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THK OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 14, 1007.
Telephone 618 Reaches All Departments
Special Sale oi Cable Net Lace Curtains Monday
Tho durability of these curtains, which has been thoroughly proven, combined with
daintiness mid newness, nmke our ("able Not Curtains very desirable. They arc perfect in
every way, right from the most reliable mills of this and foreign countries, and the spe
cial prices will make them even more attractive to you.
Tboso who are contemplating
the funking of powos for ?rad
litttlon an: June weddings
rJ'.ivj1' fee the bojutlfnl line of
embiolcierii s we ars showing
for this purpose. Njwiiere else
will you fi-.-v the yk'B we shiw.
The ma'flied K"ts comprise
medium anl narrow edgings,
bands. Inserting, and In many
casrs i.retty medallions and all
overs. Thrpe tnay be purchased
alrcly if desired.
I'retty, wide editings 76c 10
14.00 a yard.
The finest embroideries di
rect from St. Oall, Switzerland,
are shown in thin department.
We will be pleased to t how you
the.e f-'oods and furnish esti
mates, etc., even If you are not
ready to buy.
$2.50 White Cable Net Curtains.
a pair $1-69
$3.00 White Cable Net Curtains,
a pair 12.29
$3.50 White Cable Net Curtains.
a pair $2.68
$4.00 White Cable Net Curtains,
a pair ., $2.9S
$4.25 White Cable Net Curtains,
a pair IS.2S
$5.00 White Cable Net Curtains,
a pair $3.98
$5.50 White Cable Net Curtains,
a pair .$4.2
$0.00 White Cable Net Cuitaius.
a pair $4.88
$7.00 White Cable Net Curtains,
a pair $5.29
$9.00 White Cable Net Curtains,
a pair $6.98
All the ecru colored Cable Net
Curtains at spec.:! prrres. Curtain
Extension Hods, frold or silver fin
ished ends, complete at 5c each.
1 are showing a choir line of
ladles' Gsuntl.t Gloves fur driv
ing and autoniftHlng, In blr-ck and
tans, good q'lalltifH and tvle
per parr, II. 7n. li.iiO and .1.n0.
I. Isle Gauntlets, with perforated
leather palms nnrl full gauntlet
tops, very comfortable for aum
mfr wear per pair. li.fO.
New black and white plaid and
shepherd check, fast colored, at
Wash floods Department, east
Monday, Special Sale at
Bargain Square in
88-lnrh Silkollnes, In remnant,
at 2c yard.
Kent grndo standard fallen, made
bv the American Print Works
remnants at 4VfcC yard.
No such showing anywhere else. In extent. In
variety, the best from abroad, the finest from
America. Plaids for tailored suits. Plnlils for
dreFses. Plaids for waists. Plaids In medium and
heavy weights, i'av plaids for the little folks. Sub
dued plaids for adult wearers. Very handsome; very
fashionable. A great department full of stylish
pluld dre-is Roods. Everything In plaids, at prices
fioin 60c to $2 a yard. See our windows.
A Plaid Dress Goods Season
Thompson, Belden A Co. style moans a great
deal In millinery. It means that when you buy mil
linery here you are sure to get that which Is abso
lutely correct, and It doesn't Indicate high prlcea,
eithor. We have made larger plans for this spring
and summer than ever before. Those who set only
one hit each season, those who require half a d"?.rn
to match various towns, will find that the excel
lence of our material, the style, the artistic charm
nd datih of our millinery will appeal at once to
every woman of taste, regardless of purse limitations.
Women's Spring Suits, Jackets, Skirts, Waists, Petticoats and House Gowns
The best ready-to-wear garments the fit, fabric und finish of all our ready-to-wear
clothes for women are perfect. A visit Monday to the best Cloak Department in Omaha
will be of benefit to every woman wishing to see the newest styles for the least money.
Howard Cor. Sixteenth Street
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
MAW WILL ASK FOR BAIL
ABDouDcamrnt Made by Attorn After
Conmltine the Prisms.
MANY RUMORS OF CHANGE OF COUNSEL
Howard Kesblt Writes Letter
Defendant Statin; ills Posi
tion and Asking for
.ji.jL. J U-JU aunt 1
STA BY LOCAL INSPECTION
to sheep, and where this la not possible
many are running both cattle and sheep.
The Bouth Omaha and Bloux City live
stock commission house representatives
spent two days among the stork raisers of
this section forming acquaintances and
renewing old friendships In the Interest of
shipments to these market centers later.
They left over the Northwestern for Hot
Springs and thence to their icspsctive cities.
They comprised sixty of the most active
hustlers for business that these packing
centers could send out.
Billt Totirchs Cattle Grower Bwreani.s to
Tuih This flan.
SHEEPMEN ALSO MEET AND 1NCOFP0RATC
Fnnd to Prosecute Bheep Thlewes
nd Secure Protection from Con
tagions Diseases to Be
(From a StnfP Correspondent.)
HBI.I.K jFOI'RCHE. 8. D.. April IS
(Special. )-Tbe fifth annual meeting of the 1 inrton. Hoyt and himself relative to finish- " " witness agaiuist l-rank W. HU1, his tlousncss resulted only In some lively argu-
Belle fourche Cattle Growers' association ng up the details of their transaction lenugrnpiiar. . wno is cnargea with menlli which were magnified afterwards
Rumors are rife, despite statements tend-
HULL TELLS STORY
(Continued from First Pag.)
