, lost
sight of by iif. Our object in to close out the accumulation of all the wash goods remnants.
' Lengths of from 1 to 1'J yards of ginghams, lawns, dimities, mercerized fabrics, in fact some of
f almost every kind of choice wash goods, all from our own regular stock. Prices like these: .
7 yards of IV- filnghsm. remnant, for He,
' 3 xards of Zc Madras, Mumnt, for SSr.
; is yards of Mc Pllk Mouoellne, rmnanl,
h yard" nf Jfr I. awn. the remnant for 23c.
I yards of Ztr Irlrh Dimity, remnnnt for
4 yards of l.V Ratlstr. remnant for 3c.
a ards of 26o Zrpliyr Gingham, thp rem
nant for TSc.
; Note It I Impossible to make mention of
- every remnant, an there nrr hundreds of
Jthm. errr one a big bargain. , He here
sharp at 8 a. m.
Have your bed Mnnkets washed by mill
. Thr bra ut y of An" wool blnokets Is often
'spoiled l.y them not being washed prop
erly. Thry have slirnnV', turned hard, oily
tr hsve rhanKd from white to a dirty
-.'fellow. All tlii" can be avoided and you
Van have your bed hl.-inUrts like nrw If
ymi prnd .tlirni to iij. We hove thrm
ij washed, bleached.- rebound ami reflnlshed
i .by one of thr best mills In thr rountry.
' J'rlcrs fnr single blankets 7y. double
'. blankets $1. "end thrm to blanket depart
J Virnt 'n basement. -
V Have you si-en our beautiful rest room
,"n third floor, with comfortable chalrsi
'writing desks and stationery, magazines
'' and frrr ' telephone? These comforts are
' for our many customers. Meet your friends
.. -hero. ...
In Connection with Our Rest
VJVe hvc opened up a room for manicuring.
,.Thr Indies will save time by baring their
'work done here- while' waiting for-thrtr
' trlrnds - Miss l.ogan 1b hi charge. Having
' taken a special rnuw (n ninnlctirlng ahe Is
.' considered an artist In this line of work.
' tier methods are strictly sanitary. 'A mod-
.,-frate price Is t'harged. '
" ' Third floor, . , . ''
t Pretty White Lawn Dresses for
y. Slimmer Wear. .
The lady who buys one of our 'pretty
white lawn dr.essesj even when she pur
chases the 1 lowest price ' . irarment, : gets
aomcthlii'ii which Is'-made properly, .fits
f Vorrectly and. has' ample fullness; 'Our
ly regular prjees are usually less than special
. sale prices nt other stores. White I-awn
' lresses for W.oO. $7.W, J3.50 and $12 60 each.
aging, produced an alleged -year-old brand.
. which went'to the consumer .as such. He
$want.-d this Hind t. whisky. marked
Vblcnded whisky" and the substances
, Stated. I
f -'.''l hc vote was then taken on the amend
"Bient of ' Mr.', Richardson and It wss de
feated.' A n urrendpient off ered t by M r. .. ,La'ey,
(clown) 'mating that the;. Wilson act pio
.bibltlng'.lhs' transportation "of liquor. .from
"one ftate'to the other whiii prohibited", by
the stale was not repealed by the pure
H,od act, was adopted without debate
Th bill w pMMNl.hjr a.VMef of'X'i
T. the foHowlng acting in ' the minority.
Adamson, Aiken, .Brtlett,- Burleson,
Chandler. Garrett. Gillespie. Henry (Tex.),
HIH (Miss.), Humphrey cMIss), Kelliher,
Moore. Sheppard, Sherley, Smith (Tex.),
Williams (Miss ).
' ' Rate" Report Adopted.
The house today by vote of 21 to 4
adopted the conference report on the rate
' Mr. Hepburn of Iowa, chairman of the
Interstate aud foreign commerce commit
tees of the house and chairman of the con
ferees on the bill, called up the confer
ence report immediately after the passage
of ths pure food bill. Ha asked ttmt the
repurt be. ..considered at once. Instead of
going over for printing until Monday- Ex
plaining the "sleeping car" and "anti-pass"
arotndments. h.e stated that the sleeping
car provision remains In ths 'bill, while the
antl-pas. amendment, has been jnodlfled
so. as. to apply jonly P federal, state and
territorial officers, officials of the post
office .department in rertaln particulars
using exempt. , (
,.!r. Kejfer, of Ohio- wanted to know what
effect the' anti-pass law would have on a
member of congress who happened to be
an altorneji of a railroad. ...
"I Imagine he would have to leave con
Kresi1." replied, Mr. Hepburn.
Mc Henry of .Tetas axk'-d if under the
anil-pass auienilHiciil passes mlglit.be is
auad to ilrlrgiites to conventions, to Hlili
1'V. to railroad officials', families, etc.
'. "I so uuilerstaud U.". said Mr. Kephurn.
