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THE Pf)K: OMAHA. TIintsnAY. MAY 5. 1M0.
Pretty Qxfords for
!s2? Pretty Women
Ideas In women's footwear
are always '.shown here
first: for Instance, we are
offering at this time stylos
such as will not bo shown
elsewhere for months to
come. The most particu
lar woman Is sure to find
something to . her liking
providing phe wants some
You are welcome
to look and try on
"DUMPS. pCLIPSE TIES fxXFORDS
J- $3.60, J 54.00 and
i !i l i m 1 1 . I m
the bill thai 4? to" pa the present eon
"Ar.v v. alrirrtsy Improvement wliirh I"
found wo: I li v-mid tint -president, "should
be pi I ihnrir.-li n econbm cally and quickly
an pn.-MI But a wa'.oiway bill ought not
to vinxtitnte a purk barrel or be paused
for the purpose nf n-ndins Homebody back
"Il should be de-'ntod to put tluv through
great er.ti rpi iHes, to making the water
way useful and effective in reducing rates
More Than Two Thousand Men Work
Eighty-Four Hours a Week in
Birr Steel Mill.
WASHINGTON'. May 4.-The report of
the Purrnu of lnbor on the conditions at
the flethlohfm Steel work of South Beth
lehem, which wan submitted to Hie senate
today, .ay thril 2,K2 men worked twelve
bourn a day for seven day a week, a large
percintago of f t.i-wj laborers earning only
i:1 cents an hour.
LARGE TREE STOLEN FROM
LANDER P0ST0FFICE GROUND
Timber So nlnnll- In Wyoming that
Thieves Steal (irovrth In
IXPKK. Wyo., Msy .-(Special. )-The
most daring as well an one of the most
successful thefts tver committed bore was
reported to the police yesterday by the
ctiHtodlan of tho federal building, who
claims that during the previous night some
uilidentlfid person dug up a large tree near
tit, building and, hauled it away. Not a
trues of the1 tree'-as fie'en discovered. The
matter has been reported to the Treasury
department at Washington and It Is ex
pected government sleuths w ill be sent
to Lander to unravel .the mystery.
CBME.VKE,. Wyo e May, 3.-Speclal.)-Word
was received at , the headquarters
of the Wyoming Wool Growers' associa
tion today that William Trompeter, the
Edgemont, 8. 1)., cattleman, charged with
the murder of William Gordon, a sheep
herder employed by Ross Lambert of Bdge
mont, who was slain on July 12, l-toti, had
been acquitted at Hot Springs, where the
trial has been In progress since April 18.
Hoy Trumpeter,' son of the cattlmnn, wns
charged Jointly with bin father with the
crime. The murder was the culmination
of range trouble of many years' standing,
several bands of sheep having been driven
from the hjflgcmont country by cuttlemeu,
Gordon was shot down. while herding his
sheep and the camp wagon and supplies
Kentucky Hunker Kill llluiaelf.
HEN PERSON. Ky . May 4 The body of
8. Keen, former president of the Hanker '
(u-'aoclsiion, was found In the river here
today. He had been missing since Sunday
ana la bct.rvtd to have committed auicidu.
He was 72 years old and for thirty yeura
was cashier of the Henderson National
Every mother shuuld -now that Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy la perfectly safe.
MOVEMENT QT 0O:A2C BTIAMSH'Wa,
, , Am-on.,
K A FLICS ,
You can come here and get something a lit
tle better for considerably less money than
Mr. and Mrs. Owen
in Kansas City
Mr. Bryan's Daughter and Her Hus
band Are Enroute to Island
KANSAS CITY, May 4.Llcutenant Regi
nald Owen and his bride, "who was Mrs.
Ituth Bryan-14-avltt, en route from Lincoln,
Neb., to Jamaica on their wedding trip,
spent last night In Kansas City. They plan,
It was stated this morning, to depart for
the south late today.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Owen reached Kan
sas City late last night and went -to the
Baltimore hotel. Lieutenant Owen regis
tered Illegibly and It was some time before
their presence was known.
"We are going to Jamaica, where I am
stationed," was all Lieutenant Owen would
say In response to Inquiries.
