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TIIK OMAHA DA1IA BEE: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 26,
lt Nov. U.
Now located In Ihe now
retail confer, Howard
With our increased facilities for taking rare of our cus
tomers' needs, we are going to try and inali'p this the best Tranks
giving week in the history of our store. It will pay to come often,
for there is hardly a day passes but some new goods are opened and shown for the first time.
If you wi.h to meet your friends at this store or if you are tired and wish to rest, we have pleasant
waiting and rest rooms on the third floor in charge of a competent maid. It is fitted with easy
chairs, writing desks ami free telephone. It is for vour convenience.
Robe Blankets on Third Floor.
If yon contemplate making a hath or
lounging robe (which you know In such
Hit easy thine to make) lw mire to ire u.
Wn are headquarters for robe blanket.
Never before have we or any other house
In the city shown such a great variety
of these handsome blanket. Our Im
mense Stock makes -choosing easy. You
run net anv rolor or combination that la
produced tn Robe Blnnketa, and get them
nt surprlslnf-ly low price. Hundreds to
select from at 75c. Il.no. fl.7.1. J:'no. fc.'j,
fl'Sn. -'.7S. $3.i. U.50 14.00 $1.30 $0.50 pi.Hl
each. Cord and tardea to match at
per art of three pieces.
Pine Showing of "Princess"
and "Opera" Broadcloths.
Remember "please, these two numbers
lire sold exclusively by us In Omaha.
You cannot match tlwse two numbers
elsewhere for at least a third more.
Particularly noted for their beautiful fin
ish and fine, close texture. "Princes",
.; "Opera ', $1.S0 a yard.
Have your corsets fitted In our enry
fitting; rooms. Expert corset fitter In at
tendance to show you how the corset
Hhnuld be worn. Waists are growing
smaller and hips are made as slender and
Ion a possible. We keep the front very
straight, and In most cases a customer,
after having her corset put on In the
right fashion flnda to her delight she
really haa a good figure. We are verj
careful about nttlngs and have rompara
tively few alterations, owing to the very
complete atock we carry. Satisfied cus
tomer and the growing favor for having
,rorsota fitted by our fitter must be the
reason for our corset success. You know
how It Is, you like to spend as little time
as possible over these things, and having
corsets fitted stop that endless changing
for another tyle. Prices of those We fit
start at $2. jo to 120.00 each. ,
There should be no occasion for look
ing further, as we leave no effort undone
to supply everv needful and proper under
garment worn by men. All weights, ma
te"rlal. qualities one piece or two.
SPECIAL. VALtE-Men's fine natural
wool underwear, good winter weight, ex
tra, well made, equal to a great many
11.25 garment. Price, H.00 per garment.
It Is our aim to have our hosiery line
represent the choicest product Ion In fan
cies and the best values In staples, from
high grade to low. Our offerings at all
times will be worthy of attention.
SPECIAL VALUE Tine combed seam
less cotton half hose, colors, blue, tan and
gray, all sizes from ti to 11'4. 15c a pair,
or 2 pairs for 2.V. For display of hosiery
advertised, see Howard street window.
An Up-to-date Cloak "Business
Like ours, selling as we do each year
thousands upon thousands of ready-to-wear
clothing for women requires an amount of
attention to details ladles can hardly real
ize. To place before our customers ne-w
goods nearly every day mearis something.
If we bought our cloaks like o many store,
In Job lots, the problem would Iw easy.
With us every separate garment Is se
lected with some particular merit, conse
quently ladles will find our goods always
new, always fresh and always up-to-date.
Everything has a. wholesome and healthy
look at Thompson, Beldcn & Co's. new
store. Rich and elegant velvet suit.
Afternoon suits of silk and moire velour
at specjal prices.
Late novelties in cloth suits.
New coats In velvet, high class novelties.
Choice styles In separate skirts.
Petticoats of silk. moren, brllllantlne,
-Ueen and other desirable fabrics.
Choice furs to suit all tastes and pocket
book. Silk kimonos, bath robes, tea gowns, out
ing flannel kimonos.
Our neckwear case Is hard to pass with
out stopping and admiring. The women
appreclato the styles and work, for they
are new, dainty and carefully made.
Many new one here for this Thanksgiving
Embroidered top collar and cuffs. 50c
Embroidered top collars, Ijo, 'c and
- 811k stocks In black, red and navy, joc
Take apart stocks, 50c and 75c each.
Wash stocks, 5(c, 75c and. 11.00 each.
Domestic Department. .
