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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1007.
NEWS OF INTEREST. FROM IOWA
OtOc. 10 Pearl SC Td. 43.
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tnckrrt sells carpet.
Fin engraving at Lefferta
Ed lrmr Tony Faust beer.
See HehmUH's decant new photo.
PltrmMn- and heatmg. Pllby- Sow.
g X. rterc A Co. irll Walkover shoe.
Lewi Or.Uev funeral director, 'phone ft.
Woodrtnc Undertaking company. Ti. IS.
Wetvh repatriE. t MauUM, 23 West
DIAMONDS' AS AN IITV-E8TJIKNT.
TALK TO LFTTFRT ABOUT IT.
Th re-ular monthly meeting of the li
brary hoard I scheduled trr till evening.
BlTWEiSSH BATTLED BEKR 19
EfcRV ED AT FIRST-CLASS BAK8 AND
Sheridan Wyo) ooal In stock: Jo all
other grade. Fen Ion WlchT.ra Coal oona
pany, 1U7 VsAxl Mmt, . Both 'phone t.
AIXr'SIZf-8 OP STORM DOORS. STORM
AxtH. alGHM WINDOWS AND
W-ATHXa gXHjPS - AT GEO. HOAO-Z-AJ.1.
Thw local shapter of the Brotherhood of
St. Amtww will entertain Its members and
friend at a banquet -thi evening- at Um
Owing tn th' tluies of the pastor. Re.
G. W. fcnvder. Rev. O. W. Fraser of Omaha
occupied pft serd- at St. John
Snails Jrtreeraa c Huron.
lilmot nut coal, delivered. tCJ per ton;
rpartr grata. 6u perton.' WUUam Welsh.
14 North Main street. Tel. US. Vard Eighth
treat and Eleventh avenue. TeL fT7.
D. & Kerr has farm of different staaa
n Mnt .tthae eaah .r ercn rent. Houses
for sale on monthly payment Tela. 417 and
Red. Us Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
avrnu - -" r
Ja.iy Mary hive. Ladles of the Modern
Vace-aheea, will srlv a valentine party
WeHneariav afternoon In Danish hall. There
will cards, mmrtc and eanclng. followed
Dr. Otterbein O. Smith, pastor 01 tne I m
First CemgretfatlonsJ cnurcn. in a oriei
prelude to his morning sermon yesterday
t.Hk smrT'rrntintl in favor of dosing the
AM . yon frtf. two. price for mantels
and gas burners? If you are, we can cut
tha price In tw for you. Ve aandi Llnd
sey self-lighting and J verted man tela, sua
all other connections. W. A- Maurer.
Th Suaday school of St. John's English
Iaithran church wlll.glv a valentine en
tertainment Thursday evening In the church
parlors. The. LaUi'-- Aid society of the
cburr-b VU1 nwt Wedne!lay afternoon at
the rj-eldeoca of llrsv Ola Kasrauasen, 71S
iU atreet, . ,. ,. fc
Ma'S' lour-bnckia -arctics (hoods) C:
jnen'a para- (ui arcUe (Bostonst tLto;
' men's all rubber arctics (eld colony)- II JS,
ladles' -womaelrla arcttca (Boetonsk C-J,
ladles' Alasma 'Met-., tjreat reduction on
aU -kind ot .rubbers. Duncan At Ewana,
23 Main ntreet...
Edward Roarers. K3. Willow avenue, was
called to Imoa-eae. la., yesterday by tha
crttieai nrnMimt t 4Ua brotner-in-law. Ed
ward MoiJarKtlle. who la aurlertns; from a
trnks of paralysis. Mr. MuOaranila Is one
af the xid settipre of Fremont county and
. one of f hrswt iacslholdera.
Opwvlna; ,tiew, .uo-to-date lines of home
decorations In fui the 'various brands &.
wailpaper. moralia and burin pe. Sea rre
'If you mx thinking of cleanina; up
sprtn. , , .Plot urea, oils, pasteta. watei---colorn,
efchlnga Framlnc a spedaJty. W.
; 8. Hrevtsun, Masonic temple. Council
Bluffs, la. i" V
The tawast Una of UK BoUd fold collar
' pins In tha a west, at Leffert'a. Reilabls
Jewelersv f .