"Ttieti I think the- anti-pass amendment
, rf ported by the conferees . worse jlian
tuiiIiik at U.", said .'Mr. Henry. .. ,
Mr. Uiburn explained, that . It was the
V BOYS' SUIT SALE CONTINUES
WITH WASH SUITS ADDED
The sale of Boys' Woolen Suits on Saturday wai
- a big success., This sale continues on Monday and'
' Tucsdiay. Two big lots of wash suits have been added
. fcr quick selling.
Hoys' Woolen fiults- from this
senson's newest styles In tasty
fabrics avd colors slsrs 1 years
la .1 years, (he $j 00 and $4 04
kind. t r
i'.oya' finest stilts in hatrdsume
' fabrics and excluete llyles, such
' this store is famous for, ll.a
$; it) and $1 W kinds in Husxlana,
Bailors snd Knickerbocker Nor
' folks; t to It years
JlMf Wkivjss g'e Wednesday.
BENSON S -
IIXI HTKATKO CATALOGIK FHKK.
On Monday morning at 8 o'clock we star!
our this season's first-great special remnant sale oi
choice wash goods.
! Wash Petticoats, which are really well
; made, of fine materials. 11.50, I1.7B.
Our pretty Shirt Waists ane so stylish, so
,i dainty and ao beautifully made, it la no
wonder we aril ao many thousands. Spe.
clal reduced prices on all our finest walsta,
flA0 Waists for $13.50.
$15 10 Waists for $10.00.
$12 ft) Waists for $7.50
$inoo Waists for $.W.
r.50 Waists for $5ft0....
Second floor. .
Special Sale on Lace. Curtains
Our regular prices on Lace CtirUlns will j
always be found below the average, but
when we make reductions from these regu
lar prices, as we are doing Monday, It will
give you a c hance to buy lace' curtains at
less than manufacturers' prices.
$i 0o. Kcru Colored at $3.98 a pair.
$x.CO F.cru Colored at $5.95 a pair,
$2.50 Cream Colored at $ta0 a pain
$2.75 Cream Colored at 41.75 a pair.
$4.0Q White Lace Curtains at $3.00 a pair.
$12 . White Hrussela at $9.00 a. pair.
$'.'l00 French Battenberg at $l!5 a pair.
$2.oi) Swiss Curtains at $1.00 a pair.
8c Swiss Curtains at 4flc a pair.
Curtain Kxtenslon Hods at Sc, 1210, 15c
each.. , .
Real Hand Embroidered Linen
Fronts, $1.89 Each.
Absolutely the newest and choicest crea
tions for the summer season, genuine hand
embroldrrrd, all pure linen, made In Bel
will be your opportunity to purchase one
of the Real Hand-Embroidered Ilnn
Fronts at. a mere fraction of their regular
value; $3.00, $3.25 and $3.50 Linen. Fronti,
$1.89 each. " " .
Linen to. match at Tuc yard.
Hand Embroidered French Mull
Waist Patterns, Low Priced
The fashionable dressers of raris favor
these, embroidered waist patterns, real
hand embroidered on fine .French mull;
waint pattern is complete with collar and
cuffs to match. Monday we- shall 'close
these patterns but at:two prices. Mxke It
& point to be here early and secure one
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Howard Cornex Sixteenth Street.
purpose of the conferees to remedy 'what
has, been alleged -'to be' the ' gre'a; . evil of
the pass and .the jnfluepcf ,tt hud. .upon
those who represented the people.
Mr. Hepburn was then asked about ,'the
"pip! line provision,, '.J . and explained that
the' conferees"1 had substituted "common
carrier" for "railway." " , ' .
' Mr. .Cooper of Wlscxjnsln wanted; to. koijw
if, paiiacs 'Vut.J, jsuej until .January ,V
1!X7, . to coDsre)srne,nj. a'lijl .during 'Uje, . ap
proajjbln'ij canijialag. ...
Mr. lleplluiii admitted that that is ths
tyW - But ,U. on't foflrfijpil wlj gef tlieirt
if you auk' "for th'eln utter this "session
remarked a tm-mber:.
Mr. Hepburn then, moved the previous
iuetlti. wlilcli was adopttd," 1J1 to 97. -
The following republicans' voted with the
Allen tN.' J.I," Jlerinett CN. Y.), Bonynge ;
fColo.), Burton (Dor., Burton (if ), C'alder-
npau iian.j( cooper tis.i, l'i-ihcuh
Y.).. Gruene .lldww, '. UnntllUin . tMloli.i,
Hlnshaw (Xeb.j, lloar (MCixk.), Lawrence
I Milks. I. McCull (Mass.), MHrsball (N. U ),
M unlock (Kan ), Murphy (Mo., CH-ott (N
V.i, OeljMi (Wis. I, Pursuits IN. S. W.
Smith (Mich.), Stafford (Wis I, Tyndall
(Mo.t. Webber (().!. Weed (Mich.)'.
