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The Omaha Sunday Bee
A Paper for th Hm
THE OMAHA DEC
"PACES 1 TO 8.
VOL. XXXV1-XO. 32.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1907.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
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a Again! Again! Again!
Let's remind you of Green Trading Stamps. They'll furnish
your home without cost of a cent to you. It's our little way "of giv
ing some emphasis with "thank you." A little money goes a
very long way ift this great store a much longer way than else
where and then we positively throttle competition by giving
GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL PURCHASES IN ALL
DEPARTMENTS ALL THE TIME
Linen Bargains for Monday
Final Clearance of Odds and Ends of Linens and White Goods.
80c Cream Table Damask, yd j) j li-ia. Eleached Napkins. uoien...50c
50c Cream Table Damask, yd 35k 21-ln. Bleached Napkins, tlozen .gl.23
75c Bleached Table Damask, yd.. 50 I Si-c White Waistinps. yard 15.
ZZc White W listings, yard.... 20c4,
On Special Table-All remnants of Table Damask. Tuwolicg and
"White Goods at prices that will appeal to you.
Trimmings, Laces and Em
3 i J
2 2 -In. Embroidery Allorer,
In SwIsb and Nainsook. In
English eyelet and Jap ef
fects, worth tip to $ 2.00,
Point de Paris Lace and In
sertion to match, from 2
.to i-in wid all new pat
terns, worth op to 12 c,
20-in. Lace AD overs. In
oriental and imitation
Irish crochet, worth $1.25
yard, at 49
Silver and Black Spangle
Imported Robes, $10. DO
valu, for $6.9S
$19.50 value, for. $12.50
White Embroidered and
Lingerie Robes, new Im
portations have arrived
and are ready for exhib
iting and sale, represent
ing the finest work of the
leading robe makers of
$15.00 Robes at. 12.50
$19.50 Robes at.5i5.OO
$22.50 Robes at.gi9.50
$25.00 Robea at. 23.50
Sample lot of 1,800 yard Colored Novelty Trimmings
from 1 to 4-ln. wide, consisting of black and colored
Silk Appliques, jet and pangled bands, worth up to $2
The Voll mer Clothing Company's
Closing Out Sale in Clothing,
Hats and Caps.
FOR MONDAY'S SELLING
MEN'S ULSTERS, $20 value for $10.00
MEN'S ULSTERS, $10 value, for $5 00
BOYS' PYJAMAS, $1.00 value, for r..50
MEN'S PYJAMAS, $1.50 ones, for 75
MEN'S PYJAMAS, $2.00 ones, for SI 00
MEN'S PYJAMAS, $2.50 value, for $1.25
MEN S PYJAMAS, $3.00 ones, for. . . . .' S1.50
MEN'S PYJAMAS, $400 ones, for $2 00
MEN'S PYJAMAS, $6.00 ones, for $3.00
Cotton, Domet, Silk Mixtures, etc
MEN'S NECKWEAR Four-in-Hands, De Juveniles and
Tecks, $1.00 values, at ' 05
NIGHT ROBES, 75c' values, at ". 3
New Creations in Dress I
Goods 2 Silk Sections
Jus: a peep in this section at thosa dainty, airy, cloud- ?
likfi ' fa brics. with their beautiful colorings, exquisitely p
designed. Plaids, shadow checks, stripes and florals,
intermingling their exclusiveness and originality of de
sign. together wiih their low price quotations, will
make your visit to this section long remembered.
AAA V w i. VA V- -
Women's Suits, Coats, Skirts and
Our early offering of Spring Suits is the most extensive lino
ever brouglit to Omaha, and will be plaoed on Eale Monday morn
ing. Styles are very comprehensive and unique in designs;
cloths are broadcloth, voile, Panama and fancy suitings; color
range is brown, navy, garnet, new shades of tan and the staple
Prices. 395-35-295-250 and - $19.50
. Women's Suit .Section 2nd Floor.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Monday morning we place on sale over 1.000 Skirts new
Spring: models of 1907. All the new pleated models Panama,
Serge and Voile
$19.50, $15, $12.50, $10, $7.50 and $5.00
See window display. '
Eu-ly Spring Suitings in light grey,
tins. browiiS, biues, greens in fact
u full racge of all the most desir
able shades, ranging in
jrice from $2.50 yd.
