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THE BEE; OMAHA, FJUDAY, JAOTAItY 2.7, 1914.
"Seatinen" Pillow Tubing
Iti Our January Linen Sale
The good wearing quality of this
imported tubing has been too often
demonstrated to need mention here.
- Heretofore the price has b6en
rather high, but now with the tariff
removed,, together with the fur
ther reduction of January prices,
"Sea Linen" is extremely desirable.
40-in. "Sea Linen" Tubing,
formerly 35c a yard,
now. . . v
444n. "Sea Linen" Tubing,
fortnerly 40c a yard, or
now , . .
90-inch "Sea Lirion" Sheeting, formerly 70c a
Tlie FiHr Shop
Hoe-these bracing January
days milady needs a fur
jiece, ,Ohdice, reliable furs,
offered- at - Substantial' and'
fenuine reductions during
$5a.0O Skunk Muff, $35.00.
Just one example of the re
ductions. Mink, Mole, Fox, Lynx are
included this year in tho reductions
JANUARY LINEN SALE
Table Damask Jby the yard :
$1.75 Scotch Bleached Damask, now $1.25 a yard.
$1.50 Scotch Bleached Damask, now $1.10 a yard.
$1.50 Silver Bleached Damask, now $1.10 a yard.
$1.75 "Heavy Bleached- Napkins, Friday only, 95c a dozen.
$2.00 Heavy Bleached Napkins, Friday only, $1.25 a dozen.
$3.25 Heavy Bleached Napkins, Friday only, $2.25 a dozen.
$8.75 Heavy Bleached Napkins, Friday only, $5.00 a dozen.
HOmitp AWD SIXTEENTH STREET
'MEW DES KOINES TERMINAL
Xartfcwettern It Axkiag to Have it
in' Heart of'Citv.
' f "
?iqke; to ..cxtea, THE RIVER
To Jeln with Mae ot.lBterorban to
Perry la' -BaUdlttif' Citation on
Orand A-venne, West of
(From a tSnft Correspondent.)
PES MOINES, Jan. S2.-Speclal Tel
cRrum.) An effort is being made by the
Northwestern railroad to arrange for a
new terminal In Pes, Moines. It la said to
be tho plan to havo the tracks croaa the
river In. .the heart of tho city and Join
with tho line of (he Itnerurban to Perry
in building a station on Grand avenue
on the west aide of the river, Tho
rowth et baulnesa found, the present
Northwestern station has made It hard
to conduct the business from that point.
Three Parties Enter
Pight for Congress
DAVENPORT. Ia.. Jan. .-Charles P.
Ilanley. city attorney of Muaeatlnn. tvo.
nominated for congressman by the Second
1. r - -I".. : .
non, ceiiverefl.jin -address and. resolutions
were adoriV);rjng hnaorrtl, avn4
state protS&veatforrnS'pMaat -yea.
All thro paMITjbwat'e anflVdaes In
the field. Each notable. l-a city attor
ney. The repuWler.jaanicd.,V,E.
Hayes of Clinton yesterday ap4 'thdernN
ocraU will support, henry vplfimr oX
DavcnporU ' '
Ryan,' 'bane lu.Court. ,
WATJSBLOa la., Jan. 12.-(8peclal Tel
cgram.) Preliminary hearing of J, T.
Ryan, formerly passenger and freight
agent qfiho Chicago, Rock Island A Pa
cific road in this city, on charge of em
hcxzTement was called this afternoon. K.
II. McCoy, assistant county attorney, Is
prosectlpfrur the case, while J. T. Bulllyan,
lias been engaged' u counsel by the de
Mhthflr! Mother! Vnnr flrnoo Qilr rV,iu
Needs Only California Syrup of Figs"
If fretful, Xsverjshcontipated,
tylioos or 'tonguQ coated give .
"fruit laxative" at once.
No. matter what alls your child a laxa
Uve. should be the first treatment given.
Lople at the tongue, monther! If
coatfcd, It Is k sure sign your "little
tme'rf' stomach, liver and bowels need a
gentle, thorough cleansing at once.
When cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesn't
ilcep eat or act naturally; If breath
Is bab, stomach sour, system full of cold,
throat sorr, or If feverish, give a tea
apooAfui of Caljfornla , Sirup o? i'lgs
andifci Just a fe'w Wurs'all the clogged
up, Constipated waste, bour bile ami up
ilgofceytlsWU 71)1 sv'tiily move but of the
63-inch "Sea Linon" Shoot
ing, formerly 50c A AA
a yard, now,
72-inch-"Sea Linen" Sheet
ing, formerly 55c a Ma
yard, now TtTtC
WJatch for tomorrow
A great value giving
OF JAPANESE ISSUE
(Continued from rage One.)
tlated, It appeared, depended first ot all
on tho settlement of the debatable ques
tion of whether California had violated
the present treaty.
Johnson Refnaea io Comment.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jon. dovernor
Johnson refrained today from making any
domment upon tho Japanese request to
tho Department of State for a more satis
factory solution of the dlplorriatto differ
ences over tho California alien land laws.
"The request of Japan," said Governor
Johnson, "Is a matter to be handled by
the national government through Its
diplomatic agencies and it would not be
proper for me to make any comment at
HOME ECONOMICS GIRL
IS CHAMPION ATHLETE
AMES, la,, Jan. SL-(Epclal.)-MIts
Isabel Dyer, a home economics junior
girl, is the champion feminine athlete In
Amos. She Is from Nevada, la., and Is a
sorority woman, a PI Phi. Silver trophies,
medals and honorary women'a athletic
,"Aa" havo been heaped upon her one
.'after another for nromlorntiln In aiVi-
Wlca.'ller hobbles aro.basket ball, hockey
ana coif. As a freshman she made the
"basket ball' team, and sho "won "As" In
basket ball and h,bckey. Jn her' sophomore
year. For winning the first fibfcl tourney
ever held at Ames, which wa k-ua. year,
Wm was awarded, a medal and a silver
'trophj The silver trophy is one of the
two evr'tranted. She holds three medals.
Iorra Mem J'ote.
DENISON The Denlaon Commercial
club has elected as officers for the com
ing year: B. Brodersen. president; Hugo
Gilbert, vice president: Roy E. Mote, sec
retary, and Maurice Nielsen director. On
Friday evening a banquet wilt be held
In the club rooms, at wllch time offi
cers will bo installed.
DENISON-The question of buying the
electric lighting plant of this city and
Issuing bonds for 6S,000 to pay for It will
bo voted 6n Thursday, noth men and
women will be allowed to vote. Tho prop,
oiltion i will probably carry, as there Is a
decided feeling In favor of trying city
bowels and vou have a well,, playful child
Sick children needn't h cr,x., n .v.
this harmless fruit laxative. Millions of
mothers keep It handy because they know
its action on the stomach, liver and
bowels Is promfit and'sur. Th
knowm little given today eaves a sick
emia tomorrow. .
AsR your-druggist for a BO-cenr tint.
tie of "California Syrup of Flga,"' which
contains directions for babies, children
of all axes and for grown-ups plainly
on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits
sold her. Ge.t the genuine, Hinder by
-v.aiiornia n tfyrpp company." Ile
tuse any other kind with contemot Ad
PLOT TO STEM UNION ROLL
Mineri' Agent Slugged on Trin
Tells Story to Convention.
LURED BY A BOGUS TELEGRAM
Lorn I ni Fronltinrsr, Md,, I seret
One nuil .Same Knfrar of Or
Knnlsntlon In Ilnck of
INDIAN'APOMS, Ind., Jan. 22.-I.lBht
on the attack of W. Ilodda,' on the Balti
more & Ohio train early Monday, was
Riven In the convention ot the UnltcU
Atlne Workers of America today. Rodda,
who la president of a secret local union
at Frostburg. Md., In a weak voice, told
his story of tho attack.