Having placed themselves on record In
protest of the Hiitl-pass . amendment . th
democrats and their allies -voted for the
conference report which Was adopted, 21U
to 4.. Those .voting; In the negative", were:
Driscol) (N. Y.h McCall (Mass.), Gillespie
(Texas), Sibley (Penn:).' ' '
Aatl-rasa Amtadmeit. .
The anti-pass amendment which caused
the most of the discussion is ua follows:
On and after1 January 1. 1W7, common
carriers subject to the provisions of tliis r
a t, sha'll not directly or Indirectly issue
any free ticket or pass for' carnage to any :
officer or person in the service of the Cnltfd
Htutes other than those in th service of
the postal service, to any officer or prmn
in the service of any state, territory of
the lilstriet of Columbia, or to any officer
or pernon In the service of any county,
townnliip or municipality: and except as
herein provided, no- common carrier shall
be' prohibited from granting any free ticket
or pass for carriage
Any common carrier violating this pro
Vision' shall be. deemed guilty of a misde
meanor and shall for racli offense, pay in
the I'nlted 8'afes a penaltv of not less
than $1 nor more than $i.00O. and any
officer or person In-tho service' nt the
United States or of any state, .territory-of
the IMstrtct of Colunihln. or of any county,
township or municipality, who uses or who
WASH SUIT SALE
A big purchase of nobby autts in '
Cossack and Sailor CoTlar Russians
sties ' tt to years, " in " pretty
shades of blue and tan washable
fabrics. These- have been divided
up Into two . is to sell (uic,kly, at--
$1.25 and S1.65
With these are Included a great,
many of our own flae wash, suits
that have been soiled or mussed, l
suet) mm sold up to $H.7&.
Bee Tuesday Kvenljig Papers.. 4,
WR1TK -KOH IT,
iof thee beautiful waist patterns.
j lot 1 All . K.T5. $710, 17.75, $R.ftO hand
embroidered' French mull waist .patterns,
j Monday U.! each. '
Lot 2 AH $10.no. $12 0T) and $15.00 hand em
broidered French mull waist paterns, Mon
day $7.50 each.
Just Say, Charge. It
l to my deposit account. That la all you
1 need to say when you purchase goods
here, and have an account in our Cus
tomers' Ieposit Account Department. All
the advantages of a credit store on a caah
hnt ' unit then the nnsmnt nortion of
Brcount , earning 4 per cent Inter, st.
compounded four times a year. Worih
trying. Isn't It? This Is not a Jjank.
Uustomfirs' Deposit Account Department,
Children's Summer Dresses
are usually made with -less care- than is
bestowed upon the clothes of older folks,
but not with us. Mothers will be glad to
ee that all our garments for little ones
are as carefully made as If they made the
things themselves. And they cost no more
than the slipshod affairs that are told
Children's gingham dresses, in pink, blue
and oxblood, made In bishop style, slxos 1
and 2 years, 60c each.
Children's gingham dresses, in pink and
blue', with embroidery Insertion and pin
tucked yokes, good, fast colors, sizes 1
and 2 years. 76c each. .
"Duster Brown" dresses for children,
made of gingham, madras cloth, percale
and linen, in all the light shades, sites from
I to 8 years. $1.00- up.
A beautiful showing of "Buster Brown"
dresses In white, some of linen, sites 1 to
6 years, $3.00 and $3.60, according to sizes.
Pretty wash bat to match the white
suits,' from eoo up.
The Selection of a Parasol
means something more than the selection
of an umbrella. Tou can satisfy your own
ldcai of style and cost If you buy your
Ouri are surely pretty; only the choicest
novelties of the parasol makers' art are
shown here. Come and be convinced. We
will be pleased to show you the line. Price
range on parasols, $1.50 to $15.00 each.
solicits or accepts for himself any such
free transportatiqn, shall be subject to a
like penalty. Jurisdiction of oflienses under
tills provision shall be. the same as thai
provided for offenses in an act entitled "an
Act to Further Hegulato Commerce with
Foreign Nations and' Among the-' States,
Approved February 19, 1903."
The house navlntf beted On the report It
Is ready to be considered Monday in the
senate. .. ' ' 'i.. ' T ' ' - f.
8TAN'rON N"eb., June 23.-(Speclal.)-Ollver
Peters, one of the early, and most,
prominent settlers in this part of the state,
was burled here yesterday. He was born In
Peterborough. Ontario, and, with his
parents, brothers and sisters, moved to
Stanton' county In 1S&), where he resided
until 18. when he went to the Black Hills
account of his health. Three brothers
and one sister survive himAlex Peters,
now steward at the Norfolk asylum" John
and Charles Peters of this county and Mrs.
Andrew Spence of Madison, this state.
Dr. C. V. Starke.
After a week's sickness Or. C. V. Starke
died at his home In Rockford, III., June 10.