'Temporarily located on third floor. It
will certainly pay you to visit the third
floor, as we are making special price on
many goods, but we cannot mention them
These specials for Monday:
Sllkoline, 36 Inches wide, choice styles In
regular lc quality, at 5c per yard,
Unbleached Canton flannel, our tegular
price 6'ic, Monday at 3c yard,
M Inches wide percales In choice styles.
dark blue. cadet blue, brown, black
around, fine quality, extra value, at 10c
28 Inches wide percales In choice dark
styles, at 7c per yard
Tailor broadcloth, made of cotton, but
In appearance Just like the expensive wool
broadcloth. Regular price 30c per yard
Monday's price 15c yard.
Flannelettes, 27 Inches wide, choice styles
Including many Persians, regular 10c
qunllty, at 5c per yard.
Outing flannel special at 6c and SCpcr
yard. Good serviceable qualities, ordinarily
sold for 8c to 10c per yard. Styles In light
Blankets and Comforters.
If you but take the elevator to the third
floor, you'll see the finest line of bed
blankets you ever saw. No trashy shoddy
good here, reliable blankets only. You.
don't have to be a Judge of blankets to
buy good blankets here.
8t. Mnry' Rlankets. r
Oregon. Blankets. ,
Amana Rlankets. -
North Star Blankets. .
New Bremen Blankets.
Comforter with either cotton, wool or
down nillng. Cotton at 11.00, $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75. $2.00. $2.25. $2.50. $.1.00, $3.50 each.
Wool, at $3.00, $1.00, $3.00, Ift.flO each. Down,
at $4.35.' $5 00, $6.00, $7.W, $10.00, $12.50, $11.00,
$17.50, $20.00 each.
' Art Department.
Our Miss Steenstrup gives free Instruc
tions in art needlework, yarn and ciiochet
work each afternoon from 2 until B o'clock.
She Is an able Instructor and all Inter
ested should avnil themselves of this op
SENATOR BURTON CONVICTED
Jury Eetirni Verdict of Guilty oo All Six
Counts in Indictments,
COUNSEL WILL FILE BILL OF EXCEPTIONS
Defendant Ordered to Re 11 ConM
.Monday Mornlna- at 1 Cl'rloek,
When an Appeal Will
Re Asked Far.
ST. LOII8, Mo.. Nov. 26. Senator U. R.
Burton of Kansas was tonight found guilty
on all six counts In the Indictment upon
which he haj been on trial for the last
week In the United States rlrcult court
charging hhn with having agreed to ac
cept and having accepted compensation
from the Hfalto Grain and Securities com
pany of St. Louis, to apprar for the com
pany In the capacity of an attorney be
fore the POstoffice .department.
The verdict Was brought In at 12:50
o'clock, two hours and twenty-five min
utes after the Jury had received the cae.
Senator Burton was ordered to appear. In
court at 10 o'clock Monday morning when,
hi counsel announced, a bill of exception
would be presented and an appeal asknd
for. Court then adjourned.
From the time the Jury went out Burton
was pacing the court room with long, even
At 12:40 there was a summons from the
Inside of the room in which the Jury had
been confined considering It verdict. The
marshal, upon being Informed that an
agreement had been reached, notified
Judge Van Devanter. Senator Burton took
his accustomed seat at the tablo with hi
counsel. His features were set, but they
expressed no' visible sign of emotion from
the time the Jury entered the- room until
the verdict had been read.
His facial expression did not change dur-.
Ing the reading of the verdict ami the
Separate answers by the Jury of "Guilty"
to each count.
Senator Burton, accompanied by his coun-
I sel, descended by. the elevator to the
ground floor and together they departed
for hi hotel. The senator wa permitted
by the marshal to have hi freedom oi. the.
promise of his counsel to produce him In
court at 10 o'clock next Monday morning.
Case Goes the Jury.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 2B. The case of
United Btate Senator J. Ralph Burton of
Kansas, charged with violating a federal
statute by appearing as a paid attorney
before the Postofllce department to pre
vent the Issue of a fraud order against
the Riattu drain and Securities company
of St. Louis, was given to the Jury at 10:5
tonight In the United States circuit court.
For the first time during either thla or
He declared that he knew Sensorial well,
having Wotk'd with him for over a year.
He said he knew no reason why the at
tack should have been made.
ANNUAL HOLDUP UNDER WAY
World-Herald Mends Threatening
Letter to walonn Men by
A circular letter, signed by "The World
Herskl," and printed tn Imitation of type
writer, ws sent out by registered mall to
the Omaha saloonkeepers yesterday, noti
fying them that if they did not publish
notice of their application for liquor li
cense In the World-Herald they would be
proHovuted. To support the threat ex
pressed In the body of the letter the cir
cular siys the World-Herald has employed
"E. W. Slmeral. attorney at law," who
will attend to punishing any saloon man
who does not comply with the request and
pay t lie World-Herald Its fee for publish
ing the license.
