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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1905.
Now located In the new
retail centrr. Howard
and Sixteenth ,
Now the colored silk remnants must po. The silk business has been very large., As a result
ire have aceunjulated too many remnants. Here is a fine suggestion for a Christinas present.
Remnants of 50e, 73c and $1.00 silks sale price Saturday, 20c a yard. Mostly waist
lengths and under. Novelties, plain weaves, pretty plain ground with tiny woven figures of some
contrasting color, here and there suggestion of bright color in hair stripe or tiny checks. They
will go out with a rush. Better come early.
Special Sale of Black Dress
Goods Remnants Saturday.
You cannot afford to miss thla sal.
Nothing- handsomer for. a good, practical
Christmas remembrance than something of
thla kind. Useful long after ordinary
trinkets are gone and forgotten. Skirt and
lr!sa ' lengths of this season's prettiest
good. At Saturday's special prices they
will go with a rush. Better come early.
Bale commences at 8 a. m. Fine line to
choose from at that time. Read each
Item below ahowlng special reductions for
this sale. Hundreds to choose from.
BLACK STORM 8 ERG E Dee p, rich
Mack, 9 yards In remnant, for $2.19.
BLACK GRANITE NOVELTY Rich,
glossy black; just a suggestion of novelty;
regular II. IS quality; 8 '4 yards In rem
nant for B.19.
BLACK SILK AND WOOL CREFE
DE PARIS Nothing more dressy or hand
somer at any price than this soft, silky
fabric; 7S yards In remnant for $4.19.
BLACK ALL WOOL TAMISE One of
this season's prettiest materials If you want
to plait or tuck your gown; falls In soft,
pretty folds; " yards In remnant for I2.1.
BLACK FRENCH roi'LIN-Handsome
silk finish; on of this season's newest
fabrics: 714 yards In remnant for $2.88.
BLACK ALL WOOL BATISTE Light
wolght, for the soft-cllnging gown; tii
yards In remnant for ll.SS.
BLACK SILK Ail WOOL CREFE DE
CHINE Fine Imported fabric, very popu
lar; 44 yards In remnant for $1.!.
BLACK CHEVIOT-Wears like linen;
nothing prettier for separate skirts or full
suits; 50 inches wide; 54 yards In remnant
I BLACK SILK AND WOOL CREFE DE
CHINE The height of dress elegance, soft
nd clinging; 4'4 yards, regular Jl.no qual
y. for $:09.
Women's Outing Gowns.
When the assortment of sizes Is good Is
the time to buy outing flannel gowns. Sat
urday's showing ii of tho season's best
styles. The garments are cut full and
large; the patterns are neat and pretty.
Fancy dotted effects and dainty stripes
finished with ribbon and braid trimmings;
also a good assortment of styles In plain
eolors. lTioes, 65c, 70c, 5c, $1.00 to I2.J6
Children's domet gowns In plain white
and assorted stripes at GOc, 75c, 80c and
AUTOPSY UN BRANCH'S. BODY
Iffsrt Will Be Fade to Discover Cau.Be of
JUDGE ADVOCATE CHALLENGES M'CORMICK
l'roeevutor Allrtri that Member of
Court Showed Too Much Bias
In Questioning Wit
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 24. Ono of the
most remarkable Incidents In connection
with naval court-martials in the history
of this country marked today's session of
the court which Is trying Midshipman
Minor Meriwether, Jr., In connection with
the flght between hmself and Midshipman
James R. Branch.
- Rear Admiral Alexander H. McCormlck,
next In point of rank of the members of
the court to Alexander Ramsay, Its presi
dent was challenged by Judge Advocate
Marlx after the whole testimony for the
prosecution had been submitted, a pro
ceeding which the Judge advocate said
had never been takon by him In all his
years of previous service, and of which
he had never heard. The grounds for the
challenge appeared after the beginning of
the trial and were thut Admiral McCormlck
had consulted with a high medical -authority
(Medical Director Thomas C. Wal
ton, U. 8. N., retired) In relation to the
ciiso, and that ho had by his repeated and
continued cross-examination of the prose
cution's witnesses practically tuken the
place of the counsel for the accused.
