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ALDRICII BILL IS RILLED cnaog of nigh words between two members oti the floor. A personsl altercation seemed Imminent, but was averted by IB inter vention of friends. ittta Makei Lart Attempt to Amend The actual business done during the Philippine Tariff. eight houra of the day aeaalon consisted of the adoption of the conference reports on the (migration, public bulldlnga and aundry MfASURE IS TAKEN UP BY CONSENT civil ibllls, the reference of the presi dent's veto message of a Virginia claims bill to the committee on war claims, the adoption of a resolution to correct cler font Members OppoM Beeaaee Sew I.btt WutK Prratlt Greater Com petition with Amrrlfia 9ear Reaaerlee. ical errors In the Immigration bill and the passage of a senate bill to authorize the Treasury department to coin aouvenlr coins for the Thomas Jefferson Memorial association. i WASHINGTON, March J At It o'clock today the senate watered hpon the last leg IslaMve day. of. lhr Fifty-seventh congress. There will be 'no adjournment until 12 fVelnck tomorrow, ,hens congress expires iy limitation.! . r A resolution van adopted continuing un til the nexf. regular session the stsndlng and aelect committee. The 9nfnre rp6rt on tbe sundry civil till was agreed to. Mr. Hoar, called ap the conference report on the Llll fo protect tbe 'president Mr. Bacon (Oa.) declared toe conference report Is a bill which. wlth the exception of one single sentence, had not been read Jn the.aenate. The bill, he said, la far teaching In Its character and absolutely subservient of tlm 'fundamental prlnclplea tipon which the government la founded. -' Replying, Mt Hoar Inalsted that the con ference report waa the -senate bill la Its entirety, with the exception of the mat ter pertaining to anarchists. Aldrlch Bill Dies, '. At 1 the unfinished business tbo Aid rich bill wss laid .before the senate. Mr, .'Hoar Immediately made the point that tbe unfinished business did not take precedence over a eonferebce report Replying" to a question by Mr. Teller, Mr. Aldrlch said: "After the notice served last night, t am satisfied this bill cannot pans this session.'' Mr. Quay rose and said that In all hu mility of spirit he offered a proposition, He aaked unanimous consent that at J o'clock a roto be taken on five preposl tlons before the. senate, namely the omnl bua statehood bill, the Aldrlch bill, the conference report on the bill to protect the president, the rblfllplnes tariff bill and the pure tdod bill. Mr. ' Forakcr said - he took advantage of the opportunity to say that It would be a little short of a public calamity If the senate adjourned without passing aome of theae measures. "I hope," said he "that tbo senate. will lu the early future adopt aome kind of closure. During too dtaeurslon the two new senator from Delaware, J. Frank Allee and T. Heleief Ball, were sworn amid loud ap plauso from tbe occupants of the galleriea, many of . whom, Including J. Edward Ad- dlcks, came from Delaware especially for . the occasion, YV Mr. Halt was escorted to the desk by r'Mt. Aldrlch. while Mr. Allee was accom panted by Mr. Hanna. Tbe usual oath was administered and the two senators , were eonductedMo their scats. Mr. Lodge, expressed his anxiety to hava the Philippines tariff Mil disposed of at thla session, but Mr. Teller said' there waa no mora possibility of passing It than of pass Ing the Aldrlch bill "If a closure rule existed," he said, "there would have been three new states. Tou have belled our . platform," he thundered, facing the republican aids, "and belled your professions." He declared the republicans ware afraid Of the democratic party In the west. A man was a fool who had sat In the senate and did not know it, and a coward who, knowing it, waa not willing to- declare It. lie ooncjuaoa ty pieaaing tor action regara- Ing the- truete. Mr. Lodge then moved to take up the Philippine tariff bill., which waa agreed to, displacing the Aldrlch financial bill. Mr. Patteraon opposed the bill, saying he objected to being used either