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All lie India Llnons, In this sale, a yard s
All 10c India Llnona, In this sale, a
All 25c India Linons, In this sale,
All SOc India Llnons, in thla aale,
All 35c India Llnona, In thla sate, a
All 40c India J nana, In- thlraale,
All 10c LndVa Linona. in this sale,
February Sale of White and Colored Linena for Women's
. - - Suits and Skirts.
j ' '
Special Sale of Remnants of White Goods in Our Economy
. . . Basement.
Friday at the New Basement Bargain Square.
Many hundreds of yards of fine laces, linen torchons, cotton torchons
and val. laces. In Friday's sale, at. a yard 6c
i They are worth much more. k
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Hav4 You Seen the Pretty Petticoats We Are Making?
8o designed aa to pleaee the most fastidious taste. The style Is
totally different than what you have boen seeing. Select any material
you like, we make It to your special measure. .....
commission 'hs Will sea to It that their
bills are held up In the senate.
'In answer, to that I want to say I shall
make an endeavor to kill the Omaha char
ter in the house Unices Mowed keeps his
hands off. We did not bother about the
chttler when It was In the .senate and It
la none of the senator's business to bother
about it now that it i in the house.
"t would rather see the whole charter
defeated than see ' it pass with a section
providlnr for the election of the police com.
mission. I want to say further that the bill
Is not going to be railroaded through the
house. Every man who wants to be heard
en that 'measure befo-re ;the committee will
be given en opportunity.'1
Chelae for Bandar Ball.
Bundsy baa hall rose from' a lifeless con
dition today In the aenate and there Is a
chance the measure will get through the
upper houae when It cornea up for passage
tomorrow. The Ransom bill, which .failed
to pass jesterday, was brought up again
tndty on a motion to reoonalder. which
carried,' end the bill was changed to give
county commissioner the right to license
baae ball, theaters and golf playing on
Bunday. In this form it went through the
senate committee .of the whole and was
recommended for third reading by the sen
ate by a Vcte of 1ft to IS.
Th measure ts 8. F. 48, by Senator Ran
som and amends the general Bunday law
of th atate. The bill originally provided
for Bunday base ball and theaters and for
other sports 'provided they did not disturb
religious meetings, i In place of the provi
sion specifically permitting Bunday ball
and theaters, the measure was amended to
read: ."Provided that the county board may
grant permits for ball playing, theatrical
performances,' musical concerts, golf play
ing and other moral entertainments."
Senator; King' opposed on the ground It
we giving . tfto'orijfy" boaidXthe' right to
set aside a criminal ' statute. but ' Senator
Ransom showed that the statute In queatlon
waa not a criminal law, but the generally
recognised Bunday 'law, as It has existed
for forty yewta! 1
"With Benator Volpp Of Dodge In the
chair, the amendment proposed was carried
by,- a vote of IS to J I,' Senator Volpp casting-the
deciding Tcote.'- A motion by Brown
of Lancaster to recommend the bill for
Indefinite postponement failed, 11 to 13 and
It was recommended to pass without diffi
culty..' When Jhe bill was brought from the
ruttimlttro of the whole Senator Brown's
motion not to. concur, but to postpone th
bllt failed, 13 to IS, as follows: '
.Yeas Banning, Brown, Cain, Cox, Dlers,
King. Miller, Ollls. Randall. Raymond,
Thompson, Warren, Wlltse. 13.
iNays Uartos, Beaae, Uodinaon, Buck.
Burhnian, Fuller. Oammlll. Hatfield,
Henry, Howell, Ketchum, Klein, Lverty.
Myers, Ransom, Tanner, Tlbbeta, Volpp.
18.' - ; i :
,Atisent Donohoe. Majors. X. ,
HOt KB IIAI NEW DOCTOR BILL
Coratlaaa Caa't Fraetlca Wlthoat
, (ilTlaar Naaaes of All Members.
i ('.(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. 13. Speclal.)-The , fol
lowing; bill wer Introduced in the house
today: . .
M. R. 424, by Case of Frontier Authorising
precinct, township, city of the second clasa
or village to Issue bonds to aid In the build
Inn of steam or electric railroads.
