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THE OMAHA' DAILY BEE: TIIURflDAY, MARCH 20, l&Oft.
FOUR FUNERALS ARE nELD
Miss Too Body Taken to Old "Hon: a in
MISS ESTHER NASH AT HOLY SEPUlCHER
Mrs. Mmry K. Son I hard and Trof. Henry
.Mien Are laid at Rest
at f'arrst l.im
In accordance with her own wishes th
funeral services for Ils Ann Too, princi
pal of Kellom school, were of a simple
character Wednesday afternoon. Rey.
Newton M. Mann. minister of Vnltjr church,
delivered a short eulogy at the home, IMS
Karnara afreet. The services were attended
by the teachers of Kelloni school and a
few Intimnte friends. Shortly after Iho
services the body was taken to the Bur
lington elation by O. W. Anderson of Den
ver, a nephew, and Miss Catherine Foos of
Omaha, a sister. Mr. Anderson and Mia
Fooi accompanied the body to Columbus,
O., where the burial and final rite will be
held Friday afternoon. Columbua was the
old home of MIhs Foos. In honor of the
memory of Miss Fooa the flags were raised
at half mast at the school Wednesday
and the Kellom school dismissed for the
afternoon. Thero were no pallbearer.
At i:30 Friday afternoon a publlo memorial
service for Miss Fooa will be held at First
Congregational church, where the public
school teachers and general public will at
tend. At that service the principals of the
city will adopt resolutions of condolence.
Funeral of Mlsa Sash.
The funeral services of Miss Esther Nash
were held Wednesday at 8:30 a. m., from
St. Cecelia's Catholic church, on Fortletn
near Burt street, and were largely attended.
tho church being filled to overflowing with
xympathlilng friends. Father D. P. Har
rington was the chief officiating priest, with
Father J. W. Stenson as' master of cere
monies. Father Bernard Sinne a sub-deacon.
Father James Dobson, assistant to
Father Stenson; Father A. M. Colanerl,
The Impressive ceremony of solemn
reiulem high mass was celebrated. Bishop
Scannell presiding. with Father M. P.
Uowllng.and Father P. F. McCarty as
Hssistunts to the bishop. Father John
Jennette also assisted In the ceremonies.
The requiem was sung by H. Burkley, as
sisted by the choir of Sacred Heart In the
responses. The sermon was preached by
Bishop Scannell. He spoke of the high
Christian 'character of Miss Nash.
'Following the addresa of Bishop Scannell
tho ceremony of annolnting the casket waa
observed, Bishop Scannell performing the
ceremony. Mrs. Welpton then sang "An
gels Ever Bright and Fair," after which
the clergy retired and the ceremonies Inside
tho church ended.
present at the ceremonies and seated
near the casket were twenty young
women, classmates of Miss Nash at Saered
Heart school. These girls were attired In
white, with veils, each carrying a cluster
of Easter lilies. Upon the conclusion of
the ceremonies the twenty young girls
formed in two lines outside from the church
door to the hearse and the cvaket waa car
ried out between them. The pallbearers
were: Eddie Crelghton, Ed Balrd, Frank
Keogh, Paul Gallagher, Thomas Davis,
Barton Millard, IUehurd Co ad and Lee Me
ghan. As the pallbearers passed through the
opened ranks of the twenty young girls
with the casket containing the body of
Miss Nash the great throng of friends out
side reverently bared their heads, remain
ing uncovered until the casket was placed
In the hearse. Interment was made in
Holy Sepulcher cemetery.
Teaerable Mother at Rest.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary 8.
Southard took place Wednesday afternoon,
from the home of her aon, Charles P.
Southard, ltOti North Seventeenth street,
with a large number of friends present.
The services were conducted by Rev. T. J.
Muckay. rector of All Saints' chuch. The
TUlbearers were: J. T. Beckrnun, H. A.
IJoud, William Keller, Albert Krug, Oeorge
M. Nattlnger and Charles L. Saunders.
Among those present from abroad to at
tend the funeral are: Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Southard of Denver. On account of the
Illness of Miss Clara Southard fche Inter,
ment services at Forest Lawn cemetery
Prof. W. H. Allci.