by a trust or by any combination of speculatora under the plea of humanity. Mr. Bacon said even if he shared tbe apprehension with regard to the threat ened competition of sugar and tobacco he would say now is the time when the hand of relief to a desolate people ahould be ex tended. Mr. Foraker would rejoice If the Philip pines could produce 5,000,000 tona of augar. It would be a sad miscarriage of the gov ernment's duty toward those Islands If It so legialated aa to make It Impossible for a country or su.cn capacity to have no prosperity. At 6 a recess was taken until 8. The navll bill and general deficiency ap propriation bills were passed and at S:10 tbe senate took a recess till 10. 1 AMUSING SCENE IN HOUSE I Clerk Who Waa m roraiet Aaetiaaewr , ... rrTke Members aad Spec tators ta Laaarhter. WASHINGTON. March I. Today waa al most a repetition o yesterday In the bouse. Eiowly but sursly, through the operation of ceaseless roll calls, the conference re ports to complete the necessary legisla tion were passed and when tbe house at T recessed .for three hours, only two re ports on, appropriation bills were still un disposed of, the general deficiency and the navalr The democratic opposition did not abate and will be continued until con?rraa ex plree at noon tomorrow. During the debate members on each aids Indulged In polit ical speeches and sometimes party pas sion flared up. Just before recess bed- Urn-, broke loose and there waa an ex- oooox r n Wo Eott Too Much Wa eat too fast, e exercise too little, we overwork, our nerves. The- stomach and bowels get 'clogged. (Constipation. ) The liver gets upeet. ( Biliousness. ) And attending these two simple ailments come all kinds of dis eases and complications. To relieve and to cure these troubles, thn entire medical world recommends and pre scribes Nature's a;U Wttsr. Take only the nuiiie. Don't be deceived by a Irs.itiye called HUNYADI " water ask for and demand HUNYADI jXNOS. Aa aoon aa Speaker Henderson railed the house to order Mr. Richardson, tbe mi nority leader, attempted to make the point of no quorum, but the speaker reognlztd Mr. Payne to demand tbe ayes and nays on the pending question coming over frc-m last night the adoption of fn conference report on tbe immigration tilt. Mr. Richardson insisted tint his point was good, cut tne speaser overruiea mm and when the democratic leadsr appealed from the decision he declined eutertalrt the appeal on the ground that It was dil atory. The report waa adopted 117 to 87 The presentation of the cobferori'-e report on a private pension bill waa mado thi occasion for some good natured political chaffing. Mr. Misrs (Ind.) said It tbe re publican party waa the good friend of the old soldiers It professed to be, the house managers would bring In a rule to adopt conference reporta on the remaining pen sion bills "en block The report was adopted, 211 to t. Mr. Cannon preaented the conference report on tbe sundry civil bill. He pleaded with the minority to dispense with the resdlng of the report In extenso, but Mr. Richardson waa obdurate and refused to consent, A very' amusing scene followed. Tbe voices of the reading clerks who officiated yeaterday navlng been worn out by the ceaseless calling of the roll, a member of the capltol police force was dratted today. He had at one time been a reading cleric of the Maryland bouse of delegates and later an auctioneer. He had a fog born voice and In reading figures his tones grad aally ascended like an auctioneer tn the exercise of his profession knocking down goods to the highest bidder. The members of the bouse, as well as the spectators In the galleries, were convulsed with uncontrollable laughter, which sud denly changed to handclapplng. The new clerk, believing that aome acknowledgment of this demand waa due, suspenaea tne reading to bow right and left. This grotesque proceeding only Increased the merriment and brought down a storm of applause. The contusion became so great that Mr. Ooldfogle (N. T.) protested against the clerk's action as unseemly, and the chair waa