JI. It. 4 by Holmes of Douglas To pre
vent corporations to advertise or practice
medicine unless th namea of all members
v Boy.'i.50 hrar n mirawnrrt
, Pants, 69c
We givs you a
new pair for every
pair that goes
. $iu.uu ana
i Boys' 75c madras, gingham, blue cambric and black Q
, sateen shirt waist blouses at '1C
Special Baaemeat Bargains in Clothing
Boye' kaee panU aulta. , QQA I
, worth uq fAl?.60i, at.
i 8tn!lIe tie tallco waleta'
agee 4 to lv at only, , ,
Mwk AU Dapt. loS. A-1M1
. ... .SOc
. . . . .toe
. . . . I9c
v . . 3 tc
f the- corporation are printed In the ad
vertisements. H. R. 4Lti, by Eastman of Franklin Pro
viding the complaining witness In a liquor
case shall be paid an amount equal to one
fourth tof the amount of the line assessed
against the defendant. -
H. R. 427, by Hoffernan of Dakota Joint
resolution asking congress what it has done
about buying the bridge across the Mis
souri river connecting with Sioux City. -
H. IB. 428. by Boyd of Hamilton Forbid
ding the uae of telephones in transmitting
IT. R. 4L"9, by Black of Lancaster Provid
ing In Lancaster county the county attor
ney may spend for the employment of
a detective to look up evidence.
H. R. 430, by fikednmn of Otoe Providing
for the appointment of a state beer Inspec
tor by the governor. "
H. R. 431. by Heffernan of Dakota Ask
ing congress to enact a law giving, to -the
Children and widows of soldiers their home
H. R. 432, by Holmes of Douglas Pro
hibiting the sale of cocaine, opium or other
such drug without a prescription from a
physician. - .
H. R, 433, by Henry of Holt Giving au
thority to the State Railway commission
to regulate the stringing of electrto wires
acroaa railroad tracks.
Ihe following bills were ected upon In
the committee of the whole: :
H. R. lM, by Miller of Custer Pure Seed
bill. Indefinitely postponed.
H. R, 48, by Raper of Pawnee For the
abolition of capital punishment. Indefi
H. R. 172, by Shoemaker Hereafter for
eign born residents must become cttlsens
before they are entitled to vote. Foreign
born residents who are now voting must
become cltlsens within five years or lose
their right of franchlae. For passage.
H. R. 173, by Bushee of Kimball Read
justment of school district boundaries by
petition' to county superintendents. . For
H. R. 171, by Bushee of Kimball Chang
ing the vote required to vote water works
bonds in cities under 10,000 from two-thirds
to simple majority. Indefinitely postponed.
H. R. 129. by Lekllgh of Otoe Charter
Bill for cities of frcm.l.OOO. to 00ji. For
fiv & ."' y KohTef -earWA1fc
for' state platform 'convention to be- held
In July before the etate primaries, chang
ing method of selecting delegates to con
vention and selecting party committees.
BASE BALL BILL RKCOMMKNDBD
Reconsidered by Scaate Give
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 18. tSpeclal.)
The senate paased th following bills:
3 F. 166, by King of Polk Providing
for the calling of a constitutional con
vention. Passed 23 to .
8. F. 34, by Banning of Cass-i-Increas-Irig'to
$4 a day the -compensation of
countv commlsslonera in email countiea.
S. F. Ill, by King of Polk Constitu
tional amendment providing the right of
appeal may be limited by law. A meas
ure to restrict appeala In minor lew-
UH."'k. 131, by Clark of RlchardsCn
Appropriating tl(.00 tor deficiencies at
the state penitentiary. ' '
S. F. 100, by Donohoe of Holt Provid
ing for nonpartisan Judiciary and achool
officers la state. and countiea,.. ... .
Senator Randall of Madlaon aaked per
mission to have expunged from the record
an explanation of his vote on the South
Omaha charter bill. S..F. 101, by Tanner.
When the bill was passed he Incorporated
la the record an explanation' reading': "
"I know nothing about thla. bill . and
The Douglas county - senator 'took" um
brage at the reference to his bit of legis
lation, and to square things Mr. Randall
made a public apology for his explana-
bands and suspen
suit from a
at lets than
ont'half their regular priv Positively
realtzs how geod the it are
until you see them. Thty are elegant i
a a j ' I a vw r i ajeir A a 6 M M m
J. : and
Enda Boy a' and Young Men'
PANTS SUITS S3.98
J ust one, two br three in a Jot. Hih bool '
l)6vs'. oolleffe bovs. husins mfc'V..'
' ; 7 J V . WVJ ' Jl fill J
i boys', that want to buy a long pants suit1
at about one-third of their valu, $7.50,'
.1L'.DU suits, ages; H :jt S'ZSS '
io t-y.r, at. ..... w. . . , . . , , , ,i .a.
60c black bibb over. , . r
alia fnr man- . . .
tl : .. .. ' ' V "
ovc cnua pia aulta.
rompers or creeper
STORES - fe
tlon and waa granted leave te have It
taken from the Journal.
Senator Howell of Douglas took occasion
to ce nan re the aenstor for his explana
tion and said that all legislation waa of
record and It was the duty of members
to study It and know what It related to.
On motion of Laverty of Saunders th
senate reconsidered the vote by which S.