The funeral of Prof. W. 11. Allen, super
intendent of the publlo schools of Edge
niont, 8. D., was held Wednesday morning.
Services were conducted at the Second
Presbyterian church, by Rev. Newman Hall
Burdlck. . Burial was at Prospect Hill
cemetery. Among the relatives who were
in attendance at the funeral were. Dr.
Q. D. Allen, a brother, of Belleville. Wis.;
Dr. Ella Hollls of Hartford City, Ind., and
L. H. Allen, another brother of Kansus
City. Prof. Allen was formerly a teacher
!u the Omaha schools.
Chamberlaia'a Cagt Remedy a
"We prefer Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to any other for our children," says Mr. L.
J. Woodbury of Twining, Mich. "It has
also done the work for us In hard colds and
croup and we take pleasure In recommend
DIAMONDS Freuxcr. 16th and Dodge.
DE UNGER HELD TO ANSWER
Ma Charged with Misappropriating
Money ( Aaother Bosad
Over for Trial.
8. Vlrtor DeCnger, who was brought
lclt from Des Moines by Detective Ferris
on a charge of larceny as bailee, was
urralgned In police court Wednesday morn
ing by Attorney Fitch. DeUnger pleaded not
guilty and agreed to waive the preliminary
examination. He was bound to the district
court in the sum of 11.00.
DeUnger was charged with appropriating
to his own use $760 given him by R. ii.
,Cameron. with whom DeUnger formed a
partnership as the Midland Publishing
company. Cameron alleged he gave De
Vngor $750 to be used as a guarantee with
a publishing firm which was to get out a
look on Omaha for Cameron and DeUnger.
DeUnger Is said to have absconded with
the money. DeUnger and his wife were
urrested on a train at Des Moines last
week. The wife was released. DeUnger
fought the extradition but lost his suit.
Jla will not talk of the affair.
Foe iclkfeu Bouulcu, f 1
Heat Jellies and itrcDfuv f
M.TMM. !.. MW, IIIIIM HUM -
S! LKEIGCOmAILYS f
ti Fv.Mrnssi i t
C K Sill
The Swagger LortJ Co&.t it (he Right Thing
A new model
jfi ladies' long
This Spring It is Immensely Popular
Novelty Coats 6
These coats arc spring's newest nor
elty In roat ntylesmade of pretty nov
elty materials, neatly" tailored made
In long "coverall", andtourlat effects
very smart appearing
for all stylish outdoor
wear a special at
Ladies' Smart Little
Covert Jackets $5
'Them tmartly tailored little coat come fn
the new polo, oortet and box effeclt telf
trimmed and ?tot of them
thomvgMy lined the f nri
lie $pring txtat, a spe
Spring Tailored Suits
A specially attractive lot of new suits
for spring ' la the pony coat effects,
the dressy little etons, etc., in new
high colors. Including corals and re
sedas, the season's favorites, also the
new grays and mixtures
very fetching new ideas,
at TT. . .
Silk Veiling at 10c Yard
Fine silk veiling with chenille dots, hair line stripes,
etc., In, blacks and great variety of colors a spe
cial bargain, worth up to 35c yard, at, yard ......
Ladies' 50c Read Mav.de Veils at, each, 15e,
In yard and a half lengths, silk chiffon and liberty silks,
worth regularly up to 50c each, at, each
Charming Spring Millinery
Brandels Handsomely Trimmed Spring .Millinery at $5.00 embraces
every correct and popular spring style many of these hats
are- made by our own skilled artists and copied after expen
slve French models, the new greens, the old rose shapes
swagger black and white hats, etc., a splendid assortment
PRKTTT DRE88 AND EVEN I NO
HATS In small shapes and
the more elaborate edects
new models Just received
NEVER WERE 8TTCH STUNNING
HATs SOLD AT $10 These aio
original model hats and
reaeh a high standard of
SMART STYLES IX STREET HATS. Have you seen the little sailors
that are making the great success this spring? Brandels
' shows the smartest styles the season has brought forth
for Thursday we sell a number of these datihlng little
hats, easily worth $5.00, at.
