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THE OMAHA" "DAILY TIKE: PHNDAY rEnRUATtY 21. 1001.
DIETRICH INQUIRY WAITS EenatoTS Will Not Take it Up Until Canal Treat ia Disposed Oi SOME ACTION EXPECTED AFTER TUESDAY Iowa Delegation Takri Kindly to tho Suggretlon of Sending Tt fen Mon and the (iartnor to Chicago Convention, (From a Staff Correspondent.) WASHINGTON. Fib. 20.-Bpeclal Tele gram. )fntll after the ratification of the Panama treaty, the vote on which will be taken Tuesday, at an hour yet to be fixed, the special committee charged with the Dietrich Investigation, It Is understood, will not have a meeting to fix the scope of the Inquiry. Monday being a legal holiday considerable time will be taken up In read ing Washington's farewell address, which thla year will be read by Senator Heyburn of Idaho. After the reading It la thought the senate will' go Into executive session for the purpose ot considering the Panama treaty. Tuesday the senate will ba In ex ecutive session the major portion of the dny, several senators still desiring to talk on the treaty. Members of the special rommlttes have flatly refused to give any expressions of opinion as to the scope of the Investigation or whether witnesses will be summoned to Washington. Whether the inertlugs will be secret or open to tha public is also yet to be determined. Should they be executive, witnesses) who will be summoned to Wnshlngton will appear be fore five distinguished lawyera whose abil ity on cross-exrjnlnatinn ia wall known. Until the committee can have a meeting to determine the course of action everything is problematical. Lincoln Prefers a. Request. Congressman Burkett la In receipt of a resolution passed by the city council of Lincoln requesting trie government to per mit the una of the court room In the fed eral building and the two rooma adjacent for rlty council purposes. It will be re called that the bill authorising the erec tion of the, new pontoftlce building at Lin coln provided also for the sale of the old pustoince building to the city of Lincoln for municipal purposes. Owing to the crowded condition of the Lincoln city hall und Inadequate space for meetings of the city council, the court room In tha federal hulldlne; Is greatly needed and the city council now desires permission to occupy It previous to the purchase of the building by tho city. Mr. Uurliett will take up the request with Bocretary Bhaw on Monday, lomm Like the Snargeatlon. Members of the Iowa delegation are greatly taken up with the suggestion of the president that Senators Allison and Dolll ver and Oovernor Curamjr.s be selected as three of the four delegates-at-large to tho national convention from that state. For some time It looked as If Oovernor Cum mins would make a fight to control the delegatlon-at-large, the governor himself heudlng tha delegation, for the purpose of going on the committee of resolutions end urging before that committee a plank favoring Canadian reciprocity. Governor Cummins, however, so fur as can be ascer tained, has made no move toward realizing an ambition to nominate the delegates-at-large sln:e the announcement was made that President RoosoveP. disclaimed any Intention wh-..oevir of Interfering In the politics of Iowa, but desired Senators Alll aon and Dolllvcr on the delegation. The president realties that conservation must bo the watchword in 10W, and while he U anxious to have Oovernor Cummins go to Chicago, he Is not wholly In sympathy with the movement to fasten reciprocity with Canada npon tho party in ths coming cam paign. F.dltor George E. Roberts of the Des Moines Register-Leader, who la looksd upon as a Cummins supporter, .and Qeorgo D. Perkins, editor of the Sioux City Journal, who also believes In a modified tariff, have both In the past few days given out inter views fuvoiing President Roosevelt's sub- The Popular Voto of 1904 la I naiiituoualy In Favor of Ststaurt'a Dyspepsia Tablets They or - tho Nation' Favorite. No artloU on the market, whatever be tha purpose for whl;i It 'wax created, can bo a phenomenal success and ba universally popular unless la possesses great and un failing merit. Inferior and worthies arti cles may flourish for a limited time if their' praise aro sung by sufficient clever and catchy advertising, but their days are num.