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TITE BEE: OMAIIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1009.
ONE MORE DAY OF PAUL CASE
Argument! Thii Morning and After
rooa Will End Hearinj.
FINAL EVIDENCE ADDS SPICE
nnnkrr and III Wile Both oa fltaa4
Aa-aln at rbirie and Coaater
rhnrato Made ay Each
The Paul divorce case hat but one more
day to live In district court, aave, of course,
for the decision of Judge Troup, which will
not be Immediately handed down. Attor;
neyn will ara-ue the case today and then
will end the trial of what has been In many
respects the most scandalous hearing In
Douglas county In years.
The closing day of evidence taking
brought no new specific charges, but many
details In support of charges previously
made on either side. Yesterday afternoon
Mrs. Paul had her last say on the stand
and declared that her husband had sworn
to her "that he would fix her so that no
decent woman would speak to her." and
that she had Implored him on bended knee
to be kind to her and that he refused.
Paul had his last Inning In the morning,
and a considerable Inning It was, for his
re Ital was at times Intensely dramatic.
Swore to Fidelity.
"Mrs. Taul came to me and said," de
clared Piul. " There is a scandal about me
In Florence, John Paul. I swear before
(Jod that I have never been unfaithful to
you since we married.'
"1 replied to her," continued the witness,
" "You know what you know and I know
what I know. Ypu know more than I do,
but I know enourli.
" Now, look me In the eye and tell me
that.' Ho I spoke to her, but she did not
do It. I then said to her: 'When did you
last see Bod well?'
' 'Oh, let me see,' she replied. 'Why,
when we and the Gordons met him In
front of the Hayden Bros.' store.'
Another conversation was related by Mr.
Paul, which also had some of the elements
of ral drama, or melodrama, possibly.
"When we talked of coming to some set
tlement of our differences she answered
mo: Junt go ahead and fight. I'm a
fighter myself and I come of fighting
stock. We ll fight It out to a finish.' "
"Did your wife," InqiUred A. W. Jefferls,
Paul's attorney, talk' one day to your
rtauKhtef Margaret In'tho bath room about
cocktails and high balls?"
Counsel In Wrangle.
This question produced the warmest dis
cussion between counsel which the trial
has yet known. General Cowln was pro
testing about "the little children being
dragged into tho case," and Mr. .Tefferla
retorting, "you should have thought of
theui sooner, general."
The court finally ruled out the question,
bin stipulated that it should go Into the
record, .is wa undisputed that Mr. and
Mrs. run! were not at this lime dwelling
In peaett and serenity.
Oneral Cov in's remarks on the objeo
tlonnble nature of the evidence were fervid
and he wound up with the declaration: "I
do thiii to r.ave the children," a remark
which ho addressed not to the court, but
to newspaper reporters Bitting in his rear.
The longer a cold hangs m, the more It
weakens the system. Cure It promptly by
using Chamberlain's Cough" Remeay.
My. but Joe Anson
Was a Mad Man!
He Threatened to Carre Up Whole
Street Car of People Two Dol
lars and Coit.
Joe Anson created a panto on a Farnam
street car, promising to cut the vitals out
of everybody In tight. The Impulse gen
erated by much ardent liquor was Joe's
only defense when confronted by the car
crew and two passengers whom he had
chased off the car.
Joe was feeling very badly. Remorse
looked out from, every dusty wrinkle. He
was no longer the bold, bad man.
"Two dollars and costs," said Judge C.
M. Bachrnan. The testimony of R. Land
green, conductor, and John Stronburg, mo
torman, was sufficient to convict Joe.
TWELVE HOUSES IN A CLUSTER
Dnr.rn Dn-elllnsra Will Be Ballt by
Prairie Trait Company la
Tho Prairie Trust company Is preparing
to build twelve new fine residences at
once on Its property In the north part of
This company a year ago secured posses
sion of sixty-one lots north of Ames ave
nue, between Twenty-fourth and Thirtieth
streets. It has completed the construction
of nineteen houses and has sold all but
one. The plat of ground has been graded
and the streets paved and parked.
The company, composed of W. A. Pax
ton, B. J. Scanned. Frank T. Ransom, Dr.
Robert Gllmore and Herman B. Peters, has
spent over $2,600 for parks and has been In
strumental In getting over $50,000 worth of
paving done In that section of the city.
The plan has been to build a fine residence
on each alternate lot. The average price
of the houses sold has been $3,S00.
