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THK OMAHA DAILY BKK: SATURDAY, NOVEMBK1J, 4. lOOT,.
:;ayoh will sign order
Bead to Approre Btiolntist Eimbnning
City EsgiDiiri Department,
REGRETS FUNDS ARE NOT ADEQUATE
Mill to It Sest Tear that Allow
area Are SnfBelent to Meet
Mayor Moorea said Friday morning h
would algn the resolution adopted by the
OUR LETTER BOX.
Mr. Leslie's Defense.
OMAHA, Nov. I. 1W.-TO the Editor of
The Bee: In the columna of your news
paper you have sn fit. both before
and alnce the primary elections, to attack
ma by Insinuation, innuendo and dirrirt
accusation, for the sole purpose of rrall
fylns your personal malice ssalnst Judge
Duncan M. Vlnsonhaler, present county
I have remained silent, upon the assur
ance of some of your personal adherents.
that your conduct was not approved, and
. . . . t , . 1 a . 1 1 . &ta .,n r.tlnnal
council at a special meeting inursaay 11 wuum wnu m-irijr m
nvening appropriating S1.300 of back tas J atrlfe. and might hurt the ticket In gen-
to the engineering department funda In
nrdr partly to make up an eattmated de
"I am going to see to It next year the
salaries In the engineering department are
up to the average for the class of work,"
said the mayor. "It Is a fact they have
been much too low for a long time. Men
who were working for the city for flO have
had $90 thrown In their facea without look
ing for It, and no one can blame them for
taking the better Jobs.
'"It la a reflection on Omaha that we do
not aupport our engineering department
properly. It In one of the most Important
branches of the city government. While
the city engineer and myself may differ
sometimes, I concede cheerfully that no
engineer can accomplish anything without
funds at his disposal.
Will See tbat Par Fit.
"Next year I propose to see that allow-
an ;es, when they are set aside, are large
Judge Vinsonhaler'a record la a matter of
which the Judge himself can better speak.
In fact, be has already, upon two memor
able ocaslons, vindicated himself by large
majorities, and therefore I pasa all men
tion of your cowardly attacks upon his
You hava not ventured to attack my
personal character, my private life, or
criticized my hah Its or associates. I pre
sume, therefore, and the public may pre
sume, that my personal reputation in the
community la not subject to criticism.
Tou hava questioned my qualifications,
my. competency and my experience, but
you have not told the people of thla com
munity that I have been an attorney of
record at the Douglas county bar for more
than twelve years. I am, therefore, legally
qualified for the office. Aa to my compet
ency, I prefer to have the attorneya at the
bar apeak. They know me better than the
newspaper man, and are better qualified
IT IS USELESS QF TME
FdaERMAK3D0E DS SIH1DDY
The bnrti fact we give credit -cheerful credit lo anyone who wants clothing would be no argument at
all If the clothing were shoddy or trashy. So we wish to make It clear to those who never traded with as that
the credit we offer la on good, substantial, well made, high grade, reliable wearing apparel.
There are no IF8, no AXIJS, no BUTS to onr credit. There are no ITS, no AMIS, no BUT 3 to onr wear
ing apparel. Both will stand the grim searchlight of keenest criticism and not to be found lacking. We mark
all our goods in plain figures. Tse our telephone call 727 for all departments.
IDW ft FAflNAM STREETS, OMAHA.
Tirn rEon.K's rriiMTi'itE ash cAitrtrr co.
We Sell K. II. & F.'s "Sincerity Clothes"
rnoTign wj run me eriain-r . u... ... . ... T ,,, ...
shape and to pay the men their wage, on at(enton to the ,ncl0Md .n(,or8emnt voI.
a par with those offered them by railroads ntarl)y tendercd by fort of t. bt
no omrr por.nn. , km)wn u , , Omaha. Aa to my ex- I
perlonce, I simply say that It would be a
very stupid lawyer, Indeed, who could
afford to let the department go to pieces i
and lose the services of trained, ex
perienced and valuable employes."
The city engineer Is not wholly pleased
with the appropriation. He wants twlco
aa much, saying tie cannot promise the
men he has remaining continuous work to
the end of the year unless he has deflnlto
assurance of the money. The council pro
poses to make up the -difference by reim
bursing the department from special Im
provement district tor inspection ousts.
