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THE OMAITA DAILY nHE: TRIDAV. NOVEMBER C. 1001.
TsL 1-M. WE CLOSE SATURDAYS AT P. M. "Happiness In an art, and w hav to learn how to be happy, Just we hav to learn how to good," 1 ...'.-' .Friday morning we will offer templing values in broken lines of Fn nt h underwear and domestic gowns. These garments are daintily made and t rimmed with hand embroidery and fine laces. These, we. wish to close out and have made upecial prices to move them quickly FRENCH UAVD WADE DRAWERS. . At 11.00 each, reduced from II. BO. At 11.60 each; ; reduced' fromiCOO. At $1.75 each, reduced from 12.75. At $2 00 each, red u ceil from 13.00. At 13 W each, reduced from ti.Xi. At t3 W eaoh. reduced from IT,00. ' " LADIES' OOWN8. " A dalflty. ltn of" ladle' towns at I3.S0, Mil iai?WIrltEILMKI lY. M. C. A. Building, Corner Fine Stationery To look at 1 our line of Fine Writing Papers ie alone worth your while. All the hew shapes, sizes and tints. Trices are all cut in half on account of making invoice for holiday goods. MR SELLS STATIONERY. 16 IS Farnacn Street. REPORT ON TOE POOR FARM Intiiti gating Committee Seolaraa Oondi' tioni to Bs Dangerooi to Health.' ORDERS IMMEDIATE IMPROVEMENT MADE Money poorly Eapeade br Coanty Ceaina last on Defects Noted la Great Nnaabera Report la Referrea to Committee, Method of county commissioner In the letting of contracts were exposed yester 4ajr morning In the session of the eommla- sio.iers, when the bad plumbing-, sewering And steam heating of th county poor farm, which had been a subject for con troversy for fourteen years, was Up for consideration. During the early part of the year a pro test had gona up aaklng that the foul alrj . .k. , I Z l " , , T " " vrr , " w i.iutuKiu. acudi in cuuiuriiiii-r "- this demand the commissioner. Septerrt-; ber 28. ssnolnted Robert Parka. J. 3. Hani- ghen and Harry Oradwohl to Investigate the condition at the poor farm and re port' to the board, and the report of this committee was before the board ' thla morning and was the subject of acrimoni ous debate between the member of the board. The report of ths committee allowed a grand 'total of plumbing, sewering and steam heating' work at the county farm, during the past two years to be $6,498.30. The Invoice showed the laborers' time to have represented $184.00; the plumbers' time at 70 cent per hour was $3,771.6$, and the steam fitters' time at 70 cents per hour was $336. being a total expended for labor of $$,291.35. The remainder of the $6.49d.$0 was expended for the plumbing ami heat ing apparatus. Speaking upon the original condition of the plumbing In th county poor farm the report of the committee Includes the lol- a.- - , ..... .. .... . ,; , .. Report of Coasmlttee. Wa nrl.rln.llv l.n.ilf Invaatlvata the I wastage of water In connection with that old fixtures, but we find from your letter of February 21, 18u$, to James a. Clow A Bona, Chicago, that your board had aiready investigated, in la mutter OJtU iuubu anal up to February Si, lii, your saving on Water bill had been Hi per cent and since this date the saving baa . been much greater. We Ond before this Plumbing work was started that th plumbing was in a moat unsanitary Condition and th heating needed overhauling. W found that the cloeeta In particular were resting on th floor without any connection to hold them to th waste pipe, allowing the sewer ga .to escape into the rooms, enuilling great danger from disease. The urinals were of aa obsolete pattern, and in the Insane ward we are informed that there was no water connection to flush the urinal bowls. In fact, the plumbing had been Installed about fourteen year ago and besides btlng prac tically worn out the atyle and pattern of fixtures and work has been so greatly Im proved on that it waa necessary to make almost a complete new Job. building. Investigating as to the Tim and roe nave spent a great deal or tlmon the He said, "Casey hasn't the price of a dhrlnk." "An' how do he kuowt" He answered, "He not fihrlnklugr They aald the man the other chilly niorolng dldu't bare the price of an over coat And their reason was that be wasn't wear ing one. 