Accompanying the circular la what pur
ports to be a comparative statement of the
circulation of The Bee and the World
Herald. This I set forth In general term,
and gives figures showing that the circula
tion of the World-Herald Is much greater
than that of The Pee. It does not give ,
the circulation of either paper In Douglas t
county, and Is not sworn to by anybody.
It Is merely part of the bluff the World
Herald Is working to hold up the saloon
men who will allow themselves to be
frightened by the threat of prosecution by
"E. W. Slmeral, attorney at taw."
The law requires that notice of applica
tion for liquor license shall be published
In the paper having the largest circula
tion In the county in which such applica
tion ha been mude. This paper Is The
Evening Bee, and has been for years.
All clahns by the World-Herald to the
contrary are merely for the purpose of
holding up the saloon men.
the former trial of Senator Burton on the
She also Instructs in the new ! same charge, a night session of court was
and Hardanger work. held. Arguments by counsel occupied both
Ait department located on second floor. I tho morning and afternoon, and n Judge
Oet ready for the Holidays. Secure your j VanDevanter. waa anxious to end tho case
materials here we will help the planning. , thl week, he announced that he would
New pillow tops, new pin cushion forms, : charge the Jury tonight. It was intended
new cords, pew stamping designs. We do . to convene court at $ p. m., but It w
.Howard and Sixteenth Streets
MUTINY ON THE ELACK SEA
Sailors of Fleet and Garrison of Sabai'opol
in Open Eerolu
REVOLUTIONISTS CONTROL THE CITY
Vlco Admiral Plsnrrvakl Seri
ously Wounded While Attempt
ing to Prevent a
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. 26. That the
outbreak at Sebastopol Is no drunken frolic,
a waa the case at Cronstadt, but a erl
ouly planned revolutionary demonstration,
i niado clear by the tpne of an official
statement Issued by tho Admiralty tonight
declaring that the sailors and several unit
of troop were acting under the direct In
fluence of the socialistic propaganda. The
The event at Cronatadt have found echo
In the Black sea fleet. Vce Admiral Chouk
nln reports that allor. under the Influence
of the socialist proiaganda, have organised
at Sevastopol a series of demonstrations.
The movement has spread to evera! or
ganisation of the army. Vice Admiral
Pisarevski waa seriously wounded while
trying to prevent a meeting being held.
The situation Is serious, though according
to a report received at 6:28 o'clock this
evening no attempt had been made to pil
lage. Alarsa la It. PetersaarsT.
In view ot the alarming new received
today of a mutiny at Sebastopol the pro
ceeding of tho semslvo congress at Mos
cow and other developments in the Rus
Hlun(sltuattun paled Into Insignltlrance. The
formidable revolt. In which sailors of the
fleet, shore equipage and Infantry garri
sons are participating, appear at the pres
ent to be beyond the power of Vice Ad
miral Chouknln, commander of the Black
sea fleet, to control, as the dispatches any
nothing of counter measures being taken
or of the attitude of the other regiment of
the regular garrison.
The mutineers and rlotou strikers are
parading the city with red flags without In
terference, and It may bs possible, a was
the case at Odessa, that the guns of the
battleship Pateleimon (formerly the Kfilas
Potcmklne) and other vessels of the Euxlne
fleet dominate the situation-and prevent
aetlve measures being taken to quell the
mutiny even If Vice Admiral Chouknln ha
sufficient loyal troops at his disposal.
Motlnr on Bis: "rale.
Officers of the Admiralty hope that the
mutiny may end like that at Cronstadt
when the sailor, after a night of drunken
revelry and disturbance, returned to duty.
for the most part without compulsion. But
the Sebastopol outbreak seem to be on a
different scale. Tho dispatches say nothing
as to the reason for the mutiny or of the
demand of the mutineer and no detail
are obtainable at the Admiralty, though
(he conjecture I advanced that deman.ia
for better food and the release of reservist
might partly be responsible for It. The
luck of good officers Is frankly given by one
c.f the highest ofllclals of the naval BtafT is
the principal and underlying reason for the
conditions In the Euxlne fleet. As at Cron
stadt practically all the good officers were
drafted forervlce with the fleets In the far WOMAN KILLED IN AUTO WRECK
east auring tne war ana tne force or corn-
harofr against the cruelly and violence of
the Cossucks, who are charged with as
saulting women. The provincial prisons
aro full of arrested peasant
typo of our
Try it is yauf fcrit sslxj
AT ALL 00C4
missioned officers at) Sebastopol Is now
only about ono officer to over 400 men, and
snany of these are utterly incapable. The
revolt of the Brest regiment Is one of the
most serious features of the situation. It Is
the first time an Infantry regiment as a
whole has mutinied, and the question on
the lips of every one In the capital is how
long It will bo before It Is followed by
others, perhaps, even the St. Petersburg
Special l.ans Denounced.
