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Engraved Wedding Invitations and Visitln AlONOGRAM STATIONER EA1BOSSGD LETTER HEADS. g Cards V OUR WORK STANDS FOR STYLE, QUALITY AND EXCELLENCE Q 'iS () n i t n n t i k t i i ft a it iS c. tk i l , muuuvivnur)ui aKajax.ax.t: TAFT ON THE PHILIPPINES Secretary of War Telia of CanditioDi on th? Islands. BUS.N.SS DEPRESSION IS EVIDENT Moras Said la Br M.r. Proiv.ro.i Tb 1 lirlatiana llrmp Kiirl V Tax Shoald Mot He Hrfoudtd. WASHINGTON". Vec. 15.-In hit annual rej ort, rerrrln? to the Pl.llljiylnea, Secri. tary Tatt .layi In part: It Rrxt'.npH me to lie utile to any Oint ooiitlltiuria in the i'liliiipliu a ahuw stil liuiroVfiutiii. J he t uinniisslun tins use I 'i'y elToii to t'ut iltiwn ine cxix'iisea .l tuvrniiiient, ami hua itauul II. i not nico:i a a'ent Willi leinle: Ins tl e jovti ninent ni'T, i Hn-le:it.; In rvei y (ni l uf ihfe Inland, ex ist lit the two proviiu'i's ol l.cyte unj tiiim ii p.acv and tranc;u!llty obtain. The cupturi ur aiiiTriiilcr of ii.iht or leu of the l.adii of Inttrone bands mi th lhhind t-f Iaixo;) 001,111' Itlni; all hut one of thoae who hav vxel the poaoef ul lnluiliil.iiit. of tin- lig i loK )roviiK' 8. hjs broaKht about u Who eoi.dlt.un Ihun eyer btiore xl.s(eii In thf llniu!a. These men who waio t-a:iturid i. v. Ii i wurfemU red tuve been trlett before ;i Vt::di:o judft- and hae been shown u hae (.n guilty, without exeeption. uf iui:y l tiulisTi and cruel n.urdera. and .it. but one have hi en sentenced to Ue.ilh, that one iM'inw aeniei.ct d to thirty years' In. pn .onu.riit. It Is vlnlilcant that nil the. hidrone leadeia tlyled llwn.selvea hlxh or!l rials In a Khlino reituhllc tht hud n. toi..il habitation, but followed th oMlctala from one juntde to another until they wert ca tured. I he lnHlu Kiven to nicrirul tur:il operations, nf-.d the Inereae in the ueioand fjr farmlni; rroperty dutk to th lesfin-tion of these lailrone band, are pointed out in the report of the commusion. Couiplalata ul Pnlajaiaea. In Ramar unit I.ryti? there has Inn for t long time a bitter feud between tiw Piountain fe'.i les of those two Islands. Inula u as l'u.ajac4, aiid the people of the coast town. In these Island tho Pula Janes raise hemp and dispose of It to pur chasers from the coast towns. They are at tinita subject to oppression and fraud bv the local dottier in hemp and by the municipal officials, who attempt to nionopo. Iixo their sales at prices very much below thi market. These and other cause create u constant feelina of suspicion and rearm, ment on the part or the shountaln people afeainst constituted nut homy, and much more mruun niistintierstandiiiB; tlinn real spirit of lawlessness, disturbances nrine am; ale fanned Into flame by the euae with which faklis und pseudo-religious leaders are able to arouse the mountain peoples mo. inn i oi in wen oi armed lianas und n uiakliiK of forays Into the lowlands. The commission gives a more detailed explana. lion of the conditions In Samar and leyte and their causes. The census was competed late In th snrlmj of I-.sjC, and under the organic in t of the Philippine islands, pasac-d July 1, li -2. ..n election ior u isipilar assembly to aei Jointly with the HiUlpjilne comiiilasion as a lesisl iturr of the Cliilsii.in Filipino prov inces, was to Ik- held two years alter the coii)ph:tion and publication f.f the census, if the president should rind the conditions as to peace and tramju lity satisfactory. If serious disturbances In fcuniar and Iyte were to continue, the (juration mlBht aiise whether the conditions cf peace and tianciulllty In the Islands were such as to Justify your calling an election lor a popu lar assembly. As 1 say, however. I hop! there will be no reason for hesitation in tlds legurd. Uaalnesa Is Iirpreased. The depressed condition of business In the isl'iiila Mt.i t. hn.'A i..iiini.ui ... ..... .1 . . o .. in reaicit to the raising and exportation ut sugar and tobucco. The violent and un usual storm of cyclonic character which visited the lalar.ds In the latter part of loi destroyed about ft,uv.0tM In value of ln crop of hen-.p. In the matter of ex pcrts. however, this lot- was made up by nn lncrc4.se in the production and exp irta 'lon of cocoaruts. so that en the while the cxjh.t-is of tho Islands fell off only about ijio.OuO. The imports of the Islands were reduce 1 bilow tho preceding year some $t,tJ.Oil, making' the balance of trade In favor of the Islands that la, the excess of exports over Imports about W.ucu.uuo. A large part . f the reduction In Imports was due to the reduttlon in the lir portatton of rice. This, -n the whole, Is a go nl sign, for the re ison that it indicates Uiat Ui Jhillpplnes ars raising their own rice and extending their agriculture, which has for a number of i yiars been retarded by the death of catllo ftom rinderpest. It is slowly recovering from this blow. The tlnarcea of the Eovernmonl are In a good condition. After all bills ncre paid I june jo lust mere was a surplus of a million and a hair sold, and it was hoped that in the omliiK year there would be a suflk.lent amount available over Hiid above the ordlnury expense of thu s-uvernment to devote two or three millions to mucli- ' needed internal improvements. sluroa Prosperous. The Moto province shows moie prosperity than the Chn.nlan Filipino provinces. 