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' TITEOMATTA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1D0S.
BALDWIN DEFENDS CALLAHAN
Jn.4ge Say Cemetery Superintendent
Wu Convicted on ft Lie.
DQTACHX3 CLASS TESTIMONY
Fr1lat of rrwpect Bill Oealee
that CnTN Were 0
Iran "; Hwool Wlthent
TJan Callahan. uparitndnt of the
Tropct Hill eametery, waa convicted of
arava derecratlon on " th testimony of
Juin Clark, but Crk tlad and be know
ifce lied when ha said araves were opened
Mid bonrs removed without proper au
His ag-ed rorm shsklng with pent-up
motion, and wrath aaalnet his accusers.
JudM C. A. Baldwin, president of the Pros-
I pact Hill Cemetery association, who ! held
. br the court ai the principal In the desecra-
Von of g ravea In the cemetery, thus de
j Bounced the Isadlnf witness In the recent
trial of the superintendent of the old burial
ground In Omaha. The Judge made his
statement before the city council In epeclal
' session, Dan Callahan and his wife being
' present. Hla talk was long and rambling.
. but respectful attention wss paid by hla
At the outaet the Judge said he wished to
go before tha council In preference to the
j court, aa he. believed the court had not
treated him fair.' '
"I asked Judge Sears to hear me and the
Judge appointed t o'clock this morning, a
half bour before court convenes aa the hour
for .me to appear, when no one would be
there," said Judge Baldwin. "The court
told me that I must not refer to anything
but the trial of Callahan and that I must
not' refer to anything In relation to what
I had said or dona In the matter, and that
ha would not whitewash anyone.
. Wants Na Whitewash.
"Good God, I don't want to be white
washed; I Just wsnt a chance to tell the
truth, but my good friend, the Judge, would
not let me. I did not go to court this
morning and I never will go before that
"The record of my life In connection with
Prospect Jt ill cemetery Is an open book and
can -be read by all. Prospect Hill'ceme
tery Is tin tlrarest spot on earth to me.
I would not swap Prospect Hll cemetery
for all of Omaha What has 1 been done
there, . the- Improvements that have been
made, , have been' made by Dan Callahan
, VI have bean president of the cemetery
association for eighteen years and no grave
has been opened In that time except by
written order of -the secretary, and the
secretary acted under my orders. Dan
never opened a grave without authority
being given him and I have repeatedly
ordered him to shoot anyone who at
tempted -to open a grave."
The Judge- then branched off Into a long
dissertation on the laws governing burials
nd explaining them, as he read them.' He
Quoted Interpretations of the law to show
that graves a re, on) such In ground r-t
side as burial places and that a body
buried In place not dedicated aa a cem
etery la not buried In a grave. He there
fore holds that the removal of the bonts of
Indians or 'of early day travelers across
the plains Is not gravo desecration. Ac
cording to tho Judge the Indiana used the
hill . as burial ground long before the
white man Invaded this country and that
pioneers enroute to the gold lands of Cal
ifornia burled their dead on tha hill.
Forty-Three) Tears Old.
Prospect Hill cemetery was surveyed In
1865 and clear title to the, land given Byron
Raed. Mr. Reed then notified the friends
and relatives of those recently burled there
that they could secure title to the lots, but,
according to Judge Baldw'n, few availed
themselves of the privilege.
"The law says that a grave, cannot be
opened and the body moved unless consent
first be obtained from the relatives of the
deceased'. ' How In Qod's name can consent
le obtained from the relatives of some
.Indian burled 100 years ago?" asked Judge
Baldwin. "Bones that have bean removed
have been the bones of Indians. I can
prove this to you by showing tomahawks
and scalping knlvea we have found with
Prior to the convening of the council
Judge Baldwin said be wished the ordi
nance governing cemeteries and burls Is
mended to allow the removal of bones of
unknown persons Instead of being com
pelled to fill tip -a grave In case bones
ware found. Ha made no reference to this
In his address and no action was taken
by the council.- . '
OPIUM FISHING THE LATEST
Pastime Bssssn Three Youthful
Prisoners I'ntll Sheriff Rralley
' Finning fnr opium through a hole In tha
window a rren Is . a pastime enjoyed by
three, youthful prisoners at the county Jail.
Sherlif Brallry now has possession of tha
rope, two tobacco sacks and a knife which
mad up tha tackle outfit of the boys. One
Of the tobacco sacks was -half full of gum
Tha ' anglers were Louts Zimmer. Clyde
ZJnk and James Mann, all of them Just
over 18 years of age. They were convicted
of robbing a Greek boarding car on tho
Uplon Pacific.' At the request of Judge
Sears they mere placed by themselvea. tha
eaat solitary being placed at their disposal.
