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THE BEE: OALAHA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914.
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30c quality 25c a yard.
35c quality 29c a yard.
50c quality 35c a yard.
A Special Sale Friday
of Wash Goods Remnants
Greatly reduced prices on ginghams,
percales, printed madras, crepes, ratines, etc.
MCWID AMP SDCnCKKTM -
Man Who Would Buy !
House for Goethals
Charged with Fraud
WASHINGTON", Feb. tt.-Itobert An
drew Hamilton, 37, who says ha Is a civil
engineer employed by the Canadian Ta
cltlo railway, was arrested horo today by
postoftlce Inspectors on a charso of hav
ing used the malts with Intent to defraud.
They charged lilm with connection vrii
a project which mailed circulars to
mayors of. 700 cities soliciting contrlbu
tlons to a $&0,C00 fund to buy a home lor
Colonel OeorB W. Goethals. Hamilton
protected to Mio postofflce authorities and
the police that he was a great admirer
of Colonol Oocthato and Intended to with
hold from the funds collected only enough
to pay his expenses In arranglne tho
filft to the r arm ma canal builder, r
SCRUTINIZING JURY CHARGE
(Continued from" I'ago One.)
given consideration by tho urand
E. Corncer, Juror in the iiuoi case, un
titled today concerning Oard'a alleged
perjury committed during preliminary Ex
amination In order., to gain a placo orj the
Jury and concerning falso atatomontB
made under oath by Qard relating to pro
ceeding's In the, Jury room. Ills testimony
was similar to that which ho gave In the
contempt hearing, In which all tho wit
nesses save Gatd'a family and one per
sonal friend contradicted Oar J. Three
other Jurors have been subpoenaed,
Claris Makes Denial.
Gard denies that he Ud during prelim
inary examination In the llbeV case that
he did not know Uromo & Uromo. In ifplte
of the fact that at the tlwe he was their
client, tmt positive evidence has been pro
duced Irapcrtchlng him. Bromo & Drome,
who LdmlttM that they knew Card was
their client. "have been censured by Judge
Bears for concealing Gard'a rciauonsnip
to them. , " .
A loag statement by Gard to the effect
that he was abused lit the Jury room was
practically abandoned by Brome & Uromo
In their effort to secure a now trial of
the libel case, the Judge having previously
said In substanco that he ma nor. oeueyo
it, Brome & Drome, however, were suc
cessful In thelf attempt to secure a new
Maitaey Sy, "Humarc Heal."
County Attorney Magney, who
previously has suld Jlttlo In reply to
rumors that he was "In the deal against
Tho Dee," although he did not believe
a large Tart of the testimony, which ho
said was his duty to use In the contempt
hearing, now It Insisting that It Is not
his Intention to be unfair and that ho is
willing to give both aides a sriuar deal.
Lawyers are divided in their opinion
concerning Mr. Rosewater'a charges that
the r association needs a houso clean
ing, aomo saying frankly that they know
the charge Is true, and others attacking
Sir, Jloeewater. Uomo of the latter. It Is
aatd, are among those who prefer for
yrmA reasoaa that no Investigation
feould be made.
ROCK ISLAND TWAIN IS
WRECKED NEAR ALBERT LEA
AI.nKUT LEA. Minn., Feb. 19.-The
Kansas City Uock Island passenger train
voutlibound, due here At 1;50 this morn
ON TOP OF HEAD
Began to Spread. Scratched and
mk Sore, itched and Burned.
Hair Began to Fall Out. Cutlcura
Soap 'and Ointment Cured.
Cottbus. Mo. " I noticed a small scaly
spot on top of my little girl's bead bus
p&ld little attention to it. In about two
montns u Began to spreaa
and would break out in
yellow blisters. They
would break and be a raw
sore for a while and then
dry up and leave a brows
yellow scale. In some
I placet very thick. I
i could hardly keep btr
from scratching It raw at!
lbs Urn, Uer head Itched and burned so. Sho
scratched, and made raw sore. Her hair
bepai. to fall out gradually and seemed pcr-
fecU dead. It kept spreading until It was
over naif of aw head and I thought I would
be feauad to cut her hair, wklrb I bated to do.
