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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1906)
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The Finest irt Omaha
No woman will wisely choose her winter suit or coat without
first feeing the collection assembled here, for it is the broadest
showing made in Omaha, and nowhere in the greater cities are
more and finer styles to be seen. "We have concentrated on
women's suits and coats, made a specialty oT them, as it were, and
in our great gathering is every good new 6tyle; such excellent
workmanship as appeals at once to discriminating taste and such
exceptional values as appeal to everybody. Come "Wednesday
arid view the beautiful styles.
. The best $10.00 coat in 'America to be seen in our model Cloak
Second floor. ;
Open Saturday Evenings.
Howard Cor. Sixteenth Street.
oeked a Side door. Mr. Chambers did not
ive tha man. Ha knowa It wae three mln-
iitea past 10 when ha got hla key and
itarted outside to go to tha alda door, for
he asked a man the time before he left
the dancing hall.
The police atin decline to disclose tha
Identity of the two peraona who aaw the
man at Twenty-fifth and Farnam.
Several arrests of aueplcloua character,
both black and white, hava been made In
the last twtnty-four hours and several of
those arrested have been released. Jim
Dlgga, tha negro who wa- charged with
the murder of Frank Wheeler several
months ago. ha been lodged In Jail, but
tha police do not any that Ms arrest has
any connection with the Investigation of
the Rummelhart murder. Nat Crowder. a
colored man . from Creaton, la,, waa ar
reated Monday evening on ausplclon. A
telegram from Chief Donahue to Creston
Tuecdsy established the fact that Crowder
waa In Creaton Saturday night.
The man's handkerchief found at the
scan of the murder Is held under lock and
key and no one outside of the detectives Is
allowed to see tt.Captai Mostyn says the
Initials on It can be plainly distinguished,
but It is Imperative to keep them secret.
Humors In abundance were unearthed by
the police Tuesday. One report waa that a
colored man had been seen by a woman
and her little boy heading for the railroad
tracks at Fprty-flfth and Dodge streets
late Saturday night,' evidently for the pur
pose of hopping a train. This story was
Investigated Tuesday -morning by Detec
tives Mitohqlt and Bhephard and reporter1
for The Bee, but no one in the vicinity
could be found who had seen this negro, i
During the canvasa of the nelghbo. hoed I
bounded by Forty-third, and Forty-fifth 1
streeta and Dodge and' Hamilton atreeta a
clue waa unearthed which may prove to be
of- the utmost Importance. Mrs. John
Lynch of 18S North 'Forty-third avenue said
that a suspioious-looking negro hit been
seen by ber Saturday about noon. She waa
able to give a most accurate description of
the eoored man. Mrs. Lynch said he waa
about five feet seven Inches tall, weighing
about 140 or ISO pounds, .and wben seen by
her was wearing a light-colored tan soft
hat, which was badly rolled, a black coat
and vest and a pair of dark trousers with
an Indistinct stripe. '
"Whan 7 first saw tha man ha was slant-
j That Hustling
Charlie) Withnell 1 kept so busy
by Omahs'f buUdlg boom that he
hasn't had time to order at many
MacCarthr-Wilson Salts this Fall
as usual, i ; ".-'.
Therefore, hereby Invite him
to inspect oar building the build
ing of MacCarthy-Wllsoa Fall
8ulU If Charlie can pick any flaw,
we'll give him the pick of our fin
eat Fall Suitings. .
Suits and Overcoats fo Ordew,
$25.00 to $50.00
Phone, Doug. IS. '- So. lth At.
Kext door to Wabash Ticket Office
New Fall Hals and Caps
Newest head ear in wonderful variety, Hats and Caps for big
boys and little boy Hats and Caps for Mg girls and little girls. We
never saw so many Hats apd Caps assembled in one great array."
Hoys' Tourist Caps, ' Golt Caps,
Club Caps etc., in plain eolors
and fancy mixtures, ft, tie, 76e
noVS FELT HATS.
Boys' single or double Telescope
Hats, in gray or black S2.00
Boys' Tan Telescope Hats, with
black bands .9Z.HO
Boys' dark gray Telescope Hata,
with plain bands $1.78
Boys' Maple Telescopes and tha
0w Platlron Hats $1.30
WHITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
Bee, October 10.