Friday clerks in the office of tha district
clerk saw a- rope dangling from a hole In
tha screen and Monday they reported It to
the Jail authorities. A search of the cell
disclosed thaf, tha boys had made the rope
from strips of blanket cut with a knife they
had secured n soma mysterious way. They
punched a hole, through the heavy screen
nd tied their tobacco aacks on the end of
tha rope. Bomeene on tha outside had evi
dently filled tha sacks with opium. When
found one of the sacks aa half full of
, Judge Sears cava the boys light sen
tence of thirty days about a week age and
requested that they be Isolated from the
Use Bee. ant ads to boost your business.
4fr. Levy. Twentieth and Sprague streets,
frame dwelHr,. tl.frO; J. P. Cruk. Thirty.
eennd and Writthl streets, frame dwelling,
,S,0U0; H. Sinlih. Thirty-sixth and Kim
uevta, frame dwelling, 1600.
Cleanses, prcserres and
beautifies the teeth, and
' Purifies the breath
A superior dentifrice
for people of refinement
EtttUiahed ia 1866 by
SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY
2 Dig Bargain Squares of Very Fine
The finest of Nainsooks, Swisses and Cambrics Corset
Cover Emroideries, Flouncings, Skirtings, also wide
and medium bands and insertings all new patterns and
many bf them very elaborate-- - fl C C
worth as high as 50c a yard 11 a A C P
in two groups at, yard .............
In Onr Notion Dept. is the Best
It is Important that every woman should know the beet
place to buy them.
Come to Brandels notion department and remember that
we make a specialty of dregg shields.
We show the biggest line of dress shields west of New York.
We carry the best dress shields made and we guarantee
Klelnert's shields. Omo, Canfleld, West Point, Gem, Double
Covered Onandoff, Featherweight, Naiad, Lace Edge and Shirt
Brandels' prices are always moderate.
GREAT SILK SALE 1
Thousands of yards of the most desirable and up-fo-date
Silks fancy Tuscans, Pongees, Foulards, Messalines and
Taffetas. The prettiest styles and pattern
not a yard worth less than $1.00 and up to
$1.50, at, yard r .... .
Strictly tailored very stylish and. serviceable some in
the outing styles with pocket others in "plain white with
colored collar beautifully made many 50 "98
k with elbow sleeves, open back
f MOVE YOUR FACTORY
To Omaha. Cheap power
means bigger profits,
OMAHA ELECTRIC LIGHT
AND POWER C 0.
Telephones Bonglss 1068. Snd. .11378
T. M. O. A. Bid.
SUMMER FLOWERING BULBS
CALADIUMS, Mammoth Bulbs, each 25c; 5 for . . ". . . $1.05
)uB ROSES, Mammoth Pearl, doz. 35c; 3 in . . . . , . Si.0)
GLADIOLI, in Supirb Mixture, doz. 35:; 5) ft . .... $1.03
CINNAMON VINE, Extra Larjs, each 10c; 2in .... $1.03
DAHLIAS, Assorted, each 13c; 12 tit . . ... . . . . $1.03
THE NEBRASKA SEED GO.. 1613 Howard St.
Gold Silver and Ncke
Let us replat and repair your old
metallc articles. We make them good
aa new at a small cost.
Isis 1220 Uarney St.
HOMELESS CHILDREN PLEAD
Motherless and with Draskts
Father, Tbey Ask Co art for
Vett motherless last December when her
mother committed suicide by drowning and
practically fatherless, Margaret and Ger
trude Whehrer made a pitiful appearance In
juvenile court Monday. They have been
living with their father at tha home of Mra.
Mary Herbat In South Omaha, but Mis.
Herbst objects to tha drinking habits of
their father and refused to have him around
any longer. After hearing tha case. Judge
Estelle returned the children to Mrs. Herbst
and the father waa told to find a lodging
. Harry Royce had trouble Saturday night
with his father who. It ta asserted, had
been drinking and tils father turned him
over to tna police who In turn transferred
htra to tha Juvenile authorities. No com
plaint , waa filed againat him and Judgu
Estelle allowed him to go home. One com
plaint his father made was that the boy
"Do you ever swear, Harry?" aa Judge
"I I did awear once, Judge," tha boy re
plied. Judge Estelle gave him a talk, advising
him to be lenient with tha weakness of
Beal44 by Steam "
or scorched by a hre, apply Buckleu's Ar,
nlra SsJve. Cures piles .too, and the worst
sores. Guaranteed- 3 for sale by
Eaeto Drug Co.