F. 4. by Ransom, the Sunday base ball bill,
was killed yesterday.. The motion waa de
clared carried by a vote of II te IS. Of
those who had previously voted against the
bill. Srnator. Laverty, Besse, Dlers, Hat
field and Ketchum voted to reconsider and
Senator Klein, who voted for Sunday base
ball before,' opposed reconsideration. In
committee of the whole Ister the bill was
amended by striking out a proviso which
permitted Sunday theaters and base ball
and Inserting In Its stead a provision that
county boards might issue permits for play
ing golf, bssa ball and for the operation of
theaters on Sunday. The committee recom
mended the bill toi pass In this form and
the senate concurred by a vote of IS to IS.
Standing committees reported for Indefi
nite postponement S. F. S56, for the physical
connection of railroad lines at places where
the tracks are not more than (00 feet apart
and are at grade. The bill on request of
Senator Randall of Madison wsa placed on
general file In aplte of the recommendation.
B. P. 108, by Ollls, to abolish county as
sessors In counties of less than 20,000 popu
lation, was plsced on general file.
S. F. 10T, by Buck of Otoe, to repeal the
Sheldon law for a 1-mlll levy to raise money
to pay the stat debt, was placed on gen-
S. F. 34, King's reciprocal demurrage bill,
was Indefinitely postponed, the senate hav
ing already passed a demurrage measure.
S. F. 222, by Ollls, amending the anti-pass
law to permit dependents of persons dis
abled on railways and to permit linemen to
ride free on trains, wss placed on general
file, aa was S. F. 213, by Ollls. enlarging
facilities for stock shippers In securing
trsnsportatlon on railroads.
, In committee Of the whole the senate
ctd upon the following bills:
S. F. Rl, by Randall of Madlaon To pro
hibit drinking of Intoxicating liquor on
trains. The bill waa amended to give the
conductor police power on complaint of
rassengers and providing It shall not apply
to dining cars. Recommended to pass.
8. F. 164. by Bodinson of Buffalo Em
powering the Knd commissioner to fix the
rental value of school lands upon which
there are deposits of pumioe stona or
scouring material. Recommended to pa.
a F.. 182. by Ollls of Valley Providing
Tor the payment by the countv of the coat
of visiting every school In the county by
the county superintendent. Recommended
8. F. 4, by Randall of Madlson-Olvlng
the rarty to a law suit or his attorney the
right to designate .the newspaper In which
the notice of the suit shvll be pu Wished
Recommended to pass.
S F. 39, by Randall of M adlson-GlvIng
polloe Judges concurrent Jurisdiction with
county Judges in towns not county seats.
Recommended to peas.
F ,1Ul by Ransom of Douglas-Rajslng
the salary of bailiffs In Dougla county
from 175 to 1100 a month. Recommended
S. F. 174. by Raymond of Scott's Bluff
Permitting condemnation proceedings to
secure enlargement of private reservoir
or Irrigation works where such may be
deemed of pubiio good. Recommended to
a8:-.178, by ftsrmond of Scott w Bluff
Authorising the payment of Irrigation bonds
by Issue of refunding bonds of same or
C?1-of Interest. Recommended to pass.
i8,.F..?i.iby Kln,rJf. Ik-Material men
In furnishing material to sub-contractors
or contractors may have a lion on the
property under construction not to exceed
the contract price for the work. Recom
mended ro be postponed.
S. F. 138, by Raymond of Bootfs Bluff
Permitting majority instead of two-thirds
vote to declare for water works In small
cities. Recommended to. pass.
S. F. VIA, by Thompson of Cumlng-Mak-.
. "'d season on ' muskrats from
April 1 to January L Recommended to
8. F. legFor an experimental farm In
either Morrill county. Or Scott's Bluff
county , to - experiment .with Irrigation.
Recommended to be postponed, th cummit
tee of the whole, but recommended for
engrossment for third reading on the report
of the, committee to the senate.
The plan Is now. to. hav 2,000 copies of
th banking bill printed for general dis
tribution. A proposition to this end started
by the houae and brought up by the senate
wa made, but on objection of Senator
Ransom that It was In the nature of a
concurrent resolution It went over without
The following bills were introduced and
read for the first time:
8. F. 300. by Klein of Gage Cities of
second class may Issue water works bonds
to the amount of tl50,000. -'
S. F; 301. by Tlbbeta of Adams In taxing
grain broker assessor shall assess real
ratata and other tangible property sepa
rately, and tangible property shall not
pply to or Include grain on hand. Average
capital shall include ail grain bought dur
trg the year.' . . .
S. F. 302, , by J. E. Miller ot Lancaster
Auditor shall get rut annual statement of
value of policies of accident Insurance corn
paries and they shall deposit' with htm
botds. equal to net value of policies. Law
now requires deposit of 26 per cent.
riLBS CUI1KD l fO 14 OATS.