obliged to admonish the members to order. The Water Car far Caraale Coastipa- tlosu A pint ef hot water taken half an hour before breakfast will usually keep the bow els regulsr. Harsh cathartics should be avoided. When a purgative Is needed take Chamberlain's 8toroach and Liver Tablets, They are mild and gentle In their action. FORECAST OF THE WEATHER Raaw Promised Tatar la Nebraska ' aal Iowa aad Probably Tomorrow. WASHINGTON, March 8. Forecast For Nebraska, North and South Dakota- Snow Wednesday and probably Thursday. Fbr : Iowa 8now and colder Wednesday Thursday, .fall", except snow or rain In south and west, portions. . For Missouri Rain Wednesday, colder In northwest portion; Thursday, fair In' north. rain and colder In south portion. For Colorado, Wyoming and Montana- Snow Wednesday and Thursday, For Kansas Rain or snow Wednesday and Thursday. For Illinois Rain Wednesday and Thurs day; colder In north portion Wednesday; fresh north to northwest winds. Local Record. OFFICE- OF THE WEATHER BUREATT. OMAHA, March S. Official record of tem perature and p-ectpltatlon compared with the corresponding day of the laat three years: 1908. 190!!. 1901. 1900. Maximum temperature .. 3S 77 49 42 Minimum temperature ... 81 17 88 M Mean temperature S4 32 44 85 ITeclpltatloti T- .00 .00 T Record of -temperature and precipitation at Omaha for this day and alnce March 1, 1U2. Normal temperature 80 Kxcees for the day v. 4 Total excess since Marvh 1 0 Normal precipitation 04 Irch lw.cUnrv for the day 04 inch Total rainfall since March 1, 190.... T Deficiency since March 1 .12 Inch .04 Inch .1! Inch Denclancy tor cor. period, ivi Tnirii-iencv for cor. ncrlod. 11 Local Forecast Official, New Car (or Weak Lsssi. Dr.' King's New Discovery tor Consump tion cures all coughs, colds, grip and lung troubles or no pay. 60c. 11.00. For sals by Kuha A Co. .With the Bowlers. Th. Hermans defeated the " Km Parks lt out of three on the Oats City alleys last night. 8core: GERMANS. let. M. Id. Total. 1M 11 177 Vni , If 137 231 tU , 201 148 1M 6ti , 1!S 149 174 522 laS 131 HJ 472 Weber ... Lund Yoder .... Heelln .. Al Krug . ' Totals 8.S2 74 KRUO PARKS. 891 2.619 M. Total. 1.14 MS ao 620 146 41 148 4o8 211 498 1st. . 1ST . 167 . 1 . 1 . 1 2d. 214 ia 15 Francisco Krench .. FrUBh' .... T. Krug" . Itengele . Totala ... 797 45 868 2.500 Two teams from the Armour company offices met In a tenpln contest on Clark's alleys last night. Score: STARS. 1st. 2i1. sd. Total. Davis 144 IK 147 429 Carter 1 13u 128 tui Frteble 122 144 148 411 Duke 1 18 15J 443 Bunnell ltd 1 127 iH Totals 690 7S2 706 2.127 SHIELDS. 1st. 2.1. Sd. Total. Gilchrist 173 14 184 60S Kuray 210 1M) 11 Mu Manning 137 117 148 39i Chumlea 183 177 178 6L8 Parker Ut 141 127 42 Totala 832 740 TyS 2.870 Plllsbarr Loads Chess Mta, MONTE CARLO. March 3-In the third round of the aecond half of the interna tional chrM tournament here today Schlechter beat Marco. Ruy lopea oenlng In thirty moves; lelcnmann dt-leated Ilea tlo, trench defense. In thirty-two noves; larocsy worsted Melae. iMnlsh gambit. in twenty-nve mows, Slaranau beat Ml I son. blnhou's opening. In thirty-five moves: Taubunhau beat Moreau. Ruy Lrfines olen itis. In iKty-.hMtt moves; tne game be tween Albin ana riiitury, inree Knights opening, resulted in a draw after fur'.y- two moves, and Tarrasch beat Wolf, Kuy L.iies opening in lorty-eignt movee. The si-orea ut to nate are as rouows PllUbury; 114; Tiet-hmanu, 11; Tarrawh, 11; Marocsy, 11; 8-hlet hter, 14 : Marco, 10; Mtt-sea. t: Marshall. V: TaulwMihaua. : Wo f. : Mason. : Albin. t; K.gglo. 4ij; Moreau, notning. A Deathklow ta Malaria. Electric Bitters kill and epl aalarla disease germs, will prevent typhoid and cure lever and ague or no par. Oulr 6vu. For , sale by Kuha 4 Co. The Hie ALASKAN TREATY RATIFIED Hay and Herbert 8ign Protocols Beferring Boundary Dispute to Commission. PANAMA CANAL OPTION IS EXTENDED Kasi Reports Saecess of Recent e- cotlatloas to Colleagues at Cabl aet Htetlas, Wks All Jala la Coaa-ratalattaas. WASHINGTON. March i Secretary Hay and Sir Mlonael Herbert today ex changed ratifications of the Alaskan boundary treaty. 