Covered with Bleeding Humor when
a Baby Poor Little Sufferer
Found No Rest and Could Only
Fret and Cry Until Very First Use
of Cuticura Brought Sleep,
JUSTICE OF' PEACE TELLS
OF CURE BY CUTICURA
, m if
"Mr baby boy was afflicted with ao
lema. It ran on him until ha was
full of sores from his head
to his feet. Even tha
bottom of his feet were
full of cracks with tha
blood coming out. I ba
lieve that his case was as
, for ha was bleeding all
over and could not rest.
Ha was too small to tell
anything about it, only to
fret and cry. oould
get nothing to relieve him until we got
the Cuticura Ointment and the first
application of the Ointment put him to
leep. Then wa used Cuticura Re
solvent and Cuticura Hoap and ha con
tinued to improve until cured. Tha
boy is all right now and has been for
tha last seven or eight years. I believe
that tha Cuticura Remedies will cure
all case of eoaama if used right, as I
know that thy were tha first tilings
that gave our baby relief. I. J. Pierce,
Justioeof tha Peace of Lee Co. , Cameron,
N. C, Oot. 23 and Nov. 7, 1008."
30 YEARS' FAVORITE
For Tortures of the Skin and
5calp Is Cuticura.
For mora than thirty years Cuticura
3ap and Cuticura Ointment, aasutad
when necessary by Cuticura Resolvent,
have been the favorites in tens of thou
sands of households for torturing, dis
figuring humors of tha skin and scalp
that itch, burn, scale, crust and bleed,
peaca falls on distracted households
when Cuticura enters, bringing prompt
relief, permitting rest and sloep and
pointing to speedy cure when all elsa
faiU.. Guaranteed absolutely pure.
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f'kofutkl .nt Pna. ?& fT 14 ! Sell.
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P. W. KUHNS WILL BUILD
STORES WHERE HOMES STAND
Prepares to Erect Bnlldlna-a for Busi
ness at Tvreaty-Foarth and
Paul W. Kuhns Is advertising for the
sale of the frame houses on his lots at the
southeast corner of Twenty-fourth and
Farnam streets arid will have them moved
off at once preparatory to building five
Mr. Kuhns owns 108 feet on Farnam
street and 1C feet on Twenty-fourth street.
He will erect at once five stores, using all
the Farnam street frontage. Mr. Kuhns
says he has not decided Just how high In
the air the building will be built at present
but the foundation and walls will be built
heavy enough to cany a high building if It
Is desired In the future.
Many think the corner of Twenty-fourth
and Farnam streets may some day be the
future center of the retail district of the
city. The grading of Twenty-fourth street
Is now under way from California to
Cuming street and the contractors think
the grading v. Ill be completed this fall un
less the severe cold starts In too early.
Preparations are also under way for pav
ing the street and the street railway com
pany Is already placing Its switches and
crossings at Twenty-fourth and Cuming
streets, preparatory to laying Its cross
town line in the spring. When this line Is
completed It Is planned to run through
cars from North Omaha straight down
Twenty-fourth street to South Omaha,
making the longest stralght-a-way line in
The street railway company Is also pre
paring to build Its extension from Twenty
fourth and O street, .South Omaha, through
the stock yards, past the Exchange build
ing to Thirty-sixth and L. streets. Some
delay Is now being occasioned by the en
gineers in preparing plans for remodeling
the O street viaduct over the Union Pacific
and Union Stock yards' tracks so that it
will accommodate the track of the street
POLICE AFTER BOYS WHO
DESTROYED WIDOW'S HOME
Young Vandals Wrealt Venareance '
Because Mother Kept Her. Son
Oat of Hallowe'en.
The humble home of Mrs. Ann Blrkman,
a widowed washerwoman, at Thirty
third and Seward streets, was made the
object of a combined assault by a gang of
young ruffians on Hullow'een, because she
refused to allow her son, Willie, 15 years
of age, to participate in their vandal revels.
Willie, tearful and pleading, was kept
within by the final refusal of his mother.
"De gang", waiting without, learned tho
situation. Theirs would be revenge fo
It was a hideous night in the Blrkma
home. The loose Junk from a radlu
of blocks around was hurled at tha littli
cottage. Outbuildings, flower beds, coa.
pile and all that was moveable was thrown
Into choas In revenge for Willie's enforced
Willie begged again and again, but In
vain. The din and havoc without went on.