He was married aeven years ago to Miss
Anna Xordwall; daughter of Mr. John
Nordwalt ot Omaha. Dr. Starke practiced
his profession In Omaha In 1S4 and 1S6
and made many friends while here. A grad
uate of the I'nlverslty of I'psala. Sweden,
and having studied at Perltn and Paris, the
deceased was a widely known physician
KANSAS CITY. June 3.-A!bertto Rosltl,
a composer and bandmaster well known In
this country, died at I'nlverslty hospital
here today following an operation for ap
pendicitis. Rosltl was born at Venice and
was 3G years old. The body will be sent to
Newr York, where he made his home while
In this country.
Dubs of Almotlovar.
MADRID, June 23. The duke of Almo
dovar, minister of foreign affairs, who
acted as pr'.-sident of Jhe conference on
Moroccan reforms, held at.AIgeciras early
In the present year, died at 2;U this morn
ing. He was horn in 18M.
Sura c irrus for' Injuries.
SIDNEY, ' fa., June 33.-(Speclal. Miss
Francis Thornton of this city, has brought
suit against the Yankee Robinson cirrus
for H.OUO damsges for injuries sus'slned
June 1, when the circus' appeared try this
city. Miss Thornton, while In attendance
at ths circus, at the close of the performance
was thrown to the ground by the falling
of a section of the reserved seats and her
spine .was injured.. A number of others
were more 'or less injured end the circus
management made a settlement with some
of them. Mrs. Thornton claims they failed
to keep their agreement with her regarding
settlement and brings action as above
stated. The papers were sent to Dcs
i Moines for service.
Mayor MeClellnn Goes to Karope.
'NF.W YORK. June 23 Mayor McClellan
sailed today for a ten weeks' vacation in
I Kurupe. "I expect on my return from Ku.
rope, ' said Mr. McClellan just before the
I Meamer aalled, "to see the democrocj- of
t ma siaie nominate a timet and proclaim
a platform worthy of the best traditions
of tbe party. It Is already certain that tbe
city of New York will send to the stats
convention a delegation which will support
an honest man for governor and give him
honest Issues to fight for."
. Horse Bale la How York.
8 H EKP8HEAD BAY. June -At the
third day's sale at the Rancho Dlpaao sale
of yearlings held at Shrepshead Bey today
a half brother to Wster pearl was sold to
A. J. Joiner for 14.0ii0. Tha biddina nn
him began st $6.0)0 and In bids of $l.Ct0 his
rlce roan to $14,000. He is by Imp Golden
arter-Pearl V.- Frank Parrel paJd $st4
for a colt by S'ar Ruby-Navsda and $l.biM
for a Golden Garter-M Its afaxim colt.
' Kaaaaa falls far Harvesters.
TOPEKA, Kan., June M Governor E. W.
Horh today seat the followtng dispatch to
W. J. Black, traffic manager of the Atchi
son. Toprka a Bants Fa railroad at Chi
cago, and to K. S. McLoud. chairman of
tbe Western Paasenger association of Chl-t-M(o:
"Kansas mual- have I0i harvest
httnda within a week or much grain will
be lost. Help McCloud to get cheap istes.
1 sj'peaj for help."
BICNELL no hope of place
Wu. Candidate for Position on ths later
ttttt Commerce Commission.
IOWA MAN IS SLATED FOR THE BERTH
Nebraska n eased with Rla Reeep
tlen. kat Is of Opinion lie started
Osit Too I .ate to epsir
- the Ponltton.
(From a Ptsff Correspondent.)
Lincoln.. Juh a. (pprcui Telegram.
rtiperintendeat Ed. Blgnell of the Bur
llrigton. who" has been In Washington for
severs) days Iri the Interest of his rsndl
ds,cy for it prnee cm the railroad commls
slotv. ret urned to" Lincoln tonight. It . Is
uscleMtond an Iowa man hss been promised
a place, and . Mr. Blgnell Is of the opln'on
his will preyent . blip or any other Ne
braska from getting on, the commission.
VJ appreciate what Senator Burkett and
the rnf.mber of tie Nebraska delegation
did or rn ft," said fr. pignejl, "but I think
I was tp, late In .going after the position.
PreSlderA Roosevelt treated me most
courlKiusly and g4e my case every con
slderatlvn, tiut.it 'In likely., an Iowa man
will get-on the commission. .. Of course, my
geographcy Is wronig. as two. men could not
eotuei fruin the- ame part of the country.
I enjoyed my trip thoroughly and the
courteous treatment accorded me by' the
president, and by the Nebraska delegation
maksa up for any disappointment I might
have at not getting the position."
' Hlnshatr on, Pare Fond Bill.
(From Stsff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, June 23.-(Speclal Tele
gram.") Congressman Hlnshaw today, while
the pure food bnT was under discussion,
read a . bulletin, from Mr. Rfdfern, food
commissioner of Nebraska, which em
phasized the necessity for some such pure
ftiod 'bill' as passed the house today. Mr.
Hlnshaw stated Nebraska had a law on the
subject of food, .but It was not a perfect
statute. ."The history of our country and
all Our experience today." said Mr. Hln
shaw, "allows, that federal supervision of
All, matters tliat pertain to. the entire peo
ple 'of the country and to nil states Is far
Mipe'flbr In its efficiency to any single state
supervisions It Is the experience In our
tate.' ;'here ;we have a good commission
WhOe duties arelargely to attend to the
sanitary conditions of butter and cheese.
