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THE OMAITA DAILY HEE: TUTKSDAY. MATtCII 3.. 10u4.
a IV ' V SHIPPING BILL IN SENATE General lisem ion cf Philippine Quti:n ly th Xerrilsrs. PRIVATE PENSION B LIS ALSO PASSED Amrnilnirnt Seeking to Kxtend Time When Merchandise for Islands Shall Hp errled Only by American ffk EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS Jnilir Makn Off with Ihr Handicap at Oaklnnd anl sarprl.es the f prcUlori. ALL 3 1 KA1U11T MODELS " . . ' 'i t Oh AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Packing House Emp 1 vjes Interested in Co . Vtitun of Amalgamated Uuioue. I i i r NO INCREASE IN WAGE SCALE EXPECTED liilvrrslly Mmlrnla (ll Mock Vnriln unr Day Ahrnl of Time Kccted anil Pinna for KnlerlalnlnK '111 nil Mlscnrr). - . .. ill Temple association since Its formation, ha tendered hid resignation. Mr. Miller has Kent n notice of his resignation tn nil of thi nflloors of the assool-ition and declares that h! will not onntlmi ill olllce. The duties of the nfliee will devolve upon D. J. KiiitpII. thP vice in sldi-nt. It In expected tlmt Farrellwill serve, out thp unexpired t.Ttn of Miller. In hln letter of resignation Mr. Miller does not give any n asons for his resignation. Considerable Inter. Ht Ih being taken by packing bonne eniiloPH In thp coining convention of tin- Amalgamated Meat I'ui turn unci Ituteher Woikmen of North Americ a. This cc mention will he held at Cincinnati on May 3 and will emulous for a week or more. It is expected that there will hp not less than OiiO delegates In attendance. Mich ledge alllilaled will be entitled to one dci- lo and whprp there Ik over 3 it) members in lodge two delegates will tie ullowei. From South Omaha fifteen (lolegaies wi.l k'ii. eac h representlns the varlofn unions iittiliateU with the amulgtmated iiHsoet.i Uofi. . (Mllerr llrrnnnii Sunpendrd. At roll rail last nlKht Chief Hi Iggs sns prnded Officer I.ukp I'.rennan. In a Ipttpr to the Flrp nnd Police lioard the rhlpf nays that Hrennan wan larklnn in Jiidf? mpnt nt the time the HerKcpdst rotihery was starteil. The ehief further nays that he does not consider Hrennan a fit man to bo on thp pollep force, as be has neither nerve or courage. The officer will stand sus pended until the rase Is rnllod for hparlng before the police board. Wolcott After Sliffii. Major Wolcott, one of the traveling rpp reHpntatlvps of thp Inion Stock Yards company, Is now at (ireeley, Colo. He Is In the bin sheep feeding district and writes to his employeis that there Ih going to be big shipments of tlieep from (Jreeb y and other western points to this market before WASHINGTON. March 2.-The bill for the relief of Philippine shipj Ing was again the bill in consideration la the senate to day. It broutiht up a somewhat general din.'UsMon of the Philippine nuestlon and was uinended so that a year would elapse bt f iii; the bill would take effect. A large i nuniln r of private pension bills were passed. At 2 o'clock the dairy bill was laid aside and the Philippine uhlpplng bill taken up. Mr. Allison's amendment deferring until July 1. i;f, the time when the portion of tlui bill requiring that merchandise from the I'nlted States to the Philippines shall be curried only In American vessels shall go into effect, was the first subject of con sideration. Mr. Cnnnark sought to have the time still further extended. In discus sing the question Mr. earmark declared that the president had shown far more In terest in Independent Cuba than he had shown In the Philippines, whose land he has made "desolate by war and fire and fam Iiip." Mr. Allison's amendment deferring the time to line wt.b agreed to without dlv'slon. At 4:rii p. m. the senate went dnto execu tive session to K-rmlt Mr. Spooner to re port the Cuban treaty from the committee on foreign