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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1906.
MAN FIRES AT KR HE LOVES 5
Heero Takes Two Shotg at and Ait.uiU
Woman Who Bcjecta Him.
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IN MTANTIMT HE GETS IULLET IN NICK M
e ...! EXTRA SPECIAL Oil BARGAIN SQUARE ;
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the Tnllrf re Sot
Aftr an fxritliiR chase from Thirteenth
and Pavenport struts to Twpnty-fourlh
and Caw Monday morning, Jnepor Price,
rolored, was cauajht by Patrnlman Relgol
man and r,ard at the city jnll with
shooting with Intent to kill Miss Ora Wolf
klll of 221 North Thirteenth atreet.
Price took two shots at the woman, then
viciously assaulted her on the street. Dur
ing the, exritenient rrlce was ahot tn the
neck, either by a deflected bullet from his
own weapon or by someone whose name
haa not been learned. Inasmuch aa Prlce'a
hat had a bullet hole and his left ear was
clipped by the missile, the police are in
clined" to bellevaj someone took a shot at
Price while he was beating the woman.
Price declared he did not know how he was
shot. The bullet lodged In the muscles of
the man's neck. The woman waa not seri
ously Injured. She received several ugly
blnwa on the face and head.
Because Miss WolrsKill would not requite
Frlre's love he sought her life, aha al
leged Having heard Sunday that Price
threatened to kill her. she went over to
stay with her alster, Mrs. Cora Wise
man. Thirteenth and Davenport streets.
About 9:3" Monday morning Price called at
the Wiseman pine and aaked Miss Wolf
skin whether. hT decision In regard-to
emitting hla company waa final. Miss Wolf
skin said It was flnal. Then, according to
witnesses, Price took the shots at' the
w.-iman. dragged her off the walk and
struck her several times. With tha smok
ing weapon In his hand. Price ran west on
Davenport street and managed to outrun
hla pursuers. The patrol wagon came on
a hurry run and a.t the Palace atables Pa
trolman Relgelman secured a saddle horse
and followed the trail, closing In on Price
at -Twenty-fourth and Cass streets In a
patch of weeds.
Prlca ts a mulatto and worked at tha
I'nlon Stock yards. The trouble occurred
at tha home of Mrs. Cora Wiseman, wife
of Dell Wiseman, the man who escaped
from 583 Howard street on the evening of
May 12. 'when John Johnson was fatally
stabbed by R. J. Johnson. Dell Wiseman
thought at the time ha had shot the In
jured man. Ha has not yet been heard
Price and Mlsa Wolfskill were attended
by the police surgeon. The woman was
held aa a complaining witness.
ALL THE ODD LOT3 OF FINE
Laces and Embroideries
FROM THE DES MOINES STOCK
Great piles of fine laces, embroideries and fj
insertings, piled on big bargain Bquare. t
These desirable embroideries and laces O
in all widths actually worth - ft i
OMAHA WKATHER FORKOAST Til sdaf Fair and Warmer.
(SEEM TFJlCir.3 STAMP PfEKT HUE
as 20c a yard at, a
5fc PILLOW TOPS at 10c EACH g
fl Beautiful lithographed pillow tops, highly col-
uvn uvwf,"w t --w--
SETH WINCH WILL CASE IS UP
Salt for Rehearing; la on Before Ji
Troop of the District
The suit for a rehearing of the Beth
Winch will case la being heard by Judge
Troup of tha equity court. All of the evl
'denee In the former trial la being read and,
s tha transcripts are voluminous. It prob
ably will reoulre the entire week to com
plete tha reading of the evidence.
The suit originally heard by Judge genre
was to probata the will of Mr. Winch, who
died leaving an estste valued at about
I30.0O0. The original of the will was lost
and suit waa on tha probation of a copy.
Just aa Judge Bears was chout to sign the
decree refusing to admit the will to pro
bate, Elmer K. Thomas, one of the attor
neys for the defendants, returned It to the
flics, having found it at his office. Judge
Pears could not change the decree, how
ever. The plea for a new trial la baaed
on the fact the original will is now at
hand and that tha records were so vo
luminous the reporter could not finish the
transcript in time to complete an appeal
to the supreme court.
girls, theatrical favorites, den pillows, couch
pillows, etc 50c values, art dept., 3d floor. . .