The clerk at the hotel this morning said
that the couple had left their room early
and that It was not known when they
would return. It was stated, however, that
they . Intended to remain In Kansas City
at least today, before resuming their trip
Hulk of Battleship
Maine to Be Raised
Senate Passes House Bill for Removal
of Wreck and Burial of Bodies
of Victims. '
WASHINGTON. May 4-After twelve
years the Ill-fated battleship Maine Is to be
removed from Havana harbor and the
bodjes which, went down with, the vessel
will be intered In the National cemetery
at Arlington. A bill providing for such re
moval and burial, which has been passed
by the house, was today passed by the
senate. '.-.-, i
' DEATH RECORD..
Mrs. A. V.. Bnrtl.
.Hl'RON, S. P.. May 4.-tSpeclal.!.-Mrs. A.
W. Bunt, wife of Judge Burtt, late presi
dent of the South Pakota Bar association
and chairman of the Stale Board of Re
gent, died at the home of her daughter in
Kalespel. Mont., a few days since. Judge
Burtt and wife were residents of this city
for a quarter of a century, and were
among the most favorably known people In
the state. They removed to Kalespel two
years ago,- to make their home with
George Fessenden and wife, Mrs. Fessen
den being their only daughter. The ohange
made with the hope that It would be
beneficial to Mrs. Burtt's health. News of
her death will cause much sorrow among
her large circle of friends.
'Cyroa Max ton.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. May 4 -Cyrui Saxton,
retired, who was prominent In Hie early
history of northwest Missouri. as a
freighter, died at his home near here today,
aged 76 years.
II. D. Coprland.
PES MOINES, la.. May 4.-H. D. Cope
land of Charlton, member of the republican
state committee from the Klghth Iowa dis
trict, riled lust night at his home In Charl
ton. He was a leading- banker In southern
Cbamberlaln'M Crugn Kemedy Is famous
for Its cures co:en. colds and croup.
With Our Clothes
Tennyson could take a
worthless piece of paper,
write a poem on it and make
it worth $30,000.
Rockefeller could write a
few words on a slip of paper
and make it worth sfc),000,0l)0.
The makers of our superior
clot lies take choice fabrics
and tailor you for 15, 18,
20, 22.50 and 25, the
handsomest suits your eyes
ever rested upon.
"Bryan Tries to
Rule All the
Senator from Saline Tells Bryan that
His Plan to Rule is Very
W. J. Bryan still continues to receive let
ters film different inenibeis of the legisla
ture of Nebraska which show where they
stand on the question of . a special session.1
F. W. Harms of Wilbur told Mr. Bryan'
that he was unwilling to be parly Ui a
t-Thetne of one man to Ingraft a policy on
the democratic party. He writes:
WILHKlt, Nrb.. May 3. lMrt.-Hon. W.
J. Bryan. Lincoln. Neb.; Dear Sir: Yours
of April L"J in regard to lmpending"olliica
pro.lieta Just received. In reply have this
to t-ay, that In all my past actions. I hove
only tried to be true to my Inward self
and for said actions to be responsible tb all
of the people of Saline county, who have
honored me with their confidence.
However. I am not In sympathy with a
project where one man desires to Ingraft
a policy on the democratic party, because
one democrat wants to put In force a
bobby which he Is desirous of riding. "I.t
the l'eople Hole" Is my motto, but it seems
plain to me that you desire to rule nil the
people. You have already declared for
county option without consulting the dem
ocratic party. This you have a right to
do. but 1 challenge your right to embar
rass the democratic voters with any more
of your hobbles.
You always were desirous of obtaining
the Bohemian and German votes and for
the most part have been successful and
you were proud of the fact (at leiust you
have so stated I, because of their liberal
views and their opposition to prohibition.
This wss carried to such an extent that In
1MW Fred Metz. the father of Metz brothers,
carried the leclorial vote to Washington,
P. C, that If you iccall was the only time
you carried the state lor president out
side of l!K. Why were you not for county
option then and two years ago?
