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1HE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH. 31, 1000.
Hall Don. 1 BOTH THQWK
Our New Spring Skirts to
rr ..1 Your Special Measure
?t ' :,,rpn,Uhvi)eautifultM That i what we hoard all day
Mroidaj. From parly in thejnorninK women were busy choos
ing dress poods and leaving their orders for a man-tailored
'skift' to 'their special measure. The new styles we are ehb.w
itig are TTftty.aud practical.
.NOTE Select material for a new petticoat to: match
your new shirt and have it made to your special measure.
: -SPECIAL "EASTER SALE OF RIBBONS.
Furo silk,.ljffetasjbbons, in all the leading plain colors,
worth up'lo 25c yard on sale this week only, at, yard 15c
"' See ortier window.
.Bee J -
a-outd - hf vr-i: by nthr .legislature if
not by thl on. ',
t.tjffitmmtndf rrlmmrr B.I1I.
The hq;js. njrynirneniled for passage the
Ollls' fritnary MM. H.'r'! 'T09.'" after refusing
to 'mvletfW sinVhdWnt by Thima of
Iou;la'' TtVlflUnir r ! rkm primary
The bill came t Jhs oua. vrovldliia- that
liny membr of ftjiy political party eligible
te at ,f.he ,vrrlm?ry . could vote, any
he l.d;W, if 'pilots . being '.In
t torn. i'-Ai " . - ."
blanket fort. 4y ,yv V-i
ThomM mWC'ed to change this to conform
to Jhe, ppesyUiw jitlut, .every .derriqcrat
i-oijld .participate Jq ,a,enjocratlc primary
without1 an v Interference from reDUbllcan
and. ...repJlf amy. .cpuljl. 9ndiK their prl-'J
marlea wlthiut Interference from' demo
crats. But the house would have' none of
It. 'TarTo!- yf"YoYk iarfd1 NrttlMon of Clay
spoke tfor'thtr'clbsert 'fhr.rfry. rit It had
np-effect 'lark'Vt WftmaVflson' told' th
houM'lnrfripfsrt'frftry tfaH ln the Interest
of the democratic party and that settled
it. araff and,Taylor o Custer and others
spotfe- "ifri,,'tnc "bin: s 'TTcame' "from the"
senaue.'.lt' VWie(Mftal the Independent'
vorer . sbfctdd IKvaftwWin6rtuntty to get
In nntltrf jirtWiafy w'hoMt' telling anybody
to tiU pfcitV Alley 'belonged: Keltr of
Furnas trtoMey!fo take" t are of th lnrfcperid
ent voters by placing on the blanket bflirot
another ticket' for-th Joenef it of the In
dependenf.atoter wfctr ttm names. ef all the
randtefcttnn n tli'tonf thnv.wtui not adopted.
80 -dead were-fe' democrats-' not to
ohajisethe bill malt rame from-the senate
that wtfenr'Ttoomaw ftafred an amendment
for fj 'orractlon . tc was -lost.' Then he ex
platneeVTnatJ h Mir prodded that In cities
where registration-- required) -no elector
may- vote 'unless he Be a first voter or had
moved" lrttYf trrfe f r'eclnVt sfpee the regitra
Hon dy. tlo nSei'elv'' desired to Insert "no
unregistered 'neftjre tffe V-ord elector.'
Then U)e house aceexj Jo adopt, the amend
ment The lli'l was then recommended for
passage..,, ;r, v .."
NonpsirtlaSMft Jadtvfary. ReeorapLPiuIed
OYec'the-irotests of sVrl ef- tlia' lead
ing members of the house- 'the Donohoe
nonpartisan Judlelary blli,., which passed
the senate, was recommendod for passage
In the hoyt.ie'SlatUprovldsa Jlhat the
Judiciary and trie' state superintendent 'shall
be .ejected, .without regard to party nonj
I iM.tirff in po. party de'lKntlon "hall fol.
low. he ..i4uw of tive,andldate on the
ballot. Wilson nf. Fo1; a democrat,' se
cured In amemimeiit to' (tie Dill, providing
that caoild'ates tor.. chief Justice and for
supreme judges shall -file a petition signed
by 6,000 persons before their name shall
be en, the"d ket Othr shall file a petl
tlod)' signed by 1,000. Jfot mote then .too
names shall be ssourednln. Any one .county.
