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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BKE: APRIL 11. 1909.
ROOSIYELT AT -PORT SAID
Former President and Party Arme
on Steamer Admiral.
was destroyed by fire Thursday morning,
nearly six hour after the time the murder
ta believed to have been committed.
W. H. Rogrs of Cleveland, state fltc
minhil la In Tnterin nrt ia t,ktn - .
The Ringing of Easter Bells reminds us
Spring is really hereand Spring suggests
sonsl charge In the Investigation of this
feature or the case.
M oftsWm sVsM eeassM
GUEST OF CANAL OFFICIALS
lrssae et te Antrim reeple
A beat f.ond Werk f Tkrlr
Krllaw reeatryesea at
PORT SAID. April 10. The steamship.
Admiral. bearing eg-FTeeldent Theodore
r.oosevelt end party, entered the Hue
rami rnroute to Mombasa at 7:40 o'clock
Excellent weather prevailed during the.
three daye' voyage from Messina to the
Port and the trip was uneventful. Mr.
Ttoosevelt and all the membera of hie
party are. well.
Mr. Roosevelt haa given out for publica
tion the following statement regarding the
existing situation at Messina, whirh city
he visited Tuesday of thla week:
"There Is no sadder sight than the
dreadful deaolatlon of Messina, and words
cannot describe It. It eeeme that there ara
Mill 40.000 bodies burlrtB in the ruins.
"The American people do not realize the
In bora of the relief performed by Lloyd
Urlscom, the American ambaasador; Com
mander Belknap, the naval attache at
Heme, and the men of the gunboat, Scot-lo--.,
under Lieutenants Buchanan and
"Wilcox, as well aa by Wlnthrop Chanter
and the ether membera of the volunteer
"I waa especially struck by the effi
ciency, good humor and all around power
shown by the enlisted men."
nOOOKVEl.T CAM.8 PARIS FAKKR
Ei-Tr-raldee Peales He Girt "Widely
P A HIS. April 10. Theodore Roosevelt, in
a cubkgram from Port Said to a Paris
uenspaper, drnlcs that he gave any inter,
views to French correspondents at Naples.
He fays he never saw the correspondent
of I.e Journal, whose "Interview" with Mr.
Roosevelt was widely published. Le
Journal replies that Its correapondent
talked for Imlf an hour with Mr. Roose
velt Htid de ls res the text of the "Inter
view" an published to be strictly accurate.
Tailor is Held
Coroner Accuses Michael Soboleski of
Killing Couple Found in
Ashes of Home.
TOLEDO, O., April 10. Coroner C. J.
Hemler today rendered his verdict In the
Krueger murder caae. holding Michael
Soboleski, a tailor: responsible tor the
deHtha of Ludwlg Krueger and his wife,
Augusta, whose bodies were found buried
In the cellar of their home after it had
been destroyed by fire the morning of
Soboltcskl says he had purchased the
Krueger farm, west of Toledo, nd that he
visited the Kruegera the evening of March
30. The coroner's verdict ts that the farmer
and his wife were killed between S and 7
j'clock that night. They had' been atabbed
to death. The bodies were buried beneath
tho brick floor of the cellar. The house
Skin and Blood
The (1 Vuiikly J'urlfled, and the
Skin Hoilrd by Stuart's
The importance of the blood to the
physical system is apparent to every
uu. It contains in Itself all the tie
mcnts necessary for the nourishment
and reconstruction of the tissues of the
body, these elements being absorbed from
the food In the stomach.
The blood la the greatest circulating
medium in existence. It la the channel
of transportation In the body, not only
of nutritive supplies to the tissues, but
also of the consumed and worthless may
terlala that have fulfilled their purpose,
and are to he ejected from the body.