1 - Tbe preparation of tbe caaea of the two aldea will proceed with all speed, as un der tbs treaty they must be submitted to tbe arbitration within sixty days. Taaal Optloa ta Eitessed. At tbe csblnet meeting today the attor ney general reported that tbe canal com pany bad agreed to keep 'alive tbe option held by the government on Its property. - Both the president and members of tbe cabinet received tbe Information with ex pressions of satisfaction. Secretary Hay announced the exchange ot ratification of the Akasksn boundary treaty, which waa concluded today. CravrBlashlel to Retire. Rear Admiral A. S. Crownlnshleld. com manding the European atatlon, has applied for retirement in accordance with the pro visions of ths personnel law. He will be relieved In command of the statlon-by Rear Admiral Charles S. Cotton, at present com mand in t ot the Norfolk navy yard. Admiral Crowninsh'.eld'is No. Z0 on the list of resr admirals and bis retirement will place him In the first grade, where bis rsttred psy will be 15.815 per yesr. Lieutenant Henry H. ward, naval secre tary to Admiral Crownlnshleld, has also reslgnsd bis commission. Sew Mllltta Rifle . Reaay. General Croiier, chief of ordnance; has made preliminary arrangementa for arming tbe entire organised militia of the Cnlted States with the Krag-Jorgsnaea musket ot the regular pattern. He already baa col lected about 65,000 rifles at the arsenals and more will be shipped from tbe armory at Springfield. Mass. These arms will re place tbe gprtngSeld muskets, which sre to be returned to the .government. According to the latest returns received by Adjutant General Corbln, the organised Prompt Relief to Ccuqb, Colds, Jltthma, Bronchitis, Boarstntss-'Scrt threat Smile that Woa9i Come The Smile that means delight and mirth, ' The Smile that beams around the earth The Smile that smiles for all it's worth The Smile that Won't Come Of that That makes all frowns fly out The UHalkir OatS Smile Smile strength ot the militia Is 115,714, but the impression prevails at the War depart ment that sO.000 Krag-Jorgensens will be sufficient to meet all demands for several months to come. Coart-Xartlala la Philippines. The secretary ot war today sent to the senate the record of courts-martial held In the Philippines. Including tbe cases of Oeneral 8mlth and Major Glenn. Tbe transcript also covers the opinion of the attorney general In the caae of Captain O. M. Brownell, charged with ordering the punishment which caused the death of Father Augustln. President Wtl Be Read. President Roosevelt will go to the cap ltol at 10 otclock tomorrow morning and remain there until the expiration ot tbe Fifty-seventh congress at noon. As usual, the president will be in tbe president's room on the senate aide.. There be will sign such bills as may be passed In the last few hours ot the session. ' lasalar Trade Bosalag. Tbe bureau of Insular affairs of the Wsr department has secured the com plete official figures of Philippine commerce for November. 1902, the Importationa for which month, Inclu sive of gold and silver and government aupplles, were valued at approximately 13,000,000. or slightly in exceea of tbe average trade during eleven months of the cslendsr yesr ot 1902. More than half of this amount ! cred ited to ths purchase ot food articles and Is due In a great measure to crop failures. Tbe exports show a trade of nearly $3,500, 000, being the largest monthly export ahown alnce American occupation, with the exception of that of September laat. Hemp shipments approximated - three fourths of thla amount, nearly $2,000,000 worth being sent to the United States. During eleven months ending November 30, 1902, tbe totsl Imports were valued at $30,573,872. on which the duty amounted to more than $7,000,000, an increaae over eab of the two previous yer.rs. . A ateady gain ia ahown in the exports for eleven months of 1902, as compared with the figures for each of tbe two preceding yeara. Tbe total value ot thla trade during tbe laat calendar