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HIE BEE: OMAIIA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 28. 1D09,
, Bell Pong. Ill-IOTI riOHtl
Real French Linen Separate Skirls
.Cloak Department Second Floor.
Just received handsome Separate Skirts, made of the finest
French Linen,' in pink, light blue and white. These gar-
ments are .very fashionable and will appeal to well dressed
women. Trice $9.50
.Remnants fNew Printed Madraa, all th latest atrip, figures on
whit around. fine 26c quality at, per xard 14
New Crepe Pllese Kern nan U Beautiful New Crepe weaves, In all th
plain colors and new monotone atrlpe. 15c quality on aale at,
: per yard 11a
! Remnant of Wash Good a galore.
'Neetflf Black Ribbed Cotton Hoae for boya and gtrla la the bent
5 medium priced hoae made. Have double kneea, heels and toee--
J at, per pair.
Mpeclal Sal MuMfd and Boiled Table Cloths at Owe-Half Pr1ce7
j Special Sale White Waistings.
20 plecea 35c and 60c White Waletinga, In Wednesday's sale at. per
Grand Spring Showing of Children's Wash Dresses.
'- The daintiest aorta of dreesee for Sprint and Summer are here,
pon't forget that there Is better choosing right now than later on.
Chlldren'a Waah Dresses, slses 1 to 4 years; made of madras,
gingham, lawn and percales, In light and dark effects, 85c to IS. 00
I Children's Straw Bonneta, newest shapes and atyles, $1.50 to
$7.00 each. .
Fine showing of Children's Wash Bonnets, 60c, 78c and $1.00 each.
J SPECIAL A few white Wash Dresses, sites 1 to 4 years. On ac
count of being slightly soiled, we will offer them Wednesday at much
j Main Floor.
Visit tub hair goods department. third fixjor.
Satonlklne show great severity. Many of
th arrested Sottas, crediud with being
reactionaries, hsv been brutally treated.
The vlgcrou search continues, even to
th European quarters. It Is estimated
hst WL ! "'W.nne ' prisoners sr in the
hands' ot. -is. SsJonlklns. Those liable to
' severe punishment; such as the rebellious
BelorUkln chasseurs, have been secured
rope; Among the civilians srrested sre
Mauru4 Bey. edrto of the Miaan; Abitur
Rhamari' KffendV SMlirtant minister of fi
nance,' and several -high officials of the
port' A number pf reactionary nswspapers
have been suppressed!
Freak TreuM Arrive).
Fresh batttallons continue to arrlvs from
th oountry district. As they came to
th city they marched io tb palac of Jus
tice where the paHlesnent was sitting and
saluted the representatives of th nw
government. Many of th soldiers went
to th mosques today to pray.
Th condition of Frederick Moore, the
American correspondent who was shot
while watching the fighting on, Saturday
. la sauslng anxiety. Ills wound may prove
more serious than at first supposed. The
surgeons In attendance will not be able for
twoor-thre days to give a definite opinion
, as to whether his spine Is Injured. Alex-
- aoier. A. parglulo,. first dragomsn of (.h
American mbapy who was also Injured
', by'a 'stray bullet. Is Improving.' He wss
able today to go from hla residence to the
' hospttsl to have his wound dressed snd
likely will, be well. In a fortnight.
FOR INCOME TAX
"(Continued from First Page.)
live .stuck, In view of th fate that free
' rsnge Is practically a thing of the past and
fe hides means s reduction In t lie value
'to fSrtners snd producers of from 12 to $3
- per head on their entire output, without
any . tequats return."
Senator McCumher today offered an
amendment to the general paragraph re
lating to wire by making barbed wire 1 7-W
cents per pound and except ng the Iron and
steel wire schedule the barbed wire prop
osition' S above. This amendment changes
th barbed wire schedule very considerably
snd makes It comparatively free, taking It
whoMy out of' th valorem duty charged
against It and giving It a specific character
ss outlined. C,
J. C. Seacrest.-, hirsineee manager of the
Lincoln Journal .'ssdYjiew. was In Wash
ington today, returning from the Associated
Press meeting In 1'W York. Mr. Seacrest
is not overly Interested In the tariff ex
cept aa It relates la print psper snd wood
pulp; which he emphatically desires to go
on the free list. Mr. Seacrest Is on his
way to Lincoln.
UJIAUAK HEADS ARCANUM
i , (Continued from First Page.)
frem Fort Omaha. Oelegatiuna were also
present from all the Omaha, South Omaha
and fourvcll, Bluffs council.
