Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 22, 1908, NEWS SECTION, Page 2, Image 2
A LEONARD DID NOT PLAN DEED Ball Doug. 618 Both rhones Beach All Dspte. Infl. A-1S41 Porter Who Stole $10,000 Trunk Victim of Evil Impul$e. "NEVER THOUGHT OF IT BEFORE" THE OMAHA SUNDAY REE: NOVEMBER 22, 1009. wmggmi mm Last Call Come Here Monday The last day of the Great Black Dress Goods Sale. Come, watch the crowds buy. .black goods Monday. Almost every -woman wants at least one black dress or skirt. All broken lines to be still further reduced. Every piece Is all aool, superior quality and a handsome black. f 1.00 all wool chiffon Panama, 55c yard. All 1.50 Pekln Stripe Mvelty, 79c yard. All $1.25 Herringbone stripe Novelty,' 76c yard. All $1.25 Parisian stripe Novelty, 76c yard. The secret of the superior quality, beautiful deep rich black lies in the fact they were all made by a noted French manufacturer. This surplus stock came from an importer who wished to close the entire line. Many pretty styles to show you. NOTE It is the skill, thorough tailoring that gives our man tailored skirts to your special order their smart air. Or perhaps it is the good quality of the materials, for quality always counts. See the petty models to choose from. Scalloped Hand Embroidered Fancy Linens Hand embroidered doilies, centers, scarfs and lunch cloths in range of beautiful designs. Irish work and credit to Ireland. Round dollieB, 6-in. in diameter, 60c each. 9-in. In diameter. 65c and 76c each. . .. 12-in. In diameter 85c and $1.00 each. Scalloped Embroidered Scarfs. Scalloped Emb. Scarfs 18x45, $3.00 and $4.00 Scalloped Emb. Scarfs 18x54, $3.50 and $4.50 Scalloped Emb. Scarfs 18x36, $2.50 and $3.56 New Winter Coats This is the Coat Season. All the very newest and most etyliBh garments are being shown on our fecond floor. Velour Coats, Covert Coats, Black Broadcloth Coats, Fancy Coats, Evening Coats, Semt-Evening Coats, hundreds of lovely creations to select from. Coats from $15.00 to $75.00. Silk Hosiery Our Silk Hosiery represents Beauty, Itlllty and Merit In the highest de gree. We now have the fluent line of Kmbroldered Silk Hosiery ever submitted for your inspection. Every pair hand embroidered ea- Fec tally for us. The finest Silk Hons n America. All patterns exclusive. Prices: $2.00 to $10.00 per pair. tea ' W SWT- KAISER'S FAMOUS INTERVIEW Synopsis Published, in Which He Takei Fall Oat of England. GERMAN AMERICAN ALLIANCE Two Gallons Moat Art Tog-ether or Inited States Will Have to Fight Japan In Less Than Tear. NEW YORK. Nov. 21. What purports to be an "absolutely accurate and authentic syr.cpsla" of the Interview obtained from Kmperor William of Germany by Dr. Wil liam Bayard Hale and subsequently with drawn Just as It was about to appear in the Century magaitne. Is printed In the World today. The World declares that the article as originally written was submitted to Dr. Hale and that it appears today "as charged by Dr. Hale." The Interview It eald to have taken place on the imperial yacht Hohenollern, off Bergen, Norway, while Dr. Hale was tlie emperor's guest. The World summar ies the main points of the emperor's inter- View as follows: That King Edward of Great Britain had been humiliating htm for more than two years and that he a as exasperated, tlat Germany was the paramount power u all Europe and that England waa trying d ntutrallze that pewer. That he held Frai ce In the hollow of its ham', and that Russia was of no ac m 6 msvussm raws mm Diamonds No sale too larg:"tione too small for us to handle. We have regular Cut Diamonds in Rings at $5.00, and others up to SI, 200. Ear Screws'Studs'Scarf Pins , Brooches" Pendants" Lock' ets and Cuff Buttons at all ev ev " sk prices. . Let Us Show Them to You i Lunch Cloths Lunch Cloths Lunch Cloths It helps to set His Women's Mocha Gloves Nothing finer or more comfort able for the cold days than a good mocha glove. We are Omaha sell ing agents for Ireland Brothers' makes and know these to be the best. ' One Pearl clasp, best quality of mocha, heavy Bilk lining, in black, brown, tan and gray, per pair $2. One clasp Mocha gloves, either silk lined or unlined, In black, brown, tan, red and gray, per pair $1.50. Cotton Challis Faat colored, fine quality, In beautiful line of l'rslan and floral deiilgns. Juat splendid for