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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900.
STILL AFTER WHITE SLAYERS
United States Officers Make Important
Arrest at Crawford, Neb.
WILLIAM KARSLAR PUT EI JAIL
Oaa of Gaaa? that the Aathnrltles
Have Been fterklaa; for Brlaclaa;
la Homrn of Immoral
Thst the United 8tste Immigration au
thorltiea are determined to abolish the
whit slave traffic In the west In evidenced
by the arrest Bundajr of William Karslar,
allis Jack Handera, at Crawford, on the
charge of Importing alien women Into the
country for Immoral purpose. The woman
In question thla time Is Jane Jonee, who
H with otho.r women brought Into Ne
braaka In May. 1908. Karslar waa Wound
over In fl.dno, and falling to aecure ball la
locked up In Jail at Chadron.
Ilia arrest waa brought about In a pe
culiar way. He waa wanted by the atate
uthorltlea for selling liquor without a
license, and waa apprehended In Denver
and brought to Crawford by the atate
authorities under a requisition. He fur
nished ball for this offense and was about
to return to Denver when he waa arrested
by Deputy United 8tntes Marshal A. M.
Wright on a complaint sworn out by the
Immigration authorities, charging him with
Importing Immoral women Into the country.
." T'Krler Oae of a Gaaa;-
Karslar waa one of three others whom
the Immigration authorities wanted for the
same offense and for maintaining an Im
moral hou?e at Chadron. They were
l-oulne Flore, alias Llllle Krlcboom;
Teter I Krlcboom and Thereso Krlcboom,
who were arrested several days ago at
Chadron at tbe Instance of Immigrant In
spector W. It. Mansfield, formerly of
Omaha, but now of Denver. The Krlc
boomi are now out on ball.
It Is alleged that the Krlcboom s and
Karslar are the agents of the white slave
Importing concern, with headquarters In
Chicago and New Tork, which has recently
been broken up by the government au
thorities. A Mrs. Desprees, recently arrested In
Omaha for harboring Llllle Du Prey prior
to the latter' arrest and deportation, Is
aid to be In collusion with the Krlcbooms
and Karslar, importers of Immoral women.
OMAHA GETS NO TOURNEY
Coses the Military Function to Des
Moines at Result of Hall's
Ylmaha will nnt get the regular army
military tournament this year as was an
ticipated. Congressman J. A. T. Hull of the Des
Molnoa (Iowa) district, who does not let
anything get away from Des Moines, has
succeeded In convincing the War depart
ment thnt Des Molnr.i Is the only place
worthy to be considered In the matter of
a military tournnmrnt during this yrar of
our Ixrd, 1M., So neither St. Joseph nor
Omaha need expect to witness any mill
tary displays this year unless It puts up
the price for a visit to Des Molncs.
Brigadier General Charles Morton, de
partment commander; Lieutenant Colonel
W. P. Evans, chief of stuff, and Major D.
K. McCarthy, chief quartermaster of the
Department of the Missouri, will go to
Des Moines Tuesday to lork over the
ground for the proposed tournament and
will make their recommendations accord
ingly. The tournament will txke p!ace some time
In September and about 5,000 regular troops
from the pnl of the Department of the
M1S' ur1, Including cavalry, artillery, In
fantry, tlm ensln-or and signal corps, will
participate. The tournnment, which will
Include all rorts of military maneuvers,
military ballooning and miscellaneous mili
tary, drills and athletics, will last about
Tuesday's Special Sales
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HELPING'S HEWING SII,KS, flloa, roma
embroidery silks etc. Art Needlework dept
About the New Spring Suits
60-inch grey mixture Dress Goods Suitings in
new checks, stripes and bars, at, yard
300 pieces of fancy Dress Silks New spring
patterns, on bargain square.
27-inch fancy and plain Tokio Silks OQn QCfe
Thousands of yards at two special prices, yd" v L"0elL
Women's and men's Umbrellas Plain and fancy handles,
Paragon frames mercerized twill worth up CQf
to $1.50, at , vJL
Many with case, cord and tassel unusual bargain.
Women's and men's all pure linen Handkerchiefs, 1 n
at, each j 0 2t
Women's and men's fine cotton Handkerchiefs. 01 q
White and colored borders, all kinds, at, each. . . 0 2 v
Women's colored embroidered Collars, laundered, at 5c
ine vai. .Laces ana insertions In white, ecru r j
and fancy colors, bargain square, yard 31 ji
wide corset cover Embroideries at, yard 15c
Fine torchon and wide curtain Laces at, yard 5c
Women's fast black Hosiery, seamless, good 1
weight, at, pair '. 0 2Vt
Men's Socks, mixed Rdckford style Blue and ra
brown, at, pair . . .31
5 BIG BARGAINS IN BASEMENT
All Well Known Staple Merchandise.