The League of Leagues has adopted an
other set of resolution, demanding the
complete obliteration of all speolal laws and
concluding with a demand for the abolition
of the Schlusselburg fortress as a political
The radical papers are pursuing the same
plan that they did In the caiie of General
Trepoff. the former assistant minister of
the Interlornd have now opened a rCgular
campaign against M. Durnovo, minister of
the Interior, accusing him of being the
enemy of the constitution and the sup
porter of reaction. They also Join in a gen
eral demand for the Immediate trial of the
governor and other officials thus far re
moved, making a special point against M
Neldhardt, the former prefect of Odessa,
who Is called the "Russian Nero" and who.
lthough removed from the prefecture, re
mains In the ministry of the Interior. "All
the military set rap must be brought to
Justice" I the cry of the radical papers.
The new appointments. Buron von Nolken
and M. Rheinbot. to be acting governors
respectively of Tomsk and Kazan, are
likely to draw their broadsides, Nolken be
ing the deposed chief of police of Warsaw,
till limping from the effects of the ex
plosion of a bomb thrown at him, and
Rheinbot, being the former governor of the
province of Nyland, Finland, who threw
the capital Into a fever of excitement some
time ago by sending a dispatch announcing
that a St. Bartholomew's night was to take
place at Helslngfors, the chief town of
Nyland, for which he wa removed from
The approval of these appointments are
charged to M. Purnovo, minister of the In
terlor. and not to Premier Wltte. The fact
1 that under the present condition the
governmenj Is embarrassed by the paucity
of material to fill responsibility posts, and
it is largely a choice between men practi
cally all of whom have done something to
arouse popular resentment.
A popular address is being prepared
tending the thanks of the country to Count
Wltte for his services at Portsmouth and
for hi present endeavors to pacify and re
Troops Ordered to Sebastopol.
ODESSA, Nov. 25.-S: p. m Troops
have been sent from here to quell the dis
orders at Sebastopol, which are reported
to be Increasing. The mutineers have sent
the chief admiral a black coffin and have
demanded that he leave the town Imme
diately. Railway traffic with Sebastopol Is
Interrupted. The wounds of Admiral Pisa
revskl. who n shot by the mutinous
sailor, are serloua.
Itoalcs Coll for Cossacks.
NOVOCHERKASSK, Russia, Nov. 26.-
Ths nobility of this province have urgently
requested the dispatch to Novocherkassk
of four regiment of Cossacks to protect
their estates against the peasantry.
EKATERINOSLAV. Russia. Nov. 3.
Offlcer of the local regiments have chal
lenged an editor who criticised their con
duct during the massacres.
.WARSAW, Nov. The governor gen
eral has Instructed tho provincial govern
ment to Immediately collect the flue Im
posed on Jew for evading military service.
ARATOFF. Russia. Nov. 3.-The local
emstvo Is protesting to Governor Sag-
r.ot until after 10 o'clock that Judge Van
Devanter appeared in the court room.
There had been a consultation, however,
between the government attorneys, counsel
for the defense and Judge VanDevanter
relative to the lnstruftlons the prosecution
and the attorneys for Senator Burton
wished given to the Jury, and the court
had prepared his charge in writing.
He commenced reading at 10:10 o'clock.
In a distinct voice that was clearly audi
ble in all part of thepourt room. Reading
alowly and carefulivAn? had completed that
part referring to tilt-' ,V'
lliliony Wid how It
should be considered by. the Jury In twenty
minute. Five minutes later tht Jury hud
left the room and was considering the ver
PROTEST AGAINST REED SMOOT
Woman's Congregation Will Present a
Petition to Senate t'ontalnlna;
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 25.-A meeting of
the executive committee of the National
League of Women's organizations, formed
two year ago to oppose the continuance
in the Utilted States senate of Senator
Reed Smoot of Utah was held here today.
Women from all sections of tho country
were present. It was announced that a
petition would be presented to the senate
asking (or the exclusion of Mr. Smoot on
the ground that "he la a member ot a
hierarchy whose president and a majority
of the member practice and . teach po
lygamy." The memorial will state that "Mr. Smoot
has never raised his voice against these
doctrines and the Mormon hierarchy ha
broken (he covenant which It gave to the
United State when statehood Was granted."
The petition has been signed by nearly
1,000,000 women and will be presented by
a senator from each state. A letter was
read at today's meeting from the Women'
American club of Salt Lake City, thank
ing the league and the National Concres
of Mothers for their anti-Mormon cam
paign. A convention of all the president
of all the women's organization through
out the country will be held In thla city
on December 9.