comfort cover ings. , At special price, $Ho yard. count ' since " the disastrous war It had staged with Japan. "That If the pan-European war which had been so much talked about was Inevi table, the'' sooner it came the better It would be. for him, becauae ho was ready and was tired of the suspense. Grent Britain Decadent. "That Great Britain had been a decadent nation ever alnce lta victory over, th Trarsvaal and the Orange Free State, be. cause it was an unrighteous, , ungodly cause, and Divine judgment was bouni eventually to overtake the powerful no tion that waged auch a. War. "That the Anglo-Japanese alliance waa an iniquitous alliance against all the whl'.e races, England proving: absolutely Its faithlessness aa a.Chrlaflan nation; that Japan waa honeycombing India with sedi tion and flooding It with spies while pro f easing openly to be England's frieltd ajnrt ally. . "That the only way to counteract this alliance was for Germany and America to ot together at an early date, or America would have to fight the Japanese in ' ten months. . - "That In the event of a great war Eng land would lose many ot her large colonies, especially thoae In the Pacific, and that all he would t"ke for Germany would - be Egypt, though he would liberate the Holy Iand from the yoke of the Infidel, pre sumably meaning the sultan.. "That tho perfecting of the Zeppelin di rigible balloon would give Germany a powerful advantage In war, and It was ready to make use of It to-the fulleat. ex tent." o Serrecv Imposed. The World declarea that Emperor William know when he made these statements that m m The Horn Has precipitated a most prosperous season upon us. From all over the great United States comes news of bounteous crops which indicates a season of unprecedented prosperity and that money will be plentiful. It certainly is a season of thankfulness. Not only are we thankful for all of these great things, but are thankful for your valued patron age of the past year. This great and successful store could not have grown to its present basis without it. "Ve especially invite you to our store on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday , of this week. Aside from the great winter stocks which are now at their best; there will be many lines specially priced. After Thanksgiving we, commence our Xmas readiness. Better get those gift lists ready. t Thanksgiving Linens Three more days then Thanksgiving; tis time to think of table linens. Of course every hostess will want her table to look Its very best. In many cases this means a new cloth or a dozen napkins or perhaps some doylies. We are prepaVed to meet you wants with linens thattiave character and quality and they are not high priced. Buy the Thanksgiving linens at Omaha's best linen store Thompson, Belden & Co. Lunch Cloths. 36x36, $3.50, $3.75 and $6.75 45x45, $4.50 and $4.75. 54x54, $6.75. Majesty the Turkey off in a better manner to have your linens Separate Skirts" Designed by Bonwit. Models after Drlacoll and other skirt specialists. Skirts ready to wear, made by men tailors, at $8.60, (10 00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00 and up to $35. , Fine Furs All the Christinas Furs are now here. Choice skins, lovely new styles, in Lynx. Fox, Wolf, Chinese Sable. Mink and other stylish furs. All the new Rug Muffs. See what we show before you purchase. Something New at Infant's Wear Department. The new things are always shown here, first. Thursday's express brought us these beautiful and ex clusive robes; to be used for carri ages or go-carts. Made of white Mongolian lam. Cape Angora, genuine Angora and Thibbet. All have linings of fancy quilted .satin, satteen or eid erdown. Prices $4.60, $6.00, $7.50, "$8.00. $9.00, $12.50, $16.60, and $25.00 each. Now on display ot infants' wear de partment. Stop and see them. Dr. Hale waa an American newspaper man and magaitne writer, but that neverthe less the statements were made without reservation and that no secrecy was Im posed. The Interview had been formally arranged through the German foreign of fice, it is said, and that at the conclusion of the Interview, Dr. Hale returned to Berlin and told ' high officials of the for eign office the success he had had. ' "They forbad him to publish It," the World story continues. "Then they ex plained to lilir. at some length