It frequently happena that the blood
becomes charged with Impurities absorbed
from the stomach, Intestines and kidneys,
and which, if It Is unable to eliminate
through the usual channels, it senda out
through the pores of the skin In the form'
of pimples, blackheads and various skin
The skin Is composed of two layer
known as the scarf-skin, or cuticle, and
the true akin, or derma. The number of
pores In the skin Is estimated to be i,S00
to the snusre Inch, or a total of about
7.000.000 In the entire system, and If put
In one continuous tube, would measure
twenty-eight miles In length. About one
fifth of the Impurities of the body are
eliminated through these pores.
If the scarf-skin, which Is constantly
being thrown off, should for any reason,
collect and block up the pores, skin dis
eases, such ss furuncles or bolles, car
buncles, acne, lichen, etc., sre certain to
Stuart's Calcium Wafers Is the ideal
remedy for keeping the blood free from
Impurities, and the akin devoid of erup
tions, no matter what the cause may be,
ss the wafers cleanse the entire system,
snd act generally aa well as locally. The
principal Ingredient of this remedy is
calcium sulphide, which is a standard U.
S. P. preparation, and Its powerfully
alterative, blood-purifying and skin-healing
properties are well-known to all phy
sicians and druggists. '
Htuart's Calcium Wafers act mildly
upon the liver, kidneys and tnteaii'ies and
powerfully upon the blood, and skin,
eliminating Impurities of every nature,
healing all skin diseases, and building up
rich, red blood and rendering the com
plexion rosy and healthy.
Obtain a box of thla powerful remedy
from your druggist. If you are suffering
from such diseases as pimples. I lacU
heads. boils, carbuncles, tetter, herpes,
erythema, urticaria, roseola, nettle rash,
hives, ringworm, etc., and you will be sur
prised at the alacrity with which the sys
tem la rid of these troubles. He will tell
you a package for SO centa. or send us
your name and addreas and we will aend
you a trial package by mall f re. Address
K. A. Stuart Co., 176 Stuart Bldg.. Mar
cm trigs or
is.000 toes, ftae.
aaasually steady fl
0UND the UORLl)
Krern New Tork. Oct. li, Itot. .icarly
four months, mating only Itja AND I I'
Including all expenses afloat and ashore'
racial, rBanravzg Materia, gn.
laeia, Oeylea. Bunst, Java, Borneo, Van.
Upalaea. Japaau Aa aaasual caaaoe to
visit eassoaUy attractive plaoee.
lata Aa'l oJleat Cruise, reb. s-'io. B4m
prlag h liaair Tease te Barope $3TO up!
v. via.sav. Times Slug, M. T.
Tug Crew Lost
in Lake Storm
Deck Cabin of the George Floss is
Washed Ashore Near
CHEVELAND. O.. April 10-There is no
longer doubt that the tug Georgia Floss,
with Its crew of six and three passengers,
sank In Lake Erie during Wednesday's big
gale. Wreckage from the boat washed
ashore today twelve miles cast of Cleveland.
The wreckage consisted of part of the
cabin with the word "Floes" on it and some
Searching parlies are now along the casl
shore looking for bodies and other wreck
age. Those on board the I'loss when It left
Cleveland were Captain William Barry.
Captain John Daly, Engineer Fred Qilber,
Peck Mackenzie, Frank Wesseheler, Henry
Anderson, John O'Donnell, Joe Martin and
a IS-yeer-old boy named Campbell.
The last three named were passengers on
the Floss and had gone fishing w'h the
crew the day of the gale. All of tne men
but Wesseheler were residents of Cleveland.
He lived In Erie, Pa.
Shock is Kelt
for Thirty Miles
Fifty Thousand Pounds of Black
Powder Explodes in Plant at
Wayne, N. J.
WAYNE, N. J., April lO.-More than
50.000 pounds of government powder ex
ploded today at the Dupont black powder
mills here. Instantly killing one workman,
Jerome Marsh: seriously Injuring two other
mem and slightly injuring about seventy
five other employes. The eight buildings
of the plant were destroyed and houses
were wrecked even In the surrounding
country. The shock was felt In villages
thirty miles away. The cause of the disas
ter Is unknown.