"I bedded to try" Cuticura Soap and
Plntn-r', as I saw so many advertliementa
prssslag Km I tent for a sampls. I used
tfcesa bad It began to Improvo so I bought
mm OitMcwa Soap and two boxes of Cut!
ran Otetsssot. All tee back of her head
was MrfecUy raw wfcea I pests using Cutl-
ewe, fna a4 Oiatamt, I followed the
ttreellora fur the treatment of eewina oo
tfce snip s i her a A was cured." (Signed)
A shqslecafce of Cmtcura Soap (25c) and
bos. tt Oartcara OtaUoeat are oftea
iiAeM whs sil sJe has fsMed. Bold
taKMSfkoat the world. Seaside of each
raiU4 free, wlti. 32-p. Skin Book. Address
Met-cerd "Cutfcura. Dept T, Boston."
tarM who suave and sbaaapoo with Cu-
fleam Soao wul And It host for kln sad scalp.
$1.75 72-inch quality, $1.50.
$2.00 81-inch quality, $1.75.
$2.25 00-inch quality, $2.00.
ing, was derailed one mile north of here.
All coaches, sleepers and tho engine left
the track and Engineer Charles nine-
hart, Fireman Thompson of Minneapolis
and three passengers were injured.
Application to Hold
Up Motor Car Service
Denied Union Pacific
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Keb. 19.-8peclal.)-An an.
plication mado by the Union Pacific
Railroad company to make a temporary
discontinuance of its motor car servlco
between Kenrney and Btapleton was do.
nled by tho railway commission this
The road claimed that on account of
tho failure of crops, in that section of
tho state tho revenues of the road had
bcori cut down so that it was no longer
a paying proposition to' run the car.
By 'the showing made the regular train
on 'that line did a passenger business
of is cento per mllo while going west
during tho months ot September, Octo
ber, November and December, 1012, whilo
tho business fell off during the same
months of 1013 to 63 cents per mllo,
Colng east tho road paid 6114 cents In
tho samo months ot 1912, but. felt to 45
cents In W1J. Tho motor car going west
paid 49 cents per mllo and going cast
GJJa cento per mile In .1913.
Fee for Recording
a Million Dollars
NEW YORK, Feb, 1J.-A check for 835,.
013 from tho New York Central & Hud
son River railroad, In the form of a record
ing fco for it mortgage, received yester
day, eatablUhod a new record In tho Hall
ot Records. The New York Central and
Hudson River railroad paid tho sum
stated os a recording tax. It had mort-
Knged alt of Its property in the state ot
Now York to pay outstanding Issues of in
debtedness. The amount of the mort
gage is 3167,102,400. The loan Is payable
to tho Bankers' Trust company as trus.
tee. Tho check Is tho largost single fee
over collected by the local office in tho
history of New York county.
Four Are Killed in
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Feb. J9.-Thlrty-
one perform Injured in a street car ac
cident here last night in which four men
were killed were reported to bo In an
Improved condition today at the various
hospitals. It was believed the death list
would not be Increased.
Tho dead are: '
JAMES HOItAN, 15. ,.
JACOD K. HARDY, 4S.
KLKTCHEK ROAIIK, 52.
HARRY OUVBR, 26.
iM coroner began an lnaueit today.
ctiyvury rms were new responsible, a
heavy Indianapolis & Cincinnati Trae
uon freight car ran into an English
CHARLES W. LOUCKS AND
Mldd tUI H dRcWER WED
TABOR, la., Feb. l.-f8ic!al.l-Mr.
Charles W. Loucka of Omaha anl Ml..