NEW YORK. April ii. -Wetting at rest ail
rumors as to thoir preaont intentions, J.
Riuutel peabody, associated with lX-iphine
M. Ifelmas, chief c unael for Harry K.
Thaw, said today, after & cunfere-m-e with
the prisoner, thnt un application for Thaw's
release on ball would bo mails. He declined
to go Into details regarding this action.
There were various rumors that habeaji
corpus proeoeillujfs might by brought- Tim
Thaw family stands ready to furnish bail
in almost any amount.
District Attorney Jerque announced that
he would make a strung fight against the
granting of ball to Thaw and dadded that
he Intended to prosecute him for murder
In the flrnt degree, this latter assertion com
ing In reply to a suggestion that ho had
compromised with the defendant's counsel
on a plea, of Insanity and would agree to
send Thaw to Matte wan.
The ruext Interesting deveV pment ciima
when Mr. Fealody left Thaw after a late
visit and said In reply to questions aa to
tho stories that Thaw had changed his
"Mr. Thaw authorise me to say that thus
far he has made to change of counsll. You
may say that aa emphatically as you please.
Of course, we don't know what will hap
pen next week."
Than Is Much Distressed.
"How does Thaw take the situation?" the
lawyer was asked.
"He la much distressed and foels badly
about It," Mr. Peabidy replied.
Asked as to the program for next week,
ho said: "We have no fixed program. Mon
day we shaU decided what Is best to be
Mr. Delmas held a long conference with
Thaw today, and Mrs. Thaw saw her hUB
band during the vbdtlng hours.
A somewhat sensational devvelopment
was the publication of a letter said to have
been written by Howard Nesblt, Evelyn
Thaw's brother, explaining his position In
the cose and aaklrut for money from Thaw.
Altogether Thaw spent a quiet day. The
Influx of mall at all deliveries which has
kept him busy since he first went to a cell,
was diminished somewhat today.
Mrs. Harry K. Thaw waa somewhat wan
and worn when she appeared at the Tombs
today, but seemed In good spirits. Other
.members of tho Thaw family remained at
In the Jnry Room.
A number of Interesting Incidents art
being related about tho Jury's doings dur
ing its long hours In Its room. After th
case had been given to the twelve men.
Juror Pfaff suggested that the dellbera.
tlons be preceded with a prayer. Juror
Gerstman objected on the ground that ha
was of the Jewish faith, but he waa per.
suaded to consent. His consent was cou
pled with a proviso that he should be per
mitted to offer a prayer of his own after
the Christian prayer. There waa no objec
tion to this and thus two prayers were
Conflicting accounts are being given of
the effect of the nervous strain, the sleep
lessness and the stubborn attltn.de of one
part of the Jury toward the other. But
Juror . Harry C. Brearley, who furnished
the newspaper with a detHUed account of
hla anil his feilow lurors' acts, denies this
NEW YORK, April 13. E. R. Harrlmatl and insists that the nervous strain thev
appeared In the Tombs police court today 1 wf.r ai undergoing and their consclen-
Further details which occurred during
the lontr session ef the Jurv's continue
to tlltrr theJr way Into publicity today.
One of the Jurors Is quoted as saying that
when the J iry was returning to the criminal
court building after breakfast ThursiUy,
a p-.lieemnn approached them arnl spoke
.f ll.r of the Jurors "I thought I would
lot you know confidentially," the police
man Is allcRtd to have said that the de
fendant's father was a member of a cer
tain secret order. 1 understand that you
are members of It."
K.vetjn Thsw C'ollnpses."
Mrs. Kvelyn Thaw broke down completely
while taking leave of her husband. They
were standing before the door of Thaw's
cell talking when the young woman burled
her face In her hands and began to sob.
ThaW tried to comfort her, but she could
not control her emotion. She was still
weeping when Commissioner of Prisons
Coggey, who was making his regular Sat
urday Inspection of the Tombs, came upon
the couple In the corridor. The commis
sioner talked to them a moment and then
WEALTHY MEN ARE INDICTED
Ntw Orltmt Cp'taliit Charred with Cn
piracy to Violate Aitl-Lottery Lew,
MANY PROMINENT 'MEN ON LIST
Frnnela rltaPatrlclc of Boston Pleads
Uolltr President of Bank Ulvea
Rood and Kntera a Gen
MORILR. Alt.. Arrll lS.-Th Vnlted
States grand Jury here today returned
twenty-four Indictments for alleged con
spiracy for violating the anti-lottery law.
The following have been arrested and havs
Albert Paldwln, sr.. president of the New
Orleans National bank; Chapman Hyams.
Howard, receiver or
tfl the Workman Mrery barn next door,
butthe barn waa saved with practically no
damage, even though the hay In the mow
had become Ignited. Hose company No. t.
whose cart Is kept at the Workman livery
barn, had a stream on tho flro before tho
alarm was turned In and In less than flvo
minutes there were five streams playing
on the fire and the adjacent building. Tle
total damage will not exceed t0
capitalist; Frank T
escorted Mrs. Thaw to the lower corridor, the New Orleans water works; Oavld Hen-
As she was leaving the prison she was
asked if It was true that she was going out
of the city for a time to recover from the
effects of the long strain.