'Twaa mean bnt 'twaa the way of the world. MaeCarthy Warmth Wooing" Winter Overcoata that hare a permanent fit and atyle that no ready- oiad overcoat can have- cot from patrician fabric. $31 to $60. MacCarthy Tailoring Company, Origins tots and Designers of the MacCarthy 1-But ion. Iutl-HrMall Boca. 404-JO 5 16th St Next door to V'lbuh Ticket Offlca. . P& l0a. 1 Bee, Nov. i. IV. SPECIAL SALE OF Muslin Underwear reduced from $4 60, 16. 0, fs.SO and WOO each. . FRENCH MADS CHEMISE. At 12.50 each, reduced from $3. B0. At A7 each, reduced front $5.00 and $5 $5. At $400 each, reduced from $6.75 and $6.00. FRENCH MADE CORSET COVERS. . At $1.75 each, reduced from $2.50. . At $2.00 each, reduced from $3.26. At $3.50 each, reduced from $5.o. Sixteenth and DougUiJttj Opp. N. Y. Ufa Bide material used in the work. The character of the work, which had been performed was such that from an Inspection thereof. It Was Utterly ImDOsslhle to make anv re- iiBuie eaumsie u 10 me amount ot time necessarily required to perform, the Same. We have further Investigated the work that Is still to be done and We find that there is a areat amount of labor and ma terial which Is sail to be furnished to make the entire Job In flrst-clasa condition.. Be low we nana you a list or work that Is still necessary to be done In both the piumDir t and neatlnr, It . wl. be necessary to overhaul all the hot water pipes in tne basement, and we recommend that an entire new set of pipes be put In in place of the eld. This applies not only to the basement, but throughout the entire building, where the changes havs noi aireaay oeen maae. We found the kitchen In a most unaanl, tary condition and would recommend that immediate atepa be taken particularly on this part of the bulldlna. It will be neces sary to nut in. proper trapa and connect them to the sewerage and ventilation. In laundry toilet room it will be necessary to put In this room two new baalna and connect them to the sewer and ventilation, and also put In new baatn cock. Bath tub alao needs new faucets. Ths slop sink in the women's Insane ward is connected "to the Iron waste pipe, with a lead connee- tlon, which la broken off entirely at the - flnorj m We .reoommend that an Iron .pipe connection- be made from thS sink 6 the waste pipe. There will be required In the I nien " insane wara a new wop sink wvin proper iron pipe connection to waste pipe, l'T.n '"rtnal in thla ward heeds trap ventlla, Hon. ; Wa find that the tran for tha fixtures in the surgical ward Is connected In the bafa ment, and we advise that this trap be re moved and a new trap be Installed directly beneath the fixture, with proper connec tion to waste and ventilation. There are several openings In the soil pine whlc are plugged with cement and were left this way when the building was con structed, and we would advise that this cement be removed and proper iron pip plugs be Inserted, so as to- shut off lh Inflow of sewer gas. There are a great number of fauceta that are In need of re pairing. The fiance union which conneot the different plpea together are In need of new pacKings. in low pressure steam valve on tne secona Doner is in neea o repairing, as in Its present condition cannot be used on low pressure heating, and would advlne that this defect be reme died at once. There are quite a number of radiators that are leaking and they should be repaired before the cold weather sets in. There are quite a number of radiators that have psen disconnecter, ana these should be placed In proper working position at once. . We find the Inmates of the Insane ward continually pull the radiators -from their connectlona and each and every radiator in this ward should be properly fastened to the walls With Iron strsos so that the connectlona will remain Intact and further damage be prevented to the system. New return connections are needed . from the . steam traps In basement to ths receiver. i nere snouiu ue vmim-u'ru iu inn nui wmer heater a catch but In of cast Iron, which should be -connected to the it. Wo find that when the bu lging was originally con structed that three -ventlla' Ihg fans were placed In the bemen. The fans were placed there for the rui-nose of drawing th foul air from the different