FAZO OINTMENT guaranteed to curt any
case of itch In, blind, bleedlnc or nrotrurtin.
Files in te 14 days or money refunded. 60c
SCHEDULE FOR WESTERN STANDS
Facts All Kaini to Maoraatea Whea
it Waa Adopted.
LINCOLN, Feb. 18. (Special Telegram.)
There will be no tinkering with the playing
echecrule of the Western league which was
adopted at the recent meeting In thia city.
A message received tonght from President
O'Neil at hla Chicago headquarters makes
an announcement to that effect. The in
equality In the number ot gamea played
between a few of the cluba was understood
by the club owners, but not explained to
Mr. O'Neil sfter the adojurnment The
magnatea are satisfied, In which event the
league prealdent atatea that be has no fur
SIOl'X CITY. Is., Feb. 18. That the Sioux
City club will not aak for the ajnending of
the schedule adopted by the Western league
magnatea at IJncoln la the statement of
Manager "Ducky" Holmes of the local team
who believes that the organisation haa a
right to violate its own rules if It desires.
"Tha mlxup waa caused by the switching
Of a series by the Pueblo and Dea Moines
clubs and the Lincoln and Topeka clubs,"
said Manager Holmes. "All the majtoates
were present at the time and the vhaogua
Were made with their consent. .:' .
"The Sioux City club stands for a aquare
deal for every club tn the lea iru Ami it
Topeka reels that it should make more than
no tripe to Sioux City 1 will be for m,l,.l
ulck Cboley wants. However, Sioux City
haa no kick coming."
Fast Basket Ball Game.
In the Sioux Olty bksket ball team the
Omaha High school team will meet a foe
worthy of ita steel, for 8loux City In its
last game won by a score of ltd to 30. This
game was with Cherokee, la., and Cherokee
ia supposed to have a good team. The con
test with Sioux City is scheduled for Sat
urday evening. The game will be played In
the gymnasium of the. Voting Men's Chris
tian association building. So far thia sea
sou both the Sioux City and OrntLha teams
have playvd hard and the coming game ia
looked forward to with mueh Interest. En
thusiasm Is strong in both schools and the
Omaha team is practicing bard. The lineup
for the Omaha-Sioux City game la as tol-
I- Nslsoa, Wtrts
. A I dries
Km. las L.0
Lsraioa, Triaibts kubl
u orsi, sciioa
Greea Bays latereat.
, LINCOLN. Feb. W.-Ouy W. tlreen has
purchased the Interest of John I. Smith in
the Lincoln baae hall franchise of the West
ern league and the consideration named Is
6.000. The bill of aala from Smith to Green
has been filed In the office of the county
clerk for record. The deed to transfer the
title from Green to Smith was filed for
reccrd with the county rep-later. Thla deed
recllea a consideration of S6.0C0.
Te Dtaaa.lv the Ualaa
of stomach, Uvsr and kidney troubles sad
cure biliousness and malaria, take Electrio
Bitter a ' Guaranteed. ' fc)u. For 'sale by
Beaton Drug C
DAILY BEE: FRIDAY., FEBRUARY 19. 1900.
MOVE TOWARD. WORLD PEACE
Preiident Declares Natural Beionrcei
Conference of Wide Importance.
LOOKS tO 0 ENSEAL ADVANCE
Chief Raeeatlre Oaeae Tra Days Ses
sion af raa-Aaaerleaa Caaveatlea
Preservatloa of Iteai
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1.-Wlth a view to
conserving the natural resources of the
United States, Canada and- Mexico, repre
sentatives of these governments, In addi
tion to many leaders- In the conservation
movement In this country gathered here to
day In attendance upon the North Ameri
can conservation conference. The delegates
to the conference, which waa called by
Prealdent Rboaevelt. assembled tn the east
room of the White House, where they were
received by Mr. Roosevelt preliminary to
holding a two days' session at the State
department.' ' The members of President
Roosevelt's cabinet and of the National Con
servation commission were also present.
Th commissioners from Canada and Mex
ico wtTe presented to the presldeht by Sec
retary of State Bacon, after which an ad
drese was made by Mr. Roosevelt. At Its
conclusion the conferee proceeded to the
diplomatic room of the State department,
where a brief address of welcome was made
by Olfford Plnchot. chairman ot the dele
gation. Then followed responses by the
visiting commissioners and remarks by
members of the cabinet and others.
Preeldeat Exteada Welcome.
Aftef extending on behalf of the American
people his heartiest welcome, the president
declared that nothing augured better for
the development of th entire continent
than this conference, "I feel," said the
president, "that this 'conference Is one of
the important steps that have been taken
in recent years, looking' toward the har
monious co-operation between the notions
ot the earth for the, common advancemont
"I believe that movement which . you
today Initiate ia of the utmost Importance
to this hemisphere and may be of the ut
most Importance to the world at large.