John T. Cathers waa at the city hall Fri
day morning looking up the transfer of
"This will be the last 'digging up,' " said
he. "If there are any more I shall pro
reed to do some digging up myself tbat
will not be quite so pleasant."
Some wag at the city ball remarked:
"So Cathera promises to dig up, does he?
Wonder If he means to pay his back taxes
voluntarily after thla?"
RECRUITS F0R THE NAVY
Fifteen Enlistments at the Omaha
Station, Inclndlnai Men from
The naval recruiting depot In the federal
building la doing a thriving business and
numerous applications are being made
dally oy young men for the privilege of as
slating In the manning of Uncle Barn's new
navy. Fifteen enlistments have been made
up to Friday, with six more to be sworn
In Friday evening. Seven applicants have
been rejected on account of physical dis
qualifications. All of those already enlisted
and sworn In have been sent to the naval
training school at Norfolk, Va. The fifteen
enlisted to November J. Inclusive, are:
Charlie Arthur Southard, Los Angeles,
apprentice seaman; Charlie Edward Beer,
Omaha, apprentice seaman; Alfred John
Anderson. La ports, ind
perform the dutiea I have performed In
the last six years, without acquiring a
knowledge of the duties, details and legal
requirements of the office. I beg leave to
say that few men have ever gone upon the
oounty bench In thla atate with the experi
ence which It haa been my good fortune
to obtain My experience, therefore, cannot
be fairly questioned.
Tou claim to be a republican, and call
Tho Bee a republican newspaper, and If my
personal conduct has been worthy, my
reputation good, and I possess the requisite
qualifications, ability and experience for
the office, the only question open for a
republican and a republican newspaper Is j
my title to the nomination. Tou have not j
attacked that Tou cannot attaok It I I
submitted my candidacy at a direct pri
mary to the republican voters of the 1
county, In eompetltion with three reputable
brother members of the bar, and was the
choice of the voters. No charge of im
proper conduct has been or can be made
against me In the matter of that primary
election. I hold the nomination fairly,
legally, and my right to it was gracefully
conceeded by all my highly esteemed com
petitors. There Is but one excuse left you for op
posing my election and attacking my record
and Insinuating that I am Intending to
cover up something wrong in the office.
That is personal malice The meanest
most cowardly and most Inexcusable of the
baser attributes of the human mind.
You are not honest nor frank in your
method of attack. By insinuation you Inti
mate that I am a grafter, yet you have
said that if I would withdraw as a candi
date for county Judge, you would aid in
nominating me for register of deeds., and
would then support the entire republican
ticket. - Surely you would not aid In trans-
j planting a grafter from a two-year offloial
position to a four-year term at the same
: man: Henrv Harrison Mead. Junction Cltv.
"Kiwi., machinist mate, second class! John
JOHenh Fogartv. Ashland. Neb., electrician, i annual salary.
lulrd class; Harry Bailey. Florence, Neb.. yott know that the worthy young man
apprentice seaman; rtay ugaen amen, i A . jtiti.,,itii l.,., tttm
kiii water. Minn.. aDDrenuce seaman: wn-i " .
IS & 'FA
"High Art Clothing"
We believe ourpelves able to
judge good clothes and have
had many lines to select
from. In points of quality,
style, fit and price, our
fall Jine is fecond to none.
The national reputation of
Kuh, Nathan & Fischer's
"Sincerity Clothea" is back
ed locally by ours. We can't
afford to sell you inferior
goods nor could K., N. & F.
afford to sell them to us.
Men's Guaranteed Hand
failored Suits At-
$25, $22.50, $20.09, $17.50.
$15.00, $12.50 and
RNAM STREETS. OMAHA.
(The People Furniture tt, Carpet Co.)
Min's Swagger 52-inch
S30.0O. 25.00. 20.
HP 18.00, $15.00 and
Just received 150 Ladies' Empire Coats-
made in pretty dark mix- '
tures trimmed with velvet
piping new full sleeves
$15.00 values special for
Special sale Priestley's Oravenettes Made
Empire style pleated back and front-
new sleeves this is our
on sale Saturday
A GREAT VALUE.