Edith Brewor of Tabor were united in
marriage February IS at Fair Acres, tho
inrm nomo or uo bride's father. H. O.
rewer. tnreo nillea east of Tabor. Rev.
c. F. Fisher of Tabor officiated, utw
tho Episcopal ring ceremony. Mr. Ray
mond Welch of Indianapolis. Ind.. waa
best man, and Miss Mattio Morrison of
Tabor waa bridesmaid. Miss Ethel Rhoda
ot Randolph sang and Mlsa Ethel Todd ot
j-apor played the wedding march. The
nriao was beautiful In laca over m.
aiinc, wearing a veil With crown nt
lilies of the valley and carrying a shower
bouquet of the same. A alx-courae dinner
was served to the sixty guests by four
young women rrom Tabor college.
vuier a tnree weeks' honeymoon rin
air. ana jurs. ioucKs will b ii,.t.
nome in tne Hamilton apartments.
ESTATE OF PERKINS IS
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND
SIOUX. CITT, la.. Feb. W.-(8rclal
Teleeram.)-H developed today that
Qeorgo D. Perkins, late owner ot tho
Journal, left no will, and his widow tlti
a jiw.ow bona and waa appointed admin
istratrix. The estate, valued at t300,COO,
will so to tho widow and five children.
Mrs. Ktorenco Ludlurn. Mrs. Clara Sam
mona and Sam. Will and Tom Perkins.
No announcement has yot been mado as
w any new appointment on the editorial
torco oi tne paper.
MR. ISELIN AND MRS.
BR0NSON ARE MARRIED
NEW YOrtK, Feb. 1.-Adrlan Twlln
New York banker and yachtsman, and
Mrs. Frederick Dromon, mother ot Mrs.
Uoyd C. Grlscom. were quietly married
today at tho rectory of 8t Patrick's ca
thedral. Mr. Iselln la yeara old; ths
bride l 03. Thsy obtained a inarrlac
Persistent Advertising Is the road to
SENATOR GODWINS CASE
Jury in Bond Damage Suit Out Only
CONSPIRACY A COUNTER CHARGE
Three Principal rltneaaei. for
Woman All Vnsoccesstnl Can
dldates for Federal
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okl., Feb. 19.
United States Senator Thomas Pryor
Ooro yesterday was exonerated of
charges of Improper conduct by a ver
dict In his favor returned In district
court In the suit for ItO.OOO damages in
stituted by Mrs. Minnie E. Bond of Ok
The verdict was returned ten minutes
after tho caso was given to the Jury.
Only one ballot was taken.
"We find.' tho Jury stated In tho ver
dict, "the evidence submitted by the
plaintiff entirely Insufficient upon which
to base a suit; that said evidence wholly
exonerates the defendant and had the
defendant at the conclusion of the plain
tiffs evidence announced that he do
sired to Introduce no evidence find rest
ills case our' verdict would havo been
the same In that event as now returned
by us, in favor of the defendant."
Crowd Begins Cheerlna.
Despite the efforts of bailiffs to main
tain order when the verdict waa read,
the crowd that filled the court room
turned Into a cheering throng.
Senator Gore heard tho Jury' decision
without chance of countenance. Mrs.
Gore was the first to grasp his hands.
When alio turned and shook hands with
Henry Carpenter, the foreman, tears
wero on the cheeks ot both herself and
the aged farmer.
Tho verdict confirms my faith that
truth will triumph," Senator Goro said.
'I never for a moment doubted the out
From the time the jurors left tho room
to prepare their verdict until the den
onstratlon was under way, Mrs. Bond
sat In silence leaning tin a tablo and
scribbling on a pleco of paper. She
seemed In no hasto to leave the room
until she was approached by hor attor
neys when she walked away with them
and her husband.
Apnlni'Do (iron ml for Anneal.
15. J. Clddlns, chief of counsel for Mrs.
Bond, said an appeal to tho supreme
court would be taken on tho grounds that
applause had Influenced the Jury.
The termination of tho trial coma at
the end of a day devoted to argument
by opposing counsel In which words
were not spared in denouncing witnesses
and opposing parties to tho suit.
Hush Over Court Room.
"Wo have reached a verdict," the fore
man told him. A liuih fell ver the
'The Jury Is comlnrf in," whispered
Mrs. Gore, Nvlfo ot the defendnnt. as
she leaned over nnu touched the sena
tor's arm. Sho was weeping.
