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fHB OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 18, 1013.
FLEGE GETS THIRD TRIAL
Han Accused of Sister'rMurder Se
cures Anothet Chance.
JUM "OtfOfetf- IRREGULARLY
Supreme Court Flnl hertrnl Jnrom
Bnld on Btnntl t her Hart Head
Account o( Murder In
(From a Stuff Correspondent.)
UNCOLN, May 17.-(SpeolsL)-Ttae we
of "WUhelm FlWfe, twice tried for the
tnurdcr of his slittr, . Louise, tvaa re
verted and remanded back to the Dixon
county court Jn supreme' court today. -
Flege was llrst tried and convicted of
murder In the srcolid decree and given
a lUo sentence. He received a-new trial
and was convicted the second time 4 man
slaughter and Riven a seritfenee of from
one to ten years. The cGUrt reveries the
case because of lrctrularjtlps In picking
of the jury, It belnir sll3wn that several
of the Jury had wild on the tand that
they hod read accounts M the murder
In the papers nnd had .'express opin
ions. One of these was the foreman ot
It Is also asserted that A. O. Da1i,
whd assisted In' the prosecution of the
case at the time of the. hearing In Justice
court, attorney fon Albert ElChtencamp,
a hired man on the F1k farm, who
was suspected of the murder and there
fore had no right to appear Ih the Case
as a prosecutor. Klchtencamp was the
principal witness against Vltge, claiming
that he had Feen him shoot his sister
about 1 o'clock In the afternoon. The
testimony showed that Mlis Fiege had
partaken of a hearty dinner and In the
second trial the testimony of a physician
from Chicago who had taken up the body
and examined ths stomach, showed .ttiat
the food was In a state of digestion,
which showed that the girl could not have
been shot until late In the afternoon.
chosen consists of Theodore Anderson,
chairman of the club; O. W. Danlelson.
marshal, and fir. O. T. ltalisen. The
town has been.overruh with people of this
class thl spring and this actlpn Is taken
in order to "Weed cut the Undeserving.
Wnnsa Pats Ban on DeBRarc.
TVAUSA. Neb., May 1". (Bpe.dal.)-The
"Wauea. Improvement club at a meeting
Thursday night decided that hereafter
beggars, solicitors or other Individuals
must have the approval 'of a committee
from the club before they will be allowed
to canvass the town. The committee
And Cuticura Ointment. Directions:
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Cuticura Ointment. Continue until
whole scalp has been gone over.
Next morning shampoo with Cuti
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be used as often as agreeable, but
once or twice a month is generally
sufficient for this special treatment
for women's hair.
Culkurs Boip anil Ointment; lietfl throughout lb
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OnD. Keb., Mk- 17 .-(Speclal.)-The
resUvttlts Ine'ldeht to the closing of the
school year bgan last evenlhfe when the
Junior ctriM oithe high school banqueted
tho graduating class, ttvehty-olght In
number. Dr. Chamberlain, yastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church, will deliver
iho baecalailrente address" Sunday even
ing. The class exercises and class play,
"Thi American, dltlseh, ' w.lil be given
at the opera . house. Thursday evening.
The graduating exercises of the grammar
ichool will be held Friday evening and
on Saturday evening former Governor
ShMlenberrfer will deliver the class ad
dress. The attendance for the next
school year prdnilsts to be larger than
eVef before and" threatens to tax the
capacity ot the high school building, but
recently erected. Forty-eight pupils are
finishing the eleventh grade, this year.
lltlADSHAW. Neb,. May il. -'Special.)
The commoflcnmctit exercises. of the class
of 1913 took place In tho Ancient Order
United Workmen, halt last night, -May 16.
The class is Composed 6f four girls nnd
two boyl. No graduating evsays were
given. The class address was delivered
by Itev. 8. D. Battle of David City, who.
also, In the absence ot any member of
the school board, presented the class with
their diplomas with some fitting remarks.
niAUfeN, Teb., May 17.-(Speclal.)-Choncellor
Fiilnler of the WeMcyan uni
versity delivered the commencement ad
dress to tho graduating class at the
opern house Thursday evening. Subject,
"What (he World Demands ot a Man."