"I have had a conversation with Medical
Inspector Thomas C. Walton," said Ad
miral McCormlck. "I did this In order
thM I might ask such questions of the
witnesses brought before the court as
would affirm or negative tho possibility
of Branch's death having occurred in the
maannr chsTrged. 1 urn fully aware that
In the end I must reach my conclusion upon
Th3 "Omaha" Boy
could be dropped down Id Boston
and you couldn't pick him out.
"Omaha" boys wear LiHIput luu
clothes you see him everywhere,
Saturday will be a busy day
Overcoats and Reefers
Double-breasted Tourist Over
coats for boys 8 to 16 years, made
with strapped cuffs, half belts in
back, excellent values Af
at A-fto. $7.BO and O.UU
Mannish Overcoats of hand
some array or brown mixtures,
double-breasted long styles
seUing at 7.30, ft) 5 00
Llttla Fellows' Overcoats
Russian and Military Overcoats
and Deck Keefers. 'Twill be a
pleasure to choose the little fel
lows' coata from such an assort
ment and modeEtly priced at fd.fio,
6, , 94.60 T ftP
and J, J
WHITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
Remnants of Silks and Dlack Dress Goods
Saturday Morning at Sweeping Reductions
Knitted Underwear for Women.
Whether you need underwesr In weights
suitable for this mild weather or are look
ing for the heavier ones for extreme cold
days, you will find the showing here com
plete. In both Union Suits or separate gar
ments. Ladies' fine ribbed cotton Union Suits,
heavy weight, high neck, long , tiWves,
ankle length, open across the chest or
down the front, all sizes, $1.00.
Ladles' fine ribbed fleeced Cotton Union
8ults, high neck, long sleeves, ankle length,
open down the front or waist line only,
good quality, 60c and $1.00.
Ladles' fine ribbed light weight merino
Union Suits, high neck, long sleeves, ankle
length, all sixes. $1.00.
Ladies' One ribbed medium weight me
rino Union Fuita, high neck, long sleeves,
ankle length, open to waist line; color,
cream or natural; all sices, $1.50.
Saturday's Cloak Dept. News.
We have always new Cloaks to show on
Saturday and always something Interest
ing to tell you about the special things we
have for sale. Come In and see the finest
Cloak Department In Omaha.
On our second floor we sell Kimonos,
Bath Robes. Shirt Wslsts. Silk Petticoats.
Separate Skirts. Children's Coats, Ladies
Coats. Tailor and Dress Suits, Fur Coats,
Fur Scarfs and Children's Furs.
30 Coats for little children, ages 2 to
years, at one-half regular prices. Every
coat new this season. $5.00 coats at $3.60.
Choice new styles In handsome Tailor
Made Suits, absolutely perfect.
Special low prices on Silk Suits.
New Bath Robes for ladles Just received.
All the choice things are now here. Neck
Scarf, of reliable quality from 13.15 up to
Children's and Misses' Fur Sets just re
celved. In Our Domestic Department,
i-lnch wide dark colored percales at 10c
Fine line of 36-inch silkoline, at 5c, 10c,
Cotton Batting, nice white quality, at 6c,
10c, UHc, 15e, 2oc and 25c per roll.
tho testimony of the witnesses before this
court and in tha,t manner only."
The court was cleared and upon Its be
ing reopened Admiral Ramsey announced
thut the challenge against Admiral McCor
mlck had not been sustained.
Autopsy ou Brikcli'i Body.
Only second In point of interest to the
challenge entered against Admiral McCor
mlck was the court's determination to re
quest the secretary of the navy to order
that the body of tho late Midshipman
Branch be exhumed and an autopsy held.
It is not certain bow much can be re
vealed by an autopsy upon the remains of
Midshipman Branch, who has been dead
for about three weeks, but It Is believed
that almost absolute Information can be
obtained as to the existence of any pre
vious diseased condition of the heart, brain
or other organs such as would have made
death possible at the time from any cause
other than the blows received. At the
request of counsel for the accused the
court directed that Medical Inspector H.
E. Ames and Burgeon James D. Qatewood,
both of whom are stationed at Washington,
be directed to be present at the autopsy. '
The prosecution closed Its case this morn
ing with the testimony of Surgeon A. M.