TAylor of York,' a Republican, made the
principal speech against the measure, and
he pointed out that fi a lawyer he had
never had occasion to complain, of th par
tisan feeling of any Judge. He. told the
members of the house, they would -regret
If t,he bill was passed He .pointed" .out
how special Interests'' aoujd 'centef; -ops the
candidates they wanted elected affep se
f Tea "S. (ireen Trading Stamp will be gtrrn Free to any
Trson present (rtjg. their book at our store.
Etch purije lg entitled to double amount of Green Trading
a amp two donarg' worth of stamps for one dollar' worth of jlr
CV5? , , Our liberality, to, tbe public is not questioned by anyona
ita&tfMM H.yAt tore. , . , ?r' "
' Iv1! ?'"fjat. T hold Saturday and Monday, hlobli atilt
rfntlSMff, otrWloaVa, aults, klrts. hlrt walsta arvd pettlcoU ar tb
biggest "rtJtlM-Miat were ever offered to the public. We tlll have a
good Uf'alK in or $30.00 suit which' we fedue'e for thla aale
at $tV9S,i ,ajith, 22,,00 suits at $12.50. '. press Hrt , ralues op
to U,0A. U 11 -M ud , $4.95. Extra wide petttroats W. H ahades.-
It Mn5,aVi:M'' 1?earrbloora flnlBl Ptticp;...rfgnUrly sold
',1 98$L:MpVftUn hlrt walsta, gorgeously, laced,. la alt th.
leedlrtg1 rfhtfdetf. Values up to $8.00. at $3.85. Ppr, Irish linen wateU
artld everywhere at $.6.00. at $2,95. We haTehe'StuK
hlarhlylncedj 'RmBlre .dresses.- In all color, values up to $2fl 00 at
M' mper dreasea at $2.98. ' ' ' "
1 h T
KKACK ILL DTfcI. A-l4
29 - 09.
curing a large number of candidates to run
and elect the men they wanted. ,
But It had no effect; ' The . democrat
believe under the bill they would nave a
chance to elect a member of the, supreme
bench and some district judge.
.Noyes Goes Horn.
Owing ieath In., the family of his
brother, RepVesentatlve Noyes of Cass
county was excused this morning for the
remainder of the . session. Mr. Noyes
thankeU the house": for the ;. courtesy ex
tended' to hint at all times, both from the
mlnprlty and msjorlty members, and ex
pr;?'d his. warm .personal friendship for
each ipember. .'. , .
Senators Wosia Hpul Mcr.
The Douglas county senator are not neg
lecting any chance to get the good will of
members 'Of the legislature, a was made
manifest today by their championing meas
ures for' normal school appropriations in
liortV' Nebraska. It Is a safe prediction
that the fruit of their action will be mani
fest before the close of the session on cer
tain pending measures, possibly the phys
ifflrvaliiatlon fcnd ktndTed bills.
Today 'the sensie-went on focord In favor
of buying1 the-Waynj Normal school for
o;W ahtl'for start Ihg "a normal school In
north wMV Nebraska fer J36.000. The propo-
stt ion- t6: Institute a school at Alnsworth
was - turned down; though the - Douglas
county senators favored placing the three
propositions on general file for considera
tion all together.
If the bills ere passed the many friends
-of these measures In both house and senate
tire likely to feel less- compunction when
they are called - upon to take qut of the
physical .valuation measure certain provi
sions, that are objectionable to some. ,
Ransont s. Favors Liberality.
Senator JUuisom made an extended speech
1n favor.of buying the Wayne Normal. He
was preceded by Senator Wlltse, who sup
pose he. was waging a losing fight. Mr.
Wlltse begged the member to provide , a
much for educating children In a section
of the state not well provided as they did
"for exhibiting bulls, and steers for six day
on tii o fafr' grounds at Lincoln.
Senator' Ransom followed by declaring the
total amount of the appropriation 'bills of
the legislature-Was immaterial; whether it
was larger than ever before ws Immater
ial; what was material was whether every
body tthat needed it had been taken caro of.
"Let rus 'get down 'hers and consider these
bills as men,-not as republicans or-democrats,"
urged Senator. Ransom with his
mind's eye on certain pending amendments
which, the house must recede from before
he can sleep peacefully.
Senator Howell had criticised Mr. Miller,
chairman of the committee, for not favor
ing these bills. -and yet not . forgetting a
single chance for a Lincoln Institution.
