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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1909)
TIIF, BilTv OMAHA, SATl'HDA f, NOV KM UK II
ell Dcro!; 618 BOTH PHOHES BEACH AI.lt SETTS Ind. A-1S41
Early Season Sale of Furs Saturday
At Bargain Square No. 2 In Basement
liuy below value in this Early Season Sale and lie reiulv for the iev weather to come.
CJ..4 l.... :n . ii e ii
x o.uuiuii we win oner me iouowiiif:
French Coney Fur
set consisting of rug
muff and long neck
piece, regular $13.00
value, Saturdny, $7.98.
Isabella Possum Fur
set consisting of plain
muff and long neck
piece, regular $12.50
value, Saturday $6.98.
Brook Mink Fur set,
muff and neckpiece
trimmed with heads,
regular $16 value, Sat
urday at $S.96.
A special feature of
this great Fur Sale will
be the offering of sep
arate neckpieces and
muffs at next to noth
R. & Q. Corsets
There are certain virtues
In R. ft O. Corsets that are
acknowledged to excel those
of all other corsets. This Is
not too strong a statement
to make, since it can be
proved. From a shape view
point they are as near per
fect as it is possible to make
a corset, the fitting, the fab
ric and making and con
struction are up to the high
est standard. They are made
to fit. See the new models
at our corset department.
Prices $1 to $4 each.
Special Sale of Long Coats Saturday at Bar
gain Square No. 3, in Basement.
See Howard St. Windows.
Special Bale of 52-inch broadcloth coats,
in the season's latest styles. Colors black,
brown, cadet, cardinal. These coats arc in two
Lot 1 -$18.00 Coats Saturday at. . . .$12.50'
Lot 2-$15.00 Coats Saturday at. . . .$10.00
A few coats, worth up to $10.50; Saturday,
your choice $1.98
Four Covert Coats, worth $1G.50; Saturday at,
each . . $5.00
Automobile Gloves Under Priced
Men's $3.50 Automobile Gloves, Saturday at,
per pair $1.75.
Men's $4.60 Automobile Gloves, Saturday at,
per pair $2.25.
Men's $C.OO Automobile Gloves, Saturday at,
per pair $3.00.
These are extra well made and have the large
gauntlet which is so popular with Automobile
men. Main Floor.
Great Sale at the Toilet Goods Saturday
Your choice of a large assortment of Flesh
Brushes, regular 35c, 50c, 75c and $1 values, Sat
urday at. each 19c.
Vantlne Sandal Wood Toilet Water, Satur
25c Violet Cold Cream, Saturaay 15c.
Colgate's Tooth Powder, Saturday 15c.
25c Nail Polish in cake form, Saturday 15c.
50c Combs, Saturday, each 25c.
We Sell Harri
for Women. .
Vnl T4 7rt
Teley 717 712
nail 1519 1. -M
Itsmllton 13n3 MM
Harlan 810 Ml
lluycs 22 Zii
Hitchcock 4S." 400
Hooker 0 hi
Howard lloo 1077
Jefferson UrM ir!)
Kearnoy 8:5 907
Keith 24 27
Kimball U'2 117
Knox 14!'7 1475
LiuicaMer Sols 3ti!3
Logan 119 114
Madison ., 111 VM
Merrick K3 b73
Morrill ' 210 240
Nance 704 fism
Nuckolls 1128 lluo
Otoe 1CK5 lUU'-t
l'awnre 78b 783
Perkins ......... 21S 214
Pierce 857 840
I'iielpe ...... S50 924
Platte 1778 1795
Ked Willow SH3 818
Hlrhardson .... J513 lbr
Sarpy 7(12 m
H.nnders 1I-H4 i.i!i
Scott's Bluff... 411 407
Mr ward l;,' i
Sherman Bill B,7
Stanton 712 704
77 116 117 115
718 344 339
1560 1574 Km lii.M
13-5 1310 la.O llitio
ta4 ." Ofi 8(4
223 :,4 Z7fl 2.7
481 6t0 497 4H2
58 75 7S 7J
1107 706 758 820
1076 1S50 14l'9 15.14
71 110.1 10 iR lm
900 829 701 803
Z'i 3,2 S)3 a.