McCormlck, and It was this witness that
Admiral McCormlck asked the questions
forming the busts for one of the grounds
of the challenge by the judge advocate.
Testlmonr of Hurgeon McCormlck.
8urgeon E. M. McCormlck was the flr.t
witness called. He said:
"I saw Branch between 10 and 11 Mon
day morning. Ho was unconscious, his
left sidu naa paralyzed, bis right arm and
leg were continually thrashing and he was
much bruised about the face, head, shoul
ders and forearms. I think that the con
dition was brought ibout by the repeated
blows he had received. I do not think his
life could have been saved by any treat
ment, nor do I think that the hot baths
or the other treatment he received from
his friends accelerated his death.
Surgeon McCormlck wus examined very
rigidly by Admiral A. H. McCormlck of
the court, the object being to bring out
w hether, or not any possible cause of death
Girls', Boys' and Infants' Shoes
bought at the Boys' and Girls'
Store wear longer and look better
than any other shoes. Why? Be
cause we speclalixe the Boys' and
Girls' Shoes and carry special
lasts and styles, and put extra se
lection of leather in every pair.
Saturday, School Children's Day,
will be the busy day. Bring in the
boys and girls and have them fit
ted In our Special School Shoes at
Little Girls Coats, ages 2 to 6,
In astrakhan, velvets, bearskins,
cheviots and kerseys, coats of all
colors and white prices $7.50.
.VDO, $4.75, sM.ftO Q C
Girls Coats, ages T to 14 sell
ing the "Wooltex" and "Wile"
models at prices you like to pay
12. aio.no, as.oo,
Be, Nov. 24, 1903
Men's Night Shirts:
Have you ever worn a Domet Flannel
Night Shirt? If not, you are missing a
great deal of comfort. Ours are cut extra
long and good width. They come in neat
blue, pink and brown stripes, also plain
blue, pink, white or cream. All marked
at prices that will appeal to the economical
shopper. We Invite Inspection.
SPECIAL VALUE Fine quality of Domet
Flannel, cut good and full, all sizes, 60u
Fine grade of Domet Flannel, cut extra
large, good, heavy weight, all sizes, at 75c
Finest grade of Domet Flannel, 80 Inches
long, extra wide, plain white, also neat
stripes, all sizes, $1.00 each.
We also have Outing Flannel Pyjamas,
neat assortment of stripes. In blue, pink
or brown; a fine winter sleeping garment.
$1.50 a suit
Visit our Men's Department, located In
south aisle; convenient from cither en
trance. See Our South Window for
Tou'll see there some pretty patterns,
but, to see the line, come to the third
floor. Robe blankets made up Into a bath
or lounging robe make a fine gift. They
are so easily made with the aid of our
McCall patterns. Ono robe blanket is
enough for bath or lounging robe for either
lady or gentleman. Prices are $1.75, $2.10,
t2.X, $2.30. $2.75. $3.00, $3.50. $4.00, $4.50, $5.50,
Cord and tassels (three pieces) In con
trasting colors or to match the robe blank
ets at 50c per sot.
Special Sale of Outing Flannels
on Third Floor.
Fine quality of outing flannel, In light
and pretty styles, on sale Saturday at 6c
Another fine quality, in light styles at
Amoskeag Teazle Down, In newest, choic
est styles, at only 10c yard.
SC-lnch vlde extra fine quality, light col
ored outing flannels at liVic yard.
Tailor broadcloth, all cotton, but very
much like the wool broadcloth, suiting ef
fects, regular 80c quality, at 15c yard.
could have existed prior to the fight. The
witness answered that It was Impossible to
say this absolutely In the absence of an
autopsy, but that there waa no reasonable
doubt that the blows had caused Branch's
death. Under this examination Buigeon
McCormlck said that excitement and over
exertion might have contributed to the con
dition of Branch's death, but only In a
Admiral McC irmlck evidently was not
at all satisfied that the hot applications
upon Branch's head by his companions on
the night of the fight had not contributed
to the death. Ho brought out from the
witness that hot applications might eon
tract veins If applied to them closely and
A GIARAXTKED CIHB FOR PILES.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding Piles.
Your druggist will refund money if Pazo
Ointment fails to cure you in ( to 14 days. 50c
Modi Falls Man Likely to Die from
Effect of Wounds.