Cider and a few other products. Our food
commissioner recently Issued a bulletin,
after an examination of forty-five different
products, and found that only twenty of
the products which he examined were pure,
the other twenty-five being adulterated.
"The history of all these matters show
that the state Is .never able to control the
adulteration of food products, and that
the great arm of the federal government
alone will be able to supervise the manu
facture and sale-of these products. In all
of which we are so vitally interested." .
Blgnell for Plaee on Commission.
.A story cornea from Nebraska that Ed
Ward Blgnell Is looking with anxious eyes
toward a seat on the Interstate Commerce
commission ' when ' the railroad rate bill
becomes': law. If Mr. Blgnell Is a candi
date he has personally kept the matter ex
tremely close, for when he was In Wash
ington ' the otheii day no reference was
made whatsoever to his candidacy. When
Senator- Burkett Introduced him to the
president be. .was. Introduced ' as Kdward
Blgnell of Lincoln without any reference
a ' prospective candidate for' a place on
the Interstate Commerce commission. tt
Is true that letters have been received In
Washington ,by friends .of Mr. Blgnell, sug
gesting his name In the event that a rafl
road rsan-should. b considered for a place
on the commission, which, under the new
bill, is. increased' from five to seven mem
bers, .-hut- this is hi far as the suggestion
has gone; and If Mr. Blgnell has serious
thoughts about such a place It Is not known
to members fit the Nebraska .delegation.
Tr of Trlamph for Ilepliarn.
In the history of national legislation there
ts. no parallel to the achievement which
Colonel Hepburn 'of IOwa. accomplished
today In having Introduced a pure food and
a rate bill, bore the brunt of both and I
carried them through on one day a a sue
Railway postal clerks running between
Scrlbner and Oakdale, Neb., will hereafter
extend their runs Into Omaha to meet the
demands of the service. The rhange was
effected by Senator Millard, who was ad
vised today hy the Postofflce department
of the making of the new order.
Congressman Kennedy has secured the
following pensions:. Jesse B. Patterson.
Omaha. Increased to $X from May a, 190;
John B. Dooley, Omaha, increased to $12
from May 33. 190.
Congressman Klnkaid haa secured the
following pensions: Vsher A. Day. Keur- I
ney. Increased to $10 from August I, l;
Colonel Killgore. Kearney, increased to $12 j
from May 3. 19u. i
HIGH OFFICIALS MAY ESCAPE
Uoverament Ofllper Bays I.lttle Likeli
hood of Involving; Standard .
OH Leaders la Case.
"WASHINGTON, June 2S.-Although the
Department of Justice run announced that
It proposed to begin proceedings against
officials of the Standard Oil, the Intimation
Is given that it is doubtful If Indictments
may be found against such men In the
Standard Oil company as John D. Rocke
feller. II. H. Rogers and John D. Archbold.
An official of the Department of Justice
indicated today that while the government
would press the prosecutions vigorously, he
did not have an idea that the officials of
the Standard Oil company would be reached
In criminal proceedings any more than the
presidents of railrovls. personslly, are re
ported through simitar proceedings.
"It may be." he said, "that we may get
some' of the officials hslf way up. We are
not after mere cleiks,. hut if , responsible
have been violating the. law we desire to
bring thein to book."
Attorney General Mocdy had a confer
ence with the president today regarding the
proposed prosecutions, but at the conclu
sion of the Interview he decllted to indi
cate when or where the proceedings 0f the
government against the" Standard Oil com
pany would be Instituted. .
TILLMAN NOT TO SIGN REPORT
Rat BUI Mill B era me
Wltaoat Approval of
WASHINGTON, June 2$ 8hortly afir
noon today Senator Culloru signed ths con
ference report on the railroad rats bill,
adding his name to that of Senator Elkins
and Representatives Hepburn. 8herman and
Kicnarason. Senator Tillman did not sign I
inn repon ana it was turned over to Rep
resentative Hepburn to present to ths
house. . It Is expemed that the refusal of
Senator Tillman to subscribe to ths agree
ment In regard to the McLaurln commod
ity amendment, which would permit pipe
lines to carry commodities they produce,
wfll result In debate when ths report Is
presented there for adoption.
Senator Tillman In refusing to sign the
osnfereucs report says that he willl give
his reasons In the aenste and vil m.k
the scuale lo vote wuslhsr ut uol It alii
)tld to th house conferees. ts ex
pected that the report will not come up
in the senate until Wednesday.
President Mill Make a Trip Throagsj
the Canal F.one In
WASHINGTON. June 3-lt wss
nounced at the White House today
President Roosevelt wtild make a
to the Isthmus of Panama next Jsll,
will leave Washington some time In Octo
ber and will be absent about three weeks.
On account of this trip 1h president has
been obliged to decline to vWt San Fran
cisco to lie present at the laying of the
cornerstone of the new federal building'
in that city.