"No," she replied, "It Is not true. . I am
going to stay here where I belong so as to
be near my husband."
Tt was reported today that counsel for
nen Morris. Albert llcnnen Morris. Ed
ward I.. Pennac, Iewls 8. Graham and
Pnul Conrad of New Orleans; Francis X.
Fltzpatrlck, lloston; James 1 Shaw,
Washington, I. C. ; William P. Johnstonn.
formerly of Cincinnati, now of New Or
leans; O. W. Predow and James Rea, New
Orleans; General William U Cabell, Dal
las, lux.; K. J. Demarest. K. F. Uemarest
Charles W. Williams.
TFCfMSEH. Neb.. April lS.-(8peclal-
Honorable W. Williams, for many yours
a prominent cltlsen of Johnson county, died
at the home of his sister, Mrs. Marlon
Rood, at Marion. Neb. Mr. Williams had
been In poor health for some time and had
Just returne.1 from a trip to Colorado,
where he had hoped to receive benefit. Do
ceased was a native of Canada, Porn In
IKK, he, came to Illinois with his parents
In 1KV4. Mr. Williams was a veteran of
the civil war, having served with the bY.th
Illinois Volunteer Infantry. He waa
wounded In the battle of Uesaca. On. Mr.
Williams enme to Nebraska In 1872 and.
tin to two years ago, hud resided In John
aon county. He was a man of good In
tellect and for years was a prominent pT
ullst politician. In m ho was elected
and John K. Demarest of New Orleans; "OM nator from Johnson and Nomah
Robert K. Thompson. Mobile; William C.
Thaw will soon apply to a New York stute ( Henderson. Harry W. Henderson, formerly
supreme court Justice outside of New York
county for a writ of habeas corpus for
Thaw and that they will use that action as
a basis for a motion that Thaw be ad
mitted to bail.
Refore leaving for his Lakevllle, Conn.,
homo today District Attorney Jerome said:
"if there is an appllcat'on made by coun
sellor ball I shail oppose It strenuously."
Mr. Jerome denied a rumor to the effect
that he had made an agreement with
Tliaw'a counsel to have the prisoner de
clared inone and send to Mattewan, or
to a sanitarium to be named by the court.
He said he will use every effort to have
Thaw brought to trial again and wlU press
for a conviction of murder In the first de
gree. Half-Brother Talks of I'nse.
ROME, April IX A. Hlulr Thaw, a half-
brother of Harry K. Thaw, who has been
of Hrooklyn, but now of New Orleans.
Indicted Men Wealthy.
United States District Attorney W. H.
Armbrucher declined to announce the Iden
tity of the others who had not been ar
rested. Five of the Indicted men are estimated
to be worth 1100,000,000. A meeting wu held
In the office of Armbrucher Friday night,
lasting until 1 o'clock this morning, ajfter
which the secret service men left for var
ious parts of the country to watch those
to be arrested. Three hours after the In
dictments were Issued the men were under
Francis Fltspatrlck of Boston pleaded
guilty today and sentence will be passed
Baldwin Rlvea Bond.
NEW ORLEANS. La.. April IS. Albert
Baldwin, r., and Chapman Byams ap-
tu winter In Hum., with his Wlfa
and daughter, was questioned today as tl P-ared before United State. Commissioner
his views about the result of the trial of
IIARR1MAN PRESSES SUIT
Railroad Maeuate Appears Acaimt Eill in
Tembt Felloe Court.
AUTHENTICITY OF LETTER IS ADMITTED
Colon Paelfle President Declares He
'. Sever Authorised Pnblloatlon
of Kplatle Nor Let It
opened here Thursday and closed today. relating to the tilings made by the old sol- naing sola ior publication the famous Sld
. Tk. wether was clear, but cool and ! dlers. Tho defense objected to this corre- nV Webster letter written by Mr. Harrl-
wlndy. which Interfered with the out-door spondence, but Judge T. C. Munger de- -man. loe publication of thin letter led to i ,ng to mnin,Ue them, that owing to dls
elded that It was admlsaiDie ana over- " " .Li0meui. oeiween rresi- ; aBreements of all Thaw s present counsel,
ruled the objections. Roosevelt and Mr. Harriman. Samuel , only r)anlpl cyReilly will be retained for
With the close of Hull's evidence the ranck. a newspaper man. and Waller L. I the nPXt ,ra. When Mrs. William Thaw
trial adjourned until 9 30 a- m. Monday. ' Rathbone, a lawyer, preceded Mr. Hard- agke,i to Mr O'Reilly's retention.
reh- ....... . V. - - t.mit flft,..n mnrA IH&ll On the Witne4 atunrl Thev (..'iH.,.1 .....
"' a " " i however, she declined to speak of It.
Harry K. Thaw. He said:
My dwlre would be to say nothing. The
only opinion which I hnve on the matter,
and one which I have always had, Is that
Hurry K. Thaw should have been put In
an asvlum long ago, for his own sake and
for others' sake. I have nothing to say
about the trial, only that It would have
been unjust to convict him, because It lit a
pathological and not a criminal oase.
JAP LABORERS ARE
Over Two Hundred Stay on
While Government Passes
amusement features. The usual horse rac
Ing. pole vaulting, roping and tying of
wild steers, broncho busting, hurdle races,
etc., was programmed for each day of the
convention. The Indian feature was
omitted this year and substituted by a more
extended line of cow-boy sports.