"I am anxious to do all fn my power
to work tn harmony for the common good
of all lnstesd of each working to get some
thing at the expense, of the others. Ulti
mately each ot us will profit Immeasur
ably If, 'Instead -of striving to advance by
trampling down the j Other, each strives to
advance together for common advance
ment." POSTAL BILL PASSED
(Continued from First Page.)
took his 'seat that he did not wish at that
time to have rule No. 1$, which prohibits
any senator from speaking twice on any
question on .the same day, enforced, but
he appealed to senators who had spoken
several times not to delay the senate busi
ness unduly. .
Reply of Mr. La Follette.
Mr. La Follette I ad remained standing
while those remarks, were directed toward
him. He-declared that he did not ask th)
Indulgence of r.ny senator lit respect to
the rules. Me salcThe exDected them to be
enforced and. believed that they, had been
enor c . J with undue strictness in reference
to, .l-linself, lladded . that If he was.
Infringing a rule"" he' might 'delay his brief
reply until arrtaemendment had been
acted upon. i
"It is of Tittle value',!! said, "to utter
contradiction here to much that had
been said; It wolifd .merely put the word
of one senator againat that of. another. I
have not attended the meeting of some
of the committees to which I wss assigned.
I attended the meeting of th committee
cn claims once or twice. Not feeling that
I could render service of value on It I
asked to be relieved from membership on
tl at committee. I have been reasonably
diligent on the committee on- Indian affairs-"
'It is the' unanimous testimony-.of Its
members that you have failed to attend
these meetings," interposed Mr. Penrose
I would have more confidence' In" the
.i.i.m.nt " renlled Mr. La Follette, "If
senators on 'that- committee made that
declaration themselves;. I was absent from
i ha asnata two months at the last session.
being confined, tq my. home In this city by
Hirers. I was absent during the nouuays
a week during this session while I wa
at my home superintending the publlcstlon
of a magsslne In wntch I am Interested
and that seemed fiecessary to the success
of the businese a that time."
Looking toward the- eenator from renn-
sylvanla, he continued:.
Aralnat hla coarse and vulgar aasauu. i
put my record since I have been a member
of this body."
Then, looking about ths chamber, Mr. L.a
You can take no course which will deter
me from exercising my right on this floor
to express my views on legislation and the
orderly conduct of the businese of this body.
If you were better acquainted wltn me you
would know that."
The aenate then lapsed into the ordinary
business of hearing additional amendments
of the bill read.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE
Coatrnversy Over Salary of Secretary
f State Is Settle.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18. The controversy
over the legislative appropriation bill In
connection with the much discussed salary
of the secretary of state Involving the eli
gibility of Senator Knox for that office waa
aetlled In the houae of representatives to
day when the bill was sent to conference
and the committee authorised to consider
the salary provisions as If In disagreement.
Thl glvea the committee power to reduce
the pay from llt.OOO to tS.OCO. Its former fig
ure. -The republicans were caught napping
when a reotutlon by Mr. Fltsgerald was
adopted disagreeing to the senate amend
ments creating the offices of under secre
tary and fourth assistant secretary of state.
The bill codifying and amending the panel
htws of the United States was paased and
the fortification appropriation bill dis
cussed. Vigorous attacke on the house rules
wer madu by Measra. Hubbard and Hep
burn of Iowa. The latter asserted 'that
members had betrayed their truat and pros'
irated themselves at tlva feet of the speaker,
who, he said, had been made a tyrant.
The bill as pending when the house, at
s it p. m., took a recess until 11 a. m. to
morrow. , '
faeaateaia "a.4vrs a wrtaa.
Pneumonia' often follows la grippe, but
aever follows the use of Foley's Honey and
Tar, for la grippe coughe and deep sea tad
oolde. Refuse any But the genuine la tae
yellow package. Bold by all druggists.
Black I ara laaaaaar Klcetloa.
TANKTON. g. D.. Feb. WtSpeclal Tele
gram) At the annuel meeting of the Tank
ton Stock Tarda Company, W. If. Edmuada
was, elected 'president ;,F". L.' Ciles, "Sioux
City, vice president; a'rauk Dudley, secre
ENTIRE HAMLETS WIPED OUT
Offirlal la velatlaa Beta Made
F.steat af Perelaa Eartaqeake
af l.aat Maatfc.
TEHERAN, Feb. 18. The government of
Burujurd. a town Ir. southwestern Persia,
haa sent out agents to Investigate the
damage wrought by the earthquake of
January 23. The center of disturbance ap
parently was two days' Journey from
Burujurd. Up to the present time only
meager reports have come Into Tchersn.
