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T11K BKE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVKMHKK 21, 11)11.
CONSPIRACY IN, LEPPIN-CASE
Fact Di-covered Tending to Prove
LETTERS. NOr'WEITTEN BY HIM
ellef Thry WfM Forced and I'at
in Fork! trlwi on Kiamlna
lion of llaadwrltlaa- .
t . . .
Well planned conspiracy to commit rob.
bery and murder and then cover up the
trail by throning suuplclon upon perhaps
n Innocent person may be disclosed in"
connection with the death of , William
lppln, the. i;ed, German roundhouse m
plow found-dead and hidden tn the wMa
ar tha Milwaukee roundhouse In Coun
cil Bluffs Batunlay. The conviction, that
the old man n murdnred and robbed
rid hi body carried ti the point mor
than" 2W yards frgm , ivhere hia burned
hark stood -was 'materially ' strengthened
yesterday 'by the discovery of Additional
facts. , , ' '
The first Marking discovery was that
the letter! to the chief of police which
gave the only suggestion- f suicide ere
t Written by the old man or signed tiy
him.; Former I'nrlt Commissioner Martin
aVhrhldt is the foreman )n charge of the
roundhouse and was the employer of l-tp-ln
and bis half-wlttod son. lie exam
ined the letters yesterday for the flrit
time' and at once declared Ms doubt that
lxppin had, 'written them'., This was fur
ther) confirmed' by examination of the
aigngture, -with which f'oremun Kchmldl
was quite familiar, as It was signed fre
uently td receipt for pay checks, etc.
Tha slgnaluro of ti e weak-minded son
was also familiar to tho foreman In the
rm way. To settle this doubt a request
was ; yesterday .sent to Dubuque for, tbe
return of a, number ot Leppin a signatures
for Jhe' pnrpoce 'of 'comparison, tAgutller
nn tnos ol the son. '
' ' Keys Inalda Car. '
Another bit 'of evidence showing tnur.
r Was the finding of the old man's keys
Inside the partly burned dismounted bos
ar that served as a bunkhouse, and tho
tUseovery also that the door was looked
when the fire-was discovered. ,., . V .
The discovery was also mtilo that an
Id trurfk .ln the 'oar in wtiloh the old
tuaa kept ills pupers and little keepsakes
had been, broken open and the contents
scattered over (Ke Surlaco' of a' table and
tbe floor. AmonK'thoin were papeis and
letters 6f! some-Importance. These" were
lft, but la the old man' coat were found
A number of keeptulkes emf. photographs
Which liMd apparently been ,thruf Into
his pockets. . in a charred part of the
ar ; was also found tho metal frame
work of sn Ivers-Johnson revolver. The
ld man' was knoern only to ia .45
callber Colt's automatic with which he
had evidently been killed and which Is
nursing." ' .' "' .J . ; '
The belle. 'Is .becoming stronger" that
the old ; man was robbed' arid t murdered
and his bod" tarried to the point where
found, the Cur locked With another key
after being set , afire , on the Inside. ,
.jS Trsee of, Boy'.' y
Tbe eonvk tlon HM equally strong that
the weak-minded' boy. could iot have
written the letters, as they Indicate the
work of a... fairly well' educated percon.
No trace of .the boy ha been Sound.' If
the conspiracy .was 'planned to tost sus
picion upon Jiirn It . wu welt -executed.
The old inaif ould not likve looked-his
door wlthovt his keys,' left on the inside.
Th son ,'bai .a. y ud -t Is not' he
llcved that tlwre wtme any other.-Auarfh
was niade yestcrduy In Ih'e field for the
body of the .unfo'ttunate boy, who may
also have been , murdered, The fact has
been well established that the aged man
had several hundred dollars ' which he
carried on his person.. He exhibited Jlot)
severs,, wseka ago .and received 10 on
Jr'rlday. a few hours before bis murdur.
WOMAN'S WINK' COSTS
v , THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS
U Johnson of Kansas City stopped on
lower Douglas , street last night to talk
with a negro woman, whose winking
ryei had slopped him. When the con
erVtlon was ended 1 arid ,. the' flirt had
gone. Johnson discovered that his pocket
had; been picked of 1300. Ile.asK.rd the
police to locate and 'arrest the woman.'"