'in on Davenport street, near tha corner
of Forty-first street, and my attention wee
rlrst attracted to him by his stooping aa
elose aa possible to the around in tha waeda
avoid being sen by a man on a blrj clo
. who wag coming toward tha corner on
Forty-first street." aald Mr. Ijynch. "After
tB rnan 0B th wheel went by ha turned
't toward my house, and after going
around the corner of the house entered the
front 7,rd toT f'w n'nnt uB
m front steps. Then ha came up on the
porch and tried tha front door, when he
aaw me standing In the window, and then
went around to the north aide of the hoiie
and looked In our kitchen window. Thle
frightened me ao I. got my revolver from
the front bad room, opened the back door
and told him he'd get a taate of the re
volver If be didn't get away real quick.
When be aaw the revolver he moved awsy
from the. house, but swore at me some
thing dreadful and continued swearing at
me aa he walked up Davenport atreet
toward Forty-first atreet, where I lot sight
of hlra aa ha went over the hill."
ftegro wHk Stick.
Saturday afternoon Chief of Detectives
Savage unearthed a bit of Information
which has a bearlna- on the tnvmtrrrv snf
' which he conaidera reliable. One of his
men Interviewed a girl who was accosted
by a negro Saturday night shortly after 10
o'clock on Dodge atreet half way between
Twenty-aecond and Twenty-fourth streets.
Mr. Savage will not disclose the name of
the girl. She says the man bad a atlek lit
Ms hand. . He stopped her and asked her
If ahe knew where Mr. Patterson lived.
She waa so frightened at the time that she
is unable to give a description, but ,she
plainly recognised the man to be a negro.
Mora Negroes Arretted.
A negro named Marshall Brown, about
4o years of age, waa arrested Tuesday aft-
emoon by Deteetlve Patulla on ausplclon
of being Implicated In the Dodge street
tragedy. The negro has a gray mustache
and gray side whlakera. He elalma to have
been working Friday and Saturday at
Twenty-fifth and Farnam streeta He Is
being held for further Investigation,
Another colored man, giving the name
of Ben Wright, was arrested Tuesday aft-
ernoon at til Jackson street by Officers
Goodrich and Aught. Ha la a very heavy-
set negro and very black, with a bad cut
Over the left eye, which was bleeding when
he was arrested. He is about Si years of
. . ,.-
Police officers are Interviewing all street
ear conductors they ean to find whether
any of them saw suspicious Individuals on
their cars the night of the tragedy.
Soath Omaha Officers Active.
The South Omaha police since the report
ef the atrocious murder of Miss Rummel-
jhart Saturday night, have been working
quietly on the esse. They, .as the ethera,
have only the most fllmsey of clues to
work on. but they are going on the suppo
sition that, as In the case of -many who
have laid the scene of their crimes In
Omaha, the crlmlpal ha a sought refuge In
this city. The theory is still further sup
ported by the description of a man eovered
with blood who was seen about 11:30 p. m.
hy one of the Ames avenue conductors
and upon whose car the bloody stranger
rode to South Omaha. The police at one
time almost had their hands on the man.
but at the time when nothing waa known
of the crime In Omaha.- The deteelive
force waa at work nearly all of last night
running down a tip. Elsfelder made the
declaration that he-would, if everything
turned out well, have something material
to report before twenty-four houra had
passed. He , refused , .to . divulge what
knowledge he possessed. .As In the other
cases In whleh calared men have . been
auspected. Officer Ballew has been working
quietly among the South Omaha colored
population, and If any of them know any
thing In connection with the crime he la
very likely to dim-over the clue. The
whole department la on the alert. . The
chief Is working night nnd day In connec
tion with the officers.
lAt a Iste hour Detectives Ferris and
Dunn visited South Omaha . from the
Omsha department. Officer Ballew was
called In off his beat and the twa detec
tives gave him a minute description of a
man wanted. After that they held a con
ference and the officer stated that he knw
a man whom the disrrlpttrn fitted quite
One has to sea tha new Caps for
gitjs to know how much style can
be had in a simple Cloth Cap.
"Peter Pan" Tam O'Shanters,
. "Edith Barker Caps." "Fayette"
Caps, values von will appreciate
at, every price, J down to..50c
Bright little Hata and Caps for
every little head, Napoleons, Sail
ors, Turbans, Glengarrys, etc.
perfectly. 11 sat4 that the party he bad
In mlr.a would bear watching. The three
rre Joined" hy Captain Turnqulet end all
went nut m a search for the missing rnan.