RALLY FOR MISSIONARIES
District Isftituta to B Held U Tbis City
rtbntary 27 nd 28. -PR0M1NMT
WORKERS TO ATTEND
latereetlma Fianaaa Hai
raw far the Twt Dare umt
OkJe ta ttr Tp Leal
- Interest la the Werky
carry, out such preposition would of a
cessity In a short time Involve the as
sociation In financial distress. Tha sssorla
Uon has a membership of several hundred.
CENTRAL. FLOUR, COS FEU SACK
EVERT SACK WARRANTED. CENTRAL
GROCERT AND MEAT MARKET.
"WALK OVER SHOES THH PRICE AL
"WAT3 tS. AND K. TOU CAW GET
THEM OP S. A. PIERCE CO.. BROAD-
, VAT AND MAIN STREET.
This wee the handy fruit and vegetable
Ucer tor Jfic'f.w cutting- plain fluting and
aV Katrrer, W5-K1 W. Broadway j ;
A Tv Tepta Brakes lata.
1 . D. Woodbridia) and Frank .Washington.
T negroes, wei "arrested 'yesterday morning;.
j Hiarged. with, breaking and entering the
Mlisraukea iMsiigr depot o Sixteenth
venue. They are also suspected of break -
' Ins; lnt' th 'BT-llngton passenger depot
Ona ot .the Milwaukee yardmen, named
ryiMay,' hotlcad,i Um two negroea In tha
depot about i o'clock, and be called tha
' yolioa, . Investigmtioa Showed that they had
pried open owe - of tha window to effect
an entrance. They were In tha waiting
room and bad? made no attempt to enter
any of the other rooms, the door of which
wvre locked. '
That -Vseneone-Wd-broken into tlla Bur
lington depot during tha night was dls
aavered shortly after tha arrest of the two
negroes. ' Entrance had been effected as at
the' Milwaukee dpot by prying open a
window. - Tha lock oa three of tha Inner
doora were (ound, to have been forced and
the rash drawer In the ticket office broken
pan.'-' )?n money, bad . been left In i tha
dra4r tvr night, .however.
iWootfbridg and Washington claim to be
from South Omaha, where they said they
aad ken working; m. tha packing houses.
Tkey. liDT 1 breaking Into . tha Burlington
' dpot And claim they broke Into tha Mil
waukee depot mesely for the purpose of
The proarram of the Council Bluffs dis
trict missionary rally or mstltate. to be
held In Trinity Methodist church Wednes
day and Thursday, February 27 and S, has
been announced by the local .committee
kavfng- It In charge. The meeting promises
to be an Interesting one, a several promi
nent worker In the missionary field are
expected to be present, among the number
being Cart A. Felt of New Tork City. Rev.
E. M. Cable of Chemulpoo. Core: Dr.
i. H. Pyke of Tien Tslrv China; Mrs. phul-
bal Ward of Baroda Camp, India; Rev.
R. &. Maclean of Wuhu - Central China,
and J. B. : Trimble, flekt aecretary of the
Kansas City division.
The purpose of the meeting, which to one
of a series of district missionary rail!
for the Kansas City division of the Metho
dist church, according to the official an
nouncement, la to enlarge tha vision of the
world's need, and atimuiate Individual
effort In the fulfillment of our Lord's com-
ilon. By limiting- tha area, to a nresld
ins elder's district the opportunity and
privilege is made possible ta the many
who, because of distance or otherwise,
could not attend the state missionary con
ventions. The executive committee's pur
pose and earnest request la that the pastor
and other representatives be present from
every charge oa the district, and from
every appointment on the charge. The
program has been prepared with the de
partments of tha local church ta view, and
will, therefore, richly repay tha officiary
of every church, league and Sabbath school, 1
a well aa other lay membera, to be present.
What promises to be an entertaining; and
Interesting feature of tha rally, will be tha
missionary exhibit collected from tha for
eign fields of work.
- Fieaiaas for the Metlags.
The opening session will be. held oa the
afternoon of Wednesday. February 27. and
tha meeting- will cloaa Thursday evening.
Arrangements are being made to Inaugurate
subdlstrtct rallies Immediately following
tha on In this city. '
Thla Is the program;
"The Purpose and PoaslDilltle of tha
Institute," presiding elder.
