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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1905)
TIIE OMAHA DAILY" BEE: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1003.
From the Wholesale Clothing, ffi
Slock, MEN'S $10 SUITS, '
Basement, at .
From Ihs Wholesale Clo
thing Stock, MEN'S
OVERCOATS, worth $7.50, o
111 udMiiiicin i i i i i i i i x.
I V' 7 1(11 C Ar fl oi m p3 fl (1(1 TflUfrPf
D n to From
id. I lb worth
Ssvle o! Men's,
I If U 1 I
SCAVtNCtR TAX results
Tiftrss Ehsw lulk of Proper Aivertised
for Bale is Bsld.
REMAINDER SEEMS TO BE OVERLOOKED
rui ! the Coastr fiy
Ar txrSvaa aad
Half Per Cast of
Tax Comrolialoner Fleming hit oomUl
flruraa showing the renult of ths recant
cavncer tax aula of property in which
the city la lntereated, which be will present
to the council Tueaday night. Ot 1M pieces
of property advertised for aale for city
taxes l"s were sold, the remainder for some
reation or other not being offered after the
advertisement. The compilation shows the
bids of the county and city were 67H per
cent ot the decrees, and this was tl per
cent of the asseased valuation of the
property. The blda and sales together
were a little over U per cent of the value
of the property and amounted to 70 per
rent of the taxea Involved, while the aale
for cash brought 76 per cent ot the de
cree. Sixty-one pieces of property were bought
by the city at leaa than the decrees. The
decrees on this property amounted to VS.
744.Z3 and were bid la at 116,510. the value
uf the property being eatlmated at t51.We.
TklHy-Sevesi' rail Aaaoaat.
Thirty-seven decreea were bid at full
amount tor m.15.t0, the value of the prop
QiAidjea wu:l Isruuof fur
It mh ft tli ahiiti. SHnM
b U ixUn. earas ouux Au4
Bau; f irdurrti(sk
TWIAltlVk CEKT4 A mTTLB.
of kloflvn for thslr S
MEN'S l BOYS' CLOTH
We Bought at
All Ihs S. H.
Who,esale Cl0fflln? stoc 01
$2 and $2.50. it $ I
Entire surplus stock of an eastern manufacturer of
boyB', men's and children's wool sweaters plain
and fancy colors, all sizes, a splendid and com
plete assortments TiCfc f i
:TnWt. . . . 29coUc-7 5c
A Big Sale of Men's Sample Underwear In part wool
and neece lined Bargain square, 61C
lien's Fine Wool UnderwearIn shirts and drawers
and union suits, the highest class )fi,upA59
winter undergarments, at OC(07
Hen's Extra Heavy Jersey Shirts Assorted colors,
heavy fleece lined regular one dollar Q
values, at 0C
Men's Dress Gloves, at 08c to 93
Men's Work Gloves, at 25c to 08c
H BM Mft. M m
erty being 09,250. The county bid ro four
pieces at full value ot the decrees at
tl6s.ll. the value of the property being -00.
The county bid la twelve pieces at less
than the decrees, the decree amounting
to tl.193.eS. These were bid in for t3b and
the value of the property was 13,185. The
total decree amounted to H:,012 39 and were
bid In for 13.4171, the total value of the
property being tlZS.100.
Thirty-one piece were sold for caxh at
lea than the decree, the amount of the
decree being tll,S96.21, and the price paid
being J7,6Si while the value of the prop
erty amounted to $38,460. Property sold at
the full amount of decree for cash waa
tl.S7t.84. On thirteen pieces there were
bid In advance of the offering amounting
NEW TRIAL ON BOULEVARD
Aaather Heeirlav Graated fcy Jada
Sattea la Csa Afferllna;
Judge Sutton ha set aside the finding
heretofore made In the caae affecting the
special taxes levied for the Burt street
part of the Northwest boulevard system
and has granted a new trial. In Its find
ing, after a long lnveatlgatlon, the court
held the taxea levied were legal and valid
and that the property Involved waa bene
fited to the full amount asaeaeed. Defend
ant, John F. Coad and other, gave no
tice of a motion for a new trial and were
allowed the customary time to file a bill
When the attorney for the plaintiff
ought to prepare the bill ot exception
they found that the stenographer who took
the testimony, Harry Cohn, had tune to
Alaska, and hence they presented to the
court the fact that they could not complete
their MIL On thla ground Judge Button
made the order setting axide the finding
and ordering a new (rial. He aerved no
tice that the caae will be aet for trial at aa
early a data a possible.