8IOCX FALLS, S. D., Nov. 24 Hovering
between life and death In the city hospital
Is Oscar Nelson, a young man aged about
26 years. He Is supposed to have been the
victim of an Intended assassin. Three bul
lets were fired into his body. Nelson is
. unable to tell who shot him and the shoot
ing is shrouded in mystery.
Brown's Condition Serlona.
PITTSBURG. Nov. 54 The condition of
Captain Samuel H. Brown, the will-known
coal operator ana noresman, is very se
rious tcday. lie passed an unfavorable
night and wus greatly weakened this morn
ing. A personal friend of Cuptaln Brown.
' who has been with him during his present
illness, said today that his death was only
a question of a short time.
TO fin) A COLD IX il.NK DA V
Take Illative Bromo quinine Tableta
Drusglsis leTund nionev If it falls to cure
i 2. W. Grove's slgnaturn is on esoh box. 26c,
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Today and Tomorrow In Ne
braska, Iowa, South Dakota
I WASHINGTON, Nov. 24. -Forecast of
the weather for Saturday and Sunday:
For Nebraska, Iowa. Missouri, Kansas
and South Dakota Fair Saturday and
For Montana Fair; warmer Saturday;
' Sunday warmer.
For Colorado and Wyoming Fair Satur-
; day and Sunday.
OFFICE OK THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA. Nov. 24. Official record of tem-
rerature and precipitation compared with
ha corresponding day of the Lust three
years: 19n6. 14. 1903. 1902.
Maximum temperature.... 48 M M 49
Minimum temperature.... 37 81 23 81
Mean temperature 42 ii M 41
Precipitation 14 .u .() .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from trie normal at On. aha since March 1
and comparison with the last two ears:
Normal temperature SO
K"OhS for the d ly 1!
Total excess since March 1 653
No.mal p.eclpiljtiou (4 Inch
Excess fur the day 11 Inch
iTerlplui'lon since March 1 38 9 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 it It Inches
Deflolwncy for cor. period in 194.. 4 S3 Inches
Excess for cor. period In 19u3.... (.02 inches
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
Station and Bute Tern. Max. Rain-
of Weather. T p. m. Tern. (all.
Bismarck, cloudy M 3 T
Cheyenne, part cloudy 40 46 . 00
Chicago, cloudy M .to
Davenport, clear S8 4 T
Iwnver. clear bl bH .uO
liavio. clear 84 ft T
lielrna, cloudy 3 40 .no
Huron, cloudy 4 40 .00
Kansas City, clear 44 (0 .fo
North Platte, clear 40 U .00
Omaha, cle,tr 43 4 on
Rapid City, part cloudy 40 M ijo
Ht. lunula, clear 4 b Of
St. Paul,- clear Si :S (i)
Halt Lke City, clear 44 44 .)
Valentine, part cloudy 4V ft)
Wllliatnn, cloudy 34 IH
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
U A. WKL8H, Lotal Forecaster.
SENATOR BURTON ON STAND
Bays He Told Postal Officials Be Wai Not
Interested in Dtpittmeat Cases.
DETENSE SCORES POINT IN CONTEST
Jadae Permits Introduction of E I
lenee to Show ature of Re.
port Made by the Cot
ST. LOLI8. Nov. 24 Under Instructions
from Unltxl States Circuit Judge Vande
vanter, the case of United States Senator
Kslph J. Burton of Kansas, charged with
violating a federal statute by practicing
before the Postofflce department as an at
torney, must be submitted to the jury
tomorrow. Judge Vandevanter said . that
he had no wish to curtail the time of coun
sel for argument, but that as tomorrow
was the last day of the week he thought
that the case should be concluded In time
to give the Jury all of Sunday, If necessary,
to consider the evidence.
The attention of the court was occupied
today with the closing of the defense, which
began yesterday noon, and the first argu
ment for the prosecution, delivered by
Assistant United States Attorney General
Robb. Mr. Robb spoke three hours and
at his conclusion court adjourned until to
There remains the arguments for the
defense, which will be made by Attorney
Lehmann of St. Louis and Attorney Haynes
of Chicago, and the final argument for the
government by District Attorney Dyer. In
stead of excusing Senator Burton Immedi
ately upon the conclusion of his direct
testimony, as was done at his former trial.