SALE OF NOTIONS
TUESDAY IN BASEMENT
lareed eyed, all
5c, at paper.
Steel Scissorg and
Shears, all sizes,
Pin Cubes, 100 pins,
Spool Silk and Spool
cotton, all makes
and colors, J
Change Purses, solid
leather, all colors,
Bt b ' 5c
each J 1
Large size bone hair
Hair Pin Cabinets,
crimped and plain,
Brass Pins Full
Chinese Ironing wax
With handle, f
1 for JC
Two Basement Specials
I Or Lawns at 8 He Yd. 500 bolts
Dress Lawns, bright and dainty
colorings, Leader dept. store
price 10c, extremely f
low price, yard ....... ,W2W
Cambric Linings, Jc Yd. Leader
department store entire stock of
cambric linings, in black and all
yard . . . .
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Lndis' new" white and colored shirt
waists, short sleeves or long sleeves
very prettily trimmed and LQ
finished, at ". OJl
Ladies' dainty Summer Waists, popular
elbow sleeves, neatly trimmed- Oft g
with laces and embroideries. .aU
BOY PAROLLED FOR FUNERAL
Adopted 'on Attends Faneral of
Joba Betta I nder Chargra
Tht funeral of the late John Betts took
place Sunday afternoon from hla home,
SMS North Seventeenth street. The services!
were conducted by Rev. C. AV. gavidge
and under the joint auspices of the Ladies
of the Grand Army and of Custer post.
Grand Army of the Republic, of which
latter organisation Mr. Betta was a mem
ber. Interment was made at Prospect Hill
A sad incident of the funeral waa the
preaence of. an adopted son of the de
ceased, a young man who waa reared by
Mr. Hetta and for whom tha latter had a
most ardent affection. A few years ago
tha young man. who led a wayward life,
waa convicted of larceny and aentenced to
a term in the Lincoln penitentiary. The
affection between the two was deeply sin
cere and the young man was permitted to
attend tha funeral under charge of the
sheriff of I.ancater county.
TTTTT H TJ O TTr
weanesaav is iw
Ten Gretn Trading Stamps Free to each book
sbown at premium parlor balcony. New
books with tree trading stamps lor the asking.
Wednesday is Red Letter Day
Rf act ast corrn
Fifteen hundred two pound
cans Bennett's Breakfast
And 60 Green Trading Stamps
Full Cream New York Cheese Special (
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Fresh Daily
New Potatoes, ' r
' pock '. aw
n 1 o
H l UUUU iti
THE RELIABLE ST9RE
WATCH TUESDAY EVENING
PAPERS FOR PARTICULARS
THE RELIABLE STORE.
thls line the commissioner held
ence with the mayor.
The new cotrmisuloner finds he has a
multiplicity of duties. The last that came
to his attention waa that requiring him to
count the tails of dogs put to death at the
CLARK IS LIKE THE SWAN
Flasy Mardrrer Speada Hla
slaalaa, IValtiac for
Harrison Clark, who Is awaiting a death
ssnunce at the county Jail for tha mur
der of Street Cur Conductor Flury. has
earned a reputation aa a musician since he
haa been conflned In tha Jail. At a 1 moat
any time of the day he can be heard going
over hie exteualve repertoire of coon songs,
love meloUiea and religious hymns at tha
tonof hla voice. Blnce hla confinement In
the solitary cell this Is the only form of
amusement open to him, and he appears to
enjoy It. even If he ia staring In the fac
flavin Wain and Clarence Cathrlght. hla
accomplices, were taken to the peniten
tiary at Lincoln Monday, the former to
serve a life sentence and the latter a
twenty-year sentence Imposed by Judge
Sutton. Clark probably will be aentenced
Y. M. C, A. PROBES FOR WATER
Secretary Wade Haa Teat Made ta
Supply -New Building, tl
The Omaha Water company will ' not
guarantee the Young Men'a Christian asso
ciation reduced rates on water In its new
building, and so the association proposes
to have water of Its own, if possible to
Secretary B. C. Wade is having a test
hole sunk In the ground beneath the ma
chinery room of the building to see how
much water bearing sand lies within 100
feet of the surface and whether it carries
enough water to supply the building for
other purpoBes than drinking. The asso
ciation had a reduced rate in its 01a
building at Sixteenth and Douglas streets,
but paya a flat rate in Its temporary quar
ters In the Rohrbough building. Even If
the company promised a reduced rate, said
Mr. Wade, clear water would be consid
eration enough to make the axperinient
with the test hole.