THURSDAY SPECIALS IN CARPET DEPT.
We have Just received a new line of Chinese and Japanese
Good Quality Straw Matting
An almost endless variety of desirable patterns.
A good quality of China Matting at 12 He yard up to 35c.
A good grade of Jap Matting, linen warp, yard, 19c, 25c, 30c
Fiber Matting Your choice of an immense range of pat
terns, worth up to 65c a yard, at,
Sanitary Carpet Yard wide
and reversible, - a splendid
The best values in Axmtnster
Rugs In Omaha, floral and
beautiful Oriental patterns
27x60, at 92.54)
36x63, at S3.50
SEVEN. MURDER CASES LEFT
Remainder to B Wiped '. Chit, at Present
Tefm of Court.
D0YLFS CONVICTION MARKS THE FIFTH
tir the Flic Disposed of One Brlaas
Ieth IVaallr and Oae Life,
Other Seateaees Yet
The convlotion ot John Doyle of the mur
der of John Kelly Tuesday afternoon marks
the close ot the fifth of the twelve murder
rases now pending In this country. This Is
tu unusually large number, but the cases
are belnf disposed of rapidly and County
Attorney Blatmugh hopes to be through
with most of them before the rlcSe of this
term ot court. These with the lane num
ber of holdup and burglary cases, have
Slutted the criminal docket, and It has
practically been determined If necessary
two or three of the Judges will be asked
to take up criminal cases near the end of
Of those charged with ' murder Jay
O'Hearn and Leo Anrus of the quartet of
Tusten murderers have been disposed of,
the former gelling- the death penalty and
the Utter a life sentence under a plea of
guilty. Leslie Allen, a colored man charged
with killing lee Jairett, was found guilty
and has been sentenced to twenty years in
the penitentiary. William tlartee, another
colored man recently 'was convicted of
murder In the second degree and has not
been sentenced y.. In both his case and
that of Doyle the Jury recommended clem
ency. The murder cases still te try are those
of Nelson and Warren, co-defendants with
O'llcarn and Angus; Cal Waln. Harrison
Clark and Clarence Cathrigut, charged
with killing Street Car Conductor Edward
Flurry; Leo Osborne, charged with shoot
Ing his father in a quarrel between his
father and mother; Frank Noonan, charged
with stabbing Charles Larson of Bouth
Omaha, and James Dlggs, charged with
the murder of Frank Wheeler,
When your body la starving-robbed by
Indigestion Dt. King's New Life Pills will
relieve and cure. 26 cents. ' For sale by
Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co.
The following births and deaths have
been reported to tho Board of Health dur
ing the forty-eight hours ending at noon
Births Harry Duval. 21110 Kim. girl; Wil
liam Trurkey, 1612 Bherman avenue, boy
William Arnold. lfUiVi North Twenty-first
rlrl; Mike Antoniak. 23J Hickory, girl; 1).
II. Bererners. 3;u Ames avenue, girl.
Deaths Anaa Fooa. fiisst Farnsm, 81
Robert Knajp, 1411 Sherman avenue, :
J. W. MrElhaunon, 2ng North Seventeenth
; W. F. Rice. ll Bouth. Twenty-fifth. 4:
Martha Kaesmarek. Twenty-fourth and
Center. 6; Carrie Cliff, West Tolnt. N.-b
M; Mary Richardson. 114 South Nineteenth,
"; Kenneth Smith, 4M1 Decatur. 1; Harold
Howell, hug South Eighteenth, S years
Jacob J. Bellner. 2CT Grant.
t:?.s. ivi::slov's J
esse dt ! Uoa or ktotaera tot ttetr
"H'le Tt-OuiiS f'j omc fin, v.
Ski) 1. uhna i . I
eU UIl mraa la . 7 .T M" '
i t-m lj lor lirrt,. J
WctrnU', OJClNl A
LIVER PILLS For Old ar Yos.x
For Billiotisness. Constipation, Sick
Headache. Sour Stomach.
