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TUB BKK: OMAHA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 191
LOANED BLACKMY MONEY
Mn. Sadie Walker of Lincoln Takes
f Stolen Jewelry as Collateral.
UP BEFORE THE GRAND JURY
tinnniitn nuit Iliihlirrn Olvc Their
Tentlmoiir, Followed hy llnael
McVey nnd Krnnkle Wll
Until, nn Innintr.
Kvidencc now In the hands of the police
points to tho effect thnt Mrs. Sadie
Walker, night cigar counter clerk ut tho
Llndclt hotel, Lincoln, nan considerable
ot the Jewelry of Tony Clarletta secured
from the McVcy holdup on tho night of
January 15. Tho proof la In handwrit
ing by the woman, who made nn agree-
men to loan "Black Tony" on two.
dinner rings, ono with eighteen diamonds
nnd the other with thirteen diamonds, a
pair of half-carat diamond earrings nnd
somo other Jewelry of high value.
Tho agreement states that Mrs. Walker
was to receive 3.60 Interest for the use
of the monoy. making tho amount payable Cincinnati. Dayton. Columbus. Cleveland,
Miller of YM, O.A,
Goes East for Some
Newer Ideas on Work
J. V. Miller, for the last five, year
director of educational work In tho
Young Men's Christian association, left
Omaha last night for a two weeks'
trip for the purpose of studying educa
tional methods in city associations of the
cast, central and mlddlo west states. Ills
ultimate aim will bo to Improve and en
largo the. educational work of tho Omaha
association, which has grown steadily
from almost nothing five years ago to
lta present substantial basis.
"Our work, with an enrollment of MO
students, compares favorably with that
of othor associations In cities tho site of
Omaha," said General Secretary K. F.
penlson today. "Wo aim to greatly en
large and strengthen It, however, so avo
commissioning Mr. Mllrr to acquire Ideas
from other cities for the purpose."
'. Kansas City will first bo visited, after
which he will go to St. Louis, Louisville,
to her at $20. This total, however, 1ms
been raised to $50 In tho agreement.
Tell Different Stories.
Mrs. Walker and Clarletta were brought
before Chief of Detoctlves Maloncy this
morning and made contradictory state
ments against each other. Mrs. Walker
ald that Tony had worked at tlio Llndell
hotel eight days before he left for
Uenver, Hho has been arrested and is
being held qn a charge of being a sus
Clarletta was taken before tho grand
jury this morning at tho court house. lie
told his story of the crime and was on
the stand for a constdcrablo time.
Williams and Rosamond, the other two
confessed bandits in the case, followed
the gunmen on tho stand. Hazel McVey
nnd Frankle Williams, a girl Inmate of
the resort, also testified. The rest of the
persons who witnessed the affray arty'also
tinder summons to appear and testify.
Clarletta, Williams und Rosamond will
all be indicted on a chargo of murder In
the first degree or clso murdeY while
Motion for Retrial
of Father Williams'
Gasp in Higher Court
A motion' for a. rehearing and a brief
in support' of the motion was filed in
the supremos' court ycsterday"by Assistant
City Attorney Louis J. TeP6el, who rep
resents Father Williams, who was dis
franchised;'' under tho '"honest elections
law." 1 . '
In his brief To I'oel says tho "court
Detroit, Gary and Chicago.
Will Give Series of
Success Lectures at
Kellom Night School
Miss Cebclla Schaller, principal of the
Kellom night school, has struck a new
note In school teaching. A number of
representative citizens have been asked to
address the students on "Success." The
first of theso speakers was Rabbi Fred
erick Cohn, who spoke Thursday on tho
subject, 'The A, n, C of Success."
Other addresses will be: "Roadllig To
ward Success," Miss Edith Tobltt, city
librarian, tho evening of February 17;
"Health as an Aid to Success," J. Trult
Maxwell', "Character and Success," Henry
Kleser; "Keeping Tour Credit Good." W.