year period amounted to $25.S7.26. Exportationa to tbe Called States are valued at nearly $10,500,000. as compared with a ahowlag of only $2,500,000 In 1900. Haw ta Cars Caras aad Baalaai. These annoying and often distressing atl meuta can be immediately relieved and cured In a very abort lime by applying Cham berlain's Pain Balm and observing the fol lowing directions: First, soak the corn or bunion In warm water to aoften it, then pare tt down as closely aa possible without drawing blood, and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice dally, rubbing-vigorously tor five mlnutea at each application. A corn plaster ahould be worn a few days to r-rotect tt from the shoe. As a general liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness and rhsiucatlsm. Pain Balm la unequalled. widens in delight, AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Condition of Oitj'i Oaih Account 8uch as to Attract Attention. ALL FUNDS PRACTICALLY EXHAUSTED Care fat Ecohonay Will Bo Practiced to Avoid Increasing Overlap, bat Pay Will Ba In Warraati (or Moaths. There is but little money in tbe city strong box and It will require the utmost economy la all departments to pull through the fiscal year without making an increase in the overlap. There la no money in the fire fund and tbe members of the Are department will bave to take warrants until the next levy Is available. There la a balance of only $42 tn the general fund and thla will not go far toward paying running expenaea, ao war rants will hsve to be Issued. In tbe salary fund there Is enough to pay tbe city offt clala tor several months. Tbe public, light, Judgment and water funda are practically exhausted. - In the police fund there Is not enough money to pay tbe feed ot a canary bird for a week, while the balance ot the funds are about in tbe same condition. The amount of the 1902 levy waa $133. 655, receipta from all sources being $147,413. The total amount drawn up to date la $129, 939. Tbla Ieavea a balance on band In the various funds of $17,473. For last year tbe overlap bas been growing and aa tbe city growa naturally the expenaes Increase, so that there is an excuse for the Increased expenditure In tbe fire and police depart ments and also tn tbe street department. The water rental remains ths same as it was a year ago, for the reason that tbs Omaha Water company will not locate any more hydrants and extend malna until there Is money in sight to pay for tbe work performed. It ia the same with tbe elec tric light company, No more lights will be Installed until paat bills have been paid and there la money on hand to satisfy fu ture claims. One of the members of ths administration What Shall We Have for Dessert? This question arises la the family everyday. Let us answer it to-day. Try a delicious ana healthful dessert. Pre pared in two minutes. No boiling! no baking I add boiling water and set to eooU Flavors: Lemon. Orange, Rasp berry and Strawberry. Get packaga at your grocer to-day. lo eta. . that's all right! 4-.- ' 1 -' said yesterday that, what the city needs is a larger revenue, as the amount now re ceived from taxes bsrely pays running ex penses, to say nothing of psylng Interest on the outstanding Indebtedness or inter est on the overlap which la atill carried on the books. What is wanted la a bond laaue to clean up the overlap and to make prep arations for tbe building of sewers and the pavement -n ot certain streets which are badly in need of Improvements. Repairs to some of the paved streets .are needed, but as there is no way to secure this money at the present time, the streets will bave to go without repairs. ' The Twenty-fourth stret paring will hava to be gone over thla summer, also the L and N street paving and, portions of Q street. Still, there is no fund tor this Work, aa all of the street repair money ts needed in keeping the graded street la passable condition. An effort is to ba made, however, to Induce the council to paaa or dinances this spring tor the paring ot quit a number ot downtown attests. With the paving of streets permanent sldewalka follow and eonaequently tewer damage snlta. An attornay aald last night that tbe amount of money paid out by the city for damage claims would put perma nent sldewalka on halt the streets tn South Omaha. Ola Settlor Uavas. Today South Omaha loses on of lta old est settlers.