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THK OMAHA DAILY HKK: SATUMUV. (KJTUfiKK L7. 1!M.
from our regu
lar low prices
SOLD ON SATURDAY.
This is a rare chance lo get a highest quality, absolutely guaranteed
Range In every particular. Ttadlotit Home quality means tho best.
Don't miss thU,. Saturday only.
Stoves and Ranges Sold on Payments
Cliifon Rogers CkSonoCo.
OPKN SATURDAY EVENING
14th and Farnam St.
SPORTS OF A DAY.
W Inlrr Varna of limrnrr Doing.
,'o far be bail reoords go the mo?i
expensive drive ever made on a ball ground
occurred In Cincinnati sofne. year ag ,
mien Sam Merles, who was then playing
V. II h Chicago, n.amiued home run over
Uio t"n,'j. x
Just back oT tne park In a saloon, the
nc. upant nf which always thought them
selves protected, but the awakening wan
dear. Cm the (Saturday afternoon In que
Mon. Chicago nced d a coi(ile o runs, and
there was a' runner on first.
Mertcs cams up, and as the bat met lha
ball it cracked like a pistol shot, and away
soared the sphere at an angle of 30 de
trees. Falsing over the fence It tore up a me
chanical advertising upparatus costing over
iK and still unimpeded, smashed through
a piste glass window, struck the center of
a table, breaking- up a plnochole game, and
then bounded over the bar Into the cut
glass were on the shelves.
When the wreckage had been cleared up
a bill was presented to the bane ball man
agement for t4 dumuge. The ball now
hangs in that saloon as a trophy.
President Charles W. Murphy of tho
Cubs is in favor of a longei series of
games for the world's championship than
that now In vogue. Instead of the four
out of seven games, as In the recent con
lost between the Sox and Cubs, Mr. Mur
phy sugggrsts a series of seven out of
thirteen, or at least tiva out of nine. Tho
Cubs' president has communicated his de
lr to the national commission.
Mr. Murphy declares that In making tho
suggestion he was titt actuated by tho
spirit of disappointment over his team's
defeat by the White Sox, but that clone
study of base ball has shown him .hat in
a short series luck plays too Important a
part In tha result. As examples Mr. Mur
phy points to the last New York-Detroit
series, when the Highlanders were beaten
three straight by the 'tigers, and to the
series here between the Cubs and Brook
bn. when the visitors cleaned up three
sonrl team. Tha lineup will not be an
nounced until tomorrow, but It Is believed
. mi,, Iinnm Ul J ll'MI,BUII will II1U.V l nil) B
J end. Practice tonight consisted of running
nisn.ura, men veiiig uu UIO KlUUnUS OUiy
a short time.
WITH THE BOWLER 9. '
The O. IX K. won two games from the
Piels Athletics Inst night at the association
alleys. The IMett boys were without their
captain, but put up a a-ood game, and are
showing- steady Improvement . for a new
team. Norene had both high total and
single game, with 668 and 233. Tha score:
O, D. Ks.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Neale J lti? isi Ml
Jones 179 1S2 157 518
Molyneaux 189 10 1!: ' .VS
GJerde 199 ITS IS ,"tio
Bprague 189 183 213 563
Totals 968 Jtt 93 2,751
1st. Jd. 3.1. Total.
Chatelain 11 1S4 182 WO
Uordy I'M 184 18 ,V6
Catherwood 18 149 167 4VI
Kidson 161 m 137 488
Norene 141 245 1K NM
Totals StiS 9J2 6 2.816
j On the Metropolitan alleys last night tho
Omaha Bicycle company took three games
from the Armours. Moore of the Bicycles
howled a pretty game, being high on totals
wiyh 588. Kngler of the Armours had high
single game with 305. Score:
j OMAHA BICYCLU CO.
1 1. 3. , 3. Total.
Judy !) 17fi 1W 4!
Moore 1! 1!3 102 TSt
Mct'Jefl 12s v H" 1M -"
Hoord 141 15.1 14ri 440
Keyt .. 10) 15. iwl 522
Totals 7S8 817 86') 2,4
DUX'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Advent Fftri Hata Littla Effttt
Frxrrn af Btiiio.