B. Weekes; "Choosing a Vocation," Ira
J. Beard. .
Mr. Maxwell will speak February U,
Mr. Klcsor March 3, Mr. Weekes March
10 and Mr. Beard March 17,
Only night school students at Kellom aro
Invited to these lectures, which are to bo
given at tho closo of tho regular evening
and Ball Promises
to Be Big Success
The committee on arrangements for tho
reception, ball and card party to be
given next Tucsdav evenlnir nt Huriirht
has misconstrued" the attorneys' conten- hall by Omaha Typographical union No,
tlon that tho law is unjust and dlscrlm
Father Williams' attorneys will seek to
show that the constitutional rights of
citizens aro violated and outraged by this
law:, that It does not In reality safeguard
the public from illegal voters, but by dls
rrlmlnatlng against the known natural
ized' voter in favor of the man who says
ho ip American born opens the way to
Tho election commissioner's Interpreta
tion of tho law is that a man who says
ho is. American born Is permitted, on this
unsupported assertion, to cast a .ballot,
but ,the man who was naturalized, even
for a lifetime, must' produce Ills natural
ization' pipers;'- :" - " -f
When Father Williams was denied the
righ'$ to vote tho matter was appealed
nnd the supreme court upheld' the election
150 to its membership and Invited guests
reports that plans have been practically
completed and the' affair will bo a suc
cess from every standpoint.
Threo connecting halls have been en
gaged to, take care- of the 400 or C0J people
expected to attend
To this affair local employers engaged
In tho'- printing business have been In
vited to bo present as guests of the em
ployes' organization, and acceptances
have been quite general.
Hon. C. D. Traphagen of Lincoln has
accepted tho Invitation to make the ony
auurcss ,oi, mo cvi'iims unu nas bciccicit
as his subjoct, "Better Kmployer and
Water Board Will
Buy Its Own Bonds
Purchase of 1(00,000 water bonds by the
metropolitan water district has been au
thorized by the, board of directors. The
plan.iH to save Interest on tho bonds, tho
district holding them until money Is
ueded, when they may .bo sold again, al
though attorneys have ralsod the point
thnt, -It 's probably n retirement of the
bonds, to purchase them and thnt a sec
ond sale would be illegal.
Mission Closes; No
Hungry Men to Feed
Because of the scarcity of uiietniloed
men who are in need of food unC with
out 'the money to pay lor It, the Cvl
vary mission, 116 North Tenth street
has been closed. An order euclvcd at
tho mission to supply 100 men for the
Ice harvest remains unfilled. Beginning
with Monday, permanent headtiuu: tors
for the mission will be opensd ot 7'uth
street and Capitol avenue.
A Steaming Hot Dish
. for Cold Nights
WJien the. air is snappy and you foel
like, having a steaming hot meal that
will put vim and life into you. try Faust
Book Winning Fame
Moro, honors to Miss Kora I. Shields,
teacher of English literature in tho Cen
tral High school, arc resulting to her
from tho recent publication of her book
let, "Foreign Literature In Translation!"
Miss Edith Tobltt, public librarian, has
received numerous requests for copies of
tho work from many prominent educa
tors and library authorities, Including
Western Itesorve unlvorslty at Cleveland,
and the- public library of New York City,
Tho booklet was published recently by
the library board, with funds presented
for the purposo by C. N. Dletz, Its presi
dent. The lssuo has already been almost
Miss Shields Is strictly an Omaha
woman, having been born nnd educated
here and at the University of Nebraska.
She Is a member of tho Kappa Alpha
"The work is a valuable tool for study
or library uso in its branch of lltera
turc," Miss Tobltt Bays. "It Is qulto
original and meets an urgent need."
When tho booklet was published she
sent a copy to each of tho largo libraries
of the country and now Is being
swamped with demands for moro copies,
Mrs, Markham Sues
Mrs. Sarah S. Markham, 53 years old,
widow of the "Jate J, H. Markham. for
merly associated in business with Con
gressman Lobeck, has brought suit in
i district court to recover JI.100 with Inter-
Servo It real hot cooked with ripe reddest due since 1907 on throe notes slgnc4
tomatoes. Sprinkle some powdered j by Lobeck.
cheese over. All you need to go along ' It Is said that Lobeck btcamo indebted
with It Is plain bread anil butter and to tho Markham estate and that ho gave
you'Ve got a meal that will surely touch jthe notes for $7W each payable to Mrs.
tho spot. Nutritious, too a 10c pack- Markham to cover the indebtedness. Thoy
uge of Faust Spaghetti contains four would have become outlawoj In a short
times more nutriment than a iound of ,tlmo bad suit not been started. It was
Girl's $4.98 Coats, $2.85
Chinchillas, llouclcs, Cordu
roys, Velvets, etc., apes 4 to 14
Send a Valentino
tp O SOMB6NK It shows to thet
J someone that out of the dull
ness of every day life omebod
Is flashing a golden message of
love, fellowship or happiness.
Splendid selection of valentine
and novelties Stationery 'Hectloa
Saturday, February 14, 1IUI.
KTOUE NKWS FOIt SATl'IlDAY.
