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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1905)
TTTE OMATTA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, .TUNE 24. 1005.
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A MLiYifactirer's Sample
Line of Women's Waists
On Sale Saturday
Morning at 9 a. m.
Worth $1.50, $2.00,
$2.50 and $3.00.
Your Choice Today
Outina: Suits for Men
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I PgPIWil, Three
them here nowhere else. The qual
that endures. Cheap only in price.
ily selected Easily paid for.
specially priced today
Today we will offer at the above prices
Outing Suits that represent some very sub
These waists were bought from a New York Waist Manufacturer, being his salesmen's
sample lines. They were sold to us at 23c on the dollar all new, up-to-date styles made
of the finest white sheer lawns handsomely trimmed with lace and embroidery would
positively be cheap at $1.50, 2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 TODAY 95c. Owing to the limited
amount of waists in this lot we advise to be on hand early no waists sold before 9 a, ni.
Special Petticoat Sale
Saturday morning we will place on special
sale 350 Women's New "SUNBURST" Petti
coats made of the finest silk mercerized Farm
er's satin in all the new shades they look as
well and will wear better than any silk petti
coat in the market.
Worth $3.00. 11 AC
A LIVELY SPURT IN BOYS' CLOTHING TODAY
0i Sale Saturday.
We have reduced the prices on several hundred Boys' Suits. Just to clean the odd lots out quickly, the price
cutter has been at work. They formerly sold up to $0.00 today
your choice at
August Straw Mat Prices in June
$3 Suit Cases for
Straw Hats at Prices You
GENUINE PERUVIAN and ECUADORIAN PANAMAS at
$2.50, $4.50, $6 50 We have sold hundreds, and our fourth
shipment this season goes on sale tomorrow. Soft, pliable,
natural, hand made Optimo and Negligee shapes buying
these hats direct from importers is the reason WE CAN SAVE
YOU MONEY ON PANAMA HATS.
V worth $1.50 I
These two prices
will domineer in
our Shirt Dept.
tomorrow. They are shirts that we purchased way under the
market value just because they are orphan lots. Their
brothers are selling all around town for 50 per cent more.
Cannot Equal for Quality.
THOUSANDS OF STYLISH YACHT SHAPE STRAWS
the always popular shape for every man the new nar
These stylish straw hats come in fine split and sennet
MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 35c Men's fine quality derby
ribbed balbriggan Underwear in Egyptian, pink and blues,
all regular sizes, double seated drawers, silk
finished shirts a garment '. JJ
MEN'S COMBINATION SUITS, 69c Men's fine quality
mercerized and Egyptian ribbed cotton Combination Suits,
large sizes only a quality made to sell at $ L.25 f
and $1.50 at.
JUDGE ATTACKS EVIDENCE
Jurist Who Eentenosd Ex-Convict Hold
Testimony Against Client Worthless.
LATTER IS INDICTED WITH DEFENDANT
Second Day Trial In Federal Court
of C. E. TnllU Develop
Enough to Break the
The second day of the trial of C. B. Tullls
of Oernto, Custer county, on the charge of
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'iblnited State district court, before Judsa
One of the principal wltneew against the
accused is Eddlo Penn, an ex-convict, who
Is Jointly indicted with Tunis for the same
ofrense. The question arose Thursday
afternoon as to the competency of the tes
timony of Penn. from tho alleged fact that
King & Co
We don't knoT of nnotlier store
In town wbt-re the BUlJict of COL
LARS is so thoroughly ntuilied.
Some parts of your outfit inuy be
picked up at a dozen shops, but
when It conies to COLLARS, think
of the time and trouble "(saved" by
coming to us first and be properly
fitted iu our new QUAKTEK SIZH
Arrow Brand Collars
in ti4 little
ffrvw iirny- .V rW YOK K Confer ttwirr
he had not been restored to his civil rights
by pardon, and that having served his full
time of three years on a conviction of
forgery he was not a competent witness. A
peculiar feature of the case is that Judge
Homer Sullivan of Columbus, who is at
torney for C. E. Tullls In this case, was
the judge who sentenced Penn to three
years In the penitentiary for forgery. Juilse
Sullivan holds that Penn's evidence In this
case Bhculd not be taken into consideration
at all. He cited numerous authorities in
support of his contention and asked leave
to present other authorities during Friday
afternoon. The witness, Penn, was there
upon withdrawn from the stand until Judge
Munger makes a final ruling upon the
Misdirected Letter Starts It.
