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THK HEK: OMAHA. SATUHDAY, MAY 1TJ.
YORK SECURES NEW TRIAL
United States Court of Appetli Ren
ders Decision In Cue of
1E0R MADE AT THE TRIAL
(From Puff Correspondent.
DE9 MOINES, Is.. Mar Jl.-'Ppeclal
"Tlirrmnv A new trinl has nen granted
I'f th United Mtat court of appeal
In th re of Oeorgs H. Vork. Col
fax grocer, convicted of white lavry,
ad sentenced to year and a der In
prlsoa at Leavenworth. Tork. attained
tnach notoriety In connection with the
culctde ot Cashier Whetlock of Cotfas.
Ota-ens' bank and lb ffort of officials
to connect Tork la eor.ie war with tha
financial troubles which led to the sui
cide. The failure In Ihla oaee led to action
a a tin t htm on a white slave charge,
which bad nothing to AO with th bank.
Tha new trial U becans of refutal to
jtormK testimony of attorneys, who had
telked with tha prosemitlng witness In
At Work Ralli-Md Cases.
Chairman Thome of the state railroad
comitUaalon la at wnrk on tha arfumenla
in tha western rate cave, and Messrs.
anther and Wilson, the other two mom
Wa, have been out In tha stats looking
at eroaalnx complaints. Thla week they
will undertake to gt together on a decl
ion Mtot number of matters that have
been held up for a lone time because of
the work on the big rate csew. Decision.
In soma of thi-ee, eaaea would h of great
Importance. There la amre 1mratlenca on
tha part of the complainant. Amona the
caeea waiting for determination are these:
Tha Caarmde narrow gauge wldenlnt
demand In Dubuque and Jackaon coun
ties; the only narrow gauge railroad In
tha atate. Tha Milwaukee company
4aJma tt would coat almost aa much to
widen aa to build aa entire naw Una and
tha bualneea will not warrant tne aama.
It la doubtful If an order will be Issued.
The Council IMuffe union depot demand.
The railroad com pan lea inalat that the
commission had not he authority under
the law to orrer a union depot and tha
fact that tha legislature tried, but failed
to ohenire the law giving authority. Ii
evidence of recognition that tha law it
not bow strong enough.
The branch line passenger train serrle.
On the Algona branch of the Northwett
nln rlther a third train la wanted or an
extension of the distance run by one train
from Pea Molnea which doe not go over
the whole trench. The Oalmar Una of
tha Milwaukee hai but one paraengar
train a day ar.d the patron desire, two,
In accordance with the law or the state
as to what shall be deemed adequate sr
vtee. Te Eatertala Liberty ell.
A committe of Dee Molnea business
men la engaged In preparing a special
program for tha reception to tha liberty
bell July C Tha ball I to arrive In
JHa Molnea at o'clock In the evtnlnif
nnd leava at midnight going west. Aa
the bell will not be removed from tha ear
1 which It Is rerrled whatever ceremonies
will have to ba near tha railroad track
Special patrtotlo serWea of gome kind
will be framed Up.
mi te Ke. bearaatlne.
It le announced by the animal health
department that on June U the last of
the quarantine restrictions on live slock
In Iowa will te rtmoved. the remaining
rilra aa t five or alx eastern lowa
fountlea to be cancelled then. nr. I. u.
raiton, wha ha been the representative
of tha federal government in Iowa, will
retire from the work at that time and
i-etura to Washington. The fight ha
Iwn a long' and egpetislve one for th
atate and the federal government, but
it la believed ail dsJUtr from foot an-1
mouth disease Is now at an end.
Keptera talta Tattercaloele.
After nine years of unrelenting warfare
on the great white plague A. B. Kepford,
elate lecturer, department of tuberculosis,
lias tendered his resignation to tha Board
,f Control to take effect July 1. Ir.
Kepford was tha first lecturer In tha
morld on tuheratilosls that Is, be was the
first man to oovote his entire time In an
effort to exterminate tuberculosis aa a
diseaaa of the masses. Plnee entering
the field he has seen a decrease in the
mortality from tuberculosis In the sum
of Iowa ot Practically a per cent In the
pulmaaarr form of this disease. He has
traveled aeverai hundred thousand miles
In the state, delivered mora than I.00Q
lectures, ta say nothing of hundreds of
conferences and parlor talks, and be has
aPttken ta aver eOO.OOO people. His efforts
at listed greatly la the establishment of
th state sanitarium at Oakdele aud tha
staMlahlng of the department on tuber
culosis under the Board of Control. Iowa
was the first atate In the union to have
such a department. Many other states
meanwhile have emulated lowa'l exam
pie. The assets of Dr. Kepford have been
Indomitable courage and unremitting eu
rgy. and &4 haa ao definitely Impressed
Mmaolf upon the state at Urge that so
ciety has been largely reformed aa a re
sult of thla propaganda. In the rapidly
declining; death rate from tuberculosis tt
would be difficult to establish the vast
Influenoea exerted In other directions.