Th search was continued nearly all night,
but without results.
HUM nHm.HaIT t,Al AT HKT
HsarsH by Wear FriraH We
Attest Ber Fwaeral.
The funeral of Miss Joserhlne Hummel
hart, was held yesterday afternoon from
the residence of her brother, Joseph Rum
melhart. Til North Forty-first street. A
large nnumber of friends of the deceased
bad gathered to pay the last respects t
the woman who bad lost her life in such
a brutal manner, and numerous beautiful
floral decora tlnna were sent by loving
friends untn one end of the room wae a
solid bank of flowers.
Taking for hla text the words. "Be stIU
and know that I am Ood." Rev. J. V.
Carlson said In parti
"At the close of nj wek of general en
joyment for us all, like a thunderbolt from
a clear aky came the brutal murder "f
the woman whom weJ all knew and loved
for her blemeless. upright life.
"Her terrible death at the han1 of an
unidentified asssastn shocked the entire
city and the thought that It was something
that came from no fault of her own. or
through any accident that might have been
averted, makes It sit the more horrible.
"Her character and her soul In those
awful moments were i blameless and un
polluted as in her former lifetime, for' the
only death which Is really terrible Is whn
one dies in sin.
"Death could never come too suddenly
for such a one as Miss Rummelhsrt.
1 cannot close without a word of warn
ing to the young'people of thta elty. espe
cially to the young women, who ofttlmes,
by their actions, place themselves In the
danger which this time fell upon One who
was absolutely blameless.
"I am not here to present a case against
the perpetrator of this horrible crime; I
am herV to try and offer such consolation
as may be possible to those who are
Relatives front out of town who had
come to the funeral were: Mrs. Mamie
Hansen' of St. Louis, a sister; Mrs. Cell.
Kurts of Iowa City, a sister, and Mrs.
Gross of Iowa City,, an aunt. The services
were read by Rv. J. V. Carlson, pastor
of the Zlon Lutheran Swedish church. The
pallbearera were P. .A. Edqulst, Thomas
S. Kelley, J. D. Daly, O. L. Wohlford.
J. O. Gross and L. L. Jacobson. Interment
waa at Prospsct Hill cemetery.
TWO WOMEX IEB 8TR ARtiE MRS
finest -of Y. W. C. A. Home Eneoaater
Pair at Fatal Corner.
Louise Larson' of Wolbach and Eva
Jacobson of CuMhlng, la., while pssplng
Twenty-sixth and Dodse streets about 10.30
Saturday evening, noticed two suspicious
looking men standing on a corner. The
young women hurried on to their lodging
place, the Scandinavian Young Women's
Christian association, one block.' distant.
Tbe women told Mies Matilda Berg, Miss
Larson's cousin, that one of the men ap
peared Intoxicated, but neither made any
remark. The- young women returned to
their homes Sunday. Miss Berg did not
learn whether the men referred to were
white or colored.
BURKE INQUEST AND REWARD
(Continued from First Page.)
station between 8 and B- o'clock Sunday
evening with two other young men. They
both gave an accurate description- of young
Burke, even to the clothns and , hat he
wore, before Captain ' Haze had. described
hlra to them. When they were shown a
photograph of young .Burke ' they , both
recognised i without hesitancy.; The de
scription of the two young men1 accompany.
Ing Burke Is withheld for prudential rea
sons. Captain Hase expressed the opinion that
young Burke may have fallen off the aah
ear, but cannot understand how It waa
that the body should have been found ly
ing so far from the car. ' He had made
no other discoveries that could throw any
further light on the mystery.
Ys.sg Ma a with Girl.
A elgnlflrent Incident waa told by a
street csr conductor to the effect that
about o'clock Sunday night a young man
and young woman got onto his car at
Ames avenue and rode out to Florence.