Why such a change? Kveryone says that
the H o'clock cloning law Is wholesome and
most of them admit that It has been very
beneficial. It Is not fig- us democrats to
move at this time. The eople generally are
Mitlsfled with the record made by the last
legislature, especially so on the liquor ques
tion. Why this extra session of the legis
lature? Where.are these sudden changes of
conditions In the state to cause this un
called for expense? Do you believe that
the farmers elected to the last legislature
have time to discuss your political projets
when their fields demand their uttentlon?
Why thin appeal to both democrats and
republicans? Is it because you want to be
helped out of your embarrassment, or la It
because you want to make a state Instead
of a national figure out of yourself. As
far as our party declaring for county option
this fall. I personally know nothing about
It. hut believe that it will be a graft) mis
take. Have not heard of anyone claiming
that county option is fair, not even Its
promoters. All that ever could be claimed
for It Is that ultimately prohibition will
be accomplished. Why not submit that
proposition to the Intelligent voters of this
great state Instead of plaving on their con
fidence? Judging from the reports of the
prohibition party at Pis Moines, la., a
few days ago, they even don't want you
In their ranks. Initiative and referendum
was discussed and voted upon in the last
legislature and It Is only h few months
before the next will be In its regular ses
sion. In the meantime let the. people
speak. It will be their decision and not
your dictation that will control niy action
Cannot agree with you in the calling of
this extra session - and thus depleting the
people's treasury for the purpose of ad
vancing the democratic party's victory. If
the democratic party In the last session
failed to make good their promises to the
people they ought to be dealt with accord
ingly and even an extra session In my
Judgment could not saA-e them.
Assuring you that I am very sorry that
I cannot agree with you on the extra ses
sion. I beg to remain, sir. Yours very
truly, . F. W. BARTOS.
Foiled in Suicide
Unknown Man Tries to leap to Death
in River, but is Fulled Out
The first man known to have Jumped off
the Douglas street bridge ami lived is In
the police .station. This man, whose name
has not yet been learned, plunged headlong,
lust evening at K o'clock, with plain sluidal
intent, from the bridge near the toll house.
The drop to the water was about sixty
feet. The man was seen to Jump by J.
Cunningham, 816 South Twenty-second
street, and A. M. N. Ostrom, MO South
Thlrteehthi who' Immediately put out In a
skiff, captured the jnan, who was afloat,
ami pulled him to shore. An ambulance
then rushed him to the station.
The man Is thought to be a Pole. He Is
about 45 years of age and fairly .well
dressed. He was unconscious for a long
time, but his chances of recovery wore
deemed excellent late last night.
No money nor letters were found In his
pockets. His eyes wero Bllghtly bulging
when he was pulled from the water and
his left leg was bruised near the knes.
These conditions may have been caused by
the force of the fall on the rlveV's surface.
The manapproaohed the toll house, which
Is near the Nebraska side, from the oppo
Woman Ends Life
Mrs. George W. Clark Cuts Throat in
Bath Tub at Home in
I.OS ANGELES. Cal., May 4 (Special
Telegram.) Mrs. George W. Clark, form
erly of Humboldt, Neb., cuts her throat In
a bath tub at her home her. A favorite
niece found her. She had been worrying
over the fear of Insanity.. The family
has been prominent for many years and
i moved here five years ago.
MRS. JEFFRIES AT CAMP
Wife f'otcli to
OAKI.ANP, Cal., May 4. After having
spent the night here Jim Jeffries was up
briRiit and early this mornlrg and by ":I0
o'clock was on bis way to Ben I.omond
v. ith bis wife. Jeffries was greutlv pleased
at his wife's condition and raid that he had
nr. ftar of the tr'p doing h-.-r any harm.
Jeffries would sa mulling about the contest
HKN UiMONP, Cal., May 4. Jeffries re
turned to bis training camp at n on today,
bringing wnh him his wife. A wire was
received today from Frank tlotch stating
tbut the "wjestler would be here to help
Jeffries In his truinlng about May 10.
Fitxiternld Win Kaatlr.
NORTH PLATTE. Neb.. May 4. Jack
Fitzgeiald of t,t- SmimrocK. club of South
Omana knocked i.ul Cuddy Wliliums of
Kansas hue lust r.iulit in two rounds.
Jack connected with a fhort light hook In
a clinch and Williams took the count.
Mini City B-s llnrtiuoii.