GRAND JURY NEXT OCTOBER
Session Probably Will Be Called Then
to Take I p Further Land
Owing to the large amount of work
mapped out for the November term of the
t'nlted States courts for this district it ii
piobable a session of the federal grand
Jury will be called aa early as October. In
the meanwhile the special secret service of
ficers will continue their Investigations of
the alleged land frauds in northern and
western Nebraska and will look after the
enforcement of tha order of Judge Munger
for the removal of tha fences where any
disposition la manifested to dodge tha or
der. Prosecutions will follow any unrea
sonable Ignoring of tha order. The aecret
service force will, however, be somewhat
reduced, some of tha oflViale being as
signed to duty elsewhere for the present.
Tha headquartera will be maintained here,
however, until court assembles In October.
Pa ate ATerted.
In esse of constipation, peritonitis., etc.,
panic is averted by curing yourself with
Dr. King's New Life Pills. 36c. For sals
by Sherman MeConnell Drug Co.
C0NNELL ON WEED SUBJECT
Health ('osnmUaloaer Addreasea Hla.
self to Task of tJeaalaa Oat
Walka and Lota.
Health Commissioner Connell has takes
up tha weed aubject. The doctor finds that
many sidewalks In the outlying dlatticts
are all but obstructed by the exotic
growths, which ha considers dangerous to
health because their decay may produce
malarious atmospheres. He looked up the
ordinances and found that property owners
and occupants are required to cut the
weeds tn front and to the rear of property
.ad on vacant lota. If they don't' do It
the niuiiU Umlity may step In and charge
up the cct by special taxation. Before
deeteJng whether to atart opera Liens aluog
Very Low Ratea Tuesday,
Every Tueaday. balancs of the year the
Chicago Great Western railroad will sail
boraeseekers' tickets to Minnesota, North
Dakota and Canadian northwest at about
half rate; to other territory first and third
Tuesday. Write H. H. Churchill. O. A,
Farnam street. State number In part
and when going.
A Great Success
Saturday Candy Sale
Our third Saturday sale of Llrfett's Bat.
urday Oaady was certainly a (treat ac
eass. Not a bus of the candy was left at
an early hour Xat'irday evening.
Many of the cuatomera ho had bought
thia candy ut our first and second Satur
day sale were back for more aemlhgly
appreciative of ttie fact that they were
buying eOo candy for ie.
Next tiaturday we alia!) have a much
larger quantity, but probably a little lea
than the demand, for this candy must be
freak, each Saturday, and only enough
bought for each Saturday's sale.
BEMEMBBg Saturday Only, and then
a 00 pouau boa of clux-olme nuta and
creams for SSo. This is Ltggatt'a Satur
y Oaady, which is sold in one store only
in every principal city in I ha I'nlted States
We have the agency for Omaha Saturday
Sherman & MeConnell Drug C
COS. 1T A-MB BOBOa, OMASA
TO WEDDWQ GIFTS
Be very careful Kelecting
Cut Glass for wedding gifts.
There is a great dirferenc
In cut glass, the cheap
tinga being netlhnr artistic
nor desirable. Our cut glass
is cut by the highest grada
cutters In this country. Tlw
cuttings are exquisitely
done, and wonaerruliy pol
ished. And yet our prices (
are not in excess or those
asked for ordinary
I Brown & Bo rsheim
rl2ZZ South l6SStreet,0maha.
B Send for l08 f ( Treei
FULL BLUE OR BLACK SERGE SUIT
material. It's a snap!
with extra Trousers of same or striped
The prevailing scarcity of Blue
serges on the market has not affected
us. We bought a generous quantity
months ago for this special Mid
WILLIAM JERREM3' SONS.