Sixteenth and Harney Streets
Saturday Take Your Choice of Any Woman's
Cloth or Plush Coat
No matter if the price was
$20,00, $22.50, $25,00,
$27.50, $30.00 or even
$35. 00 all included in
this great clearaway, at $10
It's clearance time for us,
but wearing time for you
that's why we willingly ac
cept the loss now while you
can be benefited most
THE COATS aro ull this season's latest winter models embracing every clotli or plush garment
in our entiro stock coats from the best soiling lines formorly priced at $20.00, $22.50, $25.00,
$27.50, $30.00 and oven $35.00, all go out Saturday, choico for $10.00.
Tho rpaterials are tho vory best, including plushes,
boucles, diagonals, duvetyno, mixtures, broadcloths, etc.
It's indeed an extromo valuo giving occasion and too much stress cannot bo brought to bear
upon tho real bargain importance. Como early Saturday morning and tnko your choice for $10.00.
Come and Take Your Choice Saturday
From our Stock of Pony Fur Coats, $22,50
The former prices were $35, $45, $50 and even to $75.
A I f es' mcoc is s a "special" off oring and unless we uiJbs our guess
tJL HilL it will bo a busy day Saturday in this section of our big ready-to-wear
department. There's a score or moro of excellent models iroin which to rf (T Efl
make selection, all aro snleudidlv raado of the very best duality uony P M M OU
fur, painstakingly tailored and finished throughout, formerly $35.00, jk
Jp-iO.uu, ."jhju.uu aim oven (u.uu; very muui:uii tur ouiuruuy m
3urgss-Kash Co, Second Tloor.
Men's $1 and $1.50 Shirts at 69c
From the Tom Kelley Stock
KBLLEY Btock ot shirts, Including such
famous brnndM as Monarch, Lion brand,
Kelley Co. and others, colored or
white, percale and madrnH cloth,
all good, desirablo patterns. ICel
lcy's prico 1.00 and 11.00. Satur
BOc Silk Four-ln-llnnds nt 20c
cm?"1! A It A big lot of faiioy
J r v - 4-ln-hand ncck
tleo In a fixent selection of desir
able patterns anad colorings; for
merly 6c; saie price oaiuruoy ...... .
35o cotton or liils host, Saturday, pair. .laUo
Kelloy's a So Interwoven hose, Saturday. . .too
31.00 union suits or 3-plaoe garments 9 Bo
91.00 union suits or 3-pieoe garments 7Bo
Burgi-NBn Co. Main rioor.
MEN'S aoft hats,
broken lino of
bIzob. formerly J1.00
Kelley's $2.00 llntn, $1.48.
Stiff lints, host Bhanefl, standard
makes we ennnot advortlao,
Kelloy's prico $2.50, Ji AO
salo prico . . . . ; tp 1 .ttO
Kollcy's :t.00 lint, $2.20.
Schoblo mako, latest stylos In
stiff. Kelley h prico
$3, salo price
Plenty of These Dainty New
WAISTS, Saturday at $2.19
PLENTY for Saturday, but tho way
thoy aro being picked up every
day is certain ovidonco that thoy will
not last very long.
Thoy aro tndood protty now con
ceptions, ombraclug many styloB
Homo hand embroidered, othorn with (440,
Irish crochet yoke, whllo still others $
have low nock with frill of ifJne lace, fa
etc. Wo consider thorn extromo values. .
Burgs-Nub Co. B.ooad rioor.
2 Free Offers
in Toilet Goods
Tho dainty and lasting "La
Pctlto Geraldlne," or "Dlue
Fit EE Sheet Music.
Ono ot tho latest and best
songs: "In Beauty Land," by
II. Wakefield Smith.
Quarter ounce of this de
lightful perfume and a copy of
music given FREE to every,
purchaser of any of tho follow
ing high class toilet articles
Meloroso beauty creom, rougo
or faco powder 45d
Mnrguerlto Hylvn powder, cream
or rouge, at 45
La Pctlto Geraldlne toilet
water, at SI and 75d
Wlllard White Co.'s Vaucalro
Galega Tablets, the $1 site, 6
boxes for $5.00; per box, 80d
Vcsclflora hair tonic, $1 size,
Melorose nail polish, ut..25n
Bylva nail pollBh, at 256
The perfume and sheet mu
sic FREE to every purchaser of
any of the above. For Satur
day only In Toilet Goods Sec
tion, Main Floor.
WANTFDt At 0nce 1'000 Men 33 to 37 Bust Meas"
V? rill I lAJ lire to Come Here Saturday and Buy These
Suits and $
FORMERLY $17.30 TO $20.00.