I PF.NVF.lt. Colo.. May 4 - flat Ic Ui- r
Clin k" Hartmaii has be; n slid by Denver
, to the Moux Cli team of the V etif r:i
I !eai,ue. liartman l:ft with his now tfain
I mules for the cast List mglit. -
I ' neanerate oofln
'pairs iu the chest require quick trfatm.-n;
jvvlth Dr. King's New Discoverw Prf v'-nit
pneumonia. "iOc and $1.04. For a.ile by j
Uc-ton Drug , . , ' j
v no matter how big
You can't find a
store where the Owl
on sale where it isn't
1 When 30 years of compe-
tition find it still on hand
''' . L - L..
: tvciywuc-c mere a
ATt A T
s one answer u ual.1
"Wow made In two shapes.
The Pcrtecto yon know
The Corona Is new."
I . - - ' , s -. r t '
t - , J i-
ROTHENBERG & SCHLOSS,
South Dakota to
Site for Institution for Treatment of
Tuberculosis Patients Selected
-, a -Near-Duster.
MITCHELL, S.. l.,.. May, 4 (Special.)
The State Board' of Charities and Cor
rections spent the last week In the Black
Hills, country, and In Custer county etipe
citu'ly, viewing th Various, sites - which
have been offered for the location of the
sanitarium for tuberculosis patients. Tbe
members of the board were In the city to
day and gave out the first statement of
arriving at a decision on the site of the
state's building. The site selected by the
board is five miles south of Custer, where
a quarter section of land was purchased,
and It Is tho Intention of the board to
acquire at least 1,000 acres In the near
future, or as soon as more funds become
Some six sites were Inspected, but the
site purchased was the most available for
location and for all the purposes of the
sanitarium. Before" making the purchase
the board had to secure, some concessions
from the Burlington railroad that of a
sidetrack leading close to the land, which
will aid In getting material out there and'
save a long haul by team.. On the. land
there is a splendid spring of water, which
stands on a high elevation and which has
sufficient force to it that it can be piped
to all parts of the grounds, and can be
utilised to good purpose for the sani
tarium, doing away In large measure with
the expense of a pressure system either for
fire purposes or conducting to all parts
of the house. The board considered the
spring was worth thousands of dollars.
The land also contains valuable timber
which will be utilized in the structlon of
the building to some extent. It is the In-
R est breakfast, There is
enough in a 10 cent
package of the im
Flakes Toasted for 10
full meals-and the most
dainty, delicious, appe
tizing, sustaining break
fast you ever ate.
"The Taste Tells"
Tba Big Blua Package
yTITie bet -summera
a. ... r -. . m
M breakfast is the cheat- s
No matter v
small the town
irmr I 'w
i r .
:Wf""" -i .'
tcntion of the-board to bnild the entire
structure of South ' Pakota material. The
lumber has already been purchased at the
rate of $16 per thousand, all of which has
been grown In that section. The sandstone
will be quarried from tho quarries in the
hills country and will be easily transported
to the site, saving an Immense amount of
money In freight charges. This build
will -be he only state structure which will
be built entirely of South Pakota pr oducts.
This idea will be followed by the board
SIRS. SWORE BEGINS STORY
(Contlnueed on Kifih Page.)
had given liberally to all of his relatives
and wanted to dispose of a remaining
1500,000 to charily, but he could not make
up his mind how be wanted to divide It.
Tho .residency, ho said. Colonel Swope had
explained, would, under his will as It stood,
be equally divided among his ne phews and
nieces." . i
Colonel's Last llltiesa.
Of the last illness of Colonel Swope, Mrs.
"Whilo Pr. Hyde, Miss Keller and I were
at breakfast in the morning of October 3,
the doctor gave her a capsul , to ad
minister to Colonel Swope. They went out
and upon returning the nurse told me Mr.
Swopo had not taken tho medicine, but
"When Mr. Swope suffered his con
vulsion. Dr. Hyde said to me, 'It's Just
another case like Mr. Hunton's. Its only a
question of timo now.'
"1 was unnervtd due to the death of Mr.