''.Good," sold Senator ',oro, his face
sober, as it nas been eobtr ill through
'We, the Jury, find for the defendant,"
read the foreman. Then tho court room
burst in cheers.
No one tried to stem the demonstra
tion. Judge Clark smiled. After the
demonstration lasted ten minutes the
Judge left the bench. Court was never
adjourned. Tho judge forgot It 6) did
Uoro HrmnliiB Calm.
Benator Gore alone remained ciI.tj. The
crowd surged toward him. His wife had
her arms about him. She was weoplng
almost hysterically. Hundreds crowded
to get tho senator's hands to congratu
late him. Thb demonstration lasted
Mrs. Bond and her husband left the
court room while the demonstration was
at Its height.
Mrs. Core declared "She was too happy
"I am thinking now of my babies, and
I want to get home to them," sold she.
President Wilson was one ot the first
to send his congratulations to Senator
Gore after the verdict waa returned. An
hour later this telegram came from the
White House, signed by the president s
Robert I Rogers ot Little Rock of
counsel for 8enator Gore made the di
rect charge that J. F. McMurray. an
Oklahoma lawyer, now living In Wash-
Irgton, planned the alleged conspiracy,
which, tho detente declared, resulted In
charges that the senator attempted to
assault Mrs. Bond in a Washington hotel
last March, the basis for the suit.
Mrs. Bond's Charges.
The trial began last Wodnesday. In
the senator attacked her while they were
conferring nt a hotel In Washington last
March In connection with the possible
appointment' ot her husband, Julian
Tho Old Lino Bankers Lifo Ins. Co., ' v
Lincoln, Nob. . ' "
Goutlemon: ', .
. ; Your letter of 12-26-12 tohand and in reply will say. that
I received my participation Polioy of $1000.00 and also Draft
for $197.50, with many thanks.
I havo been thinking of writing you to seo if you had an
ostablished agent in this part of tho country. If not, I might
try and do somo business for you, as I am well satisfied with
my treatment and could recommend it to others.
- j.,w.eichman. yjy
'Ask the man who
Bond, as Internal revenue collector at
Oklahoma City. Gore seized her, she
alleged, throwing her violently across a
bed. Sho claimed she freed herselt only
after several men appeared In the door
way of tno room. In the scuffle, Mrs.
Bond assorted, her face was scratched
and hand lacerated by fragments of her
Senator Goro denied the charges and,
as a counter cnarge, auegca mat me
suit was Instigated by political oppo
nents who had failed In their efforts to
obtain federal patronage.
.The Jury comprised nine farmers, a
grocer, a banker and a broker. Mrs.
Bond, called ns the first witness, denleJ
any knowledge of the plot alleged by the
senator, who is a candidate for renom
lnatlon at the Oklahoma primaries next
Rule. Sncl. Evidence Not Vital.
Dfforts to have depositions bearing on
alleged Incidents In connection with tho
past of both plaintiff and defendant were
prevented by a ruling ot Judge Claric,
who held such evidence not vital to the
T. E. Robertson, Klrby Fltzpatrlck and
Dr. J. P. Earp, Oklahomans, who wen
In Washington at the time ot the hotel
episode, appeared as witnesses for Mrs.
Bond. All were unsuccessful candidate
for federal positions. Robertson and
Fltzpatrlck claim to have been eyewit
nesses to the alleged assault, while Earp
asserted he had been" Importuned by
Gore to have Mrs. Bond leave Washing
ton and "hush the matter'up."
Testifying in his own defense, Senator
Goro characterized the allegations as
"Infamous lies" and asserted that Mr.
Bond seized him and at nn opportune
moment Robertson and Fltzpatrlck ap
peared in tho room. Other witnesses for
the defense quoted witnesses for the
plaintiff as admitting that a "frame up"
against Senator Gore had been arranged
and quoted several as having made
threats to "got" the senator.
