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Fir Nebraska Unset e1; coaler?
For Iotj Fair: cooler.
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OitAIIA, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 3. 13 11 -TEX PAGES.
SINGLE COt'V TWO CENTS.
HEAT IS TRTSG
ON THE .MES
Prwidaat Tail I IV f
He During last Tw
Eham Vy tie Sea. V
VIST IHZ3 ABX CC3TS-
Eat Weather Xatexf em wit Ltp1
tioa at WuhiBtoa.
07 CCTGZH3 S2C3X
Democrats Fix Date for Cottox Be
riiioa BUI to. Bsxa House.
ST ATI? SCHOOL 07 ECS7SIXII05
ef miMto tw
Bw s T
Bsdasjlasj Saaaelos letw
St-vtas; DnnlrX Ctotk aa
Set Fat-Ik tat Tariff BUI.
WAaHIXGTOIf. July a (Special Tele
irtm.KUu ouuir pounds have you
lost?" That la tba quean .on which has
superceded the Inquiry con earning the
reliable date of vota oa the reciprocity I
neary In Waahington. since the hot ware!
urtirlr it-m nut nnil rM f i i
It U r-oid Pt saant Tart we-ned jturt be-
fore he lift for Bwlr. aad the aoaiea
.howed him lea potmde lighter tha a be w
tw- wehs mo- The preatnent U aid to ,
have ee-UMiely nlder-d porp-ning hi j
: ,in m h a um- - wh-n ha naaitai A i
hi Imwnf waiat meaaAtreenest,
V'c. PreahAnt Sirmaa, Speaker Champ
laik. .enar Boe Penro. dlie Jame.
Pi-.ai- General Hlichoock and pracU -
. . . . ' .
ta!l- all of those tt. smen who in In -
' . . . .
elinvd to emhantKHnt are find a onmpan a-
tai for the work an.i tha fearfully hot
s -j-tu.'.ar Is slowly eontrai-Urg waist llnea.
Men Hint Senator Root. Lwi Follette and
Cammna. representaUras Bartlett. Hard- j pToc against htm for seduction, the
wick and "Unler. who are built more on , klnm of (imj had begua action for
the Unea of tha ' hin and hungry Ca-" Bp,ch of contract on the ground of over
iu.V h.va nM t.t element of oamptma-1 miLfed leave, and the German Stage as-"'n-
j aoriatloa has officially blacklisted him as
awraorw Hew raat Haas. ja eonsract breaker. .
i jia avmntr at mar up uunrr in npai
better than t.e republican most of the J
Jmiuw m m R'mtnar f1 tiri tfom win t ! anif ha.
Ing arcl irattd t U s heat aa It were.
fait, the Uuuse L muciaii ara actuai :
rlin n us IhixiEti they were thoroughly;
eoster ted to tmy on through rh whole j
wmtner fw ti a r,o. when t-y bring ,
In their revision of the eottoa schrdula tot
the tmuie. they Intend to start a achont of
lostrurt i n for the tereflt o" repubil: ana i
and democrats alike.
Revrewntat'.ve Rair.ey of riumra will be
one of the teachers. Mr- Batney propoea
ta bring eatton aaniplea paatid oa card
knard w.tk the offic al dreeription of the
doth as tet forth in the tartt k U. taidt
caiid bektw it.
la addition the Information wttl contaitt
the rates ef duty imp oar t upon this etota
endor the TMnsiey and Parne lawL aad
usr hn-orpVrt democratic revialnna.
This method of Uluatratioa wss pracUced
by the repnbilcane in tha senate In the 1MB
tariff debate. Mr. Bainey may have some
extra samples with him for general dla
tributton among the members In order that
they may follow hia arguments.
As to the teilswd cortoa schedule itself,
the democrats aow have experts m the
treasury at work estimating ths amount of
revnue certain proposed rales of duty will
produce. They have finished the actual
btll except for the tnsertlon of these rates.
If the present plans of the democratic
leaders are carried out. the cotton reviaton
bill will not reach the bouse until the sec
ond weh in July. If the mil la completes
In time it may be passible to bold a party
caucua oa It tha latter part of the first
wee In July.
In all probability it will take about tea
days' Urns to pass the biU through tha
bouse. Meanwhile the democrats will busy
themselves with tba sugar aad steel sched
ules, with the Intention of bringing thorn
before the house later If the senate persists
tat its pi asiiut rata of leglslatlva limgieaa.
