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TOE BEE: OMAIlX WEDXESDAI. MAECH 20. 1912.
Clever Coats and Hats for
Your Little Folks
Styles In Children's Coats do not usually
Yarjr froin season to season a radically as
do thow for Ladies and Misses, bat this
aeaaon brlnia number of decided changM
in design and color combination!.
Shepherd's checks, serges -and black
aatin are extensively uaed. the models are
all beautifully tailored-and trimmings of
contrasting colora are very cleverly so-',
plied to collar and caffa. buttons and '.
braid are also uaed ery effectively.
Many modela bare detachable waah col
lar and cuffs which are neat and econom
ical aa well. Sites J to years.
Prices 2.95 83.95 85.00 86.50
n 87.50. ..!..
White Serge Coata and those of Wblts
Serge with black pin stripe are stylish
and present a efy dressy and pleasing ap
pearance, priced at 83.05 d "P -
CHILDREN'S HATS Come In a wealth of dainty shapes -wBleh
add muck te the winsome charm of the childish face. Milan, pea
nut braid and leghorn In mushroom and Tyrolean shapes and many
hand vads styles In pongee and faacy braids, priced np from 8125
m yodm nonn
1518-20 FARNAM STREET
fosnd wrartlcaMe. Whta asked whether
he bed selected1- aarobe tar the vacant
place of deputy warden, be sold that k
kid not E rn the questlea eerlous
thought as yet. but now that things had
Battled dews ths natter would M takoa
. up soon. -'-''
The awrstlon wne-llred the shot -which
brought deww Coerlrt Ormr was a. pern
Bent topic In Uoootn.r The Linoaln.jM
pets here given the credit to Hherlfl
,Hfrt and'th Omaha, ixtpars. . taking
their atones front- those, who. returned
to twt eHy ay- the chase, 'glee It o
Chief John Brlggs Ml aouth Omaha,
.flyers' friends here Insist that the Un
eola sbeetft Is the oh to whom credit U
due. Another eaestlon whlcS la agitating
the people la who wll get the reward.
It la. a matter ef common talk that
while she was not present at the Capture,
lie email share of the eredlt for over
hauling the eulprtta la due to the widow
if the nafortunatte Blunt, whe made a
netaway from the convicts aM tele
phoned the news te- Ptattsmouth that
the teen were at her1 home. 1
MOftLEY TO mm TSUKO I9f AMtlL
Will e chars with . CMiflmr
with Intent te Mardee. . V
Charles Morley. the living member of
, the trie ef convicts, which was captured
V after a four days' hunt Monday, and
which, killed three men In making their
attempt to escape from the penitentiary,
will probably be given his preliminary
hearing la the ' latter part of the week
la Lincoln, , Trej, chart which, will be
filed against, him wll) be that of "con
spiracy with Invent la Commit murder.''
"We have filed an information against
Morley, Dowl and Grey, charging
murder lit the first degree. aatd Dopstr
County Attorney O. K. Itsgar. Lancaster
county, Tuesday morning, "tut we will be
unable to rely on that aa ws have no
proof aa to which convict fired the fatal
shots. The charge of conspiracy with
Intent to commit murder covers the acme
offense and meets with the aame penalty
aa the first degree charge, bat the de
ments of the crime are different"
Morter' e trial will probably occur'
ascond on , the criminal docket In the
. April term of court about April at. The
, trial ef Albert Prince for the murder ef
Deputy Warden Darts en February 11
occurs April XX the first day of that
term. The authorities assert tbst both
men. If convicted will probably bang
Morley Is at present In a solitary cell
at the penitentiary next to: that eeco
pled by Prince, i. ' v ..' .
Srarra.et the bodies of the. eoavh-te
havaght cut enttctes of personal property
hardly In accord "With "the desperate' char
acter of the-men.. Dowd was dendr
ite had clothe Ma body. la. fine under
wear and la his pockeTHe carried a tooth
bruib and a tube of paste Oray .hsd
also secured quit a number, of artlotee
of finery. Including all . handkerchiefs
and sucks.,. Tbs two men bad lees then
U between them and most of It waa In
small cola, Dowd having eighty-five pea-
&t Bart's Iryspepala Tablrta Res-tare
lifeless Organs to Normal
; , Condition. - yn
A Trial free,
htaay a sufferer from Dyspepsia. In
dttaetiea. sad kindred ailments of the
, digestive oris carries around an ab
solutely ueilaia atemach-a dead load,
aad a cesspool far aver-lacraaelng dis
orders. .The muscles are seemingly
'worn out, the mucous lining baa lost
Ms eeerettre power, aad food taken Into
the Hornsea Ilea there and ferments,
musing . sour eructations, hatchings.
heartburn, dlsslucas and ether distressing
ccodltlona. Many suRercrs have given
up la despair -BntM they have been In
duced by com Interested friend te try
a box ef Stuart s Dyopepeia Tabteta.