DiC Millinery Sale
0 V DMU
75 PATTERN HATS No two alike made of silk 2
velvet trimmed with plumes, cut steel
. .buckles, foliage, etc. on sale Saturday
WORTH $10.00 TO $15.00 EACH.
Ladies' Dainty Fall Waists
Made of silks, brilliantines, velvets, wools, g fl I"
nuns' veiling, etc. in the very latest I HQ
styles up from IsfM
Fluffy Furs for Fall
We are showing a large variety of Ladies' O fill
Fur Scarfs and Small Neck Pieces J JJ j
Also carry Krimmer, Astrakhan, Seal and Persian
Lamb Fur Coats. All sold on easy payments.
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Ham Rebbe. Fremont, Neb., landuman for
yeoman, third class; Thomas James, San
Pedro. Cal., fireman, second class; William
'adman, Lafnyette, Colo., coal passer; TLe
roy Franklin Rolre. MeCook. Neb., appren
tice seaman; Carl Banker, Leon, la., ap
prentice seaman: Leroy Blddison, Lon, la.,
apprentice seaman Lloyd Edwards. Pan'
ville, 111., apprentice seaman; Jesse W'U
bern. Warren county, Iowa, coal passer.
& lutiifiVis'iit a
L Tikes 411 lit Bird Work 0a M
ffj of Ke -plnf Isinft CIs a (f
iM a new cleanser that .11
Ul DOK8 MOKK WOKK,' DOES L1
Tfcv IT BETTER AND UViCK- ' W
fA ER AND WITH LESS LA- 11
L'-JV HOR THAN ANY OTHER 11
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER
18 NOT SGaP OR SOAP
WWDKR, IT CONTAINS
NO LYE, CAfSTlC OR
ORIT TO REDDEN OR
Rol'GHEN THE HANDS,
BUT 18 MADK FROM A
FINE. FEATHERY, SOAHY.
VOLCANIC Dl'ST, TOO
FINE AND SMOOTH TO
SCRATCH. BIT NO DIRT
18 BO HARD CRC8TED. SO
THICK OK BO QKEABV AS
TO RESIST ITS t'OWER TO
LOOtN AsSORB AND kAttY
FOR rt.EANINO KlHlRS. PAINT
ED WALLS. Til. ISO, KAHBLS
SI'ATl'AKr, POTS. PANS, KKT
TLKB.KATH TI BS SINKS. FTC ,
AM) 'OH tiBNCBAI. HULba
WDRK OLD DUTCH CLEANSER
A BOON O TRAPrSMKN, PAINT.
EHS AND MA( HINEJTS FOR RS
MOVLSO OKBAKt. PAIKT, VAR
NISH. ETC.. FROM THE HAN Pi.
CI3 Dutch Cleanser is Supreme
FOR ALL KINDS OP CLEANING
HANDY SlrTlNtj TOP CANS
v i wtUADi " u.naaa - masia
democratlo nomination, baa not been a law
yer as many years aa myaelf, and while
In every way oompetent, haa not enjoyed
zperler.ee which has been mine, and yet
you maliciously attempt to make the publlo
believe that I am not equal to him In fit
ness, experience and ability.
Has he arreed with you that The Bea
shall have the publication of the county
Has he agreed to take Bee building- stock
aa security for funds of widows and or
phans loaned to the owner of the stock?
Has he agreed to grant and refuse pro
cesses for political reasons at your request?
Has he agreed to permit you to dictate
the clerical help that he shall employ in
Has ha agreed to support you for United
States sens tor next fall, ss I have been
asked to do?
I know he Is too manly to make such
agreements, and yet your malicious attacks
upon my good name in thla campaign over
the head of Judge Vlnsonhaler, are the
reault of the refusal of that honest offi
cial to do your bidding and honor your
wishes in at least three of these identical
A democratic lawyer haa gathered pages
of Items from the records of this office.
and at the last stage of the campaign you
print it. believing that no anawer to the
Insinuations contained will reach the pub
lic In time to correct the Impression you
aeek to create against me. Thla la another
manifestation of your malice. The demo
cratic lawyer who collected this Informa
tion, told me that every item, so far aa ha
knew, waa atrictly legitimate. That the
democratic committee might not use It, so
manifestly unfair would It be to me, but
that you would. Tou had all these items
before the primary election. Then, why
did you spring them under a slug head
just before election? To gratify your
venomous hatred against Judge Vlnson
haler and tJ injurs my candidacy.