Assistant City Attorney Heidnuin was
plainly displeased with th turn llu caae
ha taken and announced hi intention ui
LIS YUmi MTyL FaCY
Bought From Eastern Makers of
Practically Our Own Figure
m S. H. MARKS a CO.,
ALL S. H. M. &. CO'S.
and vercoate MJ
H. M. & CO'S. $15 and $18 $Th9fl
M. & CjV$2) an! $22.53
Men's $3.50 Durable Dressy
ly guaranteed they are wed made of vici kid, velours .calf or patent leathers f -
all in this season's latest and vrry best styles, at
Brandels' Bells. the best, the most durable and the finest fitting shoe that ever sold
in Omaha, at
The Celebrated Florsheim Shoe for Men The best and certainly the most stylish men's
shoe that is manufactured in America today complete lines, at, per "pair
THE BEST BOYS' SHOE.EVEH SOLD AT $1.08 Box calf and vki kid
last 11 Ke iron, made extra strong
anteed solid, at, per pair.
Little boys' and girls' box calf
and vici kid button or f 25
lace shoes, for, pair . ...
at once luvoking the machinery of the
scavenger tax law In the matter. Frank
Ransom, for the defendants, expressed his
entire satisfaction with tho action of Jude
Sutton and said they would be le.uly to
meet any new development as It arose.
REUNION OF DREXEL FAMILY
Gathering- Occasioned by Presence of
A. K. Urexel from I.oa
A. R. Drexel,. formerly of Omaha, but
now of Los Angeles, Cat., is iu th) city frj
a few days' visit with his mother, Mrs.
Frederick Drexel. On Thurs.liy evening a
reunion of the family was held at the home
of Mr. Drexel, 1W South Thirty-ninth
treet, where the several sons residing In
Omaha gathered to make the man from
the co;iiit feel at home. Even County Clerk
Drexel, who Is laid up with a troublesome
swelling of the knee, managed to Join t lie
happy crowd. v
A. R. Drexel Is now connected with Len
hart, the contractor who Is erecting all
the beet sugar factories In Colorado and
other Ktate west, In the capacity of fleM
manager. Mr. Drexel ha just come from
Sterling. Colo., where an Immense beet
ugir factory ha been erected. The Len
hart firm also engage In Irrigation canal
and dam building for the government, and
Mr. Drexel says vast operations are now
under way In this line and other contem
plated. Chamberlain's t'onah tveraedy a Safe
Medicine for Children.
In buying a cough medicine for children,
never be afraid 'o buy Chamberlain's Cougn
Remedy, There is nbVanger from it, and
relief is always sure to follow. It la In
tended especially for coughs, colds, croup
and whooping cough, and I the best medi
cine In the world for these dieseaaea. It
la not only a certain cure for croup, but.
when given aa soon aa the croupy cough
appears, will prevent the attack. Whoop
ing cough is not dangerous when this rem
edy I given aa directed. It contain no
c iiiuni or other harmful drills, and may be
Given as confidently to a baby sVa to so
Entire Surplus Stock of
14 Waverly Place,
From the Wholesale Clothing Men
Stock, worth J3 50 and Hit I U
OF MONEY SAVING
SKoes st $2.50 - Every pair of
ry Dest styles,
for rough and tumble wear every
Shoe Salo in Basement.
Men's patent leather shoes
men's vici kid shoes, 5J
men's box calf shoes. . . 1
per pair ....
ONE tOP ARRESIS ANOTHER
New Policeman Hooks Onto Older Associate
in Plain Cloibes.
FOLLOWS OUT DETAILED DESCRIPTION
Job la Pat In by Officer at
Police Matlou. Wbo Are
ow Jvklngr Palrol
The strange circumstance of a policeman
trying to arrest one of his associates on
the force occurred Friday morning. Th
t Incident does not seprn so strange after all'
nen me racts or the case are known.
In the Information book at the police
station appears the photograph and de
scription or a man s:iid to be wanted at
Hunnlbul. Mo., for horso stealing. The
A baby who frets, worries, or
cries, or sleeps poorly is prob
ably poorly nourished, Unless
there in actual disease. MsUin's
Food provides plenty of good nourish
ment ; easily digestible, and does sway
with all fretting and crying. Try Mat
lia's Feed i we will scad you a sample.
Hellla's Feed , tk. ggLT lafaat
feed, which received the Cr.ad Frlia,
the hihM award ef the LeaUlaaa Far
chase Espesitlea. St. Levis, ISC4. Blh
r thaa a aeU auaal.
MF'L1N 3 FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS,
World - Wide Reputation
Drandeis Secured at an Absurd Bargain All
the Samples and Surplus Stock of
198-183-200 GREENE STREET, HEW YORK
One Lot of 300 Boys' $ 1 C
lnnn Flnnln Ollifn II vr
ivubb rdiito ouuo
from Sivin Bros. Stock
Ages 3 to 15-worth $2.50 and $3
One Lot of 100
and Boys Knee Pants Suits all th
latest and most up-to-date styles in
Boys' Clothing, worth up to 6 , at. . . .