that even a hint at possibilities so serious, coming from one who had been the emperor's guest, might throw the wholo world. Into the most disastrous war of all time. , The attitude of these officials is said to have been that the emperor was Irresponsible when he gave way to auch fits of temper." Foreign Office Bloe Pencils. It Is said that Dr. Hale obeyed the In structions of the foreign office In the prep aration of his Interview.' but later, when the manuscript was submitted to the high German officials, "they are said to have so butchered It that little which was worth wbllo waa left." It was In this final form, according to the World, that .the article was accepted by the Century. It was prac tically ready for publication when the re quest came from Berlin that even the Inter view In Its revised form be suppressed. Then tho electrotypes and all copies of the Interview were destroyed before the public snnouncement that the Interview had been withdrawn was made. , EMPEROR READS, HIS SPEECH Follows Printed Form Handed Him by Chancellor. BERLIN, Nov. 21. Emperor William made a public speech in this city this morning on the occasion of the centennial celebration of the formation of the city council of Berlin. Instead of speaking ex temporaneously, aa Is his usual custom, he read his address from a printed form that was handed to him by Chancellor Ton Bue low. Hia majesty said: "The municipality of Berlin was created In tho midst of the fire of the wars of liberation, but since that time it has been developed by the devotion of the cttixena of the capital. This gives me hope that the municipality of the future also will retain the spirit of true cltltenshlp and that nothing will force Itself between the prince and the people." TROUBLES ARE LOOMING UP (Continued from First Page.) operating expenses of the entire system wers about 71 per cant of the gross earn ings of the system. The gross earnings of the company la Nebraska were $J0.64. 786.74 and tho operating expenses amounted to $12,0O4.7W.t7. The company received per passenger per mile In Nebraska 18.1 mills and on the system 18.1 mills. The receipts per ton per, mile in Ne breaks wars 11.1 mills and on the system 71 mills. Tho average number of pas sengers per train carried la Nabraaka was seventy-two and on the entire system sixty- one. Thirty-three people wers killed and 694 m j,. pajjflsjsjnsnassssasissesessnnsonsssssssssaBsssssssisBsssssssssssB of Plenty Embroidered Table Cloths for Thanksgiving 2x3 yard embroidered table cloths, $15 and $25 each. 2x3 yard embroidered table cloths, $25, $30, $35 and $45. 2Ux2U yard embroidered table cloths, $35 each. . Women's Sweater Coats and Vests Very new and comfortable Vests from $1.25 to $2.60. Coats from $3.60 to $5.00. Women's Fine Tailor-Made Suits Our grand assortment of Fine Suits is still un broken, tl ougli we have sold hundreds and hundreds of lovely Suits this neason. We are . constantly re reiving new things from the fashion centers .if this great country. Monday some 30 Suits, broken sizes, worth up to $30.00, at $15.00. No alterations. Kabo Corsets We have placed In stock several new models of Kabo corsets all de signed to supply the necessary figure for the latest effect in gowns. Among them the new long back with the front severely straight producing a very slender waist effect. There are a number .of very distinctive styles In the Kabo line, among which are unusually well fitting models for slender and over-developed figures. Prices from $1.00 to $3.50 each. Injured in Nebraska during the year. No passenger was killed. Twenty-two of the number killed were reported trespassers and eleven were railway employes. The company has capital stock amount ing to $110,839,100 and its bonded debt Is $1)13,061,000. During the year the company paid $15,617,474 in dividends and drew from the surplus fund $6,650,346. One dividend, ot 8 per cent and another of 6 per cent were paid on the stock. The company paid on bonded Indebtedness $7,126,003.33. It ex pended $13,650,616.23 in betterments for road way and equipment, which waa charged to capital stock and $3,186,414.61 which was charged to special funds. Delegation Mlases Governor. Governor Sheldon this morning went to Aurora to join Mrs. Sheldon, who went thero yesterday. By leaving when he did the governor