The case agalnsi Tullls and Penn results
from a misdirected letter, which Instead of
going to Its destination intended by its
writers got stalled somewhere in Iowa and
Its contents being suspected the letter fell
Into the hands of the postofflce inspectors
and It .was found that it was an order for
6U0 of counterfeit money to be forwarded
to Tullls' address by express at Oconto.
In the Interval of the mulling of the letter
and its investigation by the postofllce In
spectors the package of supposed green
goods, whloh hud been ordered by tele
graph, arrived at the express otlice at
Oconto. There was $150 C. O. D. charges
on it, but Tullls declined to pay the tljO
until he examined the package. This the
express agent declined to allow, us therd
were no such instructions on the package.
In the meanwhile the letter rpl.iodu hud
ripened and its origin was traced to
Oconto, with Tullls and Penn as the sus
pected writers. Their arrest followed and
they were taken before tho Lnited Slates
commissioner at Grand Island tor examina
tion. The package had lu the meanwhilo
been turn- d jver to the United States
authorities and upon its examination In the
commissioner's office at Grand Island it
was found to contain but a block of wood.
or a compound of sawdust and glue, solidly
welded together. The packuge was an
oblong box of fine about 4 Inches square by
i Inches long. Inside the bwx, after It had
been opened with a cold chisel and hatchet,
o securely hud it been soldered together,
was found a note saying that this box had
been sent out merely us a blind to deceive
the authorities, but that the genuine "green
goods" would be forthcoming later. They
had not arrived at last accounts.
Tullls Brought to Uuiaba.
Tullls was released on bond after his
examination at Urand Island and Penn was
brought to Omaha and him since been In
the Ixiuglus county Jail.
The cas Is attracting considerable Inter
est with the I'nited Slates postal authori
ties and the secret service department of
tho government, from tho fact that it is
an opening wedge into the "green goods"
circular business, which emanates from
New York City, with branches in New Jer
sey and Illinois as well us at Orangeburg,
N. Y. Postofllce Inspector Uoyle of New
York City, one of the best known post
office inspectors in the service, is here a
witness in the case.
The trial is likely to contlnuo all day
Friday and may possibly run over into
ing the twenty-four hours ending at noon
Hlrths Henoch Von Halle, 2733 Parker,
girl; John R. Snyder, 116 South Thirty
fifth, girl; V. Kuhl, 1735 South Eighteenth,
Deaths John IT. Platz, Seventeenth and
Ames avenue, 62: Mrs. Dorotny Shields,
a" Cuming, 6; Julius Kruger, 2225 Sher
man avenue, 62.
Low Rate Excursions to the Seashore.
via New York City, with privilege of stop
over on return trip.
The LAKE SHORE & MICHIGAN
SOUTHERN R'Y will sell round trip tick
ets from Chicago to Asbury Park and re
turn June 29, 30, July 1 and 2. at rate ot
$23.35, good returning not later tnan July
10, with' privilege of extension until August
m by deposit of ticket and payment of to
cents. Stopover may be had at New York
on the return trip.
Don't miss this opportunity for spending
your vacation at the seaside. If you are
particular as to comfort and service, we
offer something a little superior to any
other line. Bee mat your ticket reads via
the Lake Shore the route of the "Twen
tieth Century Limited." Send for itinerary
to L. F. Voaburgh, General Western Pas
senger Agent, Chicago, 111.
21.35 Asbury rark and Return Via
June 20. 30, July 1 and 2, limited to Aug.
SI; good to stop at New York, Cambridge
Springs, Chautauqua and Niagara Falls.
Tickets on sale also to all tourist points
Chautauqua I-ako, Niagara Falls, etc.,
good until Oct. 3L Full particulars, 56J
Hallway Exchange, Chicago.
flS.SO to ft. Paul and Minneapolis
and Return Via Chlrauo Great
Tickets on sale dally to September 30th.
Final return limit October 31st. Also equally
low rates to Minnesota, North Dakota,
Colorado. Utah and Wyoming points. For
further Information apply to L. D. Park
hurst, general agent, 1511 Farnam street,
Harry Bt Davis, undenuaitr let 12H
The following hlrths ami tleoths have
been repot ted to the iiuaid u( llelth Uur-
Special Rates East Via Wabash R. R,
Call at Wabash city office, 1601 Farnarp
street, or address Harry E. Moores, O. a,
p. D.. Omaha, Neb.