Itoddtt eald ha received a teleRra.11
signed by William Ford, who organised
tho local and was In Indianapolis to rep
resent the district, asking him to bring
tho seal of tho local nnd the books con
talnlng tho names of the. membership to
Indianapolis. Tho Maryland mtner said
when he bought his ticket ho saw a man
named Bltvey, a stranger In the local,
also at tho station. Silver said ho was
going to Indiana also.
Rodda said Hllvey asked him to take a
drink with him while on the train, but
no refused, lie did, however, ongage In
a game of cards, saying he believed he
couM watch fellvey better. While tho
game proceeded, Ilodda said ho was
grasped from bohlnd and then was hit
on .the head.
"My cries awoke the car. hut my as-
sallants escaped," said Ilodda. "one going
out the rear door arid tho ;athcr out the
front.' A preacher of the name of Bhepp
ley of Scllcrsburg. Md tripped one of
iho'mcn, but he got away."
Uelegata Ford denied that he had sent
tho telegram to Rodda and said ho was
very much surprised to see IWdfla here.
President JoHn F. -While characterised
the assault as one of the "most brutal
acts of tho Interests opposed to tho
union," and said that some action must
bo taken to bring tho gullly parties to
Justice. The convention adopted a reso
lution giving the International officers
power to proceed In any manner they
find possible to Investigate tho assault.
Hmoltttlon Are Adopted.
Among tho resolutions passed favorably
by tho convention wero the following:
'Favoring govornment ownership of nil
public utilities, especially tho coat mines;
favoring tho passage by congress of a
law providing for old ago pensions;
sanctioning appropriation by the federal
government of I7&2.00O for the bureau of
mines, as recommended by Secretary of
the Interior lAno and asking congross
to pass a law prohibiting railroad and
street car companies colloctlng fares
from passengers not provided with
James C, Walters, president of tho
Trades and Labor congress of Canada,
told of tho labor movement In the domin
ion and especially of the successful fight
mado by the congress to obtain an
amendment "exempting labor organiza
tions from tho provisions of the combines
Investigation act," which he said was
similar to the Bliermnn anti-trust law uf
tho United States.
(Continued from Page one.)
Tenth street und stole pistols, dirk knives
On tho day before the robbery they
met the third man, whom the police
designate as "Oney," and he, too. was
made a member of the, .band. Vllldms
declares that although the trio were
friendly, they did not exchango personal
confidences, such as names, etc., and
for this reason he could not give the
police information regarding the present
wheraabouts ot his companions In the
All Plans AVell Laid.
They had their plans ot robbing the
resort and their escape all made In ad
vance, and from tho minute that Will-
tarns entered tho resort and said "Well,
kid, wo'ro back again," to tho MoVey
woman who answered tho door bell, each
man knew his part In the little drama.
Williams, after tho first drink, sud-
denly remembered that he had to uso
the telephone, and he went into the
kitchen for the purpose ot cutting the
wires with a dirk knife stolen from the
pawnshop1. lie afterwards covered with
a revolver Mlts ftlcVey, who waa In the
kitchen, and robbed her while his com
rades took caro ot the Inmates and
guests In the dance hall.
It was while he was with Miss MoVey
that tho sliootinsf occurred. "Btondy"
fired the shots and afterwards explained
to him that Nlckell'a nervousness caused
him to think that the young man eom
temptatcd resistance, ahd he shot Just as
Nlckell pulled down his hands.
Williams said he had a low dollars of
his own and that previous to the rob
bery he gave "Btondy" money to buy
new clothes so that entrance might be
effected without auspldon. "Blondy" Is
from Chicago, Williams Bays, and "Oney"
is a waiter and cook with no permanent
Making Their Escape.
Immediately after the robbery the
three separated, but all headed for the
Havens hotel. In roundabout directions.
Williams had all ot the Jewelry and
money. When they met at tho Havens
hotel they got tbelr suitcases and walked
to tho Millard hotel, each taking a dif
ferent street, but timing himself so as to
get there at, the same time aa the others.