All Pictures Are to
Come Off tho Poles
Chief of Police. T(inBhue has ordered all
pictures of anifMate(e. successful or de
feated, -.torn off : the telephone and tele
graph poles In Omaha.
'We have been having so many corn
plaints," said Chief Donahue, "that this
sctlon Is necessary. I hsve ordered all
pictures taken down before Thursday
morning, and if they are not down the
offenders will be complained against and
warrants fur their arrest Issued."
HEAD-ON CRASH NEAR LOGAN
Engineer Killed and .'Eighteen' In
jured on Illinois Central.' i
THE t ORDERS
t ailed Slalea Soldiers
Kaat to Make ftcaedale
Vlellms of rolllsloa
, with t Freight. , 1
One man was killed., two were aerlniislw
Injured and sixteen I'nlted States soldiers
were more or lews severely bruised Jand
Injured at 9 b'clocR'last ilght when east
bound extra No. SL a passenger srxclal,
met In head-on collision with westbdund
freight No. 24 one mile north of Logan,
la.,, on the Illinois Ceatral raliroid, ejther
.through failure to deliver orders or ills
regard of them by the dead engineer.
W. J. UAVILANI), Fort Podge. Ia..
engineer extra passenger No. 2. I
Perlously Injured: ' I
D. J. 'Chambers, VM Ruth street, rhlls-'
delphla; crushed shout head and hips.
Wllllsm Cato, porter, colored.
The special was conveying l nlted Ptates
soldiers who bad tisf returned from' the
Philippines eastward. Those on the spe
cial hsd mlsssd the regular train In the
west and were hurrying on to Chicago to
make connections eastward there wlto
the remainder of the troops. .Among th
soldiers Injured were: Privates Farter,
Baker, Bender, Kaeklev, Feldin, Blckle,
Mctavls. Collins, Patterson, Zwart. Nick
ell,' Williams. Hall, Lester, Pspkey and
Nlcsley, the latter of Mechanlcsburg, Pa.
'Placing the fault:
The special carrying the soldiers passed
.Logsri, . where the rallrogd ..o(f(olals . de
clare orders had been given for the two
trains to pass. Kutlon Agent Morris of
Logan declares his order board was out
and the proper signal was sot for the
pedal to atop. The fact that the train
passed Logan Indicates either that tho
order was not received by the engineer
or that It was received and disregarded.
Coroner P., L. Case of Harrison county
empanelled a Jury last n'ght Immediately
after .the wreck to take testimony. The
injured .were. taken to Council Bluffs to
the Jennie Edmundson Memorial hospital.
X.he dead engineer was a . man. of 45
years. He leaves a widow and one child
In Fort ttodge.'t D. J. Chambers is the
most .seriously Injured of the soldiers
who were hurt, but It Is not thought he
' When news of the wreck reached Coun
cil Bluffs a meeting of physicians was In
progress and In wddltlon to Burgeons
Cole and Jennings, ten other doctors-volunteered
their- services and. went to
Logan on the, special.' which returned
to-the Bluffs at 1:80 o'clock this morning.
Local army offloer were not Informed of
the regiment to which tbo pojd'trli ft,,
longed they hud com ThrnuK'hfrm
Han Francisco ami no official' informa
tion had been sent to 'the peparfment of
the Missouri of their through lournev.
Tlie passenger special' was composed of
one coach and a caboose and was 'In
charge of. Conductor Einery The' freight
was In charge Of Engineer Johnson and
Conductor . Mark Alger.
MADAME" MOUNTFORD TO TALK
OF CHRIST AND HOLY LAND
Today, Wednesday and Thursday even
ings at Trinity Methodist church, Kountse
Place, Madame Mo intford will deliver
free lectures on "Christ and the Holy
Iand." feihe will also show tha costumes
of the people those worn now and cen
Madame Mountford spent several years
traveling through the holy land arid made
study of the people and their customs.
And Other Itching
i Skiri Troubles
LLOYD FUNERAL TO BE HELD
AFTER, SUNDOWN TODAY
The" funeral 'of the " Ute ' Henry W.