The entertainment program constated of
vocal 'arid Instrumental music, with Miss
Weber as vocsllst. Brief addresses were
mad" byJ'Rev.' Frank U. Iceland and a
number of th grand and past grand council
orflcera. The quarrel scene between Brutus
-ird Caattus from Shakespeare s Julius
Caesar was given in, costume very effect
ively by W. A. Wapplch s Brutus snd
8. "Thompson as Caeslus.
The fllst-UsatoiiS during the business meet
ing of Tuesday were wholly Upoa the best
methods for sdvanrlng the 'Interests of
t'e order In this jurisdiction. The sf
fire of .tt grans) council were shown by
tie Tenons of the officers to be In good
shape. "" ' '
Following the close of the meeting the
itflegatPI Wefe ' iriSde the guests of the
g and council at a dinner served st Hsn-
s 'ti s cafe at 1 o'clock last evenlnc.
Paal R. Haven the new grand regent, pre
sided as toasrrngster,. i Responses were made
t tariff Atcanlan sentiments by Deputy
Supreme Regent Benedict of Colorado, the
new sod old grand council officers.
CONDUCTORS DECIDE TO STRIK
Kmployea af National Maes of Meslra
" Will Walk Oat Breaaae of
' ; laapertor.
, , , , . v ii i
lt. HASO. ! Tex!. . April r.-A seneral
tkrAit of conductor on th trains of
UicKaUonaJ llte of Mexico hss bean de
c lded-t upon. ,! actwrdlrvg to railroad "it n
running' out of tit Paao Into Mexlocv The
managecneat i f :te Natlutiai I In has
rt)olu4J y 1 f uad m ivaiuvt the Inspectors,
.lita jilsesc- taf the traJna has beon
urongly objsi. M to by ih coiMluctora. and
i a result ta cond actor have decided to
eaJk awt Satorday morning
1C All. ParT. rag. t-lHl p
Fire Destroys Des
Wholesale Wall Paper House Burned,
with Lou of $150,000 Two
Have Narrow Escapes.
DBS MOINKS. la.. April 2T.-At sn early
hour this morning fire completely destroyed
a fiv-tory brick building ocoupied by
George A. Boody Co., wholesale dealers
In wall paper and paint, at tog and 610
Sixth avenue. Adjoining the building the
Trossel block, Cleland's grocery snd But
ler's csfe were more or less dsmsged. The
loss will reach $150,000, half of which Is
covered by Insursnce. As th wholesale
paint house was burning the oils produced
sn explosion which tors the walls com
pletely out. '
Milan Pepew wss caught In the fall of
th north wall while trying to rescue Miss
Marl Oarnett, caahter of the Butler cafe.
Both were rescued by the fireman snd no
serious results are apprehended from their
New Position for
Dr. Roscoe Pound
Quit Northwestern October to Join
Faculty of Univenity of Chi
cago Law School.
CWCAOrt. Arrll 27. - (Special.) - Prof.
Roseu Pound of the Ncttliweetern law
school will Join the faculty of the Uni
versity of Chicago law school next Oc
tober. He formerly waa dean of th Uni
versity of Netrssks lsw school, and for
two years wss a Judge of the supreme
court of that state. In 1S0T he came to
Northwcsterr. snd during his connection
with tis lsw school h has slso been editor-in-chief
of the Illinois I jiw Review. During
recent years he has been Interested In vari
ous legal reforms. He U chslrman of th
national conference on criminal law and
crlmlnoli gy, which will meet In Chl ago In
Dee la asa tors- CJoateet.
YANKTON. S. D April 3T. (Special.)
The seventh annual stato hlsh school con
test In declamation will be held at Tank
ton colleg May 14. and a great deal of
Interest Is b.'lng shown In the big event,
with more than doubt the former entries
of schools. Beautiful gold medals for th
first prise and stiver for the second, are
now on exhibition her and will be tried
for by many. Miss (Catherine Balmat of
this city will be the Vsnkton champion.
So far Pierre has won four firsts, Volln
on and Sioux Falls one. Dell Rapids took
one second and Yankton haa secured sec
ond five times. Th snnual May-pole ex
ercises of the callttg gymnasium classes
will follow the contest.
roaumeacesneat at Speacer.