PIG IRON ADVANCES FIFTY CENTS A TON j
Trtlsc Delays, Hlah Money Bates mm4
f airest lit Hanks of 'l, a tier Affect
Itnatton at Mma
MOW YORK, Oct. 24.-R. G. Dun A Co. a
Weekly Review of Trade' tomorrow will
Traffic delays, hlh money rates and some
unrest in the ranks of labor have not
checked progress on the whole, although
In special Industries or localities t!e rc
slrajnlng Influence of these adverse factor
are felt. Some Irregularities of temper,
tine also provides the week's trade r.-porls
with less uniformly glowing descriptions of
retail distribution. Wage earners are agi
tating for more pay or shorter hours in
several Industries, especially In the railway
service. Already manufac turers and dealers
arc making plans for the greatest business
on record In jewelry and other holiday lines.
A further advance of about 50 cents cr
ton In tha price of pig- Iron rs the best evi
dence of continued prosperlly In that in
dustry. There is little speculation beyond
what might be called legitimate provision
for future needs. This demand runs fur
Into next year, it Is true, but there Is tin
reason to believe any forward order Is being
placed with the expectation of cancellation.
Extension of facilities continue In every
department, one plant for the manufacture
of steel cars alone being projected that
wlH rover 320 acres. Orders for thousands
of tons of structural steel for this no
undertaking have been placed. In a few
cases It Is still possible to get deliveries
within a month, but as a rule large pre
miums ara offered for quick shipment with
out avail. Spot quotations are becoming
so rsre that the market Is mora fatrly
representee! by prices on orders for future
delivery, which ara more regular at all
Improvement in the primary markets for
cotton goods has gone so far that conserva
tive operators legln to express a fear that
a setback will b encountered through the
curtailment of consumption. Yet anxiety
on this, point seems premature In view of
the statistical position. Prices nre now at
about the level of the Sully boom, but de
mand ts much better. There Is little com
plaint regarding worsted for spring de
livery, but otherwise the woolen Industry
Is unsettled, awaiting a general movement
by clothiers. Manufacturers of footwear
receive liberal orders from Jobbers In all
sections for winter and early spring de
livery, while salesmen are starting for the
west for spring contracts and carry samples
for next fall. Prices are fully maintained
and conditions are considered most satls-i
factory. Isemond for leather is limited to
early needs, but prices do not weaken.
Kxtremely narrow variations occurred in
prices of leading cereals, movement belngr
restricted by Inadequate transportation fa
cilities. Market conditions have nt
cltanged, but shipments abroad would have
been larger If the- seaboard deliveries had
not been curtailed. A little more activity
at northwestern nour mills is encouraging,
although there Is a heavy deoreawe com
pared with the output a year ago, when all
records were being eclipsed.
Liabilities of commercial failures thus far
reported for October amounted to $7.1,1.14,
of which I3.W2.2S"7 were In manufacturing.
I2.27S.715 In trading and $, 363,43 In other
Jim Jeffries, retired champion heavy
weight of tha world, and Philadelphia Jack;
O'Hrlen, who defeated Jim Trimble and
Fred Cooley at the Pacific Athletic clu'.
pavilion last Tuesday night, have agreed
lo give an exhibition boxing content nt
the benefit for the police relief fund,
which will be held In Simpson auditorium
November 2fi and 27. Abe Attell. champion
featherweight; will referee the contest.
Crelghton has a hard game for Saturday,
when the State Normal school team will
'ome from Peru to meet the blue and white
boys of Omaha. The campus has been In
had shape all week, but thia bus not
stopped the men from practicing, and they
have got In some good work. The hos
pital. list Is being rapidly reduced nnd most
of the men who have been laid up for re
pairs are again in the lineup. Captain
l.amphier Is again back in the game and
lilek Coad haa altso reported for work.
Peru made a good showing against the
strong Dcane team last Saturday, holding
i he score to 11 to 5. Saturday's game will
lit called at 8 o'clock.
AS Al IIKRM 4v M VIX
730 . 2,242
Cap Rave in 1 !.
NEW YORK. Oct. 29. The Evening Pout
today says: There will be no race for the
America's cup next year. There will, how
ever, be a race for that historic cup In the
summer or early fall of 19oS, unless the New
York Yacht club refuses to meet the chal
lenger a fraction of half way, which is
unlikely. Both the foregoing statements
may be accepted as coming from the best
sort of authority.
Philadelphia, Ciolf Champion.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 26-Mrs. Ronald
, H. Bartow today won the gulf champion
ship of Philadelphia. defeating Miss
Frances Griscom of the Marion Cricket
club by one up.
