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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. APRIL 22, 1000.
Umbrella Weather Is Hero
The necessity of constantly baring an umbrella with one has
rtcntlY made Itself very apparent. Wa are beadquartera for the re
liable kinds at low prices. Umbrella department--Left of 16th atreet
- Thursday We Offer
26 and 28 Inch black union allk Umbrellas with selvage edge. Regular
$2.00 Talue, at,. each SI. 50
28 Inch Rubheret Umbrellas, absolutely waterproof, at, each. . 81.50
26 and 28 Inch black Carola Silk Umbrellas, with taped edge, at,
each '. . 08
Hate you Been U? Tbe Simplex Folding Umbrella. Ideal for traveling;
folda up small enough to fit In a suit case, and yet it la strong and
practical. Ask to ae At. Price 93.00
Knit Corset Corers
Rlprht now Is th time to wear them. Made of light weight cotton, In
two styles hljfcft neck long. sleevea and high neck, no sleeves; all
slr.es, at, each 50
t Visit our beautiful hair good department Third Floor.
Special sale of SVkc Calicoes In neat black and white and gray
effects; Thursday at. per yard 3Hf
Wash Gowda Department, Basement.
B 4 - 11
dally the Roumanian and Butgsrlsn ves
sels, have had to refuse to take more pas
sengers and the Turkish" craft-for. points
down th. coast are leaving with scarcely
The pahlc seems to be chiefly among the
dweller In the harems. A physician whose
practice la largely in the harema said today
that the prevailing excitement and fear
had brovght on a number of premature
births. In some of the larger harema ru
mors ar circulated almost hourly telling
of violent street flghta and Imminent dan
K"r to Ule women, and aa a result there
la what may be called an epidemic of fear.
Resistance front Amy.
lxset Pasha, chief of the general staff
and principal member In Constantinople
of the committee of union and progress,
had haadled the si (nation so skillfully
that th First army corps lias been won
over to -the constitutions! cause to the
point. In; any, event, pi not offering any
opposition.' Isxet Fashals making every
disposition: -of the -troops within the city
to tbe. advantage of Husnl Pasha, the
command of the - , constitutionalists,
should the committee deem It hecessary to
occupy the city. The Council of Ministers
has been In session today under the presi
dency of Tewflk Tasha, ths grand visler,
presumably o discuss the demands of the
constltutlonsllsta. No announcement of
the 'outcome of these deliberations had
been rfsde. ' ' ' '
It 1s probable that a detschment of con
stitutionalists will come Into the city to
nrrrw and encircle Tlldls Kiosk ' and
ther remain' until It is determined whst
disposition Is to, b .made of the sultan.
TfcW "HOT Ifr COURT-MARTIAL
C karaed by Constlt at lonallsta with
TrrlWaT to I'ndarmta Army.
CONSTANTINOPLE. April a. Ten per
sons who were .caught by. the constitu
tionalist troops trying to undermine their
loyalty to their commander ww executed
by -shooting at Ban. Btefano today after a
sumraary "Atrial '...ten court martlet. Forty
other men have been arrested by the con
stitutionalists during the last few days on
DUTY ON HIDES CONCEDED
(Continued from First Page.)
of temporixatlon, In Which he la past
master. :' .
Th Cadahy Case.
Tom Creigh, Jr.. of Omaha, who. with
Mr. Jamea If. Cudahy, has been, in Wash
ington for several days endeavoring to
bring about an adjustment of "differences
between the federal" government and 'the
Cudahy Packing company, as outlined trr a
suit brought by the United States district
attorney of K annua against the Omaha
end Chicago company for an alleged viola
tion of law relating 1o oleomargarine, aald
We are here for the pqrpos of get
ting tha 'faets before the commissioner
of Internal . revenue. The case begun
sgsinst tl1. Cudahy-'company in Kanaas
City, as '. f-i understand It. was not
prompted by'-the department, but was
taken on th district attorney's own In
itiative. The Cudahy company has en
dcavored to live up to the oleomargarine
law. Where It has a shade of color that
color Is natural. This we have endeavored
to demonstrate by chemical analysis.