Tha young man answered a partial descrip
tion of young Burke, but not an accurate
one. Tbe young man aaked the conduc
tor when the next car would come out and
at what time they could return. They left
the ear at Florence and he saw nothing
more of them. NThey did not return on his
This Incident was not Inquired into at
the Inquest. Another story Is current that
Captain Hare has found conductor who
Identified Burke as one of three young
men who were on a Florence car Sunday
night One of the men was stall and the
other short. They stood on the rear plat
form and all appeared to be aober. How
ever, Captain Hate made no reference to
thla Incident In Ma testimony before the
rt'XKRAI, OP HKMERT . Bt'RKR
ody Will Be Barled at rarest Uwa
The funeral of Herbert C. fetirke will be
held Wednesday at 3 p. m. from the resi
dence of his aunt. Mrs. P. J. Dale, 211
Farnam etrevt. with interment at Forest
Lawn cemetery. Friends are Invited te at
tend the funeral. Mrs. deorge Burks,
mother of Herbert Burke, and his sister,
Mies Rita Burke,' who is two years older
than he. arrived rrom Lincoln Monday to
attend the funeral. Miss Burke 1s attend
ing the University of Nebraska. Other rel.
Stives In the city , are: Mrs. P, J. Dale,
a sister of Mrs. Burks; Mrs. W. 8.
Beecher, a sister of Mrs. Burke, and her
children, and Mr. Cr.arlee Burke, a brother
of Herbert Burke'a father. Mr. Burke was
la tbe commission business with his
brother at South Omaha and continues the
business after the death ef his brother,
which occurred about six weeks ago.
Other relatives attending the funeral will
be: F. 8. Rlckley of Columbus, Mrs.
Louise Archer of Columbus, W. 8. Rlckly
and daughter of Dundee, W. J. Rlckly and
wife of South Omaha end Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Baldwin of this city. '
SUGAR CASE INDICTMENTS
Kew Yerk T,ri Jar Hetaraa Eight
Bills' ta Reseat Rebate
j . . , .
XFW TOKK. Oct. .-Elght Indictments
Iq tbe so-called augar rebate ease were
handed d?n by the October federal grand
Jury, which completed Its labors today.
The Indictments were found earlier In the
year,, but were never officially reported
The Indictments mere as follows:
Againat the American Sugar Refining
company, the American Sugar Refining
Company of New Yet k and C. Goodlow
company' ef New Tork and C Goodlow
Edgar and Edwin Eale for receiving re
bates from the New Tork Central ptail
rosd companyi against the Western Transit
company for ghlr.g rebates to the American'
Sngir Refining company and the American
Sugar Refining Company of New Tork;
againat the American Sugar Refining Com.
puny of New To;k for receiving rebates
j from the Wcatern TranMl company, and
Turn Your Facn
ll&ny & Man Has. Failed Ba
causo Hi Fact Was ft
Picture of Calamity.
It takes sunshine to produce a rose, a
perfect rose. And so man. to be success
ful, must bare sunshine Inside, The life
which has It not, which has no health and
no happiness, la sour, surly, pessimist!:,
and a failure. The world already baa too I
many vinegar faces that breathe Ill-will
and strife. The world wanta Joy, comfort,
sunshine and will cling to the man who
haa It, who radlatea gladness and triumph
wherever he la and under all circum
stances. Sotae people have a genius for seeking
cut the disagreeable, the crooked, the bad
and the ugly. These are the destroyers;
they travel In schools, they herd together,
for they love their kind.. and the cheerful
part of the world will have nothing to do
And why is it that so many peddle dis
aster, knowing at the same time that if
they do, their lives will be ruined? Some
people cannot help It. for pessimism usu
ally comes from bodily disorders, and this
cannot always he prevented. The stom
ach, for instance. Is the most common
cause of discontent, sour face, reckless
ness, disgust and lark of ambition. A bad
stomach there ht the secret of many a
failure. Anyone can have a good stom
ach, a atrong stomach, a stomach that can
take care of anything and everything that
Is put Into It, no matter whether it Is a
very bad stomach now or not. Then why
not have It?
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do this very
.thing. One Ingredient .of these irttle tab
lets digests t.CW grains of foods, and no
matter how bad is your dyspepsia or Indl
gestlon. these tablets will digest every-I
thing In yoUf stomach thoroughly ' and
completely, and better and quicker than a
healthy atomach can do" the Same thing.
Stuart's Dyspepsia "Tablets - will Cure
quickly loss of appetite, brash, irritation,
burning sensation, nausea, heartburn,
eructations, loss of. vim and spirit, bad
memory, and dyspepsia and Indigestion
In their very worst forms. .
No ether little tablet In the world ean
do so much. Ton aheuld carry Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tableta around with yoa whore,
eves you go and take them after meals.