1.UK) All, who d'.sturbed the valley of the Kio Grande, with Ins force of malco.itents, was rlnuliy killed und his followers dis persed. The takini! of the rolibc:- las.msss at Mount IJaJo, already referred to, has li iiiijuliueu the Island of Jolo, and there Is now no trouble from one end of the Aloio province to the other. The importa tions have largily Increased in the Moio pons und the revenues of the government huve also been udded to. The esiabllsu. inent of two small ports in tho extreme south has s.opped the practice of siuug BliiiB from Uoineo, which Jias been rife for many years since American occupation. The full purchaM' price has been paid for the trluif.' lands, the tiile deeds have passed and possession and occupation have followed. Them was at ilrst some dispo sition on the part uf the tenants to ques tion the titie of ilie government, but I um Informed by (kivrrni r General Ide that this baa completely ended, and that there Is now a Kenerul acouiescence bv all in the legal ownership of the government. The ending of ladroniMii In l.ux in, and especially in the pruvintes where these friars' lands lie. has brouht tiiem more into demand than formerly. Temporarv leases huve ulready been eflected on about a fifth u t uf the landsj, w hich insure a rental to the governuu nt of ll v. 0. Knglarers Weeded. Delays have been occasioned by the dif ficulty of securing a su.'ticicut number uf engineers to make the surveys of the vari ous farms which are to be Uaaed or sold, but there seems a prospect now that it will be possible lo dispose of the lands by sale, or by lease with privilege of pur chase so us greatly lo reduce and ulti mately to wipe out the Interest charges uisin the bonds isuid to buy the lands, and later to pay the bond. It may be, however, that the price which was paid will piove to have been in excess of the commercial values of the lands. However this turns out, the great object of the purchase has alieady been accomplished. 1 concur in the recilminer.d.itlon of the commission that that provision of the net of congTir--N which takes out of the Philip pine treusuty the export tax which it col lects on exuorls of hemp. If the hemn Is conveyed directly to an American port, be I repealed, i Ins Is a discrimination In favor of a sueclal Interest In AmerlcR. Is n sel fish exploitation of the hcnip Industry In the islands, gives proper rau" to the Ktiit lish and the French to complain, and de prives the treisury of the islands of a part of its Incline without Just cause. POLICEMAN STOPS A BATTLE dies. Tbe obstreperoua spirits were hauled off to Jull, where they gave their names as I-jiwrence Urady, Barney Mammlil, Mlchae.t Meegnn and David Mann. In police court Saturday morning the young men pleaded sullty to the charges preferred aguinst them and were each sen tenced to pay a fine of II and costs. ItoiaterlnK Youngsters mill Street Cm Men Mia TIiIums Near the Depol. Patrolman Iihey Interrupted nh in clplmt rlat between uniformed street en' nun and a party of youns bloods with several iartl;'.lly-dralned whhky bottles In their pickets early Friday evening In front of the l'iii..n depot. The young men boarded a lrram street car and inslst.-c on standing on the front platform wit!, the niotorman. This arrangement would ordinarily have been wholly satisfactory, but in this in stance peaceful toleration of the cramped quarters seemed beyond the young men, and one of th ni was rnon engatted In an altercation with Motornian John Ander ton. Anderson had trorkt-d long and weary hours and was in no mood to stand for the taunts sent at him, and when It came to a matter of blows, he took the con troller handle, while the conductor rushed forward with the switch rod. Everybody got Into the street, where there was more room, and when another car came along, the men In blue were re inforced by It crew. It might have gone very hard for the boisterous passenger had not the policeman Interfered with the work cf switch, rod uid controller can- LECTURES ON JUSTICE MILLER :'. r. Bronte Dlariiara laws Jurlal Before C'rrltitoa Law College. Justice Miller was the subject of the third special lecture In the course which is being delivered this winter before the CrelBhton luw school by members of the Omaha Mjnr and Judiciary, Hurry C. lirome being the lecturer. He found many things in the life i f Justice Miller which were Interesting i nd Instructive. Mr. Miller ws appointed to the supreme bench by President Lincoln in und was recommended by the bar ind Judiciary of Iowa. He was received with considerable misgiving by many who thought nothing good could come from out of the west. He was unknown and untried by the country at ir.rge, but he soon w in a place in the heuits of his fellow Judges by his real infill. Justice Miller died on October IS. l.tlal, on the day the court convened. Fine China. Copley, Jeweler. 