relations and asain at 4:53 re opened tho doors. The senate adjourned at 5:2S. COM Mill ll)KllKn 1 IIOI SK. l..nr All ,f llio uhMon In the went have In speaking i.bout the coming convention , . ' , . . . nrn . ,,,,, ' The flocks are better than last wlner. Ac cording to Wolrott's letters sheepmen now consider South Omaha the best sheep mar ket in the country nnd will ship lure. Kxehnntre Meetlna Krldny. one of the labor leaders hcie suld last nlghl that the main Idea was the further ing of the interests of the organized ntlllli I ion and to make a sc ale of w iges tor hkiiled labor which will take ill every lucking house in the country. The coining convention is expected to be the largest the association him. ever On Friday afternoon the South Omaha I,lve Stock exchange will hold its repular held. An Increase in membership of about j monthly meeting. Mpmbers say that there CJ per cent has been reported here. j Local labor leuders here do not expect that there will be any dltllculty about ur I urging u scale which will be accepted all over the country. No particular lucre a je la expected and will not be usked. In some departments the butchers will ask for a c hange but It Is thought that the packets will nut object to some sllr.ht changes In thu iirLaeiit schedule, stndents Visit Vnnla. About 'Jihi students frofn the Lincoln unl Misity visited South Omalm yesterday and lnsK-cted the yards. The party was In t barge of Prof. II. It. Smith. I'po.. living in the city the student looked over the yardHttjjd then In thrr divisions went through tfi:Bift plant. After visiting Swift's tho students scattered and secured their dinner at restaurants. In the after noon some of tho students Rttended the Hereford sale at the yards. Most of the young men left for their homes at 8 o'clock last hlht. There was a mlsundcrstuiullng" about the dattt of tho visit of the students and con sequently little attention was paid them. Mr. Kenyon had arranged for the students to visit the yards today unci he had or dered something out of the ordlnury for the noonday meal nnd the supper. In ad dition to this parking hoime managers were ta have delivered addresses on topics germaln to the feeding nnd care of live (stock. All the. plans made by Mr. Kenyon and others were put out of servlre on account of the students arriving a day ahead of the da to set for their reception. In connection with the affair Mr. Ken you said to a ltee reporter lust night that he would like to entertain the students fion the university at any time, all he wants In a couple of days notice so that tie k muke aullable preparations. President Miller llfslans. C. W. Miller, who has bocn president of the Ancient Order of United Workmen Is nothing coming up except the regular routine. No chnng" will be made in thp solicitors rule at this time, as under the present rule members of firms may go on the road and solicit business. Some changes In this rule may lie made later on, but for tho prpspnt only mpmbprs of firms may go on the roud and solicit business. Muttlr Illy iol. Frank I'.urness. deputy city clerk, was re ported to bp quite ill yesterday. The Fire Hnd Police Hoard hns Inrreasprl the salary of Chief Detective Klsfelder to Jmi a month. Mrs. Herman Ileal, who has been quite sick, was reported to be a great deal bet ter last night. Advices from Hot Sp'inK''. Ark., regard ing the condition of M. P. Bnennan are not very encouraging'. An Infant child of A. A. Wright. Nine teenth and M streets, has been ve ry sick, but was reported better lust night. Members of the Hip and police depart ments, us well as city otllrials. were paid February salaries In rush by City Treas urer Howe yesterday. . Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen, local No. 7'J. holds a siiecial meeting tonight, at which all members have been requested to be present, as m cl ters of Interest to all will be transacted. Funeral services over the vom il-N of VA Helelt will be held at. the First Presbyte rian ohurrh nt 2 o'clock this afternoon. The local lodge of Fuglea and Heclmen will attend. Services will be conducted by Or. Wheeler. Interment la to be ut Iaurel Hill cemetery. NOW IS TIIK TIME, To Visit Hot aprlnRs, Arkansas, Via tbe Iron Mountain Ronte, The season at the Great National Health and rieasure resort Is now In full blast. Climate unsurpassed. Hot Springs Special leaves St. l.ouls daily at 8:20 p. m., making the run In less than twelve hours. Three other fast trnlns dally. Handsome de scriptive literature can be obtained free by calling on or addressing; T. ' F. Godfrey, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. S. 12. Cor. mh and Douglas St.. Omaha, Nob. Appropriation Hill Occupies F.ntlre ' In-, lint Action ot Conclnilcd. WASHINGTON, March 2. The house de vol Ml the entire day to consideration of tin IMstrtct of, Columbia appropriation bill, but did not conclude action on the mew lire. The house, in committee of the whole, amended the bill by unanimous vote so as to fix tho maximum rates that may be charged In the District of Columbia for telephone service or for telpphones in prl vatp tpsldenres from $2.1 to $"ii) per annum. Mr. Cowherd, dcm., (Mo.) was not willing that the dlslrlrt roroner be Included In the list of piib'ic officials: who should be pro vided with u horse and carriage and on his motion the bill was amended, striking out the provision for horse hire for that offl rial. The municipal building Item arousrd ex tended discussion owing to the proposal of the committee to house nil branches of tho district government in one structure. ( bjectlons urged especially to placing the police court In the new building. Mr Hurkett (Neb.) suggested that If the police court were not placed there congTosa would be ca'led on for another million dollars for a new court building. Efforts to amend the provision failed. Mr. Kurt lot t (Ga.) proposed an amend ment affecting the rates to be charged In tho district for telephones from 2o to ISO each per annum, alleging the existence of an "extortionate monopoly." This was I amended on motion of Mr. Hepburn (la.) so that no rates in excess of those provided for the district can bo charged by any com pany for telephones in private residences under penalty of forfeiture of rights. Mr. Hepburn said no attention had been paid to the act of congress fixing telephone rat.-s and that no penalty clause had been ! provided for its violation. Mr. Hepburn said: Tl.ls telephone company has been In de fiance of the arts of congress for nearly six years. There Is an act limiting the prize they may charge for service. They disregarded it, probably localise no penalty Is nttarhed to It. there is no :,rovlslon work ing a forfeiture of their charter In case of violation, and therefore they i.re willing to 'litigate the matter In the courts and to go on with t.uir robbery. The amendment as amended was adopted without a dissenting voire. Mr. Cowherd (Mo.) sought to strike out the provision In tho item for mediral in spertors for the public srhools, requiring that four of the number be of the colored race, saying the commissioners hnd not been able to Hnd ftrnr negroes qualified for the places. He rjggested that this might be a sop for political purposes. Mr. M Clenry suggested that the difficulty was In finding four negroes who hud practiced for five years In the district, as provided by law. The amendment was lost. The house, ut 6:10 p. m., adjourned until tomorrow. Laundry Won't Freeze Won't Break Won't Spill Won't Spot Clothe Blue At All Crocers s W.7"l I ti i i l rl 1 I I I I I W igtltSticX la ticlc ol soluble blue In filter bag