This paint is made to stand exposure to
wind, ratn, sunshine and open air and on
this account Is umch better for painting
PoRCH FLOORS thun would be the Inside
floor paint. Made in 8 shades. Quart 50c,
half gallon 85c, gallon Jl 60.
The SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. Mixed
Paints are the ACKNOWLEDGED
STANDARD OF THE WORLD and com
prise, paints for every purpose for which
paint is used. Ask your ARCHITECT or
PAINTER about them.
Write or cull for Color Card and Paint
Sherman & McConell Drug Go.
Corner 16lb and Djdge. Omaha.
HELD FOR STEALING FOWLS
Local Pugilist and Pal Are Bound
Over to the District
Hugh Ward, known in local pugilistic
circles as "Kid" Ward, and James Young,
both of whom were arrested Tuesday morn
ing by Captain Haze and Sergeant Havey,
have been bound over from the police to
the district court by Police Magistrate
Berka. The bond was placed at S00 in
each case. Charges of breaking and enter
ing the chicken houses of Henry ISurkamp
and Hans N. Terp of Forty-second street
and Redick avenue were filed by Deputy
County Attorney Foster against Ward and
Young. The prisoners pleaded gurlty and
were bound over on the evidence offered
at the preliminary hearing. Burkamp and
Terp Identified chickens found in the pos
session of Ward and Young, it is stated.
AT MAX AWA Sl'XDAY.
Elephants' Snlmndog Race.
It has been a very long time since in
terest and excitement has been aroused in
Omaha and Council Bluffs by any event
like unto that being manifested in the
elephant race and aquatic performance
that will take place at Manawa Sunday
afternoon, June 25. The Btreet railway com
pany Is figuring seriously to solve Just how
it can handle the big crowds should the
weather be fine that day, for estimates of
the number of people that will want to see
this rare event is variously estimated from
fifty to seventy-five thousand ieople. The
old power house on the Iowa side of the
river that was shut down several months
ago will be started up again to add its
power to that supplied from the new power
house In Omaha, which will give a current
capable of pulling cars as close as they
can be run together and every available
car from the different lines will be placed
In the extra service on the Manawa line.
The sixteen elephants will make the plynge
driven by their native Cingalese drivers
at i p. m. Then the fun will start, as the
big beasts throw water with their trunks
high Into the air like fountains or squirt
into each other's eyes. Several will oc
casionally Join in ducking another animal
and when he emerges with trampled dignity
his screeches can be heard for a great dis
tance. The BWlmmlng race between several
of the herd is tho feature event however.
The sight of a herd of elephants In water
is indeed rare in this part of the world
and as it is Just about as interesting from
an educational mandiKiint as from the
spectacular old and young will give it their
attention. It seems as though It is really
the duty of all parents who can afford It
to take their children, as it muy be they
will never again have this opportunity.
The Manawa Amusement company Induced
the Cail Hugenbtck show which appears in
Council Bluffs to give the aquatic exhibi
tion by the payment of a very large amount
however, which he says Is sure to be a nAVinflN RETS A NEW DEGREE
"corker." Mr. Ritchie says the bridge at i UMVIUOUIM UC I O H UfcUntt
LoulHvlUe Is still out and there is no
crossing for wagons and automobiles, but
the warring factions are apt to get to
gether by fall and build a bridge so thit
autos can spin from Omaha to Lincoln
by the old road.
Do Not Neglect the Children.
At this season of the year the first un
natural loosening of a child's bowels should
have Immediate attention. The best thing
that can be given is Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, followed
by castor oil, as directed with each bottle
of the remedy.
Yellowstone Park ana Portland.
Personally conducted party will leave
via the Burlington Route June . 29th for
Portland, stopping at Gardiner, Mont., for a
six-day tour of Yellowstone Park.
Return from Portland can be made
through California and Colorado if desired.
Party will travel in standard sleeper, and
application for berths should be made at
once. Rates are very low. Full Informa
tion at Burlington Ticket Office, lioj
Farnam street, J. B. Reynolds, City Pas
Dr. A. P. Condon has removed his office
to 3u0 Bee building.
One Fare to Hot Springs, Ark.,
Plus $2, for round trip, daily, good for
thirty days. Summer is the best time for
treatment. Ask any ticket agent.