At regular muslin sheet and pll"
low case dept. Lonsdale and
Fruit of the Loom muslin.
These afe the most popular of
all the yard wide bleached
goods sold from the
bolt, Tuesday fore
noon, at, yard ,
Staple apron check ginghams.
from the bolt When you Bee
the quality you will know the
brand. Never again will you
have a better chance to buy
apron ginghams that are sold
as high as 6 He yard,
all day Tuesday,
iara wiae ftew style Percales Better percales than these cannot
be had for 12 He yard. Waist and dress lengths, In the
pretty medium and light styles just the thing for He
spring wear all day Tuesday, yard . lit
Bleached Armorslde Sheeting
9-4 wide, with the welded
seam which makes It more
durable than . the regular
sheeting. This Is something
new and will give splendid
24c values, at,
Dreas Ginghams Everyone
should attend this special sale.
All the new fancy styles, also
staple stripes and checks In
lengths suitable for waisU,
dresses and children's vam
. . . . .
. uesi oi me popular
au aay Tuesday, yd
U Brandeis Stores I
NEW ARMY ROSTER ISSUED
List of Troops Within the Depart
nient of the Mlsauarl He
vised. The new roster of the Department fit the
Missouri has Just been Issued from depart
ment headquarters. It shows the following
troops serving In the department Engineers,
Third battalion, Fort Iavenworth. Hos
pital corps. Company A, Fort D. A. Russell,
Wyo. Signal corns. Companies, B, D and
H. Fort Omaha. Cavalry. Becond regiment,
Fort Des Molncs: Fourth regiment, head
quarters, band and first and third squad
ron, Fort Meade, 8. I.; Seventh regiment,
Fort Riley, Kan,; Eighth regiment, head
quarters, band and first and third squad
rons (less Troop M), Fort Robinson, Neb.;
Troop M, Fort I). A. Russell; Tenth regi
ment, Troop M. Fort Riley; Thirteenth
regiment, third squadron, . Fort Leaven
worth (will sail for the Philippines
March 5.) Field artillery, Second regiment,
battery C; Fourth regiment, headquarters,
second battalion and Battorles E and F,
Fort IX A- Russell; Fifth regiment Battery
K. Fort Leavenworth; 8lxth regiment. Fort
Riley. Infantry, Eleventh regiment, third
battalion, Fort D. A. Russell; Thirteenth
ragiment, Fort Leavenworth; Sixteenth
regiment,, headquarters, band and seoond
and third battalions. Fort Crook, and Nine
teenth regiment, third battalion. Fort Mac
To several posts of the department have
a capacity for accommodating 11,667 men
and about 10,000 horses.
There is now under actual construction
at the several posts sixty-five sets of offi
cers' quarters, twenty-six seta of quarters
for enlisted men and , foir stables for
horses. These do not contemplate the ad
dition and buildings to be constructed at
the various poBts under the new appro
priations for building purposes during the
Honorable discharge by purchase has
been granted Corporal Walter M. Wright,
Company M, Sixteenth Infantry, , Fort.
rrlvate J. C. Plerson of the signal corps
has been ordered to proceed to Fort Rob
inson, Neb., to relieve Sergeant Thomas
Williams of the saqie corps. In completing
the installation of a telephone line at that
poBt. Sergeant Williams will return to
Fort Omaha. '
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Fio Syrup Co.
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Eierj Wcmaa Will t3 Islereslel
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BLIND PIG IS CAPTURED
Old Animal la taaaht I.irklnar Va
Tabfal of strong, Red
A "blind pig," In full operation, with a
tuhful of bottled beer and whisky on hand
and three colored people making merry
around the fountain of their joy, was raided i
by Police Officera Donohoe, Wooldrldgo,
Mitchell and Msloney Sunday. morning. The
joint waa located at 1311 Davenport atrcet
and Lattla Clayton, a negrera, was ar-
lerted aa the keeper of the house, while
Carl Lee and A. Hat bin, also colored, were
arrested as lnmatea. All three were charged
with being suspicious characters at the
police station. The tub of liquor waa
held aa evidence against the trio.
'Ah didn't do nothln' wrong," declared
the Clayton woman In court. "Ah Jea'
drunk eight bottlea of beer Sunday an'
didn't d nothln' else."
She and the two men were dlacharged.
there being no evidence that beer was sold
or that any disturbance occurred at the
Clayton woman's house.