No Opium. . no Cocaine. A Vegetable Pill
HERMAN V M'CONNBLL DUO CO.
X postpaid. A6th and Podge Sta
OMAHA WEATHER FOUKCART Thunwlny Fnlr.
crecn teal::3 stamps evert TiE
Thursday in Dry Goods
LADIES' SILK WAISTS $3.95.
Sheer Glace Taffeta, lace trimmed, colors white, light blue,
champagne, black, helio and pink, Z CC
$5.00 QUALITY FOR JJD
Extra Quality of Japan SilkBlack and white, with plain
pleats; also white with elaborate trimming of T QP
eyelet embroidery and lace, regular $5 waist, for.J J
LADIES' LACE WAISTS $4.95.
Fine Oriental Lace Pointed Yoke Self collar newyf Q C
cuff, worth $G.50, Thursday TJ
Ladies' White Band Aprons Made of good mater
ial, extra large and full, plain with pocket
Ladies' White Band Aprons Made with a deep
ruffle with cluster of three tucks on ruffle, at
Ladies' Gingham Band Aprons Good quality ging
ham, full and long
Ladies' Black Sateen Aprons Large, square with
pockets; also the small square office aprons
BARGAIN TABLE SALE OF TOOTH BRUSHES.
ONE THOUSAND TOOTH BRUSHES, at 5c
ONE THOUSAND TOOTH BRUSHES, at; ...... ..10o
1 n 7.n
Bennett's Bi Grocery
SPECTAL VALVES IN TEAS, ON
LY RELIABLB QUALITIES HAN
ILED. Jos. Tetley & Co., Ceylon and
inula, teas. ,..,, ,
And fifty Green
Half pound can
And twenty-five green trading stanrpa.
Quarter-pound can Ureen Label. ...18c
And Ten Oreen Trading Stamps
HEADQUARTERS FOR COFFEE
Three pounds finest Java and Mocha
And Bfly green trading stamps.
BFECIAL CANNED UOOD3 OFFER
2 cans Diamond 8 Succotash 30c
t cans Omar Lima Beau. 2&c
it cans Diamond 8 Blfted Early
June Hea,:f 33c
And Blty Green Trading Stamps.
Velvet Cocoa Toilet Soap, 6 cakes.. Kc
Three packages I'needa mcuits..S6c
And Ten Oreen Trading Stamps
Jell-O, assorKd flavors, i pkgs 2c
And Ten Oreen Trading Stamps
Bennett's Oapllul Baking Powder,
pout)d can.,.c 24c
And Ten Green Trading Stamps
Parsley, Pie Plant,
Freh Every Day
REMEMBER, A POUND 18
NEARLY TWO QUARTS, AND
THIS PRICE IS LESS THAN IN
CARLOAD LOTS.. JUST A-FLYER
Swe-t, Juicy naval Oranges, OCr
doien 25c and UW
SticlTCfilfdy Special -Assorted'flavon,
C sticks for. .
30 sticks for. 5c
Easter Eggs and Novelties trom......... lc
A MONEY SAV
ING SALE OF
Drop Head, -Automatic Lift
Head Sewing Machine, Full
Line of Attachments,
Best On The Market
3d FLO OIL.
Visit The Stunning Millinery
TO APRIL 7, 1906.
to Ban Francisco, Loa Aa
geles, San Dingo and many
other California point,
to Everett FalrhaTen. "
Whatcom, Vanconyer and
to Portland. Aitorla, Ta
coma aad Seattle,
to Aabland, Boaeburr, En
gene, Albany and Balem,
Including Bo. Pac. branch
line In Oregon,
to Spokane, and interme
diate O. B. A X. polata to
Wenatcbee and interme
to Butte, Anaconda, Helena
and all intermediate mala
to Ogden and Bait Lake
City and Intermediate mala
For Foil Information laqnlre at
CITY TJSKT OFFICE, 1324 f ARMM JT.