District Attorney Dyer today subjected the
witness to the most severe cross-examination
during the present hearing.
The only witnesses Introduced by the
defense, with the exception of those first
examined as government witnesses, were
Colonel W, W. Smith of Topeka. Kan.,
Senator Burton's private secretary, who
corroborated part of the senator's testl- 1
inony, and former Judge Chester H. Kxum, '
who had charge of Senator Burton's de- I
fense at his former trial and who testified
today that his associates In preparing for
the trial of Major Dennis, president of the
Rlalto company, had been Mr. Harlan and
For the first time since the case went to
trial the general public evinced Interest In
the proceedings and a large crowd was
present when court convened. Hitherto the
attendance has consisted principally of at
torneys and law students, attracted by the
purely legal phases of the Case.
Defense scores Point.
Before any testimony was Introduced
Judge Vandeventer delivered an opinion In
which he held that the defense would be
permitted to Introduce evidence to which
an objection was sustained yesterday for
the purpose of showing that the postofflce
Inspectors had communicated to the Rlalto
Grain and Securities company, at a time
previous to the employment of Senator
Burton by the Rlalto company, that the
Investigation had not shown the necessity
for the Issuance of a fraud order.
Under this ruling Postoruce Inspector M.
G. Price was recalled by the defense.
Mr. Price testified that he hnd made a
report to his superior. Inspector Dice, that
the condition of the Rialto company was
not such that a fraud order was necessary,
but said he did not remember telling any
one connected with the Rlalto company
anything to that effect.
Defendant on Stand.
Senator Burton was Jien called to the
stand. He was sworn and seated himself j
In the witness chair, leaning slightly for- i
ward and answering all questions in a I
clear, distinct voice and apparently without
hesitation or forethought He frequently
anticipated his counsel's questions, begin
ning his replies before the completion of
The senator's testimony in the beginning
followed closely that given In the former
trial, with the exception that In describing
his conversation with Thomas B. Harlan,
In regard to which the latter has already
testified, Senator Burton laid special stress
upon the fact that before the conversation
relating to'hts employment by the Rlalto
company was started, the train In which
they were enroute' from St. Louis to Chi
cago had crossed the Mississippi and was
in Illinois, outside the Jurisdiction of the
court before which the case Is being tried.
Tells of Conversation.
Senator Burton testified that during his
conversation with Harlan, who was the
representative of the Rlalto company, he
(Burton) used the following words In con
nection with his proposed employment:
"Now, Mr. Harlan, let me understand
you. I am a senator. This company Is
using the malls extensively. Is it contem
plated 'in any way that I am expected to
use any Influence in the department, di
rectly or IndlrectlyT"
"His answer was very emphatic. He said,
"No, senator, we do not want any Influence
In the department.' "
In reference to the compensation offered
by the Rialto company In connection with
his employment as counsel to appear In the
defense of Its president. Major Dennis,
Senator Burton said:
"I told him that I did not want to enter
a case of that kind as counsel for a rich
man, for a nominal fee of S4U0 or 1600. and
suggested a 'contract of IJOu a month for
"When I received the letter notifying me
of my appointment by the Rlalto company
I went down to see Chief Postofflce In
spector Cochran and inquired regarding the,
complaints, because I was naturally anx
ious to learn the standing of the concern
with which I was to be Identified."
Talk wltn Cochran.
Senator Burton testified that Cochran re
plied that there . were two complaints. "I
then told Cochran that I had been led to
believe that the complaints grew out of the
operations of a former concern, and that I
had been assured that the Rlalto company
was all right. I then Inquired casually
about the procedure in cases under investi
gation, telling Cochran that I had no In
tention of appearing before the department
as the company's attorney and that the
questions were prompted by a desire to as
certain what to avoid in my dealings with
Senator Burton testified to the visit paid
to Washington by Attorney Harlan and
declared that the object of the meeting
was entirely a discussion of the indict
ments which were threatened against Major
Dennis. He said their whole conversation
was on that subject. f
In regard to l.ie visit paid to the Post
offlce department by himself and Dennis.