Selected Stock in Omaha
Dainty 190S Models
. wit a W ar MS
No store In the west can show
waists of such high character
and such dainty design as
these at a moderate price. The .
real lingerie waists, many with
IB Lb, Ul&U.V WtlU
Favorites for Summer are the
or front. . . . . aw d efo
Vj Omaha' Pure Food Center
? Restaurant On 2d Floors
5? TASTY COOKING,
Tea and Coffee
Special demonstation all this $
Harvey Ricker, the genius and &
$ Inventor of Harvey Rlcker's Cele-.!
0 brated one-half minute Coffee. Pot, Jjj
$ will be here In person to answer all
Cj Coffee is miae in onenau min-
M uie before your eyes. No boiling,
nn anttline. and no aettlne on the .'!
C' stove to clear. Saves your time, $
patlece and coffee and if you have -J
, '"i ,s
i 7 A mi' mloa tha nnnnrtitnltv ff aAo i l
inz it now. Seeing is believing. A
S Tasting is convincing. Mr Ricker U
ANKOLA COFFEE '
be used by Mr. Ricker
jjj throughout this demor.statlon
SsTaateeBth aad Douglas Sta.
J Phone Douglas tit.
Prlvat Exchange Connect All
questions relatlvo to making cor-
fee. and will show you the coffee -A
Pot and only patented filter In the
y, rorld today. gjj
U lw VM
Quarterly Styles Book and' and 15c
Ladies' Home Journal Pattern 20c.
for $15. $18,50. $20 and $25
Women's TeJUred Sui(a Tuesda.7
It '3 not a question of profit, for this price
does not even cover cost of making. Cut-
- ting down the suit stock is of greatest
importance just now, no matter what the
loss. In this lot there are just 65 suits,
beautifully tailored all wool cloths, in
checks, stripes and mixtures, mostly
light colorings. Just as
the headline states, Tues
day you buy suits, worth
up to $15.00, at, choice. . ,
Over 100 Pieces Fancy Dress Silks
Worth $1.00 to $1.25. at Yard. 49c
On the bargalu tables for quirk choosing, yard wide, fancy taffetas,
rough silks, black and white checks and novelty dress silks . A g
In great profusion. Quality silks In the most desirable 4C
colorings, yard N. . .
BLACK DRESS GOODS FINE IMPORTED FABRICS
Vomen who wear black will find this an opportune occasion for profitable-buying.
Rich materials, including voiles, silk, warp, eolinnes,
mohairs, melrose, armures, wool taffetas and panamas, every Cfi
yard fully worth $1.00 to $1.26, on sale at, yard JOC
GREAT WASH GOODS SELLING.
A i.d'a Silk Moussellne. exqtilirlte ' Arnold's Bilk Mixed Organdies, ab-'
fabrics, gorgeous floral effects, solutely most delicate fabric made
every piece made to sell
it 8Bc, at sa
100 pieces Batistes, big line patterns,
effective designs, special
Pillow Casing. 4B-lnch, 18c tk Bleached Muslin, 86-lnch Alr
quality, Tuesday C 8o quality, Tuesday "rj
Sheeting, 9-t bleached or un- 1 1. Cambric, 10c quality, soft
bleached, 80c quality , AsC finish, for underwear OC
Twogreat lota on sale Tuesday at ridiculously low prices. -This Is your
last chance to buy' splendid china pieces at such a r.avlng. . Unquestionably
one of the best bargains this department has put out In many a day.
LOT 1 Includes handsome platters, covered dishes, tureens, etc., of in
all makes your choice of any. Tuesday mornlna. at. each IUC
LOT i Fancy decorated plates, cups end saucers, oat meals, fruits,
etc., your choice while lot lasts, each
V i - aw
"saaaa""11 If f 'V
- . V i -
TT is one thing to know a fad; it is another to know how to
use it , Ten women know a thing where one is alive
to it .The others don't ue their knowledge. .Every
woman knows "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes, but she can't get any
benefiti from her knowledge unless she uses the knowledge.