As they arrived, a Council Bluffs car
headed tovyard the bridge stopped Just
as tho bandits had planned It would,
and tbey, boarded It. but they sat apart
and pretended to be strangers. They got
oft at the Northwestern depot In Coun
cil Blutta about a minute before the east
bound train pulled out, and they boarded
it, riding the "blinds" and "tender." By
the time tho Omaha police knew ot the
crlmo they we're well across Iowa.
The train pulled Into Ames, la., early
In tho morning and the bandits dropped
off and repaired to a secluded spot near
the stock yards, where, by the light
of tho stolen flashlights, they divided
their spoils. Fifty dollars each Waa the
division of the money, and the Jewelry
apportioned aa evenly aa possible.
After the division, "Blondy" was again
upbraided for hts heartlossness, And
after a little dlscusston they boarded a
freight train for Dea Moines.
Thero It waa agreed that all were to
go to Kansas City, and then spilt up
until the following Tuesday, when they
wcro to meet In the tit George hotel
on Main street.
Williams says' when "tiicy arrived in
Kansas City he bade his partners in
crlmo fajrll and haa npt een them
since. He went to Skldmurc, Mo, to
Suits to Order
Reduced from $25 and $30
'These nrc fine nil wool
goods. We Use good trim
mings nnd gunrnntee good
work and n perfect fit.
A tnilor made suit fits
bettor nnd wears longer
than even the best ready
mades. Have your clothes made
304-306 South 16th St.
meet Mary Parrish, and then came back
to St. Joseph with her. When he went
to Kansas City tho first time, he saw
Detectives Fleming and Murphy In the
depot looking around for him. and he
took care to keep out of .night.
Until ho was arrested by the detectives
nt BL Joseph, with Mary Parrish.
girl did not know of Williams' con
nection With tho McVey robbery, he
Both say that they were going from
St, Joseph to South Dakota, where Will
iams said he had a ranch, and that they
wero to be married.
Tho woman received Only 110 ot the
money from the robbery and then ahe
did not know Where it camo from. This
money sho apent for clothes.
Litnirhs nt the Officers.
Williams tells an incident that hap
pened at St. Joseph. When arrested,
Fleming and Murphy told tho officer who
locked him up to search him thoroughly,
l'hls was done, and although ho had four
alnmondB In his trousers pockets, this
pocket'B treasure escaped notice Jt was
while In hl celt In St. Joseph that he
made tho shield from a piece of Jeather
and hid tho diamond. Tho 'next morn
ing FJemtng won his confldenco and he
gave them up, and admitted his con
nection with tho crime.
Williams told Commissioner Ryder
that he was born in Indlanolo, la.,
twenty-six yoars ago, nnd that his par
onts died when ho was 15.
"Just Drifting Around."
Slnco that tlmo lie has been drifting
about from place to place. Ho lived In
Council Bluffs for a Whllo nmt
turned cowboy In Madrid, Neb. In I80
no was arrested,. at Keytovllle, Mo., for
highway robbery and served threo years
and njn.e months .at Jefferson City.
He coroo to Omaha In September and
worked at the Millard hotel as dish
washer. On rhrlilm.b t. w
. - - - ........ iiu ijicb .uuiy
Parrish again, tho first time ho had seen
ner in two years. They havo been
fricridly over since, arid Wllltahia said'
ho Has' endeavored1 ib get the woman to
marry" hlhi. tl' '"Cf.
"Oney ascordlng to Williams; is. .a
drifter and a cook. 'Blondy" -was' "Just
a bum," but evidently a good Crook, be
causo ho knew firearms' very well. It
was he who hod two pistols during tho
robbery. Tho others only had one each.
These pistols1 were afterwards put in
a suitcase with' 'some clothing, nnd tho
suitcase Is now Ih "Bforfdy's" possession.
Declares U'ther'a Innocent.' .
Williams emphatically declares that
from tho descriptions and plctureiTot the
men now under arrest for connection
with the crime, he knows that the police
havo not tho other two in custody hero
or any place else.
Lawrence Gilbert, the man arrested by
Detectives Dunn and Kennedy yestcrady
and identitltd aa the third man, known
to some as "Onoy," was not connected
wlti tho crime, Williams Bays. He de
clares that ho knows Gilbert and played
cards with him, but that Gilbert la in
nocent and Is not "Oney."