In connection with this announcement
the president said he would be unable to
make his contemplated trip lo the middle
west next spring.
NEBRASKA'S TRIAL IN JULY
Board of Inspection Will fin to
' Seattle to Teat the
WASHINGTON, June B.The naval
board of Inspection and survey will leave
Washington July 1C for Seattle, where It
WH1 conduct the trial trip of the Xe.
braska. The board will later go to 8an
Francisco and try the Milwaukee, whose
runs will be made off Santa Bttrhara.
Before leaving the Pacific coast tiie
board will frame Instructions - which -will
enable a Pacific coast board to conduct
future trial trips.
MEAT BILL IN SENATE
(Continued from First Page.)
tended that the government should pay the
cost of Inspection, and said that If 'the
cost should be assessed against the pack
ing houses they would simply transfer It
to the producers. He said It was "an
Imputation upon the legislators to come
after us" to suggest that future con
gresses will not Increase the $1,000,000 ap
propriation If It Is found necessary. He
called attention to the fact that the gov
ernment had appropriated for the Gypsy
moth extermination and other, plagues.
. Chairman Proctor of the agricultural
commission said the comparison was not. a
happy one, as one of . the. evils he men
tioned came from Providence and the other
from packing houses.,
Mr. Beverldge said that If appropriations
for government Inspection continued they
would soon make a drain upon the treas
ury. He expressed the opinion that every
Industry that needs inspection should pay
' It- .
Continuing . his. speech , favoring action
by congress to take care of ;he. expense
of the cost of Inspection, Mr. Warren,. In
reply to numerous Interruptions, . said . it
was arrant nonsense to say that , future
congresses will not be wise enpugh. to deal
with. Increased expenses out. of Increased
revenues. , Hf said he . expected . future
members of the senate to be as wise as
himself and almost as wise as the senator
from Indiana. ' 1 ,
The suggestion was made by Mr. Carter
that It is economy for the government to
ray for the Inspection, for if It. were put
on .the packers they, would put It on. .the
stork raisers and farmers' and In , the end
It would be put on the consumers.. .
. Mr., Warren, said that, packers would, re-'
coyer' anything charged, against them.. tor
Inspection from "the stock raiser's or .con
After he had spoken some time Mr. Bev
erldge said he would not a'sfc Mr. Warif n
to "answer any more questions,' as he was
In'a liiirry' to send the bill' to conference.
'Mr.' Warren said Mr. Beverldge had done
a great work '1ft getting the inspection act
placed In the agricultural bill and added:
"But that was ah escapade, an' elopement
In the night, If I may say it. without any
clothes, and he ought not to object to hav-
1 ing his measure r'lnd In the way that was
done by the house and approved by the
Answer to Mr. elson.
In reply to a remark by .Mr .Nelson Ut
It is only the range rattle men that objret
to paying, the cost of Inspection, M.r. War-
j reu placed In the .record a l.arge. number
of telegrams disputing this point. He said
that the bill under discussion appropriates
for the birds of the air., protection of fruits,
experimenting . in fowl raising and "every:
thing except cattle. '
"The, poor old row js legislated against,"
said Mr. Warren, "The birds,, the gec.e,
the turkey, the birds of the air, do hot have
to pay for Inspection because they are not
a cow. The Inspection of tplscellaneous In
sects Is provided for. and the. govr rnm,em
pays for It."
"Would you call the packing house men
miscellaneous Insects." asked Mr,; Nelson.
"I will leave that to the senator." said
Mr. Warren. "He cannot provoke me Into
defending the packers."
Senator Galllnger followed Mr. Warren In
the Interest of a thorough Inrpectlon of
meat products at the expense of the puck
ers. C;reeae and Doremns Acquitted.
WASHINGTON, June a. The Jury In t he
Greene arfd Dorentus Postofflce department
conspiracy and bribery cases retired at 11:30
o'clock a. m. today and later returned a
verdict of not guilty.
Panama Directors to Meet.
WASHINGTON. June 23 A meeting, of
the directors of the Panama railway wUl
bs held In New Yotk on June 28, prepara-
SW: Ml Kr,T
I PS : fraeks. AN
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j y-i A-1 - -Hi -i 1
tory ttf the departure of the Iethtntsn Canal
commission for the ransl 'lone on the fal
lowing day. The commission will remain
In th csnsl sone until they hsve warked
out complete plsns for the construction of
the lock canal. '
MRS. KAUFMANN COLLAPSES
tnsth Dakota. Woman rnaraed with
Mnrder la In Hands of
J'hlctaa, . .