The department, however, does not seem
to realise that oleomargarine may pre
sent a different appearance at different
times of .the year,.. Just as butter does,
and we are in Washington for ths pur
pone of Hhuwlng Mr. Capers that the
units begun "against trie Cudahy company
In Kansas City are wholly unwarranted."
J. M. Cudahy left for New Tork today.
Mr. Crelgh will remain here until he can
secure an Interview with Commlsaloner
Capers or Acting Commissioner Williams.
Luther Drake, president of th Mer
rhanta National bank; Charlea F. Mc-
j -house dresses
a unusual style, planned for
j -small women )B&BS&
antU the surest of our "small woman" idea. It was aosar to tax til
Maa'ardlrr.".1,:" hw " -MZS7"SZ
bat IV diffaraat aowl Th "small womaa" but atari rirki .-
bagta aleeves aad aU mors or 1. trimmed with solid bauolngslontrasti
colore, ar seat Boutaeh. braid. Th. .airt. ar gord" a alf plYat "aVsoa
r dresses ea wUl feel "wall dressed" la, eras thooa-h on a hasty
erraag t in batcai, th gToer er th baser. wwaaja a a aassy
; attempt t make a "small
i get th 'Wl . touches" and
"siaaU womaa" ids Is aot
Orew, vice president of th Omaha Na
tional bank, and W. E. Rhoades, cashier
of the United States National bank, who
had a hearing today before Comptroller
of the Treasury Lawrence O. Murray,
protesting against South Omaha being
made a reserve city, left for New Tork
today, the matter In controversy being
postponed for future hearing.
; Preparation to
Director North Gets Busy, Though
Census Act Has Not Tet Passed
in Upper House.
(From Btaff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, April 0 -SpeclaI Tele
gramsThough the bill providing for tak
ing the thirteenth census of the United
States has net yt become a law. Director
North of the Census bureau Is. and has
been for soma weeks, preparing to put the
vast machinery Into work to accomplish
the work for 1910 as expeditiously as pos
sible. The proposition of Director North Is to
throw his enumerators Into the field April
15, 1910, and complete the enumeration of
Inhabitants of the rural districts within
thirty days. In cities of 8,000 pr over it
is expected enumerators will count heads,
so to speak, within fifteen days, so that
by May 15, 1910, enumeration, urban and
country, will be completed and reports
ready to forward to Washington for tab
Under the pending census bill there will
be a supervisor for each congressional dis
trict In each state so far-aa It Is prac
ticable to arrange such sub-dlvhilon along
geographical lines. ' These supervisors of
the census will receive a salary, Af,l,500
for their work, and in addition will receive
tl for each 1,000 names enumerated within
their territory. These supervisors are to
be appointed by the president and must
hsve the confirmation of the senate.
The enumerators who actually make a
house to house canvass are to be paid a per
diem of from S3 to St, depending upon the
territory In which they work. In cities,
enumerators will receive a certain amount
for each name. In Nebraska there will be
six supervisors, one for each congressional
district, and they will have under them
In Iowa there will be eleven supervisors
and 2,200 enumerators.
In South Dakota there are to be ap
pointed two supervisors and 800 enumerat
ors, while in Wyoming there will be one
supervisor and 160 enumerators.
ftebraaka. aaa lawa Carrier.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. April 21. (Special Tele
gram.) Rural carriers appointed! 'Ne
braska. Linwood. route 1. Lafayette Hal
sted, carrier, Ernest Halsted, substitute;
Plsttsmouth, route 2, F. C. Thomas, car
rier, John Schuls. substitute. lowaf Clear
field, route 2, Clyde C. Moor, carrier,
Lawrence B. Hartan, substitute; Derby,
route 1, Bert I. James, carrier, Charles O.