"And I wll remind the gentleman from
Douglas," replied Senator Miller, "that Lan
caster has not received as much relatively
in the number of her .institutions as some
other places,, and I will also remind him
that other have bean laboring for an a
propriatlpn for the. Douglas, county .Institu
tion . which might .have gone by default
arcli 31 Is
Pay at Bilz's
From now on till Easter we place on sale
100 suits of Dure worsted trln. .1...
popular this season, in all possible shade
Positive values up to $10. aj
. Our Skirts are the best we ve'rVoffered at
in. p.rtT.v,.1.ue.". ..... $4.95-$7.95
... Extra wide, heavy taffeta Pettloats, flQC
standard price. $7 0, at ,..M
piease you to see our new Lingerie
ii colors, values (l QC 1 as
('ramed Pictures, size, 23x2$,
$2 so Mohday abd Tuesday.
... inqiuaing &.uo in Stamps.
.Msn $1 00 Coat Khlrts. en
fur , ..j.-.,. 5JC
Including $5.00 8. A H. Qreen Trading Sumps.
Men' Rubber Collar, te
Including $1.00 8. a- H, Green Trading Stamps.
Men's and ladles' guaranteed Huse, 7C
pair In a box for...; JC
Other dealers' price $1 $ to $1.00. Including
$1.00 In stamps.
Men tOc Euspenders WC
(Including $2.00 In Stampa.)
.Ladles' Bursnn Hose, fin lisle thread.' 'the
only hose on the market ml thou r mm acruss .
the toe. No ssam Is better tliaa the "C
very best snan, pair . JC
$1.00 In stamps Included '
ttOO doxen men' fancy plain color Bocks. t6o
grade, lisle quality. $ pali- . . ,
Including $l'.00''in Stamps''"
Full line of yarns, beads, rut Jewels, psrts
patterns, all styles. All seams in.
' allowed IUC
. W g We ft. a K. BUxap ob erery psurebaae.
through the Indifference of the Douglss
county members." .
It was here that Senator Ransom jumped
In nd said there, was no quarrel with. Lan
caster, that brothers should dwell together
In unity and while there Is money left In
the treasury there Is hope.
Then he added: "It 'is not alone at the
hustings that we progress, but In the legis
lature." The vote on the Wayne bill was a tie.
M to IK. . Lieutenant Governor Hopewell
decided the vote by ordering the bill to
Ther seemed to be little difference of
opinion over the Chase bill, which provide
that a school shall b established In north
west Nebraska, and It will probably go
through. ' '
tioveraor Kntertalns Members.
Governor and Mrs Shallenberger gave a
farewell reception to the members of the
legislature . and all the employes at the
executive mlraston tonight. The legislature
will adjourn before the end of the week
and It was the desire to have the entire
membership meet once more together In a
social way before the end.
" Death Blow to Initiative ,
The populists and Mr. BrySn were given
the axe by the senate today when the
upper house Indefinitely postponed the In
itiative and referendum bill. The measure
upon which consideration was begun yes
terday was disposed of after a brief ar
gument by Senators King and Denohoe.
The motion by Oills of Valley, not to con
cur lr the unfavorable report of. the com
mittee, but. to recommend the' bill for third
reading, failed fifteen to eighteen, as fol
lows: . , r
Te Banning. Rodinson, Rrown, Buhr
man, t'aln. . Dlers, Donohoe, Hatfield,
Henry; Miller, Ollls, Randall, Tibbets, Ray
mond, Ketchum 15. . - -
No Bartos. Bease.' Buck. Fuller. Qam
nilll. Howell. King. Klein. Laverty. Majors.
Myers, Ransom. Tanner, Thompson. Volpp,
Warren, Wlltse. Cox IS.
IlOlTIR PROCEEDINGS OP HOVftB
Nnanber of Senate Bills Taken X'p
(From a Staff Correspondent).
LINCOLN. March . (Special.) The
house passed the following bills on third
S. F. 123, by Volpp of Dodge Permitting
mutual Insurance companies to grant an
nuities. . . ,
8. F. 137. by Buhrman Prohibiting the
stste from taking any of the pension money
or members of the soldiers' homes.
8. F. 104, by Bodinson Permits the re
moval or gravel from school lands. '
8. F. 142, by Bartos of Saline Provides
for railroads to Install telephones In their
depots, offices ana buildings.