The explosion hurled an eleven-ton grind
ing wheel nearly 600 feet through the air
and burled it twelve feet deep In a swamp.
The loss will reach $160,000.
ROME. April 9. A serious explosion oc
curred this 'morning In a four-story house
on Boigo Pio street, near St. Peters.
Twenty persons were wounded, some
severely and a portion of the building waa
destroyed. All four floors collapsed. It Is
thought dynamite stored In the house by
by fishermen for illegal fishing exploded
Takes Revenge on
Unable to Find Man that He Hated
Italian Kills the Next
ST. LOUIS. April -Unable to find Liuli
Macaluso, against whom he cherished a
bitter hatred, Salvatore Ferlossa wreaked
his vengeance upon the next of kin in true
Sicilian style last night, waylaying and
shooting Sam Macaluso In the hallway of
their home at 5048 Daggett avenue. The
victim received three bullet wounds and
died early today. Ferlossa Is a fugitive.
All their acquaintances had thought Fer
lossa and Sam Macaluso to be friends. The
former had been wounded by Louis Mac
aluso five weeks ago after a quarrel but
when he had recovered from the hurt he
evinced no resentment against Sam. The
men lived in the same boarding house and
last evening ate and drank together. But
when Macaluso climbed the stairs to his
room, Kerlossa's door waa thrown open
and the shots rang out.
"I take my revenge," exclaimed the
slayer, as he dashed past the other mem
bers of the household.
UNCLE SAM ASKED TO HELP
Hepresentattve "Wallace Aeke Appro
prlatlea of tBO.OOO for Construe
tloa of lllsuluds.
WASHINGTON, April 10. The construc
tion of fifty experimental grounds on which
the people living along the banks of the
Mississippi river may take refuge to
gether with their live stock during sea
sons of flood Is the proposal that Repre
sentative Wallace la preparing to urge upon
congress. He has Introduced a bill for tho
appropriation of $50.0uv for this purpose.
"The government has constructed levees
along the Mississippi river," explained Mr.
Wallace today, "from the mouth of the
Ohio to the head of the passes, sometimes
fifteen miles back from the river. Be
tween the levees and the river are more
than l.oon.oon acres of valuable farming
land. As a result of the levee building
policy of the government the lives and
property of the Inhabitants on the 1,000.000
acres of land are threatened every time
there la a flood. The levees tend to back
the water up over the land. The abo
rlglnees constructed mounds along the, liver
on which they might take refuge and. I
believe, that, owing to the policy of the
government, long since adopted. It ought
to construct new mounds for the present
FINDS LOST BROTHER AFTER
SEARCHJ3F MANY YEARS
Kaaaaa (III Mia Discovered Rela
tive Had Beea .Neighbor
KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 10-John
Alfred Kohler, known to his comrades as
Johnny Alfred, a soldier stationed at Jef
ferson barracks near St. Ixiula, met his
long-sought brother. Kit Kohler, a brewery
solicitor, In the latter a home hers last
night after twenty-four vears of search
ing. Johnny Alfred ran away from home
when 4 years old, was taken up and sent
to an orphan's home. He forgot his full
name. Recently his comrades urged him
to endeavor to find his relatives. Kohler
did ao, writing a letter to the Kansas City
Star detailing his history, and it was read
by Kit. After the reunion It developed
that the lost boy had lived for several
years next door to Fred Kohler. another
brother. In St. Joseph, Mo., without dis
covering their relationship.
Moat Food Is I'olsoa
lo the d sceptic. Electric Hitters cure
dvspepsia. liver snd kidney complaints and
debility. True inc. For sale by Beaton
FOR THE NEST
Don't say YOU CANNOT AFFORD new
homeFOR YOU CAN. In fact you CAN'T
ALONG WITHOUT THEM. Say to yourself that you're going to have your home FURNISHED COMPLETELY
for once in your life and then come here and make your selections. We'll charge the amount of your pur
chase and you can settle the bill In small payments from month
new nest you need, then get our price on complete outfits.
splendid quality. We'd like to show you these beautiful
save you on the cost.