'- gtoart's Dyspepsia Tsblets are the dvs
peptic's hop. They arc a natural reetor-
stive of healthy actios to the stomach
and small Intestine, because they supply
a the Clemen te that the weak stomach
lacks-pepsin, golden seal and other di
If yew are afflicted with any ef the
eymptem shore described, b assured
that yeur digestive organs are toeing
Power they need help and there Is no
more ' aensfbj help te be riven them
l has t supply elements which will do
the work of dictation for them.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Talt bar been
found by test to have digestive powers.
one grain of the active principle of these
. tablets bemg sufficient te digest 1M
grains ef ordinary food. It kt plain that
ws matter aat the conditio of your
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as oar cat 'I en of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets laaea at soeal Urn will do tie
work-atve your 'stomach sa opportunity
to regain Its lost powers, the tn uncles
will as strengthened, the cUndi Invig
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It coats nothing to prove the effect
iveness of this care. Bead tor free
sample pectus today-. P. A. Stuart Co..
lid Stout Bldg.. atarsfcall. Mica.
All drsgzutt sell Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets at M cents a bos, - - -
rONTICTg WKHR It MB OMSK LB St
Mevesacats After Kara a from Pea
The movements of the tnilrderoua
fugitives from ths tUne .they escaped
from th penitentiary up to the time they
exposed themselves Is told beet by Elmer
Hall, who Uvea five mile east and
three-cuartera of a mile north of Have
lock. .-. .. ;
On Thursday craning of the day they
escaped they were Invited Into the home
of Mr. Blckmsn, a dairyman. They re
mained unlit a late hour and then com
pelled a boy te drive them te Twentieth
and B -streets In Uaeoln. They spent
rndsy night In Havelera. and then pre
oMded caat on the Rock Island tracks te
the Hall horns. They spent rriday. night
In th Hall barn. '
At S:af eclock eaautday merntns when
Hall went to his barn to do the morning
ehorae, he'Was met at the does' by Con
vict Dowd, Dowd's first words were:
"Come In and shut the door."
Mr. Hall obeyed.
"Have you heard ef ths convicts who
escaped from the penitentiary y asked
Mr. Hall replied that ks had.
"Wall, we are the three."
When Mr. Hall first entered the barn.
Taylor and Morley were not In sight
but they immediately emerged from an
cat bin where they, had evidently been
resting. Dewd did sll th talking. 11
told Halt that they Intended to stay at
th tious that day and asked him te
take them In. A Mr. Hall waa covered
continually with a large revolver there
waa nothing tor him t do but obey.
Hal) and the three men went Into th
house. Ths convicts told Mrs. Halt who
they were and asked for breakfast. While
the meal was being prepsred Mr. Hall
continued with his morning's work on
the outside, but waa followed continually
by Dowd. Later all accept Taylor sat
down t a breakfast of wheat cakes.
fried bacon and ooffec
Wore Heavllr Armed.
The men wsrs heavily armed. Mrf
Hall aaw five ef their weapons and
they hold him they has ala rcvclvera In
all. The guns, he ssld were forty-four
caliber, with, barrels about elghtajnchea
long ef blue SteeL Dowg carried a re
volver with a pearl handle,
During the day tune at the Hall home.
on of the murderers kept watch at the
front window, another at the. kitchen
window and the third shsdowed every
movement of Mr. Halt Mrs. Hsll was
not watched so closely aad eh waa a!
lowed to ge late the farmyard without
S sake ,( That Csdawe.
Th men spoke frequently of their
crime. : They did not; seem to anew aay
Borrow for their art except In ths rase of
Usher Heilmsn, They' expressed regret
that Hellman baa been killed, saying
that they rhad .absolutely no grudge
agslast him. According te Mr. Hall
their bitterness was sll aimed at Wardei.
Deiahunty. They criticised ths treat
ment they had received at th arlaon.
saying that ther were given boot food
and aot enough of It.
Saturday and Sunday a portion of the
time was spent In reading th dally
papers that bed arrived at the Hall bom.