121 TS 214 219
1471 1315 122 1271
3u04 4f4 4847 ii
113 99 i9 1U0
126H 1411 14(H l:oi
948 940 946 9:16
232 333 343 347
720 ffi 878 876
10' H4fi H45 H40
1634 1M)8 1G43 IfSO
717 1145 1131 112ri
814 225 225 22(1
6J 6ii0 680 Ur
932 1125 10!2 1077
1128 ; 924 964
19T.6 778 7 786
852 962 940 946
1528 i:Ki0 1371 1301
743 549 632 D48
lim I74'i iHtfl nr,
428 707 7117 733
llnj 1310 12!2 13. J
ffiS ' 5s:i r.G9 649
689 621 610 615
1249 1262 1412
87 92 S
fi7 677 Im8
791 799 824
9' 3 1027 11C6
597 iX 804
1128 1129 11S3
1825 . 1716 1969
te Count Ira.
Cherry, 14 of 29.
Frontier, 4 of 26
LliU'oln, 24 of 41
Nemaha, 3 of 19
.Sioux, 8 of 14..
157 ' 204
Totals 81800 81500 83376 84467 83489 83870
YORK DEFEATS SOUTH OMAHA
Illarh school Tenni from Parkin ton la
Itndly Outclassed Ytaltlna;
Ten ma F.nlH to Score.
YORK, Neb., Nov. 6. (Special Tele
gram.) In ..today's game between York
and South -Omaha the latter was out
clasped and outplayed at every point of
the gains aid at no time was York's goal
In dnnger. The score was 39 to 0. The
South Omaha team was not quite as heavy
as York and at times showed considerable
skill. York's heavy guards nrpvpntwl
South Omaha from getting through.
In the first half South Omaha kicked
off, making a short kick. Wiley returned
the ball thirty yards. By straight foot
ball York's star player, Carpenter, made
the first touchdown; Scott kicked goal.
York kicked off. South Omaha compelled
to punt, York failed and was penalized on
an attempted forward pans. York gained
by on-slde kicks. On third down Kuns
made end run of fortv vnrd tmhin
I goal. South Omaha kicked off. York by
, a series of line smashes made a touch
down. York kicked goal.
Three of York's star players did not
participate In this game, owing to othor
heavy games scheduled. Tho South Omaha
players praised York for the good enter
tainment after the game and for the gen
tlemanly and clean playing on the part of
the York team.
Only Una "BROSO at'IMNE."
That Is Laxative Promo Quinine. Took for
tho signature of E. V. Grove. Used the
World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c
I Here are the decidedly correct coats
I for "small women" juniors and children
THESE exceptionally correct modeled coat3 are produced by a firm that has become nationally
famous for its fidelitv tn "fit" In tho neiiollv iffioiilf "email ...,,....,'.. j
"child" sizes, and WE have the exclusive Omaha selling on the entire line See the garments by
all means try them on they're the sort that call forth genuine expressions of unbounded de
light. Order by mall If you live out of town, for we GUARANTEE absolute satisfaction. See
numbers on top or bottom of style illustrations and descriptions below.
W$f- 'littleMjor- If
C" -XWfc TZf? Coated .
LAW'S CLUTCHES TICIITEX
Xo. ta 3mll women's "Co-Ed" coat. In elisrlot, covert,
roslclolh and donkls faced English Tweed. In bin, red,
grajr, atone green and wtsttrla, in a price range CI 7 CA
of 635.00, (ib.OO and down to as low as ". .. 9llJV
Ko. 83 "Juulot" coats in ilici rangltig from to 14 years.