PIF.RRK, S. !., June . The supreme
court -th's afternoon hsnded down-a- de.
clslon sdmittlng to bsll Mrs. Moses Kauf
man of Sioux Falls, who Is scrused of
hsvlng beaten Miss Agnes Polrels. to
death while the Latter was In her employ
as a domestic. Bonds-were fixed at 42f.orm,
PIOL'X FAIJ.S, S. D.. June 2S.-(Special
Telegram) Mrs. F.mma Kaufmsnn- has
sufTrrrd another collapse and la now con
stantly under the care of a, physician and
nurse. -The troubles of herself- and hus
band have been added to by delay of the
state supreme court In rendering a decision
upon the application for her release- on
Mr. Kaufmann is also threatened with a
complete breakdown, and old-time friends
who called upon him today at the county
Jail, where he remains at the bedside of his
Wife, say they never saw such a change In
a person, and that if himself and wife
cannot soon be permitted ' to depart for
other scenes he will lose his mind.
New Hotel for Huron.
HURON',. B.. ., June 23 (Special. )-0n
of the largest hotels In the state, will be
erected In thin city, at once. Articles of Incorporation-have
been, filed, with the secre
tary of state vand. plans , for what Is, te -be
known as the, Kent Hotel company's build
ing are .being, perfected and as soon-as
completed, cent rrts for the building will
be let. The capital of the company Is $1(K,
om. The building will occupy a.. quarter
block on the corner of Fourth street and
Dakota avenue. . The Incorporators are: F.
ti. Kent, proprietor Of the Depot ' hotel and
one of the most favorably known men In
the northwest; D, PJeffrles, a retired mer
chant, and J-. -MvD. Campbell of the-. First
National bi nk. The building will .-be-of
brk-k, three stories high 'and 'contain rot
lees -.than .inu rooms. It will have modern
equipments and when completed at'lll be -one
o( the finest and most convenient-hotels In
- : . fc- !s ... -r
Brown Kagl O'nntnred.
WKSTOVER. 8. D., June Zl.-i-CSpeclal..)
Charles .Brow-n ,of thla place . captured,. a
large brown eagle n a trap on White river,
In Lyman country. He would dispose of .it
to some park or aviary...,
GERMAN. OF PEORIA QUITS
Cisco roliey Holders ' It
Lea ves' Coast.
' SAN FRANCisVp.. June 2$ The Exam
iner today" says that , the German Insurance
company, after sounding .a . number, . of
creditors on the subject of a 50 per cent
compromise., has closed ,lts Pae.lflc cosst
agepcy, .resigned from the ,1'ndorwrlters'
Adjusting bureau . and .retired. . to, Peoria,
(The German , of. Peoria, waa... organised
Under the laws ,oT. .lljtnoif. lu 176 with a
capital of $afK.ono.. Now that the, Ban Fran
cisco conflagration Jiagcpuje, and gun the
company has a loss , of ' over . .$1,000,000. to
face, with a capital ami .surplus aggrega
ting only $3tX,0;). .Charles Crenier, the sec
retary," c.aine .here,. and,,apnQunc9d..thatv he
ana his brother, H..Cvr.emefIVltbe,xojnpiny:.s
president, tuvl ar.r0,ugpd.-t,o puj.. up..juflVi'entl
.mpney,..tp. make , settlement xm .a ,basuf'
So cents on the dollar. ... "'.' ,. ,
The conyirpmls.e. iv'inRqsltlop was pot,,,
VtiecessV so "Secretary, (jremer 'Jeff for.the'
east anil announced. the withd.r's.ws.l'ot . lJs'
company from tne coast. ' paclfij,. Coast
Agent Duncan . said t yesterday :',,. . , .''"'.
"I am no. longer. Pacific cost, manager of
the German of Peor'ra,. I srp InAtrucJed .to
close tip and1 wltjidr'aw from , tt I'per
wrltcrs' Adjusting bureau,", .
PEORIA. III.. June .-President B.
(.repier or tne German Insurance com
pany of this city says., that--Charles
Cremer Is on his, way liome.. but the .ad
justers are to remain . In San Ftamcisco to
adjust. every loss and. pay for .It In., cash.
They are settling every claim in full -for
the fire loss. bu,t not the earthquake-damage,
for whlc-h "we cannot recover fromNthe
reinsurance companies. .The German has
unlimited means to pay. all its .obligations
and carry pn .Jts business s heretofore,
whether we. continue . to do, business in
California or nut,." .
BERLIN. June .23. A; special dispatch ,to
the I.xkal Anzelger from Cologne says that
the Imperial goverjyne.n.t Intends- to,, exer
cise . influence with the. German, flee In
surance romtsnles .to. seepre the legal ful- j
flllment of tl)eir uhllgations as set forth In I
their San Francisc.o flrs - pqllcles-. j
Ran namnae potatoes.
WEBSTER 'CITY,' Is. 'June M.(Speclal.)
The truck gardeners of . Webster City snd
vicinity are In a panic. The potato hugs
are. ravaging .the patolies-of this popular,
tuber, their depredations having reached a
serious stage. And to make the situation
worse the merchants have not a pound of
either Paris green or l-ondon purple on
hand. Within t lie past ten days the bugs
have been showing up in different locally
ties anil on account of the rapidity with
which the Insects increase their number
has tMK'onia legion.
Xf w York Man far Iowa Normal.