Argument In tho suit began yesterday
and was finished at C:30 this afternoon,
The case went to the Jury at 6:23
o'clock after Martin Rutherford, attor
ney for Mrs. Bond, made the closing
argument. Four minutes later a deputy
waa summoned to the jury room.
Girl on Trial for
Perjury in the Suits
Against Mr. Funk
CHICAGO, Feb. 19.-Sclection of a Jury
to try Miss Ailccn Heppncr, accused of
perjury In connection with tho tostlmony
she gave In the alienation suit brought
against Clarence S. Funk by John C.
Hcnnlng, was begun in the criminal
court today. Motion to quash the In
dictment was denied by Judge McDonald.
Hennlnff, a hotel bell boy, accused Funk,
then general manager of tho International
Harvesto company, of alienating Mrs.
Hennlng's affections, and Miss Heppncr,
a manicurist, was witness for the plain
tiff. Daniel Donahoc, a lawyer, and Isaac
Stlefel, a prlvato detective, Indicted with
Mlsg Heppncr, have been tried. Stelfel
was acquitted and Donahoc found guilty
and fined $2,000. He has appealed.
Funk was prominent among those who
gave testimony adverse to William
Lorimer In his contest to retain his
United States senato seat. Hennlng's suit.
which collapsed on trial, was declared by
Funk to bo a plot to ruin his reputation.
SEVEN CHURCHES ARE
MERGED INTO FOUR
PIERRE, S. D., Feb. W. (Speclal.)-
Church consolidation has evidently been
carried out pretty thoroughly In tho
town of Brldgewatcr, as it Is recordod
that while thero were seven churches In
the place several years ago when It con
tained a population ot 600, now, with a
population of 1.200, tho religious work of
tho community Is being carried on In
four churches. One of the old strucures
was moved to a farm and converted Into
a residence; anothor has been converted
Into n town residence, and the third of
tlttse vacated Is being used fis a cloth
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GOETHALS ONHIS WAY HOME
Mitchel Expect Him to Accept New
York Police Post.
MAYOR MAKES A STATEMENT
Insists that Answer nf Colonel
Bonn Fide nntl Drntrn He Is Tle
Inn Used to I'tiuli the Po
N'F.W YORK, Feb. 19.-The commander
of the United Fruit steamer Mctapan,
which reported yesterday that ho had
paused in his voyage from Panama to
aid the schooner Klneo, In trouble off
Cape Hatteras, sent a wireless message
here today saying he had quit searching
lor the schooner and would reach New
Among his passengers Is Colonel George
W. Goethals, chief engineer ot the
Panama canal, who Is coming to confer
with President Wilson on permanent or
ganization ot the canal zone, where he
has been appointed governor.
Colonel Goethals Is sure to be asked
when he lands from the Metapan with
respect to the offer made to him by Mayor
Mitchell ot the police commlsstonershlp
of New York, which offer Mayor Mitchel
Insists tho colonel has accepted.
The mayor was told yesterday that the
Impression prevailed in some quarters
that the colonel's name was simply being
used to further the purpose of tho so
called "Goethals' pollco bills" at Al
bany, despite the very general belief that
Colonel Goethals was not accept tho
"Colonel Goethals name Is not being
used In order to pass thu bills,' tho mayor
said. "He has given his word verbally
and by letter that he will come. There
havo been no Intimations to me or any
one else that ho will not do JUBt what he
said he would do In his letter. I shall
stand on the word of that letter. We are
not bluffing and, he Is not being used
as an excuse to pass thq bills."
The bills in question grants the power
or removal of policemen by the commis
sioner without review. Mayor Mitchell
framed the measures to comply with tho
terms stated In a letter from Colonel
Goethals. on which he would accept tha
appointment as police commissioner.
Naval Cadet from '
Kansas is Dismissed
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19,-Dlsmlssal of
Midshipman V. I. McCIure, of Iola, Kan.,
from tho naval academy, on charges of
Irregularities In connestlon with an exam
lnatlon was approved today by President
Wilson. The cases of two midshipmen Im
plicated with htm were unacted on.