A statement explaining these Items that
you maliciously call graft, could be made
and will be mads by me to any one who
will call up this oftlcc, but It would be too
long for this communication. I will how
ever, take up one or two Items.
Tou refer to docket II, page 128. the es
tate of Richard Fickencher, liUO. No
such entry appears in that case. Tou
refer to docket II, pare S90, the estate of
John Walker, deceased, and would hava
it appear that I realised flt.M from thla
estate, and that it was graft. The readers
of your paper will remember this estate.
John Walker died aome two yeara ago. Ha
was an eccentric old miser. The afternoon
of his death Frank Moriarty, the cashier
of the Packers National bank of South
Omaha, telephoned Judge Vlnsonhaler that
it was advisable that he go to South Omaha
and take personal charge of the room and
trunk containing Walker's personal ef
fects. MorUrty had reason to believe that
Walker had money or valuable papers con
cealed about that room. Judge Vlnsonhaler
was busy and could not go himself. Ho
directed me to go. I went, and in the
presence of witnesses searched Walker's
room from top to bottom for any valuables
that he might have concealed there, and
falling to find anything I .had his trunk
removed to the police station, where I
opened It In the presence of Chief Brlggs,
Attorney J. J. Breen. Assistant Cashier
Dunham of the Packera National bank, and
several other witnesses. After careful
search Into every corner and crevice f
that trunk I found concealed In and about
the old clothing- contained therein nearly
18.000. I had the Packers National bank
keep open till 14 o'clock at night to take
charge of these funds, after ws had dis
covered and counted them; nude several
trips to South Omaha subsequently, to col
lect and preserve property belonging to
the deceased; hUed an expressman lu re
move his trunk and other effects to
Omaha, and expended from my own pocket
In doing this the sum of 118.30. I reported
this to Judge Vlnsonhaler. One year and
six months later Judge Vinaonhaler had
the administrator of thla estate reimburse
me this sum, $18.30, without interest, an
you call It graft. Every other Item in thin
long list which you publish is as legitimate
as the one I herein refer to. If you know
anything, you know that under our .law,
when one dies leaving an estate, an ad
ministrator Is appointed fur that estate;
that the first thing to be done is to give
public nolce of the time when the court
will sit to hear and determine claims
against that estate; that notice of the time
and place must be given by publication
In a weekly newspaper of general circula
tion In the county, and by posting four
notices in four conspicuous places in the
county. The statute fixes the fee for the
publication, and fixes the fee for the post
ing. Whoever publishes the notice is paid
the statutory fee; whoever posts It, is like
wise paid the statutory fee. These notices
have generally for the last ten years been
posted by aome one here in the office, aa a
matter of security and expediency, and
not because there is any profit in It. As a
matter of fact, I would gladly have the
office relieved of the duty of this work.
Tou sec i red the Information contained
In your diatribe, and sneaklngly Inserted
these items in your published statement
for the contemptible purpose of misleading
your readers, and maligning a man whom
you know you cannot use after he Is elected
I trust I have made myself perfectly
clear in this article. 1 cannot continue a
controversy with a great newspaper and a
small-souled, conscienceless editor; but
once for all, I brand your charges, in
sinuations. Innuendoes and accusations as
brasen, malicious, intentional falsehoods.
Republican Candidate for County Judge.
cases were dismissed and the defendants
discharged except Leo Lung On and Liu
Hop, who were ordered taken back to
It now appears the national bureau of
Immigration la not satisfied with the dis
charge of several of the Chinamen and ap
peals have been ordered taken to the
United States circuit court of appeals for a
reversal of the order discharging Tom Ah
Bat. Leo Chuck. Hule Lin and Leo Hung
Woh, and a new trial Is to be asked in
LIU HOP APPEALS HIS CASE
Chlssnta Departed by adae Master
Carries Fight to Still
An appeal has been taken to the United
States circuit court of appeals In the case
of Liu Hop, who was ordered deported with
Lea Lung by Judge Munger.