Then only will you realise what It Is to
njoy a meal, and what perfect digestion
means. Tour whole body and your mind
will feel the effects; your vim will in
crease, you will be more satisfied with
what the world does, yon will think' hap
pier and be happier and your face will be
one of supreme contentment, . That will
bring you success and then more success.
Tour face wilt bring you dollars. Try It.
It will cost you just K0c for a package of
these wonderful Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets, at any drug store on earth.
against the Delaware, Lackawanna It
Western HatlroaA company for giving re
bates to the American Sugar Refining com
pany, and the. American Sugar Refining
Compsny of New York; against the Amer
ican Sugar Refining Company of New York
for receiving rebatea. f rom the Northern
Steamship company; -against the . New
York Central ft Hudsoiv. River railroad for
giving rebates to : the Brooklyn Cooperage
company; against the .Brooklyn Cooperage
company for. receiving rebates from the
NSw York Centra:. A. Hudson River rail
road. J; . ,; "..i.r v .
, (Continued irom FlrsU Page.) ih , ,
the line relating 'to the probation of a
will, which -states that 12 Is tbe fee" for
that service. TWIs." however, is not the
only Instance of the collection bf $2 where
It should have been-lo cents; It Just hap
pena'to be mentioned first In this' case.
There were alsb' fees collected for al
lowing final report, discharges Of ad
ministrator, recording, T6te. which were
not done In fact, thus mskirg an Item
of $4.85 of unearned fees collected. Mrs.
King, after becoming' thoroughly eras,
persted-by combined extortions and In
competency, Is credited with having made
some real Interesting - and unmistakably
plain observations to the ex-Judge a few
weeks sgn, which' csused him to do some
very lively side-stepping until he could
get the records all straight. v
But Williams got (he fees.
He paid them back.
But yet. after all, Williams overlooked
something In this last case. There was a
certificate and aeal to copy due, for which
he didn't collect Any feta. Of course he
didn't do the work, but' It waa his duty
to do it and' the' administratrix supposed
from what Williams told her thst. cvery
i thing had been' properly arranged and
would gladly have paid for It had it boon
Charles Hoffman' waa guardian for Frank
Hoffman, a minor, living between Pierce
I and Norfolk. lie filed guardian'a re
ports January 27,.14. and February 21.
10. along with M altogether for re
cording them. They were not recordej
until' Judge Kelley recorded theoi rn
March la of thla year.
But Williams got the fees.
He paid them back.
All of theae probatei iaises to whit li ref
erences have been niade. were made llvu
issues st the Instance of interested heirs.
or bondsmen early
Advertisers at St. Loili.
ST. I.Ot'18. Vt. . The Sfcond aniiuHl
eonrentlon of the National Federation of
Advertising clubs began here today with
delegates prixent from all over the coun
try. The latgeat d'legatlon Is from Chi
cago, headed by Hugh W. Montgomery,
arttng preeldent of the federation.. Ac
companying the Chicago delegation Is Prof.
P. Karl Burchell of the University of Wis
eonsln, as eieentlve offloer of the feder.
tlon. The .convention will continue fo
DOCTOR'S WORDS , '
Talks Aksil the Aaalysl ef Posts
To the Doubling Thomases, the endorse
ment of a Physician aa to tha wholesome
ness of Postum Food Coffee may be com
forting. . ' (
.When - cofTee causes nervousness -und
dyspepsia, It's time to stop it. And there
Is where Postum Is a true comforter, it l
is a warm, palatable and wholesome bev
rage and at tha same time Is a liquid
. CofTee does barm, not because it's well
or poorly made not because it's high or
low priced but because of the alkaloid
drug caffeine. It contains. ' The habit
ual use of coffee, therefore, forms a drug
A Buffalo physician said recently, "I
have used Postum Food . Coffee In my
family and find It to be all that Is claimed
(or it a most wholesome, delicious bev.
erage. When made and served according
to directions it is certainly delightful and
.'"I have read carefully Dr. Davenport's
analysis of Postum Food Coffee, as print-
. ed on the pkg., which t most heartily en.
dorse. 1 nave seen prescrioing it to- tny
.The Dr. is right and there's a reason.
Read the little book. "The Road te Well-
jxllls" in rk-
OCTOBER -.'in, 1906.
fAX CASES ARE POSTPONED
.UilT9ftdtGi.ii fetal So Tit n thi tarter
Crjit;ei An Concern!
