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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1&?)6.
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Saturday You Can Save Juot About Half Your Clothes T.lonoy
THE FAMOUS- CLOTHES
BRANDCIS HAS OFFERED WANT
WONDERFUL CLOTHING BARGAINS
S H.MARKS & CO.
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I V You can't know
! You Should f - J t what summer com- 0)f
? Dress Up fort means unle r5)
A for tho VV- uou wear a sum-
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All the Man'a and BojV
75c and tl.00 Straw
Hata Satnr- 4
All the Men'a
. day, at. . . .
LAWRENCE OFFERS AN ALlfcl
J Allseed Eoup Van 8aTt He Wa Too
"TC - DrnnI to Oommit Crime.
' 0TUZR WITNESSES SUPPORT HIS PLEA
On the Coatrarr Draarvlat Wko
Wae Robbed ad Twt Others
Poaltlrely lrmtitj Hlaa
Evidence tending to prove an allot wu
Introduced In behalf of Oeorce W. Lew
ranee, who It bMng tried before Judge
Button on a charre of holding up the drug
store of R. L. Tlnkham at Twenty-third
and Cuming street on June 14. La-rence
wenfs on the aland himself and half a
doien othr wltneaKes teet'.fled In corronora
tlon of hla evldmce. . On the other hand.
Tlnkham and two other witnesses positively
Identified ljiwrence as the taller of the
two men who held up the drug atore and
are supposed to have cnntinuejUihe carnl
val of crime which Included the holdup
of two atreet cara on the Farnam street
line and a young woyan at Thirty-eighth
and Davenport atrea the same night.
The first cor.oeeelon to hot weather waa
made yeeterday afternoon when the Jurora
were aCod to hear the evidence In their
hlrt-sleeves. Up to yeeterday tha ballifTs
V'h a sharp eye out for peraona sitting
v' Tn Cour room with their eoate off. Tea
May Judge Button told the jurors they
knt remove their coats If they wanted
Vend most of them accepted tha invita
tion, Beveral wltneaaea who were at Thirty-
The geaat aiaawatfiei.
Seaiaim aa4 fcaallia list-
J aMBk-MINa OAOTUt
Oik asrer leeees aseee.
(tlnnr Cactus Oil
urea. aveJIIaa, frat .se4 aeaaa. j
bana wire cuia inwwii, i
mA aaadie B&li. Bieose. Uea, aa4 atl kurta
af enen beaeU
At SrMStm la le. SOe ead VI beulea. at
I aaaateeeurauaeut.er seal areeeia hy ike
Miwm OLMtV aeoOAiO.
ret aaM hf
SKcrmtA Q. McConneH.
Drul C. 0""h
All te Mn'i and Boj' 60c Straw HaU to y C
be closed out Saturday, at
All the Men' $2.00
Straw Hats, f ff
All the Men'a fl.50
and 13.00 Strai
Orat clearlnK- aale of genalne Panama Hata, Im
porter'! aamplea, worth tip to f 15.00; A Ofi
Satnrday, at J JO
third and Cuming streets attlie time of thej
noinup lantinea uwrence riiner pnamveiy
or In pArt aa the tall man of the pair, j
Mies Electa Hedlund. a high school girl,
whoae home la In Blalc told about being
held up, with several companions, near
Thirty-eighth avenue and Davenport atreet
about ll:li that night. She said she was
quite poaitive the defendant was one of
the two men. One of the jurors questioned
her about her Identification of the defend
ant and she said a he waa sure Lawrence
was the man. i
Lawrence Says He Waa Draak.
Lawrence was the first witness In bis
own behalf. He said he had been In
Omaha six or eight weeks. On June 14
he said b waa working at grading on the
boulevard near 'Cuming atreet. At noon
he said ha felt sick and quit work. He
went home for dinner and returned In the
afternoon and got his pay check, which
he cashed about S o'clock at a aaloon on
Cuming street. Then he went Into a bar
ber shop next door and got shaved. He
then went Into a rear room and played
carda and drank beer until 6 10 or T o'clock,
when he went to the home of Mrs. Vance
at Twenty-eighth and Cuming streets. He
said he was very drunk and some time
during the evening Prank Vance and Frank
Adams took him home and someone put
him to bed. He said he did not leave the
houae until 7 o'clock the next morning.