S. F. 115. by Meyers of Rock'-Prohtblt
the drainage of natural lakes.
8. F. 2R2, by Banning of Cass Provide
for the brandlnnof cream cans.
S. F. 408, by Ransom of Douglas Correct
ing an error or ovtrslght In the recently
passed Omaha charter bill.
8. F. Mb, by Bartos of Saline Limiting
the liability or hotel keepers. -
S. F. 10, by King of Polk Providing an
accusation tax on all corporations.
8. F. 4, by Buck of Otoe--The pare seed
The house - adjourned - at 12 o'clock until
3:30 In order that the member might at
tend the funeral of. the late Warden
Beemer of the state penitentiary.
ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS OP SENATE
Permission Given to Sac Stat 1 for
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, March 80.-4 Special. ) The
senate today ordered to third - reading H.
R. 1S9, appropriating $90,000 to' buy -the
Wayne Normal school site and buildings
for the state, to be used as a normal
school. - '
The finance committee recommended 'the
Alnsworth Norywil school bill ' to be post
poned and ItWas agreed to. ' '
H. R-' 232. by Chase of Dawes, appropri
ating IS.O00 for a normal school In north
west Nebraska was reported for caasag
by the finance committee, amended to
carry $36,000. The house agreed to the re
Permission was given G. D. Follmer to
sue the state to secure the $1,600 alleged to
be due for Fa J. Murfln. who acted a at
torney for him in the Boyd county - land
The general malntnenance bill was passed
on third reading.
REAL INDIAN S FRIENDLY
Nebraakan. Carlisle OrdasatSi Bar
. Troable Makers Are NeajreA
Half breeds., .
PHILADELPHIA, March 90.-Albert H
Nash, a full-blooded Indian, who. . was
graduated from the Carlisle Indian school
In 1897, today made a statement about the
Indian outbreak In Oklahoma in which he
said: - ' - ' ' -
"I was born out West, a member'of "the
Winnebago tribe, of the si ate' of Nebraska'.
I know for a face that the real. Amerlcjui
Indian la friendly toward the government
and does not care to war anymore. We
realize there are but a few of us left
and know our chance In war Is mighty
small When there are but 300,000 of us
compared to nearly 100,000,000 of the white's
army of people.
"These so-called Indians who are creat
ing lot of disturbance are not Indians,
but a band of outlaws. They are the very
lowest' type' of mankind, thieves, robbers
and murderers.. Most' of them are 'half
breeds' and 'Mexican greasers.' ss we
term them out west. Pome of them are
half African . a.nd half Mexican.-They get
up In arms In the guise (if 'Indians, and
when they are subdued they, try.'to.plsy
on the sympathy of the United Statea gov
ernment. And ' the real good, peaceful
American Indian gets the brent of. It all.
Most of the trouble among' .the American
Indians today has been caused tty, these
outlaws. We feel, that tne United 'States
government should rid us of these ma
rauders snd begin It by. punishing them
to the full extent of the law."
"My $ year-old oey wn nadir consti
pated, had a high fever and was in an
awful condition. I gave him two dese of
Foley' Orlno Laxative, and the next morn
ing the fever was gon and h was entirely
welL' Foley' Orlno Laxative-saved hla
life." A. Wolkuah. Caa.msr. Wis. jr0f (Sle
by all druggists.
raaeral nf Prederlrk W. Miller.
FALI-d CITY, Neb.. March ).'- Special.)
Frederick. W. Miller, who was found
dead-ln .hls room at-the Royal hotel In
Lincoln on Friday, was buried here Mon
day afternoon. Mr. Miller was 69 years
of age and had lived In this county since
1S63. He was well . known, having been
deputy secretary of stale for six years,
two years under Secretary Galusha and
four years under Secretary Msrtfi. He
leave a wife and nine children. Emma
Smith of Dallas. Tex.. Elisabeth Miller of
Lincoln, LI la Ward of Tecumseh. Frit
Miller of Missoula. Mont, and Carl,
Dorothy, Raymond, Harold and Margaret
I f this city.
Rev. Joseph Peter Melatyr.
SEATTLE. March JO Joaeph Peter Mc
Intyre, chaplain of the battleship Oregon
during its memorable run from the Puget
sound navy yard around Cape Horn to
Santiago, died here today from nervous
disorders resulting from services during
the Spanish-American war and by shock
caused by exposure following the Ran
Franc' sco earthuuake and fire. He was a
bmther of Bishop Robert Melntyre of St.