STORM BLOCKS THE CAMPAIGN
P peak era Snowbound In Wyoming
and Most nf Meetings
Articles Call for finish Kiakt Before
Club Offrrlua Lamest Parse,
CHICAGO, Oct. ?. Articles of agreement
for a finish tight between Joe Uans and
"Kid" Herman of Chicago were signed
here today. The' terms are IX) pounds tv
hours before tho fight, the winner to n-celvi
lii per cent und the loetr 85 j4r cent of th
purse, the IlKht to take place for tho larucst
Nolan, the manager of ''Buttllm;" Nelson,
met Gan a sh.ft time before the signing
of the agreement between Gnus nnd Her
man and opened negotiations for a light
between Gans and Nelson. Gans Insisted
on 133 poun.'s at 3 o'clock and Nolun de
clared that tho nine weights mtiHl govern
us at the lat Hxut iu Gol.llleld. Gans
turned his back tin Nolan and commenced
to talk with Herman's manager, who was
Standing rlosd by. -
lioth Gans ami Herman that they
favor Slier for referee.
4h.m:li. TKAM l KV YORK
Husky Athlete from Hilars Head? for
Haiti with Princeton Todny.
XKW YORK. Oct. 26-Thilly Cornell uni
versity f.ait ball players. coaches and
trainer, led by Gl.-u Warner, the head
coach, and accompanied by iniiie than five
times that number of enthuxiatitlc student
from Ithaca, arrived here lute today for
the big game with Princeton on the' Polo
At Jersey City these, enthusnists were met
by others from New York, with banners,
horns and cheers, livery Cornelllan at the
depot wauled to see Warner at once and
about the first question each had to nnk
was; "Will Cornell win tomorrow?"' Tt
which Warner had the reply; "We have u
good fighting chance."
K'rom the dext the players we'it dlrecllv
to the Cumberland hotel, where they wl'l
remain during tiieir stay in the city. T
nlKht a .smoker was held at the Cornell
last Indents Cheer Athlete..
IOWA CITY, la., Oct. Jii.-.Special Tele-aiHm.)--Iomn
university students joined in
a mammoth mass meeting here tonlfrht. nt
which uulvercslty athlete und otltelals ile.
lierod informal addresses and Hie ten-i
cheered to the echo. In anticipation
..f such an evens. Coach Morilaw herded
his Tigers in Ceflar Rapids tonight and
will arrive in the city tomorrow noon.
Iowa's team averag-s M net, or about
hi en pounds less per man than the Mis.
CHKYKXNE, Wyo., Oct. 2 ( Special.)
The recent seveie snowstorm Interfered
seriously with the political campaign
which has been on In this state for sev
eral weeks. Several campaign tour wer j
abandoned and speakers in the districts
remote from railroads arc now snow
bound. Numerous meeting have been
postponed or abandoned altogether.
The people of Wyoming as a rule ara
prosperous and care little for politic. It
is a foregone conclusion that Congress
man Mondcll will be re-elected by a large
majority and that a legislature over
whelmingly in fuvor of the return of
Francis K. Warren to the United Stale
cenate will ba elected. The democrat
may fleet two or three out of the sixty,
odd to be chosen, but ithey will be hope
lessly iu the minority and will cut littlo
figure. It Is predicted that t?enutor War
ren will receive the solid vote of the re
publican, party and possibly some of Ilia
GOLD COINS ARE TRIMMED
Kxuert Criminals In Seattle Are Able
to necelre Most Kxnerieneed
81CATTLK, Waah., Oct. 2t-HuudjVd of
$10 gold pieces are being "shaved" by
some unknown man In this city. So well
is the work being done that It has escaped
detection by tome of the most experienced
bank cashiers. The criminal Is evidently
shaving the coins by placing them In a
lathe and carefully trimming off the edges,
without, however, destroying the milling.
Outside of making the edge of th, coin
a little thinner than the body the work
of the criminal could escape detection by
the most expert paying Oi- receiving teller
In the local banks. Cuptai.i Bell of tho
secret service estimated that about 50 cents
1 made on the $5 gold pieces and 11 on the
BRADSTREKfS REVIEW OK Til AI1E
Business Is I n orecedentedly Active
for the Reason.