portion of the building. At the preeent time thev are not connected- to the steam- plpea and spparently were never operated, and the foul air remains In building, it being Impossible tr remove It without me chanical means. We. nI1ev It ia a matter of vltnl Importance to the health of Inmate that thla defect In eonetruction be re ne J led at once. If this system of ventilation la properly overhauled, a great portion of the preaent dlaarreeable and' unhealthy odors will be obliterated. We have spent practically thirty days' time checking over the building and In voices and it la our Arm -oijlnlnn tha In. voices are correct as rendered and that wora was inaiauea in h nrst emu manner. We therefere recommend mat tne work that is undone be completed at an early date. ... Iaisveratl loaoitioa. Following tha reading of th report Mr. Hart aald the Inmate of the poor farm should have .relief; that to compel human beings to Uv In such a "hole" waa a con dition shlch would soon become Insuffer able. Mr. O'Keeff said that a plumber had been at the building for two year, but that from all appearance he had don dam age instead of good. Th fact wa cited that the patchwork had cost th county about $7,000, when the whole system . of pipe and plumbing could have been re moved and put In entirely new at a cost not to exceed $10,000. The report of the committee waa Anally referred to the poor fojju couimlttee, The county commissi titers let th .-tass "B" work for the repairing of th county road to K. D. VanCourt, whose bid was $6,571.04. The other bidder for thla class of work, together with their bids, are her Indicated: J ease n A Redman, $$,917.65: C, E. Fanning, $10,936.0$. A Barn Neves Bsrai After Porter" Antiseptic Jleallng Oil Is ap plied. Relieve pain Instantly ar1 heals at th same time. For man or be a at. Price 25c. Iron Maaataetaror Cat Price. NEW YORK. Nov. I.-At a sneetln nf leading steel and Iron manufacturer of Ih eouatry In thla city arrangement hav been practically concluded. It ia said, for a reduction in the price of billet amounting to, per ton. malting tn new price Si tun. ca avsry AJwaiya ttetpla tha Full Nana OirCkfaOMr.U4pbi3 Day 71S lex. 33 UDCEO. P:Sll.RAS RETIRES reiiiant Acnow dga Yean of Faith fa 8mc is Appro-in j Action. GOVERNMENT WILL DEFEND INDIANS Secretary Hitchcock Takes Step t Protest I-egal Rights of Thaso Actattl at Killing ntlng Sheriff. WASHINGTON, Nov. $. The prealdent ha acquiesced In the retirement of Oliver P. Shirs. Judge ot the federal court for the northern district of Iowa, to take ef fect November 1. In doing so President Roosevelt expressed himself lit th follow ing complimentary lettert It Is with great regret that I accept your resignation. I cannot allow the occasion to pasa without congratulating you upon the signal success which has marked your labors on the federsl hench and I trust that the period -of retirement upoa which you are about , to enter and which you nave earned so wen win db bs mu i lafiitlon to von aa the narlod of your service was full of usefulness to tha nation. Will Protect tadlaas., The commissioner of Indian affalra today received the following telegram concerning the Indian situation from Agent Brennan of the Pine Ridge agency, dated yesterday at Hot Spring. S. D.l" ' A sheriff and posse from Wyoming ar rested nine Indians and their famlllea near Edgemont, 8. I.. Inst night, 'lliey are sup posed to be part of the party engaged In Batnrrinv. Tried to have them re leased pending Investigation: officers Insist on taking them to Douglas. Wyo., for hear ing. INo violence inreateueu. mo i ernor should be telegraphed at once to use all means to protect the Indians now under arrest. The United Btates attorney should be ordered to Douglas to see Justice is don to Indian under arrest. In my opin ion the killing of tne six inuiaus repuiKu waa totally unjustliwd. In accordance with this recommendation the ecretary of the Interior has requested the governor of Wyoming to protect the Indian under arrest. It also has peen decided to send Special Agent McNIchol to the scene of the recent conflict to make Inquiry concerning it. Following Is a copy of Secretary linen cock's telegram to Governor Chatterton. Have reporta that the sheriff and posse from Wyoming on Movemrier l rreieu nine Indians and their families near Edge- mont. 8. V., wno are suiiyuee.i " ri Jr.