FAREWELL SAID TO BODWELL
Hcecption Tendered Him
Teachers of Omaha
Donalaa t'onnty. ,
Superintendent Bodwell, who will leme
lu the near future to become the head of
the Norfolk, Neb., schools, was given a
farewell reception last evening by the
Mrs. Francis Barton Harrison Has
Meek Broken In Mishap Near
NEW YORK. Nov. 25,-Mrs. Francis 6ur-
ton Harrison, wife of former Congressman
Francis Burton Harrison of New Tork, was
killed today by the overturning of an auto
mobile In which Hhe was riding with a
party of friends from Ban Francisco. Tho
car was running down a steep hill In I-ong
Island City , when a break In tho steering
gear caused the accident.
Mr. and Mrs. taurence Scott of Ban
Francisco and Charles T. Crocker, also of
Ban Francisco, a Yale student and brother
of Mrs. Harrison, were Injured,. Mr. Scott
suffered a fractured rib and is In a serious
condition, his wife was rendered uncon
scious, but later wag revived. Mr. Crocker
was bruised and the chauffeur slightly hurt
Mr. Harrison s neck was broken.
Mrs. Harrison was Miss Mary Crocker.
daughter of the late Charles F. Crocker
of Sun Francisco. She was one of three
children, who divided the fortune of be
tween I12.0ii0.0oo and H5,0iB.0u0 left by her
father. Herhusband. Francis Burton Har
rison. 1 the aon of Mra Burton N. Harri
son, the novelist and Burton Harrison, who
wa secretary to Jefferson Davis during
the civil war. Mr. Scott Is a son of the
late Irving M. Scott, the San Francisco
Mr. und Mrs. Harrison were married 111
1900. At the last gubernatorial election In
New York Mr. Harrison was u candidate
for the office of lieutenant governor.
Mr. and Mr. Scott have been stopping
at the Arlington hotel. Mr. Crocker left
New Haven yesterday to come to New York
for the automobile party.
One of the Important points brought out county teacher. The assembly room on
In Judge Van Dwanter's charge was that the top floor of the city hall was tastefully
the question of (he Jurisdiction ef this court arranged and decorated, music being fur
relatlVe to the agreement between Senator nished by the Omaha Juvenile orchestra.
Burton and the representative of the Rlalto , Superintendent and Mrs. Davidson and Mr.
company, Mr. Marian, wntcn tne aeiense .nd Mrs. waterhouse of Omaha, and sup-
contended was made in Illinois, was left to
the Jury to decide.
. Charge of the Judge.
Judge Van Devanter' Instructions to the
Jury,. In part, follows:
' Gentlemen of the Jury: The court fully
erlntendent and Mrs. Clifford of Council
Bluff were visitors beside many of the
city teachers who were' formerly employed
on the county force. The reception com
mittee, which consleted of Misses Nellie
Back. Susan DeGratt and Agnes McElroy,
appreciates the close attention wnlcli vou and Messrs. Charles Sharp and F. K. Men
have ho patiently given to the Intruduc- dPnhall, managed the occasion In an enjoy,
tlon of evidence and to. the arguments "'""" " . a
of counsel and congratulates you tnat the able manner. A beautiful chair of oak and
arguments have been so superior, so com- leather wa presented by Miss Agnes Mc
plete and so enlightening that their effect Kay of pndee as a testlmonal of the es-
cannot be otherwise than, to shorten and . , . , . T1 . . ,, . . . . ..
lessen your labor In considering and weigh- teem In which Mr. Bodwell has been hold
ing the evidence. In extracting the truth by his subordinates, and many regrets will
from It and In reaching a verdict upon the
ultimate question of the defendant s guilt
The case 1 of great importance to the
defendant, because It Involves, hi reputa
tion and his fidelity as public servant,
it 1 of like Importance to the 'Public, be
cause It Involves the right of the govern
ment to inquire Wietlier one occupying
high official station has departed turn the
lines of fidelity and violated a statute In
tended to promote and secure independent,
efficient and Just action In the executive
follow hi departure from hi present field.
FARMER IS TOJJCHED FOR ROLL
Two Men' Whom He Had (ilveti a
Ride tio Through His
James Beckman. a farmer living four
utiles north of Florence, was robbed lust
departments, and. If he has, to Impose night In Miller park. He lost $43. Yesterday
morning he took a wagon load of hogs to
the punishment provided by law.