Paul and Is well known In Denver, Chicago
nd Sen Francisco. ....
Dr. If. I" Matthews.
AUBURN. New.--. March S0.-(Specll.)-
Dr. H, L. Mstthew died at bis home In
thla city this morning, after a prolonged
Illness. Dr. Matthew was on of ths first
physicians to practice In this prt of the
state, - coming to Rrownvllle In an early
day, when Rrownvllle. waa Nebraska's capl-
tsl. Dr. Matthews wss 89 years of age
and leaves a wife and three children, Zora,
Pearl and Pattie:"
NEBRASKANS HONOR MACOON
(Continued from First Page.)
substitute; Hartlngton, route No. , Ellery
P. Steele, carrier. Frank MeCulley. sub
stitute; route No. 7. Don J. Dyson, carrier,
Herbert F. Miller, substitute; I-aurel, route
No. 3, Herman Beckman, carrier, ' Fred
Beckman. substitute; Newman Orove, route
1. Olwln Shade. csrYlerV Clyde F. Austin,
substitute. South Dakota Carthage, routes
No. 2 and 3, Krnest N. Williams, carrier,
Lorena A. Williams, substitute; Feilora,
route No. fc Edward Zimmermftn,' carrier.
Walter El Zimmerman, substitute; Howsrd,
route No. 4, Arthur M. Ioer. carrier, Elsie
B. Lower, 'substitute; route No. 5,' Harry
Pence, "carrier, Oltbert t. Pence, substitute.
George W. Walter ha been appointed
postmaster at Ironhllls.' Jackson 'county,
Iowa. Vice J. M. Rowling, resigned.
TO BE TRIED FOR MURDER OF
GIRL THIRTY-TWO YEARS AGO
WeaUhr Texas Ranchman to Re A r
, . reeled for Crime by lndl
, s S her in.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March JO.-After
a lapse.. of thirty-two years a man 1 to
be brought to trial for the murder of a
girl at Terre Haute. If Sheriff Walsh of
Vigo county Is successful In his attempt to
arrest and bring back to Indiana a wealthy
Texa ranchman. .
The body" of the murdered girl was found
rolled In a carpet. The man whom the
sheriff charge with the crime left Terr
Haute .Immediately and joined the navy.
Afterward he established himself as a
ranchman In Texa and. has prospered. His
name Is not made public. - t
BATTLE MAY FOLLOW MURDol
M cumbers, of Warring Families 6sth
, .erlnjr at.Hnanrd and Trouble
, Fenred, . ...
LekIKOTON. -Ky.. C m rch 30.-M. C.
Eversole, sheriff of Perry county, has been
arrested, at .Hasard, charged with shooting
Nathan ..Emgle yesterday. . Bugle, thre
years ago shot Eversole .and was sen
tenced to three years In the penitentiary.
He was released a day or. two ago and had
been; In Haaard Just one hour when shot.
HI Injuries may -be fatal. Member of
both families are reported to be coming
Into Hazard and a pitched battle la feared.
JACKSON. Ky., March SO. A reopening
of the feud between- the Mcintosh and Lit
tle faction 1 feared, .a result of the
killing of Albert Mcintosh- here last night
by John Little. Mcintosh waa shot five
times. , i
CRADLEBAUGH . IS- ACQUITTED
Unwritten Law, Saves Idaho Mar-
. derer. from QnJIows Before
, l . -. . . Dtavtf ,Jnrr. .. ..
' DENVER, 'Marc .SVnTohn .C- Cradlt
baugh, of . , Wallace,,, fdahg, w scguttted
today ot. ihe,. mu.rfjq; . of Frederick W.
waitop.. . ; .. '.
Cradlebaugh Shot and killed Walton a
few .week, f, . fter, Walton',, whom
'Oradlebaggh alleged had doetroyed hi
home, had refused to divulge the where
alouts of Cradlebaugh' wife and boy.
t self-defense and the unwritten law were
urged In Cradlebaugh' defense, and Mrs.
CradlebauKh herself went on the stand
and laid bare her relations with Walton In
ar. effort to save her husband from the
gallows. Cradlebaugh and Walton were
prominent Odd Fellow.