MITCHELL WILL BE ALLOWED
TO BUUILD TELEPHONE PLANT
MITCHELL, S. D., Feb. 19.-Holdlng
that tho operation of a municipal tele
phone system In South Dakota was a
publlo purpose. Judge Robert B. Tripp
of Yankton, today dismissed, the injunc
tion suit brought to restrain the city of
Mitchell rrom building a $60,000 plant voted
at a special election last June.
This Is tho first ruling on tho legislative
act of 1907, permitting cities to engage In
the 'telephone business.
The telephone company will carry the
case to the supreme court.
YANKTON DRY AS RESULT
OF SUPREME COURT RULING
YANKTON, S. D.. Feb. 19.-Yankton Is
"dry" today, tho six saloons closing as a
result ot the supreme court decision held
lng tho saloons Illegal because a petition
calling for license elections was invalid.
Brnkernnn Killed br Fall.
FORT DODGE, Neb., Feb. 19.-(Speclal
Telegram.) John Dombrosko, a Missouri
& St. Louts railroad brakeman, aged SO
years, fell off a box car from a moving
train last night at Gowrle and broko his
neck. Dombrosko, was single and resided
at Fort Dodge.
TEN PAYMENT LIFE POLIOY
OH tins Bankirs Life Insuranct Go.
0? LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
Name of Insured, John W. Richman
Residence Gilroy, Calif.
Amount of Policy ......$1,000.00
Total Premiums paid to
Company , $ 606.50
Surplus in Cash Paid In
sured $ 195.77
And Paid up Participat
ing Policy :. . . .$1,000.00
Wilson Says Tolls
Exemption Bill Will
Be Repealed Soon
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19.-Presldcnt Wil
son expects ships to be bapslng through
the Panama canal this coming fall and
before the formal opening In January.
He let it be known for that reason ho
had every reason to be confident con
gress would repeal the exemption clause
of tho Panama law.
The president declared that It seemed to
bo the universal view of European coun.
tries that the United States was break
ing the Hay-Pauncefoto treaty by the
exemption In the present Panama canal
act, though no official views to that ef
fect had been presented during his ad
ministration. He reiterated that the
United States was In honor bound to obey
tho spirit of the treaty and denied that
his insistence for a repeal was In any
way aimed to "placate" Great Britain.
Tho president remarked that there was
no necessity of "placating". Oreat Britain,
as Great Britain was not In the mood to
require It, being on the friendliest terms
with the United States.
The president stated that he would not
send any message to congress on tho
question. He expressed the view that
there would bo no serious opposition to
tho repeal In congress.
Norris Proposes to
Block Any Deal for
N, H. Compromise
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19.-Scnator Nor
ris, republican, ot Nebraska, introduced
today a resolution to direct Attorney Gen
eral McReynolds to Inform the senate
whether tho Department of Justice Is
contemplating entering Into any contract
or agreement with officials ot tho Now
York, New Haven & Hartford for reor
ganization ot the railroad or settlement
ot Its financial difficulties. Consideration
of tho resolution was deferred until to
morrow on objection to immediate action
by Senator BankheAd of Alabama.
The resolution would ask Information of
whether any agreement would contem
plate giving immunity to any persons con
nected with New Haven transactions and
whether euch an agreement contemplates
the surrender of any right for actions to
recover money or damages "on account
of the misappropriation of the mo'ney,
funds or property of said company."
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rrancla, Dtltr Lcn. Tllll Abbott and 8Pcta!
Ktar liciure. Tb Canine or Jim Birton."
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Bat, and Sun,' tit Nlrhtl, Ui ti. Mc and 7Sa
oSkUXaV PUS OEKTIS."
Daily Mat., 15-25-SOS
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TTOvauu i vuunu WIDOWS la th
JgSSSU "In Dreamy Mexico."
The Funny Side of the Rebellion. Vaudi
villa Olio InUude Winston Operatic
Duo. Van Uuren & lmons. Temple
f)uartet Beauty Chorus ot Widows,
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