Senator Burton said It was purely un
premediated. as when driving past the
building, Major Dennis inquired what
building it was and that he suggested that
they go in, and that In passing the door
of the chief postofflce Inspector's room they
saw Mr. Cochran and that he (Burton)
had introduced Major Dennis, with enme
Joking remarks. The witness said the con
versation was general.
Wanted to Know Farts.
The witness. In relating hla conversation
with Chief Postofflce Inspector Cochran,
"I bad previously told Mr. Cochran that
if Major Dennis was Indicted that I ex
pected to help defend him, and then I said
to him: 'Now, Cochran. I am counsel for
the Rlalto Grain A Securities cstKsany.
Major Dennis owns the company. He is
a stranger to mc I have been assured
that the company is organlxed and Its
methods are all right. But 1 do not know,
snd If anything comes into the depart
ment that puts ynu upon Inquiry, and com
plaints or anything of the kind. 1 wlh
you would sdvlse, because, noth withstand
ing I am counsel for the company. I am
not Its counsel h re. I rsnnot be retained
under any circumstance to appear In the
department as a paid attorney.'
"I also said: 'Another thing, Mr. Cochran.
In case that It should becomu necessary to
recommend summary nctlon on any com
plaint, disregard my request entirely, be
cause 1 won't answer any of these com
plaints and I won't remain attorney of the
company or counsel for the company If
it has any trouble with the department.' "
During his cross-exanilnatlnn by Dis
trict Attorney Dyer, Senator Burton, by
his replies to the following questions, con
troverted the testimony of witnesses
placed on the stand by the prosecution:
"Were there no letters destroyed In your
pres nee by Mahanry w hen you were In his
"Was there anything said at that time
by you that before leaving Washington
you had visited the dopartment and found
that there were no claims or complaints
against the Rialto Grain and Securities
"Not a word said about that."
"Did you leave him, upon that occasion,
your address In Kansas?"
"Wns there anything said In that confer
satlon, In 'he presence of Mahaney and
McRae, that at any time thereafter that
the company needed your services you
would be glad to give them?"
"No, sir: I know there was nothing said
of that kind."
Senator Burton admitted that he jalked
with Witness Brooks, but hi replies to
questions along the lines of Brooks' testi
mony were as follows:
"I will get you to staf whether or not
In that conversation It was said by Kastor
that you had been the means of prevent
ing; Brooks' action being effective against
Dennis or the Rlalto .Grain and Securi
ties company. In the Postofflce depart
"Did Brooks say to you at any time
that he thought that your services with
the company might bo desirable?'"
JEWS OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY
(Continued from First Page.)
Rabbi II. Grodslnsky.
Monday evening the celebration will be
wound up with an entertainment and ball
at Metropolitan hall. This will bo under
the auspices of the Sisterhood of Temple
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It does not conHttpate; It Is put up In two
at M CENTS AND 11.00 a bottle.
Refuse substitute's. There Is none "Ju
having the genuine WARNER'S SAFE CL'
wnlch Injure the system.
TRIAL. BOTTLB FREE, To convince
neys, liver, madder and iiiood that WARN
bottle will be sent ABSOLUTELY FREE
P FK Cl'RE CO.. Rochester, N. Y.. and
Tha Omaha Dally Bee, The genuineness of
lUi.er. Our doctors will also send medical
ment of each disease, and many convincing
Going to Sea
Reads like1 a fairy tula, but
boa of tho most interesting and difficult feats of rail
road engineering was the building; of a bridge across the
waters of Great Salt Lake. This Is one of the sights for
passengers on their trip to
Two meals quicker to San FrancUeo than via any other line.
CITY TICKET OFFICIO, Vi2i FAKXAM HT.
jS YRAC U5E.N LVMTOR K S-?