"The Work, the Worker and What It
Cbeta." A. . Buriff.
'The Price Paid, as Seen In tha Uves of
Master Missionaries,' William Carey, T.
E. Thureason, Robert Mnrrtsan, O. F.
Shaw, David Livingston. C- M. Wsrd.
John O. Paton. W. W. Bolllmrer. Isabella
Thoburn, M. P. Mitchell. Wuilam Taylor,
W. N. Gravee.
-Saving America.- C. J. English.
"Tha City." Jamea O'May.
"Tha Missionary Society and Foreigner
In the United States." J. M. Williams.
Other topics: Dr. Trimble, Dr. IUIT Dr.
E. 8. Nlnde and others. "The New Mission
ary Era," "A Campaign of Knowing, or
M last on Study Practically Illustrated."
"Open Conference," "Missionary Hymns
snd Their History, "Tidings From the
Fsaeral af Royal D. Assy.
The funeral of the late Royal D. Amy,
pioneer settler of Council Bluffs, who came
here In IM7. was held yesterdsy afternoon
from the family residence on Fifth avenue
and waa attended by a large number of
friends of the deceased. Including many of
the older residents. The services were
conducted by Rev. W. B. Clemmer, pastor
of the First Christian church, of which
denomination M. Amy had been a member
sine eight year of age. Burial waa in
Fail-view cemetery. The pallbearers were:
R. S. TerwUIiger, J. A. Churchill. H. H.
Field. Thro Badollet, Rev. Henry DeLong,
Charlea M. Nicholson. The members of
the Veteran Firemen's association, of
which Mr. Amy was a member, having
been chief of the volunteer fir department
in the early day of the city, attended in
the Recent J u bill
TReaavna Aaslmed for
at BarelllyV "the Now
0ir . Marching Orders
'Marching Orders. A L Curtis.
. "Latin Missions." Charles) Mayne.
"European Missions." Enock Hill.
-African Missions." E. C. New land.
-Japan." T. C. Webster.
"PtiUlpplnes." C A Car 1st on.
-Mission Study," Cart A. Felt.
-China a Hundred Tears." Dr. Pyke.
"Hold tn Fort, we Ar Cuming,
"Inspiring; Word. J. Steven.
-Need." Dr. Trimble.
-How to Meet the Crisis.- "What the
Pastor Must Be and Do." M. M. Cable.
"Laymen's Latent Reaourcea," Dr. C 8
Erickaon. "Prayer and tha Solution of tha Prob
lem." Dr. Pyke.
"A Missionary Church a Necessity," Carl
-China's Appeal, or WOT Centennial Tear."
"What He Balth fnto Too, Do If.
-Our District Policy." '
Returned missionaries and Dr. Trimble.
It T. Plumbing Oa. TL SO. Night, tog.
PIPE LINE TO CARRY" WATER
Caloa Paelae to Try Hew Plan to,
oewrlag; gapaly for It
CHETENNE, Wyo.. Feb. 10 (Special.
I" Hon Pacific engineer are preparing plans
for pipe lines which will span tha Red
sert, lying- between Rawlins and Green
River, and a section of What la known to
transcontinental American railroad as the
"alkali belt." Thla alkali eoantry extends
from the Canadian to the Mexican borders,
and every railroad crossing It haa spent
hundreds of thousands of dollars In at
tempts to solve the question of making the
water found there fit for engine use. The
Union Pacific for many years used the
desert water In locomotive boilers, with
the result that the boilers were entirely j
unfitted for us In less than eight months, j
So-called purifying plant, m which the
water was put through process calcu
lated to remove the alkali, were then
erected, but they made only a slight Im
provement in the situation. During the last
two years tha Union Pacific, at a ruinous
expense, has been hauling water Into the
desert In tank car.
It la now proposed to construct pipe
line, one of which will carry North Platte
river water as far a Tipton station, and
th other of which will carry Green river
water as far as Table Rock station, there
being a distance of six miles between the
ends of the two proposed pipe.