Lpon finding a verdict of guilty or not
guiay your duty Is at an end. The re
sponsibility of tlxlng the punishment. If
there be a verdict of guilty, rests upon the
RUSSIAN JEWS MAY EMIGRATE
Simon Wolf Kxpeet Many to Come
to America Folloniog He
WASHINGTON, Nov. 25.-Slinon Wolf of
till city, former president of the national
organization of the B'nal B'rith and a
leading member of the executive committee
of Hiat association, declared in an address
last night that he feared the recent atroci
ties In Russia wilt bring another exodus
of Jews to this country. The address was
delivered at sacred services which Were
held In the Washington Hebrew congrega
tion in commemoration of the S60th anni
versary of the coming of the first Jews to
America. The meeting was attended by
leading members of the race in this city.
GARDEN PARTY FOR MARQUIS
Japanese Representative Ulvea Party
la Honor of Conclusion of
SKOUL. Nov. . Marquis Ito was given
a garden party In celebration of the Ja.
panese-Corean protectorate treaties, A
garden on the hill at the Japanese con
cession wa specially extended for t,he
occasion, where Marquia Tlo wa received
by the diplomatlo corps at Seoul. Japanese
and Corean high officials, leading foreign
ers, residents and leading Japanese and
Corean of 6eoul and Chemulpo.
It I reported that Marquia Ito will leave
Seoul within a few day.
FIGHT AMONG ITALIANS
Two Section Hand Killed and Two
Wounded hr Visitor Wear
CHICAGO, Nov. 21-Two Italian rectlon
hands wure killed and two other mortally
wounded today by three other Italians,
who entered a freight car at Wlnthrop
Harbor, forty-five mile north of the city,
and fired at them repeatedly. No cause
for the attack is known. The killed:
All of the men were members of a con
struction gang that had been working for
the Chicago & Northwestern railroad and
for a number of days had pitched their
camp near Wlnthrop Harbor. They drew
their monthly pay a few days ago, and It
is thought possibly by the polite 'hat the
reason for the attack may have leen rob
bery. If It was, the murderer ;ld with
out securing any of the money possessed
by the men who were shot. The two
wound men we're unconscious until this
afternoon, but neither would talk or
give the police any clue to the murders
after they were revived. Glnvosia In
formed the police that the shooting was
done by an Italian named Pilo Setisorla,
who, in company with two other men.
came to their freight car during the night,
South Omaha. When he was on hi way
home he was accosted "by two men, who
asked him to give them a ride. This he did
willingly. When he reached Miller park
the strangers, who had become friendly
and so found that he had money with him,
while engaged In talking went through bis
pockets. Soon after the men left him he
discovered the loss of his money. The only
description Beckman could give of the
men was that they were 30 or 35 years old.
Johnson Bros.' Tranter Co. Announce
That a petition In Involuntary bankruptcy
was filed November IS. The business will
lie conducted as heretofore with Mr. J. L.
Baker receiver and John A. Johnson man
ager. Mr. Johnson desires to thank his
patrons for their loyalty and support at
Roasting Pans Double pelf-basting, all maniel,
gua ran trod ten years
Food Choppers (Jennine I'ni
versal; chops every- O C
thing; up from O JC
Carvers (5 unra nt eetl keen-edge
steel earvers.up A A
from I. UU
Silverware, Silver plated knives
forks ami spoons, set tZf
up from,..-. .avfJv
Chafing Dishes Handsome niekle-plated, up from $3.75
Pudding Moulds, Steamers, Fancy Moulds and Forms.
MILTON ROGERS & SONS CO.
I4tli and Farnam Streets.
rOPI FY JEWELER
SI. $2, $5. $10 or $20
added to your bank account. This frequently hap
pen by buying from Copley. Mnne saved by
getting lower prices Is money ridritd to your bank
account. Take ten minutes next time you want
a Watch. lUaniond. Silverware or a piece i f
Jewelry and UKT COPLKY 9 THICK. You are
always welcome. OET COFl.KY S PKICK.
The Man's True- Spaolallft
Doctors for Men
II El II I "J V J
The State Medical Institute (
established for the benefit of uf
ferlng meu; for the purpoe of
curing the terrible diseases and
weaknesses ' that destroy men's
nental and physical power, mak
ing them unfit for work, business.
study or marriage, depriving .them
ninnd I'oison "f Hie social duties and pleasures
ci.ui. Il'e. as well a marital happl-
(ftypiuiis;, m(s ,f you w,Hh t0 b(, Hnvfd an(j
Rupture. restored to perfect health- and
Nervoug strength, with mental and physl-
Itehillrv cli' lowers complete, come to the
w ' men's true specialist, und learn
vnur true condition.
.nMse'ase1. VJd'-XnJ ClNSULTATION FREE ST'm. VoT'p!