Ths devastation was particularly severe In
the mountainous region between Burujurd
end Lurlstan province. It has been al
feady established that fifteen villages were
wholly or partially destroyed and It Is estt
n attd that the total number will undoubt
edly be more than fifty.
Only a small proportion of the Inhabitants
cf the area where the shocks were most
sevtre escaped. Some villages disappeared
completely and no trace can be found of
the hamlets of Bah rem and Leben. It
appears that not a single soul belonging
to these communities waa left alive. A
severe earthquake was felt at Ispahan, 100
miles away, the morning of January 23.
The fact that there were no foreign
consuls anywhere In the neighborhood ac
cevnts for the delay of nearly a month In
the receipt of the news here, but delays
of this kind era very characteristic of
occurrences In Persia.
FEDERAL C0URJAT HASTINGS
March Term of Soath Platte Dlvlslaa
Coaveaea Rlghth Day af
The March term of the federal court for
the Hastings district of the South l'latt
federal division will convene March 8.
These have been summcned as the federal
petit Jury for the term, to report at 9:30
a. m., March 8:
John Delnes of Fairfield, H. N. Austin ot
Inland, Ed Anderson of Sutton, John Alex
ander of Nelson. N. Pv Scott of Lawrence,
Martin Hull and Georgo Oarltck of Ruskln,
Frank P. Clark of Hastings, J. S. Largent
and R. B. Thompson of Guide Rock, O. Y.
Denny of Bladen, B. F. Hudson of Rose
mont, Harry McCue of Lowell, J. M. House
hold, E. H. Hungan and J. S. Cooper of
Newerk, Frank Danlelron of Mlnden, Olaf
Hawklnson of Heartwell, Henry Cox of
Wilcox, B. H. Fattlg, Benton Jackson,
Grant Clemmons and R. D. Ready of River
ton, T. C. Bradley, Grant Wollcott and
James Glerens of Holdrege, T. T, Barr of
Atlanta. Horace Phelpa and Lewis Clark of
Orleans, Frank. Tripe, J. 8. Coady and Fred
Girts of Stamford, Lewis Glldersieeve, J. F.
Erwln and H. T. Moore of Alma and W. A.
Frahm of Red Cloud.
A Shooting; Scrape
with both parties wounded, demands Buck
Ion's Arnica 6alve. Heals wounds, sores,
burns or injuries, toe. For sale by Beaton
Commerce) Commissioner Ifarlaa Talc
lag; Testimony on Tariffs te
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 18. The equity of the
railroad rates from St. Louis to points in
the southwest In connection with rati and
water and all water rates from New York
and other eastern point to Texas, was the
subject of an inquiry which began here to
day before Interstate Commerce Commis
sioner Harlan, r--Among the organisations
Interested In the case are, the Merchants
eadhan ge. St. '..Louis ; . Chicago. Association
of Commerce; Business Men's league, St.
Louis; Western Fruit Jobbers' association,
Fort Worth Freight bureau and Travelers'
SEWARD WOMAN A SUICIDE
Mrs. Edward . Weha Hanca Herself
After Setting; Fire te
SEWARD, Neb., Feb. 18. Mrs. Edwa'd
Wehn dramatically killed - herself this
morning. Setting fire to her house In sev
eral different places, she went to the gar
ret, lighted her own clothes and hanged
herself to a rafter. The firemen quickly
put out the flames, and after a aeaich,
found the woman's partly cremated corpse.
She was a sister of ths Iste Tobias Castor
ot Wilber, Neb., one of the early railroad
builders of Nebraska. Her husband Is a
druggist. Sudden insanity Is the only ex
BANKER RAMSEYJS CONVICTED
X'tttabarsrer ladlcted After Graft Ex
posure Found Guilty of Briblaa;
Coanellmaa Klein. ..
PITTSBURG, Feb. 18.-W. W. Ramsey,
former president of the German National
bank, waa 'today found guilty aa indicted
In connection with the recent (raft ex
posures. The Jury returned a sealed ver
dict last night which waa opened when
court convened today.
Ramaey was accused of bribing Council
man John F. Klein by giving htm 117.600,
for which Klein was to secure the passage
of an ordinance making tha bank a de
pository for city funds.
Mrs. Aaaa Caval.
Mra. Anna Chval, wife of V. Chval, 120
South Sixteenth atreet, died Wednesday
everlng at t o'clock of atrophy of the
liver. Mrs. Chval has lived in Omaha for
about twenty-three years and is survived
by seven children, all married. Her hus-
tary and manager, and Charles P.