Lugar, substitute. South Dakota: Lennox,
route 1, Dick Fakkeh, jr., carrier. Dick
O. Fakkln, substitute. ...
Nomination by th President.
WASHINGTON. April Zl.-The president
todsy snt to the senate the following
H. Percival Dodg of Massaehiiaaetts to
he envoy extraordinary and minister plenl
potntlarv to Morocco.
William C. Blair, receiver of public
moneva at Montrose. Colo.
William H. Betting, rea-lster of the lend
offlre at CoeuS D'Alene. Idaho.
Flward P. Klngahury. surveyor general
wemsa's" bona dress for it yea de yon 11
dont ..ot to find then t stores whers
effectively carried eat a at this establish-
$450 and $5.00
TBI YOUK0 M0MT3
- a7 Douglas Street Omaha -
WARSHIP ORDER IS WELCOME
Americans in Turkey Beceive News
of Cabinet Action.
CIVH WAR IS NOW FEARED
Late Report frasa flyrlaai t'aaat Is.
Urate Racial Faaatlelsa. Is
Rreaklast Oat Aacw la
LONDON, April II. A special dispatch
received her from , Constantinople says
that a definite agreement between th gov
ernment and the committee of union and
progress has been concluded. Abdul Hamld
Is to remain as sultan of Turkey, but th
present cabinet will resign Immediately.
CONSTANTINOPLE, April Jl.-The re
ceipt of the news here that th American
government had ordered the cruisers Mon
tana and North Carolina to Alexandretta,
In Asiatic Turkey, for th protection of
Americans has brought satisfaction and
even a sense of security to Americans here
and In the Syrian coast cities of Merslna,
Beirut end Alexandretta, whither th la.
formation has been forwarded. The
trouble may be over before th cruisers
arrive, but there Is also a chance that
In two or three weeks' lime civil war may
be beginning. In which event the vessels
would be Invaluable for the protection of
the Americans. Great Britain, France and
Italy already have warships on this coast,
while Germany is sending vessels, and In
addition all the groat -powers maintain
guardshtps at Constantinople.
The consuls and the consular sgenta sta
tioned on the Syrian toast sent in tele
grams yesterday and today declared that
the missionaries were receiving strong pro
tection at the hands of the Turkish au
thorities. J.. B. Jackson, the American
consul at Aleppo, however, expreasea some
concern for the missionaries In outlying
stations who hav given asylum to Chris
tian refugees. At a number of place the
conditions are not yet sufficiently quiet to
permit these refugees to leave th stations
and aa a result the missionaries ara still
exposed to the possibility of mob attack.
Later reports from ths Syrian coast say
th racial fanaticism Is extending In th
vilayet of Aleppo. Disturbances have
broken out at Ancloch and BlreJIk and for
eigners have taken refuge at the British
vie consulates. The British cruiser Diana
has landed fifty men at Alexandretta. Th
sheik-ul-lslam, the heed of th church, ha
telegraphed the ecclesiastical authorities in
Syria to exert every effort to put a stop
to the disorders. Th civil and military
authorities appear to be powerless effect
ively to control the situation.
A telegram 'received her today from
William Chambers, an American mission
ary at Adana, dated yesterday, says:
"The trouble began April 11. . By even
ing of April 1 Adana was quieter and
peace still continued. The town Is under
martial law. Many people were killed.
there was much looting, great damage waa
done by fire, the market waa almost totally
destroyed and' the district waa In a tur
Ladies' salt sal Saturday.
Don't miss our extraordinary sale of
ladles' fine tailored suits, all worth 125,
129.60 and 136, on sale Saturday at S16.
Elite Cloak Co., 1617 Farnam St.
ON INCOME TAX
(Continued from First Page.)
criticism, said ha had been represented as
making an insidious attack upon the prin
ciple of protection by th raising of revenue
from an Income tax.