Hunton and when Pr. Hyde, in whom, at
that time, 1 had absolute confidence, said
Colonel Swiipe's death wus near, I felt I
could not go into the room. Therefore It
was several hours before I went to his
Dr. VuiiKhn Kin Ultra Ntury.
Practically all of the meornlng session
of the Hyde trial was consumed In the
cross-examination of Pr. Victor C. Vaughn
by Attorney Frank P. Walsh. The defense
relinquished the witness a f.-w minutes be
fore noon. The state announced that It
would brlfly question the physician in the
afternoon and afterward call Mrs. Logan O.
Swopo Its last witness.
Mr. Walsh's Interrogations were con
fined solely to the Investigations made
upon the organs of Colonel Swope. New
features derived by the defense) were:
Strychnine would accumulate In one
organ of a body. All of the liver of Colonel
Swope has been destroyed since Dr. Hyde's
scientists applied' to Dr. Vaughn for part
of it. Only a small part of the t tryclirnne,
said to have been token from the livtr,
remains and none of the dru found has ever
been fully purified. The i.vir contained
only MO giams, whereas the normal liver1
contains about 1.4r0 or 1,500 grams.
i Fair and Warmer
Special Forecast Coverintr Next Sev
eral Days Temperature Will
WASHINGTON, May 4 The weather bur
eau tfjday Issued the following special fn -cast
Pur. ng the next several days fair weather
with rising temperature v il 1 prevail over
tin.- eastern portion of the Tint d Slates In
the central valley and lake region, and
;hnce to the U -ckies, tempera tin e will
rite rapidly. All area of sliowlt th-it will
set in over the Hocky iiioumaln ami plat- in
disir'cib Thursday will advene;- over the
plait. s states Friday and S-iturday, ihe c n
lii.l valleys and lake Snpiiduv ami S,in
cay. rlu'-':u ( lotbiou I n.
Annour.et some hi.'ui eiiiiiely new
men. Next Saiurduy a man can buy u
i box of six cillars for Site. Latest prevailing
styles. Uuatanletd foui-ply.
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Trolley W reel
Near Urbana, O.
Men Killed and Five Persons
Seriously Hurt in Collision
VHBANA, O., May 4. Two men were
killed, three other men ' and two women
seriously Injured and eleven received minor
hurt early today when a relgjit car going
south on the Ohio Electric railway collided
head-on with - a " passenger car coming
north from Springfield on a hill Just south
of tills city.
W. II. Ferguson of Springfield, conductOF
on the passenger car.
M. M. Jtoark, a passenger of Urbana.
The collision Is believed to have been
caused by the failure of brakes on the
freight car .o work properly. The crew of
this car declared that the car. going down
hill, became unmanageable.
DROUTH IN MARSHALLTOWN, IA.
All llnra Are Closed at Result of Pe
tltiojj Rpvoklng Saloon
M AHSHALLTOWN, la.. April 4.-(Spe-cial
Telegram.) This city la completely dry
today as result of petitions revoking saloon
consents which was filed late Tuesday af
ternoon. No bars opened this morning,
but the saloonlsts and attorneys are pre
paring to contest the petition.
For Nebraska Showers, rising temper
ature. For Iowa Cloudy and warmer.
iVm nets tine at Omaha yesterday:
v J - ,
Delightful to use.
Its antiseptic clean
ing tartar, giv
ing a whole
L, 25AU DrognicivSOQ gjZ:2
ST. LOUIS SHOE SHIPMENTS
ITiunbor Pairs Mads in Shoe raotorlas.V
The Hhne shl'iments from St IjouH
fur iIih wci-k eliding April '.'"Id wii
lil.tiin ensi Tliijrc v.vrti M, m pjirs
i, r. hue- irt-le In foit:-iiine fuctorie-i.
tlilriv-iwo 4i f tluixe being In St. l.iul'i
Mint seventeen liiili rlis in nearby tonnx.
Tbe report ia by tliu fchoe und beutuer
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TPHERE is a def-
in the Bourke vven-y-fve
them instant favorites
with men who know
and appreciate out-of-the
ordinary style, fit
fabric and general ap
pearance. You can upply the "Kye Test" to
this statement In our store. The
quicker you come and have a try
on. the sooner you tn fid. real
We would like to sell v mi vnur
ciotneg mis season. Prop In sn
taiK it over.