8PK.NCBR. 8. D., April 2T. (Special, i
The commencement exercises of the Spen
cer High school will be held Msy , at
the Spencer Opera house, President Fv B
Gaulk of the Stat university being tb
speaker. Th graduatea will be: Edward
Gurney. Quy Justice. Hsxel Lnderdorfer.
Delia Hummel, Martha Blackwood, Grace
Taylor. The class sermon will be delivered
by Rev. W. M. Malr. th well, known Sioux
Kalis writer and lecturer. The present
principal, K. J. Morgan, haa been retained
for next year at a 110 raise In salary per
Batldlaa; at Saeaear.
BPKNCER. S. D.. April 17.-8pecial.)
The city of Spencer will soon be In the
midst of its greatest building boom.
Horae Uuelh. banlsera, -. Will . erect a
double atone building j .while large aten
building will be put up by J. K Hatnakar,
Thomas Wells' and George Lueth, prom
inent business men. Some of the . new
buildings alll be occupied by the owners,
while otners will be rented to firms which
have decided to locate here.. The aggregate
value of the new buildings wtll be about
I750H0. The material wiH be obtained from
tha extensive quarries near this place.
tlsfiM "riant" let.
YANKTON. S. D., April t.-tSoeelal.)-Ia
any printer ahy fifty pounds of linotype
metal set for a famiera' telephone book.
A "plant" haa been discovered her close
to tb Milwaukee depot, evidently Stolen
somewhere. In tb hope of Identification,
som of th namrs ar here given: "Frad
Mailer. Henry Bros , Pat Houlihan. Otte
Hoffman and George Hlfir All have their
telephone numbers attached.
Quirk Action ft Your Money-Ton get
that by using The Bo adv.rtialng columns.
STORY OF ADANA MASSACRE
American Eye Witness Oirei Graphio
Account of Bloody Eiot.
THOUSANDS DEAD IN STEEIT
Pedeotrlnn Have to Plea Their War
Ani Bodies of th Victims,
CONSTANT! NO PI JC April fJ.-Thers
wss a fresh outbreak of fanatics snd mur
der last night at Adana, accompanied by
looting and Incendiarism. Tns situation
there is critlcsl.
ADANA. Astatic Turkey. April S7, Vis
Constantinople. April JT.-Rev. Herbert
Adams Gibbons of Hsrtford. Conn., a. ntls
slonary of the American Board of Foreign
Missions stationed here and at Tarsus, ws
an ays witness of th scenes of tenor and
deetructlon at the center of ths Moslem
uprising. II give aa follows ths first
grsphlo story of the series of msasacres,
rapine and Incendiarism.
"Ths entire vilayet of Adana has been
islted during the past five days by s ter
rible msssacrs ef Armenlana, the worst
evf known in th history of ths distrlot
Ths terror hss been universal, and th
government la powerless to check th dis
orders. Adsna. ths oapltsi of th provlnoe,
hss been th storm cent sr.
"Conditions havs been unsettled for some
tlm and there has been animosity between
Turks snd Armenians owing to th politi
cal activity of th lattr and thtr open
purchasing ef arms.
"Early last Wednesday morning, whll
I wss In th market. I noticed that the
Armenians were closing their shops Snd
hurrying to their homes. An Armenia
and a Turk hsd been killed during ths
night and the corpses wer paraded
through their respective quarters. Ths
eight of the desd Inflamed the Inhabitants,
and crowds st once began to gather In ths
streets armed with sticks, axes snd knives.
A few young Armenians assembled In th
center of the covered market and began
firing revolvers Into the sir. By 11 o'clock
In the morning ths crowd hsd begun ths
looting of shop.
"The military commander of. Adana was
by my side In th market whn the firing
commenced. He had not the courage to
endeavor to disperse th mob; he returned
to his residence and did not venture out
for two days.
Marasrs In Cold Blood.
William Chambera, field aecretary of th
Young Men's Christian association, and
myself, proceeded to the Konsk and feund
a howling mob demanding arms with whloh
to kill the Giaours. We then went to ths
telegraph office to summon ths British
consul. On the steps of th building we
ssw three Armenians who hsd been mas
sacred. Their bodies had been mutilated.
While ws were in ths telegrsph efflcs a
mob burst Into th room where we wer
snd killed two Armenians before our eyes.
The unfortunates were supplicating ths
protection of ths vsli , when they wer
"Ws managed to mak our wsy Into ths
next room, where w mad representations
to ths vail. This orflcial said he could
do nothing. He was afraid of his own life
and he mad no attempt to protect us.