One effect of tha beat was to make ths
senate establish a nsw record for brevity
Saturday, when it held a ssuston laatinc
sxat-tly three minutes and then adjourned
until Wednesday, secretary Bennett called
tne senate te order at nooa In tha absence
af Vice Prt-stdent ohennaa, there being aa
jn-ssldrnt pre tern of the senate at this
Uma. There was a brief prayer by the
chaplain, a few brief anaouncamsats -"1
then a motion to adjourn was marls by
Keaator Smoot and carried.
senators wha were three minutes hue hi
reacatag tha chamber missed tha
VrVTA. CITY. L July 1. - Special. W!ta
a frectarnd skull, due to a blow dealt by a
falling timber at a neighbor's "bars rais
ing. Juna 3rnnan may die aa his farm,
west of laws City. Hs haa bean a early aa
aonadous sines the mishap aad the at
tendant Burgeons are ta doubt aa to the
For Wtira-ka,-Overcast, with moderate
U mperat ura
Fur luwa Caaettled and oaular.
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Twsierature sad predpnaiiaa uepartures
y-armmi tii .rarura TS
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Total exeeaa a nee- Marea 1
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King of Saxony Sues
His Court Singer for
Breaking a Contract
Eerr Btjrriaa Unable to Sing Well
While Hub-ad of Els Secretary
Eaagi About with a Gua.
BSHI f. July 1 Sc-iaI Cablegram.)
Aa angry kin. a paisecute 4 opera stager
mad a maligned vvmu am 1 stary. figure Im
aa extraert linary theatrical ease now on
trial la da n avtncini court at Prague,
Tba pi uooi utur la the klnc of Saxony,
who roes hla ctrart singer . Herr Carl
Bui i tan. tba popular tenor. well known la
Amartea, for breach of contract. H T
Burr lan s defense Is Rias tha king baa no
standmg nt the matter, and that he
was prevented from returning to Dresden
by urgent per ami al rwini. The de-t-Bda
t states ha .w aa engaged to stag at
the Royal Opera. Dresden, forty times a
7er for ROD.
la Aiig"ast. Dfs). needing a housekerper
and aw i alary. Herr Burrlaa engaged a
worn aa named Dlngea. who told him ahe
waa divorcing her husband, hut that pend
ing the hearing; of tha esse she waa
entitled to live apart from him. Then her
huaband appeared on the arena and took
to ahadowina; the tenor with a feoler.
announcing hla Intention ef riddling him
with bulleta at the first opportunity,
Herr Burrian went ta CU aa engagement
- n tha fnitad fttalea. WHn ha rptirnwl
ha found tha huaband rUll there and wlUaj
Biny tne revolver, wnenerer uerr Human
un. the man waa In the audience aad the j
tenor could only sing under pollre pro-j
tert-nn, with the moat dlnturolng resulta
" bis -oral corda and general health. The I
cuvr7rr" c" un lam w",u"" "
waa rejected, but the huaban-peU-
t m nurao ...
'. "-o-r-tmndent. waa S""
The tenor, who waa la America, decided
!, . ... . . .
it was Impossible to return to Dresden, but
, the manager of the Boyal theater refused
t Returning to Europe, the luckless tenor
' frtunrt the husband had started criminal
tilOCOiate LanQV aUCl
Oranges End Mutiny
Officials of California Eeformatory
far Gir'a Innw Ea W ta Brinff
WHll'TlER. CaL. July
gram.) Chocolate candy and oranges
1 played aa Important part In ending trday j
, the mutiny wnicrt broke out in the state I
reformatory tor girls hers yeetrrr'ay. Ten I
pounds, af CBocoete candy and a cartlrad i
of eraagae eausvt the ssrantr-etx gtt la j
who esmposed "nufljry ta suiTendar I
their arm.. fuDia a .belUoa wh ek left j
rwin m iiniiai KJmun mwaaaar a- I mm
wrtrRP If ti-e "waderr of j
the mutiny ara ha tha cw ire )all hare. t
Tha slrl reheia aluim the Hotlas ami !
mutiny was due to peorty sacked frod aad
) Inhuman treatment ca the part of tba man
Officials of the reformatory, however, say
the trouble waa started br a recent arrival
at the institution, who. when she at
tempted to escape, waa lock ad up. Much
furniture and many windows ef the tnwtl-tut-on
were smaahed by the. riotous g.ria.
OMAHA IMPORTS GROWING
Keeeapta as Faefesaa Haaas few Hmr
Stse-e Bl laeiwaee O-wr sasaa
Seat Las Tear.
WASHTJfGTOW. D. C, July t f Special.)