CHAMPION BEEF ON THE HOOK
Carraaa af Nebraska Bred Prli" Steer
flaw la Loral Coollas
The Nabraaka-bred champion steer, which
haa attracted such universal attention fur
Its general perfection, has been transposed
Into marketable beet and la now In the
cooling rooms of the Swift Parking com
pany's satabllshment at Thirteenth and
Iavenworth streets and wtll shortly b
dispoawt of to Omaha, consumers.
The dressed carcass Is now on exhibition
and la pronounced by meat men the best
specimen of perfect bevf ever shown In
Omaha. The steer waa IH years old and
dreesed tit pounds.
T. J. Shorter, local manager for the Swift
company jn Omaha, takea especial pride In
this spler.illd sprclmen of Nebraska beef,
ahUh ha staled araa a cred.t to the Stat
nnlvsralty, and la an vide oca that with
Intelligent cara Nebraska la capable of pro
ducing ti.e finest beef In the worUt.
Aarstaa-taa Ibarra Meetlaa.
VT.H MOINKS. la.. Kb- a.-Ftrmal an
nousjcamanl of the data of the nest meeting
of the laternattoaal eottforanre of the
I'nhxt Norwegian Lrfitheraa cbareh. to lake
plat e at Ixs Molttea June l IX waa made
A aevtaas KiMsisaa
rrailta fruaa chroale eaasilpathNB. I.
King Kew lJU Itlia aura aeaAaraa,
aioaasck ller aad bawel treat..' a Wot
aala b bMias I r
i'et it's a good deal when you
pay it out for a pair of men's
shoes that are worth no more,
and for all you know until
you have worn them a week,
a great deal less.
Our customers never take
such chances when they buy
a pair of
Our $3.50 Specials
Every pair has more than
$3.50 to them, and our guar
antee is your money back if
you are not satisfied.
Patent colt, velour and ho
calf and vici kid all the new
and latest lasts.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1119 Farnsm Street
Tka ear tiigh-claai
Baluag Ptowdar soU at
The business now being done In new suits is
highly gratifying. It demonstrates a point we
have persistently made that Bennett's maintain
a commanding position in Omaha retailing of
We say It again, and we are told so almost
daily by women who grow enthusiastic over tbe
showing that it's the most representative line of
smrt models at popular prices in the stores of
Our buyers are in touch with the master
tailors and designers and manufacturers turn
ing out women's apparel on the closest margins.
The smart, graceful lines upon which the new
suits are modeled will appeal to you. The pretty
fabrics, the serges and light weight worsteds in
their new shadings of taupe green, taupe gray,
ashes of roses, the new blues, the tans, etc.,
compel the admiration of all. There's quality,
too, conspicuous In every one of them, yet the
prices are surprisingly moderate
Oxford Ties and
Slippprs Very Speeial
An opportunity not often pre
sented. Reductions are decisive
with but one object In view, quick
Women's House Slippers, with or
without straps, broken sizes,
$1.60 values. If your slee is
here, buy them for 50
Women's Oxfords Ties and low.
shoes, hand sewed, In patent kid,
patent colt, gun metal and vlcl,
regular $3 values, pair $1.69
Women's Low Shoes Regular $3
and $4 kinds, small sizes only,
to close, pair 91.00
Men's Houso Slippers Comfort
able and usually sell at 75c
Tuesday, on sale while they last,
at, pair 43
A SILK SURPRISE
Soft, washable black Jap silk,
about half value. It's the kind
that makes ideal summer waists
for all who wear black. It's 27
inches wide and regu
larly gells at 50c, 25
pieces' on sale at . . .
MISS MINERVA and
WILLIAM GREEN HILL
AKOTHZS Kl. WlOOa.
Another new book. with a delight
ful little love story by Frances
Boyd Calhoun. . .
Hcreamlngly ridiculous situa
tions mingled with bits of pathos
In the delightfully humorous tale
of the south. You'll be in a whirl
of laughter over "Sanctified
Bophy," "Uncle Jimmy-Jawed
Jupiter," ' and "Aunt Blue-Qam
Tempy a Peruny Pearllne'a thll
lens. Your heart will go out to
little Billy and the quaint
speeches of bad Jimmy, Billy's
chum, who says, "You all tlnrn
otter get little boys In trouble.
you 'tout ma
rabbit they Is."