Somehow we managed to get to th interior
of the Konak, where w remained al the
side of the government of f iclals for ths
next, forty-eight hours. ,. 4 ,
"'That afternoon th situation grew dis
tinctly worse. The Armenians withdraw to
their quarter of Adana, which is situated on
the hill and converted their houses that
held advantageous positions into fortresses.
Her th fighting went on for two days
during which ths Armenians suoceeded in
boating off their Turkish assailants.
Official Araa M stems.
"Wednesday evening Major Daughty
Wylle, the British vies consul St Mersina,
arrived at Adana and established head
quarters In ths house of s dragomsn ef a
wealthy Greek reaident, where many rfu
geea had been received, The wife of the
British vice consul, who was brought Into
Adana under fir on Thursday attended
personally many ' wounded women and
"Adana was a hell. Ths be i ears wer
looted and set on fira. Thr was con
tinuous snd unceasing ahooting and kill
ing in every part of th town, and fires
raged In many quarters.
"Moslems from the neighborhood begsd
pouring Into the city, and notwithstanding
eur vehement protests, th vali distributed
arms to thaaa men, alleging that they war
. "Major" Daughty-Wylle, at ths head' of
troops which he compelled the vail to sup
ply, went to ths railroad end of the tSWa
and was successful in preventing the
villagers from coming Into Adana. Later,
while the major was attempting to pacify
the town, he was shot and disabled."
"Missionaries of the Central Turklah
mission had aaaambled for a district con
ference in the center of Adana on th day
of the outbreak. They received and pro
tected hundreds of refugees in the Amer
ican seminary for girls, and courageously
endeavored to pacify th warring lemnt.
"On Thursday Daniel Miner Rogers snd
Henry Mauren, Ainerloan , missionaries,
wer killed under treacherous circum
stances. 'On Friday th Armenians yielded, since
Yes, "The Blood
Is the Life"
If Bad, Hardly Worth Living
If Good, Healthy and Happy.
"I im well pleased with my experi
ence with Hood's Karaaparllla for my
blood. My trouble was of a scrofulous
nsture eeres frequently came on my
neck. Increasing In number and slxs.
Years of treatment failed to effect a
permanent cure. The sores dig
rhsrged freely, snd gsvs me much
pain. The drain on my eyetem had
been so grsat I was completely worn
out, easily became tired, and did not
ave much appetite. My neck was ao
ore and awellen, I could hardly turn
ny head around, but I took Hood's
faithfully, and within two months ths
benefit began to come. The sores
sealed up, my general health Im
proved, appetite oame back, and mi
flesh took on a good eelor. Since then
I have never been troubled with scrof
ula, snd have had good health all ths
time." Mrs. AJvtn Barton. West 8U
Wslpole, Mass.. Jan. 1. 1I0.
far Hood's Saras peril la ' afreets Its
wonderful cures, not simply beoaue It
contains sarsaparilla. hut bocaoae It
combines the utmost remodiat aiuea
of more than t different Ingredient.
Begin taking Hood's Baraapartlla
today. Get It In ths usual liquid form
or In chocolated tablets known as
BarsaUbs. 10 Doeoe One Dollar
whan tharo has been little murdering.
"Adana la In a pitiable condition. The
town baa been plUagod aad deatrared, and
there are thousande of homelese people
here without taeeae at? livelihood. It Is Im
possible ta aeslmat the number ef killed.
The corpse lie ecattered through the
streets. Friday, when I went out. I bad
to pick my wsy between tha dead to aveld
stepping on them. Saturday morning I
eounted a doeen : esrtloade of Armenian
bodies In one-half hour being carried to
ths river and thrown into the water. In
the Turkish cemeWrlae graves are being
"The condition of the refugeee la most
pitiable and heart-rending. Not only are
there orphans snd widows beyond number,
but a great many, svan ths bablea, ars
suffering from severs wounds.
"On Flday afternoon ttO So-called Turklah
reservee, without officers, seised a train
at Adans and compelled ths engineer ts
convey them to Tsrsus, where they took
part In ths complete destruction of the
Armenian quarter of that town, which Is
ths wast part of Tarsus. Their work ef
looting was thorough and rapid, it is ssld
they spread kerosene snd fired the great
historic Armenian church at Tsrsus, th
most Important building In the city. They
demolished marble statues and shattered
Important , historic tablets. Everything
portable was carried away but ths church
Itself resisted their attempts to burn It.