missed a delegation from Wa hoo, headed by Chairman Hamilton of the republican county committee of Saunders county. Thla delegation came down to tell the governor that E. E. Good of Wahoo would make mighty good on the supreme bench aa one of the Judges he has to ap point. The delegation thought it had an engagement with the governor, but the dates evidently got mixed. Cnpltal City Briefs. Senator Norrls Brown came in yesterday from Omaha, and after a consultation with Senator Burkett left thla morning for Au rora, where Governor Sheldon intended to spend Sunday, Company C of the Flrat regiment. Na tional Guard, will have a banquet on the night of November 24 at Beatrice. The following have been Invited to be present: Governor Sheldon. Adjutant General Schwars. Major Phelpe, Major Birkner. Captain Cook and Sergeant Ross. Miss May Wlliarnuth, now stenographer in the office of the adjutant general, will become the stenographer in the office of the state treasurer, I G. Brian, the first of the year. Booth Chicago Mills to Resume. r-Hir-Arsn Nov. 21. Official announce ment waa made today that work will be resumed at once at the mllla of the Illinois Bieel company at South Chicago, the majority of which have been Idle for more than a year, it was saio. mai e.uuu men iii h ilr,i Immediately and that by De cember 1 the mllla will be running In full force, fcivlng employment to St leaat 12.0u0 men. TO ENJOV POSTUM DEST make sura It Is boiled at least IS mlnuUs. That brines forth flavor and food value. "There's a Retisn" Pennants, Pillows, Armbands .Thanksgiving Day relghton University and Haskell Indians will Indulge in a foot ball game. Show your college spirit by waving a pennant at-the game. Complete stock of Creighton pennants from 25c to $1.00. Creighton University arm bands at 25c. Nebraska University Pennants, Bellevue Pennants, Omaha High School Pennants, Brownell Hall Pennants, 25c to $1.00. If we haven't what you want we will order it for you, no extra charge. Complete line of felt pillow tops representing different schools and universities, makes a fine Xmas gift. Buy them now at our store. A PHOENIX MUFFLER you will need one to wear at the foot ball game Thursday. Has a sweater effect, an excellent covering for the throat and chest. Snaps In front. ' All colors in plain and fancy at men's department, each 50c. Bargain Square in Basement, Monday Remnants of unbleached muslin, regular 6cquallty, at, yard 2 He. Remnants of 10c outing flannels, in light and dark colorings, at, yard 6c. Round Center Pieces 18-ln. In diameter, $1.60 and $1.75 each. 20-ln. in diameter, $2.00 each. 30-ln. in diameter, $2.76, $3.50, and $3.75 each. 45-in. in diameter, $7.50 each. 54-in. in diameter, $12.00 each. Special Sale Fancy Linens Monday 100 dozen 35c eyelet embroidered dollies, Monday's price 15c each. 50 dozen $1.50 eyelet embroidered centerpieces, Monday's price, 89c each. 75 dozen eyelet embroidered center pieces, Monday's price. fi.bu eacn. of a snowy white. Round and Square Scalloped Table Cloths and Napkins to Match 2x2 yards scalloped round cloths $6.00 and $7.50. 2Iix24 yd. scalloped round cloths $7.75 and $10. 2x2 yd. scalloped round cloths $10 and $12. 2x2 y yd. scalloped square cloths $6.75 and $7.50.' 2x3 yd. scalloped square cloths $8.76. 22x22 in. scalloped napkins $10 per dozen. 26x26 In. scalloped napkins, $15.00 dozen. Blanket Department Cotton Blankets at 39c a pair. Sllkoline Comforts at 98c each. Malsh Laminated Cotton Com forts, size 72x84, at $2.00 each. Down Comforts at $5.00 and $6.00 each. Crib Comforts, regular 60c qual ity, Monday at 39c each. "St. . Mary's" Wool Blankets, white or natural, at $4.25 a pair. Beacon Blankets at all prices from 75c to $5.00. Domestic Department Cotton Batting for com forts, size 72x90, one make comfort, 76c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.60 each. ASUTON NOW A PEER (Continued from First Page.) lean of Pittsburg, who Is now in Ireland, la so deeply interested In the industrial revival movement that he has announced his readiness to back anv nrantlcal Indus. 