Only one business session was held by the
cattle men. at which matters of association
Interest were discussed. An Interesting
letter of resignation waa read from former
President I'hler, who has removed to Cal
ifornia. In which he emphasized strongly
the Importance of holding the association
together and pushing the present method
tt loe lnspe tlon. as the most fene ble plan
of protection. Aftxr accepting Mr. Uhler's
resignation the temporary officers were
made permanent nnj the meeting adJourneJ
subject to the call of the president.
Organised for l.ornl Inspection.
witnesses to examine, among them James that Hill called at a newspaper office and
Hull, brother of I. D. Hull, who Is al- offered the letter for sale, that he read the I
leged to have made the direct financial t letter from his stenographic notes In their
deals with the defendants. presence and then swore under oath as to
! the authenticity of the transcript.
NEW SLIDE AT ASPEN TUNNEL j Mr- Harriman identified the Sidney Web-
stor letter and it was placed In evidence.
Several More Das' Ubor Required j The letter, as published In the newspapers,
I Then again. It Is reported that the Thaw
Before Vnlon Paelfle Main Line
Can Be Opened.
he raid was substantially correct.
"Did you ever authorize the publication
of this letter?" he was asked.
"Kid you ever give permission to let the
Mr. Harriman said that Hill had been
discharged from his employ "some month
he letter. Mr.
family may go back to their original
counsel, the firm of Black, oleott, druber
Kstlmatcs are being made of the total
cost of the trial. This Is placed at nhout
$300,000, of which about L00,0o0 falls Upon
Letter from llonnril Xrshlt.
A letter written by Howard NeRblt,
brother of Mrs. Evelyn Thaw, to Harry
Thaw was tnadn public today, it is said,
by some of Thaw's counsel. In It the
young man wrote that when White was
shot he thought It would be heroic to
stand by "the man whose memory to me
SAN FRANCISCO, April 13-.Two hun
dred and five Japanese laborers who C(me
In yesterday on the steamship Korea are
detained on the steamer pending advices
from the Department of Immigration at
Washington aa to whether the local Immi
gration authorities shall let them proceed
by steamer to British Columbia. Their
passports are for Honolulu.
The Korea Is the first steamer to land
Japanese under the new Immigration law
which passed. Immigration Commissioner
North and Commissioner J. S. Rogers of
Philadelphia and Harrison Nesblt, assistant
solicitor of the Department of Commerce
and I-ibor, who are In this city on a mis
sion of Inquiry, the nature of which they
refuse to divulge, went down the bay and
boarded the Korea. Besides the Japanese,
they found in the steamer's list 114 Chinese,
ninety of whom were admitted to this port.
The others, were bound for British Co
lumbta. WAPHINOTON; April 13.-Cnder the
regulations governing the entrance Into
this country of Japanese laborers there Is
no way of preventing the Japanese from
Honolulu trans-shipping at San Francisco
for British Columbia. It is evident from
Inquiries that have been made by officials
of this government that the Japanese, to
whom the Japanese government lxpues
passports to Mexico or to the Hawaiian
Islands, have no Intention of remaining
there. Their destination, ns the laborers
themselves have admitted on examination,
is the United States.
Recently several hundred Japanese la
borers were Interrogated In MexR'O as to
their Intentions. Kvery one of them said
he expected sooner or later to reach thN
country. Some of those examined were In
serious finnnclal straits. They were await
ing opportunity to get across the border
Into this country. The same Is true of
Japanese who are going to British Co
lumbia. There Is no work there for them,
land, they expect to get Into the United
States as S Kin as possible.
The regulations governing the exclusion
I of Chinese laborers shipped In transit
Chapelle today, pleaded not guilty, waived
examination and were released on 11,000
bonds to appear before the court at Mobile.
Mr. Baldwin, speaking for himself and
Mr. Byams, said: "We do not own a share
of stock In the lottery company and know
nothing abou tthls matter."
NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY
Quaint and Curlona Features of Life
In a Kapldlr Growing;
Nebraska has again learned that the
early bud catches the frost
The campaign against dandelions should
not begin before humanity has had a suf
ficiency of "greens."
Contracts for sugar beets In Lincoln
county show that the Industry Is far from
dead, though nothing Is shipped to Ames.
Both newspapers at Herman suspended
the same week, and now the publishers
are wondering what made the other fellow
go out of business.
Kcfltor Acknowledges Error It van a mis
take. There are four pretty teachers In
town Instead of one. You can pick out
two of them by their carnations. Norfolk
When angry subscribers desire to "whip
the editor" of the Aurora Republican thoy
will have to go to Lincoln and Interview '
counties. Dir. wnilams was ono of tha
organiser of the farmers' Institute move
ment In Johnson county. Burial was at
FORT SMITH. Ark.. April lS.(KlW(.laJ
Telegram.) Former studenta at McCook.
Neb., have telegraphed for tho body 0f
William Valentine, once a prominent Ne
braska educator, who died here this mom.
Ing. aged 61. In straightened clrcumstc
from blood poisoning resulting from an
extracted tooth. A tragedy wrecked hu
brilliant career fifteen years ago. since
then he has drifted about the country do
ing magazine and newspaper work. Re
cently he was editor of the Western
Junior, a fraternal publication at St.