- in flrht on Saturday .... !,. nwr tnalnted on taking them to Douglas, Wyo., for hearing, mob vengeance being threatened, in view of the public excitement ana eviaem mmuni of th whites. I respectfully urge that you . i.. .ii n.na.i.rtf fiiMni at Vouf command to protect lives and persons of Indians as act or simple jubmuw i iuc.... secretary Hitchcock has also made a ror. mal request of the attorney general for legal Drotectlon for the. Indian under ar. reat o far as he la able to grant it. i ne secretary expresses tha opinion that as th Indians are wards of the nation they ahould be protected In their legal rights , by tne a-ovarnment. Tonleht Secretary Hitchcock received th fniinwlna- dispatch from Oovernor Chatter- ton of Wyoming, In answer to the request of the secretary that the Indians arrested be protected : CHETENNE. Wyo., Nov. 6. Hon. E. A HltchcoCK, pecreiary onm " i i c Anawerlnc vour telegram, Have Just" been In communication with the sheriff at Pouglaa. There Is no mob vio lence threatened. M nere wm no n""u on the part f th whites. The snenu ye .h. surrender of the Indian. Jn i... .... er killing eherlff and deputy Precaution to protect Indian. W simply eslre they be tried as any white man charged with crime. I shall personally use .r endeavor to see that they have a fair Y .. ... vnn , n (i r rn. .ml. win i... wr. trial F. CHATTERTON iHla-ned.) The dispatches hav been referred i.J Secretary Hitchcock to the Department of Justice, with the request that such step ac aro necessary be, taken for th protection of th Indiana. Extent at Damage by Exploloa Admiral O'Nell. chief of tha naval ord nance bureau, today received a telegram from Captain Perry, In temporary charge of the Brooklyn navy yard, stating that from six to nine men were killed, fiv in Jured. and hell house No. I and 4, with their contents, destroyed by the explosion of th naval magaslne on Iona Island. Cap tain Perry stated that he already had ap pointed a board, which 1 proceeding at one to Iona Island to Investigate tne acciaem. Decide gtatlosi of Troope. Some time ago General Davla, command ing the division of tha Philippines recom mended a reduction of the garrison in those Islands, and th aecretory ot war authorised the chief of staff to determine what reduc tlon ahould be made. Lieutenant General Young haa decided that the garrison In. th Philippine should remain at four regi ments of cavalry and nine of Infantry. When th arrangement for fiv regi ment of cavalry and ten of Infantry was made It waa considered that one-third of the Infantry and cavalry would be at all time In the Philippine and two-thirds In th United Btates. When the orders were being prepared for the recent change, however. It waa necessary to pass over tha Eighth In fantry because half of that regiment wa In Alaska. By keeping only nine regiment of Infantry In th Philippine It will enable the department to make the exchangea without interfering with the Alaska serv ice and possibly th Porto Rlcan ervlce, and in addition there to an extra regiment will be always available for an emergency without breaking down the plan. It Is Im probable that any further reduction of the garrison In th Philippine will be made until proper barrack accommodations can b provided In th United State. CHANGE OF NAME PROPOSED Nonpartisan W. C. T. V. to Vote on Becoming Woman's Christina Trmperanc Alliance. i CLEVELAND, O., Nor. B. Th national convention of th non-partisan Women's Christian Temperance union closed today with morning and afternoon sessions, dur ing which there were addresses and read ing of reporta by aeveral prominent work er. Th election of officer resulted: Presi dent, Mrs. George W. Cobdenta of Ann Arbor. Mich; general secretsry, Mrs. Ellen J. Phlnney of Cleveland, O.; recording aee retary. Mr. Morris T. Wood of Doe Run, Pa.; treasurer, Mrs. Hiram Harroan ' of Mansfield, O. ; Vic president. Mr. E. B Hurford of Indlanola, Ia. Secretarlea of departmental Legal and legislative work. Mr. J. Ellen Foster of Washington; evangelistic Mrs. Mary