The widow heard the ruin of her property
and half expected to have the little cot
tage tumbling about her head.
The yard was a sight of ruin when morn
ing came. The story of the damage
wrought has reached the police. The of
ficers are expecting to arrest the boys who
gave the widowed mother so much grief.
MOST COMPLICATED OF SUITS
Caa Filed la District Court Over
Claim of Six Thousand Dol
lars Takes the Prise.
Mrs. Jennie B. Hauter and F. O. Mills
are plaintiff In one of the most compli
cated suits filed In months In the district
court of Douglas county. Henry B. Read,
Nathan P. McDonald, Edwin E. Spires,
Arthur H. Burnett. Harry Q. Brome, A.
8. Tlbblts and Walter La. Anderson are the
Briefly told, the plaintiffs have a claim
for $6,414 against Henry B. Read, through
a note covered by a mortgage. It Ih
charging Read is concealing property which
would satisfy the claim, the mortgage being
worthless. It is also asserted that he is
permitting the attorneys who are co-defendants
to put In exorbitant bills for
services In another suit and that they are
getting away with the money. Hence an
Injunction la prayed for against the 'bills
being paid, though they will issue. If at
all. In a court of another Jurisdiction, the
district federal court.
The mortgage which Read gave the plain
tiffs, or rather, the interests they repre
sent, was antedated by two other mort
gages, one of which was foreclosed and the
sale left nothing over for Mrs. Hauter and
F. O. Mills.
KASSAL'S NERVES BOTHER HIM
Btronarer Physically, Man Shot by
Starves la Temporarily
Nate H. Kassal, who was shot by Arthur
Sturges, now under treatment at Omaha
General hospital, Is beginning to show
the effects of the reaction from the ex
perience, which he has gone through. His
nerve is broken now that the worst Is
over, and, while he Is in physically better
condition than before, he is temporarily
Mr. Kassal Is not now In any grave
danger," said Dr. Frederick Wearne, "and
he will again show marked Improvement,
Remarkable cures nave beau made by
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
CHASES FAMILY0UT OF HOUSE
Pat ' Haley Gets Drank and Makes
Ills Wife and Children
Pat Haley, in the entrusting Innocence
of an honest hardworking cltlsen. stood
before Judge C. M. Bachrnan In police
court, ir.ucli aurprlsed at the fanciful tale
of adventure related by big Officer Diiacoll
standing beside him.
"He was lying on the kitchen floor Bur-
of I s
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GREAT SKIRT SALE
A Manufacturer's Samples and Surplus Stock
of High Grade Skirts at About One-Half Price
These skirts that go on sale Wed
nesday are very fine plain or silk, em
broidered voiles, tailored taffetas,
chiffon panamas, fine worsteds, man
nish tweeds, silk moires, white serges,
cheviots, etc. All colors are repre
sented. All strictly new fall styles.
WORTH $6.50 UP TO $15.00,
II llll ! II 111
mm s ?n ao a a no
II) I V 4 I all VI AV WBtt K I.
Fancy Linens, 98c
You can choose from hundreds of elegant sample pieces of
linens cluny drawn work piano scarfs; pure linen, hand
embroidered center pieces, hand embroidered shirtwaist
patterns; Renaissance scarfs; cluny and Japanese squares
and scarfs Madeira and French Z?3
knot centers and doilies many v2. Jvvn
positively worth up to $5.00 tJy QC
Jl l, eiU'U ;
Thousands have admired these linens in the window
on sale Art Needlework Section Main Floor.
. TWO UNDERWEAR SPECIALS
Women's long sleeve corset
covers, lisle thread, taped
waist and neck,
Women's Je r s ey ribbed
fleece lined union suits, regu
lar sizes, at,
Women's Fine Embroidered Handkerchiefs
Every thread is linen, grass bleached, dainty embroidery
spray patterns, with initial in corner, narrow f flr
hemstitched border, 15c and 20c values, at, each. ... IvFC
Watch lor Announcement of Sale of Ren's Hih Class Clothes Saturday
BR AM DEIS STOKES
Buy your Christmas gifts now
comolete. Only seven weeks before
be htre. Spend a few minutes In our store.
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LAY IT ASIDE
while our 'stock Is jf''
the holidays will N
S. VV. Lindsay. Jeweler
leie Douglas Street.
BAILEY &. MACH
Best equipped dental office In the middle west
Highest grade dentistry .t . reasonable prices
Porcelain filling, lust like the tooth. All Instru
mentB carefully sterilized after each patient.