The Bureau of Statistics haa Just Issued
a report on Imports of dam antic and foreign
merchandise for May, and eleven months
ending with May from which tha follow
ing figures are taken: "
Xnrth and South Dakota. ts. rU3t
Sandusky. O. ..... J.y 41.37?
Atlanta, Qe t.&m
vThauaaonga. Tann ......... X.917
Council Blutta. Ia. H
Kansas City. Mo IDS.8T3
Knoxvtna. Tenn... av
Lincoln. Hr.b . ........... Tt.ttl
Louisville, Ky .. a "73
Memphis. Tatin . . . 17.11
Nashville. Tean 1A73S
Onmhn. Xeb . ZM51
St. Joseph. Mo U.SC
Eleven months ending May.
!lorth and South Dakota. SI.2C.7ni a,H3.!
Sandusky. O ai.tljfl .TS
Atlanta. Ga- lui 4 2e).3w
Chattanooga. Tenn i Tat
Cuurnal Bluffa. I a 2.12s
Kansas Oty. Mo . "LsuSmC
KmixTiila Tenn 7.TOS
Lincoln. Xeb W Z
Louisvllla, K J . . 51.33
Memphis. Tnn WLJal
Nasnvtile. Tenn . TZ
Omaha. Xeb V .1
St. Juseph, Mil . . 177.32
Fall ea geafrald Fatal.
3SOXTICELLO. Ia. July i-(9peclal.)
Two killed and two badly Injured la what
It baa east in lives and broken bones to
partly build a larre barn on ths Peter Kirk
farm. Fallowing the tragic death of the
carpenter who was killed earlier in ths
week, a scaffolding fell terry feet late yes
terday with three workmen. John Feather
stone, aged 7T years, waa killed and John
Kinney and Will Golden, hia fallow work
men, were badly Injured.
Shipwrecked Passengers Say
Officers and Men Lose Heads
SEATTLE. Wash.. July l-Brdragg!ad
suit I vets of the Pacific Coast Steamship
company's steel excurslan steamer dpoaana
which waa wrecked in Seymour narrowa
British Columbia, late Thursday alght. ar-
rivad ea the steamship Admiral Sampsoa
. . .....
1 iouy matt mrrt onij . unn bviu a nxaaa
I aknaatlonal charges were made regard-
lag the handling of the wrack and a com
mittee was appoiaied ta confer with O. W.
agent of ths Pacific
Steamship onmpany. Tha esmmlrtao eoa-
. " Daalei Ml Lard of Calcaga, F B.
Ltnosley of &sw Tors. Judge K. F. Harria
ef GaJvaston. Tex... aad David H- Pans ef
Henry W. Farnanx, proff ssor of 11 naiiiulis
at Tale, waa ehoaen preatdent of the matu
I saw two sailers try to Ukum k a ufe
buat and leave It banging from eaa davtt."
said C K. Pearsail ef Eureka, CaL "Aa
VETO BI1L AGAIN
Unionist Leaders Have Decided
Definitely to Call on Xing to
131 tJ TO FOBCX A DDL0CI
Will Insist Upon Aaiendaieati Sure to
EISPC33TSILITT FOB PBX3HE2.
Asquita Xast Sao ' Eaad on fcnpor
7LA3 07 ACTIOI ALBZADT KA2E
t Hesse Bale
Kaieaniae Pear Kleetlsav.
LCXDOW. July l Ppeetal Cablpgra . j
Tha anioalat leadera hara decided to t eat
the lorda' eto bill to the death and to .
compel tha government to appoint eoouKtl
new peen to pam it if they have the re. Te j
aad the power. Th. conduslca haa been
reached at eonfetnoea between the !ealer
of tha utrti nlta '.a the kirla and ormmona.
Th' nalr decided to force a deadlock on
rhn trill and rt'l thin nhl'ara the rrTTeiB-
ment to resiirt to a creation of peers. The
report of the vrceedlngs at the uaicniktj
conference that has been Issued sarar '
tl haa been decided to press oa the gov-1
eminent In the House if eLxds, with the
foliest power of the majority, amendmerts
to tha parliament bill excluding from the
operation of that message pr-ipt'sala in
volving constitutional change. On the cer
tain re'ectl. n of these ame'idmentx by
ministerialists hi the House of Commons
they will. It Is now understood, be In
sisted oa by unionist peers.