J. Aldrich of Mis souri; Sabbath school, Mr. 11. H. Ellis of Philadelphia; scientific temperance In struction, Mrs. B. Fi 8a very of West chester. P.; young peoples' work, Mrs. G, W. Coblents of Ann Arbor, Mich.; reserve work, Mr Ellen M. Watson of Pittsburg, Pa.; army, navy and marine corps, Mrs. F. Hexlmaa of Belmont. Ia.; literature and press, ,Mra. Florence C. Porter -of California; national organiser and evan gelist, Mrs. C. C. Gerould of Cleveland. O An amendment to voted upon at th next convention . waa presented, which, means th dropping of th present title of th union and th assumption of th nam, National Woman' Christian Temperance alliance. Gaaranteoa lr tar Pile. Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protrudtog FAZO OINMENT fall to cur you I t Pile. Your druggist will refund money If 14 BSC METHODISTS ASSIGN FUNDS ttiarch rxteasloa Roard r asses ts Applleatloa ef f nafereaee . for Moaey. KANSAS' CITT. Nor. S.-The general committee of church extension of the Meth odist Episcopal - church, now In sesjtlrm here, by a vote of 27 to $ rejected the plan to consolidate home mistlons and church extension benevolences. Thla does not carry with It a rejection of the plan to consolidate other charitable departments of th church, which will com up for con sideration later. Th committee alao re jected, by a vote of almost two to one, the plan aubmltted yesterday by an Ohio repre aentatlve to change th rule of the church o that the eotlety could hot assist churches whose building Cost mora than $10,000. - At the afternoon session the work of making appropriations for aiding the bulld- ng of house of- worship In the various eonferencea daring the coming year waa be gun. The . following appropriations were made, the first column showing th amount tha conference must rals to entitle it to the loan set down in the second column: Subscription Loan. $ 350 3.00 &no BV) 0 l.ono 760 l.B"0 600 675 4,0"0 350 tK 7,000 6.0110 ) 1.000 1.200 Alabama .v...; $ W0 Alaxka mission 100 Arlxnna mission w Arkansas' 2i5 Atlanta 275 Atlantic mission Austin $26 Raltlmore 7.WO Black Hills .$..1... 2W) Blue Ridge 226 CaJIfofnla 1,0110 California Germans $60 Central Alabama . Central German 7.0i l Central Illinois Central Missouri Central New York... Central Ohio Central Pennsylvania Central Swedish .. . .. B.OO'k. .. 30 .. $.6"9 .. 6,0if) $,6"0 .. W .. . i!5 .. 4,00i) ..'6 5"0 .. 1.500 .. 1.2H0 .. 1,000 .. 1.000 .. 5.000 .. $.0110 1.3W 9"0 . S'C 4.000 Central Tennessee... Chicago German .. Cincinnati ...(... 1.200 $.000 Colorado Columbia River . Dakota r. ..." Delaware 4,000 2,000 1,000 Des Moines 1.800 Detroit $.000 ' 1.000 4.000 2,000 300 Esstern Bwedlsh 2"0 East German - 4,0"0 East Maine .. ...... l.ooo East Ohio l.t"u For general purposes th following ap propriations were mode: Contingent fund, $10,000 emergency fund, $30,000; expense of administration, $25,000; preferred claims. $115,000. The committee recommended that sites for churches In the rapidly growing citle of the west be bought well out In th suburbs or beyond corporal, limit. ELECTION RESULT IN STATE (Continued from First Page.) Lincoln; K.- Wood Smith, Nance; George D. Carrlngton, Jr., Nemaha; W. T. Bat tenfteld. Nuckolle; R. C. King, Otoe; J. C. Waddell, Pawnee; E. E. Larson, Phelps; George - Crocker, Richardson; George M. Hopkins, Rock; Frank Johnson, ' Scott' Bluffs; K. H. Coon, Seward;. Charlea O. Stewart,. York. . 1 - Fuslonists: Charles U Coons, Clay; D, D. Donovan, GreeleypJ. A. Ziegler, How ard; J. W. Mehgeil Saunderai W. H. Hy land, Stanton; Crato H. Whlppen, Thura- ton. - Democrats: C.;- 81 ' Wortman, -Cass Charlea Arnot, Dodge;' J. A. Woodward, Hamilton; J. R. Baker;' Kearney; T. W, Crum, MadlonM'H. LaVy,' Platte; 1). C. Hopkins',' Saline) O. P. Miller, Barpy FREMONT,- J Netk. 