SprlDg Suits, $18.00 to $40. no
Raincoats, $18.00 to $30.00.
ItOl'KKK I'RKFKKRKI) that s
our $3.00 hat Is built to stand the
weather and give satisfaction. All
the new blocks and colors. Sec our
318 5. 15th St.
FREE CHI -OAMEL
We nre not asking a favor when
ws ssk you to witness the CHI.
HAUXX. DKMOHSTBATIOH in
our store all this week and next,
but extending ona. It will be your
opportunity to learn from the
manufacturer's expert many things
in regard to the treatment of In
terior wood work, furniture, etc.,
and the many waya In which the
Chl-namel Graining and Varnish
ing Process may be made to serve
Pon't fall to attend. It will be
worth many dollars to you.
MYERS-DILLO?! DRUG CO.
16TH and rAJ-HAM 8TB OMAHA
Millions Say So
When millions of people use for
years a medicine it proves its merit.
People who know CASCARETS'
value buy over a million boxes a
month. It's the biggest seller be
cause it is the best bowel and liver
medicine ever made. No matter
what you're using, fust try CAS:'
CARETS you 11 See. , bit
CASCARETS 10c a bos for a week's ;
treatment. aU drag-gists. Biggest feller
la Va world. Million boxes a month.
Best Place to Have Your
Teeih Cared For.
This Is a perplexing question, confront
the people every day. Reputation, if tha
Dentist has it, will covor a hundred
thoughts which you may have forgotten
to ask about. Dr. Bradbury, with his many
years of practice, will give you the very
best results. Crowns and B-idge work
from $6.00 up. Fillings $1 0t up. DON'T ,
FORGET Wfl BUPPLlf TEETH WITH-'
OUT PLATES. Nerves removed without
hurting you. Teeth extracted without
pain. Ordinary Plates from $4 to $12.60.
Hundreds of people hava been satisfied
here. Why not yout
DR. BRADBURY, THE DENTIST
1506 Farnam St, Thc-M, p. m
17 years rm loeatloa.
Two Great Essentials.
Cm! Q stilly and f hripsrw Both are com
tbe lenowned Silver Polish. Unequalled for
(.leaninr and foushrnc
fine metals and cut f lass.
By Us dm mac- lime I'tar
and expense are saved.
Absolutely harmless. In
household nse over 40
years. Refuse substitutes.
m.ll.4l nn ntclnt otrfdflreM.
Th Kl!trt Silicon r . SOCIIIt St.. Nw Vork.
Sold by Craeers and Braf Mt Cverywliere.v
Three nights and Sat. Matinee, May 0-S-T
HCS-T W. SAVAQE
Muslo by rrans Xitaar
SAMS BIO CAST
and GEO. OAMBREX.
wi.ht. aoo to sa.no
Matins -Me $I.5
BEATS HOW SEX.LIKO
'aad plenty of good seats stJU available;:
' v mi wies. closing Vriday riigm.
I ' "'r.a.t Extravaaanta of tb Baason
POLLIEd -I- N. Y. AND PARIS
i.ive buby souvenir; very patron gets '
nunibei-eil coupon tree; drawing Krl. nl.hi
X.adla' Dim Matlnas DaUy at 9:16.
Sat. AUt- "'X1 Mgl'l Class ot j91, litkoi
niaii bchool of Acting.
J AD V An VED VAUDETII.L.E
i MdtlBii Sry Day, CilS Evening, f.li. .
This Week Annabelle Whltford, Kl
doin's Venuu. Ous Kdwards' Kountry Kid.,
H itler and iJaa.ett, Kay, Two Colt ys .and
l-'ay. Pe U on, Watson and Cohan, th
i Kinodroine and the Orpheum Concert Or
chestra moss loo, aso and 60c
Last wk LTM1I H. BOW-PS Taslivsl
of TravaL All wk VsoaVs-af Sattirday
Wight. Matins aTUaiadr. SaMrday.
liunllng Tilp in Al.'-a: i-i!',fillirt. in
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in JerilBHlein; Kx-otland's (Ireai- Paper;
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