LOSE OUT ON ONE IMPORTANT POINT
Cftmrt Mas Xa JarUdlrtloa 'Where
Arnaaat Js Less Taan fS.O'lO, aaa
la These Conntlea RalU
. roads Mast Pay t's.
iFrofu a Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, Oct. . (opwiai TJe-
gram.) Notwithstanding the protest of At
torney General Brown against postpone
ment Of the argument In the tax cases of
the t'nlon Pacific and Burlington railn ads
against cortaln county treasurers In Ne- :
braska, the cases have gone over until a
full supreme court bench Is present to hair j
oral arguments. The court, however, over
ruled the railroads' appeal on the quest.on
of jurisdiction. This menns that thoae j
Counties In which the taxes sought to be i
enjoined by the two railroads were, less
than $2,mo will receive the tax In full with
10 per cent Interest for two rears. When
tha railroads secured their first temporary
Injunction against the collection of their
taxes the state filed an answer objecting to !
the jurisdiction of the federal court In '
those cases where the taxes enjoined were
teasj than tl.OOO. The state was sustained
In the lower court and an appeal was taken ;
to the United States supreme court. These j
appeals have now been dismissed and It Is
claimed by lawyers there Is no other re
course for the railroads In these cases and
they will have to pay the taxes where the j
amount enjoined Is less than $2,000. - j
The following table shows the Amount of j
assessment In these svernl counties, the
amount of taxes tendered and the amount i
of taxes sousht to bo tn joined:
Amount Amount Sought l e
Adeemed. Tendered. Enjrlned
MSM.M 2.IW.fi9 t tTl.'S
or Paid In to be
1W4 Taxes. November. Enjolred
rtlalne ........ $4.7W.t9 . 1.inS.3S ll.l
Puffalo 6 4.442.27 J.p 31
Chase J.sll.04 -J,?.M yS 10
Oolfair 7ft.7 W5. 2Vf3
Dawson HI 43i.7! . :l.f2
Douglas ....... J.61S.1H 2.M1.79 a1 -87
Garfield l.lfW.tH Ml. 71 250 SO
Oosper ., 4.570. SS 2.(W.T7 l.SfW.M
Grant 4.07. XiR1.fi' l,fiM
Hall S.W2.R4 H.fiaS.W
Haves 1.7R5.SW 1.W7.W 178. '0
Merrick t.434.-!4 3,R So" 1.951.9s
Plntte I.1M.W 7R 2 7.8
Polk .. ...;.... B2.M Wi.2S .lKI.-0
Srpv ......!. s.m.os , .. 73 1.71.7
Bloux ....'.. !,TMJ I.hM.M fVM
Vlev 6.4WV 4.FS1 w !.. 01
Wbefer '. 7iM.4 564.80
Attentions of Attorneys
Maxwell Evarts. assistant general coun
sel for the Union Parlfio railroad, pre
sented to tbe court the reasons why the
Union Pacific cases could not posslblv be
argued st this time In the absence of a
brief, and nartjculaxly because he doslred
the advancement of one case on all fonts j
with the Burlington case, In which the j
sourt' below .held the tax ss levied was
valid, and he desired ro have this case
advanced and argued at the same time
as the Burlington case. He made the fur
ther point, 'that as a constitutional ques
tion waa involved he desired to present
his arguments' to a full bench and there
fore asked that the case go over until
such time as there was a full bench, the
eaae holding Its position on the docket.
,j Mj.', Brown' throughout Insisted that ft
postponement was Inimical" to the 'Interest
of the1 state;' Ha 'railed' the attention , t
the ootlrt to .the fact that taxes were tied
up and that great Interests were at stake
by reason of the suits brought by the rail
roads. The court, however, decided to
postpone argument of the cases until t
full bench could be present.
Ceal Uad Lltlaratlna.
The supreme court of the United 8tat
extended for sixty 'days the time granted
for the 'pleading of the case of the Bute
of Kansas sgnlnst the United States and
others and' authorised the defendants to
file a demurrer. The ease Involves tbe lsrcfa
cost land grants to the Missouri, Kansas U
Texas Railroad company, concerning which
much was said at the last session of con
gress. On motion of Assistant District Attorney
Cook of San Francisco the supreme court
of the United States todsy dismissed the
case of George Collins, a San Francisco
sttorney, who Is under prosecution on
Charges of perjury and bigamy. I the I
case as presented here Collins sought to
secure release on writ of habeas corpus.