The Union Pacific now has a pipe Una
from Fort Steele, on th North Platte
river, to Rawlins, a distance of sixteen
mile, with a rise of 23 feet. It la pro
posed to extend the line to Tipton, a dis
tance of fifty-seven miles, with an alti
tude greater by SJ feet. Th highest point
of ths pipe line win be st Creston, on top
of th Continental divide, and SO 'feet
higher than the Intake at Fort Steele.
From Creston to Tipton, a distance of
twenty-eight mile, the water win flow
without pumping. Tipton being forty-one
feet lower than Creston.
The Union Pacific also had a pip line
from Green river to Rock Spring, a dla
tanc of fifteen miles, with a difference In
elevation of IB feet, th water being; forced
up from the Green river by ' powerful
pumps. The second, decait.plpe. will be an
extension of th Rock. 8pring pipe, which
win bo carried eastward to Table Rock, a
distance of fifty-six miles, with an Increase
in altitude of ITS feet. The end of the
pipe at Table Rock will be 7U feet higher
than th Intake at th Green river.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SCRAP
IRON, METALS-AND RUBBER BT X
KATELMAN, M MAIN ST. 'PHONB ML
. ,r.- ... --J.
KOBERT '.BURNS 10 CIGAR, OLD
TIMES, fe AND SPINA Kte CIGAR. MA
LONET CIGAR , CO- DISTRIBUTOR
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
4w aiiiwrTment elk teeth Just received
at "." Lefferl'a. reliable jeweler. He will
piauat -"t any. ; yu may wlah.
Cavil for Res i Water Work.,
ju .the morUag af the city council tonight.
It la" stated that , soma of th councilman
will '.call, upon the special committee oa
water works t'-get a move on Itself and
asak soma report relative to th negotia
tions with the water works company.
Sumo cf Che- council men feel that th mat-
Oar Patata Iteetea the Mark
of paint perfection. Built of selected In
gredients, thorougtrfy mixed by- men keen
for their business, these wood and metal pro
tectors and persarvars ar th acme of all
tiat Is good tn o4or. Trxt'H flnd th same
state of affair aa regard oar line of
varnishes. Price ar right. -'-. Jensen at
Nlcolsiaso, 231 Broadway. TeL Bell. Black
SJ; Ind-. ft Black..
A, Mevsa-M A Co, .
New Locatfcm ot Wholesale Bakery,
tit Mynstsr Street, Council Bluff, la.
Hume-Made Bread a Specialty.
Visitor Weloome. :
a - Mautb. 221 W.
THREAT AT MA AW A MUIGME1T
Pair of Aeeldeats at Stargrla.
STTROIS. S. D.. Feb. 10. (Special Tele-
tram. ) John Craig-, while getting out logs
In the timber south of town yesterday, had
his leg- broken. A log slid, struck him oa
the shoulder, afterwards falling on hie leg.
breaking It above the ankle. Mabel BUney,
while out riding with other girls yesterdiy,
had a horse fall with her, rendering- her
unconscious for seven hours, but ah was
not seriously hurt.
GIRL IDENTIFIES ASSAILANT
Colored Tenth Who Uves Ken the
Yletlaa Cksrgei with the
KANSAS CTTT. Feb. 10.-WU1 Jefferson.
19 yesrs old. was arrested tonight and
Identified by Flora May Clark aa the negro
who so brutally aaaaulted her last night
as she. was going bom from work. Jeffer
son lives within a half block of the girl's
borne. She had seen him often before yes
terday and the police consider her identifi
cation conclusive. There Is no excitement
over th outrage and It la not believed
there wlU be any attempt to lynch the
The girl's condition Is still serious. She
I IS years old and worked as cash girl at
a downtown dry goods store.
AFTER THE GRAIN DEALERS
Sill Bcfors the Iowg Lcit!tar Modeled
After Um flslrtn Law.
ASSOCIATION DENIES FIXING PRICES
Tewtlssoay TAefor laterotat Cosa
aserew rossmlsstoa ta field. How
r, Discredit This
tratoaseat by Thesa.
tFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Feb. 1 (Special.) The
Iowa Grain Dealer association Is opposing
the enectment of the Mil Introduced some
days ago by Pullman of Greene which is
patterned after the Nebraska law under
which the grain combine was some time
sine put out of business. Representative
SUUman secured a copy of the Nebraska
law, but In writing his bill he made It
much less sever and drastic. Within the
last few days letters and petitions have be
gun to come in airalnst the measure and
It Is understood That the- Grain Dealers'
association will go before th committee
to oppose th paasag of in bill.