J r Dry coal does not weigh as much aa wet (oal."
f I The leaa coal weighs the more of it In a ion. .. 1
I I Wet coal la not only heavier, but the dug and dirt stick v
II to It. '
1 Dnst, dirt and water add to the weight', but not to the
value. . ' . i:
I 1 ' All Sunderland coal Is stored In water-tight, weather-
proof buildings. . '
W THERE'S A DIFFERENCE. V. j I
V Sunderland Bros, Co.
X 2th YEAR. ' - ' ' i
114 HARNEY fcT. ' '' 'X
v Both Phones. -yf S
BOYD'S s'unda'y FEB. 21st gffifr
Wed. e Sat.
FIRST TIME n OMHIIA
KLAW A CRLANORR't MA1VS
DlrMt trnm Ita Malf-Vaar Trtaasaa la
h9 Tark an thlosto.
PSIOSIt S5o, 50a, TSe, SI. fl.BO
Vopnlar Wed. Mat., SSe to 1.00
GUNDAY NIGHT, FEB
. BY THE
85 musicians 85
Reeerved Heat Sale Opens Friday,
miCES: 50c, 75c and SI. 00
band died about three wecka ago of heart
disease on the Sixteenth street vladuot
The funeral will be lield Saturday after
noon to the Bohemian National cemetery.
BEATRICE, Neb., Feb. la.-(Speela! Tele-
gram, N. C, Myers, for msny years a
real estate dealer of this city and a promi
nent Mason, died here today after a pro
longed Illness. lie was 6 yes i s of age
and leaves a wife and three children.
NO TREATING IN SOUTH DAKOTA
iw Goea te
PIERRE, 8. D., Feb. 18. (Special Tele
gram.) "Come on, boys, what'll you have?"
la tabooed in South Dakota from this time
on, the senste today passed the house anti
treat bill without any discussion on the
proposition, and there is no doubt as to the
action of the governor on the bill when It
gets Into his hands.
' The senate also sat down on the bill of
the Sioux Falls Elks club, which was ask
ing for the privilege of serving liquors with
out a license. Bates supported the bill, but
found no help along that line, but a number
ready to oppose the measure- Williams op
posed on moral grounds, saying the club
with their white shirt, stsnd-up. collar at
tempts to evsde ths law was making drunk
ard.. TbOretwn. apposed on the ground "mat-
he oould not vote to allow a club to run IW
saloon.-without- a license; ' gcrogga Said he
was an Elk, . but waa .opposed to ths bill,
and if any club wanted to sell liquor it
should be compelled to tske out a license
as any other dealer would. Curtis and An
drews were against the bill and it waa as
flat aa etale beer when the reeult of the
vote 'was announced. :
The senate also passed the senate general
banking bill 'and with,' but one dissenting
vote the house bill to. establish a tubercu
losis hospital at Custer.
, The house committee had reported ad
versely on the Brady anti-cigarette bill,
but he got It .onto 'the calendar for dis
cussion, and It will. Je. out. In tie open .for.
The old soldiers of the house, who this
morning defeated the resolution asking
congress to establish a civil war officers'
annuity roll, reconsidered their action In
the afternoon' and passed the resolution
after amending K te includa enlujted. men.
The stats halt Insurance proposition was
discussed In committee of the whole with
Erlcke'Trr;: .Whitingvand- Taylor supporting
It and Wyman and Forbls opposing, the
latter wanting the state to take up all lines
of Insurance if they took any. The bill
went back to committee.
The abov Is the - name of a German
chemical, .which Is one of the many valua
ble lngrdlenta ot Foley's Kidney Remedy.
Hexamethylenetetramln Is recognised by
medical text bcoks and authorities aa a
uric acid aolvent 'and antiseptic tor the
urine. Take Foley Kidney Remedy as
soon a you notice any Irregularities, and
avoid a serious maludy. Sold by all drug
gists. Aato Coiapaay falls.
SPRINGFIELD, O.. Feb. . Application
tor a receivership tor the Oscar Lear Auto
mobile company waa mads today by Harry
C. Downey, a stockholder. The assets,
$3te,0uQ; Indebtedness, .144,140.
Foley's Orine Laastlvs rur-s constipation
and liver trou4s and make the bowels
healthy and regular. Orlno la superior to
pills and tablets as K doss not gripe or
nauseate. Why take anything else. Bold
by all druggists.
WOODWARD STOCK COMPANY
Tonight, Friday, Saturday Mat., Sat.
Th Stirring Southern War Drama
"OH PAROLE" -
Stary XU1 la Title mole. rorui.AB rmicsa.