There were nlhe ln the class as follows-
Misses Margaret Vohdcrfecht. Charlotte
ICerehner, Bvelyn krchner,,Ollle Spence
and Mayme Sot-enfon. Mesirs. John Hall.
Fred QuadreaUlt Cloyd Greene and Eddie
BitOKEN now. Neb.. May 17.-(Spe-
clal.) Tho coming week will be, largely
taken Up with wbtk pertaining to the
commencement exercises of the high
school. On Sunday afternoon tho class
sermon will be delivered at the opera
house by Rev. Mr. Fraier, of the Pres
byterian church. Wednesday night. May
it, the Senior Clars will present, "Esmer
alda.'' Commencement will occur Thurs
day evening, May 22, at- the opera house,
the orator of tho ovehlng being Dr. J.
II Getli'B. a mfcmbcr of the State Board
ot Education. The class this year Is
ldrger than usual, numbering twenty-
WEST POINT, May 17.-(Speclal.)-At
tho ddnimen6emerit exercises of the West
Point High, school to be held on May
29 the Rey. J, A. Jenkins, D. D., of
Omaha, wilt deliver the principal ad
dress on tllo subject of "Diplomas and
Dulles." Mifes Btatta Drahba will clve
the" class history and prophecy and Henry
PeaHroweky wllLdellver an oration, "Tho
Value of an Education."
High School Debate Winners
MOTES PHOM TECUfoSEH
AND JOHNSON COUNTY
TECUMSESH. Neb.. May 17.-(Spcctal.)-
The Case wherein O. 0. Fielding of Tc
cUmseti' asks damages frofn the Burling
ton Railroad company In the sum ot
$10,000 tor Injuries recelVed Ih a runaway
caused, as is charged,, by negligence on
the part 6f trainmen In .scaring a tvuni
Which , ran" , awtty, has been taken from
the Johnson county' district court to the
Lincoln" branch bf tho federal court This
wan done upon motion of the railroad
The Johnson county drainage board tins
been sued in district court for $457.30 oy
(he Towle Engineering., company of
Omaha. The Omaha company contends
that the amount Is due for services run
tiered In engineering worli wherein the
Nemaha river Is to he drained through
The Tecumseh school board has securtd
(ho services of Prdf, I C. William ot
Manhattan, HhA.t to Instruct In ngrlcul-
iir ttio Mtnlnc vpnr. Pfintlrnl work
-Vlll be dcini, the schools' having secured
gfound for the work.
h. F. Grlihes of Bterllng has resigned
aa a mfcmber ot the Johnson county
drainage board. His time would not have
expired until May 31, 1016. His successor
All! be elected ,at .the annual meeting ot
the drainage district.
WILL MfeT IN rtbLDREGE
BflBMpNT, lf.f Hiy grand
a TfhlUti fTnmiTirfrclflJ Travel-
era ih BYe16nt tohV Vplbd to meet in
din ftsht fnt- brand secre
tory. The parade Was the big feature to
day, Fred Hawkins or St. Josepn, mo.,
i'rh. trrnmnrit man. Wad-selected spe-
. . - - - - . 1 . ' J I. . 1i.mll r. t
. ai ri aini T in III," I1UUICI11C bUUItVII w.
Cdlumbus, O With expehses paid. Fol
lowing are the nfew dfflcers:
drAd counselor, W. II. Bonney, Lin-
coin; grnna junior -cuuneciui,
. . . . . ..v y A Kn,l fiftlm .nlnr i
E. MOSS, tiasiingsi grant. ni"crir,
George Hu BptaN Norfolk! Krand treas
urer. W. C Alexander, Hastings; grand
conductor, v. uPi r", uumiw.
gfand Page. J. T, Hoenn, Omaha; grand
sentinel, nonuta v'"','m"-
grand executive, committee, IS. E. Abbott
Beatrice and Thomas Robinson, Lincoln.
dDD FELLOWS' GRAND LODGE
MEfetS AJjROKEN BOW
BROkEN BOW. Nib., May 17.-(Spo-cial.)