'or. $. (SpetjlaL) The- following' county- effloer were elected In Dodge owiftty yerfterdayr Coanty clerk C. O. Bo, dentbetat;' anrtff,'--nt,on Bau- man. Jr.vrPubl'carw assessor, .Burlrngama Walfter... republican ; , surveyor, J. .M.' , Saun ders, republican; treasurer, u. j. uuuum ton,, democrat: clerk of district court, J. M. Crulckshank, democrat; coroner, Frank H. Brown, democrat; county Judge, A. H. Brlggs,' republican; supervisor, dis trict No. 2, J. A. Graham, republican No. 4, P. J. Flannagan, democrat; No, B. W. Boyd, republican; city of Fremont Justice of tha peace, A. K. Dame, repub lican; Georg' Looschen, democrat. Con tablea, William Chestnut and H. Wat son, republicans. L0S.ES leg from accident Yoaaa- Has Trie to Catch Car Be- tnt'i Cross Street aa41 la ' -Hurled Beaeata. In an attempt to catch a street car mov Ing swiftly between Paul and Hamilton street on North, , Twenty-fourth yester day Charlea Edmunds waa thrown under the car and had hi left leg crushed at tha ankle so badly that amputation wa da cided to bs necessary and an operation wa performed at 10 o'clock. Th car waa moving outh at tha usual rat of speed when young Edmunds ran out from th pavement and attempted to catch th handlebar of the motorman' cab. - It wa -crowded and was not atopplng for passenger, as it waa not a atopplng plaae. Th ear waa stopped, however, after passing over Edmund and he wa picked up by passenger, who carried him Into nearby store. Dr. , Cummlngs was sum moned and on arrlvlnr at the atore where Edmund waa lying ordered that h be taken to St. Joseph' hospital At 10 o'clock Dr. MacDlarmld. police Burgeon, wa railed to tha hospital to aaslat In tha amputation of Edmund's lag at the knee. Th young man stood th operation well and the doo tor report will recover In the usual time If complication do not arise. Charlea Edmunds resided with his parent at 1401 North Twenty-fifth street. He I employed by the , BarkaJaw Bros. News agency and waa going to work when th accident occurred. , VOTE ON THESCH00L BOARD sentl-OfBcial Hetara Show Joha L. McCagrw ta Bo ,tha High Man. Semi-official totals of tha vote cast for member of th Board ot Education ar aa follow: Thomss II. Johnson, rep Howard L. Krelder, rep John L. McCagu. rep James W. Maynord, rep John H. Vance, rep George B. Lske, dem Clarke Powell, dem Freilerick J. Wearne, dem R. F. Williams, dem William A. Wyatt. dem !,005 ,t.7 8.00$ 7,871 6.2m! I.tW i.mi 6,Un7 l.9 ' Wreck aa Mtssoarl Faclae. NEBRASKA CITT. Neb., Nov. .-(8pe-clal.) A northbound freight train on the Missouri Paclflo was wrecked two - mllea south of Julian this morning. Ten ears went In th ditch. Including three car of cattle. Tha engine and caboose did not go over and no on wa injured. The track will probably not be cleared until lata to night. Train from Omaha this noon wer sent back by way of Weeping Water and then down on th Auburn branch. , .John Welglaa Wn Insane. HURON, S. D.. Nov. L Special Tele gram.) It traasptrea that John Wslglan, who blew out his brains with a shotgun laat night, had one been an Inmate of the Asylum for tha Inaan at Yankton. He had shown sign of Insanity a number of time during th last few week. Recently h at tempted to shoot a young roan her and wa under bonds to appear for trial la De cember, lit mother reside here. fARIFF FIGHT PREDICTED eng'oT Teller Belieiei Extra Ssi'ion Wil Bot Pan lUoiprocity Bill. CONGRESSMAN TAWNEY TALKS OF PLAN There gcema to Be Iirrerac oi Oplaloa Between Hoaao ana seaate as ta Way ta Kaact hevr livr. WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. There were om Interesting develojiments today as to the method of congressional proceedtire on the Cuban reciprocity treaty. The treaty wa mended by the senate adding the words, thla treaty shall not tak effect until th ame ahall have the approval of the con gress." It ha been generally supposed that a Joint resolution or a bill approving th treaty wbuld be all that was necessary, but member ot the house, and some senators, take an entirely different view. They aay that a bill must be passed reducing thetduty on the products of Cuba and that every provision affecting duties must be enacted Into legislation. Representative Tawney of Minnesota, who waa leader of the republican minority that opposed the reciprocity bill In the last con gress, said today that the provision requir ing congressional approval, when inserted In the treaty, was known to him to be defec tive and open to constitutional objections. The treaty of 1X54 with Great Britain for reciprocity with Canada and the reciprocity treaty ot 187$ with Hawaii, he