Lloyd will be lield at the residence at
.'JO o'clock this evening, after which the
body will be taken to Plattsmouth. burial
win be Wednesday meriting and will be
! X Si
Soap and Ointment
Wjhen all else fails; No other
emollients afford such com
fort to skin-tortured'and dis
figured suffeVerS; yeah and
old, dnd do it so economi
cally lcaue'so s"peedily.
AUhotk Claa Botf ull itaait am it4
hi 4 utfaiM sa4 Sn arLr. liUHtl w
yi.f p k i.kh'dft.p. immu win biis lte ea
U i ..ims te Vmuim a," tot. ItU. ttuttum.
MRS. PANKHURST TO LINCOLN
Engliih Sf f rag-ette ;Closei Engage
ment and Eidt Adieu to Omaha.
TELLS WOMEN WHAT ' TO DO
Those) ot (rentier es o Less
Weissslf If They r Prr-
mltted to Ksrrrlse Right ,.,
of ffrage. V
Mr.' Emmollne , Pankhurst told the
women at the social science department
of the Woman's club yesterday that they
themselves. In going out of their homes
and banding themselves Into clubs, had
taken the step looking, to suffrsge which
had been refused by the men of England.
"The Engllshmai psrs that a conse
quence ot woman suffrsge wll bo that
the ". women will form clubs and neglect
their homes," she said and went on to ex
plain' that club ife as American women
know.lt has not yet come Into existence
in England. 8ha declared that the Amer-lcan'-woman
has demonstrated , that She
can. take an ' Intelligent Interest in club
life and at the same time carry on her
home duties and Interest In a satisfactory
manner, hence the English man's argu
ment against suffrsge cannot hold In
"Ton American women In forming clubs
have already done tha d re mind U4fld. 'The
first mistake was made by men "when
they allowed women to larn the alpha
bet. ' Otherwise women mJ,..t have been
kept domestic animals.
"Home women say that they urefer- to
us their Influence wlthr'tNelr husbands
nd sons In their homes, 'rather than to
express their opinions at the polls. Strip
your minds of that Illusion.' Ton can In
fluence a man Just as far as he Is willing
to be Influenced and no farther."
' Women WttJUo Wossaalr.
In refutatldn of the argftment that If
women vote they will be less womanly
Mrs. Pankhurst said that while women
admire and respect men,' the woman who
would allow herself to become mannish
would be a very poor sort Indeed. The
time hss long passed when girls wish
that they had been born boys.
"It Is becsuse women have such a high
standard for their own sex that thev r Ish
political power. They want It that they
may make the world better."
"I , am surprised that In a city like
Omaha, where t;iere are women engaged
In serious pursuits, there Is not one
woman on the school board," said Mrs.
Pankhurst, snd she told th women that
In Kngland the women not only votsd
for the achool hoard but serve on It and
take port In the administration of the
laws for the education of their children.
Mrs. Pankhurst said that the argument
which throughout her tours in Amorlca
she found appeals to the women n ere
than the arguments of right and justice
Is ths argument of duty.
In closing Mrs. ra-khurst complimented
the American women by saying:
"In England It Is the comon belief that
family ties are so loose that they are
no sooner made than broken; that wimen
Join clubs because they are tired of fam
ily . life. The .more I see of American
women the more I admire and respect
them and the nioca .1, am oertaln .that
when they d take hold .such a wave
will sweep over this continent that noth
ing can possibly stop It."
..The audience rose and waved . their
handkerchiefs at the close ot Mrs! Pank
hurst's ' address. The British suffragette
left with the delegates from the Omaha
Woman Buffrage society for . Lincoln,
where she will speak Tuesday evening at
the opening of the convention ot the State
' Itev. Mary Gerard Andrews of Mlnne
spoils, formerly. an active club . woman
and temperance worker In Omaha, gave
an earnest recital ot "What the Vice
Commission-tn Minneapolis Found," and
said that the com.nlsslon had decided
unanimously thnt an endeavor to suppress
the social evil was better than to segre
gate It and that it had met with success
In following this method.