The death eurve front pneumonia also hss
been rapidly downward, and many great
Industrial, educational and social reforms
have resulted. He retires of his own ac
orl. Dr. Kepford will engage In evange
listic work. It la understood he has or
ganised a party who, together with him
self, will do union tabernacle wofk.
Will Probably Release Lindsay.
Tha State Hoard of Parole went to
work today on a large list of the applica
tions for parole or commutation of sen
tences, and some of their cases that are
before the board for recommendation to
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has nothtag whatever to do with other. lJ n(wl 4ppo(Dled America.. Mmne
One of ta. life caa that It - expected M u.ch h. returned to Pekla after
will be recommended to the governor nr of the principal business center
favorably U that ef Earl Lindsay of of Contrary to his expectations.
Jasper county, who at the time of his M found th, w,r ha4 uot rtously af.
Incarceration was ensaa-ed In making fly- f,otd Chinese oommerc. In fact, many
log machines. J Un of business have been greatly bene-
rtee Awewere Headereoa. ' filed aa a result of the war.
J. U- Pierce today filed hU ansaer In j The price of antimony, of which China
ourt today In the libel auit of Robert j produce a fair quantity, has risen four
. Henderson, state printer. In which he I fold, and cow hides are now selling for
virtually declares the substantial truth
Of all the various published allegations
whluta are said to bo libelous. He ef fere
te prove the same and make good la
uourt. He also Insists that the manner
lu which the matter of handling the state
printing and binding Is a political graft
and ha been regarded aa political pat
ar mm vVeeterw Otoefc.. .
roLrXBIA. Mo.. May ).-A pro
vtakiiial duarentin agalritt all IK stork
rm tne slates f Artsona. 'eltfoiwia.
Nea4a. Oregon. I tan nq WaoKiiistun
d ljd bv tbe MUeouri Hoaid of
Vine. :,( Me.ierey.
BROWNtfVIlXK. Tex., May . Villa
jh.i t.ave evacuate Minuerey,
ua ef ttiMtto Ifeon.
MISS RUTH WATERS A PRINCESS Prince Ludovico
Pignatelii d'Aragon and Miss Ruth M. Waters, Philadel
phia heiress, widely known in society in New York, Palm
Beach and Narraffanset Pier, were married at S. Ignatius
Loyola Catholic church. The parents of the bride were in
ignorance of their daughter's marriage until she an
nounced the tidings over the telephone.
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FREE TiCETSFOR DEN SHOW
Twenty Thomand to Be Giren to
Tourists Fatting; Through .
Omaha to the Coatt.
TO SPREAD IITZ&ATUKE, TOO
TuurUts In ,Oor towns east of Chlceao
are to retelv Omaha view booklet.
"sto-ott-ln-Omaha" llteraturo, and Ak
Par lvn admission tlekeu aa a result of
arraugementa tomploUd by E. V. Par
rlsh, manager of the bureau of publicity,
who has returned. Mr. Parrish has been
on the ce4 for a few weeks during: whioh
time ho held conferences with th proper
rf antiatlona In a dosen eltiea to Insure
the proper distribution ef this matter
during the summer. II visited Chicago,
Detroit, i Toronto, Buffalo, Cleveland.
Pittsburgh, Columbus, Indianapolis, Day
ton, Cincinnati and 8t. Louis.
By a systematic method of distribu
tion H Is ptsnned to get this Omaht lit
erature into the hands of tourist only.
The matter la to get Into the hands of
those who are contemplating trips both
by rail and by uutomohlie, although thai
oalculaUd to reaoh the auto tourists Is
being sent out largely through the co
operation ot the Omaha Auto club and
th Commi'.rrlnl club. Twenty thousand
Omaiia view books are golna out
Tha Ak-i-ar-Men admission tickets are
to admit any vUltor to th den It h
chano to be In Oniaha on an evening
when a uen show Is In progress. If a
large delegation of eaeutrn tourists
chances to stop oft In Omaha any night
than a regular den show night arrange
ments are to be made to glv them a
War Does Not Hurt
Commerce of China
(CorreBdenoeofrhe Associated Press )
WIPIflNfJ. ltv IB lulean H Arnold.