In blight tes, cav s, browns and gcca, rv:1 up from a
superior line of Bbaw oerlots. At 913. CO, 913.00 C-frtIO
ml down to as low as JIV.VIJ
JTo. C4 nilldrn's coats. In seleot new broadcloths and
chorion, a lme amy in every wanted shade. Come In
sices t to 9 y i'S, and the price ranges from (c a a
7.60 down to 4M.OO, and as low aa fiJMU
STo. 5 "uill Women's" University coats, la rtaerlota
and roagli faferios; saale with (.hiwl collars of Telvct and
velvet cuffs, tiavym, grays, tans, and stuns C9it ftf
a-rstts. BaVOO, 23.60 and down to JJiJ.VV
"o. "Junior" ccEts, la ares from 8 to 14 J.ars. Come
la fine Kersey cloths, beautifully braided. Iu newest scar
let and navy shades. The price range is $20.00 CIO nil
and also at, per garment JIO.VU
Ho. 7 "Junior" coats. In ages C to 14 years. Come la
fchaw cheviots, In such wante.1 colorings as Yle blue, reU.
freen and In brown. Attractive garments at 411 nfl
U.aO aad also at JI.VU
To, 93 "Junior" coins, tn choicest of Ihsw cbsvlots, In
the popular colors, sucb as Tale blue, tan and green. We've
never known qnite so fetching a line at (13.90 1") n
and low as J ' vQ
o. Small Women's "Moyea Age" ooats, tn finest of
broadcloths. In striking new resedis, navy, roses and
plain blacks. This is the correct model. C 7 C O A
A large aew exhibit at, per coat fJJUv
TBI YOURO PEOPLE'S
n4 for mew Illustrated fall catalogue.
New Location 1518-1520 Famam St.
Buhl Marshal's Story Point Federal
of fthrltua's Fiance Mart
GULL'S TESTIMONY DAMAGET0
One tlleaed Ilaadlt Kaally Nabbed
by Crafty Idaho ttfftrer tetter
of Nheltun'a Klaace Hart
Lover's ( hanres.
The slmplet story ot the arrest of "Bill'
Matthews at Uuhl, Idaho, by City Marshal
Kuketie slay of that town was the most
striking feature yesterday afternoon In the
trial of the alleged robbers of the Over
land Limited train. This tale, coupled
with the testimony of Lillian Stephenson,
the fiancee of Shelton. is destined to play
an Important part In the court battle.
Matthena was arrested June IS at the
Buhl hotel, where he had registered as
William Marvin. It had been tipped off to
May that Matthews was wanted for the
robbery and the marshal,' by his well laid
plans, had no difficulty in capturing his
man. May appeared at Matthew room be
hind a trusty six-shooter, forcing an easy
The man was writing a letter at the time
and made an effort to destroy the missive,
partially suceedlng. The fragments of the
letter, together with Matthews' suit case,
revolver and clothes, were identified by
the Buhl marshal.
It developed during the cross-examina
tion that Matthews had. In addition to his
other vocations, followed that of a stage
driver and mall carrier. It was further In
timated that at one time Matthews had
been a locomotive engineer.
Postofflce Inspector Mosby was recalled
during the afternoon and toM of Shelton's
arrest In Denver and his subsequent return
to Omaha. Shelton Insisted that he would
be able to show that he was In his room
In the Wykoff flats between 11 and 12
o'clock the night of the robbery. Shelton
claimed that he had been to a moving pic
ture show with a Miss Myer, who was also
a roomer at the flat..
Shelton Tells Story.
Shelton told a weird story of leaving
Omaha after having ridden to the suburbs
In a street car, and walking to Lincoln
over the Northwestern tracks, where he
took the Burlington to Denver.
Detectives Copeland Bell and P. J. Carr
of Denver told of- the arrest of Shelton and
Lillian Stephenson In that city and of their
examination at tho office of the chief of
police In Denver before being brought to
Edward Hoffman, a detective of Colo
rado Springs, testified that he knew Orlg
ware In 1907 and that his assumed name
at that time was E. ' B. Holllnghead. He
saw and knew Lawrence F. Oolden about
the same time and his nom de plume was
P. J. .Butterbaugh. He identified both men
In the court room. .
James Schroeder of Spokane testified to
having sold Frank Grlgware a Colt's re
volver In JSpokane In 1908, the witness be
ing at the time a clerk In the Holly-Mason
hardware establishment. He knew Grlg
ware personally from having been a mem
ber of the same base ball team.
Girl May Convict Lover.
The chain of evidence around the five
men was materially strengthened by two
powerful links welded by the government
from the testimony of Miss Lillian Steph
enson, fiancee of Shelton, one of the de
fendants, and Postofflce Inspector Charles
Diddeford, who has letter written by Shel
Miss Stephenson's part In the play la
paradoxical. Throughout the whole her
one determination was to protect and
hleld her lover," and In it all she probably
has added the word that will go far to
ward securing his conviction.