NEW YORK, Oct. 26. Bradstreet s to
morrow will ayi ;
Trade is unprecedentedly active for the
season. Retail trade haa broadened out,
with consequent increase of the re-ordr
demand from Jobber and there is rather
more doing on spring -accounts. Htglvr
prices for cotton have helped southern
tiade. inducing freer marketing1 and en
larging country trade and collections. 1
Good reports also come rrom tne central
west and Atlantic coaat points, whertt
weather conditions have Improved. Some
thing like an unfavorable cross current Is
visible in the north west, where car con
gestion and overflowing country elevator
are complained of a affecting marketing
The grain trade generally also com
plains of the car congestion causing
lofcses, owing to export business being de
layed. This week's reports on grain ship
ments, however, show large exports of
both flour and wheat from both" coaats.
Strikes of grain handlers curtail ship
ments from some Pacific port.
Reports from leading industries are of
unabated activity. Higher premium are
being paid for what little spot Iron can
be obtained. Rails are more active and
imports of foreign pig Iron are increasing.
Report of labor scarcity are still well
nigh universal, und the movement of the
cotton crop, the shipments of lumber, tho
outputs or coal and the deliveries of va
rious mills are still restricted from this
cause or by reason of Inadequate car sup
ply. Voluntary wage increases are re
ported In numerous lines, but agitations
for higher compensation are numerous
among railway employes.
The price situation Is one of exceptional
strength. Grain price are steady, while
cotton has eased on larger movement and
a rather bearish ginning report, but other
staples are strong at about the highest
levels of the year. The cotton seed oil
market has advanced rapidly (nearly 12
cents per gallon In the two weeks) and
old supplies are practically cleaned up.
Steel Is scarce the country over. Kale
of structural material for buildings Is of
fair proportions and business for brldgo
work is being freely placed.
Refined copper has advanced to 22Vjn,
hut little new business I doing, owing to
the scarcity of supplies.
Cotton prices have tended downward,
mainly on bettr accounts as to the cot
ton civT and freer movement, sharp weak
ness being shown toward tho close on ih?
publication of the government census gin
ning report, howlng 4.'jH,w) hales ginned,
ugainst 4.&8.0IU bales a year ago. In cot
tun goods tha feeling Is one of steadiness
and the murkot is certainly less feverish,
though raally higner in price. Print
cloths are ',c higher and quotations for
many makes of bleached goods, brown cot
tons, muslins nd slmllut fabrics have
hardened. Wool has seen tiie most active
aeallugs of the year und holders' price
have been generally accepted.
Recent stormy wealher haa helped trada
In siloes and rubber footwear at the west,
but fall and winter ;iuv trade is yet
hardly as good as- hope for.
Leather Is rtesdy and current demand
'prevents accumulations. Skins and hides
are in good demand and prices do not
The largest sales for any week tills year
are reported In tlie Boston wool nairket.
Large mills have bought very freely, tho
total sales running over 25.000.000 pounds.
Business failures In the United States Tor
the wek ending .ct"ber ab number 14
against 170 last werk. 178 in the like week
of li 5, ISO In 1W4, 217 in 19o3 and m in
1C02. In Canada failures numbered
eighteen against eighteen last week and
twenty-il-.reo In this week a year tigo.
Wheat, including flour, exports from the
United States and Canadu lor the week
ending October lo, uggregaUid 5.1SV817 bu.,
against 4.kgl.4! bu. last week, 4,207, 109 bu.
tills wek last year. 1.479.M3 bu. In 1So4,
and doi'lsMl bu. in l&el. For the past sev
enteen wieks of the fiscal year the ex
ports are 6&.I73. M bu., against .'.41K bu.
In It" 6. 2, tel. 'il bu. in 1;4 and 10,203,17
bu. !n lls'l.
4'ori) exports for the week are 1,495,111
bu., asaiii.it 1.31ft.M bu. last week. .ud.ISS
liu. a year ago and 44S.151 bu. in 1Si4. For
t,ie fiscal year to date the export are 13,
;;l).KV bu., against 17. 977,463 bu. in l'..i and
10.2U4.lK bushels in lu4.
W,.WiW,liWliL.llii.)l Mil III .IllW.IHil PIMM, M II Ill Iliail.llHI ll, !! Hn.ll II I II I III I W I " ' "
In Ihti department we aro offering
spc.Ial Inducement, for 8aturday"
gelling; showing; the latest Ideas I
aoft nd Btlff shape" Men's fall
hats, colors black, gray aud nutria.
other atores ask
it AD fnr those, I !
16113 ft FADNAM STREETS, OMAHA.