"I desire," he said, "to disclaim any such
Intention. There la no senator claiming
allegiance to the republican party whose
fealty to the doctrine of protection Is
greater than my own. I understand that
I came Into the senate with som suspicion
respecting my views upon the policy of
protection, t admit that If I am to be
measured by the tests imposed by that
association of slander known aa the Ameri
can Protective league, then it will be found
to be unsound. But if I am to be measured
by the republican platform and by the
declarations of McKlnley, Harrison ami
Blaine, then I am as sound ss any senator
who marches under the political banner to
which I yield my loyalty."
Mr. Cummins contended that th Payne
bill would not Insure sufficient revenue,
but Mr. Aldrich took Issue with him, say
ing that the export estimates of th revenue
are more liberal than his.
BUI Read by Paragraphs.
There was a full attendance of senators
when the reading of th tariff bill para
graph by paragraph was begun In th
senate today on motion of Mr. Aldrich. On
Mr. Aldrich' suggestion It was agreed that
any amendment to which there should be
objection, should be passed over with the
understanding that any senator might move
at any time to take up any paragraph after
It had been read.
Mr. Dolllver suggested that the reci
procity and retaliatory clauses and th
drawback and th administrative features
of the bill ought to be reported by the com
mittee on finance before the consideration
of the bill was begun. Various suggestions
were made for additional tabulated stste-
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The Auction' Committee consists of J. D. Weaver, Omaha
Bee; G. H. Gillespie, Omaha News; Chas. D. Beaton, Beaton Drug
Co., who will open all bids and award the piano to the highest
bidder. This is a fair, square deal, open to all. We will sell this
piano to the highest bidder on our regular terms if it is not con
venent to pay all cash.
merits for the use of senators In order to
facilitate an understanding of various
schedules of the bill and Mr. Aldrich
agreed to have such statements prepared.
Criticism by DolM-rer.
After various questions by senators con
cerning their right at any time to suggest
amendments to the bill, the reading was
begun. As It was proceeded with, questions
were frequently asked by senators concern
ing the various Items of the bill, but the
reading proceeded at considerable length
before there was any serious Interruption.
One of the first suggestions came from
Mr. Dolllver. who criticised the action of
the committee In Increasing th Payne rates
on manufactured celluloid articles to the
existing Dlngley rates. The explanations
were made by Messrs. Aldrich and Smoot,
that the manufacturers of celluloid goods
In the United States are In danger of being
driven out of business by cheap manufac
turers In Japan. Mr. Smoot said that two
large, new factories are now being built
In that country. Mr. Brlggs gave notice
that be would offer an amendment for a
still higher rate.
Intent to Defraud
Former United Statei Commissioner
Takes Stand in Trial on Embez
BIOUX FALU a D.. April a. The gov
ernment today concluded the work of offer
ing evidence In the case of Anson Wagar,
former United States commissioner at
Dallas, who Is on trial In the United States
court on the charge of embexsllng trust
funds, which had been placed in his hands
The defendant commenced offering testi
mony In his own behalf this afternoon.
Several witnesses were placed on the stand
to testify as to his good character and then
the defendant himself was called as a wit
ness. He said his failure to transmit to
the United States land officials the final
proof papers In question together with the
money turned over to him was due purely
to neglect resulting from his multitudin
ous duties outside of those as commissioner
and that he acted absolutely In good faith
and without the slightest Intention of de
frauding any of the homesteaders out of a
single penny. He claims he was on his way
to the land office with some of the belated
final proofs when arrested. When court
adjourned until tomorrow. Wagar was yet
on the witness stand. His cross-examina
tion Is expected to be completed before the
noon hour Thursdsy.
Early Setttera' Pirate.
SIOUX FAIXS. 8. D.. April 21. 8pe
eia!.) The board of directors of the Early
Settlers' aseoelstlon f Minnehaha county
has selected Tuesday, June IT. as the time
for the annuel gathering and picnic of the
members of th association, to which the
general public is Invited. The picnics of
this association are the big events cf the
kind each year In South Dakota, as It Is
not uncommon for 10.000 or 12,000 people to
attend them. The-picnic will be held on
th permanent grounds of the sssocistlon,
st John Thompson's grove, near Baltic,
north of Sioux Falls.