With a woman's loyalty and love she
did what she could to save her sweet
heart In the moment of bis greatest
danger, but her devotion was In reality
After the men had been practically made
known through the tell-tale photographs
taken at Spokane and Denver, the detec
tives never doubted for a moment that
Jark Shelton would return to Denver and
to Miss Stephenson. The officers laid In
wait for him and caught him with Miss
Stephenson, to whom he had fled from
There was not much In her story of dra
matic Interest, except that they were
lovers. She first met him in Spokane, where
both of them lived. Later she went to
Walla Walla, Wash., alone, again meeting
him there; then early In the present year
both of them came to Denver. It was
through him that she became acquainted
with Grigware, Torgenson and Woods and
this acquaintance dated from their first
meeting In Spokane.
Telia of Whole Party.
She told of the whole party, Woods, Tor
genson, Shelton and Grigware going to
Hot Springs, Ark., some time during Feb
ruary and of her regular correspondence
with ay of them, not alone from Hot
Springs, but from Kansas City and Joplin
and other points up to about the middle
of May. She did not see either of them
personally again- until Shelton appeared at
her rooms In Denver. Sunday, May SO. He
seemed haggard and extremely nervous
and axked her if she had seen her picture
and the rest of the boys tn the papers.
She had not seen the picture up to this
time, and was startled when he showed it
She read the story of the hold up In
Omaha, and realized at once that she
might be Implicated In the affair, though
up to this time her name had not been
mentioned in connection with it.
Shelton went to her room at once, and
seeing duplicates of the tell-tale photo
graphs displayed in the room, took them
down and destroyed them. At the same
tune she look the bundle of letters she
had received from the boys and destroyed
She and Shelton were arrested the fol
lowing Tuesday, she being held us a wit
ness. Wrote Fur Money to Defend.
Haore their arrest Sheitun had tmd hei
that lie had written to James Grigware,
a brother of Frank Grigware, for niuney
to assist In defending liie boys. He wanted
yM. but had received only 1M). lie
wanted her to send this maney to Omaha,
bo that It could not bo traced to him.
'I lieu came the question of securing a
Imvyer In Omaha to defend the three men
Uitn under arrest in Omaha and Miss
.-;; puenxon suggested that they secure the
lawjei that uefended Pat Crowe, but she
(iid not know ills name, and in the mean
while both had been placed under arrest,
and she did not got to send the money to
u.naria as Slieltun bad wanted her to do.
Shelton did not tell tier what trouble Uie
Luys had gotten Intu and it was not until
she had read the story in the papers thst
she knew of the boys being accused of the
He told her that he had just come from
the east, but finally admitted that he had
been la Omaha the night of the robbery,
but that be would be able tu prove a gtoi
alibi by the landlady of whom he rented
the rooms about two blocks from the
Omaha postofflce. In that, he came home
from a moving picture show about 11
o'clock that night, and she chaffed him a
little about being out so late. Ha told her,
fi'ther, that be roomed with a man whom
b ua4 met on be street, but did not know
AJ57 FAISNAM ST.
(Gratett Walies Ewer
in Our Saturday Sale of
Women's Suits and Coats at
Hundreds of new suits and coats received direct from New
York by special purchases. Suits with coats 50 inches long, lined
Skinner's satins and made of fine
all wool materials thoroughly
shrunk and sponged. Separate coats,
in the new Russian front effects, also
plain tailored styles and others with
pleated effects. We ask you to inspect
the great collections of high class suits
and coats we offer Saturday, at
Specially Priced at $15, $19.50 and $25
Dresses suitable for every occasion, house, street and general
wear, some plain tailored, others slightly embroidered and still
others elaborately trimmed, braided and embroidered. Extraor
dinary values; on sale Saturday, at
$15, $13.50 and $25
in l and IDiaCK IT UTS
All popular and reliable furs included in our immense assort
ment for fine fur neckwear and muffs.