215 B. 16;h. INFANT GETS GOOD VERDICT Jury la Federal Co erf Awards (cj.artcl Damages for Loss of The Jury in th case of Frances Adams, l-month-old child, against the Chicago, Bt. Paul, Minneapolis Omaha Railway company In federal court, came la with verdict for the plaintiff for 3,K0 Friday evening about i o'clock, after beh g out about eight hours. Suit was originally brought for 15.00Q damages sustained by th child In being run down by a train on the defendant's road at the Sixteenth and Ogden street crossing last August. The child lost s foot by the accident and was otherwise bruised and Injured. The attorneys for tho plaintiff were Jefferte & Howell. C. C. Wright was the principal counsel for the mllroad company. The case was en trial two days la-fore Judge Trleber In the I'lilted Mates circuit court. thief, was bound over for trial in the dis trict couit under bond of SZM) after a pro llm'nary examination in police court Wit urduy morning on the charge of robbing Frank Bcaggs of several dollars last Thutsdsy night. Bcaggs and a friend, Tom liogun. who was a witness, were held un der bonds of 1100 each to appear at th trial In the supeilor court. I DIAMONDS Frenzer. nth and Dodge. Movements of Ocean Vessels Dee. 14. At New York Arrived : Paltle, from Liv erpool: LucanlH, from Llverpis)!. At Oueenstown Arrive 1 : ' iinp.inla. from New York; Arabic, from Huston. At LJbuu-BulUd: St. Petersburg, for New York. At London Bailed; Mackinaw, for Phila delphia. At Southampton Bailed: Amerlka, for New York. At Naple Arrived: Trlncee Irene, from New York. At 1,1 vei pool Bnlled: Fimpres of Tre land, for Halifax; Hnverford, for Phila delphia. Arrived: Noordlaad, from Phila delphia; Bylvanla, from Boston. Tracing Lost Cars. A change ha benn made at the riurllng ton headquarter In Omaha by which the tracing of all carload freight has been transferred from the general freight office, to the office of Buperlntendeiit of Transpor tation Dtckeaon. Tracing of less than car load lota will be dune by the freight claim department. Cattleman la Missing. The police have been requested bv Jarob Plankenneld of iHiur c to find a Mr. nhut of Hlooinrteld. who came to Omnha several days ago in company with itlankenficld and sold a car of cattle for S 1 . li" and then suddenly disappeared. rihut was seen on the street Friday night, but baa since ap parently dropped out of existence. I.nla Foster Uonnd Over. T.ulii Koster alia. fYileman. a colored 1 wuuiio wiltt considerable reputation a LOCAL BREVITIES. . Afrer pnrtnklnc of a bountiful reps an K'Tldnv evening In the l-sle restaurant. T. R. Willis, twenty-eighth nnd Parker si reels, refused to pav for his entertainment and Iniullv protested when a friend paid Ilia debt. o loudly. In f ict. that he wa sr. rested and lined $1 and costs in police court Haturduy morning. C F. Connors, n d'iver at the grading cum; nt Twenty-first and Vinton streets, had hit )e broken atwiut 11 a. m. 8ti,rd-y hy th overturning of his wniron, which fi ll on the Injured member. He was taken to the po lice station for treatment nnd then to r!t. Joseph's hospital. Connors Is single, unij boarded at the grading camp. Fva K. Kroon wss awarded a verdict of SCO uiralnst the city of Omaha hy a Jury In Juriire Fstelle's court for Injuries sha received June Si, IHo-l. hy tripping over r loose board In a sidewalk on North Twenty, eighth avenue, between Cass and C.-illfoml streets. Hhe sued for f'.H.txl, claiming her hip was fractured. The Jury war out more than twenty-four hours before It reached an e.Kreement. The case of Rfrgart Otte age Inst the Vllter Manufaclurlnn company for o.'"0 lamnses for personal Injuries Is on inal before Jurie Trleber in tho I'nlted Slates circuit court. The next case clled for trial In this court will lie that of Kasmus lren ns.ilnet the Omaha Packing com. puny for o.a da ma ten, resoltinv from personal Injuries while the plaintiff Was in the employ of the defendant. The funeral services over the Infant rlaurxbter, Jeannetie. of Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Co'iiatnck were held at the Millard hjtel at 11 o'clock Saturday morning. The service were private, being attended by but h few of the Intlmat friends of lid family. The body will be placed In a re ceiving vault for a few weeks and will then be taken to the former nuns of the Com. stock family near L'tloa, N. Y. for final Interment.