They read the account f Thursday'e
n openings end discussed lb eton
Th men would read th story ever end
ever again. Other iasuwt of the paper
were aisc ead closely.
They had planned te leave the H.n
home ob Saturday eight, and about X
0 clock ordered Mr. Hall te hitch up and
drive them to- Oreenwood. He obeyed
ana iney started out la a aled. After
traveling about two miles the sled broke
down and they decided to return. After
the return they ordered th Hall to go
t bed. Ths .convicts asked for
Th receiver wss then Jerked from the
Before leaving the Hall "home, the
jnurderers took Mr. Halt's repeating
shotgun and a box of shells. '
'The convicts, according te Mr. Hall,
did not dlecleee which one of them killed
the different victims at the penitentiary,
but be was led te believe tram what he
heard that it waa Morley ark shot War
SAYS BANDITS KILLED BLISiT
Sheriff C base of Sarpy Ceaaty Glvee
HI View ef Faraarr-e Death.
Grant Cbssc. sheriff of Sarpy county,
says that one of (he convicts, cither Mor
ley or Dowd, murdered Roy Blunt, In the
fight near Oretna Monday. Chase was
oac of the pursuers who waa closest to ths
convicts In the fight and ssys tiierc can
be no doubt of ths manner In which Blant
met death. He says:
I waa in the buggy with Chief Brlggs
and Captain Trouton of South Omaha.
We were within forty yards of the con
victs when they opened fire cn us. W
did not reply Immediately, but very
shortly we snswered back and after a few
minute of exchanges, Gray dropped.
"With that. Blunt started to leap from
the wagon. We aaw one of the' two
eonvlcta yet In the wagon fire at him at
Short range aad kill him. Of this there
Is no question, aa we were the nearest to
the convicts In the fight. ,It was a cold
blooded murder, If there ever waa one.
I do not know whe fired the shot, but
I don't think R waa Gray, as I believe he
was lying dead In tha wagon body."
SCHOOL CM1LDRB.W SEX BATTLE
Bandits Killed la Sight at Ppll at
- Dleerlet He, SI.
Adding greatly to th dramatic aspect
of the chase's wild finish wss th scenery
where It occurred. For four .miles the
final stretch of th pursuit could be
taken In at a glance. It waa one gradual
slope which fell In beautiful undulations
to a picturesque wagon bridge by the
farm house of Mrs. August Herman.
Like a chariot race la th Roman arena.
more than fifty farm wagons dashed
three and four abreast down this expanse
of wide road, while the wagon carrying
the eonvlcta rumbled and careened
through the mud and Ice, barely 1st feet
ahead of them.
At the top ef the hill where the final
stretch begsa la the home of Charles
Bower. Mr. Bower was preparing his
team for a trip to Chalco, standing st ths
side ef hla house, when bullets slssling
by him gave his first warning of ths
proximity of the eonvlcta. He had beard
on the telephone that th men were
headed for Chalco.
Whn th rumbling army of farm
wagons and buggies dashed by his house
he went Immediately to the telenhons and
notified Mr. Henry Bell, two miles be
low Mm. and prepared her for the sight.
She waa at her front window, the doors
ef her borne barred, ready to as what
turned out te be the finish.
It waa at this place that the posse and
the bandits had tha greatest assembled
audience of their chase. More than thirty
little school children In district school
No. at were aroueed from their atudles
by the firing. Miss Frances Umatum,
their teacher, attempted to keep the
pupil back from the windows without
avail. They rvihed to them, took one
giants at the sight and then crowded
back Into corners of safety with fingers
to their ear. Miss t'matum kept her
little students st their work until time
for AsmBesajri o'clock. A the after
noon reoes she allowed ihefri fw discuss
and conjecture with her on what they bad
seen. r . i'
Th pupils 'of district school W tl
were dlsnussed after the new of the
battle, reached them. John Muneter of
th school board stopped at the Utile
acboot bouse and gave the welcome orders
te the excited children.' - -
"Arc You Fat?
Ten know yoa can not stay fat. don't
you? That is. yoa can not be fat and be
in style. Tbe day when a fat woman
waa tolerated la passed. Nowadays all
women must be In proportion or be ridic
ulous. This does not mesn yoa rhostd
become skinny, however. You should
not get below the herd flesh line. All
you ought to lose is the bulky fat. That
done you will find yourself to be a well
formed and therefore bandsom woman.