Mrs. nhoda Sehank.
Mr. Rhoda Sehank, aged 73 years, died
at her home, 8I0S Seward street, at 11
o'clock Friday morning from an Illness due
to her old age. The funeral services will
be held at 9 o'clock Sunday morning, with
Interment at Forest Lawn cemetery. She la
survived by her husband and two daugh
ters. Allan M. Past.
Allan M., the 8-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. Past. 290s North Twenty-sixth
treat, died Friday morning at the Omaha
General hospital from spinal meningitis
and will be burled Sunday at Forest Lawn
cemetery, the services to bo held at the
Morton II. Wtlllta.
The death of Morton H. Wllllts, aged 74
years, occurred at his home, 4011 Charles
street, Friday. The funeral will be held
Sunday afternoon, the services to be at the
residence at 2 o'clock and the Interment at
Forest Lawn cemetery.
Mrs. Del ma Adams.
Mrs. Delma Adams, who died Friday
morning at her home. 1632 North Twenty
first street, at the age of 67 years, was
burled at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon,
interment being at Forest Lawn cemetery.
Jessie M. Ilranrlil.
Jessie M. Branchl, little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry J. Branchl, 4704 North
Thirty-seventh street, Saturday morning,
from spinal meningitis, and will be burled
at Forest Lawn cemetery Sunday.
Frank II. Thomas.
WASHINGTON, April 13. Frank H.
Thomas, formerly of Michigan, grand cap
tain general of the grand encampment of
Knights Templar, died here today.
SONORA, Cal., April 13. James Glllett;
I at one time Bret Hart's mining partner,
the secretary of the railway commission
until further notice.
, and the original of that author's "Truth
ful Jamea," died today.
One Western Nebraska paper created
considerable comment by advertising a
clubbing list aggregating $100 for a year's i
subscription; but a period was put to the
comment and the figures the next week.
Minister May Be Friendly One of the
young men of this community Is now visit
ing three times a week at the home of a
certain minister. Some are wondering
why. Germany Correspondent Beemer
DIAMONDS Prenser. lfitn and Dodge.
EVANSTON, Wyo.. April 13. (Special
Telegram.)-A second landslide occurred at , lpUer g0 out of your offlcer
the eastern approacn or me tunnei ui "n0
mont. a lew miles east or this city, tnm
morning, which will still further delay the
This association was organised with the opening of travel on the road between
Mi nf loci' Innnectlon belna" best adapted llrannir anil Oirden. The first "slide, which
to the needs of the mmh.-M. and after occurred last Tuesday, was nearly cleared ""'"l ha'' not "'"munlcated
paving for Inaction at the central mar- away and It was expected trains would h '""V" " f ."J ouUW' h" mc"
. 1 - . ..,.... .v.- . i... ...r,i..h. M.. vrl dnm ff"Tt to Mr. Webster.
nets ior one or u u"i i. jv uiuuua - M 1UpHninii I "" - . . . ...
local Mm and now rinds It necessary to re- more of arduous labor will be required to i.eim.nea io an- .wiu Pn n more .i.ouk y j we never, government n nono. ro pieve-u ni es.,,e.
" , .r." Z 11 " '.I ,Z work one,, the road. In the meantime passengers - Uon as to whether he had read " V?" r"" ""T i "U , "n1 , ' different with the Japanese. No
. iv. .,.. v i,,r.,,.n, r,f all the are transferring from the main line at to f ormer Governor Odell. J. H. thinking It would heiu the man I thouahi photographs are taken and no bonds aro
doubt Green Klver and nt ogaen, inu - - - - - s"-
around byMcCammon, Idaho. 1 .no.nr vi me i,nicn Pacific, j As to nis suuseQuent atutuue. toward bis
a lnrire force of men with two steam "."- " lener wmcn was falrt to hive , sister ana Thaw lie wrote
... ..PA..l.,t,a t'lUn lllulrln. llln .
t..u hi. .,.,-,..n, w-.hi. through the Lnited States to another coun
1 told him what Florence told mo or at
least whs bumipcu iw imve ioio me. i
try a photograph Is taken of each indi
vidual and tre railroad or steamship com
pany carrying him Is recuilred to give the
Awaiting Report From the Hog W. 8.
Argabrlght had a collision with a hog a
few days ago and saya if the hog feels
as bad over the accident as he does It
won't be ready for another scrap for some
time. Nemaha Advertiser.
The Deadly Cigarette A Kansas man
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair and Warmer In Nebraska, Iowa,
South Dakota and Kansas
WASHINGTON, April 13.-Forecast of the
weather for Sunday and Monday:
For Nebraska, South Dakota and Kansas
Fair and warmer Sunday; Monday, par
For Iowa and Missouri Fair und slightly
warmer Sunday; Monday, fulr and warmer.
For Colorado, Wyoming and Montana
Fair and warmer In eust. showers In west
portion Sunday; Monday, partly cloudy.
OFF1CR OF TIIK W KATH KR BUREAU,'
OMAHA, April !.-
Official record of tem-
hns Just murrled a woman whose name and ' peiuture and precipitation compared with
address he found In a package of cigarettes,
the corresponding duy of the last three
IiuV ll.ll lk.i
bo says a Kansas paper. And thus the Maximum-temperature
cigarette continues to get In Its deadly 1 Minimum temperature .
unrV -Annie Vin Hate, in AK,.n n,n.- ! Mean temperature
" i ,, tation
me:nbi rshlp. The association will no
pass Into Its re-organised condition soon ,
and be ready for the work of local In- 1
exacted from the transportation companies.