: over twice aa much aa they brought prior
to the W sr. Most of th purchase are
i being made by the Japaneee, who are
leather and gsaeral equipment for the
Trad la the British colony of Kong
Kong has suffered severely, owing- to the
fart taal from M it M Oer sent ef aB
! business done at the port was througTh
German firms. Canton, bring the near
est Chinese port, has ooa4uently suf
fered also. Nevertheless there Is great
confidence amoaa business men there.
In Hankow and haa-hal t bar has been
a very good bualueea shewing
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CHINA REVIVES WORSHIP
OF SPIRIT OFDEAD HEROES
(Correspondence of the Associated Presa)
PEKINO, May 1.-In order to revive
th martial spirit and to promote loyalty
to the authority of the president, Tuan
flhl Kal ha Issued a mandate which la
In keeping with those recently railing
for the worship Of Confuclotis and wor
ship at the Temple ef Heaven.
Th third mandate revives the wor
ship ef th spirits of Oenerals Yo Fel
and Kuan Tu, who In former days were
treat heroes and gave up their Uvea In
loyalty to former emperors. Th cere
mony was performed during March by
th minister of war, and many other
What Do You Pay For ,
In the Clothes You Buy?
"Why, for style and fabric, of course; and that full
' measure of content that comes of a confidence in bein
smartly turned out
We ask, then, from our knowledge of clothing values,
why be content with any but that bearing the authorita
tivo endorsement of a well Known name like
As proof of our belief that bettor clothes cannot be
tailored, wc add our label to that of Stein-Bloch in a two
name Kuarantoe of satisfaction. You can own a Rtein
Bloch for as little as
OMAHA'S FASTEST GROWING STORE.
envois 4 -
1516-18-20 FABNAM STREET.
Mmm Wm MAii
DOING THE WORK OF THE MEN
Women of Parii Are Now Driving
Street Cart, Cleaning Street! and
LITTLE DEMAKD FOR SEiVAKTS
fCorrespondence of the Associated Press.)
PARIS, May 10. Thlrty-two per cent
of the work formerly done In Paris by
men street nweepera, aubway iruarda,
elevator attendants, trolley car conduc
tors and telegraph operators la now done I
Every administrative district In Paris .
hsa a municipal ' employment agency,
where employers who want help and per
sons who want work register. No other J
agenclen are recornlied by law. Tha em-'
ploycr must pay the nominal fee.
Inquiries at various bureaus show that
among laboring claases servants suffer
most from the war. Most French fami
lies reduced the wares of their servants
the week of mobilisation, and many were
discharged. There are now long waiting
lists of servants, looking for any sort of
employment. This category Includes
many governesses and private tutore.
who, owing to the economy campaign In
French families, find themselves out of
Two months ago there were per cent
more dressmakers and tailors assistant
out of employment than at present, show
ing that with the coming .of spring
fashions are again receiving some atten
tion. Retrenchment la Policy.
For certain branches of office employ
ment, such as messengers, office boys
and porters, more applications are re
ceived from employers than can be filled.
The scarcity has led to the Increase In
wages from 6 to 10 per cent, as youths
are being continually aummoned to Join
tha colors with the new classes.
On the other hand, highly trained em
ployes, accountants, bookkeepers, stenog
raphers, office managers and typists find
difficulty In securing situations, as the
majority of large offices have either
adopted a policy of retrenchment or are
holding open the vacancies caused by the
mobilization of former employes.
Hitherto It hss been the custom for an
applicant for a portion to state the mini
mum sslarv required, also the kind of
employment desired. At present many
say that they will perform any duty, even
the mort menial, and will rely on the
bounty of their employer.
British and French
Swede Boats Stop
l KTFrtUEAD. Scotland, May 20 The
rtntlsli trawler Chrysolite was sunk by
a German submarine at a point thirty
miles off Klnnulrds Head. In the North
LONDON, May SI. The French steamer
trawler Bt Just of Arcachon was tor
pedoed and literally smashed to piece
near Dartmouth yesterday afternoon,
thirteen ot its crew being drowned. The
captain was the. only survivor. It Is
stated that no warning was given th
vessel before it was torpedoed.