Inside a perforated wooden tube, through which tho water flows and dissolves tho color t8 ncedeJ. Ccsl3 10 Cents. Equals 20 tois worth of any other kind ci bluing DIRECTIONS FOR USE: WlggleSticrk around in the water. Manufactured only by THG LAUNDRY BLUR COflPANY. Chicago Just a Little Pink Tablet Pure and l..;iiiiless; but wit'u liiat velnus nlillity to drive out pain. hot eervlces ran In- scc-tirccl fur only imo n uii.v, to relievo almost ln stantly, any ordinary miio or uln, rrevent the weakening hitlm'tice of iain tipini jutir mind nnd laxly. And ivKtoro to ou Uio vaU; ililo liour ynii lo.-o while nui'Mii jour misery, That you may apply (ln.-e b.uir Id inoltf of plcaMirp, And mid to your wc.-iltii and lii.;ipiiw.s that proportion which piilu nnd l:iim ry robs jmi. Dr. iMilcs' Anti-Pain Pills lave (iivIuc'h1 hundreds of thousands that it is insier to cure pain, than to endure it; that one tablet in unihl eases will inickly reiievo nil Mich palus us hi'ud.iche. In nr.: Ula, toothache, t.'oinaiiiache. luickaelie, etc. It Is u busy liltle tablet, that cui'es l,it!,tiio pains every day -driving- nut n world of misery uud (mlti; that ivnioxcn from the face that look of uiikuIsIi, and substitutes an exptisloit of peace, ioiiiloit and eotiteutinfiit ; that net to work a vast army of idle hours. "For many years I have I eci a constant sufferer from neuralgia and headache, nnd have in vrr hc,-u ,ible to receive un rt lief frc-m various ht-ttti.ichtf powders und iuiei. uiull I tried lir. Mills' Anti-Plu l ins. i ney uiwhs cure inv t eniae lie in five minutes time. i n y are the tniest mini)' ur iiu that 1 l ave ever used, und I will never bo without ih: in ." KKKIi II SWlNiill?). Ceshler First National Pai.k Atkinson. Neb. It's hilii to do all that Is i ilnn d for It leads us to authorise the druggist to Irttuiu your unary if nrt ntckag fails lo benefit. '-5 doses -V. Never sold iu bulk. . LLi MILKS M tUlCAL CO., LABUKATUiULS. LLKllAKf, l.D. Don't be guided by sham prejudices. Or dor Champagne according to your own good tuste then it 11 lie Cook's Imperial. FORECAST OF THE WEATHER Fair and Warmer Friday for e branka and Colder for Iowa aud Missouri. SAN FUANC1SCO. March 2 Judg proved to be the surprise at i hikland today ' tuklng the ll.uio humllcao nt odds of la to 1, biatlng a good Meld Proper, the heavily pliyed favorite, finished a bad sec ond, c). w. Trahern, a to 1 cnnme. ,e 1 the Held home In the Inst rn'-e while Kvn O. the favorite, was outside the money. He ll's; First rare, futurity course: The Hn- waiuin won, Koal White second, liis rl tnii. r third. Time: lilj. Second r'-e. live and one-half furloncs: Hnlford won. Horeo second. Hm Khicr third. Time: l:inu. Third race, one-half mile, purse: Amy won. Salable second. My Order thiid. Time: n : 5". Fourth rare, mile nnd 1ml yards: .Indite won. Proper second, Gorglette third, 'lime: Filth rare six furlongs: Mlmo won K! liloto second, St. Wlnnlfreda third. Time: Sixth race, mile and seventy vnrds: G W. Trahern won, Axmlnster second. t)ra tva third, 'lime: 1 I.t3 ANOE1.K8. March i.-Ascot results: First race, six and one-half furloi ks: Quldado won, Hassunlo second. Tlngaltng third. Time: 1 a. Second race, six furlongs: Feline l.ueiro won. Golden Mineral second, Colonel liegey mirci. lime: t.hiv. Third race, four furlong, maidens: Sea Air won, Hllona second. Nicad.i third. Time: 0:49. Fourth rare. five ftirlonfcs. hnndlcm- Fustian c, ii. Golden Rule second, Pat Hnlgor third. Time: 1:14. rlfth ra.'e, six furlongs: Crlss Cross won. Dorlco second, Sherry third. Time: l::'-"4. nlxtn rare, mile: Sals won. Greenock sec ond. Glcnnevis third. Time: 1 41. NF.W OKI. FANS. March 2-Kesults: First rare, seven furlongs: lianana Cream won, Sablnal second, Prince of Fn durance third. Time: 1:L?V heccml race. 2-vear-olds. four f'jrloncs: Stella Allen won. Pinkie second. Guada- liaipe third. Time: 0.4X-V 1 hlra race, six furlongs: Presentation won. Frank Hell second, Sid Silver third. lime: l:lt'. Fourth race, five furlongs. 