Dr. Saaaafelt's Health Falllaar.
SIOUX FALLS, 8. D.. April 21. (Spe
cial.) Thousands of residents of South
Dskota will be sincerely snrry to learn of
the failing physical and mental condition
of Rev. Dr. T. M. - Shanefelt, formerly of
Huron, who for a period of eighteen years
was superintendent, of Baptist missions In
South Dakota. Failing health compelled
him to resign the position in 1907, when
he left South Dakota and went to Bir
mingham, Mich., to spend his remaining
Big Sum Wagered
on Best Oat Crop
Wyoming- Man Beti Ten Thousand
Dollars with Canadians He Can
Beat Their Product.
When the Judges of the National Corn
exposition award premiums on oata In De
cember, they will also decide a 110.000 wager
In a contest to learn whether better oats
can b grown In Wyoming than In Canada
Colonel E. J. Bell of Laramie, sheep
baron and largs ranchman, has put up (10.
0u0 to ssy that he can grow more oata of
better quality on his ranch In ths I -ara ml
plains country, than can b produced In
any other section of sny other state or
country la th world.
A syndicate of Canadian farmers, beaded
Greatest Opportunity Ever Ottered by Any Piano House in This Country
We will deliver to the highest bidder the $500 Fischer,
Piano now on display in our window (Douglas street en
trance.) Do you want a piano that will last a lifetime at your
own price? F'ill out the coupon and mail your bid today.
1000 Women's Suits
Bought from N. Y. Mfg.
$15 (or the Suits worth $40
$10 for the Suits worth $25
$6.98 for the Suits worth $15
by Prof. W. H. FalrchUd of Jthrldge, Al
berta, has called the wager and the biggest
contest In oats growing ever held, is on In
earnest, the Bell field being planted this
George H. Stevenson, assistant secretary
of the National Corn association, who Is In
the west, has arranged to have th samples
sent to the National Corn exposition In De
cember. FUNERALS OF LYNCHED MEN
Mrs. Allen aad Mrs. West Claim
Bodies of Hasbands Killed
SHAWNEE, Okl., April 21.-Mrs. I C.
Allen and Mrs. A. C. West of Canadian,
Tex., widows of two of the quartet cf men
lynched by a mob at Ada, Okl., on Monday,
arrived here today with th bodies of their
husbands. Each of the women was ac
companied by several children. Th f unersls
of the two men will take place here to
morrow. It was decided today that a special grand
Jury to investigate the lynching will be
convened at 'Ada next Monday. Officials
declare the affair will be thoroughly sifted.
MOVEbTZHTS OT OCKAJr ITIIMIbTPI,
NKW YORK. .
NKW YOHK . .
NEW YORK .
. Fyndam K. P. IVlllc.
. K W. DtrOroM Rotterdam.
GENOA Ii.dlana Lato.
G K NOA Crl Ic Canoplt.
ST. JOHN'S I'lrthatenlen
FT. JOHN'S Monteiuma
LIVERPOOL... Mauritania Inrnls.
NAPLAS Lombardla Tiormlna. .
TRIKHTK ..Argentina liene.
alAHSEILLKS . Gallia
EVILS RESULTING FROM CON
STIPATION How This Trouble May Be Readily
You are drowsy, heavy, despondent,
larking energy, It Is hard to think, you
have an oppressed feeling In your stomach
and bowels, your body aches. In tact life
seems hardly worth living. Then ask your
self: "Do your bowels move rfgularly?"
If your answer will be "NO," tfcat la th
cause of your troubles. Not properly cor
rected, this condition will lead to mor
serious disorders of the blood and body,
due to the poisons of waate matter which
should be carried off. It seems so foolish
to suffer when Nature haa provided her
own wholesome and Infallible remedy In
the pure Natural Laxative, HL'NTADl
JANOS WATER from the famoua springs
In Hungary. Half a tumblerful of this
wonderful wster on arising will give you
within an hour a delightfully pleaaant
and copious movement. This will clear
your head, sharpen your appetit and
make a new being of you. Try It and see.