THE PKOriiKS U RMTI RK AND CARPET CO. I'at.th. 18B7.
Tomorrow, Saturday, f I'Ihi
on salo a largo selection of our
pariilar $10 pAttern huts, mm lot
Includes velvets and felts, all the
latest creations. If you wish lo fc-
rure a bargain. It
will pay you to
come -hi ly nnd tar'
one of thene hat
st the upoc.lnl price
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"With us, mid pay for your clothes on easj- payments. It is the common sense way to dress, especially so when you haven't
all the necessary cash handy. This privilege is extended to you without distinction as to class and without extra charge.
"We are glad to do it it's our business.
Our credit system has none of the requirements or embarrassing conditions that you find elsewhere. "We give you full
liberty to make the payments as best suits your own personal convenience. It's easy to buy where the variety is large
,It's pleasant to buy where attention is assured It's safe to buy where quality is high and prices are low. We mark every
thing in plain figures. All this is here at the Peoples Store. Investigate; it pays.
"THERE'S NO BETTER CLOTHING
Men's Suits anil Overcoats
There is a vast differenco in ready-to-wear
clothes, as the wear of the
garment will prove and the looks.
If you have had any sad experience iu
buying clothingthat was mado to
sell at sensationally low prices you
will all the more appreciate the WELL
MADE suits and overcoats that we are
In plain and fancy colors, cut extra full,
giving perfect comfort to p
wearer, all sizes, $1.00, 50c JJm?i
and : LaKylJ
Jusfl-. Arrived 2
Made of fancy mixtures and
pretty checks. The jacket
is nicety strapped and
satin lined; the skirt is
pleated and strapped; it is
trimmed with braid and
hats full sweep. These
suits were bought to retail
for $15 we will sell them
on Saturday only special
f, a u -
a r ;. '
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Made in many styles of excellent quality taffeta
silk, including black and white, regular $7.50
values, on sale Saturday, at
Fort Worth ,
Salt Lake City
ML5 OLD SO
Lvcry old sore exists because of a polluted condition of the blood. This
vital fluid is infected with some germ or old taint, or perhaps has been left
in an unhealthy condition from a lonj spell of sickness, or th trouble may
be inherited. The poisonous germs and matter with which the blood is sat-
ifated force an outlet on the face, arms. Ugs or other part of the body and
farm a sore or ulcer. This bting continually fed by a polluted blood supply,
grows red and augry. festers and eats into the surrounding flesh until it
becomes what IS very aptly termed aa "old sore." The relief produced by
external treatment is only temporary. The only treatment that can do any
real good is a blood purifier that got s to the very root of the trouble aud re
moves the cause, and for this purpose nothing equals S. S. S. It drives out
from the circulation all morbid nutter and germs, even reaching down to
hereditary taints, and by cleansing the blood heals old soies permanently.
S. S. not only removes all taints and poisons from the blood but builds it
up by supplying it with the rich, health-sustaining properties it needs to
keep the nytiten in health. S. S. S. make pure blood and a sore must
h?dl U the hkwl is pure av.l healthy. " Book on Sores and Ulcers aad
medical ad vii-e f -c. y, SWSFT SPCCirtC CO., A JLANTA. CA.
Ri,l:iHT OK THE CLEARING HOISE
Bnalnea Transacts fcT Associated
Banks far lUe Week..
XKW YORK. :t. The following ta
ble, compiled by Hradatreet, shows tha bank
cheating at the principal cltie for the week
ended October . nun the percentage of
Increase and d-. rease as compared wlih the
corresponding week last year:
Wheeling, W. Va.
Fargo, N. D
Cedar Rapids, la.
Chester, 1'a ,.,
South Rend, Ind.
Fort Was ne
Total, IT. S.
Outside N. Y.
. I at. 447,
46;!. 41 8,.
34.3. '3.1U8 .
St. John. N.
Victoria, B. C...
Total, Canada t 96.079,877! 66.7!..
St. I -una
I 'kalians City
: New Orletna ..
i,os Angclea ...
1 i ,:ii. n.i r' liu . . .
; Clearings., Inc.) Dec.
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FAST TIME TO CHICAGO
Leave Omaha 6:00 P. M.
Arrive Chicago 7;30 A. M.
Connecting with all early east bound trains.
Union Depot connections.