'trial undertaking In Ireland with $50,000. He is making a tour or the country, Inves tigating its business possibilities, and he declares that he will Interest a Urge amount of American capital in Irish In dustries on his return. F. X. CULLEN. NINE BURIED IN MINE Thla la Death Mat is Near Red Lodaje Burned. Coal Mines Bodies HELENA, Mont., Nov. 21. A special to the Record from Red Lodge says that nine men lost their lives as the result of a fire in the coal mines of the Northwestern Improvement company. These bodies have betn recovered, but the others are believed to be Irretrievably buried beneath thou sands of tons of earth and burned to a crisp. All the victims, with one exception, vtre Finns. The six men reported missing laat night attempted to escape through tunnel No. I. instead of going by way of the air shaft Trey were overtaken by the flames and suff tested. TWENTY YEARS FOR ASSAULT Fate of Walter took. Who Abases Little Ulrl la Soath Omaha. " ' Walter Cook, convicted by a jury in criminal court of a criminal aaaault on a little Pouth Ornaha girl, waa sentenced to twenty years In the penitentiary Saturday morning by Judge Bears. Before senten cing him Judge Sears overruled a motion for a new trial. Cook was charged with enticing two lit tle girls. Hauls Rothhols snd Beulah Graham, Into a room In the hotel in which they all lived and committed the assault on Hgttie Rothhols. FIRST RIOT MrtONG CHINESE Report Reaches State DeaartmVat of Troahlo oa Yangtae, Near Haakow. WASHINGTON, Nov. fL-The first re port of an outbreak under the new regime n China came to the State department today from American Consul General Mar tin at Hankow, who reported that a riot had occurred on the Tangtae in that vicin ity. The cause of the trouble waa not ststed. Aaaroada Ftra Not Series. BLTTB, Mont., Nov. IL-An official state ment by the Amalgamated Copper com pany today says that the fire In the Ana condl properties Is no more serious than Thanksgiving Candy Special for Monday Balduff's stand up pan caramels plain and nut assorted regu lar price 50c per pound, Monday pound, only 30c. It has been for ten years past and that a full force of men will soon resume work. REPORT ON COTTON GINNING Over Nino Million Bales Prodneed from Growth of 1008 to Mid dle of November. WASHINGTON. Nov. U.-A total of 9,630. 563 bales and 26,638 active ginneries are an nounced 1n the census bureau report issued today summarising the cotton ginned from the growth of 1908 to November 14 and the number of active ginneries, against 7,300,646 bales and 26,621 active ginneries for the, corresponding date last year. The report counts round as half balea and excludes Haters. The report includes 171,112 round balea for 108, 142.210 for 1S07 and 200,866 for 1906. Sea Island bales Included 67,136 for 1ft . 44,698 for 1907 and 30,671 for 1906. Sea Island cotton . Includes Florida, 23,634 balea; Georgia, 27,283 and South Carolina. 6,218. GOOD FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM Two Haadred Covers Will Bo Laid for the Dinner at Commercial t'loh Taeaday. Arrangement of the program , for the "Good Fellowahlp" dinner at the Com mercial club Tuesday evening Is as fol lows: Toastmaster Euclid Martin. Thoroughbreds T. B. McPherson. Good Fellowship T. W. McCullough. Railroad Ties A. L Mohler. Bulls and Breaks Bruce McCulloch. Greater Omaha W. S. Wright. The number of reservations made 1 Saturday noon makes It evident that tli limit of 200 covers to be laid will be easily attained. '. . . Sta rs and Stripes DEER rk crackling fire, an easy chair, a bottle or Stars and Stripes to sip, and let the winds howl without! Have you a case at home? Do you know how much It adds to the enjoyment of a winter's evening? Call us up tomorrow decide It now and learn a hat good beer really Is. Order a Case Delivered WILLOW SPRINGS BREWING CO. Office 140T Saras St., Vhoas Bong. 10. Brewery, rhoas mm ui' hi i.miii.uiis ii in a.i'JUB loan lnn In Helnnird from St. Joseph and Indued In Jatl lo Await Hie Law's Demand i. On the Impulse of a moment, Charles I.ronarJ. porter at (lie llrnshaw hotel, tripped and fell from honor to obloquy ; with no evil premeditation, lie did a deed In an Inatant of temptation that may aon.l him from tl.e sphere ot simple respectabil ity to prison. "1 never thought of taking the trunk . until an hour before 1 did." This was the stittement made last nlfiiit by Ionrfid, who admits he Mole a Jewelry trunk containing $(0." worth of sample; and stock from Charles F. Hartshorn. ii traveling salesman. Leonard arrived in Uniahu at 6:10 last