THE RELIABLB TRB
SatMrdaj, 69 Ca
Thursday Specials in Oar Busy Cloak and
IV are umlntihtrffly doing tho buMnew In onr Salt IVpArtmen, Tft
rresons are obvlons wrt etylcn, lrRost stk, lowest pricen. mKke, eclfcs
Hon esy for yon end anlcs easy lor ua. 8co thc Thnrtiilay offcrlnir.
FROM fi: TIJA 9 30 A. M.
Womsn's Wash Vndersklrts, AQr
FROM 9 Tli.L. IoX'm'.'
Woman's 5.0o Bilk I'ndersklrts, QQ
XJBW srRixa BUIT8-tn nobblost etTtMl
snrt matniHls, ninds to Sfll f A lf
at Jn: sptM liil Thnnolny
Dimi IT . t. m . -
03 i uvcd iaiia pit piii nin una ps.iT.
. French voiles, eollenaca. etc., tnsl
n Hell at In.
social at..;. ,, '- iv.yu
BAMPIR Sl ITa of th very finest qaallt
of niRtPrlal mid -workmanship. Mrftnt
new deslrTis, worth double the in flfl
price, at 40, IHB and......w.. OU.UW
NEW SKIRTH SO of tliem Just received
for Easter selllns-; lmnnwme trarrnent
In shadow checks, strlnes anil plaids,
finely tailored, exceptional Cfi
values, at )15, $1.50, $10 and. ....... d . OU
, 8TTLI8H COVKRT COATS Made of Dub
lin and Mohecan coverts. In the nobhlost
new styles, worth up to $18, In to icreat
lots for Thursday, r ir
at M W ami.......... l.VVI
no KKW CRAVUNBTTB COAT8-lt olives,
tnns and oxfords, made to salt at 116,
special Thursday, O Q(1
St............. . .. .. i,hh .......
'NF.AV BILK COATS-Th most complete as.
wjrtnient In Oniahaj short, or lengths
remarkable values, at $o0, 18.6" R flf
$15, tl2.i. 110. 7.50 and 0tJ
NEW 1JNOKRIK WAlST-4n most ex
qulslte d ort I (tu s and flneot materials, at.
tractive priced at t $.198, $1!.S8 )B
2.M, $1.98, $1.50 and
FROM 8 TIL 9 A. M.
Women's $1.00 Waists,
t .tsHii iiiense eeeaei
NEW nOME-MADQ WRATPEIIS
BEST VA1.UE8 IN OMAHA
e m w
J12S, $2.00. fl.76, .60
Grand Embroidery Sale.
60c EMBROIDERIES, . Oftr-
Thursdav mornlna we will nlu.ee on sale
600 pieces of the very finest Matched Setts
elites and Inserung-s In Swiss and nainsook.
Worth twenty-flve cents, lOLr
at yard Ilv
Worth thirty cents, 1Er
Worth thirty-five cents,
Wortli forty cents.
at yard ........
Embroideries fully worth 60c,
hi. at, u
All perfectly new stock, no soiled or
mussed (roods In this lot Undoubtedly tha
Embroidery Snap of the Season.
Attend the Hour Specials w the Great Do
If you do not aeeA the roods now, it will pay you to buy them at theee
prlrea and lay them away for future use.
FROM S TILL 11 A. M.-86-IN. MBRCER-
rFfl OlTKl-Vfl In hlar-lr ,!
worth 16o yard, on sale 'lin
at. per yard S
FROM 10 A. M. TILL 115 M. Hl'ClC TOW
ELS. In all linen and union, extra Ions
and heavy, worth lZa and l&c, Rf,
' limit of 6 to a customer, at, each u
FROM 2 TILL 4 P. M. STANDARD BLUE
PRINTS, irood patterns, fast colors,
worth Ps,c yard, fin sale lJr
at, per yard OJW
FROM 3 TILL 6 P. M. Unbleached Crash,
17-ln. wide, all linen, worth S'io yard,
limit of 10 yards to a customer, Kir"
at, per yard Jit
We have just received a carload of double-coated enameled ware, enaim
eled on heavy titeel dark-niottlexl green on outside, white on inside, and will
he placed on sale ihuraday at prices tx-Iow any ever offered on goods of sucls
V.c each, at
Mic each, at
Too each, at
flOc each. Ht
We each, at
70c euch, at
',H)c each, at
Tea and Coffee Pots,
70c euch, at
$1.00, sale price,
14-quart Dinh Pans,
worth $1.30, sale price..