Mink Sets, at $45.00 to $225.00
Black Fox Sets, at $25.00 to $95.00
Sable Fox Sets, at $20.00 to $50.00
Blue Wolf Sets, at S25.00 to $45.00
Squirrel Sets, at $12.50 to $35.00
Jap Mink Sets, at . $25.00 to $75.00
Brook Mink Sets, at ..... . . . . $10.00 to $25.00
Russian Lynx Sets $15.00
Beautiful large rug muffland fancy shawl collar with shirred lin
ings. This is a beautiful, rich, black fur set and an Cfl C
extremely special value Saturday, at CpA3
him, as that was the first time he had ever
Not Severely Examined.
Miss Steimenson was subjected only to
the slightest cross-examination. She was
onee married and gave her age as 26. She
is a pretty young woman, stylishly, yet
modestly dressed, and evidently produced a
favorable Impression on the Jury, for her
straightforward answer! to the examina
tion given her by the attorney for the
That the five accused men were well
known in Spokane was shown in the evi
dence of Charles Klddeford, postofflce in
spector Of Spokane. Inspector Klddeford
has known Frank Grigware for nine or
ten years, as well as his entire family.
Ha also knew Shelton. whose proper name
is Lawrence F. Golden, and his family for
many ytars. He had been acquainted with
Dan Downer (D. V. Woods) for fifteen
j?ars and Incidentally knew Bill Matthews.
Inspector Riddeford's attention was first
directed to this case through seeing the
, nt the four men In the Spokane
Keview after their arrest In Omaha. He
r cognised all of the men and particularly
:Huu.r He went at once to the meat
market of James Grigware, a brother of
Frank Grigware, and learned from hlni
that aome one had telegraphed to him
from Denrer under the name of J. U.
Kelly for funds. This telegraph was later
f.illnw1 hv r letter frum Kellv. inillrarlnir
that Frank was in serious trouble and
needed I 00 at once
Court adjourned at & o'clock until :30 a.
m. Monday. The government exDects to
put on only three more witnesses, after
which tne nerense win nave us innings.
"Stoke a man as you do the furnace
and you'll . get the power; that's my
motto." John Wanton, Star Theater, Saturday.
3 wwsew swayyAwa.
Toppy, Natty, Snappy
s Suits and Overcoats
I For. Young Men!
EHTHT78XAST1CT Bare we are! If yon sold clothing and knew
clothing, TOWS be enthusiastic over "Sampeclr'B" 10 fall clotnea,
too. Voting men are greatly given to perusing fashion plates and
style charts, but they'll find "ampeox" stilt and overooats In PBaV
TECT VHISOV with those plates and chart. Snappy clothes don't
look snappy Is print and deft "Tailor teoohes" oannot be BEAD
either but a try on" tells the story.
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reeaeev for dlieim of tbe breeihtae ergaae taea
te eaae tlie raaMd iaio the etwoiaes I
tJraaeilena curaa beceeee (be air. readetW I
Itretifir aallMplto, le eaxrted oeer tbe diaeaeed f
eurtaoe wlia erery breata, striae pnluae4 je 1
V "iriant tieaii.el. u al liiTaiuaaie te saouiers
U .mall oblldien. f"
Fur trrUje4 throat f -a
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een4 Be la BoetaM l W ff.
BW aaaipU eotua. I
Ail rvA.&AA.ava W,
Ba poetal ful
lav fulloa Htreek
They're $18, $20, $22.50
and $25 each garment
seems to say: "I'm from
the 'Sampeck' shops and
indeed proud of it.'
And Such "Different"
Suits ui Overcoats
The salt styles Including, of ooarse Baasians, Morfolks aad jacket
nits. Bams old economy plan la tn foroe, too fl pairs of t re nacre
with each a-piece suit. A to overcoats see them boys' overcoats ware
VITII before brought to each a standard.
Will BTITi TOM BOTB. All the
winter's new Galatea are here novel
patterned aa well aa novel styled
waehable suits for boys of t
years. An esceptloaal Una,
at, par colt B3, aa.M ana.
tw Two rronrs
Wllt. j LB I K r Jt stall II If Vyjr :
Location 00-&V r ell HUIll OLf,
mat ft? Vl nia.M.t.kjl 11 n.Os.l.. aa
caSrn 1518-20 Farnam St
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