MEN due to evil odiio ..-..
abuse., excesses tor the result of neg
lected. unskilled or '-"Pf '"J1"
mem vl opecino ui Wi-v
1SOS Farnam St., Between
m. Sundays, 10 to 1 only. If you
cannot call, write for symptom ,
ltu and Hth ., Omaha, Keh.
ADMITS GOODS ARE STOLEN
Proceeds of Kobbery Commuted
Ensineera In Session.
Oeorge Vroman of North Platte, chairman
of the grievance committee of the Hroiher
hood of Locomotive Kngineer. of the I'nion
Pacific system, is at the Arcade hotel. The
enure committee. consUilug of ten men
besides the chulrman. I alno tiiere. It
will hold busiite aevrions lu the parlor
during the coming weoa, .
to saucer of
and you hive a
Commercial College Wlsi,
The Omaha Commercial college defeated
the students of the I leaf and liuiub Insti
tute Saturday afternoon at the grounds
of the latter, 3S to . The Commercials
had a game scheduled with the second
Nebraxka team, but Coach llootli saw ft I
to call the game off. which left the date
blank, and the deaf and dumb boys were
taken on to keen the l ommercluls in prac
tice for the lioane game to be played
Thankxglvliig day at Vinton street park
Doane was able to score on Nebraska yes
terday and Is looked upon as a very formid
able opponent for the Commercials, yet
the latter nuve neen practicing an season
with the game in view, having taken it oft
the hands of the Crelghton team when the
Willi tho arrest of Harry Edward,
giving his address as 8alt Lake City, and
his roommate, whose name Is H. li. Jen
kins of Norfolk, Va., the police think they
have rounded up another gang of criminals
who have been guilty of numerous bur
glaries in this city and surrounding towns.
Last night Jenkins was dutcclea trying
to dispose of an overcoat. Ho was taken
In hand by Detective Ferris and Uunn
and questioned closejy. His answer were
such as to make the officers suspect mat
lie had more knowledge than, he cared to
express of other missing property. At last
they compelled him to take tnem to nia
room, whero they found over 1j0 worth
of articles, most of which were described
In the lists of stolen property kept at tho
All of this property Jenkins hum be
longed to Edwards, his roommate, whom
he declared had moved In with him yes
terday morning. Tho property consisted or
ome shotgun, sporting goods, clothing,
silverware and numerous other articles.
The detectives waited until Edwards came
In und then placed both under arrest. At
the Jail Edwards is said to have confessed
to the taking ot the property lust Thurs
day night at Columbus, Neb., where he
robbed the Adams Express company. He
brought the stuff with him to Onuhi lust
Jenkins appears to be little implicated
hi the matter. No charges were placed
opposite hla nunie on the Jail record. He
will be held as a witness in the case. Ho
says he never saw Edward until a few
WITNESSES WERE WARNED
against the members of the defunct Ne
braska Grain Dealers' association end Its
colleagues for violation of the Interstate
commerce and Sherman anti-trust laws, to
be presented at the next term of the federal
B. . May of Fremont is at the Henshaw.'
O. J. Mileolm of Nome. Alaska, Is regis
tered at the 1'itxlon. '
7.. H. Newell ot Lincoln and J. Hlrscll
of Springfield are at the Millard.
Amos Qulnn of O'Neill ami T. E. Thomp
son of Hooper are at the Arcade.
Coach Booth of the I'nlverslty of Ne
brHHka foot ball team wus an tier Grand
guru' last night.
At the Her Grand: F. P. Neal, Uncoil!
C. W. Rhhkley ami wife, Geneva; T. K.
Cutter, Lincoln; C D. Evans, Columbus.
It Is expected that 'Buffalo Dill" Codv
will arrive In Omaha, today from an ex
tended European tour with his Wild West
H. K. Gerecke of Norfolk. J. W. Dalson
of Cedar Kaplds. B. Hooper of Cameron
und H. M. liowers of Grand island are at
At the Merchants: C. E. Adams. North
Platte; C. H. Shields. Genoa; Jacob Glfflu
and wife and Mr. W. II. Olffln, Gothen
burg; C. P. Ross, North Platte.
n. H. Kegole of Beatrice. Miss I. Seeley
of Palmer. Mrs. C. o. Broom and son and
Grace Clark of Papllllon, Mary Howard or
Columbus, T. E. Eaton of Grand Islund
and A. J. Patterson of Bellevue are at the
LIFE SAVED BY
FAMOUS PILE CURE
Hell Known Itt'siuYiit of Molim', 111.,
Kcscucd from Dcatli by the
the tirand Jury Did
Take IP f" Hrain Trust
It Is u generally uccepted fact about
the federal building that the apparent
To Anoue Mendlna Name and Address
a Free Trial Treatment Will He
sent to Prove the Train
of Its I. real Power.