If a Japanese laborer escapes from the
train or steamship while in transit the
all ,M'en co-ilej from Hill's notes for publics- After Florence told her story on the 1 government has no recourse. That many
- i... . .. ,. - B,i -n nmnnT r. in ) , e i a i . at otrii v . ........ . . . - - . - . . . .
i'" " - : .. . , . riv.r waa tlon as having ben -rltin i,v him t.,- stand, oeueve me, i wis with her from , t ,h. An B.iv.nmn nf tl.e n,u,r
i.. . nil. comuieitMi Hie ta t. ,.f - - -
are ready to. go to market,
The range cattle Industry Is rapidly giv
ing way to that of the flock master In
the Belle Fourche district. The sheep men
held a meeting at Belle Pourche on Thurs
day and proceeded to form a permanonl
org anlxitlon. Articles of Incorporation pre
pared, were adopted, and a board of di
rectors elected. A committee was appointed
t draft by-laws.
Fund to Stop Stealing.
Among other business transacted was a
discussion of a plan to provide a fund for
completed the case of the prosecution d . -..'. Jl. .1 . "I I tunltv afforded them to set into this coun-
- " . vruu. u w J un. i ' , i-i ngiinflt . i r ' 11 'til ; -
...nt for which1 will nut down
lug to prevent further slides from reaching the trial waa adjourned until April It
.h trucks The tunnel proper ie all right, ;
the vouble being In the unstable nature of NEW RAILROAD TO THE GULF I perjury,
the earth forming the steep banks of the UUL' i am
deep cut approaching the eastern portal
ion the stand. I would have foigniten try Is known omci.my. dui mere is no way
everything I knew. I would have peli ired 1 ,ir,Hr th rec-ulut!nn to nrevent them from
'myself out and out, If you wish to call it i .K,, , , r, ,,, ..
not afraid of Jerome. Another I Commissioner Sargent of the bureau of
thing I wlh you to bear In mind and fiat Immleiation decline to discuss the sub-
liMIACh lie the eastern uuuni. i H- , m."n i.-u .,.. m muni aim 1-IH.l , mi
, T - ih line of the new!K"'"" y U'v "Ireet Conner- Ma that I waa Influenced by artful and d- ,
1. on the line ot the new .,. k. MJ1 : sltjnin persons, who urgd me on to take Je'
kh was built across the Aspen Orleans by Build- tr,e stand that I did. of
divide In 1900. The grade tnrougn in. ,
tunnel Is twenty-one feet to the mile nnj
it. tm.l lenath Is 6.A feet. The elevation
above sea-level at this point I. T.2W feet, j
f;rlunrll I'lnna Festival.
Ins; Two Lines.
the prosecution of sheep thieves and to ()R1NNK,ik la.. April 1. (Special.) i Missouri & North Arkansas railroad to "
ect. but It Is known that Secretary Straus
the Department of Commerce and Iibor
I love and cherish Florence as anv u kunilnr In close touch with the situa-
VmnkVca t-. is reticent. Trouble 1. being
KANSAS mrr . ., . her and tell her how sorry I am. She I experieut eu in nunuaug iiib 'lue-iuni, now-
.ih nr. April 13 A new direct : would listen to me I m sore I ........ ...m, iv l., relation t. I ,nu.
City to tha Gulf of I I believe vou were rlirht and inarmed In' ' . , .
Mexico I. to be crested bv extending tho do", -at you did. and you are now? n "' ",r"," "
--. . un in ,. . L . . . . . , Mevlen It la nrjii'ttc.:: 11 V IniooKnttile to
in. ..uiiimi, ii, mwi r man u lieiu. 1 ,,(K i --
1'.17. liKW. l'JOS. 11K)4.
.41 M 60 51
.a 3; ao y
. 32 4S 45 4t
. .00 .40 .00 .!
reiiMierature and precipitation departures
Problem at Rtrana- Shall wa r ahall wa trn, the normal at Omaha since March 1.
not prepare to charavarl J. Bhepimrd? 1 il
New wall paper on the house and a bcautl- ' jiVTlc'lency for the day' 17
ful smile that won t wear off gives Indl- Total excess since murcn i
cations of forthcoming doings hymeneal ! in!!!Irvirthe'gday!!!!!!!!!!!!! !lo Inch
that cannot be Ignored. Strang Corre- Total rainfall since March 1 1 Inch
spondence Geneva Gazette.
Deficiency since March 1 l.M Inches)
Kxcess tor cor. period, lWst ,4 Inch
Ijeticlency for cor. period, 1906. .1.77 Inches
, .. ...... iiim, iuii; .Hue :UJ Llie,i:ilk lllvm hviii ... ,0 n.i....., av....
secure protection rrom contagious oi.ee cciebratlon of the sixtieth anmver.nr, connection Is to be ci.rar.le cr holding your own In every the .der and the government has no
being Introduced by trespass, etc. founding of Iowa college, the oldest made with the ' """nl. Central, according ; crisis. ,,., v,lip Ul(m llfler ,n.y
The association has now fifty-five mem- west of the Mississippi river, 'M J1 ,,v" David Rf Francis j Vonns: Man W..H Money. this country. The question l likely to be-
bers representing more than JM. sheep. . MaJr ,7 to U. Herrlck chapel - M bt. Louis wfis In Ksnsns Cttv last night He declared that he wrote to Evelyn that come nure brrious In the near future.