THIRD FLOOH : PAXTON BLOCK
Cor Iflth nnd Farnam St.
FISTULApay When CURED
All Kectal Diseases cored without a surgical ss.
operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other gen
era! aneasthetic used. CURE GUARANTEED f i
WRITE FOR BOOK OH PILES AND RECTAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS II
DR. C. J. TARRY. 224 Baa Bulldlna. Omaha, Nebraska 1
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tit wnwna biow
a mnn In known by the
diamond he wears no less
than by the company he
keeps. The value in a dia
mond is not the size, but the
Quality. Quality people wear
quality stones. We know
diamonds, handle Quality
stones. Come and see.
Ninety per cent of pur
chase price refunded any
time within one year.
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This la the milk
yon have beard so much about
Trios la Ho par qt.
Distributed only by
Q ANITARY DAIRY CO.,
lSia Farnam St. rhoaea. Dour. 411 A. 4411
rounding a can of beer when we an
swered the emergency call," said the
lullt-c-iiiAii. lit. tw mm inv Liluurrn
had just bee able to get back in the house '
after being chased out In th?lr night
clothes. Haley was drunk, your honor, i
'fifteen dollaia and costs behave your
self," was the answer from the bench.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any cane
of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not be
yond the reach of medicine. Cures back
ache and Irregularities that If neglected
mlvht result In lirlght's disease or diabetes.
-wrTT-Xy all druggists.'
You will find
where to buy the
best birds of var
ious breeds un
der the head
in the want ads.
If you have poultry you
can sell it by advertising
your stock in The Bee. The
cost is small, one cent per
word jer day, or $1.50 per
line per month.
Want Ad Dept.
THE Or.lAHA BEE
Ladies ' Suits, 45-inch coat
and new pleated skirt, mod
els sold regularly for $25.00.
Ladies' Suits, all the new
models shown; some severe
ly tailored; sold regularly
for $29.75 and $32.50. On
sale Wednesday for
Ladies' Suits, in all the new
coat lengths, skirt models
and the new fabrics; sold
regularly for $35.00 and
$37.50. Wednesday's price,
Russian Pony Fur Coats,
regular $85.00 value; our
At this popular price we're
showing shoe value that can
not he duplicated elsewhere.
We're well aware that all
shoe stores sell women's shoes
at $3.00, but what a differ
ence In the shoes.
The price means nothing
It's not copyrighted any
store can name it the shoe
Madam, if you wear $3.00
shoes and will look at our
shoes at this price, we will
make a sale.
We've every size and width
which guarantees a perfect
fit and we see that every foot
FRY SHOE CO.,
t6th and Douglas Streets
mill Any 16c Indies' Home Journal pattern
with the Kail style hook, at 800
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TAILORED SUITS :
From tho Cohn Purchase
It's a great week in the women's suit room. More than a
thousand fine suits, representing the most select styles at
It's bargains on quality garments rather than a miscel
laneous lot of undesirable styles.
Every suit is a marvel of exactness, the materials are
plain shades of high grade hard twisted worsteds, nil lined
with guaranteed satin those at $25.00 and over have gen
uine Skinner satin linings.
Coats are 45, 48 to 52 inch lengths skirts are hand
somely pleated. No lack of sizes or colors or styles. "
Positive savings of $7.50 to $12.50 on every uit.
$22.50 SUITS FOR. . . .$15.00
$25.00 SUITS FOR .... $19.50
$35.00 SUITS FOR .... $25.00
$40.00 SUITS FOR. . . .$29.50
$45.00 SUITS FOR. . . .$32.50
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A Great Sale of Corsets
39c -d 0c
We announce for Wednesday
Corsets worth regularly up to
$2 for 39c and 69c. They are
makers' surplus lots which we
secured at a mere fraction of
regular cost. New, clean, per
fect garments that you'll appre
ciate. They come in coutil and
batistes of excellent quality
all elzeB in each lot.