Bennett's Big Grocery
Golden Coffee, pound
Basket Fired japan Tea, pound
Tea Sittings, per pound
Cooking Raisins, large, pound
Pearl Tapioca, two pounds for ISo,
Best 'Wo Have Corn, two cans flto, and 20 Green Stamps
Larga Cooking Raisins, pound 180, and 20 Ureen Stamps
Bennett's Capitol Sweet Wrinkled Peas, 2 cans.... 850, and 30 Ureen Wtamps
Bayles' Cider Vinegar, pint bottle 10c, and 6 Ureen fcitampa
Bayles' Lunch Herring, two Jars.... 80c, and 10 Ureen Htamps
Worcester Table Salt, two sacks loo, and 10 ureen stamps
Peanut Butter, two Jars
Pure Jellies arid Jam, Jar
60c bottle Queen O'.lves, for
Batavla Corn Starch, 3 pounds
Batavlii OIobs Starch, three pounds
Blue Borax Htarch, pound package
Grandpa's Wonder Soap, three bars
Oalllard'a Imported Olive OH. basket bottle..
White Table Syrup, can
Prlce'a Breakfast Food, three packages
o A. WATCH S
for a graduating gift for girl
kept In memory of that day.
thecn all prices ana siyies.
atora. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1510 DOUGLAS STREET
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist
1006 Farnani. 17 Years Same Office. Phone, Douglas 1750. ,
Extracting. . . 25c up.
Crowns.... $2.50 up.
Plates 2.00 up.
Bridge Work $2.50 up.
Porcelain Flllluus -
up from $1.50
Broadway, Fifth Avenue
h iriti i Frt ij rex nmmiiu
iHtBalni IS WRI MlflrHl
' Room 91.5Q per day and upward.
BUROAN MAN, . CEORGC W. SWtCNCY, MeeaitTea.
Abqus Cirtfan. limijcr, Lite of King Edward Hotel, Torouto, Canada
. n America, 50c and 69c . ?C
mostly all white grounds, with
880, and 3U Green
' 3 Bo, and 40 Ureen
lBo. and 10 Ureen
19Ho. and 20 Ureen
aoo, ana iu ureen stamps
. . . BO,
. .84e, and
. .84o, and
. ,10c, and
. .860. and
. .350. and
. .ISo, and
. .85c, and
or boy would always be
Nothing nicer. We have
opcuu a lew minuses in uui
Alveolar Dentistry a
specialty. Loose teeth
made solid. Nerves
removed without pain.
Wprk guaranteed ten
and 27th St., NEW YORK.
In ttit Centrt
of Hit Shopping
A Madera. FlnH CUm
Compkitta til httota
staU Furfttitunf m4
(Woratlou caurcly Bew
Jirotif rtout. PopuUf miXk
Udic vmUBf tfce city witlt
Ait etcont bcauM ft ta
ameiilf tad cony.
fl rsb smr iqilrV MB
th. Hot astd cd mtc
UOSB. CUUIM MMBsUmL
While Goods for Orndunlion Dresses
Surprising Bargains in Tuesday's Sales
Will Prove j.
THE RELIABLE STORE
Arnold made the finest whit good In America. We have all the whit
?Ioth that that their (Treat prints were printed on, on sale Tuewlaf. f
Arnold's White Organdies '. .S
Arnold's 32-Inch plain White Madras, made to sell at 25c .7W
Arnold's silk warp Moussellne d Sole, made to sell at' 26c. 7
Arnold's plain white Foulard Cloth, made to sell at 39c. . 10
Arnold's white Swiss Applique, made, to sell at 26c .10V
Arnold's woven dotted silk Mulls, made to sell at 25c . , . . , .10
Arnold's plain white Rep, made to sell at 39c ,, XO
12 0,000 yards of various white weaves of Arnold's on sale.
jAU Onr Imported St. Gall Swiss Will Go at Ridiculous Price. '
In High Grade Department. - ''
$1.00 St. Gall Swisses.......
11.50 St. Gall Swisses.... G8
85c St. Gall Swisses. .......... .3f)
76c St. Gall Swisses 35
65c St Gall Swisses 304
69c St. Gall Swisses , -27$
49c St. Oa1 8wlsses 35
39c St. Gall Swisses, ,
Wonderful Prices on All Lines of
Cravenette, Covert and Silk Coats on Salf ,
Tuesday About Half i '(
200 Women's Uravenette 'Coats, values
to $12.60, greys, tans and olives, at,
Silk and Satin Rubberized and Auto
Coats Well worth $18,007 on sale
A Positive Saving of
Our High Grade
for Tuesday's Selling
Hemmed Hack towels and good size
absorbent bath towels, regular value
Extra large hemmed and hemstitched
Huck and satin, rlamask Towels, 25c
values, each 14i
High grade bleached Turkish Towels,'
Ladles'. 50c embroidered, lace and
gauze lisle Hose', all colors, 'on sale at,
Ladies' fancy embroidered antft lace
. Hose, worth up to 35c a pair, choice.