Fortunately few persons wer killed hr.
This was owing to th proximity of the
American colleg. where 4.000 destitute and
homeless pereone had sought and found
Dewrtyal Still Baleaa-aered.
ALBXANDRftTTA. Asiatic Turkey. April
K. Refugeee who hsve made their escaps
rrom XMurtyol, which I s smsll town not
far from Alexandretta. bring moat sisrm
Ing accounts of th situation there. They
affirm that 100.000 Armenians ars beleag
uered by SO.OOO Moslems.' The besieged are
halt starving and ths Conditions within
ths walla of ths city sre pitiful. It Is dif
ficult for foreign residents her to credit
ths numbers. The foreign consuls esti
mate about 4, 000 townspeople snd refugees
at Deurtyel, with pern spa as many more
Turks threatening the town from the' out
side. It Is certain that thsre sre no Amer
icana at that plscs.
Town mt HadJIa la Flaaaeo.
BEIRUT. April fcl-The town of Hadjln,
about l(s) miles to the north of Alexan
dretta. where the residents hsve withstood
ths assaults of ths fsnatlcs for ths Isst
week, was In flames yesterday. According
to reports received here several of the na
tives escaped and up to midnight Sunday
all Americsns were safe. At this plsce
there sre five American women mission
aries. Latakla, In Syria, has been relieved,
thanks to tha unceasing efferte of the
American conaul general at Beirut, Gabriel
B. Ravendal, who' aeeijred ths co-operation
of ths French cruiser Jules Ferry,
which arrived at Latakla this morning.
Force of United States Disregarded in
Estimates of Number of Ship
Required by England.
LONDON. April 27. Anawerlns- a nues.
tlon in the houee of commons today as
wnetner it wss ths' policy of ths govern
ment to take into. consideration the Ameri
can navy when,, estimating the number of
snips necessary to Great Britain to main
tain a fleet 10 per cent more powerful than
the combined fleets of any twe pawers, a
formula known ss -the "two rawer tani.
srd." Reginald MeKenna,' flrat lord of the
admiralty, said this wss an academic ques
tion, as under sxlstlns conditions tha n.w
of ths United States for the practical pur
poses or ths twe power stsndard aa de
fined In the speeehee of Premier Aequlth,
would not enter Into scoeunt.
Asked further tf It was net a mooted
point whether America waa not at the pres?
ent moment the world's second strongest
nsvsl power. Mr. MoKenna replied:
"Under the twe power stsndard as de
fined by Mr. Aaquith. the American navy
ia not fo be so regarded."
FORCED TO ,PAY BAD PAPER
(Continued from First Page.)
R. Walsh Institutions which failed some
yesrs sgo. ,
Bernard Rosenberg likewise has been
prominent In ths resl estate business snd
In Jewish society circles for msny years.
Vsn Vllssingen's fses wss pale and his
hsnds trembled ss hs told his story. His
eyes were bloodshot and his Hps twitched
ss hs fsced counsel snd recognlssd former
friends among the spectators.
Deals Caver Twenty Tears.
The witness stated that his forgeries hsd
continued for twenty years.
T was slways afrsJd to sit down snd
ftgura out Just how much thsy smountsd
to," he said.
"Will they aggregate H.eOD,07"
"And maybe moreT"
Asked whan his marriage occurred, tears
cams to his eyes.
"Only ten years ago." he said.
At the mention of his wife th wltneav
seemed on the verge of collapse.
The wttnees brought th story of his
misdoing down to Isst NoVember. when
concealment was so longer poosible.
Van Vllssingen's ststement concerning
hla privets confetaton to Rosenfeld and
Roaeberg occasioned the greatest surprise.
"It feels good to have the whole thing
off my heart snd I mtiat tell the truth no
matter whom It affects." said Van Vlia
strfgen. TRUST ' CASES ARE DELAYED
Miaaoorl ramailHleaers X nable to De.