By evry mull we get hundreds of letters
"I will say that two prominent pliy
ii ians of our city dedured that unless 1
underwent an operation, and that very
S'om. 1 was In danger of death. I saw your
ad in a newspaper und at once sent fur a
sample which I leceived very promptly. I
want to Kit yuu that It was the first thing
William Pugh, Fortieth and Poppleton
avenue, died yesterday of pneumonia, aged
ti years. Hi brother will accompany the
body to Wales, Wis., for burial.
The Convent of the Good Shepherd will
hold a sale of needlework and fancy work
articles, beginning Dcenil-r 1. with tho
hope to supply work fir Christinas.
The Ancient Order of Hibernian of
Douglas county will hold a reunion on Mon
day evening In Fraternal hall. Fourteenth
and Dodge, under the auspices of Division
No. J of Omaha.
Charles Hildebrnnd. 1W South Tenth
street, died yesterday morning of pnu
monla, aged years. Iln- will be buried
at Laurel Hill cemetery South Omaha,
this afternoon at t o'clock. He waa well
known In German circles of Omaha. The
Piatt Deutscber Verein will attend- the
funeral in a body.
Harry Thomas arid a colored friend by f
the name of Key inade a desperate, effort
to cover several square yarns witn g
abandonment oi me wiani u-t , ,nut ,he to.rlle pu,n am, ,.,,,, ullJ
tions by the present grand Jury owing i ()We( , , ht)Ve ,ghl'a rc.- t for 7 long
wholly to the premature publication by a, wti My ,iui))aml illlIll(;Ull,lt.ly w,nt lo
local yellow Journal of the list of altness.- Urtlt;KIHt Mr , ,Hl,i)(1(.,1, una ,irot.u,va
who were expected to testify bcf .re that rrnt rlx , um nw (.ur(,() m, ., a
body before service could be had on tneru , Knn r.,mimPnd yoU ,,jK,,Iy tl) tvrry ont
The result wa that the witnesses apcedllj ymj (.,lllilly aved ,ny 1( My mlmJj
fled the Jurisdiction of the court, and to wa HUl)unl gonP frolI1 ,,, ()iin y01.B
undertake the Investigation without th grlttPfulVi Mr RH ,, Ktufr.ri Mh
presence of the fugitive witnesses woul.'. j K, Molnii ,..
have been regarded a folly. The grand Tn p,anl(1 j.,,,, Cui(, 1(ui( Ky ar)(, ,.UHiv
Jury was anxious to underiake the investl-I curi.(1 (he WUTBt ,.,. I)f j,,,,., ,lf.aU .,
gatlon and It Is Intimated that there wa t ul,.rr9 an,j MrPgi reduces all intlanunutioii
considerable feeling manifested by several ani) (uk(H awa). a ,.,,,, nd pitUl
of the Jury over the abandonment of the , H,.war tt. Illr.nn ii knife. Its re
investigation and that some warm com- I taUt vf u,rrlnfi olt(.D wrecking life nd
ment was Indulged In 111 the Jury room In resutng n hemorrhages and death
consequence. pyramid Pile Cure gives Instant relief,
It wa conclusively shown to the satis- you cure yours,if n jour own home, wltli
f net Ion of both the attorney for Ine gov- out jg at Bu dsturbed from your work!
eminent nd those pushing the case against , , pn.r (n the form of "easy to
the Grain trust that to proceed wuu me UWJ.. BuutK)aitoi lea.
lowing disposition ot tne civil raw now
tnl. When they reached the jtill Key (pending In the 1'nited States circuit court
riltA film ete rliite1 an1 the ott.ee r.ne m . . . .. n. ..,,11,.., k-III 1. i.um.i.4
alnpmc0tu1i!e'''de, "'r!U 0ll,e, nm'k"jto gather a mas. of irrefutable oide.a.
Investigation witn out itw wmir- wuuu
be tmply a farce, and hence by mutual
agreement the case wa called taff for the
Thomas Worrall wa in conference with
his attorney much of the day Saturday,
A trial treatment "will be sent to any one.
absolutely free of charge, who sends name
After you, are satisfied with the sample,
vou can g" to yrnr druiiglst and get a
egular-sire treatment for irn cents, or I'
at Eleventh and Capitol avenue last nilit. I d ia incidentally learned that the fol- ni hasn't It. send the luoin v lo us. and
In the midst of their fairly successful ef. I " ... ..,..n .. : ... ... .
forts they were interrupted by th- police lowing disposition ui ..... we win e ,. Mr.wm-iii . ..... e.
n'na your name siki snuirnn iu ysrr.iV
Drug Co., tiifO P)tsmld iildg., Marshall.
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