12 mo. sise, richly
bound, list price
$1.00, In our book
tiic Ti'iniTV-crrnnn MimvFnsAnY SAIT
Ilia I 11 tall I I UkUUIIU Illla.S aalSWIteS i
rnNTfNiirs WITH UNABATED INTEREST TUESDAY V
Days of the
TNI RELIABLB STORK
a suit dt
of keen In-V
Tuesday we clem up all odd lots and broken lines
from the past three days' tremendius selling
Four Big Specials in the Cioak Department'
Near Seal and Astrakhan Fur Coats Just 25 in the lot, garments
that sold regularly up to $40.00 will be closed Tuesday at on
price; most magnificent bargains ever offered at, C 1 4 Qfl
Women's Cloth Coats
100 garments in the
lot, well worth $12.60,
Women's Long Silk Ki
monos Big assort
ment for selection
16.00 values, on sale,
Many other delightful bargains in Women's Ready-to-Wear Garment otJ
all descriptions. Come early. .
Women's Sateen Under
$1.25 quality, all sties,
will go In thla sale
Bennett's Big Grocery
.80o and 40 Oreen
. . 3Bo and 40 Oreen
.l.M and 50 Oreen
Bennett's Reliable Coffee, lb.
Teas., assorted, pound
Pride of Bennett's Clour, sack
Capitol' Baking; Powder, 6 lba SI. OO and 100 Oreen
Fruit Jellies. Dure, slass .18140
Gal Hard's Olive Oil. larK bottle 70o and 40 Green
Minute Gelatine, assorted flavors. 2 Dkas SBo and
Bnlder's Pork and Beans, can , 900 and
Cleaned Currants, three lbs ...B5o
Seedless Raisins, California Seedless, usual price
15c; special, three pounds for , SBo
FKK-O-See, four pkgs SBo
Diamond S Chill Sauce, bottle ISo and 10 Oreen
Orated Horseradish, bottle So
Hub-No-More Soap, six cakes 860 and
Poppy Kvap. Milk, large can lOo and
Pure Honev. Mason Dint Jar SBo and
Strait's Cube Pineapple, can .'. ..SOo and 10 Green
Burnham's 20c Clam Chowder lSHo
Monarch. Asparagas, pieces, large can 83 o and 10 Green
Glen Rosa Seedless Raisins, pound pkgs., regular
15c quality; special, pkg loo
The Jewel Series
Watch for Ladles Is the proper size. They are small,
good, and taaty plain and engraved patterna ranging
around $25.00 and $36.00. They are beauties. Spend a
few minutes and see them. Look for the name
S. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler
IBIS DOUGLAS 8TKXZT
It cou leas amd a mat h nor
roarralrat to re mala Onrwm Iowa
I sooa and
Lunch at Hanson's
Tha quirk srtee a ad reasonable
rhai-gat are swrartalajr
Tea wU) fla4 tao las are eat Wualnoaa
mm aera daily. .
Sfr 1 i 1
March 1 to April 30, 1909
LOW QUE WAY RATES
Are In effect to many points In
these states. Tickets good In Tour
ist Bleeping Cars (on payment of
tourUt car rates). By taking a
Tourist Car to the Pacific Coast
passengers can save money. Tour
ist Sleepers run through dally.
Electric Block Signals all
the Wit Tbi to Tnttl
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1324 Farnam Street.
Thonssi Bell, Doug. 183S lad. A -3831
SBERIHVS CHILBLAIN CURE
Speedily and permanently cures
FROST BITES AND CHILBLAINS
Also Coras, Soft Ooras and Baaloaa.
Price, per bottle lie, by mall 10c.
Sherman & LlcConucIl Drug Co.
Corner Mth and Dodge Insets-
Great Linoleum Sale Continues Tuesday
QCp nH Q'lf or prado rprec Linoleums, worth
uul dllU OUw regularly to 75c a square yard. Long
remnants of full bolts. Nearly a carload, over 7,000 square
yardsj left from Monday's great sale will be closed Tuesday.
Don't miss this great opportunity.
Anniversary Furnishing Goods Specials
Small lots and broken lines
Sales, greatest snaps ever. .
9 to 10 A. M. Men's and boys'
heavy fleeced shirts, to 75c val
ues, men's and boys' sweaters,
woolen and heavy cotton, val
ues to $2.00; choice .25c
10 to 11 A. M. Men's Tercale
Shirts, in neat stripes and 50
doz. work shirts, 50c and 75c
values, at 25c
to be closed in a series of Hour
11 A. M. to 12 M Men's heavy
wool shirts and drawers, all
sizes, made to sell at $1.50 gar
ment; on sale for this hour 39c
2 ta 3 P. M. Ladies 'Muslin
Gowns, values to $2.50; choice
of lot :goc
3 to 4 P. M. Ladies' Muslin
Corset Covers, values to $1.00;
at, choice 29o.