BULLETIN No. 5
Ani sow for another fttlsrs la "Ths Roano-''
ts." la ihst vast. Illimitable seen which kos
th mountain! so caaroni of Aritona Ui hare,
Jack Parton. baa found hla rival. Dirk Lane, dr '
Ing et thirst Th laatana ha mtka4 them,
an en aavai creepa us th path of th -Aaron
te aiarSar tkaai. Tha suit lane It MM wH .
ieltninL At s dlaay height tha a rat leaoe,.,
r th alltf to fir at tha man balo. Mat, tic.
a klat n4 fir flraC Th Indian plungaa tof
ward, sa It loka I thought h would fall r(
fL But hi dead body bans halt orr Oi olitf '
and May thar. Than com that wonderful bat-'"
tl that makaa the people stand up and shear.' '
WATCH THIS SPOT I
MORI ABOUT THB "ROUND-UP
TOMORROW " "'
Mat. Sverr Day ill. Xvary Bright )ilS
Kandnr'a Miniature Clrcua. Adeltare- Dun
lap, Frank MoCormack -and , Company
Madge Fox. A. O. Duncan. LeOair and
Sampson, Frank White and Lew tSimmons. '
Joe La Fleur, Ktnodrom. . , i
Prlcea 10a, 25o and too, , .. ,
TONIGHT MAT. TUE8. and -SATURDAY
The thrilling melo-drania,
"IT'S NEVER TOO LATE .
. TO MEND.' "7
SUNDAY MJtS. TEMPLE S TELEQBAM.
Phnnes; Doug laoS; Jnd A-110
Kails Tnesdajr, Thursday, Saturday
The New Iadlne Woman
mauds LEoifa aa
Vaxl Weak "gAFKO."
Extra Matin Vast Monday. Washing
ton's Birthday. .
ROLLER SKATING '.
Saturday Afternoon and Evening
Admission 10c. ' ::' '"Skates 20c
Nr. Ralph Clarkson
ON SPANISH ART ..- .
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Nineteenth and Davenport Streets.
Friday Evening, February 19th, .at
8:18. Admission, SOc..-
. are answered In our bpw.C
booklet. "Men'a togs." ffoM
1909, just off the press. '.,
When you're Jn doubfy
what to wear on: gpeclal; ofy'j
caelona, juat look' on the lastV
page for the correct thtag
When you get . ready - foifN
your Spring Clothes, thdr 3j0 V
or more authoritative draw-i
inga will be a big- help. ' ;H
This "Book of Ahl
awers' yours fora
tete v . - i
WHERE TO BAT.
THE PAXTON ? !Ji
Dinner anaelsJ rahniar la tana
ruinu, per uos., euc; nair .den..
Coney Island Clam Chowder, 16e;;lialf,
vunaoinme a la ciaremont, lie: 'half
Hi Iced Tomatoes, 2bc. 15c
lettuce with Uasr. l&a I'.i.rii -m.
Cucumbers, 16c Olives, 16o Outons, l?
rlrolled Live IltiMlsr u-hnla l- h.n .,
lievllrd Crab en Coguille, pair, 40c; on, Sir .
Finnan iiaddle, steamed or grilled, tOo.4 J
. half, Zic . I ZJ'
rnea nt rorx counts and Bacon, t-
half dosen, JBo i
Broiled Spanish Uackei-el a la Hotelierv
60c; half, 0o. ,1'
Fried Labrador timelts TailAr, Sauce,' 40y
Imlf, 26o . . , .'-. I
Boiled Columbia Klver halmon Kgg Sause)
40c; half, 26o " .'
New England Boiled Dinner, 40c; halt,
Koast Prim Klba of Beef au Jua, 4ue,' '
half, iic :
Domestic Duck Ktuffed, Apple Saucer. 64c:.'
half, 80e ' V:-
Baked Individual Chicken Pie. 41c lt
Codfish Cakes, bauce Bechamel, )6c:
Bakad Pork and Beans, Family Btyli
H teamed Potatoes. Hie I
Mashed Potatoea, loo Cauliflower, 3C,
nai xieaus, iuu rugar coin, so
Candied Sweet Potatoes. 15o ' !'
Fresh Iibster Kalad, 40c Fruit tialad, 2tt
Peach Pie. 10c Mince Pie. Hlc
Pineapple Cream PIh, 10c Applu Pie. lvc.
tngllsh Plum Pudding. Hard and uranCM
Fridav n Fish Day
. .: wiaiwfiU r 'il.j
1411-13 Doula,St '
Mea! Tickets Frea a! Hanson's
Every person who takea a meal a( Toif
Hanson s baaenient restaurant may jjus
the uuiiiber who vl.lt tlirt durliia tha
day. Kvcry day th nearaut guesa win'
meal oook. ' , i
Toll HansoH's lunch Room -
The most attractive, brlcheat. alrl-at'
and most ecoitotnltal lunch room' In Umui.t
Meiook Free al TTTT.
CUC53 NUMBER SERVtDNEACH Dt'.
Table L41toU' Dinner- -
Every Aiutday aa4 Holiday