A' special meeting of the grand
lodge pf Odd' JfellOWs, called by Grand
Master T- W. Bass, occurred here Thurs
day of this wek. The afternoon was de
YPed to a public meeting, at which time
at. extensive prdgrdm consisting of music
and short talks; Was given. Following thm
was the conferring Of . the ' grand lodge
deprttr. At 4 o'clock In'tjlje evening a
banquet vm served, after which a school
of instruction: Jnteecert Work was heU.
Whicn was louowea oy lurtner osrni
work. Te meeting, embraced fifteen
lodges. Including those of the county and
several outside, There was a big attend
ance. AURORA blTteifNS TAkE
STEPS AGAINST DANDELIONS
AURORA, Neb.. May u.-(Bpeclal.)-Testerday
was "dandellpn day" in the
City of Aurora by proclamation of Mayor
Chapman, everybody striving to do all
lh their power to exterminate the dan
delion. .About one hundred of the busi
ness men and citizens' -formed themselves
Into four companies with X E- Williams.
Hatry Petersoh. Peter Hedlund and B.
O- Ferguson as captains, each taking a
side ot the. courthouse sqtfBre. By Fri
day night no dandelion could be seen, six
Wagon toads having been hauled away
Xm U tiM Mtuailea-Se AfrwHtta;.
6 "RoleA Wajind
QCNCVA-CCMtMAL OUT, ,
"icouarcl Trester" 1
li.ncouv -rAtr-cexTitAj. cut.
MACHINE GUN COMPANY
IN SIGHT FOR BEATRICE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 17. (Special Telegram )
Adjutant General Hall Is preparing to
put In a machine gun company at Bea
trice. A short time ago Beatrice hnd fi.
machine, gun company, but on account
of the obsoleto old rvins that were fur
nished the company was mustered out.
General Hall will endeavor to get the
government to furnish a now gun ot moi
ern pattern and If successful the Beatrice
company will again bo given a chance to
An ambulance company to work In con
junction with the hospital corps of Lin
coln will also be formed In the near fu
ture at the capital city.
Nptts Xotcn of Atitinrn,
AUBURN, Neb., May 17.-fSpecIal.) -
The county commissioners have Just
called a special election for the purpose
of submitting the proposition ot a l-.-vy
of 6 mills for the purpose of raising
COO to build a new Jail. The day of
election Is fixed for June 17.
The funeral of Fred Anderson, who was
killed by a live wire at Lincoln, took
place from tho home of his father, '
Marlon Anderson. The body was Interred
In Sheridan cemetery.
Mayor Church Howe has planned an
entertainment and reception for tho
members of the fire department n6Xt
Tuesday, May 20. The reception will he nt
the Christian church and supper will be
served. The purpose Is to show apprecia
tion for the work of the Volunteer de
partment. On May 29 the Auburn Commercial club
will hold a public reception. Governor
Morehead will be present.
WINNER IN ORATORICAL CON
TEST AT NEBRASKA UNI.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., May 17.-(Ppe-clal.)
The Broken Bow Co-Operatlve
Creamery association has compteted Its
plant and started up in buslnes the lat
ter part of this week. The full capacity
of the plant Is 8,000 pounds of butter and
GOO gallons of Ice cream per day. The of
ficers of the enterprise are Ralph John
son, president; Lynn Sullivan, secretary;
H. Lomax, treasurer; Pbll Stradley and
. tVVM4 S.-E. DIST.
H. E. Myers directors; J. C. Nellsen, gen
Relief Fund Grows.
YUTAN, Nob., May 17.-(Speclal.)-The
following additional subscriptions to tlvo
Yuton relict fund have been received
since last report:
Hon. Frank O. Lowden, Oregon, 111.,
for St. Paul Reformed church
building fund t f)
Citizens of Harvard. Neb 33
J. II. Stebbtns. Omaha 1
Frank E. Johnson. Yutan.... 2
Ladles' Aid society) Wann, Neb 4&
Mrs. m. A. Ccmer, Los vegas, fi. m. o
IIlKHlnnder Delnrnten Nawed.
MADISON, Neb., May 17. (Speclal.)