Gilbert vehemently disclams guilt, too,
but the police will hold, him' nevertheless,
aa both Marie Miner, housekeeper at the
Havens hotel, and Haiti McVoy declare
that they are sure that ho is one of the
three. The police aro Inclined to bellevo
that Gilbert, la really "Oney," and that
Williams Is' shielding him. ,
Williams is locked Up In the city Jail
with a charge ot murder lodged against
Detectives ComtnK Home.
Detectives Fleming and Murphy will re
turn to Omaha today to pick up new
threads In the chase under supervision
of Captain Maloney, They searched alt
pawnshops in Kansas City, hoping to re
cover some of the Jewelry, bttt their ef
forts were fruitless, telegraphic advices
last night stated. J. R. Brown, arrested
at Kansas City yesterday for' the Omaha
crime la tint now tnnUBTit tn hA rmn nf
the bandit trio, and will probably be re
TREI.S OF OTHER CIUMES HERE
Williams Recounts Several Rob
berlfta nnd Holdnpa.
A detailed confession of his operations
In Omaha, previous to the MoVoy episode,
was. written by Joe Williams. In the of
fice of the chief of detectives yesterday,
and reads aa follows:
"On January II, me and my pals met
and robbed the store of' Max Kaplan's
on South Tenth street, where we got &
pair ot field glasses, four guns, four re.
volvera, a. dirk ku!ia and a box ot shells.
Wo then .went, to , Twenty-second and
Harney streets, '-where we stuck up a
man, getting K.10 and a watch. After
directing him to beat it up Harney street,
wa vne'nt to Seventeenth and Davenport,
whero we stopped a second man, but
didn't get anything from him. From
thero we returned .to tho Havens hotel.
"The next night, we met in the evening
at Sixteenth and Chicago streets, went to
Sputb .Omaha and- stuck up v cigar storo
at Twebly-aixttT arid.' O streets. My pal
went tn lrt.,-ajid backed the, proprietor
into a Tear room at xne poini'or nis .35.
I came In later and had turned out the
lights and taken off my ha and coat
when a customer entered the shop and
asked for a tin of Prince Albert tobacco.
I got it for him and made chinre for a
quarter when ha said, This tisn't good
enough for me.' Well maybe thta is,
you -i , and I stuck a .S3 under his
nose and backed him In the rear room.
I then took the keys to the shop, from
the cigar man, locked the front-door, fin
Uhcd.'prilltlng'out tho lights and tapped
the till, getting llfl. In the back room I
(torq.4JDltaprnxlelpr;f Jjcd. But did not
i unyuung. l JUieu my pockets with
tlgars and my pal and I left by the back
door, locking It after us, We then tools
it street car bank to Omaha, and at tho
Havens hotel split tjio haul. From then
until we robbd tmvMcrVcy jMnirwir never
turned a trifck.
Add to Other Yarn.
Williams' story of the holdup is the
same as appeared In tho mornlntr edition
of The Bee, -th the exception that. the
bullet flrei: atj ndiraorl iby". ,"3lndy!
Passed through tho( dlnfhg ..room, door of.
tho MoVey resort nndi 'missed WllllaW
by less than naif ri fp "This Is. i. t
have done 4ilnVe' lavb been Itr this ttty.
I will close this llttto story. Respectfully,
Joe WIHlams,"-Is 4he,wWay-the ban.dlt
ends his confession. ,' . .