17-quart Dish Pans.
worth $1.40. sale price. .......
21-quart Dish Pans,
worth $1.75, sale price.. ....
Enamel-covered Berlin Sauca
Pans, worth 70c, at
10-quart Water Palls. . .
worth $1.26, sulo price........
25c London Dippers, .
ti-quart Pudding- Pans
worth 70c each, sulo price, .
45c Wash Basins,
Our trade on Mioses' and Cldldren's
Shoes Is Increasing every day. But
why not? We are giving the public
better shoes and more satisfaction
nan any other store In Omaha. We
lse nothing but the best of leather
nd workmanship that money will buy.
We employ Experienced Men to fit our
Misses' and Children's Shoes ami
guarantee that if you let us fit your
hlldren s leer, iney win ie niit u bo
ihey should be.
Child's sires. 84 lo 11 $1.50
Misses' sizes. HVi to 3..' u0
Young women's slr-es, 2'4 to ti 1. 30
Drexel Shoe Co.
(419 Farnam Street.
THE cloth makersofthe world
were certainly at their best
In producing this season's tempts
King fabrtcs. Over 1,000 styles.
YouH piolc from the choloeet
",f you pick; now.
Troosers, J5 to $12 -Suits, $20 td $50
WILLIAM JERREMS' SONS.
00-211 8o. IRtb StrceC
Geo. D- Rice,
of Hald & Riee. Coal Dealers.
plember BoarJ of Education for past I years
CHARLES L. THOMAS
Repablleau Candidate for
Councilman yth Ward
TTTar-Av years taspayer
ka.laets mmm la Omaba. Ke.ldeaes
1013 ... aitn at. umr. 41a u. uid.
fl MISTAKEN IDEA
Borne people have formed n Idea about
several things connected wltli the retail
drua biisini'Hx, wliich needs contlnunl ex
planation to make them see their miHtake.
JTST Bl'AI HK ANV PATENT MK DI
CING OR ITHKH ARTICI.K l ADVEll
T1SKD t) i:n ANY I)KI'GIMTS NAMK
IS NO It K A HON WHV WK DO Nu f
,!Buch aoodJas IIYOMKI. D. I). D.. I'RIC
BOL VIXOU KINfiS Dlfft'OVKRY,
IiOAVB KIKNKY P1LLK. 8EX1NU 1'lLl.a,
NKIIV l l'A. etc.. etc.
WK BELL AM. THEBK GOODS a nil,
Jl'BT AS CUKAP IF NOT CIIKAFliRl
h-.n anv ottipr rims' store in America.
ANOTHER TIIIN;-JuHt Imrmiw a
prescription Is written on HOME i'I II EH
imttiOlST B' BUNK; IB N R KAtyjN
W HY we chii not till the PH ECRI PTK IN
Jl'BT A8 A(CRAr.Y AND PROMPT
LY and ror LESS MONEY than the dru
Kist whnKC blunk was Ufed.
We deliver free all over Omaliu, tin.
Omaha and Council liluffs.
Corner l'Jth and Chicago, OMAHA.
JHth and N . BO. OMAHA.
Cor. 6th and Main St.. CO. ULI FF8. IA.
'AH b rooms
1517 Douglas St.
DEPUTY BTATK VBTTEHINAJUAN.
H. L RAMACCIOni. D. V. S
Office and Infirmary, tstb and llasoa Sta '
Are worn verv mueh these days. We hav a dainty solid
told pin for li t'. ll-iH and $1 60 Blmilar styles In gol.l
tilled and silver for . 20c and b"K H( h. These are good
stylish, up-to-date goods. We are also showing a band
some line of '.M pins. ...
Bpend a few minutes in our store. Look for the name.
5. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
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