"A complete deadlock between the two
nouses Is thus tn clear proepect, and the
responsibility of dealing with a situation
of the utmost gravity will be thrown upon
tha government. Whether a prorogation of
Parliament and a new session, with the
retntroduction ef the Parliament bill, would
be necessary or not. Mr. Asqtiith must
then, it ia assumed, disclose the pnwttlon
of the government as to the creation of
new pi.ua. This eventually has. of course,
been fully considered br the unionist lead
ers and it la their deliberate opinion that I A C3.0W fire completely destroyed the
the Parliament bill, regarded aa the means J buJ""'" section ef Dundee at Fiftieth and
for the parang of a home rale mil. ahouid j Underwood avenue Sunday morning, ex
be resisted m this manner and to thi' eeptlng ne drug- store, and seriously
point. 1 threatned a ranvbei-ef nearby residences.
Caateefe PtesT . I
That tha cabinet haa not decided upon
jits plan ofartkm appears undoubted.
whether It sheet (ta hand aa aeon aa the
most ardent liberals predict la questionable.
It la possible the cohinet will give the lords
time to send the bill to the house and then
reject the antewdmentii ea bine by ana vote.
puma and perh.p. glv. the
H. of Commons an opportunity to vot. j
rar HW au St -US aao&ASJ WIS SJng W3
hia prenigailve to'create liberal peers.
rmn eonaerratlva aonmM enaiM a Alf-
f - nt .k- ki.. i
'Globe claims the highest authority for aay-
bur that tha government will ask the king
to dissolve Parliament. The conservative
whip. Arthur ateei-Maltiand. also said that
the government proposed to have another
election In which the home rule question
The Spectator, the organ of the most ex
treme conservatives, pleading with ths
lords to accept the bill, says the conserva
tive members of the House of Commons
privately admit that the liberals would gain
an increased majority If another election
was held and that home rule therefore
would be certain.
NOW -MISS RUTHERFORD IS
TO MARRY 0GDEN L MILLS
ef Jaw York,
Bla pea tad EaataaTad Before, Haa
laatkf a fries ta Her Saw.
SEW TOBJC. July 1 Special Tele
gram.) According to dispatches from
1 Parla the engagement Is announced of
Miss Margaret Rutherford, one of the
i daughters ef Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt. sr..
of this city, tn Ogden L. Ml Us. aiao of this
; city. Ths marriage ia expected to take
place tn Paris in ths fail.
Within ths last two years Mlaa Ruther
ford has been reported engaged to Prince
Francia Joseph of Bragansa. whose father
renuuncad hla claim to the Porguese
throne, aad to Ksrmit Bnoarvelt.
THREE EAGLES PUT TO FLIGHT
la a Bksxtla a Law Craw ta Tpshsisr
Defease tha Say-Ceiled Saaarrka
, af taa Air.
SPOKAJtK, Wash.. July Special Tele
gram. Three bead eagiea housed In the 1
aviary at Manltou park In Spokaaa, were
put to flight by a crow tn a pitched battle
a few days ago. Tha crow made the at
tack by ripping tha shingles from the
roof of ths house where the eagles were.
The eagles showed fight, but were routed
by ths smaller bird pecking their heads.
Attendants at the bird huuse say that but I woke nearly every one In the peaceful vll
for their interference' there might have. lags and people came from all directions in
been one or more jobs for the taxidermist. ! every sort of undress. W amen stood about
Ths crow escaped without losing a feather, 1 in curl pajvera and kimonaa and men in
while the aa-cailed -monarcna of the air"
will be kept busy for some time in getting
their plumage In shape.
far as I was able ta ascertain there were
no seamen ta help tha women paaotrigaia
into the boat. The male passengers did
ths work of lass iiing ths women."
Otto Irving Wise, international president
ef B'nai B' Rlth. offered a reaolutioa eom
mendlnaT the management ef the Spalkaae
by Captain J- E. GuprtL
-I eniered a protest." said W. M. Butler
of Si- Leuia. "Ths eo-'-t of the crew
after the smash was inexcusable and the
officers were responsible fur the
Me. Wise thea withiirvw his auUua
Mlaa Georgians Dow af Slew York said:
"There were two life preservers in our
cabin, but there were aa members of the
crew to tea us what to do. A number uf
omen were thrown lata a llfeaoat with no
ana to raw it to snore. Several stokers
lumped tram the aaca into the boat and
caps' sed it. It waa with difficulty that we
were pulled 11 heard aoother hJCeooac"
Fmiu Oie Philadelphia Reeord.
DUNDEE STORES ARE BURNED
Besii-nce Snbnrt Eas $23,000 Fire
BUILDIIG3 0WIEEJ BT J. E. EABTZ
Drajg Mm aad !arby
Saed by Rmns
Depai laail O-at la Tin
Ptw eat Spreaallaa.