IF YOU can wear a suit or overcoat of 33 to a" bust measure, hero
Is tho greatest opportunity to save $10 to $12.50 thnt'B boen of
fered by any store for a long tlmo. And It's doubtful If such an op
portunity will come again soon, so tako udvantago of It Saturday.
Men's $17.50 and $20.00 Suits at $7.50
Tho suits aro all wool worstods, serges, chovlots and tweeds; reg
ular sizes, 33 to 37; Norfolks, 52 to 42, and slims, 30, 37, 40 nnd 42
only. .Saturday, $7.50.
Men's $17.50 and $20.00 Overcoats, $7.50
Tho overcoats Include blue and gray chinchilla, gray, brown and
blue twlllB and fancy weaves, 62 Inches long, with whawl and convert
ible collars; sizes 33 to 37; formerly priced at $17.50 and $20.00.
Choice Saturday, $7.50.
ODUPI A I ! MEN'S KUITH AND OVERCOATS Q Crt
OlLiHiLl Formerly priced $10, Saturday, at...$J.)U
Choice of Men's $1.98 to $5 Pants at $1.50
Any pair of men's pants In stock, formorly $1.08, $2.50, $2.98 and
$5.00 for $1.H0. Thero's a largo assortment for nolectlon, rA
wldo range of materials, Including blue sorges and mixtures, P J OU
all sizes, 32 to 4Clnch wnlst measure; your choico Satur- 3
day, per pair
Burg.ss-ITash Co. laln rioor
Formerly $7.50 to $10, for
All sizes, made of plush
es, bouoles, astrakhan,
diagonals-, etc., good styles.
$1.00 Underwear, 59c
Womon's whllo and natural
gray union suits, nil slzos rep
resented, formorly CO
$1.00, ench 07C
$1.25 Sweaters, 79o
Men's exrfa heavy rlbbod
sweaters, coat atylcB, all slies,
each S ZC
Men's Hoso, 7y2o
Men's heat'y worsted finish
hose, blue or natural gray col
or, formerly 12c, -r 1
pair 2 C
$1.C0 Undorwear, 50o
Mon'e heavy wool and wool
mixed shtrta or drawers,
broken lots, formerly eA
$1.Q0. each OUC
;Burgess-Nash Oo:--Everybody'8 Store 16th and Harney;
the finest tenderloin Hteak.
Cut down on your meat bills and cat
Faut Spaghetti oftener. Hake It th
chief meal at least twice a week; a a
Hide dlt.li servs frequently. Writo for
free recipe book. Buy a package at your
croce-r'H today 5c and 10c.
St. Ixiuls Missouri
said also that Lobeck during tho last po
litical campaign promised to make a
substantial payment on the notes if suit
were not then started, but that he has
failed to do so.
Friends of Lobeck asserted that no
xltIous charge was involved In the case
and that he had always acknowledged
! his indebtedness and had Intended to pay
'it. Mrs. Markham Is now making her
I home at North Rend.
EGG PRICESBIT LOWER
Twenty-Eight Cents a Dozen Going
Price at -Some Big Stores.
BUTTER MOVES DOWN ONE CENT
Hothouse Veffetnblci, Illgli, While
Cllrus Fruit Is llrlnic Offrreil
Clioup mill In Irfirto
week and will fell at from 15 to 9) cents
California oranges range from 1! cents
to 30 cents per doren. This is the height
of tho orange season and tho grocery
stores ure flooded with oranges.
til th 0rl(lMl and tiaulni
GET INTO FIGHT OVER WHO
I WAS GREATEST PRESIDENT
I Sam and Betty Kus, colored, residing
at Thirteenth and Davenport streets, were
arrested at Twelfth and Davenport on a.
chargo of disturbing the peace by fight
ing. The argument arose over who was
the greater president, Lincoln or Wash
ington, and in police court Friday morn
inir the controversy bid fair to ba started
Fof'InfanU,kvalks,andGrowmgch3drea., all over again. Judge Foster in seir-de-PureNulridoo.upbuildingthewholebody.
"'. et the Plr BO wlth a ''sty-day
Invigoratcsthenurtingmotherancltlieaged. am and c'ea"
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form. ' 1 or ."
A, Hkk lEBcll prepa tag. furt VTt." after
Take BO f BMUtBte. AsktorHOKLK.A.5. bring dragged over a gravel road bl.
Another drop In the price on sgs since
last week greets tlio housewife. Fresh
eggs are now selling at some of tho large
grocery stores at SS cents per dozen. A
steady decline in the price of eggs has
been noticeable for several weeks and
the cold spell has not caused them to
Creamery butter Is dqwn to 30 ennts,
whereas it was selling at 31 cents lost
Hugar is selling at JUS per 100-pound
rack of cane and S4.C0 per 100-pound sack
of beet sugar. It Is going twenty-two
pounds for fl.