I Rooms $
Made of solid
oak, five large
well made and
Made of solid oak, bent end de
sign, double strength glass, ad-
French plate mir
ror, neatly carv
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Gsimous Credit, with no interest charged
for this Accomodation
Frank Dunlop, Sullar Performer
Here a Short Time Ago, Turns
Frank Uunlop, club man. "good fellow"
and erstwhile cltisen of Omaha, landed In
tlie' Colorado atate penitentiary at Canon
City yesterday aa the result of a persistent
tendency to sign other men's names
Punlop was brought Into court and ad
mitted his guilt. He plead that he would
make ihe checks good and aas let go on
this condition. Hut he resumed his forg
Ings and when before the court again a
plea for mercy availed not. Incidentally
he bad broken hia parole and this did not
help him much. A sentence of from three
lu five years was imposed.
Dunlop anl Krank Ehercliffe are now
"detained" by the same prison authorities.
Dunlop made Onitn his home from
VsaMsW ttMsMsf MMMi WHHMlP
HART MAN FEATHER YOUR NEST"
Made of highly poliahed solid
oak. fancy shape French plate
mirror, carved standards, three
this dresser, tin-
Handsome Colonial de
sign, of superior con
struction and finish
throughout. Made of
solid quarter sawed
oak In Early English
or golden finish. Hand
some platform base
and large carved claw
1 a t
The lightest, yet strongest, Go
Cart of Its kind on the markot.
Folds up compactly and is easy
to carry. All wheels double un
der. Hood and body of Nan
leather, In brown, green.
black or blue. Com
plete with hood. An
gain. Sale price. . .
1 hese are rugs
ana win ne
r a special lot
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nmim aq r
January, I!, to July, 1907, and was in and
out of town after the latter date. He was
for most of that time engaged in the pas
time of impersonation more than any oilier
one thing, but not criminal Impersonation
Impersonation for the entertainment of the
pi hi c. One of his chief stunts was taking
off Billy Nye. He managed to Ingratiate
himself into the confidence of many people,
most of whom later discovered their mis
take. Mr. 8ti kney picked him up and put him
In the railmad business, in the city office
of the Great Western and when he ter
minated hia services there it was at the
request of the compaiy, which had found
out that other men were more aatisfactory
custodians of funds.
Dunlop'a pretent situation Is no surprise
to Omaha people; in fact it has been antic
ipated for montha. It has been generally
kmwn here that he ass in serious trouble
In Colorado. One of h'.s tricks has been
to falsely represent hlmtelf ss a cousin of
W. J. Bryan.
U A eta (.ollllalaa
means many bad brulaea, which Bucklen's
Arnica Salve heal quickly, ss it does
ores and burns Zoc. "or sale by Beaton
furnishings in your
RFF0RD TO WORRY
to month as you earn the money.
They're strikingly low prices
home outfits and demonstrate
. -juT l
Just glance at the Illustration and ask yourself If you ever knew
of such a massive, handsome Rocker being offered at this price
before. We're confident you never did. The rockers are made
In American quartered oak, nicely polished. Is upholstred through
out In guaranteed Nantucket leather, which has the wearing
quality of genuine leather. Has best oil tempered steel springs
In the seat, and two broad, large, comfortable arms at the back.
Look where you will and you cannot find the equal of this splen
did rocker value.
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MSffi' " 'iiAiM "lie
hiiiTr t it a ' is-iiiii nr - .'Ji A.