C'KDAR FALLS, la., June iS.tSneclsl.l
Psof.' R. 1. Cyinour" of Ithaca. N. Y.. a
graduate of the physical training school st
Springfield, Mass., pas bee.n elected to the
tok Bifocals are" the
etant and jiear objects without, dividing lines or
e take pleasure in
are now sold only by
Columbian Optical Cd.
2J I South
llanrar. iMaka Kansas
v.i tu'. J.-4 .t-" ,-itii4i
position of physlf si .director of -the low
State Normal school to fill the vacancy
csused by the resignation of Prof. G. B.
Ame. lt. Theiatter Will seeef his Wdnef1on
with the Institution t the .close of th
summer term, and Prof. Cymnur will bs
here to enter upon his new duties at the
opening of the fall tetm, S pMnber-4th.
This has been a difficult position to fill
although there hsve been msny sppllrants
and from-'the large number of recom
mendations received Hi trustees are as
sured they hsve made wise ohntee-.
OI,n KOI.niF.R CilVKl ,THF.
loaa ( Itr nanrll andnmneed
' ' Dr. Rons. . .
SlOfX CITY. la.. June 2S.-Tr. Grsnt J.
Ross won a clean victory over the cl'V
council In the dlsttici court when (Judge
F. R. Gay nor. by a writ of mandamus.' or
dered the council to name lr. Roes city
health offlrer In place of Dr. 8. tl. HosKins.
whom the rnunrll bad chosen to succeeo
him. The suit against the city was brought
under the Iowa old. soldiers' preference
law, which provides that when the n.uall
flcstlons of applicants are equal, the choice
shall be given to the old soldier applicant.
Dr. Ross had been city liraljh offlcef two
years. The council will take the case to
the Iowa supreme court. . ,
Saddle Tarns and Boy Fall's tn Death.
ATLANTIC. ..1a.. June IS -SperJ.)
Karnest Blake, the. R,-year-old son of Simon
P.lake, night watchman of the town .of
Mama, Just west of here, was alrrfoet' tn
stantVy' killed -by 1Ib horse while' rlrirhg
E after the cows. '. He and another bone, ware
onj tHe' horse whfn the saddle ttrV'neif 'fOid
let-inem rai i ne otner ooy was. sjigniy
lhturr'd, but Ernesf-got caught In the. saddle
and was .dragged seversl. sods... -When as
sistance, came, tn hlm: he gasped twice and
wss -dead, . from i the. ececls -of a terriW
won ltd tn-' the head, sustained by ramtrjg
Ih corrtact :wlth sr hoard. while the iiorse
wss running between; two buildings:,.-His
rHrter brother'-Ws killed by .train a-fw
years ago and his mother!!- dead.-. r
. ,Oiatr(. len's G004 Mbnwlna-
ONAWA. "la .Jyne Tele
gram.) The Qnawy.nre. .jlepartnient . Jur-
'"'" ,-hrte members. .forlM, yMor.Wu
Neola-hose .team,, (hat. wpn S.1I the leading
prises At,. the. state tournajnen .and .. who
won the .championship belt Tot; three.. con
secutive years. .Onawa Jias had from three
lo five men In contest at Slate, tpurna
menta with Neola fpr the past three . .yeas.
Of, course they, .are all "amateurs.". , Pltie
Land, Rskes.. w-Ijq won the. second money
in coupllngrf'onteats. ara .the regula Onawa
couplers. ...... ... . . . .
Marhtnlaa; strikes Charrh Canola..
ATINTIC. la.. June W (Speclal.l-fDur-Ing
the progress of severe thunderstorm
here the ..cupola of the Chutrh, o.Cbrlst
was struck by ugntning ana almost tptaiiy
destroyed.. Ope hay shed near town, and a
windmill were aleq struck. The lightning
wss the fiercest seen here this year.
1 . No Gharicc
'! : . r V '
"' ' '"But ybuniaki A jfood '
investment when you .
.-'-buy nrv ;j -.. '.
I'iV ,-i" itt .'r, f
" wfth' the ertiiftt"f ' ,l
.--r tilling the full
amount invested, and
a: good-ly proportion '
. . o, profit in pleasure , ...
and satif action, .v
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A.8ANTAELLA V OO., Mkr,
rrregrtf st Moor'
' Omaha and
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Hv' ronr'.' OVERCpAT cloaord
and prrssed for (smrJ (f 'AA'
- thia ticket). .'...' . ;)lsUU
Oh Monday' and Tuesday Only.
16th St. Dye: Works,
4M Norta 16la Street ,v v
TtL Deuglas-ltVa. jt -
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Nobody 6aW but" teacher, m
. When Tommy tried to.cheati
Nobo dy saw but .teacher, ,
And teacher meant defeat
Nobody saw but teacher,
And this is the reason why,
Teacher wears "Kryptck" lenses'
The lense with the "hidden
only two-focus lenses, made for
t-howing these lenses to anyone
f 6th Street. OmaKu.
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