Fred II. Davis, Illustrious protector of
castle No. 54, Madison, and Herbert
Lound of Castle No. 83, WlnBlde, wero
unanimously elected delegate and alter
nate to the national executive castle by
Representative district No. 11 ot the
Royal Highlanders, which convened at
Madison this afternoon. .President Sharp
said the present board of management
opposed any Increase ot rate and favored
the plan In operation the last four years.
Our Every Thought
In Keeping With Our Quality
In Handling All Our Work
Omaha Quality Laundry
OUT C. KIDDOO
ot South Omaha.
MrthnrtlM Minister) tit Colnmtins.
COLUMBUS, Neb., May lJ.-(8peclsl.)-
The annual session ot the Grand Island
district conference ot the Methodist
church will be held here next Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday. The principal
feature will be an address by Bishop
Bristol of Omaha Wednesday evening.
Rev. Dr. Jeffries of St. Paul'n church,
Lincoln, will speak Tuesday evening on
"Christian Kducatjon." '
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With our knowledge and experience gained In 25 years' prac
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This is we boliovo the prettiest deBign nnd proportioned suio wo havo hnd to offer
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Golden oak, mahogany
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Circassian walnut, at,
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SPECIAL PIECES AT SPECIAL PRICES
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$90 Choval mirror, solid mahogany 69
$160 Dressor, solid mahogany, massive de
$72.00 Chiffonier, golden oak 54
$40 Princess Dresser, golden1 oak 28.50
$100 Brass Bed, satin finish 65
$56 Brass Bod, satim finish 30
$97 Lenther Sofa, special .69
$32 Arm Chair, leather seat and buck 22
$30 Bocker, mnhogany frnmQ, denim seat
nnd back 19.75
$35 Ma'liogany Bocker, tapestry upholst
$102 3-pieco solid mahogany suite, sofa,
ropkor and arm chair 68
$44 Mahogany Sofa, velour cushion
seat , 30
Besides the above mentioned specials, wo offer hundrods of furniture pieces for dining room,
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REDUCED PRICE DRAPERY SALE
Cretonnes, French Muslins, Fannj NetB, Imported Madras, Sunfast over curtain
materials, Crotes, Upholstering materials, such as DamaBks, Brocatelles, Silk Moire,
and Armuros. It will pay you to anticipate your wants at one-fourth to one-half the
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$1.00 Two-toned Damask .49
76c Two-toned Velour, 27-Inch 2ft
50c Two-toned Brocade 10t
$1.60 English Tapestry, 60-lnch wide .....4f)5
$2.50 English Tapestry, 50-Inch wido 756
$4.50 Brocade Velvet, sultablo for portieres
and upholstorlng .S3.50
$3.00 Doublo-faced lino Velour 90d
$4.00 Aubbuson Velvet O0
Thousands ot yards of Cretonne border, Silk
Cords and Upholstery Gulmpe, per yard.-l
16o 36-inch French Muslin, sale price, yard
20c Cretonne, dark colors, 36-ln. wido, yd.. 5
27c Cretonne, light colors, yard 196
26c Scrim, printed border, 40-ln. wide 18
$3.00 60-in. Imported French Not Ecru...l)
96c L&vler Lace, yard 4104
50c Colored Madras, plain colors 0
85c and $1.50 Colored Madras, large assort
ment (washable) 396 nd 49i
V5o Plain Green Silk, about 50 yds., per yd., 396
$1.00 Gordon Rp, 60-lnch wide 30c
36 Inches by 6 feot dyed shades 256 36 inches by 6 feet oh shades.- .....396
36 inches by 7 feet dyed shades 30 6 36 Inches by 7 feet oil shades 456
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Lot us measure your home for Shades and Hods and submit estlmaTe free ot charge.
Yon Are Invited to Visit Oar Basement Kitchenware Dept
During tho entire ' week our demonstrator
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wo will freeze Delmonlco Cream, frozen Straw
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The accompanying cut illustrates the positive
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keep all kinds of food in the samejehamber of
the HBR.HICK refrigerator without taint. ' All
sizes and styles ot this, as well as the Gibson
are shown in our basement.
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