He began drinking the next day and early
In the afternoon went back to Vance's and
went to sleep In a tent standing In their
yard. He waa arrested there by the police
about 4 o'clock In the afternoon.
He admitted he had been convicted of
grand larceny while living at Council
Bluffs and had served a term In the peni
tentiary at Fort Madison.
Charles Davis, a colored man who runs
th e barber shop and pool hall where Law
rence aaya he got ahared testified to seeing
lAwrence In Ms shop about noon on the
14th. He said one of his barbers . ahaved
Lawrence and then Lawrence went Into
the back room and played carda.
Frank Vance and Frank Adams both tes
tified to taking Lawrence borne between
o'clock and 1:46. They declared be was
too drunk to walk unaaalsted. Mrs. Will
Vance, a alater of Lawrence, waa at borne
when Yence and Adams reached there
with her brother. She aald she put him
to bed on a oouch and heard him at In
tervals all night.
The only part of her testimony Incon
sistent with that of her brother waa where
she testified he came home at noon after
having his check cashed. She says he
ahowed her tha money. Lawrence testified
ha did not get hla cheek until afternoon
after leaving borne. He aald he got It
eashed about I o'clock and did not return
home after that until he waa taken there
by Vanoa and Adams.
Evidence for the defenae will be con
tinued today. .
Lawrence baa been poaittvely Iden
tified t three wltneaaea aa one of the two
men who held up the drug store of R. u
Tlnkham at Thirty-third and Cuming
streets on the night of June 14. The Identi
fication waa made on the wltneaa stand In
dlstiiot court, where Lawrence is on trial,
charged with robbery and shooting Tlnk
ham with Intent to kill. The two men are
tlsu cWatl with tha IwldJy of two alrttt
That Bear the Above Label
These lightweight, hand tailored "clothes are all new, very stylish
to the trade, S. H. Marks & Co. of New York. Hundreds of fine all
Worth up to
Ladles' 12 and f 2,60
patent colt and kid
slippers 2, 3 f TO
and 4 strap, at. 17
Ladies' Turkish slip-
Children's 4-strap slip
pers, kid and pa'ent
colt (base- PQ
ment), at, pr. .DJC
Misses' lace shoes all
(base Went) . . 98c
Misses' and children's
strap slippers and
at, pair. .
cars at Fortieth and Dodge streets and with
robbing several pedestralna in that part
of the city on the same nlfcht. -
Mr. Tlnkham waa the first witness for the
state. He said the two men. came into his
store with drawn revolvers, but before
they could get the drop on him h secured
hla revolver. Te two men then backed
out and at the door shot at Tlnkham, the
bullet smashing a mirror. Tlnaham went
to tha telephone and called Douglas-lit, the
police station. The two men saw his act
and returned to the store, covering him
with their guns. "Don't call 176 on ua."
They ordered him to throw his revolver out
In the middle of the floor and then rifled
his money drawer, taking about IT. They
also took hla gun and a box of cigars.
Jua aa they left the More two street cara,
one on the Harney line and the other on
Cuming atreet, stopped In front . of tha
store. Mr. Tlnkham heard tha men order
the cara to move on. Mr Tlnkham aald
tha men fired several shots In the store. He
found evidence about the furniture Of five
abota In addition to tha ona that struck
him on the hip. '
He la the Identical Man.
"He la the identical man," he said, point
ing to the defendant. In reaponea to a ques
tion whether he was sura Lawrence was
the man. Lawrence, he aald, fired aoroa of
Charlea C. Schaeffer, who worka on the
Nebraska Tribune, waa on tha Cuming
atreet car. He testified he saw Tlnkham
with hla hands up standing in the atore.
Then two men came out and tha taller of
ma iwo came toward tna car ne was on
and ordered It to move on. Ha aald he got
a good view of the man and ha la poaitive
the defendant wae tha man.
Ernest Campbell, a young man who, with
three companions, was standing at tha cor
ner of Thirty-third and Cuming streets at
tha time of the holdup, added a strong link
to tha chain of avldenoa around Lawrence
when he identified tha hat Lawrence wore
into the court room as tha one tha tall
man had on by soma plna with which the
band waa attached to the crewn. Ha aald
he remembered seeing tha plna while Law
rence had hia back turned to him. He also
Identified Lawrence aa tha tall man and
declared there waa no doubt In hla mind
about It. He and his' companions noticed
the two men loitering around the corner
before tha holdup and ha got a good look
at both of them. After the holdup ha aald
he went to a neighboring houae, got a gun
and took two ahota at tha fleeing bandits,
but did not hit either of them.