You'll find them on the bargain
tables Wednesday; all have been
removed from their boxes, ao you
can see at a glance what the Una
consists of and to aid you to make
selections quickly. Just two lots
and values up to 2, at
Boss Supporters, pin on and pnd
stylos; 2fie regularly, for lOo
machine Thread, all numbers, black
and white, special a spools. So
Bilk Covered Buttons, all colors and
siies 2 dozen on card, for ...lOo
Hooks and Eyes, black, white. 6c
quality S cards, So
Safety Pins, nickeled, dozen on card,
special , a cards, So
Darning- Cotton, black, brown, white
dozen to box, for ISO
Skirt Braid, black mercerized, 6 yd.
to bolt, special So
Hair Pins, package la
Our boys' section will offer a line
of swagger long cut overcoats in
the new Auto and Military collar
style; nobby brown, tan, olive
and gray stripes and
mixtures; warm, servi
ceable coats for boys
5 to 10 years
Reducing the holiday stock while the demand is still greatest. Se
lect your gifts tomorrow. Plenty of time for burning before Xmas.
fyrography Sets, 10 styles 91.30-t7.BO
200 asstd. Placques 6o to $1.00
Boxes of all kinds lOo to tl.60
' aTaTaaBMaanTaal ' SStBBaaUsS
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Pennett's Capital Coffee, pound package B8o and 10 Oreea triamps
Bennett's Challenge Coffee, pound package 18o and 10 Oreen Stamps
Teas, assorted, pound 48o and bO Oreeh btamps
Bennett's Teas, ansoited, pound 38o and 40 tireen btamps
Bennett's Tea Sifting1, pound IBo and IS, ireen Utamps
Yankee Cream Corn, 16c cans, special, 2 cans ...880
DOUBLE STAMPS OS OBAHULATED BUOaJl
Neufchatel Cheese, three for ,,. 10c S ,
Ijebkuclien, lull line direct rroin uermany. i-
Diamond C Soap, 10 bars for ......8BO
Franco-American BoupH, quart 3So and 30 Oreen Htamps
Horseradish, new, bottle lOo and 10 Green Stamps
Kddy's Home Mustard, Jnr 12 "o and 10 Oreen btamps
Bennett's Capitol Oats, Wheat or Pancake llo and 10 Oreen btamps
Bennett's Capitol Baking I'owder, pound 84o and 20 Oreen Btamps
Ilamond Crystal Salt, packuge lOo and 10 Oreen Stamps
Royal Tomatoes, two cans woo and X0 Oreen hlamps
Beauty Asparagus, can 80c and 10 Oreen Stamps
Yacht Club Salad Dressing S5o and 20 Green btamps
bnlder's Pork and Beans, can 16o and 10 Oreen btamps
Cream Cheese, best quality 800 and 10 Oreen Stamps
Virginia Swiss Cheese 260 and 10 Oreen Stamps
Automobile, Gas and Traction
P mm i?s s Ja aari ADJf O0 Of ttlM6 OOUrtM Hlftf
LRZinEEliniL completed to three oioqUi-.
V The mofci compleut au4 prtwiN
cftl course offered by ajiy chool la Uie ouuuirf. Full
upfly of autoiiioMU'i and enuloft fur practice. Stu
dent Uutjht not only to bandit eutuinobllee end
engine, bet to lueke all rer-ttre. bead for caulotfue
glvibtf complete loformtetlou. Vm can euter anr
lime. Your quarter la twelve weeks, or LUreo tnoniUa
f mm tbe day you eater. Art dree
HI ft. tan 4 IrU olleCe, ! KffolaiM, lav.
"THE TRAIN OP REAL LIGHTS'
Railway IM Exadnaiipn
Tbe examination for the fUllwe? Matt Herrte will
be bf Id nest apriii. Yuu rto evilly prepare for tbia
exavmlaatluo tn three montiie. Juit fair common
a- boul educatioQ la ell tbal la needed. Cluaea beajla
November So. lM-, and January s. ItflO. Tultlononly
fiS.uu. We can give yju the full counte eiio by tr
Maptjndeuce. Tuition, A.00. Y riut fur full lufur
De Molnet, Iowa
G. A. LIMQJEST CO.
gas- Pastoa Bleak
have a good asaorlineni of woolens for
tall and Winter wear. Give them a call
bctore felling your suit or overcoat.
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Leaves Omsha at 6:30 p. ra.
low Arrives Chicago 8:07 a. m.
Tliis train is about perfect for all classes of travel.
It is brilliantly lighted by electricity, generated by a dynamo
in charge of the train electrician. , t
The sleepers and diner are ready for Omaha patrons at 6 p. no.
There are no handsomer dining cars than those on this train, nor
is there anywhere any better dining car service.
Breakfast is served in the diner before arrival at 8:07 a. m.
The earlier arrival in Chicago insures your
cennecfion vtiih morning trains for ihe cast
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