LONDON. May SO. Swedish steamship
companies whos boats ply between
Stockholm, - Nerrkoplng, London and
Mull have decided to suspend their serv
ices, owing to the constant Interruption
to traffic ea'ised by German warship
In th Faille Sea, which have resulted In
serious dfclays and made trade Impractic
able. MRS. PANKHURST WANTS
WOMEN JO GO TO WAR
tXNDON. May . "I hope on of the
first aots of the coalition government will
be to declare martial law and mobilise
both men and women for the servioe of
th cctintrv," said Mr. Emmel'n Pank
hurst, leader of the militant suffragists
Mrs. Pankhurst expressed the hope
that women would noon lie permitted to
enlist like men for war eervlc at home.
In face of the pen) which confronted the
country, she declared. It was no time to
think of causes espoused In th past.
aootho Veer Coast and Cold.
Bull rine-Tar-Honey goes right to the
spot. Checks the cough, ease throat,
kills the cold germs. Only c All drug--glsts.
HMiJ sMsnHsaW bMHsI ErfsnaMMti VmsbMbI
ST.' M-lJlillWl VUe
ay CLEannncE sales
This month is the one that marks the changing to
summer apparel. We try to never carry any garments
from one season to another and therefore offer in a mar
velons peries of sales merchandise of quality and value.
Our customers, knowing the extraordinary genuineness
of our sales should be here in great response.
en's and Young en's Suits
In two or three
pure wool fabric.
Regularly $15, at
Best of tailor
ing, newest of
Regularly $18, at
Shirts, exart copies
, of silk shirt MQm
I M snBliaLgsnaagBaWKhssW
llooe Special, extra
heavr quality silk
French nalbriggan Vn
derwear, 75c values ....
Athletic t'nloa Suits,
Straw Hat Timo
Two Specials Saturday
Smart In styles and
enape ....... ,
ireatly ReduGed Prices
Ladies' Digh Srade
Stylish Spring Dear
And on llardly-Miss-Thera Payments,
Buy your clothes at ths "OSIOX" and sm fully OKE
THIRD and in soma instances CSE-HRLF.
See our Nobby Spring Line of Men's
Suits, from $9.50 to $25.00
Men's Trousers all New Spring
Styles, at S1.50, $2.50 and $3.50
Swap Anything in
LsuskuMBaa Lai LsjsmJ Li i i
Ctiatom made from
1200 Ell EN'S
the entire floor atock
of Vlndex Shirt Co. This lot con
sists of woven ftUks, heavy weight
material In finest colorings; up
to $3.50 grade, all at on price. .
Offering 7 do, enff
torn shirts, In OCat
Wash Tie, 25c kind.
th Tie, 25c kind, 20
Cooper Cloaed Crotch
Silk Ties, extra large
shapes, worth to (1.00. .
That have quality, fea
turing naw QC-
Trfflirftifi 'iHI tiiiirruC
See our Genuine Palm Beach and Sum
mer Tex Ladies' Suits, at. . .$11.05
See our Nice Well-Made House
Dresses, worth $2.00, at $1.00
All our Ladies' Spring Coats at
Half-Price all goods marked in plain
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the "Swappcr'g Column
Cornar 14th ind Douglas SU.
k Bsaatiful 42-Piect Dinner U
We will give away free
Saturday a gold scrolled
dinner set with each pur
chase of $15.00 or over.
With every $5.00 pur
chase we will give an
seven-piece berry set. And
with every purchase a
we have ar
the Oreatefat ,
Suit v a l -u si
ver known at
and staple ef
fect. Both 1m- :
nortea ana ao i
raestlo fabrics I
In this line, i
V i ii
These sell tht-j
state over foi
from 116.00 toV
miss thla bar- I
giver for young
and old all
Jnat wnat von
want and a
'bargain worth talking about
thrrts piece salts of fine all
wool blue serge last color and
thoroughly shrunk seams Uk
sewed all regular, stout and
tUm alsea (or men p to 45,
and young men age 15 to 20
$1.50 Pants ....
Bius and White
No place In the
city can yon (Lad
old the country
over for 50c; go
In Furnishing Goods
.You gave 33 here. Our Low
Krnt is the Iteacton.
SOO Dotea Bin
are fine quality
shirts, ann bsc
valuea ever of
SO dosea alv
of men's lak,
tea aa4 s-rar
sua I lfto value,
Caa glv lasting ser
vto. I5e values esijr.
valae. for. .
Ceaapas Wits Ksvn.
uur gl.00 (tarmeute.
loo auaiaty Jblaa-t
erg-sia eras Q .
ef fere wO
Wi futnrt trtest Unloi-lfidt cosds
CoIUtra. Shirts, Overalls, Pant,
Hats, Shoes, ftuita, Tie.
Corntr llth ami IViukIh Sis.
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:, 1 7c
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