Tns stores of The viriaxe. consisting of
a grocery and meeg market, a bakery, a
plumber's ahon, a herher shop and a ahoe
repairing shop were all In a two-etnry
dnuble brick and a one-story frame build
ing, both the pronerty of John A. Hart a.
eontrai-tor. The drug store, the property
ef George G. Galnter. was directly acmes
tha IWJ'liai ml I ill tn tlMai mm nf t nM
nd m Hvwt Br . Khmrai upllnltlon of
chnmi( ..wr. Tb.ldenc. of
lars. - J. -A.-' -Johnnon. "m !ort!r TTtletfi f-
? street Ivinx direct !v in tha nath of the
fiames that railed high, acrnas the street.
most endangered, but the work of
friends kept the roof snd sides wet snd
prevented the Are from catching: The
Intense heat burned the telephone pnlee
and the grass on the lawn.
Detailed Leasee ta nwaera.
The losses ar estimated aa follows:
John H- Harte. building. CV with
about C:.i insurance.
J. P. Eski'daon and C. R. Maxwell,
grocery and meat market, known as the j
Dundee Grocery company, about COW. with
little insurance, I
Irvtn Hadlock. barber shop, about Stfe.
not covered by insurance.
C. B- EKKida. plumber shop, about C.toa,
Sam Ferrantn. shot repaar shop. JtMO.
J. Beck, bakery, about C.(w. Including
nearly (Lflw ta a fresh consignment of
sugar and flour, not covered.
Total loss. d. T. about two-thirds cov
ered by Insurance.
The origin of the fire has not been dis
covered, but it ia generally believed to
have started In the Beck bakery. By l:3t
a crowd of nearly I.'.K people had collected
around the roaring biaxe and although
nothing could be done to save the stores
the one hose cart of the village was
brought out and used to save the Johnson
hums and nearby residences. The Omana
fire department would not respond at the
first request and not until the business
block waa beginning to fail in was there
any real work dune on It. By that time
the barns in tha rear near houses on Cali
fornia street, also ths property of John
H. Harte. were beginning to go and the
firemen soaked them and Vhe Guinter drug
J- P. Eskildaon and hia partner. C. R.
ji ax weii, wno uve within a block were
1 among tha first to reach the plana and '
immediately carried out their store of gaao- ;
una ana 011 which were already near the
Cames. Ths safe also waa emptied but
nothing of the stuck could be reached.
Srraauga- Crowd ed SeiewtaUore.
The crowd which witnessed the fire was
an amazing turn out. The heat and noise
bare arms and slippered feet. At daylight
a number of people cams out from West
Omaha in automobiles to see tht last of the
Mrs. eGorge Guimar who Uved above the
drug store, owned by her husband, became
hysterical and bad to be treated by Dr.
W. S. Gibba She was better during the
day. Xj one else was injured or hurt.
It is expected that the stores will be re
but:!, Mr. Harte has nut yet decided what
he will do. but the lawa of the village
forbid the erection of business buildings ex
cept on Underwood avenue, and it la likely
that business will be resumed there aa soon
'as toe ruins eaa be cleared away.
UNDERTAKER KILLS HIMSELF
. .ieisee ef Has Sarraap
Jmmm iarlsg Lite la
HOT SPRINGS, a. D-. July J. Special
Teiegram. Leaving a note to hia son say -
ing Ufa was a tares, Junes W. Joyce, a
.ending undertaker of tnla cuy. took his
Ufa yesterday morning by Mending a nfis
bullet through hia heart. The tragedy or-
cumd in his "deo." one of toe living
apartments over hu store. Xuthing of the
ahuuting was known to his family until
thy sent to call bun f ir breakfast. Joyce
waa aoout -m jemrm ox age, was well
known busines and prominent lodge man.
and enjoyed a lucrative bueuiesa His un-
accountable actios ran sod a
Sanity vs. Gunpowder
King and Queen
Will Go to Ireland
anrt I hRTi on I onr i
Wales Will Be Visited, Then a Trip j
to Scotland, Betomins; to London
Late in July.
LON130N'. July t perial Cahlern.)
The king and queen returned to Windsor
today, th'ia dosing the coronation program.
Their maj ntlea and the court will begin
next week, preparing for the Irish urogresa i
Thsy will learn for Ireland Friday next. !
and will not return tn London again until ,
July a. in the meantime visiting tTaiea j
for the Investure of the prtnee of Wales. ,
and then making a visit to Scotland. The 1
muster of the Irish nobility a large nam- 1
ber of whom cannot be aaid to be very con-
vindngjy Irish-arUI be considerable In :
Dublin during the royal visit. Lord Iveagh '
has a large party of guests for Use oc.
caaion. his man won In St- Stephen's Green, j
and Farmleigh. on.y a few miles distant ;
on tha outskirts ef PlaneniX Park, being .