Mary Parrish st'ate'd.-that It was her
Intention to haV.d fcia;rri.?l Williams In
Kansaa City if ho had.aono to work nn.l
Proven able ia support her. Sho avowed
jshe heard of -the Totiblery, for tho flfs't
time, jusi Deioro leaving 5t.Josoph in
, tho company, of Omaha: officers. Williams
vuiiimiicu iuia nimcmcnt ana begged the
newspaper representatives not to Impli
cate her with his gang, as sho had noth
ing to do with It. Both denied over being
In Conception, Mo., stating they went to
St. Joseph together from Skldmorc. Mss
Parrish declared she went to Skldmoro
tho Sunday following Christmas. Wil
liams and Miss ParrlBh met In an em
ployment agency at Sixteenth and Chi
cago streets over tvrQjyears ago, and had
been together frequently since their meet
ing. . i '
S m oil p Conllnnonsly,
Williams, continuously smoking cigar
ettes, laughed and Joked" with overyono
who approached htm. One of tho report
ers, sticking "his head into tho cniCf 0
detectives' office, trna hailed by his first
name ..from, the (bandit, who had played'
base balbwtth tho scribe In their younger
days. "Tou- follow rustle me about four
bottles" of Met andl'll give you a big
yarn." .declared tKg outlaw, When told
he W,ould-have td .stay dry, "That'a sure
tough'was ins adawer.4
Toward, noon':iftsel MeVei',. accom
panied, hy one.di'the women who waa In
tho resort .at the time of tho shooting,
appeared at headquarters and upon hort
flrat , islght- of Williams, announced,
''That'a .the man that held me up."
Your right. Miss MoVey,' but'tol ithenr
for me that I didn't, murder Anyone as
they havo me booked," begged "Williams.
Commissioner Hydar,, -wh.wjaj: Jjead
quarters tho greater parCqr.thMrwrnlnfcV
sealed Williams' ffrst SbnTessTon ftTwhlch
three newspaper roen, affixed ..their alg-,
natures as, witnesses. , . , t
to Japan Returns
and Pg,y.s His Fine
NEW YORK, Jan. 22.-Abraham S.
Rosenthal, a silk Importer, returned
from twelve years' self-imposed exile In
Japan and pleaded guilty on an Indict
ment resulting from tho so-called Jap
anese silk .frauds Investigation of 1902.
Ho was fined f 10,000, nhlch he Imme
.Rosenthal and Martin I.. .Cohn, his
partner In the firm . of A. Rosenthal &
Co.. wero charged with, defrauding tho
customs service of several, hundred
thousand dollars by .undervaluation of
Importations ot Japanese silk. ,
. Charles 8. Brown, o silk examiner In
'.the appraisers' store's, .was indicted' with
n. . ..( ....
mem .ur ocuuiiiK in ino entry qi. taise
Invoices. Rosenthal fled abqiit the tlmo
bf his indictment.' ' ; " '
When the federal government asked for
Rosenthal's extradition, Japan declined
to give him up, standing on tho fugitive's
claim of being a British subject,
Tho cose presented, somo phases novel
In International law, because the charge
In the Indictment originated in Yokohama.
There the silk waB purchased, tho cases
packed nnd. the fraudulent Invoces made
out. For moro than a 'decade Rosenthal
remained safe In Ms asylum, but recently
his desire to return to this country be
came so strong .that he began tho nego
tiations which led to final settlement of
the case. "
Year and Half for
SIOUX FAI.tS,'1 T.: 'inn. a.-tSpe-cla).)
Sentenced ii term ofdhe' year
and six months In'tho Slbifx fra'tls' peni
tentiary for chicken n8tea"Hns': '""Charles
Dean or "Sioux Falls 'wlll havV a long
time in "which to rjoVKJe bvcf his error
In stealing thoroughbred ' "chicken's In
stead of the common typo. Ue-'bolleved
ho was stealing ordinary chickens, but
It developed that the chickens found
dead In his possession were, thorough
breds, tho aggregate1 value of the eight
chickens being sufficient to make his
offense grand larceny penltontlary
offense. Had the. stpjeo chtekfina been
of the Qrdlnary . Wnd,.hj,o9uldr haye been
Laxative Bromo Quinine
ueb rue world bvm tb ouhc a eoia in bhe bay.
Always remember the full name.
,tox this siffnaturo on every box.
OLD FOLKS FIND NEW
Drives Rheumatic Pains Away,
Relieves Backache and Blad-
der Disorders After. A
Few Doses Are
Sleep disturbing bladder weaknesses,
backache, rheumatism and the many
other kindred ailments which so com
monly come with declining years, need
no longer bo a source ot dread and
misery to those who are past tho middle
age ot life.