They report their flocks in a prosperous h, Ytmng Men's Christian asocla- I consulting with J. A. Kdson. president of ! ho was soiry and naked her for to pay
Condition with excellent prospects of a good "ni Young Women's Christian asso- i ,h" Kansas City Southern, regarding the , del. is ho had contracted in New Yoik, but . . ., , CDCAV
trop of lambs which are already command- , building recently completed, will P"o.l-ot. he adiied, she seems to be somewhat hitler rAIKDAitKd WILL OrtAK
lng the attention of the shepherds. T e.i t'that time. The dedlca- T" North Arkansas ral'rosd Is now being at me y.t and will not we me. She
Large wool storage houses hnve been J" " wlti , preached by Rev. Dan bul" nonn frnrn 8eligman to Neosha. Mi . 1 answered that the did not have the money." Vice President Promises to Address
built at Belle Fourche to accommodate the p'V,"' T p -p of Pilgrim Conitrega- wher an agreement with the Kansas City Perhupe he was wrung In coming in New Christian Endeavor society at
wool crops which come forward for storage , h ' f Cieveland. O.. formerly ?J1ll,hrn,w"' br,nc ,b ""road Into , York, but hla parents were responlsble for Seuttle Meelluat.
as soon as taken off the back of the sheep. tl0,,' "1Urf ,owa oon,ge. Monday Is . Kansas City by wav of Joplln and Pitts- , that, he wr te. adding that he Is now tru
The old time prejudices of the cattle man lr' bonder's Day." At this ; r,"r"' 1 to Thaw's cause. He then appeals to Thaw '
II tt mv I'll LmoK-ru t ncav
a-.. i-ar ' "r u'-,"vu" -v"in ArKinma railroad for th moncv. wnicn tuveivn nm not send
at.. ....t. .nK.e4i. . - . ... - - mtti tty mr. rTinr fn him Ann ( cr ftrea mat no wouia ra.i ne.r - ' -
n.ny o, . c... ,..n ... v.....i. v,.. .ntlm A(,am,, p. 13., the only ...s John BcuUI R p .t . ... ",,,! n. "am Shaw, announces that Vice President
4 against the sheep
momwr oi - , ume me roaa wan taken over and oner h ted : in ;hiK ritv frvr hln
1 i rk.Aa. sstrtll a IA Da mn ' . . ' '
; of tne conegr. - unaer a lease hy the St. Louis tt Ban i That he will not write home for momy
; unveiling of a uronse ou.v i m-.. . - , j. ranclsco systejn. Recently the bond- 'and at times has felt "like endl
Parker, the gift of friends sna aiumm holders took over the pmperty and prepara- i
... K-r.,..kl-. fr.,m ahrod i .. . . ... 1
of Iowa etus- " - . non tr conipieira n.r extending the I
Kerens. After a kill hlnvself than go to "certain per ns
Advice Ieada to Trouble A Wymore
woman read that It was not right to be
continually yelling "Don't" to her chil
dren. So she resolved to let her young
hopeful alone for a half hour. In that
time he broke the railing on the fr. nt
porch, smashed a mirror, cut his shoes
with a Jackknlfo, tore his trousers and
fell Into a tub of dirty water. Wood River
Advice to the Girls The ladles in
charge of the rest room find it necefuary to
ask the girls who have been frequenting
the room not to make a play room of It.
Three rockers have been broken, the bost
one so badly It can't be fixed. The small
screen was also b-oken. The practice of
getting on the aofa and other furniture
with the feet, tying the curtains In knots,
Jumping In and out of the windows and be
ing Insolent to strangers who are walling
... r..,,,. I. n'.t hecnmlnir anv v.mntr
a'rl to say nothing of girls almost young removes every tuiuUng or corrupting ri
The Tanner's "Wife
Is Texy careful about her churn. Sha
tcald It thoroughly after using, and give
It a sun bath Ui nvecten It. Wie knows
that Jf her churn U sour It will raint the
butter that Is made In It. The stomach Is
a churn. In the stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts are performed pro
cesses which are almost exactly like tht)
churning of butu-r. U It not appareii!
thon that If this stomachhuru i. foul It
makes foul all which is put Into It?
The evil of a foul stomach Is not alont)
the bad taste In the ruouth and the foul
breath caused by It, out tho corruption of
the pure current of h!d and the dtnrm
Ination of diM-nsw throughout the body.
Dr. I'lerce'a tloMen Medical Discovery
make the anir nui foul Ktomach sweet,
It docs fur the stomach, what the washlnf
and sun bath do for the. churn absolutely
ladle. Fairbury Journal.
T .1.1., u... I hl....tu.
Ult'llk. AM "J - '
i.imiileo. eruption, scrofnlous swellings.