2-vear-olds: Vlperlnr won. Sweet Pepper second, Dclnvnl third. Time: 1 :aiH. Fifth race, mile and three-eighths: Grn- vina won. I.ee King second, Mauser third. Time: 2 20. Sixth race, six nnd one-half furlonirs: Wreath of Ivy won. Docile second, liver- hand third. Time: l:2uk. H')T SPRINGS. Ark.. March Results: First rice, six fuiiones: Harvester won. Mike Strauss second. Back Number third. Time: l:l.-. Second race. mile and one-nunrtor, steeplechase: lion Ami won. Theory second, lloh Milliard third. Time: 2:2. Third race, mile: Dutiful won. Italnh Toung second, I, a Toll third. Time: 1:41 ij. Fourth rare, mile and seventy vnrds: Fl Caney won, Knsy Trade second. Jerrv third. Time: 1:40. Fifth rare, six furlongs, selling: Trnnv Itelle won. Caithness second. Karthowe third, iimp: Pb. Sixth '-are. mile andnn eighth: Glenwood won, (' Kellly serond. varner third. Time: 1:55. TWO LEAGUES IN SESSION Committees on tnles Itench nn Anrrriiient on Certain Chnnnen. NKW YORK. March 2. After two pro tracted sessions, which wore held In the offices' of the National league In the St. James building t'vlay. the National league and the American league committees on rules came to an ngroement ns to certain chanffes. but tho commltleo on schedule will meet again tomorrow In order to ncVipt so far as possible nonconfllctlng playintr dates for thp coming season. The foul strike rule, which was adopted bv both leagues last season, will hp re tained during the coming season. A post season of seven games for the national championship will be arranged between the pennant winners of both leagues. Two poachers will be a'.iowed with one man or more on bases. After adjournment the American leegup's delegates held a brief session at the Firth Avenue hotel, at whlc-h the changes were ratified. President Johnson nnnounred that he had signed the following umpires for the coming season: Sheridan, O'Loiighlln nnfl Connelly, who officiated with the American iengne last year. Frank Dwypr of Detroit and Kins- of the New Fnglnnd league, with Carpenter of the Southern league, are to be the re serve umpires. The National league rltili representatives met for a few minutes during the after noon. The following 104 umpires were an nounced by President Pulllnm: Kmslle. O'Dav. Moran nnd Johnstone, of laet year's staff. The extra man will be Kelly, who officiated for the Eastern league last reason. lYesldent Hermann, ihnirman of tho na tional commission, made no nnnoMnrrrne'it on the question of ninvInT Sund"" gamri nt Rl'lgewood. Toons' Island, but this 'onff looked for derision is oxnerfpd tomorrow. President Powers of the F.aste'n tongue hns secured the relpase of Tom Daly from the Cincinnati club end he will manage and captain the Providence team. WITH THE HOW LF.lt S. fin Selleck's alleys last evening the Krug Parks won throe games from the St. Charles. Score: KRFG PARKS. WASHINGTON, March S.-Foreeast: For Nebraska and South Dakota Fair Thursday and Friday. Friday, warmer. For Iowa and ..Ilssourl Fair and much colder Thursday. Friday, fair. For Illinois Fair in south and snow in north portion; decidedly colder Thursday. Friday, fair; high northwest and west winds and gales. For Kansas Fair and colder Thursday. Friday, fair. For Wyoming Fair In north and snow in south portion Thursday. Friday, fair nnd warmer For Colorado Snow and decidedly colder Thursday. Friday, fair and warmer. Local Itecord. OFFICF, OF THK WEATHKR Rl'RKAU OMAHA, March 2. imHcImI record of tem perature aud precipitation compared with the corresponding- day of the past three years: 1!. 1! a 102. ISM. Maximum temperature.... 