At all druggists.
Look out for unscrupulous druggists,
who will substitute unless you ask for
HAYDEN BROS.' AUCTON COMMITTEE:
My bid is $ . . . . on the Fischer Tiano
to be sold at Auction by Mail.
Dept. B-Jl gtate i
The most powerful serial of the year;
Also stories by
A. CONAN DOYLE
W. W. JACOBS
In the MAT Number of the
Of all Newsdealers ibc a copy, II. W year.
come out in the cleaning. If It Is dons
properly and It will be done so If you
favor 'The French Way" with your
patronage. Our cleaning and dyeing
establishment Is fully equipped for
every clasa of work. Th cleaning
of fancy gowns, plumes, lacea, gloves
etc, is a specialty while our laciuuss I
for dyeing ar unexcelled.
French Dry Cleaning Works
VhoaMi Doug. 4178 i A-aiBS
FOR ALL THE NEWS THE
BEST IN THE WEST
How can they give so much?
Is the remark made dally about
I beg to announce that the
Chesapeake Cafe is now
under my management.
J. G. DENNIS
Tabl d'Hot Dinner $1.00. every evening 6 to A
Bglnnlng Wednesday, April 21. and
continuing until Saturday, April 2 4.
at 8:30 each night an auction, under
the direction of K. D. Vanpelt, will t
held. A large and varied collection
of choice articles will be sold to the
highest bidders. Included in the list
of good a to be aold, are two scholar
ships, commercial courses; ten tona
of coal; three fine porcelain lavartor
iea; fine bath tub; accident and tor
nado policies; large line of fine car
penter tools; fanning mill; several
dozen boxea of choice high grade ci
gars; fine violin; solo banjo; numer
ous fine art works, oil paintings,
water colors, paBtels, all . Teal merit
picturea and valuable; one bronze
student lamp; fine variety of highest
grade cut glassware; one lawn mower,
refrigerator and Ice boxea; aewing
machine, music boxea and phono
graphs; horee ' blankets,' and numer
ous other articles, all of nighest class
These goods are to be sold to the
highest bidder for cash.
By order. ELKS' FAIR EXECUTIVE
This Afternoon, Tnlght, Thursday, rrlday
ana eat artsy Dally Matinees
rhotographlo Beprodnctloa f
Heavyweight Championship Motloa rict
uxs. Popular Prices.
unday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
HZbTBY MXLZ.XB rBBIBaTTS
A nay la Tout Acts By Bobert Saris.
Phones: Doug. 160: Ind. A-1S0S
Matinees I Tues.. Thura. and Bat.
Th 'lay with Western Atmosphere,
"Til OOWBOT AMD TBB LAST"
by Olyd ntoh. Beat, "OIS HJBIBXX,
BXBO," (th Mansfield version. Ultra,
May 17 IB-IS. Mrs. risk, "BalTaUam BU"
ABTAVCZB TAVBBTXKZ.S .
Bally Matinees BilS. Svsry BlgbJ tilS
Oeorge W. Lsll Presenting, The Naked
Truth Frank Nelson at Co., Msx Witt s
Ringing Colleens, Th Slaters D Fsye,
Jesnnett Adler. Gray and Graham. The
Three Hohemlana. Kinodrom.
Frloes lOo, SB and goo. .
For the Money
The Best Meal
1514 Farnam St.
The Paxton Caft '
iva M iraau .
RAI.I'il KITOIKN. PHIIP
''The rooular Oaf of Omaha' ..
Prompt aervlce. reasunahie pin-ea, an
ferfe-t appointment are the reasons of
t popularity. v
By ordering half portions . at the
"Paxton" you gt more srety Wlthoul"
adding to the cost. '
"Mart Tour friends at th rsxMi (
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