Israel. The entertainment will begin at S
o'clock with tho followlgn participants:
Misses Ray Colin, Hattle Rehfeld, Rose
Spiesherger. Blanche Rosewater, Cora
Rothschild, Corlnne Teller, Viola Cahn,
Stella Brandels, Jennie Klein, Haxel Cahn,
Blanche Grotte, Zerllna Dteyfoos, Syhul
Hans. Itura Goets. Minna Meyer and Min
The ball will follow the conclusion of the
MUTINY IN PRISON
(Continued from First Page.)
was sentenced for thirty-five years for
first-degree robbery. Vaughn Is the man
who was a member of the Morrls-Kosenau
rang and which three detectives fought a
terrific battle on Chestnut street tu St.
lxuls. One detective was shot dend and
the other two dctectix'ns died later In tho
City hospital from wounds. Rosen.iil, one
of the leaders, was shot dead, and Morris,
the other leader, died subsequ-ntly from
wounds. Vaughn was badly beaten up and
after recovery was convicted ami sent to
Charles Raymond, also from St. Louis,
was sentenced to three years for burglary
and larceny. Hiram Blake, from Grundy
county, Is also serving a three-yenr sen
tence for burglary and larceny. George
Ryan, from Kansas City, known .s the
"Ire Box" man Is serving a sentence of
eight years. Ell Z. Kler, from Warrens
burg, was sentenced to three years for
robbing dead bodies at a railroad wreck.
Mill In Illinois.
BLOOM INGTON. 111.. Nov. i4.-Tlie plant
of the Decatur Milling company at Decatur
was totally destroyed by fire early today,
involving a loss of $50.0fH), covered by SW.nno
Insurance. Tho fire originated near the
engine room. Owing to the gale which
was blowing several adjacent factories
were endangered by the flying embers and
the dry kiln of the Decatur Chair company
caught fire and was also consumed, with a
loss of $2,5uO.
Fnandr- at Cleveland.
CLEVELAND, Nov. 24.-Fire early today
practically destroyed the big plant of the
T. H. Brooks Foundry company, S60 to 970
Lake street, manufacturers of structural
Iron. Estimated loss, floO.COU. he plant
of the Otis Steel company, across tho street
from the Brooks buldlng caught fire and
for a time was threatened with complete
destruction. TI.e flames were finally
checked, however, after causing a loss of
ticket Speculator Dlsrlinraed.
CHICAGO. Nov. 24.-H. If. Waterfall,
who was arrested by order of Mayor Dunnn
on the charge of speculating in tickets for
the f hlragn-Mirhlgan foot ball game, was
arraigned In court this morning ami after
agreeing that he would sell no more of the
tirkets he was discharged on the payment
of the costs.
My limbs were
my back und
help me, but
me a bottle of
desire to urinate, stones in the bladder.
All these diseases originate In the kld
vraetuhle and contains no harmful drugs;
regulur sizes, und Is sold by all druggists
st as good" as WARNER'S. Insist on
RE. Substitutes contain harmful drugs
everv sufferer from diseases of the kid-
KH'S HAKE f'I'RK will cure them, a trial
to any one who wl'.l write WARNER'S
mention having seen mis noerai oner in
this offer Is fully guaranteed by the pul
1km. k let. containing fcyinptom and treat
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FRUIT CAKES, PUDDINGS l
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SUNDAY, MONDAY. TI'ESDAY,
Kpt-clnl Tuesday Matine.'.
Tho Dainty Musical Success
THE SCHOOL GIRL
Great Company of TO IVople, in
cluding CARK1E REYNOLDS.
Next Wednesday Matinee and Night
K L O II (I I) II H A.
DIIRUnnn Nlehts A Hun. Mats. 10c, ?
THK WOODWARD STOCK CO.
THIS AFTERNOON, TONIGHT
8H EN AN D O A H
Coinmenrliiat Sunrluy Mat. All Week
THK UAMvKll'S IIAIGIITKH.
Every Night Mntlnees Tliur., gat.. Sun.
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Prices 16c. 26c. 50c, 76o.
Mats. Anv Seat, c
- MATINEE TODAY. '.'5o-
-TONUiUT AT 8:1S.
The Big Musical Farce Comedy
THE HY MR. DOOI.EY.
A comedy packed full t musical gems.
Hlg lieauty chorus Funny c-oinedlans.
Hunday "Ti e Chaperriiis." Scats on
snle now at usual Minn.
TliurdayTME GIRL FROM KAYS
LYRIC THEATER, ?,
K Ml. H I S OF THK M(TABEE
Will Open Wltli Drama
Sons of f.lattalhias
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS
November i and 2a. Admiaalon fct
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