200-&U So, 180 etrWQaV
1 ."StW'jfX.--'": TXaVJ'
MATING SUIT CASE
Matting Suit Cases are light,
neat and servlcable and are just
the thing to take with you on your
summer vacation trip.
We are offering a special value
this month In a 24-ln. Japanese
matting case leather bound, very
servlcable and attractive, one of
our 14.50 values specially dta aa
priced this month for ...7de)U
Other matting cases from 92.00
We carry everything In Traveling
Bag, Trunks and Sample Cases
Bt., Omaha, Neb.
and ALL POINTS
Leaves Oraaba, daily 6:35 p.
Arrives Des Moines, daily 10:45 p. m.
Arrives Chicago, daily 8:15 a. m.
!Quick Service, New Electric-Lighted Equipment.
Other good Chicago trains leave Omaha 3:25 a. m.;
8:15 a. m.; 4:20 p. m.
Low round-trip rates to many Eastern points in
Secure Ref ervations and Ticket 18SS Farnam St. and at Union Station
F. P. RUTHERFORD, Division Passenger Agent.
One and a quarter million acres to bo
opened to settlement on the
Dates of registration July 16th to 31st.
Less than one fare for the round trip,
daily July 12th to 29th via
Round trip from Omaha,
,00 over the only all rail route
from Omaha to ; Shoshoni,
Wy o. , the reservation border.
GEO. F. WEST, Gensral Agent,
Chicago k North-Western Ry. Omaha, Neb.,
Please sand to my address pamphlets, maps and infor
mation concerning the opening of the Shoshone or Wind
River reservation to settlement.
(Cut air) this Causen)
A Thin Watch
Is the proper kind tlies days The old styla thlr
watch has gone. 'We aro showing; soma handsome
styles in 12 and lfi size geld and gold ailed, ranging
around 15.00 to 935.00.
Hpend a few minutes in our store. Look Por Tha
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1516 Douglas St.
The most popular of all low
shoes for women's wear Is the
Pump. We are very fortunate In
securing the kind that does not
slip at the heel, as most shoes of
this atvle do. We have them In
light, flexible elt soles gun met
al calf patent colt and white
Prices ranging from
$3.50 to $4.00
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street.
Try the Want AA
Columns of Te
Thla raarnlflesnt botal haa 100 beau
tlful rooms and Is located at 11th and
MrG streets In ttia shopping district.
Only baJf a block from tha JLaaorr,
Bird, Thayer ary gao4a atara, aear all
lal Private lata.
Isksaaaes tm AH leas. Hat ana Ceil Baaalaa
Waler la (nry laaaa. EsncaUaa Cale. rertcal
Casau. Clah Breaajnuna aas IsMs Itai ns
Bars terras' la Cane Kates II s Bajr aa4 BaejarS,
Reaenratlons may be ma4e af tala
gravh at our aapanaa.
KIPPER -BB ISO f HOTKIi CO.
r. A. BaUISOa, Mimes.
To Many Canadian and New England Points
Illinois Central Railroad
SALE DATES: To Canadian points, June 15 to Septem
ber 30. To New England points, June 15 to 30, inclusive,
July 18, August 8 and 22, September 5 and 19.
RATES; One fare plus $2.00 with fifteen (15) day
limit, and one fare plus $4.00 with thirty, (30) day limit.
Liberal stopovers and several attractive water trips in
connection. . '
For tickets and information call at City Ticket Offioe.
1402 Farnam street, Omaha, or write
SAMUEL NORTH, '
District Passenger Agent.
Broadway. Filth Ave. and 27th St.. New York
Is a soadara, flrat-class hotel, la tha cen
ter of the shopping district. Complete La
all Its appointments aid abaolulcly lire-
froof. furnishings and decorations en
irely new throughout. Aei ommodattoiie
(or 60S guests; 140 suites with bath. Hut
and oold water and telephone tn every
room. European plan. Culelne un
celled. Rooms lite a day up, with bat
KM up. Tha oaly hotel tn ManhaMaa
fronting both en Broadwar anal Fifth Ave,
OEOROK W. IWCEKXT - - Proprietor
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