Cranberries are still on the market,
although this Is nearing the end of tho
cranberry season. They are now selling
at 15 qenta per quart.
Fresh hothouee rhobarb has reached
the Omaha markets and is selling at 10
cents a hunrh. Ripe tomatoes are still
coming in in small quantities and selling
at 10 cents a pound The best of the pln
upples pre to nn hr market nxt
SIXTY DAYS IN JAIL
FOR ASSAULTING WOMAN
A. Fisher, coal dealei, living ut 1621
Leavenworth street, wus sentenced by
Pollco Judge Foster to sixty days In
the county jail by reason of a charge of
assault and battery brought against lUm
by Mrs. Arthur Hurd. l Houth Nine
teenth street. Mrs. Hurd testified thnt
tho man entered her house and at
tacked her, but was frightened away
by her screams. Fisher, who is married
and has four children, declared that
two of his four children are sick In
bod with diphtheria. lie said his housu
Is under quarunttue, but was unable lj
explain how ho happened to be ut large.
Owing to threats made against hor by
I'lslisr, Mrs. Hurd eoourd a peace war
rant against the man In Judge Unit's
court, and which woa served at police,
Confined to Room
HOME, Feb. H.-Charles A. Comlikey.
president of the Chicago club of the
American base bull league, was again
confined to bed today, suffering from
stomach trouble. I'rof. Oluscpp Bus
tlnelll, who was In attendance, forbade
him from leaving for Nlro tonight with
the members ot the visiting base bnll
Tim teams were obliged to abandon
the idea of playing a game here owlnc
to wet grounds. Although the weather
was fine today tho arena of thu stadium
had been transferred Into a morass by
the continual downfall of the last week.
Thero was much disappointment. Th
last base ball game played by Ameri
cans In Home took place In 1SS3.
Young Men's Christian association build
ing Is nfo a boosting center for Omaha.
It Is in charge of Itev. Julius F. Sen ware,
CITIZENS MEET AND FAVOR
PURCHASE OF AUDITORIUM
At n meeting of about slxtyflva or
seventy citizens headed by C. M. Wll
holm, It was doolded to appoint a com
mittee of men from the seven leading or
ganizations of Otrmlia to confer with the
ownoro of the Auditorium for the pur
ihnse of tho property. The meeting was
held at the Commercial dub and an al
most unanimous approval was manifested
In behalf of taking over the Auditorium
and keeping It as a, city institution.
J W. METCALFE GOES TO
MEETING OF SECRETARIES
J. W. Metcalfe left last evonlng
for St. Taul. whero he is to attend tha
first mealing of tha Secretaries of Retail
associations from all over tho United
(Hates. The meeting is to- be held Mon
day and Tuesday, when the secretaries
aro to organise a national association.
Feel Constipated, Bilious, Headachy?
Take Cascarets Tonight Dime a Box
COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL
DINE W. 0. W. OFFICERS
Th Commercial club will give a com
plimentary dinner in honor of V. A.
Vraser, sovereign commander, and the
executive council of the Woodmen of the
World Tuuulay evening at 0 o'clock.
ileserVAtloiis are r-"V being made
BOOSTS FOR OMAHA
"Omaha A City of Activities and Op
portunities," Is the subject of a five
page illustrated article In The Great
Lakes Presbyterian, a weekly church
publication. The Date City, and espe
cially Its Presbyterian pastors' and
ahurches, are adequately discussed In
cnneatlon with the growth and devel
opment of the middle west. Pictures of
the ministers and some of the churohes
re printed In connection with tho article,
which Is not only of particular Interest
to local Presbyterians, but also to the
city In genera).
The rresbyterlan headquarters In the
No odds how Lad your liver, stomach
or bowels; how much your head aches,
I tow miserable ami uncomfortable you
aro from constipation. Indigestion, bilious
ness and sluggish Intestines-you always
get the floslred results with Caac&reta.
They end the headaens, biliousness, dla
liners, nervousness, sick, sour. y
stotnaclu They cleanse your IJver and
Bowels or all the sour bile, foul gases
and constipated matter which Is produc
ing the misery. A Cascaret tonight will
straighten you out by mornlng-a lo-cent
box keeps your head elcar, stomach
sweet, liver and bowel regular, and Q
feel cheerful and bully for mouths.
vNoo PP PRICE 10 cents!
ASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU QLEEB.
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