HONOR FOR NEBRASKA BOY
Clarence Gardner of C'nrtls Sleeted to
Membership r In PM Bet
Kappa, nt Illinois.
' CHICAGO, March $0. (Special,) At the
midyear jneetlng of the chapter -of the
Phi Bel Kappa t the University of,
Illlnol six members of -the senior class
In the--College of - Literature , and Arts
who have shown marked , ability , and
promise were elected to membership. One
of them w Clareno Oran Gardner. Cur
tls. Neb: Election to this honotary organ
ization Is perhsps the'most definite ' rec
ognition of excellence that the Student In
the College of Literature khd ArU may re
ceive.' "' "
FOUR-YEAR-OLD GIRL BURNED
.Child at at Ingham Sets Fire to
Clothing and Die of Feat.
' fnl Bnrns.
DICKENS. Neb.; March . (Speclal.)-A
fearful accident happened at the F. H.
Woodgate Home near Ingham, east of here,
when their --yesr-ld daughter. Dolly, In
some manner set her clothes on fire. Her
clothing ws burned entirely off her. The
flesh from the knee to the h!r of her
head wa badly burned nd she died
few hours fterwrd. '
One' of Mr. ' Woodgate sons wss killed
by a Burlington tram east of here a few
missoubT"drys WIN POINT
Hoi'm Order CommHie to' Renort
Prohibition Amendment Demo,
erats lart at Brewer.
nxvir'ir.riHCi:' rlTT . Mo.; March SO. The
advocate of stats wide prohibition won a
point today wnen tne nouse inmruncu us
i nn ennstltutlonal amendments
to report a prohibition amendment. It Is
reported that today's action wa lniplrii
by democratic members who are angry
beeau Or aiirgea luiiwn uy uu urrwery
Interests of St. Ixiuts of the republican
ticket In that city.
BaaTrna-e I'p to People,
MADISON. Wis., March Jf The women
suffrage bill passed the senate today with
a referendum attached to It. If the bill
Is ratified by a vote of the people woman
suffrage will become operative
-fllisro to Only Ono
LaizatSvo Bromo Qulnlno
' - VCCD TH WOKLO OVER T9 OUttM A OOLO 10 OH DAY.
Ahrar ratMBtbar too toll aama.
tor tM tljaatar m vtcjtj box.
Nature is beginning to wake
up, soon the weatherman will
turn on the warm breezes and
you'll want your lightweight
Have Yea Ordered Them?
Make your aeiectlon from our
magnificent collection of ' new
woolens all the lateat correct
coloring and pattern every
one of them fine for wear.
And have our style expert
draft and fit. your clothe
they'll have that distinction which
la the mark of modern custom
Salts $25 to 150.
GRIEVANCES OF CRAZT SNAKE
(Continued from First Page.)
made these requests. I went through death
for this cause (referring to his service a
a union soldier during the war); I served
the father faithfully, and ss a reward I
regained my country, and I , and my chil
dren will remain In It and live herej a we
did In the old time. I believe It. I know
It 1 right, t know It U Justice." ' r
Craxy Snake spoke of the disposition' of
some of the Creek lands .to negroes, and
declared that this was contrary to the
treaty and to Justice.
"The negroes." he said, "have no right
to this land. It never waa given to ,t he in,
tt wa given to me and my people and we
paid for It with our land back In Alabama.
If It wa given to me what right ha the
UniteC States to take It from "m without
first asking my consent?"
Mr Shot at White Men.
After referring again to the obligation of
the white man to protect the Indian In hi
right, he naively aald:
"I believe that they are more concerned
in their own welfare than In the welfare
or rights of the Indian. I ballev some of
them are honest man. but not many.
"All that I am begging of you, honorable
senator. I that these ancient agreements
and treaties, wherein you promised to take
care. of me and .my people be fulfilled and
that you will .remove1 all the difficulties
that have been raised In reference to .my
people and . their country and I ask you to
see that the - promise are faithfully
kept.." h - . .
Senator Teller a member of the commit
tee, asked the Interpreter, an Indian named
Hodge, .if he believed the old man to bu
honest In hi statements, ,
.Tli Interpreter replied: "I believe in my
heart and soul that he Is Just as sincere
iiu nonrsi in nis statements as a living
man can. be."