Silks in Great Demand is indicated by
the wide variety of styles in garments
wherein silks can be utilized to the
best advantage to give that chic ap
pearance obtained by the use of no
other fabric beautiful Persian
plaids, stripes, checks, bars, shadow
designs a yard from
Printed Silk Organdies Daintv flow
ered checks, stripes and
barred effects, from
59c yard down to
New Wash Fabrics Such as Car-
reaux de Soie, Voile de Lisle, fancy
silk wash taffetas, etc.,
a yard, up
French Ginghams, yard 25
Silk Chiffon Wash Goods Verr de
sirable for early
WASH GOODS AND DOMESTIC
Latest creations in the best products.
Many beautiful patterns.
Lorraine Tissue An entirelv new
weave, SU inches
Imported Swisses Beautiful pictur
at ". ,
Other Swisses, a yard, up from 15
EXTRA SPECIAL - MONDAY
MORNING 8 O'clock
We place on sale 7.000 yards Silk
Grenadines, 45 inches wide, black
only, various strije, plaid or em
broidered effects, worth A :J
$1.50 and $2.50 yard, Ifelftf
59c 98c $1.48
$3.95 $4.95 $6.50
$25.00 Women's CoaJs
Fine Kersey Coats, 59 in. long, full satin lined
SMALL FURS AT HALF PRICE
$5.00 SCABFS FOE $2.50
$7.50 SCABFS FOR $3.75
$10.00 SCARFS FOR $5.00
$15.00 SCARFS FOR $7.50
$1.00 FLANNELETTE WRAPPERS for.59
75c FLANNELETTE GOWNS FOR 39
$1.00 FLANNELETTE KEMONAS F0R..69
50c CORSET COVERS FOR 1Q
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Bennett's Big Grocery
An Interesting List of Money-Savers for the Home Pro
vider. Best Qualities, Fresh Goods. Big Varieties
Cornmeal. yellow or white, t-
lb. (k SI
And green trading stamp.
Bennett's Best Coffee, t lbs.
And 100 green trading stamps
Tats, your choice, lb cie
And bt greea trading stamps.
BmUi firtaa Trading Stamps
ma These matst
Cleaned Currants lb.. 10s
Beedleas Raisins, lb ....10s
Seeded Raisins, pkg. ...10s
California Prunsa, lb. . . 6e
Mains Bugar Cora. W close, can
To; dosen Boo
Home mads pars Jelly, Monday,
, glass UHs
New Terk full cream Cheese
per lb SM
And Zt green trading stamps.
Domestic Swiss Cheese. lh gSs
And 20 green trading tamps.
Bennett's Capitol Baaing Pow
der, lb. can Bo
And 10 grxen trading stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Extract, per
And 0 green trading stamps.
pedal to mvedaoe snook, t
Bennett's Capitol Premium Cboo-
olats. lb JOs
Three Star Salmon, tall can 14e
Monsoon seeded Raisins, lb. pkg.
Bennett's Capitol Minoemeat.
Maine Sugar Corn, oan Ts
Diamond 8 Preserves, largs jar,
Bee Hive Pears, largs can. 10s
A. B. C. Catsup, bottle lse
"Best Ws Have"
toes, large cat
And 10 green
Ajiy iv sen
trading stamps, i
for .. S6s
And (0 green
Boap, ( oaaes
And It green trading stamps.
Largs church Candles, each. Be
Double green trading stamps on
Bennett's Capitol Pancaas Flour.
And 10 green trading stamps.
35c dozen, 25t
Mixed Nuts, at
quart .... 10(
on Fruits and
Hardware and House Furnishings
uooa neavy isouers. ud Shaker Ftour Sifter 1 n
from . 96? And twenty Green Tradins
And forty Green Trading Stamps.
Galvanized Wash Tubs at
85c, 75c and 65
And thirty Green Trading
Tin Steamers, at 28c, 24c
And twenty Green Trading
Nickel Plated Flour Sifter,
And twenty Green Trading
Coffee Mills, up from 45
And thirty Green Trading
Flour Bins 85
And forty Green Trading
Fall City Axes 93t
And forty Green Trading
Bound Gt-atars. ...... S
And ten Green Trading
W 1 r Egg
8t .... 60
ty, neat design, fgfS
iiK aozen vaiue;
on sale, 6
Rail or Fancy
Plates, full deco
rations, 75c val
ue; on sale, while supply
lasts, each 3S
Hand Painted Jugs, in the
Eansom shape, beautiful
rose decorations, gold
traced, $1.50, $1.50 and $2
values; on sale, $1.25
and . 89t
Beautiful New Lot English
Rock Teapots, fancy colors and fancy shapes
on sale at $1.00, 57c, 50c and. .... . .45
Hundreds of Pieces Added to Our Close-Out
Dinnerware Lines Flatters, cover dishes,
plates, cups and saucers, fruit 6aucers,
bowls, sugar bowls; values up to $1.00
each, 25c, 10c, 5c and 3
New Cut Glass Thousands of the most beau- t
tiful cuttings. OiJ bottles, $3 val., at $1.9S &
Sugare and creams, pair 2.9S
Bon-bon disLes, olive trays, spoon trays,
vases, etc, values to $2.50; on sale at $1.49
VARIOUS VILWS F WORDS
Etrlkisr Differssos is Tcniomi of Comioll'i
HeaiarLi Ftiturs of Trial
RKsTEST IKJUSTkCE SPEECH THE PIYOT
Atfnvr tmt Deelar FessUi
Wrs with Cert Ik ere f"l
tavc svad Betklas; ksl nicest
Srt ef HrKntM.