The dismissal of the case was due to hla
failure to complete the .record.
HeaaarlaL E. Rose water.
,At the twenty-sixth annual meeting of
Old-Time -.TelegTSpheni and ftorlety of
United Slates . Military Telwrraph Corps
here todsy a memorial to Edward Rosn.
water, editor and proprietor of The Ornnha
Bee, who recently died, was read by Colo
nel W, B. Wilson, president of the Society
of United States Military Telegraph Corps.
A reaulutlon eulogising Mr. Kosewater was
read and, pussed. A' copy will be st-nl to
Mlnur Matters at Capital.
Rural . carriers appointed: Nehraska
' Beaver. City, route t; Frank B. Iong, car.
rler; James W. Axtell, substitute. Iown -
route 5; Chalmers Stewart,
carrier; . Franklin Main.
' Williamsburg, route i; Earl B.
j rli-r; G. A. Vendebui g. substitute.'
SPANISH VETERANS UNITED
Meraer ef Kew Katie. So-let,
that of Xatloaj Is
WASHINGTON, Oct. .-The feature of
the encampment and reunion of the United
Spanish Veterana today will he the parade
which takes place In the afternoon. The
principal bualness at the morning session
waa the ratification of the amalgamation or
the Legion ef Spanish War Veterans of
Massachusetts and New Hampshire, num
bering approximately sno men.
With the I'nlted Spanish War Veterana
various committees submitted reports.
DEATH RECORD. '
ROUE. Oct. t The Marchess del Griilo.
better known aa Adelaide RUtori, the cele
brated Italian actress, died today of pneu
MONTREAL. Oct. . Arebblbop Bond,
primate of all Canada of the Anglo-Canadian
church, died here today, aged 91 yeara.
Peases Cases Appealed.
CAPE OIRABDEAC. Mo.. Oct..-The
peonage case recently tried here which
resulted In Charlea M. Smith and his son
snd Ave others being flnrd and sentenced
to the Leavenworth (Kan. I penitentiary
will be reheard In St. Louia. Counsel foi
the defenae yesterday made application fo.
an appeal on writ of nrior to the Unlt,l
6ttea court of appeals at 8c lunula. Th.
appeal was granted and the seven defend
ants have been admlttid to ball.
Mrs. Jeaereesi Davie III
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. Oct.
Mrs. J- A. Ilays left Colorado Bprin.
last night for New York City, railed 6)
the announcement of the serious tllneaa o
he- mother, -Mrs. Jefferson Dsvts, widow
ef the prerident of tin- confederate states.
- . 1
1 1 6jiAND h QWARP
You don't need to look in jour pocket took.' for it tnke
vei-y little money to get a WHOLE LOT flj this
DIG BARGAIN S ALfc ' .
Read Carefully What You Can Get foriAlmost Nothing.
WEDNESDAY V ,
Heaty Cream ShaXer Flannel, was "c, now, . -: K-Xp
yard . ...'. !-.
Extra fine fleece back Dress Flannels, worth 10c, now. . ' JLXf
yard .... . " .. vT2
Extra heavy Pillow Cases, linen finish. 3-Inch hem.' wprth S 7'Xf
IS He and t6c, all day Wednesday, each 2
Heavy Twilled Cotton Toweling, special for Wednesday,, . . Jif
yard '. 2
Tabic Napkins -100 doen fin. 17-inch dinner side, grass bleached,
real Imported Irish linen Table Napkins, an 18.00 quality, X QC
on sale Wednesday only ,:.... . v ,' J 3
200 pieces of All Silk Ribbons, In all colors, Including black and white,
1 Inch to 4 inches wide, and worth 10c yard, special fbf ' C
Wednesday ......... J V
These ribbons are great values for any one. and at lha price they
won't last but a very short time. Come early and take your pick. '
6 He Bleached Muslin, the good kinds Fruit of the loni. L-ousdsle,.
Hope and Gold Medal the beat made and worth from H to . Lt
He Wednesday (15 yards to customer), yard. ...Ugi
Extra Heavy Twilled Fleeced Blankets, extra large sUe, worth 1 , CA
$2.25; special for Wednesday, pair .lfU
A SILK SNAP. ' ' v.'.