AU three of the wltneaaea teetlned Law
rence had en a suit of dark clothes and a
black alouch hat. and that he had two ,or
three days' growth of beard on his faca.
Lawrence la being defended by John B.
Wtrk ef a. kea Waat Ad.
The value of The Bee as aa advertising
medium waa demonstrated Friday morning:
In tha recovery of a handbag and ether
valuable that had been loet on a street
car by Mrs. J. F. Murphy, wife at Dr.
Murphy of the naval recruiting station, last
Saturday afternoon. The advertisement
was inserted In The Bee Thureday evening
and Friday morning the property waa re
stored to Ita owner by the finder, a Salva
tion Army woman. Among the other valua
bles 4a the handbag- waa e Japanese aard
case valued at
WllllMlli I MIIIBMaaBMMMMBaBMBBMi
ALL THE 6. H. M.
FOR THE MAN WHO WEARS 34. 35 OR 36 SUITS
A great bargain in Summer Suits for young men or small men. Suits are in odd sizes, but are new and up-to-date.
Worth as high as ten dollars.
ON SAIJE IN THE BASEMENT
Men' Low Shoex Lace, Blucher and button, patent colt, gun metal
Ian Russian calf, black vlci kid eve ry pair welt sewed, $4 and
4.50 values, at
Ladies' Oxford Court ties and pumps
dull or bright leathers. $4 values, at.
patent tip Ox-j Men's tan high and
Babies' barefoot san
dals, all colors, soft
soles (base- f"
ment) 1 JC
sandala (base- "If
ment), pair. . JC
NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY.
A pretty home wedding waa that of
Miss Winifred Ruth Edwards, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton F. Edwards, and
Mr. Frederick Cyrue Parsons, which took
place Thursday evening at 8:S0 o'clock at
the residence of the brlde'a parents, ItJt
Charles street, the ceremony being per
formed by Rev. A. 8. C. Clarke, in the
presence of 100 guests. As the wedding
party descended the stairway, Mr. Louie
Orcutt of Council Bluffs played the
Lohengrin wedding march, and Masters
Maynard Buchanan and Albert Edwards.
In aults of white, advanced, carrying
baskets of. sweet peas, from which they
drew the ribbons, forming an aisle for
the bride and her attendants. The other
ends of the ribbons were held by little
Misses Rachel Metralt and aiarjorle John,
son, who took them up after the bride
passed through. Miss Elisabeth Clarke, In
a dainty white dress, carried the ring In
an Eaeter lily and Mlaa Grace Edwards,
alater of the bride was maid of honor,
while Mr. Lewis Whitehead waa bet man.
The bride, who entered with her father,
waa lovely In her wedding gown of while
Persian lawn, elaborately trimmed with
tucks, shirring and flounces. A long tulle
veil fell to the hem of her gown, and she
carried a shower of bride's' roses and
swansonia. The maid of honor was gowned
In green bans I silk with lace trlmmlnga,
and carried pale pink carnatlona. A color
scheme of green and while waa carried
out In the decorations, a profusion of
white carnations, rosea and ferns being
used. The ceremony waa performed In the
rear parlor, under a large white wedding
bell, before a window, which waa fes
tooned with amllax and pink rose and
banked with palms. In the dining room a
large basket of bride's roses and ferns
graced the center of the table. Punch was
served on the plana by the Misses Jscobl
and Frlcke. Mr. and Mrs. Parsons left for
Chicago, to take the lake trip and after
August I will be at home at 1108 Ham
ilton atreet. As the bride departed, she
threw her bouquet, which waa caught by
Miss Grace Edwards. A number of out-of-town
gueata were present.
wedding, beautiful in every aetall and
at tha same time most unique and un
usual, waa tha Roaenthal-Slnger double
wedding, which waa solemnised last even
ing at 1:10 o'clock at the Metropolitan
club, when Rabbi Co hn. In the presence of
about aeventy-five gueats, performed the
ceremony which united Mias Stella Singer
and Mr. Israel Roaenthal and Mlsa Flor
ence Singer and Mr. Leo Rosenthal, the
brides being the daughters of Mr. and Mr.