added, both contained a provision at the very beginning stating that when suitable legislation was enacted by congress to carry otit the pro vision of the treaties then the president should issue a proclamation announcing the fact and the treaty thereupon should be come effective. Both treaties were fol lowed by legislation In the form of a bill reciting the articles that were to be ad mitted duty free. Mast Amend Tariff Laws. Mr. Tawney contends that to approve ths treaty by a simple resolution would be void and asserts that the sugar provision of the treaty I nothing more than a pledge of good faith of the government that the duties on sugar shall not be changed dur ing the life of the treaty. Any tariff bill, he contends, can abrogate thla provision of the treaty or the treaty Itself. Th finance committee, which meets to morrow, will take tip the subject of th form of legislation necessary to carry th treaty Into effect. Generally th senators believe that a simple resolution of approval will be all that is necessary, but some sena tor, notably Senator Teller of Colorado, think that if approval Is attempted In any such form It will raise a constitutional question which will cause a long debate In the aenate. Senator Teller expects that the whole tariff question will be opened up for discussion by the Cuban measure and that it will be well Into the regular session be fore action on tha matter 1 taken by the achate. This afternoon Representative Pavne. Hemenway, Dalxell, Tawney and Mann con ferred with Mr. Cannon on th form of the proposed Cuban legislation. Later Mr. Can non said the matter would be determined by the way and mean committee. 4 Mr. Payne, who la to be chairman of that committee, said that he could not make any aennite statement aa to the form of the legislation until he had consulted all mem ber of the committee, but It wa his opin ion that the measure in form would be a bill rather' than a resolution, as he did not see how the houaa -could do otherwise;.. , ... Allison Predicts Revolatlbn. ' Senator Allison, ; Aid rich. Bpooner 'and Piatt of Connecticut arrived In Washington tonight ahd Immediately went Into confer ence In Senator Allison's apartments at the Arlington hotel. At th conclusion Senator Allison aald he believed tha Cuban treaty would be made operative by Joint resolution. He cited the method adopted by congress In' relation to the Mexican treaty a a precedent The aneclal commute appointed by the senate at the last session to prepare a financial bill to be submitted for considera tion of the Fifty-eighth session of congress haa not prepared a draft of ita Idea, and Senator Allison said tonight he doe not look for much financial legislation. How ever, the senate finance committee will meet tomorrow and some definite program may be made. WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL Appointment la th Postal and Raral Mall gervlca la Nebraska aad Iowa. (From a Staff Correspondent.) ' WASHINGTON, Nov. 5.-(Speclal Tele gramsEd Mttthlson ha been appointed regular and Magglo Mathlson substitute rural carrier at Panora, la. Paul P. Schafbuch has been appointed postmaster at Genoa Bluff, Iowa county, Ia., vie Georg Howard, realgned. These Nebraska rural routes will be established December 1: Garrison, Butler county, one rout; area covered, thirty two equar mile; Population, too. Peru. Nehama county, one additional: area cov ered, twenty-six square mile; population. uu, .... ORANGE CR0P IS HEAVY Twenty-Poor Thoasnnd Carload to Be Seat from Rontbern Callforal-Tv BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 6.-President E. P. Ripley of th Banta F road 1 now looking over the California branch of th road while on hi way to Inspect th work of filling in China Basin In this city, on which th company Is spendlngaover 2.000,000. . Report aubmltted to Mr. Ripley at th Loa Angelea head office concerning th orange, lemon and celery shipments from southern California, during th season Just opening, show that there will bs sent east 1,600 carloads of celery, 1,000 cars of lemons and about H0OO carloads of orange. Woman Crashed Ihder Trnln. 