... , . sore, or open eating ulcers and all
Theatricals al C arroll-A colored troupe. lKmon OT disease arlMhi? fnun bad blood,
visited Carroll last week and on Ft May I if Von have bittor. liastv. foul tat-tc In
your mouth, coatH tongue, foul breath,
.. . - . r I . . HI...II., ...
will : President ii. J. r-ina u. .,i.r.... .railroad north and south.
Cleanses and beautifies th
teeth and purines the breath,
Used by people of refinement
or oyer a quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.
President W. Iwuglass McKenxie or nan
ford. President Charles O. Day of And
over Acting President Graham Taylor of
Chicago and President Nash of California,
The presesit senior class has pledged
11,004 for the seating of the chapel.
The road Is now being constructed from
Se'llgman to Neosha. Iist week a desl '
was closed for a tract of land In Joplln. i
Here big terminals will be b'lllt. Including
the shops of tho comany The roud Is to 1
be extendbd south from Harrison, the !
present terminus, to Helena, Ark., by way
of Utile Rock.
The road has been surveyed through to
Helena and the line Is being built south
of Harrison. It Is expected that the con-
C'lenieaey for a Kirk ana a.
WASHINGTON, April 15 The president
hsa decided to exercise clemency In the
rasa of former Lieutenant Hugh Kirkman.
convicted by court martial In Manila, or i nectlon between Bellgman and Neosha will
financial Irregularities and sentenced to the I completed this summer and the exten-
penltentlary for two years, by remitting slon Wtween Harrison and Helena by next
D. R. Francis Is president of the com
puiy aud John Sculllu vice president.
the remaining four months of his sentence.
Bc Want Ads produce results.
got Into tt quarrel among themselves in
the hotel office. The laudloid In his at- ; wf.ak- and essilr tired, feel dc preyed
tempt to quell the riot got the worst of; ,i,.j,,(indeiit.. have frcoiiont h ucliu'li''.
Charlea W. Fairbanks will address the : u ,,a hastily summoned Marshul Maln-r j (J;7zy Btt ucks, gnawing or ditr- In t4.ra-twenty-third
annual ChrimUn Kndeavor fl)- ..rotectioii. The burly n.-gro.-s near.y . eonjtlna'ud ,.r irri ffiilar bov.. Is. sour
ng It all " ' eonvntl"n- h' h wl" he in sfsaion in i got ,e ,elst of ,n. pciee force fur a time, j or bitter risili(j9 after tatlng and HKtr
! Seattle Ji,ly 10 to July 15. His subject wll' m nnBlly wt ,hw asnlstunce of ev. ral ftpp,.tile, thi s' svmpt.ms, or an)' cur.Mcler-
' i be "H,r Country; Its Problems and Pos- v , BIlders), the belligerents were taken in ,p numberot ti.eui, Indicate that you art)
is ' slblllt.es. 1 There will he a large repre- I (;w un, ,, t ,hl. , 1!aKP i,., kup. .u if,;rmil f ru Lil.oiiMie: n tin i'id r .azy
of the limbs nd nervousness
dUappear whtn coffee is "cut
out" and well made
la the daily drink.
"TKre a Reaon"
sentation of speakers from Kurope and the '
I When arraigned before Juatlie Hake the
lodgd with Sheriff Mears for safe keeping.
-Curroll Ctirrcapondint Wayne Herald.
orient, among whom will be: K v. J dm
Pollock of Helfodt, Ireland, pres'dent of
the European Christian Knd. ;,vur union;
f:e..rvA N'iccolts uiurnhi'r of the Ilrltish
Parliament; Kev. Dr. Alexander Francis of i to Wayne Saturday, where
St. Petersburg, Itussia; Ittv. W. C. Marsh
of South Australia, Kev. Dr. W. I. Cham
berlain of India. Kev. Andrew Peaitie of
Canton. China; Dr. Samuel M. Zi nu-r of
Arabia, P.ev. J. M. I banes of Mexico and
T. Sawava of Jan.
John Willis l'.aer. president of the Oc
cidental college, I.os Angel, s Cal ; Rev.
Dr. Smith Raker. Portland. Mm.; President
Francis E. Clark c.f Ronton, Rev. Dr. J.
M. Ix.w4.-n of Providence. It. L, aaj n.ai.y
rjayUBf m others wiu inane auaietsea.
iUi.ru.ih ti n .is.o.l accomtuiliV UK Indl-
, i .....I- , ,,,.A .i
..... - . on.i gi'ktioii. or oi)cpsia anu tut-n
fUHin it 1 uin-uiiMiia, mr imv-. i Q j
to my the fine, Mrahal Muinr took
w r i r-r
Tel. amah liMitleinent House.
TFK A M A II, Neb.. April lS.-(Hiclsl )
The building i ccuplcd by the Tekuman Im
plement company was partially destroyed
by fre yesieiday afternoon. As Ihers was
a heavy wind the lire spread very rauldiy
' b -"S fj-Jr That tnu 1 absolutely true
..ii im iVailiiv i,rc-..-n to your satisfaction
. If you will 1 ut n, all !i po-tal card reiiut-st
id ir i V. Pieri-e. liultalo. N. V, fur a
frrc r..pv of I.N IxM.k.et of .'MracU from
'the standard im-dical authorities, giving
tlin iia of all the Ingredient eiiU-rn.g
Into his worlil-f allied medicim-s and show
lng what the MM-t e.uloeut luvUiiiai tuaa)
sj the ae say of vheoa. t
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