A number of these cases had been pend
ing In the United States district court on
appeal from the ruling of United States
Commissioner Anderson ordering the de
portation of the Chinamen, and all of the
RIGHT TO SELL OLD CROW
Defendants In Litigation File Their
Answer In the United - -States
The defendants in the cases of W. A.
Oalnes A Co., manufacturers of the "Old
Crow" and "Hermitage" brands of whisky,
against Julius and Carl Furth and numer
ous other liquor dealers of Omaha, have
filed their answer In the United States
circuit court. The suit originally was
brought by W. A. Gaines A Co., to enjoin
the defendants from selling the whiskies
of tho designated brands unless they ware
bought of the complainants.
The answer of the defendants is in effect
that the bill of the complainants "waa Died
to Induce, Intimidate and harrass the de
fendants into purchasing liquor from the
complainants at exorbitant prices, and
In the event of so doing the cases against
them would be dismissed. Also that the
complainants do not come Into the court
with clean hands and that they are mem
bers of the whiskey trust."
The several defendants answering are:
Julius and Carl Furth, Walter Moise. Harry
B. Hayward, Charles Schlank, Meyer Klein,
Jacob Kiel, Henry Miller and S. Goldstein.
This particular answer is in reference to the j
vtu wrew urunn, ana anomer group or
suits in anawer by the same defendants
will be filed relative to the "Hermitage"
brand of whisky, embodying the aame
bora telephoned the police they suspected
Mrs. Foster had poisoned her husband and
buried his body in the yard. Officer Patullo
waa sent out to look into the matter, but
he failed to find any foundation for the
poisoning theory. It was also reported
soma, of the neighbors wont so far as to
dig around for the supposed dead man.
Fred Foster is the fourth husband of the
woman, whose matrimonial troubles have
Deputy County Attorney Fitch will not
take any action in the matter until the
police have investigated.
FOLK AND R0SEWATER TALK
Mlasoarlaa and Kebraskan -Will Ad
dress Kanaas City Knife and
.... Fork CI ah.
Edward Rosewatar has been Invited ta
address the Kansas City Knife and Fork
club on the evening Of November 16. He
Is allowed to choose his own subject. The
other speaker of the evening Is to be
The Knife and Fork club la becoming aa
famous In the west as the Gridiron and
Clover clubs are in the east It Is one of
the Instrumentalities which the hustling
business men of Kansas City use to keep
"something doing" all the time. Its
monthly dinners have been addressed by
some of the most noted men in the country
in all lines of business.
f IIP IrM BC,WCCBlhe
and the ordinary ibirt li the differ,
eace bet wees these two fixtures
between remfbrt and discomfort.
The Cluett roes "ou and eff like a
eor.t" Tart color fa!rici and
wLite. tl-COand more at beat stores.
Q-LTTT, RAJJ0DY A Co, Trey, X. Y.
LsiTt maksn f Sblrts and Cellars la
WHO HAS THE DUMMY MODELS?
Question Which Connty Clerk Drexel
Would Like to Have
County Clerk Drexel, having survived
all the mandamuses and citations in ihn
"In the shifting about of the dummy
models of the new voting machines thirty
of them have got lost," said Mr. Drexel.
"I have been tracing them over the tele
phone and otherwise until I have almoat
lost confidence In tha talking Instrument.
Tou see, there waa a change in the dummy
machines some time back, by which they
ware shifted to different locations. Un
doubtedly they have filled their mission of
enabling the voters to practice up, but we
must produce them or account for them in
this office. Therefore I wish The Bee would
notify tha people In whose stores br houses
the missing dummies are to bring them in
at onoe. We have lost the trail alto
gether, it seems."
Grain Exchange Bnnqnet.
Members of the Grain exchange held a
banquet last night at the rooms of the
Commercial club. The principal speech of
the evening was by Floyd J. Campbell on
"The Omaha Grain Exchange." Other
toasts were responded to By Ourdon W.
Wattles. A. B. Janulth, F. S. Cowsill, J. E.