Now, how can this be done.' By exer
cising and dieting? Yea, and no. These
two means will bring soma results, but
not easily nor soon. One Is very hard
work; the ether is- torture. Besides
neither can be depended oa to oaue a
uniform reduction. They may take olf a
fleshy shoulder, for example and leave
the double chin untouched. What you
need, you see. is something pleasant to
taks that without iujury' to your health
will take th fat off uniformly and quick
ly, aay at the rate of a pound a day or
ao, until It la all gone where you want
it to go.
For tnia purpose nothing la lees expen
sive, eater or simpler tbsa Marino la
Prescription Tablets. Inexpensive be
cause one large cane, coating 7i cents
only, will produce results; sale because
they cause no wrinkles or stomach
trouble, but rather improve the health
and complexion. If anything; and aim
pie, because they do all the work without
asking thought or effort on th part of
the taker. In abort, they are the
A NSW Kit If you are fat and wiah to be
thinner. If your druggist is of tha bet
ter kind he will have them. If not. write
the licensees, Tbe Marmots Company
Ml Farmer Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
farm waa reached. II turned Into this
road and until the fatal end te the
pursuit waa between fifteen and thirty
minutes In the rear of the fugitives.
When Millard waa reached the Omaha
officers received their Hrst news of a
battle with the bandits. Merely rumers
were afloat In Millard and on the party
telephone lines tbst there had been
heard shooting in the vicinity of -Chalco.
Hiring rles Chief Devereese'a posse hur
ried to Chalco, where definite newa
reached them of th battle. A little
girl rushed out In the road holding aloft
photographs of the eonvlcta which had
been circulated In that part of the
country. And gleefully and excitedly
she pointed out the pictures of Dowd,
who killed himself, of Morley, who gave
himself up, and of Oray, Who was shot
by the Oretna posse.
All of them were said te have been In
servlc for years and of an antiquated j
pattern, even if they bad been kept In j
condition, which it la asserted is not
the case. The story comes from a
member of the guard whe made the test t
of the weapons. Adjutant Ueaerai
Phelpe declined te talk.
TRtlJI GOKS TIIBOIOH LIIXCOLX
Deaseastratlea Averted la Trip la
the Penitentiary .
Tbe train bearing the sheriff's posse
and Morley te tha penitentiary passed
through Lincoln without stopping. There
wss a big erowd at the depot and trouble
wsa feared In cass the train was stopped
and aa attsmpt made to take the pris
oner out by the usual route. Beyond
some gmens and hoots ther waa no
demonstration. Th people were kept
bark from th tracks by the station
One story current In Lincoln on appar
ently good authority, was that of the
twenty-four rifles at the penitentiary for
use of the guards, only three would
shoot when the experiment wss tried.
SHERIFF HW EBS TELLS A STORY
Says Only Fear Offlewre aad Hlaasrlt
Were la Battle.
Sheriff Gus H) era of Lancaster county,
when seen at his home In Lincoln Monday
night, wss pretty well exhausted by the
excitement ef tbe chaee and the long
strain which be haa been under night
and day since the murder at the peni
tentiary. In speaking of the chase which led up
to the killing of the two convicts, young
Blunt and the capture of Morley. he was
unstinted In his praise of the courage
and coolness of Crawford Elkenberry, the
penitentiary auard. Sheriff Chase of
Sarpy county. Chief John Brigga of th
South Omaha police and J. C. Trouton.
deputy fire marshal, who were part Id-
punts In the final battle.
Hyers also gives great praise to Man
ager Pollock of the piattamouth Tele
phone exchange, who put the service of
his entire system at command of ths
sheriff end aided In every way possible
In keeping the posss Informed of tbe
movements of th desperadoes. Th com-
pany's lines cover the section thoroughly.
end ne other service was allowed te in
terfere with prompt action la oehalf of
Hyers says it Is not true that the eon
vlcta were out ef ammunition when Mor
ley eurrendered, for ho took thirty shot
gun shells aad twelve thirty-eight caliber
rifle shells from Morley's pockets after
Hyers says the fight covered a distance
of about a mile and a half. In addition
to himself th only participants were
Chaee, Brlggs, Trouton and Elkenberry.
Hyers bad changed horses six times dur
ing the .chafe. The one he wss riding
at the end was a pony he had requisi
tioned from a boy. During the fight th
posse would taks a turn at firing and
then whip up to get nearer the eonvlcta
whe ell the time were firing at tha posse.