Representative Sallman has fortified him
self with a transcript of all the evidence
taken by the Interstate Commerce com
mission In It healing In thla city some
months agn, when It went fully into the
dealing of the Grain Dealers association,
and It alleged efforts to fix the price of
grain In Iowa. It was at that Investigation
that the activity of the Cereal club of thla
city was shown and the attempt of the at
torneys for the commission wa to show
that the association worked through this
Cereal club to fix price and they believed
they showed this ooocluslvely.
Georg Well, secretary for the Grain
Dealer association, presided at the Cereal
club meeting which were held weekly at
the Grant club and before the commission
he testified that there had never been any
attempt at these meetings to fix prices.
Later, when other witnesses were brought
on, all of whom testified that they attended
the meeting and that they did fix prices
by putting- motions and that Wells put the
motions aa chairman. Wells waa asked to
be recalled and corrected his testimony.
Other witnesses called during that Investi
gation stated that they had acted In marl
ing out th postal card quotations and tes
tified that It was their understanding- that
they did it for th Grain Dealer associa
tion. Still others, testified that they had
been approached and solicited to join the
stats association and the Idea was held out
to them that on of the benefit of member
ship was tha receipt each day of the postal
Mr. Stillman proposes to go before the
committee of th house and will attempt
to show that the Influencing of the price
of grain even a very small fraction is ot
decided Importance to the entire state. The
crop of corn alone In Iowa the past year
waa 365,000,600 bushels and though a great
deal of it waa not shipped from the state
yet he win show that th price aa In
fluenced by the Grain Dealers' association
affect the price which the feeders have
to pay for core aad that shipped and that
fed to stock Is the greater part of th crop.
The influencing- of .the price of corn 1 cent
a bushel make a dUTerenc of 23.650.000 on
tha crop of the stata.v
, '.'Th' lekkln-1 cr"efcie ' proposition to V
district th state, congressional! y In which
three congressmen would be put In different
districts from the one they now live In.
haa aroused interest In the matter of re
districting the state. It is rumored that
another proposition, may be broached tn
a short time and a bill Introduced. The
plan, said to come from tha southern part
of the state, would make the following
Cedar county, from the Fifth so the Sec
ond district: Jackson county, from the Sec
ond to the Fifth: Grundy, from the FKth
to the Third: Boon, from the Tenth to the
S'venth; Wright, from th Third tc the
Tenth: Davis, from the Sixth to the First;
Appanooee, from the Elphth to the Sixth
Marlon, from the Seventh to th Slith
Mills, from the Ninth to the Eighth: Craw
ford, from the Tenth to the Ninth: Monona,
from the Eleventh to th Ninth: Montgom
ery, from the Nintn to the Elghin.
State Printer Fight.
Th investigation of the question of how
much the state is paying for its printing
and binding as called for by the resolution
of Lambert is opening the question in a
way that will lead to Interesting develop
ments. It Is not at all improbable but
that an offer will be made to the legislature
by some of the witnesses called to do this
work for very much less than the state hi
paying at this time. There are a number
who are In favor of having the work none
aa far as possible at th state penlten
tartea. and there ar also rumors that a
bill wlU be introduced shortly providing for
th erection of a building In this city on
the state's ground .and th equipment of
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THICH HAS THE LARGEST
CIRCULATION OF ANT PUBLICATION
OF ITS KIND IN FRANCE
Millions of Butterick Patterns Have Been Sold Here
(UTTERICK Fashions, many originating in Paris and adapted in New York
to American tastes, are returned to Paris the very heart of fashion creation
and sold to 'Parisian women. This is the tribute of Paris to the prc-
eminence of Butterick fashions.
Other fashion establishments may purchase Ideas in Paris. Butterick alone
both purchases and sells and the selling proves the worth of the purchase.
Tiers u bo greater failuoa authority than Tnere are io patteras to perfect at
THE DELINEATOR : BUTTERICK PATTERNS
$1.00 per year. 15 cents per copy 10 cents and 15 cents, none higner
Tea cam fat THS PELWIATOE af rear Mwssaaler, r aay IsBsrSck sfsat, ar sf lbs Batteries ftrAsaaiag CV, U4., Itatarics Bisg.,H,T.