Club Will Supply
Tenants for Building
.The real estate committee ot tha Com
mercial club met yesterday afternoon and
Chairman Harry Tukey presented the of
fers ot several local capitalists to build
the community factory building proposed
by the club. ,
Personal interviews will bo had with
those who offer to build and it 7s ex
pected that an agreement with on of
thein can be reached that will assure th
new building. The club will agree to
get the tenants. The committee already
has letters from a number of prosper
Big special purchase on sale
tHia week' at Ilayden's. See
Thursday eve papers for an
nounce merit. Watch our win
dows. J, "'': -
AT TIIH OMAHA TIIKATKR9.
Brandies miohard Carle la "Jump
Boyd -r- Uertruae Xof f mas Jlasslaa
tesyetp star and Uarter Show.
JLrug Msw Ceatry Uurla.
Amsrtoaa "Ate You a Mason."
first Mietaoalst Caaroa Knelsel
trUig Quartet. '
'l a aalsoa 11 at too Boyd.
Ies Hylphldrs,, romantic reverie, mulo
Cleopatra, mlmodrama, music by Aren-
nkv, Kinisky-KoisakoM, Mouasorgsky,
lilaiounow and 'lantelf.
Mu-herasade. Curypheic drama, music
by N. Klmnky-Korwikow.
Ueitrude llofdiiuiin's Kcvue.
Full, sparkling draughts of plastic fan
tasy and Urania interpreted by lithe, wil
lowy limbs and supple bodies were drunk
to the dregs lu-t night at the Uoyd when
(irrtrude Hoffmann and her Imperial
Mallei Itiisae poured forth wholesome po
tluiis of their unique art. Heretofore the
deuce has been, looked, upon as some
thing to sip sparingly as an appetiser
to koinellilng better, but a whole banquet
of' the seductive nectar was served
throughout the threo piodlglous hours of
revelry, and the audience was delight
fully lutojU ated. The significance of
ths ballet as a medium of dramatic In
terpretation was thoroughly Impressed
upon tho timid ones ho gathered to see
Miss Hoffmann at the opening perform
ance, it was -all new to them, but it
was delightfully Irresistible.
Slls Hoffmann's repertoire, aside from
her loa n- revue of theatrical personages,
from Eddie Foy to Valeaka Kuratt, In
cludes a romantlo reverie, a mlmodrama
and a corypheio drama, all of which
give expression of the motions running
the gamut all the fay from passionate
hysteria to giim tragedy, from black
decpalr to sullen fury, and -from gayest
revelry to the highest aotco of fantasy.
xsot a word Is spoken, but during the
wurse of the entertainment the speo
tators or made to aee visions of lovd and
forest revelry, of poems ani rhapsoklles.
or wood .nymphs wild and shrieking, the
sheer, mad beauty of Kraoe and motion.
Omaha palroiia. ao thoroughly captivated.
hae not yet made up' their minds aa to
which number ot th repertoire they Ilk
test. "Ja'S (iphldes,". a (fantastic. -con-ceptlon.
! a charming, dance of postur
ing s and.tlp-tged ateppings to Chopin's
iremoiing nieioaiea. in me other two
dances. "Cleopatra" and "Sheheraxade,
It Is all a vtry orgy ot motion, of lyrical
hurried -acUua, of dramatlo happenings
and vivid passion a. wild bacchanals of
caressing attitudes, of -langotshlngs and
compliance., Thee people are dancers.
not alone of undulating arms .and unclad
feet, but tJancers of the whole body, the
wnoie rramc, wnicn sways, and droops.
ana leapa, ana bends, ell to a very riot
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tt'roni Kuctal eister.
A methjU r remorlqjf wrinklea ana
flabbluess wultli is said to be more ef
fective "han that employed by the der
liatuluslcal sirseon with his knife aod
oeedla. Is the use of a simple home
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half pint of witch hasel Infredleats
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F.nlarced pores are Immediately reduced
and the aklo ia left In fin ondltlon.
The nuuia is aoolhlnt and refreshing
ana ruui is a tired race. Adr
of sound and color and wtio, eras nine
Tha only words spoken during the even
ing come when Hiss lloicmann aoanaons
the rhythmlo dances lor a time 10 present
her original revue, In which she gives
exceedingly clever Imitations of humor
ous stage folaxttOne of the most delight
ful features ojf Ithe entertainment is miss
Hoffmann's dance In bare. Joyous feet to
Mendelssohn's "Kprlng Bong." This is
an. exquisite number. . . . .