evening In the custody of Detective,' Van Dusen, who went to St. Joseph r'rtiliiy night to get him. After the arrlv, of Mm train and while waiting for the patrol wagon to convey them to the pollcejallin. Van Dusen and Leonard sat In the Vjttln room of the Burlington depot. I.eonm JVvm very uncommunicative, but In answert direct questions admitted taking the truiilr. saying he knew of Its valuable contents and that on the spur of the moment and under a sudden Impulse he tried to gei away with it. "Any hotel reported ran tell by looking t a trunk what Is In It." he said. "Shoe trunks, hat trunks, clothing trunks, all ate different." It is thought that the trunk was not even opened by Leonard. He checked It to Pt. Joseph,, but It waa Intercepted at Hamburg. Ia. and Leonard was arrested when Ills train reached Bt. Joseph. When asked what his plans were In the event he had not been arrested, Leonard aid he had made none and had not even thought of how he would dispone of the Jewelry. He says he has no relatives. He is well dressed, wearing a dark suit and srotless linen, but wore no overcoat. On his arrival at the police station he wa searched and locked up to await trial, as he has already been Indicted by the grand Jury. SHIP'S MEN N0JGIVEN LEAVE Hear Admiral Sperry Writes Letter la Which He ftpraka of Cholera. MANILA, Nov. 21. Roar Admiral Sperry addressed a letter to Governor General Smith tocay saying that It had been de- ciueu not to grant iut men ui ma Aiwmit battlrshlu fleet leave of absence' during the stay of the ships in Manila bay. Thla decision, the - rear admiral soys. Is based on the advice of the medical of I hers of the fleet as well as his own convictions. The letter statea that the dally reports of the Health department ahows the presence of cholera in Manila and that during tlie progress of the epidemic a large percentage of the cases reported were dead or mori bund, showing that they had been con cealed. Iowa Pioneer Dead. WEMSTKR CITY. la., Nov. 11. (Special Telegram ) N. A. Helen, a prominent resi dent of this city alnce IU6, dl(d at his home this afternoon, eged 87 years. His son, C. D. Helen, was the founder of the Des Moines Tribune. Beatrice High a Winner. ' egram.) The Beatrice High school foot ball team defeated the Wymote eleven here today by the score of 44 lo 0. The home team played all around the visitors and won in a walk. . . PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. General Henry N. Nevlua. commanding general of the Grand Army of the Republic, with a party of sixteen will arrive In Omaha on the morning of Decern bm , the date of the opening of the National Corn exposition. The party will bo enroute to Salt lJke City, via Denver, where they will be from December 13 to 17. The com mittee goea to Salt Lake City to arrange for the annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic which will be held In Bait Lake City next summer. George W. Cooper will leave Omaha Mon day for Klrksvllle, Mo lila former home, to enjoy a brief visit with a brother who resides there, and will go thence to Florida to spend the winter In quest of rest and recreation. Mr. Cooper will return t) Omaha In the spring lo resume the practice of his profession. He haa leased his h'-mn on Hurt street for the winter and his offlcei in the Brown block will be occupied In his absence from home by Attorney George Merten. NOW Is the Time to Clean Up Special! For this Monday only we will Bteam or dry clean' and press Gents' Suits, Oravenettes or Overcoats for $1.00. Work called for and delivered. AVe do anything in the line of cleaning, dyeing, pressing and repairing. U. S. Cleaning Co. 414 North 10th St. Omaha, Neb. Phones I BelL Song. 1S7S. Xnd., B-16T8 Koto Yea mast briar this id van tags of this speolal. aa to ft A foaming, refreshing, satisfying drink that makes sturdy men and women. " . . .. Green Trading Stamps 3.00 In Stamps (30) given with each te mps each of losen case of Uri bottles, de livered In the city fur. $2.25 Out of town cut. toinors add fl it for case and bottles. l.SO in Ktampe (ill 3 Hen with each' two oaen caae uf small bottles. 1e- 9 )C livered In J l.flj the city for. . .w Out of town cus tomers add fl ltS lor caae and bottles. Itrop us a postal rani or telephone us to deliver a csee to your home. ad aad Hickory, Xoag. lSSi.