Charlea J. Singer. It la not often that ona
wttneases tha marriage ol twa sisters fo
two brothers and those who were pres
ent last evening will longremember the
Imposing wedding proceaelon and the lm
preeetve ceremony. Aa the strains of the
Lohengrin wedding maruA, played by an
orcheatra atatloned In the reception hall
were heard, the bridal party entered the
parlor of the club. -where Mr. Israel Ros
enthal and his bast auan, Mr. Sidney
ALL THE 8. H. M.
Worth up to 1
all newest styles and best 6 AX
I.adlM' Ba Inland White Cam-aa Court
TIM, cnvs covrd heels, reg- f AC
ular 12.60 quality; Saturday -
Finger, and Mr. Leo Rosenthal and his
beat man, Mr. Jay J. Singer and Rabbi
Conn were waiting. First came Miss
Stella Singer's attendants, Mrs. William
R. Singer of Sallna, Kan., matron of honor,
in a princess gown of white net over pink
silk, and carrying pink carnations and
sweet peas, walking first, followed by the
two bridesmaids, Miss Sarah Roaenthal
and Mlsa Tina Conn, who preceded the
bride, Mias Stella Singer, on the arm of
her father. After a short pause the sec
end bridal party entered, lead by the maid
of honor, Mlea Rena Rosenthal, wearing a
pretty gown of white point d-eaprit over
taffeta and carrying a ahower of pink car
nations and sweet peas. Next came the
two bridesmaids. Miss Blanche Rosewater
and Miss Cora Rosenthal, and then tha
bride. Miss Florence Singer, on the arm of
her brother, Mr. William R. Singer. Miss
Stella Singer was lovely in a rennalssance
lace robe over silk and chiffon, while Mist
Florence Singer presented a charming ap
pearance In a beautiful gown of whirs em
broldered net over chiffon and taffeta. Rmh
wore long tulle veila and carried whi'e
biblea and their only ornaments were peart
neck laces, with pearl and diamond penJ
danta. the gifts of the grocmn TI'.c brides
maids were all attired alike In fihenr 'i-hlte
gowns of laf-e and mull, ovor silk, arid car
ried showers of sweet pens. In their hair
they wore wreaths vt wet peua, aa id
the maid and matron of honor. Mrs. i '.
J. Singer, the mother of the brides, wre
a beautiful costume of grey luce with
foundation of silk and Mrs. M. J 7lns
enthal, mother of the grooms, wan gowned
In grey silk, trimmed with iuefr. The cere
mony waa performed ir'.-r s beautiful
canopy of amllax and pink sweet peas
and carnatlona, and about the room were
palms and trimmings of asparagus ferns
and pink and white blossoms. Rabbi Cohn
first married Miss Stella Slngr and Mr.
Israel Rosenthal ar.d then thy stepped to
one side and Miss Florence Singer and Mr.
Leo Roaenthal were married. Following
congratulations an elaborate wedding ban
quet was served, the table being artis
tically adorned with pink carnations, plum
osus ferns and several pink-shaded cut
glass candelabra. Mr. W. R. Singer acted
aa toaatmaater and touts were happily
responded to by .Messrs. Edward Rose
water, Frank Rosewater, Charles Rose
water, C. 8. Elgutter, Simeon Bloom and
Dr. Charles Rosewater. During the Sup
per over fifty telegrams of congratulations
were read. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Rosenthal
left for a western trip and on their return
will be at home after August 1, In this
city. Mr. snd Mra. Leo Roaenthal will
spend several weeks In the east and will
be at home In Chicago after Auguat '1.
Among the eut-of-town gueats were Mrs.
M. J. Rosenthal and tha Miasea Roaenthal
of Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mra. J. Rose
water, Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Btnger, Sallna, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs.
Big Simon of Ida Orova, la.
Mlsa Luell Beatrice Anthony and Mr
Rosa O. Velllnger were quietly married at
the boma of tha bride'e parents on Sher
man avenue, Thursday afternoon. The
father of tha bride, tha Rev. Cheriee W.
Anthony, performed tha ceremony. Men
delaaobn's wedding anarch waa played by
the staler of the bride. Mies Mary C Aa
luecjr. Tna bridal vi waa prlAoeee
tho Entiro Surplus
and right up to date from the famous tailors
wool blue serge suits and dressy outing suits.
by the Deot Wow York Tailors
Worth up to
&t . . .