Throughout the ability of Kosloff wes
apparent, llo la agreeable look upon,
he Is iu.ll of Intensity of motion, of vio
lent turns, of muscular prowess, charged
with harmony and cadence. The orchestra,
played' beautiful music. Miss Hoffmann's
husband Is the director.
An Yon it MasoaT" at Asscrlcaa.
"Are You a Mason?" kept several thou
sand people at the. American theater In
an uproar of continuous mirth last night,
not only because tlta play was well pre
sented but because It was "ehilners"
night" and ' the big play house was
packed .Xrom the orchestra pit to the top
most 'row 'in the gallery with ' Masons,
near Masons andMasonlo friends, to
whom "Are You aMaeon?" particularly
appealed. The Arab I'atrol of Tangier
Temple took complete charge cf the
theater and the evening's proceeds will
go toward defraying the expenses of the
patrol on their pilgrlrnase next year to
the convention In Los Angeles.
Interspersed between the acts of "Are
You a Mason?" which was presented by
Eva Lang and company, were a number
of specialty acts by friends and rela
tive of the Blirtners. AU of these wero
liberally applauded, e.yeclstly the one
presented by the Misses Alice and Gladys
Chandler, assisted by Frank Plxon. These
young women sang several grand opera
selections In a most pleasing manner and
wera easily accorded first honors. Lucy
Miliar rendered several selections on the
violin, accompaaled by Edith Miller, and
this act, too, was well received. Mrs.
William Allen Challs, in a clever Imper
sonation, attracted much favorable com
ment and she ' was presented with a
hug bouquet of flowers for ber efforts,
aa were alt of the other specialists. Ulenn
Whltoomb and J. A. Nesblt entertained
the crowd - with ragtime selections and
were rewarded with a deafening volley
The Bhrtners sr planning a series ot
three more entertainments similar to last
night's "stunt" and they expect to real
ise a large enough fund to send the
Omaha patrol to Los Jingeios In the best
Local Stag; Note.
Tonight at the Brandels theater, Klch
ard Carle and his company will be suen
for the last time in "Jumping Juniper."
This season Krasee and Lcderor, who are
Mr. Carle's managers, have surrounded
thir stsr with the finest singing chorus
that ever left New York.
On Thursday evening at the Erand'ils
theater, Klaw and Krlanger will offer to
Omaha theater-goers, Itobert HUllard and
his company in the big eastern success,
"A Fool There Was." Kupportlng tt'-r.
HUllard are such well known artists as
Virginia l'earson. Alphonso Ktbler,
Stella Archer. Oeorge Clare, Reginald
Marker and the wonderful child player,
"Uiiou" Wurstr. A matinee will be
given on c-aiuruay.
One of the notable weeks of the sea
son Is now in progress at the popular
Oayety theater where the great Star and
Garter show is playing to oipaolty under
new and elaborate colors with an excep
tionally clever cast of comedians, ting
era, dancers and the original Lobster
(Square (N. Y.) chorus.
Few musical events arouse such .mi.
Ine interest as the concert to be given by
the world renowned Knelsel quartet a;
the First Methodist church Tuesday even
ing. November 21, this being the seconi
number In the concert series of MIh.
Hlanihe tSoreimon. This quartet began
its season the November 1 In New York
and at once beyan a tour, which has been
series of triumphs, unusually larue
audiences greeting these distinguished
musicians wherever they appear.
Refined burlesque Is dlsnlaved at tha
Krug this week in the-show played by
the New Century Girls. The comedv I
clean and wholesome. The comedians are
among the best on the burlesque stage.
The performances so far this week have
brought out large gatherings to wltnsm
the very entertaining race track scene in
the first act.
While the A born English grand opera
company, on Ita first lllmted tour of this
art of the country last esason confined
is attentions to the older classics they
announce a more attractive repertoire for
their coming engagement ut three days.
beginning Thursday, November SJ, at
Boyd's theater. Of the four operas an
nounced two are novelties to be given for
the ti rat time In repertolr-"Madam Hut-
terfly and "Th Tale of Hoffmann."
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