- ered from the start and their finish is a foregone conclusion. Thla Is an age of tha aurvlval of the fittest, and only articles of true, worth ondure. The unparalleled and phenomenal auoceaa of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets from a busi ness standpoint la not unnatural nor sur prlslng. It Is due directly to their unparal leled and phenomenal auccaaa in ourlng multiplied thousands of cases of dyspepsia throughout tho hmgUah-apeaklng world. The reason of the wonderful success of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets la so plain and simple U)at a child can understand. It la this and nothing more; they are natural In their workings aia effects. Thpy take up the work of tha worn and wiistod stomach and do It Just as tha stomach did when It was well and strong and able. They actu ally dlgeat tho food and do It thoroughly. completely and Independently, thus giving tho weak aad weary st.waach an ocDortun. lty to renew and rostaln Its wasted strength. You forgot that you hare a stomach just aa you did when you were a healthy boy ar girl and Nature restores and heals that organ and makes ft well and strung. A t. Louis Dusineao man saya: "I was a confirmed dyspoptlo for years. Wli&t I ate had to bo forced down and most of It aoured or lay like lead In my stomach and did uve no good. I was In constant misery both In mind and body and came to ba cranky, morose and Irritable. My natural disposition, which was oheorful and pleas ant, left mo and I waa alienating all my friends. The doctors did me no good. I got so I ha tod the eight or name of a doc tor. My wife finally worried me luto buy ing a box of Ktuart'a Dyspepsia Tablets which I began taklag under protest, as I had no faith In anything or anybody. I was sore on creation. "I hud not taken a third of that box before I noticed a deckled and moot wel come change. I could enjoy a good meal and feel no bad effects following It. I for got my stomach and had a chain- to think about something else. I went ahoad with my ' business with ease and comfort. Six boxes of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tableta at a total outlay of S3.U0 cured mo compicus'y and I have not suffered a pain from dyspepsia f. r two years. I have aa appetite Ilka a alxteen-yar-old boy. I wish everyone who suffers from dyspepsia could know v hat a change this great remedy made In tr.e." Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale by druggists everywhere at 50 cents a box. All druggists carry them acd ths beat doc'ora are prescribing them. You need jt fear that you will over bo unable to get them; fur, because of tha good they have done mankind and the Buffering they have relieved and tho happines they have caused, tha fame and the success and the popularity of Stuart's Dyspepsia- Tableta freta generation to generation will endure. '.Inn. Fo far as the Iowa delegation i kerned, they are all for harmony, and 'only through harmony and the sinking "otlonal differences that a solid repub " delegation In congress can be elected. irge D. Perkins, editor of the Sioux (-''Journal, and Mrs. Perkins left for n today, after two weeks spent among ttnJiny friends In Washington. Hltrhrork's Maiden KfTort. Creman Hitchcock today made what ,n Hly was his maiden speech on the nv'pproprlatlon bill. Mr. Hitchcock on ""vc-i other occasions has been heard In the le, but only In the way of questions "', lunations in the course of debate upon loluUons which he Introduced or his eciru,,g cf the democratlo side had lntrodd. Today, however, he delivered himMl.f a set speech in opposition to a largely. The speech was one of fault finding, a of criticism of the policy of the at riBtration. While he waa bitter In his djnc.ia.Uon of the administration's policy a while he antagonized the num ber of n fighting machines provided for In the b he gave no suggestion aa to what he xild do if he had the making of the la. except that he would lniat upon the vernment owning its own ship yards so it the Shipbuilding trust might be smashqnto smithereens. Mr. Hitch cock was ifood voice and his speech was received w, great favor by the demo crats. The were many vacant seats on the republic aide, which may account for the lack icjfppiause from that direction. He was aacjed careful attention by his republican cyaguea from Nebraska, one of whom waunkind enough