"That Is the way he Impresses .ma," re
sponded Senator Teller. Another full-blood
Creek, whose name w given a Robert
Johnson, declared that of the ,62 Creeks
.7 were ignorant of the fact that In the
treaty of 1901 they had consented to the
cutting up of their lands and the sale of
the surplus to whites and negroes.
TROlBLE STAB TIED BY OUTLAWS
Cmsy Snake and Band ot Involved
. . ' In Original Riot..
. MUSKOGEE, Okl., March KK-Nn Indian
were involved 1n the original trouble that
resulted In the rellltla being called out and
Craiy Shake had" a tight to defend hi
home from the attack of Irresponsible per
sons; hd even 'officer hot authortxed ' to
arrest him. according to the finding of
Bpeelal Attorney Woodruff and Indian
Agent Kelsey, after several hour1 Investi
gation ' af Henryetta today. This . report
reached th Indian agency here thin after
noon. It slates. In addition, that the negro
outlaw congregated at Hickory Ground
were the only persons who tarted the
trouble, and that th Intervention of "the
federal government will be Invoked for the
protection of the Indians, Including Crasy
Crake, If necessary. '
DR. WILEY MAY BESUPREME
O. nest Ion Whether or ot Referee
Board Wna Abolished by
. Handry Civil Bill.
WASHINGTON. March 30.-Ser.rarv
Wilson , today submitted to the president
and Attorney General Wlckershsm the
question whether the referee board of the
"Department of Agriculture wa abolished
under th provision of the last sundry
civil bill directed against the various com
missions created by President Roosevelt.
If the board la abolished Dr. Wiley will
again become supreme In authority on all
matters connected with the pure food law.
PLACR POR J ATION A I, BANKER
John J. Large of Rock Valley Mad
National Bank Examiner.
WASHINGTON, March W.-John J. Lrse.
cashier and manager of the First National
bank of Rock Valley. I., ha been p
polnted a national bank examiner. . H
formerly was president of the State Bank
ers' association of Iowa,
Heavy Snow la Kansas.
HUTCHINSON. Kan.. March 10.-A heavy
fal lof snow Is reported throughout western
Kansas and eastern Colorado today. The
pieclpitatlon will be of great value to
Business and Residence Property
., 5 and 5 .'.
Privilege given to pay whole or any
part of principal sum twice a year.
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COURTS NOT ABOVE CRITICISM
Hew York Jurist Attack Delny of
Uw and Comment on Court
Th largest audience that ever gathered
in the New Rochelle theater listened Sun
day af ternoon to, an . address on "City Gov
ernment and Reformers." by Justice, Wil
liam J. Oaynor of Brooklyn before the
New Rochelle Forum. Justice Oaynor said
he was not one of those who believed that
th coiirt should not be. watched and crit
icised. "Th ludicrous thing is for judges
themselves to be proclaiming thai, the
courts should not criticised In their
work," hi aald: . " ' ' ::
Bpeaklng of the few's delayJie said It
waa canaiiu. and that the president-elect
had taken up this subject., "More. oauses
are disposed of In. a year 'In Liondon alone
than- in New Tork," Justice Oaynor said,
"despite that we have ere wtlhln the city
of New Tork a greater: number of high
court Judges than-all England has-
"Why should not the action of the courts
about uch" matters nd . all . matter be
discussed and criticised? Everybody knows
more than anybody, as th saying Is, and
even more than the courts. 1 am not speak
ing of abuse.' i That 1 not criticism. Would
the libel and abuse could be lessened and
criticism Increased. Criticism upholds and
approves, as well as condemns." New York
TAFT TO APPOINT OWN JUDGES
Will Receive flnargestlons from tien
ators and Representatives,
WASHINGTON, March, SO. President
Tsft again stated today to callers that he
did not consider the appointment of judges
"to be a part of the aptronage ef I'nlted
Biates senators The president thinks that
judicial appointment should "be free from
political Influence. He considers himself
competent to pass uphn the fitness of them
for the bench and will do so. At the same
time he said he would be glad to receive
suggestion from senator and representa
tive. LEUPP PROMISES TO STAY
Indian Commissioner ' Aecedee to
Tnft's Heqnest, Provided Henltk
WASHINCITON. Mrch 30. Francis E.
tiupp, commissioner of Indian affairs, to
day told President Taft that' he would re
main in-his present position If his heslth
permitted. Mr. Lupp some month ago,
decided to retire. Mr. Taft kd him per
sonally to remain.
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