Boys' and Young Men's
Long Pants Suits
A splendid variety of new styles, worth
up to $7.50: also Boys' and Young Men's
Belted Overcouts, good winter weight,
worth up to $8.50, at
IN SHOE DEPT.
these shoes is positive T)50
shoes for boys, that
pair guar- i AQ
man is said to be Black Jack, alias Jack
Shepherd, alias Dick Turpln. a reward of
1100 la mentioned In the information. It la
customary for the patrolmen to scan this
book from day to day bo as to be familiar
with the descriptions of fugitives from
Officer Collins, one of the new patrolme
on the police force, took particular pains
to Impress on his mind the description of
the man in question. While patrollng his
beat Friday morning Collins believed he
had hla man and the 1100 reward offered.
The aiipposed fugitive was stopped by Pa
trolman Collins and Informed he was un
der arrest for horse stealing In Missouri.
Collins could fee! the hundred plunks in
his pocket already.
Ko Ise to Resist.
Come wld me; there's no use trying to
resist. I'll give you one serosa the noodle
with me club if you open your head or
make any false motions," was the warning
Collins gave the fugitive.
The patrol wugon waa called to Sixteenth
and Chicago streets for the fugitive. When
the wagon arrived the Joke was on Collins.
The facta are tho information in the big
book at the station was got up for s Joke,
which wae carried further than any one
had thought of. The photograph with the
description so carefully remembered by
Patrolman CnlKns was that of Patrolman
Jack Bhepherd. a member of the force.
When accosted by Collins, Shepherd waa
around town In plain clothea, and not being
personally acquainted with - Collins was,
quite naturally, picked up for the supposed
While the "Joke" may be on Collins cer
tain older offlclala have been heard to re
mark the new man has set a fine example
which some of his associates might profit
FORMAL CHARGE ON CROWE
formation Filed Aeenslna Patrick
. of HobhlasT Cndaliy of Twenty
Fl Thousand Pol la re.
County Attorney Blahaugli ha filed In
the district crurt til formal Information
against Patrick Crvwe on the charge of
Brandeis' Special Uat in all the
shapes for this season blacks
able shades the very best hat
Men's Stiff Hats and Soft Hats
fj I Or a f. turlk Can 44 ICa Mas I I
shapes, Omaha's greatest 50 50 $X
The Famous John B. Stetson Hats, at 3.49
Heavy Winter Caps for men and boys, each . . 50c
Men's Tine All Wool Winter 7Cr $l f 25 i5D
Caps pull down bands, at. IwC' "1
Special sale of men's negligee sliirts, on CAn
bargain square, at, each J"w
having robbed Edwsrd Cudahy of the sum
of 28,0O in gold by putting him In fear
of his life. The date when Mr. Cudahy is
alleged to have left the bag of gold at
the end of the robber's rainbow, December
19. 1S00. is given as the date of tho robbery.
There are two counts in the Information,
covering tne same crime, Identical with the
wording of the complaint filed In the county
court when Crowe was bound over. Blxty
three name are endorsed on the Informa
tion, but several are duplicates, and other
are put on to be used only in cuau they
MURDER CRIESJJRAW CROWD
Frantic Yell of Frightened Folk At
tracts Neighbor to Cnrb
The cry of "murder" coming from the
home of Antou Pesenger, 473S North For
tieth treet, brought out many of the resi
dent In that part of town at an early
hour Friday morning. Pesenger was ar
te. ed by Special Officer Morris anil ch irged
at the city Jail with abusing his family.
The story told by the arresting officer
and neighbors Is thst Pesenger became an
gered because his wife would not get up
and stsrt th fire. It Is reported Pesenger
chased his wife and five children out of
the house, made a lunge at his wife with a
poker, but missed his sim, and then broke
every window light In the house with the
poker. The family ran, scantily clad, to
neighbors for protection. The trouble oc
curred before daylight Friday.
SAD SEQUEL OF ACCIDENT
loax Falls Girl Prostrated at lrath
of Flaaco at Harden
a lanairh from Hloux Fall sounds s sad
e. ho of the recent fatal accident on the
new Hayden bulldlr.g, when two struc
tural Iron worker lost their lives. M!sj
Mary U. Rnng of 8U -x Fall had all prep
aration mad for her wedding, having
Vf;. . Y
KNEE PANTS, fron Slvb
9. Pa tunrlk CO( And ICa Ml
in Men's Hats
leading stiiT and soft
and the correct fashion
for men in Omaha, at
The very latest
gone ahead without knowing until within
a day or two that her affianced husband.
Alva Lumpkin, was killed in Omaha on
November C. Recently she had beard ru
mors to that effect, but was unable to
confirm them until Thursday.
The Sioux Falls dispatch says that Miss
r.ong. who is prostrated ss the result of
the confirmation of the rumor that It was
her sweetheart who was killed, for some
time has been employed in the factory of
the Manchester Illacult company In that
city, llerxelf and Lumpkin were to have
been married on Wednesday of next week.
Personally called to Omaha ''Paxton
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dav, Novt mlir 7tii, day and evening. All
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