74 44 ;:2 tji Minimum temperature is pi Mean tctniieruture 4i S.1 21 5a Precipitation mi .ci .q .cai Record of temtx-rature and nreclpltatlon at Omaha for this day since March 1, I'.MsJ: Normal temperature 32 Fxeess for the duy 14 Total exreHH sllire March 1 j Normal precipitation 01 Inch Deficiency for the day r4 Inch Total rainfall since March 1 Oil Inch liehcicncy since March 1 m inch Deficiency for cor. period, 1Vi3 iw Inch Departure for cor. period, l'.io2 00 Inch Itrport from Htatlons at T P. M. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total. French laii 2W 18 B'l Kengele 223 21.1 244 (10 Hanks 2( l'.H Is? Set Hunter 1S1 140 17 tn7 Zimmerman 225 , 1N1 170 fiSa Totals 9M 912 96 i 2,877 ST. CHARMS. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total Frltseher ...201 17! 1M Ml Weber 17 lis! 11 r.'Ji! F. W. Schneider 173 PHi 192 ,V,1 Frledhof 19t 14k 125 fit Heselin 254 21! 135 BOS Totals 9Sci WIS "tW , In the Commercial league tho Dents & Williams team won three straight from the Gate Citys. Score: I.ENTZ & WILLIAMS. 1st. 2.1. Sd. Total. Raker .' br3 ITS 15S 4-9 Frnst Ksi 177 lmi 4!'!i Konvaliti bo 153 b.'.l 4il Zltsman l 13H 1m 4. Kartsch 215 2:;u 1S8 i;a Totals Ml 876 S'i!) 2,55ti GATK CITYS. 1st. 2d. Sd. Total. Cochran 132 142 4.'i Huelow 15K 211 Kl ,V2 Wevmullcr M! 17 13.'. 191 Konine 1-2 1:17 b;4 44:1 Hamilton W Ml I'U 4:1 Totals 75 S0 792 2,307 CONDITION OF THE 3 5 B WKATHBR : c': 8 . m . 9 UJ : Omaha, cloudy Valcnline, clear North Platte, part cloudy. Cheenne, s'lowing Salt I-iike City, dear Rapid lity. clear Huron, snowing Willit ton, clear Chicago, cloudy St. I .out, clear St. Paul, snowing 1 mvenport. dear Havre, clear Helena, clear Htxmurck. c-Vir Ualvestuii, part clojdy IS. 741 .0) H, 5 T 14! i .m II; & 341 62 .on !li I'll T : 2rt .02 1"' ll" .in 4s; 4s .oi 70' 7oi .no 12 ;i t 62 54! .On 6' 14 HI 14' 2"i .t4 0 2i .o kt 72' .00 T I'idlcatM tract of precipitation. luulcatw below xero U A. wtLSU, rorcastr. Goes from Had to Worse, Always true of constipation. 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GREENE'S NERVURA is the Remedy which Always Cures, 0 ooc RECOMMENDED AND SOLD BY All DRUGGISTS. IDC DOC 3C Q ct- Canton Organised. MITCHELL. 8. D-, March 2. (Special Telegram.) Mitchell encampment, lnde pendent Order of Odd Fellows, has Just completed the organization of a canton of Patriarchs Militant by the election of the following officers: Captain, M. K. Orrcll; first lieutenant. Charles Mason; second lieu tenant, Elton McKlnley; accountant, L. C. Thomas; ensign, Joseph Swift. The can ton has thirty members and they have or dered their new uniforms, which will be here In the course of a few weeks. The members Intend to go to the grand lodge session of the Odd Fellows, which will be held at Yankton In May. This Is the sec ond canton that has been organized this side of the river, the other being- at Sioux Falls. BAR ON GUESSING CONTESTS Congress Proposes to tnaot a Law Against th Practice. HEATH CASE COMES UP FOR DISCUSSION President anil l.eudlnu; Members ol CoDHress Discus, the. Adiiiiu.loil ol nv Slates Sentiment Favors Two. W A81 1 1 NO TON, March 2. The senate committee on ostoflloes and post roads to day heard Assistant Attorney General Hobb of the I'ustufllce department in advocacy of a bill to prohibit guessing contests car ried on by newspapers and circulars. The bill was prepared in the Posloffloe (depart ment and Introduced by Senator Penrose. During the course of Mr. Kobb's state ment the subject of the poBtofllce Investi gation was referred to, Senator Culberson asking if some men had not been pro tected by the. statute of limitation. Mr. Hold) said that he believed that Mich was tho case. Senator Culberson then asked If Perry S. Heath w.is not one of thone protected by the statute. Mr. Itobb answered in the