VonDorn, N. Merrlam, N. B. Updike, E. C.
Taamley, Rudolf Ileal. A. H Bewsher was
toastmaater The committee on arrange
ments consisted of W. 8. Dexter, K. C.
Twamley and G. E. Barnes.
QPECIAL SALE F6R SATURDAY for
0 cisb salf an Groceries A Meats.
8 f S?.1?. . .......'.$ 1 00 '
The Beat Laundry Soap OXr
11 bars for J
The Best Japan Rice 1Q
I pounds for - -
Mocha and Java Coffee IHc
per pound auw
Any Brand of Flour l 3
per sack 13
New Dill Pickles An
OH Sardines Zlf
per can UI
per can w
parlor Matches q
Best Uneolored Japan Tea O An
per pound m'vw
three cans....1. -J,
Best Navel Oranges . 5n
Maple Syrup O fir
quart csn AOfc.
Colorado Potatoes A a
per peek WC
Porterhouse Steak lfli
per pound ivfw
three pounda for '
Round Steak "2Bln
three pounds for
Chuck Steak fin
Boiling Meat 1
ten pounds for tw
Spring Chickens 1 Ic
per pound saw
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
B2 N. XTth St., IOITH OMAHA.
Goods Delivered to Any Part of City.
FOURTH HUSBAND MISSING
Fred Fester la Cone and Wife Wants
Cemvlalnt Filed against
Mrs. Maggie Foster JUS Kansas
avenue, appeared In court again Friday
morning and told another chapter of her
mai.y troubles. She asked for a complaint
agalnat her husband, who la reported aa
deserting hor a week ago and who is now
in Lincoln, so tha woman alleges. Mrs.
Foster told Captain Hase her neighbors
were conspiring agaisnt her, having al
leady poisoned one of her horses and tried
to poison her. A policeman haa been de
tailed to make a thorough investigation
of the oaae.
A wuk ago some of the voinaa's neigh-
Going to Bed Hungry.
It Is All Wrong and Man Is the Only
Creature That Dot It.
The complete enmptlnesa of the stomach
during sleep adds greatly to the amount of
emaciation, sleepllncsa and general
weaknesa so often met with. There Is a
perpetual change of tissues In the body,
sleeping or waking, and the supply of
nourishment ought to be somewhat con
tinuous and food taken Just before retiring,
adds more tissue than Is destroyed, and in
creased weight and vigor the result. Dr.
W. T. Cathell eays: "All animals except
man eat before sleep and there la no reason
In Nature why man should form the excep
tion to Jhe rule."
If people who are thin, nervous and
sleepless would take a light lunch of bread
ahd milk or oatmeal and cream and at the
same time take a safe, harmless stomach
remedy like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets In
order to aid the stomach in digesting tt,
the result will be a surprising increase In
weight, strength and general vigor. The
only drawback haa been that thin, nervoua,
dyppeptlc people cannot digest and assimi
late wholesome food at night or any other
time. For such It Is absolutely necessary to
use Stuart's Dyapepaia Tablets, because
they will digest the food, no matter bow
weak the stomach may be, norulshing the
body and resting the stomach at the same
Dr. Stevenson says: "I depend almost
entirely upon Stuart's Dyapepaia Tablets la
treating indigestion, because It is not a
quark nostrum, and I know Just what they
contain, a combination of vegetable
essences, pure pepsin. They cure Dyspep
sia and stomach troubles, because they
can't help but euro." Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets are sold by druggists everywhere
at &0 cents per package. They are in
loienge form, pleasant to take, and eon
tain nothing but pure pepsin, vegetable
essences and bismuth, scientifically com
pounded. Your druggtHt will tell you they
give universal satisfaction.
Ufie Best of
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Yon Who Have Not
Last Registration Day, SATURDAY, NOV. 4. 1905
If you fail to register on Saturday, you cannot
vote on November 7th, or at the election next spring.
$ REMEMBER! Registration of September 19th
j' (Primary Day), has been declared illegal and void
by the courts.
Register! Register! Register!
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Republican Douglas County Committee
M. J. GREEVY, Secretary t.. C. GIBSON, Chainnan,
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