New York and Philadelphia
canot be more pleasantly or conveniently
eached than by the Grand Trunk-Lehlgh
Valley Double Track Route via Niagara
Falls. Solid through trains, magnificent
Descriptive literature sent free on appli
cation to Geo. W. Vaux. A. G. P. & T. A.,
Grand Trunk Railway System, 135 Adams
City Superintendent In omnlia Made
Doctor of Pedagogy by Sew
Hampshire State Normal.
President James E. Klock of the New
Hampshire State Normal school has noti
fied Superintendent of Instruction David
son that tho Institution has conferred upon
him the degree of doctor of pedagogy.
The New York lH-llour Train
Runs every day from Chicago over the
Pennsylvania Short Line. Originally "The
Pennsylvania Special" was a twenty-hour
train from Chicago to New York, but the
completion of "double tracks of Bteel all
the way" from New York to Chicago and
other extensive and costly Improvements
has Justified the cutting of two hours from
the original schedule. This has been done
and the running of "The Pennsylvania Spe
cial" over the Pennsylvania Bystem has
been resumed with an lS-hour time table,
leaving Chicago every day nt 2:45 p. m.,
Chicago time, reaching New York the next
morning at 8:45 o'clock, Chicago time, but
9:45 o'clock New York time opportunely
for the ten o'clock business hour. Break
fast in the dining car between North Phila
delphia and New York while rolling smooth
ly but rapidly over the New York end of
the Pennsylvania railroad the best piece
of four-track railroad in the world.
Returning, The Pennsylvania Special
leaves 23d street station at 3:55 p. m., ar
riving at Chicago the next morning at S:55
o'clock. Breakfast on the dining cur from
7 o'clock a. m.
Reservations for this or any other Penn
sylvania Short Line train from Chicago can
be madu In udvance tlurough your home
agent, or by addressing Thos. H. Thorp,
T. P. A., 26 1'. S. Bank Bldg., Omaha.
B'r reduction sale at MacCarthy Tailoring
Co., ' 1 Suulii iith St. See show windows.
Not only watches and diamonds, but all
other Jewelry, sold below prices at Huber
mann's store, s. e. corner 13th and Douglas.
Look Over the Markets.
C. A. Ritchie, farmer and elevator
owner from Louisville, was in the city
Friday looking over the markets. He and
Tom Parmele have several fields of corn
in Cass county In which they take a sue-
olal ..,.4.1.. l..,t VI w 1,... l.-.t.u ......- A
1 ii ...c, uu. ... i . twill,, ivuna ,.(: J
last year's crop than to the coming one,
The Central Markets
The headquarters in Omaha for nil that'w choice in the
meat line have no competitor when it tomes to prieen.
Spring Chickens - -
Fresh Dressed Hens
I'ork Loins 7ic
Pork Butts 6ic
Spare liibs 5c
Uest Sirloin Steak 12 Jc
Shoulder Steak, 3 pounds for 25c
Prime Kib Koast, 12c and 10c
Boiling Beef 3c
Cudahy's Bex Baeon 12ic
Shoe the boy right
Let him feel that he Is well dressed.
Let us put on his feet a pair of our
Boys' SI. SO Shoes.
This shoe has given satisfaction for
tho past ten years and It . la better
today than ever.
We guarantee to please the boy and
his parents with this shoe and cheer
fully return the money where any dis
Bring the boys In Saturday and we
will fit them right.
1419 Farnam Si.
Omaha's I'p-to-Dnte lb 04 House.
ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE.
16) and Harney Sts.,
iCth St. and Capitol Ave.,
Persons Holding Coupons
or orders on our store for Hoff'a Malt
Kxtract. Dermaline Skin Soap, Vlmalt
or Mulford's 1-axatlve Salt of Fruit
are requested to bring them In us soon
Esi'li person rren ting a cou
pon for one of the above articles
Huturdity, nieiilluiiliiir this ad,
will he given In addition r bottle
of Mors Malt Kxtract free until
vie huve given ami) six dosen.
HOWELL DRUG CO.
16th and Capitol Ava.
i'ruuiole the prowti of the balr and
gives U the lust re and silkliieba of youth.
When the bulr la ,rruy or faded It
BRINGS BACK THE YOUTHFUL COLON.
It prevents Dandruff and hair falling
and keeps the scalp cieau and healthy.
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