affirmative, adding that on account of the position which Heath occupied, both officially and politically, he would have been glad to have prosecuted him. Senator Beutt at this Juncture ("eciared that Mr. Itobb was going outside his province in making such a statement. He declared that thu puMmaster general did not nuthorlie him to make any such statement nnd would disapprove his do ing so. Senator Scott moved that all ref erence to the matter bo stricken from the record. This motion was carried by a strict party vote. Senators Culberson, and Clay strongly objected to the proposition to htrlke the) of the measure and Representative llart statement made by Hobb from the record, j holdt of Missouri had charge of the oppo Subseciuently Mr. Kobb stated that what sitlon. he Intended to say was that If the evl- , alls Minister Home, deuce had warranted the Indictment of Heath he "would have been glad to see him take his medicine," on account of the high position he lfcath held. Hobb also pointed out that In a public document presented to the senate by Senator Hale It was shown that Mr. Hobb expressed the opinion that a suspicion Jay ngalnt Heath and that there was not MifTlolent evidence to ".variant an indlctmeut. Confer on Statehood Bills. President Housevelt curing :he ;ast week lias had conferences with several senators and representatives in congress i.'ho are in terested in the proposition to form new states. It Is understood to be the president's solution of t lie problem that two new states be created, one from Oklahoma and tho Indian territory and one from the terri tories of New Mexico and Arizona. In this respect ho Is In agreement, ut leust so far as Oklahoma and the Indian Territory are concerned, with the renate committee on territories The Idea of the creation of only two atates does not meet the upproval of the people in the territories aud their objections to it may delay stute hood legislation. It is pointed out that It Ij not urged by General Hernandez, the enezuelan min ister to this country, has received a brief communication from his Foreign office In forming him that President Castro desires blm to return home for a conference, "upon certain matters which It is easier to talk: about than to write about." .The minister expects to leave Washington shortly, r'o.tinnster Appointed. The president today sent to the senate the following nominations: Iostmisters: Missouri George 11. Kunkle, Mexico. mils for Letter Carriers, The senate committee on postoftlcos and post romlH today heard F. H. Cunningham, president of tho National Association of Letter Carriers, in advocacy of a number of pending bills for the benefit of rural free delivery carriers. .cw erm Destroyer, Dr. King's New Discovery kills consump tlon and grip germs. Cures roughs, colds nnd lung troubles or no pay. 6oc, $1.00. For sale by Kuhn & Co. ImnKC In Mllltla. -d ITCH F 1.1 .. S. D.. March 2-iSpeclsl Telegram.) Severn! changes are to be the president that all the people, Including; made In Company D of the State Otiard in Indians in the territory, shall be admitted this city. Adjutant General Cdnklln has as citizens Immediately, but gradually, as j decided to promote Captain Thomas Hrlirgy the Indians heroine qualified for citizenship j of this city and has assigned liiin to duty they ma) be accorded the rights of citizens ' on Major Oouiscy's staff. First Llcutemrf and that eventually, perhaps, the Indian ! Oscar N Williams, will be advanced to territory may be erected Into a separate state. Ilenrlno; on Hepburn Hill, The house committee on Judiciary today began a series of hearings on the Dolllvcr Hepburn bill giving the states Jurisdiction over "original packages'' of Intoxicating liquor shipped from otiier states. 10. C. 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