to say that Mr. IlltehaocVns once more on the wrong side of a popir Question. Vot Reserve BUI. Senator Hanrough today Introduced a Nil relating t, creation of forest reser vations on theubllc domain. The meas ure provides tfci if a tract of land covered by an Imperfect bona fide claim or by patent, la lnclud in the limits of a publlo forest reservatlc hereafter created the pettier or owner preof may. If he desire, relinquish the trs. to the government. In which case he mr be entitled to receive from the govea-nnht such sum of money aa may be agreed pon between the secre tary of tho lnterlc and the party so llnqulshlng, after lamination, appraise ment and report by proper officer of the government. The bl also provides that no forest reservation phi hereafter be created covering any lands ithin the limits of any railroad land grant, nd that, in exchange for any lands which iay hereafter be sur rendered by any , irson or corporation within a forest rser heretofore created, such exchange shall e allowed only for lands of like ehamet-, whether such ex change Is made throgh the medium of land scrip, right of seHIon or otherwise. A defective flue at le home of former Senator Thurston toda caused damage by fire of about 1100 to th house and its con tents before it wa extigulshed. The loss Is covered by insurance Uepartmentl Kotes, Postmasters appointee Nebraska Glen- vllle, Clay county, Choir A. Brandt, vice Frank Flesner, resign. Iowa Ilanford, Cerro Oordo county, R.W. Scott, vice E. C. Brooks, resigned; Mctona Mills, Mont gomery county, John M Parther, vice C. W. Johnson, resigned; lira, Washington county, Samuel Evans, vie W. M. Kessler, resigned. South DakoAi-Taleot', Clark county. Belle Cote), vce Charles W. Lyman, resigned. Rural carriers appolned: Nebraska- Elgin, Clarence E. Chpman, regular; Charley Chapman, aubstit. Iowa Guern sey, Robert Shull, regular John F. Shu'.l, Jr., aubstltute. Rural routes ordered established April 1; Nebraska Caarkson, Colfal count, one ad- aiuonai; area covered, foty-three square miles; population, 473. , ftanton, Stanton county, one additional; arm, forty square miles; population, V3. We Point, Cumtnf county, one additional; Urea, thlrty-slx square miles; population, 471. Iowa Barnes, Mahaska count?, one rout's area, eighteen squire miles; population, 4fil. Hosper. Sioux county, one additlona.; ant, twenty-three square miles; population, 620. Luverne, Kossuth county, one rout; area, forty eight square mHea; population, 575. HYWENEAL Three W rat Polat Fnlona. WE8T POINT, Neb.. Feb. . (Special.) A pretty wedding waa consummated at tha home of Mr. and Mrs. John Teebken, in Bismarck precinct, on Thursday, when Marie, their younge,t daughter, was united In marriage to Ernest Toe lie, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toelle of P earner. The ceremony was performed' at the home of the bride's parents by Rev. Otto von Oemmungen, pastor of the Zlon German Lutheran church. The couple will reside on their farm northwest of this elty and will be at home to friends after March 1. ' Prank Grewek and Miss Antoinette Brasda were united in marriage on Wed nesday In the Catholic church In this ctty, Rov. C. Klemens officiating. Tha parties are tha "children of pioneer settlers and will reilde on tha farm of the groom near town, Frank Radats and Miss Anna Bllawa of Podge, both well known residents of that place, were married In this city Thursday by County Judge Lnula Dewald. They will make their home In Dodge. I.anbeck-llemphlll. BEATRICE!. Neb., PVb. SO. (Special.) Thursday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hemphill, oo curred the marriage of Mlua Marjorie Hemphill to Mr. Clarenoe Lunbeck. Rev. W. H. Keama officiating. About fifty guests wltnoHsed the ceremony, after which a wedding supper waa served. The young ooupls will make their home on a farm aeven miles southwest of Beatrice. Apiilrbee-Oanalak. BEATRICE Neb., Feb. 2u. (Special. Mr. Jotin Applebee and Miss Sarah Dun. nlnk, both of Plckrell, were married yes terday afternoon by County Judge F. E. Ifcmrne. ' Pssssissia la Chicago. Over S.00O people died ef pneumonia 1 Chicago last year. In every csjm the disease reHuited from a cold. Had the cold been promptly and properly treated at the outset almost every one would have 'recovered. This statement la abundantly proven by the fact that amoug the teua of thousands throughout thla country who use Chamber. Iain's Cough Remedy to cure their colds, no case of pneumonia has ever been reported. which shows conclusively that this remedy is a certain preventive of pneumonlu. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has gained its wide reputation and enormous sale by tha prompt and effectual cures of colds auij oli always be depended upon. Mast Kirlede Mlaors. 8TURGIS. S. D., Feb. .-(Spedal.) The commissioners of Meade county have In structed the auditor to publish a notice of warning to all part lea licensed by the county to sell Intoxicating liquors that un less minors are excluded from their places of bualneas the laws In reference to guch violations will be strictly enforced. ImI OBseere Disease Laws. 8TURGIS, S. D.. Feb. a0.-(8peclsl There will ba a meeting of school district officers of Meade county In this city on Wednesday. State Superintendent Nash will be present The object of tha meeting ia to discuss tha school laws and get posted on the many little questions that coma up to vex tha school officer. NEW YORK To Prove What SWAMP-ROOT Will Do for Y0u7Every Reader of The Bee May Have a Sample Bottle FREE. Convincing Statements from People Cured by This Wonderful Kid ney, Liver and Bladder Remedy. . . (-'i.y." y i''xfeM;;u-'ii'-?v:.i:H-;-. a : " 4.1: ! vV? HI :- ifY. . : (- .-.ij, ayT, . , , J'. ..-'-IK,K-,r'f. i -.A , , ... . . , ,-.r; - . ; r- Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. T. When I began taking 8wamp-Root I wa a back. Swamp-Root waa recommenaea l o three bottles cured roe and made me atrong Dr. Kilmer tt Co.. Flnghamtnn, N. T. Gentlemen: I was surprised at the quick results of Swamp-Root. A bottle cured a pain in my kidneys which caused me no UtUa suffering- I now feel so much better that it' gives me great pleasure to'testify as to the benefits of Pwamp-Hoot, which I consider the most wonderful klu-ey, liver and bladder medlclno. 1G23 Ave. A. Member of Carpenter's Union of Greater New York, . (.. -ji ". -.v i 'Mmmmm Ail)".-W: . - - ' ,.f vi V Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y, Gentlemen I had been annoyed with kid ney and bladder troubles for several years. About three months ago I tried your Swamp-Root and wa3 relieved in a short while. I used three bottles and am entirely cured. 3404 Jamaica Ave., Richmond Hill. L. L Financial Becretary Brotherhood of Paint ers, Paper Hangers and Decorators ef America, Local L03S, Richmond IIU1. L. I. RESUMES DEBATE ON NAVY House Considers the Quettion of the Larger ApprtpriatioQ. MR. HITCHCOCK WILL OFFER AMENOMENT Mr. Da) tun Defends Xavjr aud Intl matia that lalted States should lie la I'ualtloa to Deft-ud Itaelf. WASHINGTON, Feb. 30. This waa a field day in tha house. Tho naval appropria tion bill waa. under consideration and tho discussion encompassed various tupl.s, much of it revolving more or leas around politics. Mr. Dayton (W. Va.) sprite for the bill. Taking up the declaration of Mr. Fitzger ald tN. Y.) that It waa the purpote of the, government to procure a navy greaier than Germany, Mr. Dayton afked It there d any American citizen who would ay tuat his nation should not, if tha occacl n , came, defend Itself against either Germany or Great Britain. He charged that Mr. ! Kltigerald favored improvements for the 1 naval establishments at New York and In thla connection he auld there were too many navy yards, many of whloh could b cut out. Mr. Dayton said that the navy on tta principal bast could not compMe wlth any of the four great power.. Mr. Hitchcock, jltm (Neb I, declarai that there was gross national extravagance WK.- - it;.-.: fH LABOR UNIONS PRAISE SWAMP-ROOT, THE GREAT KIDNEY sr : .. ?. w , very 111 and had a severe pain in my me. xwo comes renevou mt yam, uu and well again. 101 De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn. Member Journeymen Blacksmiths' Union. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. T. Gentlemen: I wish to Bay a few wards about Swamp-Root. It has done me great deal of good and gave me strength and made me well again. The.palh I had In my back hsa disappeared. I had kidney trouble, Two bottles of 8wamp-Root did me so much good that I did not finish tha third bottle. Mailers' Union Na. & :S Gates Aw., Brooklyn, N. T. Vifo. 14. 