9x12 WILTON VELVET RUGS
of th highest character, made of extra
rounrj to give extraordinary service. Tiiey are
or 4,6 rugs, especially priced for this sale.
j ne pauern is new ana tne colorings are most de
pendable. Special, at
i r i a i m m i i v ' S i. i ri t
"'SIX , r nVf P? nM V
Jury Finds Woman Not Guilty of
Murder of Husband After
LVONS, N. Y.. April 10-Mrs. Georgia
Allyn Sampson, who has been on trial
since Monday on the charge that Rhe bud
shot and killed her husband. Harry Samp
son, waa acquitted shortly after 10
Mrs. Sampson wss trembling when the
jury announced Its verdict, but she re
covered her composure and smilingly re
ceived the embraces of her father snd
other relatlvs and the congratulates of
her friends. She thanked and shook uands
with her lawyers, the Jurors snd report
ers, but declined to make any statement
Mr. (jilbert, though a cousin of Mrs.
Sampson by marriage, prosecuted the
caae vigorously and said tonight he waa
The testimony of the defense today vva.t
If it's a complete
tor goods of such
how much we can
Massive and pleasing
solid oak, beautifully
and finished, profusely
large drawers, one
NIB III 10.00 Cash BIO PRICES "V
lined for silver
ware, an un
You never suw
anything In a
brass bed offer
ing that would
measurf up to
never. These sro
ed and guaran
teed for ten
years. Made In
full sixes. It's
a world beater
at tho price.
of seamless bicycle tubing
handles, has rubber tired
wheels very strong, yet ex
ceedingly light. Fold com
pactly, step and
ri n' in h t pt in i
brief, confined chiefly to rebiitilng tha
testimony of a gun expert. Hint the hole
made in Sampson's outer shiil waa made
by a bullet fired from a Uiatanue in4
that Harry Sampson could not. therefore,
have committed suicide as the detente
It was S.JO tonight when Judge ltirli
completed his chargo to the jury and au
hour later the Jurors retired to deliberate.
At 10 o'clock they reported having reached
an agreement, went to their places In court
and in answer to the clerk's formal question
theln foreman answered, strongly, "Not
guilty." and Mrs. Sampson was told she
Over Sixteen Thousand Dollars Found
in Home of Supposed Pauper
at Maiden, Mass.
BOSTON, Mass., Ap'il lo.-A search to
day of Ihe liumhln uparlments of Mrs.
Adeha Lombard, a Maiden recluse, who
CaK- BOOK CASiSS
A very handsome design and a
thorouphly well mad buok
rase. Has glass front to book
rm sbsj n . a . -avM mm
case door, large French beveled
Special sale price.
Made of hardwood. gHlvHnlx"d
iron lined, wall of mineral wont,
equipped with hyuletih' drip
cups ami other
tures, very eco
nomical. Price. .
Guaranteed, no matter how
Low fha Price
was found dead under a bundle of rags
yesterday, revealed J10.IM in gold, sliver.
Lank notes, stock certificates and bank
hook credlls. When the IhxIv was found
the police found ll.CIll in the wnmun a
clothing. The city of M.ild'ii has been
supporting her son for a 'i.n. and it wus
supposed that she waa xi r
SUTTON ON CRIMINAL BENCH
He Will I'rralde IHirlna the May
Term of Hlafrtrl t oarl, Mar
Judge A. U Sutton will preaide over Ihe
criminal branch of clixtiict court during
Ihe May term. Judge Sears slated H.itui
day that an ugrecnient to Hila l 'feet hud
be-n reached in January ul a meeting of
all the Judges of the dUtrlct court. The
calling of a grand jury will accotdlMKly I.,,
largely up to Jude bin Ion. whoi) place
on the law sid'- wdl be taken by -Judy
Hoars. The latter ha" pividd'M over crim
inal cases for a yur and one lerni.
la to n'glect a i old or i oiikIi. rr. King s
New lii.-icovciy cures I hem and n ii'Ul.
consumption. "' and 11. w. or saie by
Beaton Lnug C
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