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THE BEE i OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
GUN MEN WILLBE SENTENCED
Four Convicted of Murder Will Be
Taken to Sing Sing Nov. 20.
THEIR PEDIGREES ARE TAKEN
All Are Under Thirty Ymr ot Ae
mid llnvc Jnlt Hrcordx Ho-,
Gallon, Wehbrr nnil Srhrpji
to fir Ilrlrnaed.
NEW YORK, Nov. SO. Sentence ot
death on the four gunmen convloted ye
arc ordered arrested, and In this class V
It In said many Indictment already have
IImt Innprrtnr. Worked.
As showing the difficulties encountered
the followlnir case Is cited by those who
have conducted the Inquiry:
Interviews of the Inspectors with many
of these practitioners Indicated dearly
that they knew they were violating tho
law and were trending upon dangerous
ground. Jn Chlcaso an Inspector called
upon a physician after having received
from him a response by mall to his decoy
letter. The Inspector professed a desire
to engage th doctor's services. The doc
tor was cautious and the Inspector wa-
irruay 01 inuroorinR ii-rnrn i rm... eB,Ied upon , show ,ho f ,Ur had rc.
will be pronounced by Justice, Goff on cevw,. Jt Wls , , phy(,clans own
November JS. he anr.ouhee.1 today when ham wrllln(t Rvldently suspicious, ho
the prisoners were arraigned before him. notohw, tno ,ett,r rrom thn lngpertor'B
After sentence Is passed the men will bt hin(, (orc ,t ,,cp acWK nnJ tnrew
taken to Sing blng. where former Police Subsequently the
j.ieutenani vnar.es i.ecKcr is ,ngpcct0P Tttwnf, , lc office" In the
death for Instlcatlng the shooting
The pedigrees of tho gunmen were
taken totmy at their arraignment.
Whltey" Lewis said his real name was
Frank Seldcnschuc, born In Hustla. 24
jears old, and a bookbinder by trade.
lempornry absence of the doctor, scoured
the strips frm the basket and pasted
tnem together. That luttcr constitutes
an Important link In the chain of evi
dence on which that doctor was Indicted.
It Is Jim expressed dcto.rrnlrui.tlon ot the
postal authorities to put an end to tho
Both his parents are living and ho has pronl0 b mft.of cr)rona, pract,crlll
served two Jail sentences. - ,. .,... i.. . ,,.
"Dago Frank gave his correct tiamo ,lnnn u.,... ,, .. nlan., ,,,
m Frank Clroflcl. years old. natlvo 1(lw ,,0,tmiutrp 0cncrnl Htclcock rtM
of Itaiy. and a steam fitter by ocouna- t0(, . thRt ev caJ!n nt ae)!cij
Hon. He has served one Jail term and , ,..,, ..... ... ir .... ,.,.
iivihiui v. .no .nt. triium uti ' I onui ih-
nrously and every effort ntado to send
the culprit,' If convicted, to tho penitentiary.
Prominent I'rr.on. Arrrstril,
CHICAGO, Nov. 20. Ten arrests were
made today by postal Inspectors In a
described himself as a moderate drinker.
"Lefty Louie" said he was christened
Louis riosenberg. was 21 years old, a na
tlvo of Austria, and married. His voca
tion was salesmanship, he said: he was
temperate and had served one Jail sen
Remarkable Values in Women's Coats, Suits and Furs
at the Opening Sale of the "Famous"
Thursday wo. open our now store to tho women of Omaha and vicinity with tho most wonderful stock of snappy, stylish,
dependable Suits, Coats and Furs ever offered to the buying public. To fittingly acquaint you with the splendid garments
we sell, with the exceptional values we offer, we place on sale Thursday Coats, Suits and Furs at the most amazing values.
HANDSOME NOVELTY OLOTH COATS, worth to $22.50, at
Scores of the prettiest Cloth Coats, including sixty-two sample Coats from Percival B. Palmer Co., 3 mJ
Mm nnuni rv's fnrmnnst rrnrliirnr nf Stvlisli CVint.h? lnnrlitifr slinrlna nnil fnhrins. . tr
"rtvn the Hlood" was recorded as Harry nation-wide movement against doctors
Horowltt, ft clerk. 21 years old, a native um P"ons advertising methods condu
of New York City, married and tern- clvc to mca suicide. It was declared
peratf;, ' raids were being mado simultaneously
nnea.r ( AVIlne.sr.. an over mo country, inc apccmc cnargo
The state's" Informers. Rose. Vallon. Wfainsi ine persons nrrestea is using tho
Webber ami ScliePDs. who haVo been ma'18 n connection with a business under
held In prison during tho trial, probably 1,16 ban ot "'n government.
will be. released this afternoon. The dls- Among- tnoso arrested ny ttic i nicngo
trlct attorney agreed today that there P0"10' Inspectors were George T. Lccdle,
was no further need of keeping them be- Arnold E. P. Hasenclevcr, Margaret Llv
hind the bars. It Is thought they wlU nton. J. U O. Trudel. Osgood H. mil-
leave the cltv. William HIiaDtro. driver 'ni'. J J. Mllasch, W, I). Mllnn, Pannlo
of the "murder car." and Jointly Indicted 15r'n and Annl Maeonlck of Chicago.