"aiway. available for orcaicn.
Lor Trea-hw-e-tertahA(Ir rwyalTy; at j
both his restdencea and- the duke and i
duchess of Connaught occupied Farmieigh
for a season, before the duke, on hia ser
vice in Ireland, took up his reaidenes at
the royal capital. Kii main ham.
Lord and Lady Ardllaun will be at St.
Anna. CJontarf. quite dose to Dublin,
where myaity also has been entertained,
and will have visitors. Amongst those going
to DubMn for the week will be Lords and
Ladles Londonderry. Lei trim. Longford.
Dunsany. Clanwilllam. Donoughmore. Dar-
trey. FtngaU. Pembroke. FltxwUliam. and
many others sufficient to make a lordly j
"court" at Dublin castle, whither the peer-
age haa of late years very little repaired,
Wild Cattle Roam
Among the Mountains;'
Eumes, a Guide,. Finds a Eerd of Sev
eral Eaadred on lTusewallips
SEATTLE. Wash.. July 1 (Special Tele
gram.) Although the state of Washington
has Its "no trespass" sign tacked on the
herds of elk in the Olympic mountains, and
the open sea son for deer lasts but three
months each year, guidea are returning
from the wild regions wfth larger game
wild caule. unprotected- by law.
Grant W. Humes has just bDsught In
ths shaggy hide of a wild bull he killed
near the headwaters of tha Dusewslllps
river. Humes, who haa lived tn ths Olym
pics for fifteen years, saya a herd of sev
eral hundred wild cattle are at large near
tha source of the Dusewalllpe. He aers
other herds teed on the thousands of acres
of wild hay In ths plateau reglona In
dian legends aay tha stock was brought to
this country by a colony which landed from
a Bailing vessel In the early '4as.
SCHUMANN-HEINK'S SON WEDS
Ma at flea Xarrara fitrt WTka ta Aeeasa.
seals aa Osa ad Hla
CHICAGO, July t Haas Sen urn an n
Helnk. son of ths noted grand opera
singer, Mme. Schumann-Heink. waa mar
ried here today to Mlaa Zeida Llna Marker
of Evan anil le. lad., a pianist. Ths romance
,.t mnalHnna hwajl ill FvaASVilla mOIS
thaQ yw MO the bride has since
been an accompanist for Mr. Schumann-
: Helnlc on OB. of hu tours. The bride la
years old. and her husband gave hia age
as 2 years.
Sister Finds that
Was Notorious Hotel Thief;
CHICAGO, July t 1 Special Telegram.)
Ths remarkable case of James St- Louis,
who led a Jekytl-Hyde existence, was
brought to light tn a dramatic aeries of in
(tulents today when his body waa Identified
in aa undertaking establishment In Wabaaa
avenue, first, as that of a nutorlus hotel
! thief, known to the police of a score of
jciiiaa, and then by a a later, as that at her
brother, well connected, and a property
j owner of soma extent.
A photo of ths lead man. which was
j minted in ths CTnicago papers, resulted in
: hta Ulentlflcatiua bv hie reiaiivea.
j In keeping with the life hs led. tha death
!af James St- Luuia waa mysterious. He was
I the victim of a strange murder.
j The polios were called to Peek piaes and
j South State street, where they found a man
J bleeding from a crushed head. He waa
J u-a to as. Luke a aisnJial. where he died,
MRS. REES SHOULDERS BLAME
, Eigi Priestess Of Absolute Life Cult
I SEE BEUETED 07 B2SP03SrBIirrT
Defease riaiaaa rmmHea la Bawalt
a a Ceaaair aey Berwrea Pallee
sad tba H waaapare af .
fa lea aw.
CHICAGO. July t imperial Teiegram.V-1
Mrs. Felicia Raea. mother of aTona Reea,
high priestesa ef the absolute life cult. to.
day cast a mantle of purity about the
shoulders of EvHyn Arthur See and testi-
flrd that she Is the author of "The Book
of Truth. " the wnpubllrhed bible of the
Without a blush Mrs. Bees read several
es from the manuscript and
traced their origin tn the Bible.
Mrs. Rees waa railed upon to prove that
fVe did not write the doctrines which are
ailaged to have lured Mildred' Bridges aad
Wnca Rum ta tha rnnohat-a 1am U,nwlm "
at.aea annvtanLlr. taa two. aav-
changing knowing- glances as she told "he
goe deaied having read any portion of the
manuscript either to Mona or Mildred.