Steamship tickets to all European and Asiatic points
Cafe Car Service. . '
Reservations and Information at City Ticket Office,
1402 Farnam Street, Omaha.
Balances paid in casn. (Not Included In
totals because containing other item than
clearing. N"nt Included in totals; com
parison incomplete. ,
A, B. Hubermann. only western direct
diamond Importer, cor. 13tt and IkjurUs,
inch are retailed at wholesale prices. 1
SATURDAY, 3:30 P. M.
VINTON STREET PARK.
DEATH LIST IS INCREASED
Eirht Ftob Din in Fire at InM
City, Kauai. x
ALL MEMBERS Or ONE FAMILY PERISH
Bodies of Man. Wife and '!' nil
dren Tuken from Rnius nf
( kinWr of fouimerce
KANSAS CITY. Oct. Four bodies
were removed this morning from the ruin
of tha Chamber of Commerce building In
Kansas City, Kan., making the total known
dead to data eight.
The bodlca r.-moved today, although badly
charred and the features disfigured, were
KXWARh WINM.OW. agfd 42 yean,
city solicitor for the Nelson Morri Pack
MRS. KUWAIUl WINSLOW. his wife.
MAKLK VVINSIJW. aned 9. and MAY
WINSIXjW, aged 5. the rtaughtei of Mr.
and Mr. Kdsard Wlnslow. '
A systematic starch for victims was be
gun today In the ruins of I lie thaniber of
Commerce building In Kansaa City, Kan.,
destroyed by fire yesterday. The walls
Were pulled donn and a large force of men
put to work to remove the debris. F.luht
persons were still unaccounted for this
morning. At the hospitals two of the in
jured were in a serious condition, but it
was believed all the others would recover.
Several of them were able to leave for
their home today.
The loss of life Is attributed In part to
the lack of fire fighting apparatus and a
movement has begun through the cllv
council to remedy Hie defect as won a
lhre 10 if lit a uiouili niou. j lenders,
who had offices In the dostroyed building,
lost much of their ppcr, Including -hundreds
of dollojV worth of notes. One
money lender had placed his possessions In
the building vault, which is buried be
neath tons of wreckage.
Tha body found yesterday and supposed
to be that of 1. R. Young 'was today posi
tively ldentilicd as the remains of Patrick
McGuire, aged 65, a retired locomotive en
gineer. Young Is counted among the
BODIES FOUND IN HAY LOFT
Holes la Forehead Indicate
Murder of Men In Month
BRISTOL, 8. U., Oct. 26. I Sie ial Tele
gram.) The bodk of two farm hand were
found in a hay loft of a barn a mile north
west of till place late yesterday by a
Bristol teamter, nho went there, for a
load of hay. The teamster brought them
Into town and an inquest 1 now going on.
That both n-.cn were murdered thero is no
doubt, and bullet holes iu their foreheads
and burned flesh indicate th"y were mur
dered while f-slecp.
Both of the IxHile are so badly decom
posed that it wa almost impossible to
In the pocket of one wa found two beer
checks, marked "Wellington hotl bar, St.
Joseph." IJeyord this there Is absolutely
nothing to aid the authorities In placing the
nieu. They arrived here two weeks ago
ti loin a threshing crew. When they failed
lo report It was thought they bad gone
awuy. They must have been dead at loat
ten day when tie discovery was mad9.
Iloelur lo Ntwilr 'I'arla Uuestlau
WASHl.W.TON. Oct. 2.-Ir. Charles
Waddill ? i ! Ie nf the public betl!h depart
ment ut ilie marine hospital ervk today
wa named as one of the experts to b
sent to (ermuny to investigate custom
James L. Oerty, chief of tile customs
division of the Treasury department, and
N'ahurn I. Stone, one of. the tariff experts
of the Pepurtment of. Commerce and Labor,
also, have been selected. These, with IjI
reetor North of the census bureau, nuik
four bo far selected.
Ilee Want Ads produce rusnli,.,
Iteport on seal Poachers.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 28.-E. W. Sillif.
United S'ales attorney for the northern
district of Illinois, and George M. Rower.
United States U r-li coinmUsloner, were In
conference with 1'rcbident Hoosevelt today.
Messrs. Sim and Bowers, as special ageni
of the government, went to Alaska to In
vestigate alleged illegal scaling and arrived
at the seal islands two days after the kill
ing of the Japanese, which ha been made
the subject of diplomatic representation"
between Japan and the United Slates. It
Is believed the investigation touched on this
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