From the Dea flolaea Stock
"New styles for summer mohair,
pongees, mercerized oxfords, light
weight flannels none worth less
than $2 and up
to $2.50 and $3
on big bargai
square at, ,
All the balance nf the Dee Mnlnes
stock Men s Underwear, the
f the D Moines l
;nderwer. Mc OK-
S. At ltJW
and 75c values, at .
All the Men's 11.00 Shirts, new Srtr l
style and made of white radium silk and
Valenciennes lace. The bet1 -uet was bride'
roses. Following the ceremony waa a re
ception from 2:30 to 4 o'clock. The decora
tions were ferns, smilax and pink roe.s
Mr. Voillnger Is the editor of tha Defiance
Enterprise, and after August 1, Mr. snd
Mrs. Voillnger wilt be at home rn De
Mrs. eOorge Kelley gave a preUy
luncheon on Wednesday at the Field club
In honor of Mias Zuft of Dubuque and Mra.
Brown of Washington. At the table which
had a pretty trimming of nasturtiums,
rovers were laid for: Mesdnmes Brown,
Washington; E. D. Van Court. Roblduux,
Kelley. John Eyler, R. I. Busch, W. L.
Ross, Miss Zuft.
Wednesday evening, at the home of the
bride. lfflU North Twenty-flret atreet, Mr.
John "W. Dirksnn and Miss Elisabeth Miles
were married by Rev. E. R. Curry, pastor
of Calvary Baptist church. Tha marriage
was wltneesed by the Immediate relatives
and a few friends. Mr. Frank E. Wieck
and Miss Mse Med look assisted at grooms
man and bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Dirk
snn will make their home In Avon, 8. lD.,
where for some rime Mr. Dlrkson has been
established In business. Mrs. Dlrkson will
be mlfteed from Smong her large circle of
friends In Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Heyden have returne'
from a visit to Boston. New York, Detrol
and other eastern cities.
Miss Mamie Collins, formerly of Omaha,
whose home Is now In Waco, Tex., Is In the
city for a month's visit with her sister snd
! ether relatives.
Mlsa Laura Congdon gave a delightful
bridge party at the Country club yeeterday
afternoon In honor of Miss Whiting and
Mlsa Edith Piatt, the guest of Miss Potter.
The game waa played at eleven tables, the
We oaver tha entire Bald ef Cbronla.
Northwest Cor. 13th and
THESE ARE THE GREATEST IN OUR
THE O. H. M.
All the Men'a II JO Underwear, Qf
fine hale, plain and fancy, at..'''
11.1. mrtA VmmmK
r.n.h i... and Trench mercarlaed
'lk Otla Union Suits, worth Kfi
i is no. at .-. ..ww
prizes being won by Miss Moorehetd snd
.Mlsa Potter. '
Mrs. Blanche Van Court Schneider will
arrive tomorrow to spend a few days with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Van Court,
before going east, where she will teach at
Chautauqua. N. T., during the summer.
An enjoysbla luncheon waa given at tha
Country clyb yesterday In honor of Mrs.
Klrkendall'a guest, Mlsa Lovelaoe, who Is
one of the Inatruetore at Mra. BoovlUe'e
school In New Tork, tha hostesses being sev
eral Of her former pupils. Covers were
Isld for Miss Lovelace, Miss Brady, Miss
Klrkendall. Mlsa Helen Davis. Mies Edna
Keellne, Mlsa Mary Alice Rogers. Miss
Whiting. Mra. Louis Nseh, Mrs. Klrken
dall, Mrs. Thomas Rogera and Mra. F. H.K
Mr. and Mra. Eugene Duval and Mlsa
Alice Duval left Friday for a short visit In
Miss Penelope Deuel of New Tork. who
waa the guest of Mra. D. L. Johnson, has
One of the most enjoyable affairs of tha
week was tha dinner given at the Field
club Wednesday evening by th Harmony
club. The table, decorated with red car
natlor.a, red-shaded candles and red rib
bons, was laid for Messrs. snd Mesdames
E. A. Benson, R. W. Breckenrldge, J. F.
Dale. R. J. Dinning. F. A. Ewlng, R. D.
Pollard. D. V. Bholea. W. L. Selby. H. N.
Wood. B. T. White, K. V. Van Court,
Munger, J. W. Robblna, McCoy and Bcrlb
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