So far in the trial ail witnesses have de
nied teaching either of the girls tha doe
trine of anaoluta life.
Charge af raasplrary.
The defense In the See case insists that
It ta prepared to show a police conspiracy
tn which certain newspapers are the pro
moting influence. The argument of the at-
; tarT"'T for the defense probably will be one
of h "" unique listened to for many
A-y- " n Intends to urge that Evelyn
i Arthur 8ee ta a aacnnce to the daman da
of a Chicago publication, that its prestige
be upheld, and that Captain Danner of the
Sheffield avenue police station never ae-
! cured a confession from See, Mildred
Bridges or Hons Reea.
In support of this theory, the defense
j propose to put many women on ths stand
who will, it Is said, testify that they eon
suited See about religious matters, that
they were advtoed by him in such matters
and that they were never approached with
v of ,h. nnrinaa which u, 1
of having spread broadcast among hla wo
Forty Offers af XerriaaTe.
If Mana Reea. the "perfect woman" of
Evelyn . Arthur See's absolute life "love
jungle." and her associate. Mildred Bridgea,
"mother of the race.' desire to retire
from tha limelight of a "spirit truth"
career for ordinary housewifery, they have
all the chances in ths world.
Mona Baas la declared to have had forty
offers of marriage within a week from men
of means ta many instances, aad tha ad
dresses ef ths aspiring swains cover tha
country from Mains to California hi a thin,
but ardent, love vein.
Mildred Bridges baa not retell1 ed So many
letters, but one of them la declared to have
been written by a man named Colquofton.
,the poet laureate of the Sierras.' accord
ing to description. It is so Cried with fervid
love passages that Mildred doesn't care if
aha never receives another so long as aha
lives, at least from a western poet.
MAN KILLS WIFE AND SELF'"1''""- m uai! Omaha, numy of whom
Ida Srewe Maaw After ttssiraL Skeata
Weaaaa aad Child. Thea
lua. liROVE, la. July 5. Charles Wesi-
tan 01 1 nis piaoe. aner a quarrel with his
wife tonight, shot and killed ths woman, I
fired at their Vyear-old adopted daughter
man wea eeu a emiet mrougn nis Drain.
One suspect was arrested In connection with
th case. Hs rave the name of John Powar.
is being held at tna Hameoa street
The body waa taken to Rolstna ued-r.
taking establishment. Ths first clue to the
mas s Identity was tna photograph of him
seif. found la a socket. Than ths cans was
brought to the attention of the bureau of
Detectives bad just finished Informing the
uisdrrtasers of the Identity of the man
' when two women anta-ai nA .-t..- .
i the body of the- mu . n v
i riihll.ki -r. .. . ..
undertaking rooms where one of the women
gusped: "Ira brother Jim."
The avatar never suspected ber brother
1 to be a criminal. Their father saa a prfje-
j pereue hotel proprietor In Xew Tors, and
j at hia death, the sua in her! Lad the bulk .f
X0 RELIEF FROM
Citj Swelt-j-j x;- tie itterenry Best
ia? at 131 for Iiret
XAST AB 0TZBCCX3 BT E1AT
Police Are Busy Kiahn-r ia tie
IiaUOa EZLP3 OUT CU) SQL
Weather 3Caa Sees So Prospect of a
Guars at Present
E3M STATE 13 SWELXimd
Prmlml at Harvard Dl
Psi ta the state kes
lb- Mrrear-r H laser
Tha ut Oaaka.
No rellaf frm tha Intense hrat vtilrh Haa
I bung ov.r the citv for tha laet four dsva
j in flcht. acrnrdlng vs reports trtm tie
jweiither bureau Inst night. Tha w-ather
j v-nterday was xtrmei- sultn-. and the
.piftemans would hare taken oath that the
mercury soared hisher than any other day
(this vir. hiT in reality the maximum tr
the d-v waa but ni. whli'h held away nvr
the city frr.m until after i o'clock in
J The aim beat down from early mttmmic.
j At 5 o-cloi-k the mercury In the tube regis
tered m. which was ths minimum for tha
div Al 7 nVlb I. m, . .
hour It Jumiwt fvt. degrees. From that
time on it gradually crawled up until at
" 101 waa reached and the temperature
remained i4innry for ever two hours.