Hi ere ssys one of the convicts fired twice
st him with a shotgun snd. though he
waa. not bit, ha ssys he could hear the
shot whistle near blm. At this time h
wss not mors than seventy-five yards
away and things were getting ao uncom
fortable It waa up te him to de aome
thing. Th killing of Gray took th nerve out
of Dowd, who shot himself, and Morley
Jumped out of th rig and held up hla
hands. There waa some suspicion this
wss only a ruse and that he waa still bent
on shooting, but Brlggs aad Elkenberry
rushed up to Morley and put tha hand
cuffs on him. "The farmer porse did
(Continued on Fifth Page.)
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of Itching. Blind. Bleedlns or Protruding
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OMAHA . OFFICERS MISS FIUHT
1 (i 3lsi5M.
quilts sad made a bed oa tbe floor, one
man sleeping while two kept watch.
Sunday was spent in about, th
way as th previous day.
' - Taewe writ a Mavea.
Befor leaving the Hail borne tha con
vtcta bound the Halle with rapes. First
airs. Hall was placed in a rocking chair
a rope tnat had been used as a baiter
Mn waa used. Her hands were tied
securely te the arnia of the chair. After
binding lira. Halt bar husband waa also
Pieced la a rocking, chair. Hla bands
were Ced behind bis sack wltk tbe
sort of rope. Tbe eonvlcte then took
pkk ui rape ana spat it, wstng en o.
the st reads te further eecure Mr. Haa
Psssis Are Split I'p Bat Neae In al
The posss which went out from Omaha
en tbe Missouri Paclflo special train com.
prised ths following men: Chief ef Po
lice John E. Brit I". Deputy Fir Wr
den, John Trouton of South Omaha.
Sheriff Felts McShan and ' Deputies
John Cahlll and Adam Sloupi' Captain
Henry Dunn. Chief of Detectives De-'
v creese; Sergeants H. C. Cook and Al
Bamuelson and Detectives Steve Msloney,
Mlks Sullrvsn. Edwin - Morgan, John
Dunn. Ed Fleming. Tom Ring, Charles
Vsn Dusen snd Frank Murphy.
Monk Trumnier and Tony Paaha. ac
companied th : police, officers, Boia
knew tbe convicts, although they had
never been' In tbe pen. and fhey sere
taken alone tV Identify them.
Frank Williams, who cuosucts a mes
senger service at Eleventh and Douglas
streets, went along with th officers
armed with a pair of field Biases and
a rifle. Peter Rooney,' - brother of
Patrolman Rooney. alee waa an armed
member of the poeee. .
Coder th leadership of Captain Dunn
th band wss carried In the epectsl
train until It stopped at ' Springfield.
There Marshal Vena Lovell announced
that he had Just received word from the
Blunt farm that th convicts were leav
ing there. Chief Brigga and Trenton,
with a few Springfield farmers, im
mediately alerted south, leaving lb
Omaha polk officers. Brlggs tamed
west, going te th Blunt farm.
Th Omaha policemen and Sheriff Me
thane, hearing that the band It e had
started en the road north from Blunt'a
place, started ereas country west In a
move to Intercept them. Reaching a
farm bous four miles northwest of
SprtngUeld. word wss flashed over th
rural telephone tbat tke bandits were
going through the mire of the road as
fast aa ths horses, then fresh in the
tart, could carry them, beaded for Al-
brtghl The police then turned back to
tbe special train and were carried te
Portal, where the bend was divided.
Captain Dunn remained la charge of
MX men while Chief of Detective De
verseess at tb head of another de
tachment flagged Union Pacific pas.
aenger trala No. H aad waa taken Into
Sheriff Mcghane wltk his men followed
tb road west ef Springfield until the
road going directly aortb from the Blunt
A -!!& lea 1 .
ure from tlie
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Tired-out, run-down systems don't
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cold. They just feel the creeping,
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: Good food will build up the system if
it u digested and assimilated, but some
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Yoa will tone up your
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His spring the workmanship Gninh.
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every pattern, seems a ricner and the
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Suits . . . . . $15. 00 to $40. 00
Suits for young men $15. 00. to $30.00 j
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DISTRIBUIOR " '
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7)re Is Only One
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Almg remember ths fall name. Look
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Idlee' Dlwe xtatlaoo aTTory Week Hay.
The Orphcnn Road Shaw
nrRECTlOJf MARTIX BECK
ALL THIS WEEK . !
test. aVewry tsar Ml Brery tflgkt StlS.
tight falac Gfrls; rJimon de Beryl;
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Friday Erenlng, March 22 .
MR. HAROLD BAUER
Beat a Sale at the Owl Drag Company
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