ride Salsa Aatalaat AlleceS Har
. veeler aad L anther Combines.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.. April J7.-The
Suits of ths sttorney general of Missouri
sgainst th International Harvester com
pany and th alleged lumber combine on
charge of having violated the antl-truat
lawa of th atate, were both continued to
the October term by a ruling of the su
preme court today. Tha delays were due
to the Inability of tha apaclal commis
sioners, who hsve been taking testimony to
report. In the lumber caa th respondents
were allowed thirty daya In which to fila
REDRAFT PHILIPPINE BILL
Ways aad Manas Csanltts af th
Hoaae Takra tip taeniae Tar
WASHINGTON. April r. The ways and
means committee of the houee met today
to eoaelder the Philippine tariff bill Intro
duced recently by Representative Payne of
New York and which was the eubjact of a
special message from th president. . A
subcommittee, consisting of Mpreenta
Uvea Payn. Hill of Connecticut, Boutell
of Illinois. Clark ef Missouri aad Under
wood ef Alabama, was appointed to re
draft ths H-
City Hall Case
Investigation Discloses Chioago is
Paying High Bental for
CHICAGO, April R.-Ststo's Attorney
Wayman's graft Investigation has. It wss
reported today, unearthed a scandal having
to do with ths lesslng of the temporary
city hall. The building Is situated In Ran
dolph street, and is being used under a
two and a half year leas whll a new adl
flc la being constructed,
It Is alleged that the city Is psying a
rental of 9,000 a year, deaplte tha fact
that the same building was offered to pri
vate firms and individuals' for one-third
of that amount.
It is declared that the estate which ewne
the building la not involved In the leaae.
Mr. Wayman has. It Is reported, been
visited by associates of th principals In
volved urging him to drop the Investigation.
House Retracts on
Hadley Tax Bill
Lower Body of Missouri Legislator
Reconsiders Measure to Assess
Corporations on Capital.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., April J7.-Ths
bill imposing a tax of 26 cents for each
11,001) of capitalisation on all corporations
doing business In Missouri was reconsid
ered, and psssed by the house of repre
setatlves today. Ths messure was defeated
in both branches of the legls.sture laat
week, but a special message from Governor
Hadley. in which he called attention to the
necessity ef the bill as a revenue producer,
caused the house to retract. The bill re
ceived seventy-four voles today. Its op
ponents predict that the senats will decline
to recede from opposition to th measure.
a Barking Cur
Francis J. Heney and Adversary In
dulge in Personalities in the
BAN FRANCISCO, April 17. "I nevr
tak any nolle of a barking cur." said
Francis J. Heney to Lewi F. Bylngton In
the trial today of Patrick Calhoun.
"I may bs a cur," said Bylngton, rising
to his feet, "but I am not a trailing dog
as you ars."
Judgs Lawlor Intervened as ths warring
attornsys stepped toward ons another.
Thereupon Mr. Heney said: "I do not in
tend to be asssiled by any person engaged
In this cass. I stood It for months .when
I was opposed by Henry Ach, but so help
m God, I will not stand for It again."
ORIGINAL COPY OF NATIONAL
SONG HAS BEEN LOCATED
Maaaarrlpt of "Star-Spangled Baa
wer," Owned by Baltimore Woman,
Will Be Exhibited.
WASHINGTON, April r.-Ths original
manuscript of "The Star Spangled Baaner,"
has been located by the Francis Scott Key
Memorial association, which la endeavoring
Up secure possession of It.
Whlls It Is Improbsbls that the owner of
this precious relics; a Baltimore woman,
will consent to part permanently with It.
ths assoetstton hop to be able to borrow
ths manuscript to place on exhibition at
the old Key mansion at Georgetown, D. C.
Resolutions endorsing the work of the
association which 1s composed of about
4C.OG0 patriotic Americans snd which is
about to begin the work of restoring many
of the personal belongings of the composer
of- the soul-stirring song.- were adopted at
the closing session of the recent congress
of the Daughters of the American Revolu
tion in this city.
BRUTALITY OF MEXICAN
LOVER SUMMARILY REPAID
Man Wts Hacked Sweetheart to
Plecea in Effort to Make Her' '
('on free Kxeoatod.
GUADALAJARA. Mex.,-.pr1l r.-Roman
Estrada today paid th death penally for
one or the moat brutal crimes In ths hla
tory of the republic. Jealous of his swwet
hesrt, whom hs sccused of unfaithfulness,
Estrada beat her severely In sn sttempt
to compel her to confess. This proving un
successful, Estrsda tied the unforunate
girl to a post and cut off ons or her ears,
then one or her toes. Still getting no con
fession, ths blood maddened man cut away
her breast snd slsshed her body. In that
condition h left her. She wss found dy
ing, but still sbl to give the nsme of her
torturer. Estrsda was captured and today
he was shot to death by eoldlers.