The new discovery, Croxbne, over-
comes all disorders becaute it removes
the very cause ot the trouble. It soaks
right Into the fddneys, through the walla
and linings; cleans out the little filter
ing glands and cells, and gives the kid
neys new strength to do their work
properly. It neutralizes and dissolves the
polsono'us uric acid aubstancea that lodge.
in the Joints and muscles, causing rheu
matism, and makes the kidneys filter
Imnnrtonl AnnniinnnmnntT f
inifiui lain niiiiuuiiuoiiiciiti
TAKE YOUll CHOICE SATURDAY
From the entire Julius Orkln stock of ladles' Suits,
Coats, Dresses and Ftlro thai formerly sold Up to
425.00, at the ridiculously low price of $7.50. This
wiU be the banner sale ot the season.
Any Tailored Suit
ixrmt soiu n inert as
(That sold ns high as 925)
Any Set of Furs
(That sold ns'ltlgh as $25)
Any Ladies' Coat
(That fiohl As'hlgh nt $35)
Every garment positively from
wntcn ior compicro details of
charged- with, no- more aerltfus an of
fenso,than petit ,!ar$ri;,' arid the punish
ment would havo been a. fine or a short
term In. Jail. Withjn throi day of the
time he stole the chickens 'lie was ar
restedi nenterieedV and-.commenced serv
ing his term In the penitentiary.
TO DEATH AT PABKEti, S. D.
PRKEIt, S. D., Jan. 2-(8pep!al Tel
egram.) William J. McCoy, a prominent
yoUng farmer here, Wife and one Child,
Marvin, were burned to death In their
hemic about 7:S0 this morning. They had
returned from mass an hour before. Mrs.
McCoy and son went to bed to rest and
Mr. McCoy went to tho barn to do chores.
Ho heard screams and looking 6ut bt tho
barn, saw the ho'me in flames. He also
was burned to death trying to reach his
COZAD, Neb., Jan. 22. Noble M. Ander
son of Gothenburg, and Miss IUith O.
Brown were married In Cozad at the
home of tho brldo's parents at noon yes
terday. How Bryant Howe ot Central
City, Neb., officiating. The groom is one
ot Gothenburg's prosperous young busi
ness men, born and reared there. The
brldo Is a native ot Cozad, daughter; of
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Brown and a most
accomplished and popular young woman.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson after a short
honeymoon trip will bo at home In
Key to the' Situation Bee' Advertising...
PAPILT.ION, Neb., Jan. 22.-John
Jewett, a pioneer Of Sarpy1 County, died
of ' heart trouble at his home here Just
after noon Wednesday. Ho was 64 'years
Of age and had lived Ih this county since
1669. in 1874 he ' married "Miss Harriet
Coburn, and theirs was the first cere
mony performed by Judge Gow of Belle
vuc. Mr. Jewett Is survived by his agod
wife and five daughters, Mrs. Helen Saw
yer, Mrs. Alma A. Simard, Mrs. Edith
Obergbell and Miss Carrie Jewett, all ot
Montana, and Miss Eunice Jewett ot
Fapllllon and four sons, Guy of Fair
view, Mont.; Silas, Calvin and Francis
of this place. He also leaves three broth
ers, Calvin Jewett of this place nnd
Charles and Kllhu Jewett of Boise,
Idaho. The funeral services will be con
ducted at the home Sunday afternoon at
2 .o'clock, with Interment In Schaab'a
IV. 11, Chnnccller.
FAinunY. Neb., Jan. 22. (Special.)
William H. Chancellor, a Jefferson county
pioneer and civil war veteran, died at
his home at the little town of Steele
City, southeast of Falrbury. He was past
72 years of age.
V. (i, nonsey.
FAIRBUItV, Neb., Jan. 22.-(Speclal.)-V.
G. Rousey, one of tho oldest men In
Jefferson county, passed, away at the
.home of his daughter, Mrs. M. P. Daw-
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