190. Dr. Kilmer tt ,Co., Binghamton, N. T. I used Swamp-Root for distressing In flammation oi the bladder, which barged the skill of three of Brooklyn's best physi cians. After taking three bottles I waa entirely cured. I have no doubt it aavad my life. Haatera' No. 7. Union of North America, Looal In the annual appropriation bills. Ho aa sortt!, too, that the larger Items In tha army and navy supply bills went to the trusts, tie gave notice that he would at tempt on Monday to amend the bill to provlda for a government armor plate fac tory. Mr. Hafdwlck dem. (Ga.), precipitated a dlecusslon on the I'hlllpplne question by declaring that the retention of the islands was responsible for the demand for a larRe navy, lie challenged the majority to make a declaration aa to the future of tho Islands. Mr' Cooper rep. (Wis.), cham pioned the government's position In respect to the archipelago, which brought forth a rejoinder from Mr. Cochran, dem. (Mo.). Mr. Uat (Pa.) said he was glad to see the democratic, members getting together. Ha called attention to the utterances of the minority side on tha) Philippine ques tion recwitly expressed by Mr. Cleveland and that and other subjects. The latter, he claimed, was regarded by certain news papers as a receptive candidate. Mr. Baton attached Flgnilicance to the bringing for- ward In the house the uuentlun, of the retention of the i'hillpiinea. Mr. Town send, a new republican menroer from Mich igan, In arraignment of the democrats on their action In connection with the canal, received the apil:iuse of the republicans fur the way he handled himself In debate. Mr. Wllllujns, the minority leader, sought to secure an adjournment until Tuesday thut proper reppect might be paid to tha memory of George Washington on Monday. Mr. Payne (N. . Y.) thougnt It would ba more patriotic to celebrate ths anniversary by building up the navy and the house adjourned until Monday with tiie uavai ap- proprialioa bill still ptudu.g. f I ' - v V Nov. 25, 1903, Dr. Kilmer & Co. , Binghamton, N. Y. Gentlemen: Swamp-Root has been of great value to me in a case of serious kid ney -trouble. I had a severe pain in my back and after taking Swamp Root it disappeared. My cure, I firmly be lieve, was brought about by Swamp-Root. 7555 Ind. Ave., Astoria, L. Mailers1 Union No. I. 6. :t i . mL w t e NT my Almost everyone, fr..ni personal experience, knows that the effects of any kind of severe physical strain are felt, first of all, in the small of the back in other words, in those Vital Or gans, the Kidneys. This is as true in the eao of the very powerful man as it is with one of less strength, and it is especially true whenever tho kidneys are weak. Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible ffor more sickness and suffering Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is used in leading hospitals, 'recommended by- physi cians in their private practice, and is taken by doctors themselves, because they recognize in Swamp Root the greatest and mdst successful remedy that science has ever been able to discover or compound. No matter how many doctors you have tried, no matter how much money you may have spent on other medicines, you really owe it to yourself and to your family to at least give SwampRoot a trial. Its strongest friends today are those who had almost given up hope of ever becomin'wcll again, ' Sample Bottle Will Be Sent Free by Mail, EDITORIAL HOTICB Bwarap-Root, Is the new discovery of the eminent kldnay and bladder speclaliat and la used In tha lead! nlse ng hospitals, recommenaea www " L"1, VI."..".'."" " , Ho successful U T Bwarap-Root in promptly curing tven the most distressing eases, that to prove its wonderful mertU" U Bo auccassrui is owaiuj. v . .. lnrm.tlon. both sent absolutely free by mall.. Tho book contains manr of J"'", J?rT" mS,n thouaanda of testimonial letters received from men and women cured. The value and success of Swamp. UoM J? waff know" FAt our reader, are advised to send for a sample bottle. In writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. -JBUtW haroton V?V7 be sure and say that you read this generous offer In The Omaha Sunday Bee. This offer is guaranteed. Don't makd any mlatake. bait remember the name Swamp-Root. Dr. Kllmer'g Swamp-Root, and the adareas, Blogbabwa ton, N, Y., on every battle. For