Ws oftsn wonder how sny person caa be
persisded Into tsklng snythlng but Foley's
Honey snd Tsr for coughs, colds snd lung
trouble. Do not be fooled Into scceptmg
"own make" or other substitutes. . Ths
genuine contslns no harmful drugs snd is
In a yellow package. Sold by all druggist.
What aa M. . Learned.
A prominent Georgia phsiclsn went
through a food experience which he makes
"it ws my own experience thst flrat led
fine to sdvocste Grape-Nuta'food and I also
know, rrom having prescribed it to conva
lescents, and oilier weak patlenta, that the
rood la a wonderful rebullder and restorer
or nerve and brain tlaaue, as well ss mus
cle. It Improves the digestion and alck
patlenta alwaya gain just aa I did In
strength snd weight very rapidly.-
"I wae In such a low stste thst I hsd to
give up my work entirely, snd went to the
mountsins ot thla atate, but two months
there did not improve me; In fact, I waa
nut quite aa well as when I left heme.
"My food did not auataln ma snd It be
came plain thst I muat change. Then I
began to uae Grape-Nuts food snd In two
weeks I could wslk s mils without fatigue,
and In five weeks returned to my hams
snd practice, taking up hard work again.
Since that time I have felt as well and
strong ss I ever did In my life.
"As a physician who seeks to- help all
sufferers, I consider it g duty to make
these fact public."
Trial 10 days on Orape-Nuta. when the
regular food doea not eoem to sustain the
body, will work miracles.
"There's a Reason."
Look In pkgs. for ths famous lulls
book. "Ths Rosd to Wsllvllle."
Erer read the above otter? A new
one sppetars from time to time. They
are genuine, true; and full of human
'. the w Kind of
Women's $27.50 Suits and Some
a i. e
I -JI I V
Coat Suit. Polly Evans. Three-Mere Suit.
We know that these aulta will please the most particular women. Tha
suits we now offer are regular $27.60 values. Distinctive styles and
beautifully tailored. Costs are In the fashionable lengths, some with a
touch of beogaline and trimmed with self-covered buttons. Materials
Include the spring's favorites Fancy
atrlped . worsteds, serges in plain and
fancy atrlpes, In the beautiful shades
of blue, green, tan and black, and tha
price here Jg
Remember, that we sell all our aulta at the wholesale price. Buy
ing here, you pay but one profit, the manufacturer'a tha retailer s
profits are your savings. '
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Princess Cloak and Suit Co.
Management of Goodyear Raincoat Co Cor. 10th and Davenport 8t.
GRAND JURY TO LOOK INTO
RECENT LYNCHING AT ADA
Two Handrod Wltacasee Will Be Ex
amlaed In Kftort to Catch
Leadera of Mob.
ADA, Okl., April 27 A speclsl grand Jurv
ordored by Governor Maakall In Investigate
the lynching here on April II of James
Miller, Jess West, Joseph Allen snd W.
T. Burrell. the csttlemen, for ths murder
of A. A. Bobbin, s United States deputy
marshal, convened hero today. Attorney
General Weet will conduct ths examination
of witnesses. More thsn 200 witnesses have
been summoned snd every of fort will. It Is
said, be mad to secure Indictments sgainst
th leaders ot the mob st less .
During ths Isst twenty-four hours thorn
lies been tslk of another lynching. Thl
talk cantered around the fact that Oscar
Pellar and Bdward and David Johnson, all
three of whom were tsken to Tecumseli
Jail for safe keeping several days ago have
been returned to Ada.
Poller, who Is a young boy. Is being held
aa an aliened aocesaory to the murder of
Bobbin, and It was his con feal on that Is
believed to have beon th primary cause
of the lynching of th quartet of cattlemen.
The Johnson brothers sre charged with the
brutal murder Of I. H. P'.tnem. at Allen,
last January; and bp to this tlm 'there
has been no' trial th their case.
TAX RIDER TO DRY MEASURE
Senate Committee Will Report Pro
hibition Amendment Bark with
JEFFKRSON C1TT. Mo.. April 7The
senate committee on constitutional amend
ments will -report the proposed amendment
ror stste-wlde prohibition tomorrow, but it
Will crtrry is tsx rider snd a provision for
effectiveness In 1911, Instead of iDl3, aa
decided by the house. The fat of the
measure will depvnd upon the reception
accorded these ohange In the aenate, as
It Is oonsldered. prsotloally certain that the
house will refuse to concur in the amend
ment providing for the tax rider.