.Laat year, for the corresponding day. the
mercury reached ninety -thr-e degrees anl
in 3w it was ninety-four. Three years ago
(, v-iuin jjij - was regrstcrev
; tbr many years. It being but sixty-two de-
frees aiiova gar. ,t ,he hottest hour of
j Thirst empoHuma and public parka ware
(the main attraction yesterday and from
,earv morning until late at Bight the tree.
rion company waa kept busy hauling pas
enger to and from the parka It was re
Ported that Rivet-view park held the larg
est rrowd of tha year yeaterday and extra
CMr wr put Into service to handle the
immense crowd. Court!a?id beach was tha
big aoisa and the- bathers flocked to ths
i cool water tn drovea Bathing suits were
at a premium and an afternoon every bath-
; ing suit waa In use. Mam wa aiao had Its
CI aba Are Poaelar.
The various clubs in ths city wars
crowded from early morn until lata at
night with city folks looking for a owl
japot. Some of the more daring and hardy
nidlvtduais flirted with prostration by plsy
Ing golf and bass bslt The Field dub la
the early hours of the aftrrnocm bad tha
appearance of a pleasure resort, as tha b.ar
nlub bouse was crowded with both mew
end worsen. sekiirg lis shade. -
Missels. Sfaa Oveesassaa.' '""
James Wilkinson, a plumber front Lin
coln, residing in Omaha at & South Seven,
teenth avenue, was overcome by the beat
at Thirteenth and Douglas streets yester
day morning and for a Uma it was thought
ha was about to dia.
Wilkinson was carried into the drug store
at tha Mil'ard hotel, where rwstoraUvea
were applied, pending tha arrival of the
police ambulance with Dr. Peppera. tha
eurgeon. After treatment at tha station
I Wilkinson was sufficiently recovered ta go
ta his boarding house.
Before leaving the station Wilkinson told
Dr. Peppera that tha heat did not have
all to do with hla condition aa hia nervous
system waa broken down over domestic
troubles which caused bins to leave Lincoln.
Lie saw . Hales mmmm .
Council Bluffs and the hot weather was
blamed by tha Omaha police yesterday for
the unusual number of drunken men found
' lyU n """ lM st JfT Bight
! m? Pce assert that heat
' UJ llUor to hmr oDinatlon to beat
' " non of the year.
For tha twenty-four hours ending at t
a clock last night no leas than thirty men
had been found lying en the streets over
come by something. Several of thoaa were
1 sent to their homes, but almost a score
j found a place tn recuperate in the police
j caiaboosa, where the atmosphere waa so
' sultry that tha sweat bug bad to be
I Ordinarily in this brand ef weather saber
1 folks have a tough time coaxing slumber
! on a front lawa or a bad of down, but
1 the way some of tha derelicts snooaed oa
the streets Sunday waa a revelation to ail.
who have a kick, against taa hut weather.
Ss Inajaes te Be BTetd.
Coroner Crosby yesterday decided not to
1 bold an Inquest into tha death of Henry
Gus Heyduschaa, tha restaurant employe,
who was overcome by the heat while work
ing in ths restaurant at SO Suuta Six
teenth street, late Saturday evening. The
man waa taken to his rooms, US Williams
streets, by sums friends after bis condl-
! tinn was known to be seiioua He died
soon after. Heyduschka has a number uf
- are members of an Austaaa patriotic aad
fraternal society to which be belonged.
I They will make arrangements for tha fun
r lean all at Harvard.
HARVARD. Xeb.. July 1 Special. W
Overcome by the beat. John T. Fleming
was compelled to leave his office and gi
w hll home, where he dl at 4 , clocg
I i.w tl, hM,.,.. . -w.n --.
Mr. Fleming, came to Harvard la June.
172, tailing a homestead two miles south,
where ha resided nil after making proof,
when be removed to Harvard, where ha
had during this time been la business as
druggist and dentist, and haa continued
the denuaiery practice ever a nee. aaaoci-
aring with it and other business at various
j times, among which hs has been atts
I c"r -v1 whU: Clc
i " Um of but UUB-
1 na waa a vei 7 uwiubaiiaut uan ua uaa
various lines ef busmeas engaged ia aa
dentistry, and well read la many brancbaa
j mdk'ln- truS3at exceptloaallF
Ha waa aoeut 7S years ef age aad leaves
a endow, aad one broth ar near dcott'S
This has been another day of heat with;
mercury better than lut ta ths stiada.
Craaisa Xaeda BLaaa Stadly.
CIUrSTOX. la., July Special. But J
of an inch of rata fail bare during tha
month of June. Just parsed which la
thought to be ths record mark fur any
thirty-dar period known. Beidum. if et ar
' bJ thm been axuaiksd for the Uma of
I '- nd never surpaaaad. The hot dry
"rva that have accompanied the beat
iwa aere befura.
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