Get It To-day Now!
FIRM STAND FOR EXCLUSION
California Deletion it Wuhint-ton
Bombarded with Telegram.
BASIS OF AGREEMENT MAY BE REACHED
Secretary Root aad President Have a
Coaferenew Preparatory to Ses-.
aloa with th Callforalaa
that will exclude the coolie labor from this
'It can be stated positively," said Mayor
Schmits tonight, "that President Roosevelt
has made no definite proposition to ua We
discussed the matter with Mr. Roosevelt
yesterday and he understands our position.
There has been no change in the situation
since then and cannot be until after tomor
row's conference. '
JAPANESE ORDERED TO LEAVE
Orea-ea People Ottjert to Their Taklaa
the Plaees of Whit
WASHINGTON. Feb. 10. Mayor Schmits
and the members of the San Francisco
school board were in conference twice tcday
and formally agreed on the policy they will
pursue In connection with th question of
the Japanese and the San Francisco school.
The mayor and members of the board have
refused to make any statement aa to what
position they will tak when they call at
the White House tomorrow to confer with
President Roosevelt and Secretary Root. In
a telegram, however, to the California Ex
clusion league tonight. Mayor Schmits de
clare the delegation ha "not made any
arrangement up to date of any kind." .
More than 309 telegrams were received
by Mayor Sohinlts and the member of tha
board today, arglng then t stand firm. Xor
th exclusion cf the Japanese coolie from
th United States.
A telegram received today by Mayor
Schmits from the president of th Cali
fornia Exclusion league. In part, reads:
Morning papers announce, in big head
lines, that --Schmits Deserts L0or for
Japanese. Mayor snd School Hoard Make
Comolete Surrender." We emnot and wiil
not believe It. Exclusion league demands
exclusion by set cf congress: treaty will not
excludo. SoverHg-n rlirhts must n be
bartered away by promises and should not
be basis for compromise. We will not yield
one iota of our rights a a sovereign people,
regardles of cost or consequences.
Mayor Schmlti's reply, in part. Is aa fol
lows: Sehsslts Make Denial.
Telegram received. Announcement ' of
morning papers absolutely false. Have
made no arrangement up to date of any
kind. Storv false, like all ether statements
made abcut me. Have refused to give any I
statement to reporter President has re
fused also until conference completed, aad
la showing friendly spirit. I am a Califor
nian. trying to do by duty to my state. Can
not succeeed if hampered by hostile press
of San Francisco.
At tomorrow's conference the Californlana
will present their views to Preetdent Roose
velt In writing, and a final, definite agree- j
ment will not be reached until Tuesday. I
Secretary Root spent two hours at the
White House tonight discussing- th school
question witn inc presiaem, im n cam ov
authoritatively stated that the president to
morrow will assure Mayor Sehmltx and tha
school board that If they will agree to end
the agitation by abolishing the. oriental
leaders of the crowd that drove th Jape
WOODBURM. Ore., Feb. 10 Much feel
lrg wa -engendered here by the Southern
Pacific laying- eft white men employed on
the railroad section at thla point and re-
placing them with eight or ten Japanese.
The feeling ran so high that fifty Americans
called at the seetloa house isst night snd
warned the Japanese to leave town. There
was no violence and the Japanese promised
to leave and this morning they departed
for Portland within the limit specified. A.
Schwabeur. the rection foremen, refused
to work with them and reslgruv! his posi
tion ' yesterday. Warrants will be sworn
out tomorrow for the arrest of the ring.
JAP COMMENT ON TROUBLES
Labor Qaestloa Mast Bo Settled
Iadeeadat of School
TOKIO. Feb. W.-The JUL. !n a leading
editorial anent the San Francisco Incident,
expresses disbelief In the possibility of th
adoption of a new treaty mutually restrict
ing labor Immigration aa a solution of th
public school controversy. The JIJI declare
that it is aware that a large number of
Japanese are going to San Francisco from
Hawaii and that this Immigration is caus
ing Jealousy on the part of the white labor,
but It contends that thla is due to th
Imperfect provision of the existing law,
which might be remedied by an agreement
on the part of both governments, but which
should constitute an entirely separate sub
ject of discussion, aa a subject not concern
ing the present San Francisco dispute in
which latter Japan stands on her treaty
The JUL Judging by statements attributed
to officials of both governments, draw th
conclusion that If a satisfactory adjust
ment of th difficulty be reached the credit
will be solely due to the admirable efforts
put forth by President Roosevelt.