7 Upecial Sale of Crepe d Chines. " ' '. '
C A 1 a yard for our entire stock of fine Crepe de Chines; in a range
JVC of over 60 plain shades for both street and evening wear. An
excellent soft and clinging fabric for party gowns and.walsts
the real value of this silk Is 86c Wednesday, yard. ....-... : JUL
AN EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN IN CHILDREN'S FALL COATS.
Coats worth up to $ 9.90 go at '....' , '. A' . 2.05
Coats worth up to $6.00 go at . . . .V. .$1.95
Ages 3 to 14 years, mostly broken lines, all colors and mixtures.
beautifully trimmed. ; '
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' FUJI SETS. ,' .
Our new stock open and on display on second floor all the Qm
latest novelties $10.00 to... i........ JOG
. SPECIAL LADIES' WOOL WAISTS,
All wool Nun's Veiling Waists, In black or cream, four rows In wide
- baby inserting, tucked and embroidered, dressy design, an elegant
waist, made to sell at $4.95 special Wednesday, tj '
LADIES' ANT CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. , . "
Exceptional good values in Heavy Undorwear-e-chlldren's heavy
fleeced gray shirts and drawers, first-class goods, value 25a to 4ec each..
Prices 15c, 17c, 10c, 21c, 23c, 85c, 87c, dc. Sic, 8Sc
Sizes 16. 18. 20.
25 Doxen Ladles' Heavy Fleeced Lined Perfect Fitting I'ulon
Suits, gray and cream, 4, 6, 6, Wednesday, each. .......
ON BARGAIN TABLE. ' '
White and cream soft fleeced Underwear, splendid valuej C-
garment , ;
8c HOSIERY 5c
30 dozen ladles' and children's Black Cotton Hose, a grand
value at 10c, W ednesday, pair
, ;lre you saving your
some one else to save it.
Kept. 15, 1902.. . 7o0
Sept. 15, 1904.. 5,756
Sept. 15,. 1906.. 7,904
Oldest, Largest and Strongest Savings Bank in Nebraska
City Savings Banlc,
16th and Douglas Sis.
, lors. M. 0.
Scientist aaa lerlsrrr
: i,:;paUoi.s et oliaraeter of pre) .ninent cltisens selweied tyA'the
udincj ttach evening. . '.
KaVaee Today, ase. Toalgat
CXAg. T. ALPaiCB. "
" lu Bseret Serrtoe Saaa.
Thar, The Kooaablaer'g Saoghtsr.
110 OATITOi AT. -
gtrxoi EBTtoa. best oooxxva.
CBiCKEN PIE DINNER
TODAY, AT y
The Dodge St. Luncheon
1510 Howard St.
Tho.Ortly Popular-Priced '
Restaurant in the City
22. 24. 26, 28. 80, 32, 34.
kS1 '' uswiiijavf h
money or are you allowing
"We respectfully solicit your j
Sept. 15, 1902.. $149,734.99
Sept. 15, 1904.. 412,782.43
Sept. 15, 1906... 972,153.23
i iismshm tesasnas "-- Tf-' "TP.
AT THE LYRIC THEATRE
Katherlne M. H. Blackford. M. D., the dUtin
guluhed scientist and lecturer of the Boston College
of Vltosophy, will deliver a brilliant course of lec
tures on the New Philosophy of Human Life, teach
ing Financial Success, Health and Iltpplncsa In a
new and practical way.
... Tuesday night, S o clock! Subject:. Character
Analysis. -. -' ' - . " -
night. 8 o'clock. Subject: Work: Its
Mental and Physical Deyelouraeat
Thursday night, 8 o'clock. Bnbjectr Health.
Physical. Mental and Moral.
THE LAND OF NOD
A Mnstcal raatasy.
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ay aa 0atutday
TKB WOODWAASD STOCK CO.
v In Ml Win. ,
Prices: Nlghu. Sunday Mats. ln- Rc;
Bams eapeerty bnln r. . '
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Bry sTle-at. Mate. Thars, Bat, aad Sua.
Edward Clark gt Oe., Qaxdnsr and Mad.
dea. WUsoa Bros., u a Xsat, Belif
"-. Teiaea, bajtei k Bluefuxd. B4t4
rrteesi 10, gse aad aoo.
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