'-10 nd 12M
Ladles' Fancy Hose, in all sizes, values
to 19c, on sale at 10 and 5
Children's School Hose Medium or
heavy ribbed, all sizes, double knee
and sole, values to 25c, 19, 12 M
Children's Hose, worth to 19c, in two
lot" t ' If nd K
Monday's prices on all Fresh Vegetables,
Advance Rnnoucement of Sale
luhsticiot Duncan-Meyers ?LWfffE
, Together with several other great purchases from eastern manu
facturers will be placed .' . ...
On Sale ' Saturday, June 6th
Watch Dally Papers for further
fl Snap in China, for Hotels, Restaurants,
Boarding Houses and Large Families
GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE
2 and 2i-ln. Bakers, per dozen, 60
4- in. Platters, per dozen 50
5- in. Platters, per dozen ' -50
6- ln. Platters, per dozen 65 C
B-ln. Plates, per dozen ..60
6-ln. Plates, per dozen 65
7-ln. Plates,, per dozen 75
Handled Teas, per dozen 752iorders
Teeth Are to Man
WHAT HANDS ARE TO HIS BOOT
Each tooth has a duty to
perform Just as each finger
does. It's Impossible to see
each and every tooth and the
decay that will destroy the
usefulness of one or more
nr a treat many, hence the
importance of a careful look at your
teeth by trusty experience. If you'll
allow us to look at your teeth, you
will gain some information that you
will never have cause to regret. It
will save the loss of one or more, per
haps many teeth
"Price That Don't Provoke."
Taft's Dental Rooms
1517 DOl'GLAS ST. .
is a flavor found
in all onr designs
Baker Bros. Enrjravlag Co.
arksr alack, aha.
At Lake OkoboJI. Ia., is now open
under the S..T- Callender Co. For
Rates. Rooms, etc., address, .
THE INN. OKOBOJI. IOWA
Hardly Ci a
$1.00 Persian and French . Lawns 48
8 Be Persian and French Lawni.,38
75c Persian and French Lawns,. 2S
69c Persian and French Lawns. .25
49c Persian and French Lawes.'. 10
25c English Long Cloths.' 12
25c India Llnons ,X2U'
19c 40-ln. Llnons 10s
39c plain Batiste ............ ,55
Fine White Goods.
Stock of Coats
Fine Covert JacketBlg assortment pt
newest styles, values to $18.00 each
Nobby Silk Coatji la box style, would
sell regularly up to $(.60. your choice
From 33i to 50 in
Linen Department .
All our fine high grade pare linen sad
extra large slie Turkish Towels, vgl
ues up to 60c, each. ........ .,25c
Imported . mercerized Table Damask,
splendid rtage of patterns, full width,
sells up to 79c, at, yard 45
large size, heavy, wrlh ifa, ea 11
Put Them Up This Week ,
The Pineapple season will be short
and all other fruits are scarce, This is
the cheapest fruit to can. We have just
got another car of very fancy Pineap
ples for canning which we will place
on sale tomorrow, Tuesday. ( -) V
Each. . . . . . .Be, 7Hc, 8Hc. 10c, 12Hc
Dozen. . .57 Wc. 80c, BOc, f 1AM, $1.85
Case 2.2rt, 2.7fls $2.75. S3. 75.' $2.75
Fruits, Groceries, Butter and Cheese.
Walt for the greatest bargain
mffmmm'ymmmmmmmi.iH im mm .ii ) I mn
Oyster Bowls, per dozen; ...., .50
White Bowl and Pitcher, each, 37 M
8-inch Plates, each 4 , ,5
Cups and Saucers, each ........ .5
Ice Cream Dishes, each .-3H
We are closing out this stock. By
buying now. you will save yourself
from 20 to 60 per cant on your futurt
This Is the pump which has M
slip at tha ha.L Heretefsrs thl
slipping at. tha heel has bsen a Si(
drawbark on pumps. Wa havs over
coma this In our new styls pumps.
You must bps and wear to appreciate
our new ankle strap pumps.' ,Vs
have them In Russian calf, patsnt oolt
st the following- rsnge of prices:
Children's slies; 1 to 11; ,75
Misses' slss, 11 H to t, 2.03
Women's alies. IH to 6.
Stylish, yet roads for service tb
newest the makers offered In a va
riety of leathers. The prices aad
Children's slsss. IVs'to 11. ' 50
Misses' sixes, 11H to 3. j dilM
Women's aises, t to I,' llta
at $2.00. (2 t0 and
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