NASHVILJ-.E. Tern , April IT.-The senate
today killed the bill providing for the
manufacture and sal of imitation beer
containing not over 3 per cent of alcohol.
MERGER SUIT AT SALT LAKE
Hearing ot Tesllaaony in Action to
Dissolve Hnrrlmaa System
SALT LAKE CITT, April gl.-Taktng of
testimony in ths suit brought by the fed
eral, .government .to dissolve an alleged
combination between ths railroads, com
prising the Harrlman system snd other
western rosda, for tha purpose of suppress
ing competition west of ths Missouri river,
was begun 'toere today. "
A number of local railway officials have
been summoned to give evidence snd th
hearing will probably consume several
POLICE EXPELL - SUFFRAGISTS
Foas Women Chain Themeetvee to
. StataeS In Lobby of
LONDON,' April tf. Four women suffra
gists succeeded In getting Into-the outer
lobby of the house of commons todsy. Thev
at once fastened themselves by chains to
statue in the lobby. - The polio, provided
with metal cutting Implements, aeverad tha
chains and" expelled the women.
FARMING SLOWJN NORTHWEST
Operations Behind Last Tear, bat Do.
lay la Declared ot
St. PAUL, Minn., April 27.-Farmlng
operatlona throughout the northwest are
behind what they were last year, but the
delay Is not dangerous according to W. VV.
Broughton, traffic manager of tha Great
Northern, who has been receiving dally
reports regarding crop aituatlons.
lh Alder Caa Nailed.
WAVERLY. Tenn.. April r.-When the
night rldera trial waa opened today s sur
prise waa sprung by the attorney general
In harlna Ll. case, of Donaiis Baker no: led
There tp a report that Parker has made a
MOTBteXBT OF OOBAaT STBAMSaUPg
Port. Arms. Sills.
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SOtTUAatPTON Blast Set.
a Women's Rnlt Store."
- Kitchener and Clothing
Kitchener said, "There'a nothing
equal to a man hunt." To dlscorer
a man -'to Introduce him to the
world to Introduce him to hlm
self to introduce him to tha at
tire that la his own, there la no
We, through the fact that we
have hundreds of suitings of
which we have only enough for
one stilt for one man. andabecause
we give Individual attention . to
each and every customer, are In
a position to Introduce you to
your own attire.
Two Piece Suits, giifi.OO and Up.
804-806 Houth 16th Street,
.Near 16th and Farnam Sta,
TWENTIETH CENTURY: FARMER
Omaha, Nebraska. -
TO BIGHT AJtrS WBXJaTrgAT
WBBVXSOAT lUnSM , 1
KBJTBT KXUHB Orritl'
A Flay in Four Aota .B Jtobert V Bavis
A"?' t"y SavSnxrdaj' Katlnes
CHARLES B. HANFORD
Friday Bve. "TaTB WXaTTZB'B TAX,a'
atarday Matinee "TUB MXKOXAaTT OF
Saturday Beanlef "T9 TAMtta Or
rmm uw, . f. .
Christian Science Lecture
Judg. Siptlnat J. Hi dpi, C. J. J,,
Boyd's Opera llouss
Thursday, April 28th, it 8 P. M.
Judge Hsnns Is s member of the Chris
tlan Science board of lecturers ef the
Flrat Church of Christ, Scientist, In Bos
Th Public I Cordially Isvlted.
Admlssioa Pre 11 ll n sTo OeUaottea.
pd3 Phones: Doug. 10; Ind.. A-lttS
Matlssesl Tass.. Thnre. and Sat.
I The Mansfield version of "Old aTeldelserg."
Extra BIBS1 Quartet) Bttbs Trio. Next
! Wwk-"Alue Jeaaa." May 17. It It. Mrs.
j risks la "Salvation VsU." May It, II. XX,
SUabert's "Ths Bias Moos."
Dally scat. S:15. Bvsry aTLsrat SilS
(hsrliiita Parrv A Co.. Jwan Taihernoff
t Circus Troupe, Original Madeape. Fsrrell
Taylor Co.. Llity uaiy. wam rim
Man Models, Bert and Lottie Walton, Kino
l drum. Prices. 10c, 'tar and 40c.
Others msv attempt, but ,
gusrantees enjoyable satisfaction '
Plate pinners are Knjoyable Here
Warn yon bar Gold, Medal Finns
b sere It Is Wasbbnrn-Croaby'a'eeld
Medal floor. This la Important.
a sr at i.-mmmaBanBa
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