Brand Hew Lots of Seasonable Silks
$1.00 Novelty Bilks. 40o Checks,
plaids, hairline' stripes, .all the
richest new colorings and patterns
better than ever values, at An
niversary sale price 40
91.50 Silk Remnants, flOc Import
ed novelties, Dresden patterns,
. brocades, etc.; lengths up to 26
yards, values to $1.50 yard, all
at one price, per yard . . . .
Acknowledged leaders in Black Silk values. See our spec
ial bargains for Tuesday's selling.
Extra Specials for Tuesday
From 9 to 0:30 A. M. One case of
12 He Outing Flannel, light stripes,
fluffy fine goods, 10 yards limit, at,
- per yard 5
From 10 to 10:80 A. M. One case of
Brlc-a-Brac, tine bleached muslin,
regular price 8c yard, 10 yards
limit, at, per yard 4K
From 2 to 2:80 P. M. One case of
15c large Bath Towels, some bleach
ed, some unbleached, two pairs to
case of V
customer, at, each OHc
From 8 to 8:80 I. M. One
fine Cotton Blankets that
$1.75 pair, two pairs to cue
at, per pair
From 4 to 4:30 P. M. One cage of
36 inch good heavy Unbleached fesJbs-
lin, worth 7 He yard, 10 yards limit,
at. per yard 3H
Ten unadvertlaed specials during
Highland Havel Orange Sale Tuesday
The most Luscious Fruit Grown. We
are headquarters In Omaha (or th Hlg-n-lsnd
Navels beware of spurious lmlta
tlona. We have Juat received a special
car for this ssle, at the following- prices:
Regular 60c else, per dosen 30o
Regular 40o slse, per dosen 86
Regular SOc else, per dosen SOo
Regular 26c slse, per dosen lo
Just try them once and you will be
convinced there Is nothing finer grown.
Anniversary Bale of Freeh Yea-etablss
Freah Berts, Can Ms, Turnips or Onions,
Fresh Parsley, large bunches 8J4"
Fresh Cauliflower, per lh
Fresh Bw.t Potatoes, per lb 3l.o
Two heads fresh Lettuce So
Fresh Cabbage, .lb lUo
Fresh Hothouse Radishes, 1 bunches.. 6o
Old Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Parsnips,
Rutabagas, Red Onions, eta., lb So
Fresh Spinach per peck .....BQo
Bellevue Celery, bur
Large Grape Fruit.
New Honey, per rack IS Ho
Monday a prices in all groceries, butter,
cheese, crackers, teas, coffees and dried
r linn ....ayo
each . So
jnch. aoo, 30a, SOo, 85c t
t. eaph 3Vo'
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST
DR. BRADBURY, DENTIST
Crowns, up from.. M
Partial Plates, up
Fillings, up from SO
up from 9130
1BOS TAMWAM RTBUT. 17 Teats
same afflea. Vassal S. 175.
Bridge Work, per
tooth, up from SS.BO
Nerves removed with
Work guaranteed tea
TWENTIETH CENTURY FAR WE R
Btaase Ute Lisa aak Mea.
Not Much Trouble
if you let us handle It for you. W
have roomy vans and expert movers
who relievo you of every uncertainty
and worry. Wo have unsurpassed stor
OMAHA VAN & STORAGE CO.
Dour. 1M9 Ind. A-1M9.
TatTs Denial Rooms
Right or Wrong
Electricity tor power Is either desperately wrong or everlast
Tou ought to know which.
Motors connected direct to machines, eliminating useless
lino shafting, aro either a big mistake or a big advantage.
A motor started with a simple switch by ordinary workmen,
compared to high priced engineers to start the engine. Is either a
foolish fad or advanced common sense. It will pay you to Investigate.
Omaha Electric Light & Power Co.
Y. M. 0. A. BUILDING
finntr.e Deuartmcnt. . Both Phones.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
SPECIAL FARES FROM CHICAGO
126.50 Washington. D. C. and Return. Ticket good going Fob.
IS. March S. Including return limit March I.
NATIONAL UOWLI.a TOtKNAMKNT.
fit. 36 Pittsburg. Pa., and Keturn. Tickets good going Fob. II.
March I and 16. Keturn limit. March II.
FLOItlDA AND HAVANA. CVIIA AND RETURN." Low FARES.
Stop-overs at Pittsburg, Washington and all points south. Also
TOr-OYEK, NOT TO EXCEED TEN DATH. ALLOWED ON THROUGH
FIKriT C-LAJW TICKET AT WASUl.NtiTOX. IIALTIMOKK AM)
For Information, add re as W. A. Pre ton
B. N. Aaotla. T. P. A.. 144 Clark EC.
ti. P. A-. Chicago. Chlcaga,