AND "THE BEST."
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PURITY AGE STRENGTH
Look for the word "RYE- in red on label.
Riley Bros.' Co. Omaha
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th building with machinery ao that the schools, the president will, in turn, use his
stat could do It own printing. 1 Influenc to secure a treaty with Japan
DIAMONDS Frenser, lfith and Dodge.
tar haa been delayed long enough aad that
If th special commute la uoa-bl. to cop. , mtnt railway company sees fit to comply
Mast Gvaat CI ah Hoaus Sit or Sal of
There will b ao Uqnor sold within the
enclosure at Lak Manaw ti summer
unless th street sail way company climbs
down off It perch and provides a alt for
a club house tor tha Council Bluffs Fish
aad Gam Protective association. Thla
wa the statement of a prominent member
of th club who la th eaodidat of a cer
tain faction ot tha organisation for member
of the Board of Director. Th statement
carrle with it a threat that unless tn
with th matter.. That It bad better be
turned over la the eonimltt of th whole
of th council to wreetl with.
' All nagoUatlona with th management of
'th water works company. It la said, ar
gt a stand still, desptt the fact that th
pecjaj . committee of which. Councilman
Wallac is chairman has th reports of
both Expert Klersted and Expert Alvord
wfth which to form a bast for some settle
ment pf th keng pending question.
I Powder J
Vssa-a rvj !, -wMk the Trine ?
Xt asart w"k.
ar aa natural a th trait treat waacJk
Ussy at aiaila.
Musician' Bail, Auditorium. Fab, IX
with th demand ot th association that It
bs provided with a sits for a club nous
near th la, front, the Iowa mulct law,
th ban of every saloonkeeper In thla
tat, will b Invoked. Th member vol
unteering this statement said h merely
voiced tb sentiment of a aiajoriiy of th
members of th club.
Th annual meeting of th Flah and
Gam. Protective association scheduled
for tomorrow rveSlag and a nrarm time la
looked for. There is know to . consid
erable lack of harmony among-, th mem
brr and th question of a club house Is
n of the disturbing element." At a cau
cus of some of the members of the dub
last Friday alg-ht at No. I engin house
a slat r ntne csmiiaate tor the Board
of Director was fixed up. Notice of tha
meeting was published hi the dally press
but without his knowledge or sanction, now
state. J. J. Hughes, secretary rf th as
sociation. It I said there are tare dts
tiact factions within -the mercharshlp of
th ssaociatloa and a lively three cornered
fight may b looked for at th election of
officer Tuesday night.
Th. nia selected at th. caucus Friday
aight to aervt n th T?oard of Directors
srs C. W. At wood. Georg. Hughe. W. I
WnUsrss, f. C, Brown. W. C. Boyer. Al
Bray. O. H. aVoit aad Ovvte Vlen of this
dry and O. Johnson of Omaha.
Oa fartjoa la stated to be aaalteraMy
Apposed to th propoalttoa of erecting a
club house and take, the stand that the
eiub houa he satisfied with It present
euartera. With the- annual doe as lew aa
they are at prosent. Uhm oppose I to th
building- ef a club house contend that to
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair M.ssay aadl Tweed, y la th
Pro sals, for Hcknuka aad
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18. Forecast of th
For Nebraska. Kansas. Missouri and
Iowa Fair Monday and Tuaaday.
- For North Dakota Fair and somewhat
warmer Monday. Tuesday, fair.
For Colorado, Wyoming and South Da
kotaFair Monday and Tuesday.
For Illinois Fair Monday and Tuesday;
diminishing northwest wind.
For Montana Fair Monday and Tuesday;
warmer Monday hi extreme east portion.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BCREATT.
OMAHA. Feb. la OtTictal record of teni
ae rautr. and piscipitauoa compered wita
us curreaponaing aay ror tn. last thre
years: 'Ml VT Uui. Dot.