Tne tisarlng In tlis Connell contempt
Saturday morning brought out the fact
there ts considerable difference in tlie ln.er
pretstlua put on Mr. Connrll's ord by
the county atuirnejr and tte court and sir.
Council sod asms of bis witnesses. When
sir. Conwll declared after Judge Button
bad said bow bs Intended to rule da the
evcluatiio of ltness Oninib and 21r. Con.
Bell had declared la arguing the question
of wbt-tlier Mr. GrifBtb abould bs eadudea
r hot. tnat such ruttng would be the
ranheat tnjustlc and tbs groaeest error,
bs was not referring to thsruling of Ju?ge
Button, but to an, lllustratloa be bad re
ferred to prertouaiy In his argument, ss
the Arfenss daloia. Tbs oontention of the
stucuuos) Is that bs was ralsrru.g to the
ruling that had
Judge Button. -
Justice of the Peaos Cockrell was the first
witness exaaiined by the defense Saturday.
He was in the court room at the time Mr.
Co an el made refert-noe ts the ruling. He
said Mr. Cunnell was not' talking unusa
allly loud far him and LhaJ he thought the
reference be mads to grossest error and
rankrst Injustice was to as illustration he
had previously used. He did not consider
the attitude of Mr. Cbnnel disrespectful,
ladg EiaailiM W ttaeaeea.
After the attorneys bad finished Judge
Sutton examined him.
"If yon were aitung la a oass and after
you bad passed on a matter the attorney
had declared it was rankest injustice, what
would yon have thought of ltr aaasd
"1 would say it w&a not very respectful. "
was ths answer.
"If yon bad passed on a matter and ths
attorney had said in a loud voice ths ruling
was the grossest error, what would you say
as to that?-
"I would have fined htra rtrtit there."
The defense entered objections to ths
questions, assarting they did not show h
Former L-puty County Attorney T. A
Shot well, who assisted Judge S.abaugh In
prosecuting ihe Howell rue was ons of
ths principal witneesrs for tbs dWense.
He said Mr. Council did hot us the lan.
guags Imputed to him by County Attorney
Blabaugh. When Mr. Connell asked, to blc
address to the Jury, why the prosecution
was started Just before election. Mr. Shot
ell said bo thought be was renewing on
ths county attorney "and not on the court.
He said Mr. Connell a as evidt-nUy trying
ts ir.fluence ths Jury to believe ths prose
cution was for political purposes.
He admitted on cross-cxaniliiatlon that it
was the court and not the county attorney
who cailea the grand Jury, but fcaid it was
dons at the request of ths county attor
ney. He said U had beta ofheffty re
ported that Mr. English had said the proae
cuusn was fur politic! purposes and to
help Judge Slabautrh in his campaign for
re-election. When aaked hat be meant
by XifhciaJly reported" ha explained it had
beea so rtjMjrted in oeaspapers supporting
Mr. English and had been toM him by
other peopla, Hs said he couia not say
positively that Mr. iullat hid used turn
Cou-jiy Attorney nglinh made frequent
objecuvus mv tcnotaeu s rxantinsnos to
his amplifying his ansaers. The county
attorney hocused him of making "stump
speeches" in ths aitneu boa. Juugs but
ton sustained the objection and said:
Tou can't go on hers like a boy in a
vaudeville snow. Vou niuit ansae ques
tions hke any other witness, because you
are a member of the bar docs but "-
J. F. Stout, who assisted Mr. Connell In
ths Howell case, was ths last witness at
ths forenoon session. Hs said Mr. Connell s
atutude was respectful and not boisterous,
but pleasant. One of the controversies, be
said, he considered rtpartee between the
judge and Mr. ConneU." He said Mr. Coa
neii made his retort in a pleasant and
laughing manner." Hs said Mr. Connell
did not at any time show disrespect to the
STIMULANTS CAUSE OF DEATH
Veralet of Cvreaer s Jsry la leases!