8T. LOUIS, Nov. I Mrs. Mary Tyndall of Milwaukee was crushed under a train at Union station today and died soon after at th City hospital. Hhe was M years old and had been the guest of her brother, J. D. Gorman, at Kirk wool. Mrs. Tyndall waa Just about to depart fur Milwaukee when she met her death. iBsoumi riu Highest award at World's Oolaabion. , Bxpu-utMi-a. Aa Anerieaa Chanipaga aoknowl dsd by aunuolaMar va tw ouati acuta to aev ae superior.. Lie of purs, delicious ehsaapa- . should ak for 'k ImpwuJ, and soot ae substitute. Two Days Uuore SPEE1AL EHEjeDDT OF THE For SOFT COAL. ft lit Greatest Soft Coal Heater ever made. Smokeless Sootless Double-Heater attachment for heating room up-stalrs. Cost of fuel less than ten cents for twenty-four hours. Stove can be seen In operation at store of ita lo Mr. Matt Bingham, special representative of the Garlaml Stove Co., will show the store in actual use. If you doubt or if you are interested, we would be pleased to see you. You are no-' asked to buy just investigate. t OMAHA STOVE HEADQUARTERS, i4th ahd mnu STS. JS WSm Come to our offlc and I will make a thorough and clenttflc EXAMINA TION of your aliments FKEui Ob' CHARGE, aa exaJiinaUon . that will d.sclose your true physical condition, without a knowledge of which you are groping in the dark. , If you have taken treatment without success, I will show you why It failed. 1 want all ailing men to feel that they can come to our office freely for . examination and explanation of their condition without being bound by any obligation to take treatment unless they so desire. Every man. whether taking treatment or contem plating same, should take advantage of this opportunity to learn his true condition, as I will advise him how to best retrain bis health and strength ut.to ripe old age. 1 Or It 'a cot ao much of calamity that man-xontracts diseases or weaknesses, but that he neglects them fails to secure the proper treatment for their cure, or . he has experimented with too many free treatment nd quick cure schemes. We MAKE NO MISLEADING STATEMENTS or deceptive proposition to the afflicted, neither do we or. mle to to secure their Datronaa-e. but we auarantee ING cure In the QUICKEST POSSIBLE TIME, without leaving Injurious after effects in the system, and at the lowest cost possible (or HoNfcST. SKILLFUL AND SUCCESSFUL services. We cure STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, NERV0-5EXUAL DEBILITY, EfllS SI0N5, IMPOTENCY, BLOOD POISON, (SYPHILIS) RECTAL, KIDNEY AND URINARY DISEASES. . and all diseases ond weaknesses du to inheritance, evil habits, excesses, or the result of specific aiseases. . CCNaiLiTATIOK FREE Write If yon cannot call. Offlc bonrs, 8 a. n. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10 to 1 only. Stato Electro-Medical Institute, 1308 Farnam Street, Between 13th and I4h Streets, Omahe, Neb CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN bear this famous mark MAKERS Ki NEWyORK Correct in cloth,, because shrunk in the BENJAMIN plant not sent out to take chances with others. Correct in cut. because designed by style creators. Correct In fit, be cause measured on a model of your figure. Correct in tailoring, because each tailor is a specialist (making but one portion of a garment), each receives a weekly salary, and the health of each is cared for in sanitary workrooms. Th prlc M rlhL Your money back H anything gob wl rng. On store Mils thwn hart. 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Library liuffet Car Barter Sw standard tileeveri Diner ' Chair Car$ Everything, ' Cit Offices 14011403 FARNAM 8T. OMAHA , TtU 624-661 rofDRUHKARDS WHITS DO VS. CUai seer -!! lu...irof Ins for .irons drink, Hi. siineUle fur wiilch c l.t sfter u.ius 4 1. 1st renwdjr. tles In n.r 11 i.f ..I I mi 1 1 ImMLmimA: vrav :mut mi will or wiiuoui iiwwiwsii wi r'"n -. . Sherman fc McConi: lruf Co., Omaha. ii ami il:meit. sore fi Sons Go fwyft"tM'.ju " "' 1 l'-vl'.M." I yJkyC22 lit j BOYD S w"""r!,?eWi Tonlaht. Satarday aad Snnday Sight Matinees Saturday and Sunday CLAY CLcMErJT' In His Southern Comedy Drama - THE NEW DOMINION''. Prices-Mats., tic, 60c; night, 2&c, Sue. '.i--. U. r Tuesday and Wednesday Matin A Night "ON THE BRIDGE AT MIDNIGHT" Prlcee Mstlne. any seat t; Night, lc. &c, uc, luv.