Washington, Maroh 5. - In the senate Wednesday Sherman reported back the Cuban resolutions and movad íhat the house amsndmont to ths senafce resoiutions be non-ooncurrad Ín and that a oonferenoo committae be appolnted. The motion rag agreed to and the Tice president appointsd Senators Sherman, Morgan, and Lodge a conference conimitteo. Frye, from the oommittee on foreign relations roported substituto for the house bilí providing for the extermination of the Alaskan f ur ïeals, which was niade a special ordorfor naxt ïhursday. The attendanoe in the house Wednesday was small. Bills were passed as follows: To authorize the oounty of Ravajo, Arizona, to issue bonds for the construction of eounty buildings; to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Missouri river at ChamberKin, S. D. A joint resolution was adopted authorizing the erection of a tatué to Francis E. Spinner at the treasury departmanb. The conference report on the army appropriation bill was adop'isd. The house then resumed the oonsideration of tho legislative appropriation bill, the amendment tq abolish marshal's and district attorney's fees again coming up.