sale at allDrug Storea Fifty Cents and One Dollar, r--. MAP IS MADE OF NEWSPAPERS Wyoming Journals Redarexl to lnlp and Moalded to Show Mountalaa and Hlvers of tha State. MEJ2TEKT6K, Wyo.. Feb. 30. (Special.) An Interesting and unique addition to Wyoming's exhibit at Bt. Louis will be furnished by Netta Gteen, principal of the public schools here. It Is a relief map of the state, twelve feet square, topographi cally correct, made from ull the newspa pers of Wyoming. The paper Is reduced to a pulp and while still mo''t ia moulded and placed. The map Is almost completed and accurately locates every mountain and stream in the state. Miss Green Is a sculptrnss of consider able note, formerly of 8t. Paul, who came here on account. of her health. Bho has been several months moulding the map, which will be forwarded to Cheyenne In a few days. Jersey City Closes Wis Rooms. NEW YORK. Feb. to. Owing to Several murders and suicides recently the authori ties of Jersey City have declared war upon aaloon keepers who maintain booths for women customers. Mayor i'fegin has Instructed his agents to enforce the law In thlx regard to the letter und an ordi nance will be prepared at -once command ing the aaloonlsta to remove the boot ha entirely under penalty of losisg their licenses. Marlaes to Orleat. RAN r-RANCISCO. Ken. ). The U0 ma rine who, It la reported, have been or dered to the Aalatlc station, will embark on the transport Uuford at thU port, ln tructlona have been reld here that the liuford waa to take tUs (uruies fiutu thla JS3 Classon Ave., Brooklyn, N. T. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y. Gentlemen: I suffered severely from Pln In the kMnrys and tried many so called remedies, but without svall. Finally, at the solicitation of a frltrul. I was In duced to take Swamp-Root, with the re sult that two bottles cured ma. I shall be glnd to say a kind word for Swamp Root at all times. Hatters' Union of America, Local No. 7. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. T. Gentlemen: When suffering from kidney troublo I waa Induced to try a bottle of Swamp-Root. Two bottlea relieved me of great pain In the back, and I feel I should express my gratitude to Dr. Kilmer & Co. (or the good It has done me. tt-AAi'ajf) 1112 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. T. Mailers' Union No. . Why Swamp-Root Gives than any other port ami not from Portland. It Is not knui wn as vet wliwther the murines will he traiiKferred to the warships of the Asiatic squadron at Nagasaki or Manila. tJeuerul Jesse M. l.ee Arrives. BAN PICA NCI SCO, Frb. 20 General Jei-HH M. le is here enroule from the Philippines to succeed General Fred Grant In Texas. General lce was under General Chaffee with the allied troops on their march to Peking during the Iloxir troubles. Three Killed In Powder Mill. PATKKSON. N. J., Feb. iy. An explo sion st the I.aflln A Hand powder mills at Wayne, siiven miles from here, todfty caused the death of three men. Three mills were wrecked. The Abbott, 2s.' 1-4, Is Dead. FISH WILL LANDING, N. Y.. Feb. Ths Abbott. 2:i',4. John J. Bcannell's cele brated 10-yeur-old trotter, tiled at the eVanneil stock farm here last night, after being sick two days. P.Uwon Co. IV em onx Nebi ..ran LX,t J I i-amf i ii . mi REMEDY I. .,- I i''0Wa'f 12:a:a..i -u:: i Dr. Xllmer Co., Binghiuntnn, N. T. I suffered from an attack of the live somo time ago and have no doubt that my kidneys were also affected. A friend asked me to try Swnmp-Root. nnd I did. I was greatly relloved from the first and I am now strong and welL Assistant Foreman Mall Drivers Union, Tork City. Nassau News Co., 16 Spruce St., Ne Dr. Kilmer Oo., Blngluunton, N. TV - , When I waa tnken ill a few months g I tried aeveral medicines, Including a pre scrlptlon given me by a physlolsn, 'but none did me any good. One day I read in a paper of the merits of Swamp-Bfflt and bought a bottle. One bottle did ma ao much good 1 bought another, and "have now taken eight bottles In all. I b, ad; kid ney trouble; Swamp-Root cured me. H certainly does ull that Is clulmed for It. Mailers' Union No. 6.1 478 (iOth St., Brook' lyn. Strength disease; therefore, when through neglect or other causes kidney trouble is permitted to con tiuue, fatal results art sure to follow. 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