- Mike O'Hern and his wife will move to a farm near Plattsmouth. O'Hern came to South Omaha when tbe principal streets were cornfields. He was always considered a Jolly, good fellow, and will be missed from his usual haunts. During bis fifteen yeara' residence in the Magic City O'Hern bas accumulated some property, so that now he deatres to re tire to a farm where he can spend bis re maining daya without being bothered with the cares and strenuous Ufa led by elty officials. Waat Thlrteoatk Street rise. There Is a movement on foot among the property owners In the southeastern por tion of the city to endeavor to induce tbe authorities to make some needed repairs to Thirteenth street. It is asserted that this roadway from the city limits on tbs north to the southern 11ns Is in bad abape. let year the county helped out on thla work aome and a reqneat will be made through Commissioner O'Keefte to have the county assist In this work. that is needed now. Considerable building is going on in the eastern part of tbe city and a good road Is demanded by thoae who wn property in this section. Waat Mora Walks. President Miller of the Board of Edu cation appointed a committee composed ot Morrill. Bock and Kubat to confer with the city council in regard to the conatruc tlon ot sidewalks In the vicinity ot Corrl; gan school. It baa been reported to tbe board that the puptla attending this school are compelled to walk not leas than three blocks through mud when tbe weather is soft. It Is desired by the board that; ateps bo taksn by ths council to cause walk to Off, be laid on streets adjacent to the Corrlgan school. This matter will be taken up with the comlttee on streets and alleys' some time during tbe week. As walks are being ordered laid all ovsr the city It seems probable that the council wtll pay some attention to the request ot the committee from the Board ot Education. Feeder ghlpnaeats. Last month the feeder shipments num bered li.167 bead. This is an Increase over January ot the present year and an lncreass orer February, 190$. Of the total feeder shipments nearly 7,000 head went to Nebraska feedlota, while the -balance were sent to feeding stations tributary to this market. South Omaha is now con sidered the Important feeding market on the river and the recorda ahow that tbe business here la growing rap'dly. Ma art City Gossip. A son has been born to Mr. and Mrs T. J. Nolan. E. O. Mayfield was enteVtalned by a num ber of his friends at the South Omaha club last night. Noah Vance of Wellington, Minn., is here looking for a location. He Intends going into Eualneaa here. The Anthes house was moved yesterday front Twenty-fifth and M streete Into the new building at Twenty-third and M streets. 8. D. Royer was handing out cigars yes terday. He said that It waa on account of a daughter arriving at hla home. Sev enteenth and J atreeta. John Flynn Is atill at Excelsior Springs, but he expects to leave for home this week. In a letter he states that his condi tion is little if any better. Qoepel meetings will be held every even ing this week at the United Presbyterian church. Twenty-third and L, atreets. liev. Peter Swan conducts the services. The third ten of the Presbyterian King's Daughters will give an orange social at the home of Mrs. William Kerry. 1414 North Twenty-sixth street, on Thursday evening. SCHOOL GIRLS, Tis a pretty zgt that time in a girl's life when she. has all the beauties of womanhood without the later lines of care and worry. But here and there even among school girls appear pale and drawn faces. Pale blood is at the bottom of the trouble and Scott's Emulsion can cure it Scotfs Emulsion brings back the beauty .to pale girls because it is bleed food. Bead lot Free ample. SCOTT ft BOWirg, CWausta, 409 rart sc, M. I,