Om Body of Charles
Coroner Bralley held an Inquest Saturday
morning over the body of Charles Carroll,
who was found dead early Friday morning
in room at the old European hotel Tenth
and Howard streets. The Jury rendered a
formal verdict that Carroll cams to bis
death from nhturai causes due to the ex
cessive use of alcoholic stimulants.
A telegram was received by the coroner
Friday night from V. J. Iiouui. secretary
of the International Brotherhood of Bteam
Ehovel Firemen, stating that Carroll was a
member of that organization and that his
horns a as at LUin. flks county. O. In
quiries havs been made b Coroner Rr.il
and arrangemenu fur the funeral will uol
oe niaos unui some Information is received
from the author! ties at ti
IRISCO MARKET OF WORLD
Eeuon Vly Werteni Cities Cannot Get
Desired Eatei to Golden late,
CROSBY TALKS ON TARIFF MATTERS
stetaras fross Dcsnr latere tale
CMsaerro Cosssaisslea Meet lag
J hleh Uraa Pasers lsesr
rweUy Reverted, Ho ha a.
Freight Traflic Manager Crosby of the
Burlington was in Omaha Saturday, en
route from Lenver to Chicago. Mr. Crosby
was one of the a-ituefu-B in it. hit.r.u.
Commerce hearing of the complaint oil
lenar against the raiiroadK, chrgli a
discrimination against Ijenver.
"Ths railroads havs announced that a
reduction miU hs mads from Ix-nver to
Idtho points of a per cent in accordance
with tbe reoomm adati'in of Comjniauonur
TTouty," stid Mr. Crosby. "Ths Xenver
newspapers gave an erroneous Impression
of what would be done.
While on the stand at Denver Mr. Crosby
was aaked why Omaha and the Mbtsouri
river was a basing point for rate. Hs re
plied It bad been a baamg point saos ths
railroads were first built, forty years ago.
"Are not conditions different Bow than
forty years agof as asked.
"Forty years ha ve been insufficient In
time to change the geographical location
of Omaha and the Missouri river," replied
"San Franclsoo is a market of the
world," said Mr. Crosliy, "and ths middle
western towns can't expect to get a pro
poruonste rate on stuff which ts named
acrs the continent to that city, for some
of it comes from the old world on a
through rate Another condition is arising:
A boia is now loading .t New York to
carry a cargo of goads via ths Tehuantepoc
railroad across Mexico, which guarantees
to make the trip tn twenty-five days, and
that Is better than is done by most trans
ftpeas at DakeU Beetles.
C. E. Bpens, general fr-lght agent of tbs
Burlington, has returned from Bioux Fells
here he siiended a met ting of the rail
road commission of ttet stsU. T.ie day
aas put In hearing testimony from tbe
Northwestern road. Another bearing will
be bad at Bioux Falls Feb.-uery l., and a
second bearing at Ieadwuod February 4.
Mr. Bpens will attend both these bearings.
AU ts Well st Waaklaitaa
J- N. Baldwin, general solicitor of the
Tnion Pacific, returned Saturday from
Washington, where hs baa been arguing
the railroad tax cases before ths supreius
eourt. Mr. Baldwin said he searched dill,
gently to find If the Interstate Commerce
commission had reached a decision la ths
elevation caae-i. but that, no decision had.
ben f.led. and he could find out nothing
in reftn nee to the decision which rums
had was leached.
Mr. fcaldmin said the president and the
senators had "itched up their little diffi
culties tnd tverything Is now runjiituj
Rassell bwea to Barllartea.
Jamea Russell, superintenflent or tho
Oniatia division of the Mjasouri Facinc, has
rts.goed his posu.on alth that rvsd. ef
fective Feoruiiry 1. to take the superln
tendency of one of the most Important di
visions of tbe Chicago. Burlington as
Quincy railroad. Mr. F.ussell has been with
the MiHuouri Pacific for three and one-halt
yenrs and has bad his headquarters la
Omaha for over one jetr. His experienos
In the operating and trrfhc department
has made blm a moat valuable man and
bis loas will be regretted by his old associates.
tall read Ikesaarrers In rrralrl.
MINNEAFOIJA Jan. Jt.A dwishm was
hied in the I'niied tjLates court In Mlnns
spohs overrulinc- oemurrers to ths
louictmeiiis in the relate c-ms recently
brouglit by the goverrnuent syainst t
Omaha. Great Northern. W "isconsin Cen
tral. Mini.eup-ihji ai fct. Iouis railrosds.
Ths cases aiil go to trial at ths Au-tf
term of court.
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