Maximum temperature 41 34 I 1
Minimum temperature 9t .is)
Mean temperature M V! 4
Precipitation .1X1 T 1 T
Temperature and precipitation departure
from th normal at Omaha si nee March 1,
ana comparisons witn in lasx two year
Normal temperature.... St
I Excess for the day 14
; Total excess sine March 1 107
; Normal prscipitsuon M Inch
: Iienctency for rhs day us Inch
Total i, reel pi tat on sine March 1 17 13 inch a
Drftciency sine. March 1 4 01 inches
Denciency for our. period. !.. 1 14 Inches
Delioiency for cor. period, lws... 4 inches
krs.ru rros Stall. as at T P. M.
Station and stat. Temp. Max. Raln-
of Weather. 7 p. in. Temp. lauL
THE DEAF uADE TO HEAR
The Story of the Electrical Engineer.
Geo. P. Way. Whose Lost Hearing
Was Restored by His Invention.
Bismarck, clear .............. X2
Cheyenne, clear Ss
Davenport, clear aa
Ix-nver, clear 54
Havre, pan cloudy 41
Helena, clear B
Huron, cloudy J
Kansas City, clear...-,.....
North Plane, clear C
Omaha, cloudy at
Rand City, dear S
at. Louis, clear. M
nr. Paul, clear U
fall Lass City. rWr ef
Valentine, clear at
A Son t elzfct vears aa-n Mr. Geo. P. Way. Then a most thrilling thing happened.
electrical engineer of the Detroit Toung the midst of the perpetual silence voat la
Men s C hristian Association, could scarcely in tormeni oi una anui mi irom me
hear ths roar of his own engines and" sounds of the busy world, there came a
dynamos a h passed among them. Today . lerrlble -crashing sound as of an earth-
i ouake. and Mr. Way bounded acrcas the
i room, terror stricken. Then the amaaed
engineer sat down In bis chair and t. led
to realise what had happened. I'ncon
sciousiy he pulled the tult from his ear.
Instantly be returned to the eternal sller.ee
that had enveloped him for years. The
sound of the machinery came to him aa
far away; he no lonaer heard his assistant's
curious question Then the truth came t
htm and he realised that a new day had
dawned for him. Mr. Way ruehed borne to
tell his wife the good news: they were ail
amaaed. Then for live years, he expert,
men ted constantly to put his accidental
discovery to use.
The Way Ear Drum was ths result of
his labors, snd be wore it with splendid
result Others, of course, beard of the
marvel and he was overwhelmed with re
quest for one of these little ear phones
from friends aa well aa from pejpUs of
whom he never ktesfT'
the drums havs
sold In every
f the cnuntrv.
the present vol
ume of salua runs inti
i hundreds of pair
; With these little
ear drums in tbs ears
it is almost Ira possible
for any catarrh to
take place. Mr. Way.
whose home office is
In the M-y-aU bid.
believes that there ar very 1
GEO. P. WAT. Invntor.
he 1 to all appearances possessed nf per.
feet hearing. Yet when he remove, two
tiny devices from bis ears he Is quite as
badly off aa before.
Mr. Way deafness had been Inereaatne
for years, until It had reached th point I
where he was unable to hear his wife's I
vole across the c inner tsble. snd his um-
.us . fulness ss an engineer waa seriuuely
T threatened. It happened as Mr. Wsy tells'
.0 in. story, that he waa at his post la the ;
At dynamo room ona day nearly eight years
At aao. and as th bussing in his ears bothered Detroit. Mich.
.) him mors thaa usual he placed a curiously few cases of 4lnnt that bis drum wul
.is) . shaped tuft of cwtlun la his rigut ear. i sot relieve.
' "8Vi of the
l P-rt of
f . II and th
1 ! II mm nf
T indicate trace of preclpftalloav
stall. -aie below sere.
A. VYAU-fiU. Lwcal FMacastac,
llr. Way will be in Omaha at the Her Grand Hotel, all tins
week, February 11th to 16th, inclusive. All who are deaf should
be sure to call on him, aa it will cost nothing to learn whether he
can help you or not.
, TA lAs stVrotor o4 Ihd aiUndaM s7u tkoto yvu to Jr. Way's I'ariur.
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