Wlin tno gunmen ana jjecacr. mso whi i - ,,.
go free. In return for his testimony for Vogclcr Drug company, wholcsalo
tho stjite. the district attorney's office oruggists, were cuca nere in ine tcaenu
will move that the Indictment niralnst I raid.
him bo quashed. HUPPALO, K. Y Nov. J.-Wrlls ot
Of the seven Indicted for the Itosen- copiaa wero sen'ed on the gahoon-Lyon
thai murder, this leaves but ono defend- Drug company and Faxon. Williams &
ant to be tried. Ho Is Jack Sullivan. Faxon, grocers and druggists, today, In
king of tho newsboyi.'' postornce crusade, uoth concerns
JoseDh A. fehay. attorney for Charles are corporatlonn with branches
Becker, filed with District Attorney WhlW throughout the city,
man today notice of appeal from the ver- Indianapolis, Nov, aj.-Four men
diet of the Jury which cdnvlctod his and a woman were arrested here today in
client of procuring the murder of Herman thn federal raid. They urc:
Ilosenthal. The notice acts aa a stay of Dr. C. A. Henry.
execution. I F. U. . Clark, president of a rubbar
Miss Nclllo Whclan. employed by the
K. 13. Morrlfnn. a wealthy merchant,
prominent In church work.
Dr. B. F. moddard.
ww ii ii umm.
NOBBY OLOTH COATS, worth up to $27.50, g
Every new fabric, every stylish design, are here. Coats
are actual gems of tho tailoring art.
LONG OLOTH COATS, worth to $15.00- CfcTP 98
Chinchilla and handsome mixture Coats, at
STYLISH NEW TAILORED SUITS
TAILORED SUITS, worth up to $17.50; splendid serges,
worsteds, mixtures, etc., all splendid new ff-i
models at Hr I W
Ol'KNIXG SALE OP PUIt 8KT8 A mag
nificent showing of handsome Pur Sets,
SPLENDID PLUSH COATS, positive $22.50 values, made
of high-grade jet black plush, with guaranteed satin
linings, pretty loop fastenings. Opening fc-f SO
sale price I n
CARACUL COATS, worth $12.50, full 52 in. 98
long, large collars, good serge lined
AT EXTRAORDINARY VALUES
SPLENDID TAILORED SUITS, values up to $25; scores of
the most charming new garments, in every fl 50
fashionable style and weave to select from I
Owing to a delay In the arrival of our handsome,
new fixtures, we are compelled to open with tempor
ary fixtures. But what wo lack In fixtures we more
than make up in values and quality.
RUSSIAN l'ONV COATS Worth $42.50.
splendidly marked, splendid luster, best
guaranteed Batln linings,
WOOL 8F.KOK SKI UTS, worth
blues, blacks, mixtures, etc.
SIIiK 1'UTTICOATS, worth $2.88. splendid
mossallncs and taffotas, all colors, open
ing sale (t
AVOOIi SERGK DRESSES, worth $7.50;
pretty new styles, In leading colors; open
ing sale aq
Just Around the Cor
ner from Sixteenth St.
Just Around the Cor
ner from Sixteenth Si
NATION-WIDE RAID ON
(Continued from Paso One.)
drr another section of tho penul code
the Bondlnir ot poisons through the molls
Is expressly forbidden.
One of the. men accused U said to hUvo
and 6,000 Bushels
of Grain Destroyed
TEKAMAH, Neb., Nov. 3p. (Bpeclnl.)-
Thls mornlntt about 5 o'clock a Inre barn
OMAHA DOCTORS IN THE m S5"5
lire, jiio imrn is locaico on ino nunn.
farm about oeven miles north of Teknmah.
When the flro was dlscqvorod by the oo
edy companies. Tho men actually re
sponsible for tho Illicit correspondence
Nol Salts and
Pills, "Cascarets" te.niMKr
fCnntlnURd frnm l'ncn One.1
- When the flro w
been tho secretary of tho JJoard of Health fictitious nomcs to doctor who Inserted Cupnnt of the house tho roof wn rcitdy
In the city bt bin residence. Ho. responded, blind advertisement In tho various news- to fall In. Ton head of mules nnd four-
It Is sold, to a decoy, or test letter sent I papers. A letter punortlnt; to bo from t00n heed of horses and colts wcro burnod
to htm by the Inspectors on the station- one Martin C. Hoverson of Flanureau, h. to dosth. In addition tho combination
cry of tho Hoard of Health, Ho has been was sent to Dr. Ilurkc, In which it 1 corn crib and uranary was consumed.
Indicted according to the reports received was alleged that n criminal operation in It was about 3.000 bushels of corn and
by t'ie postofflco Inspectors. was necessary to relieve n, cortaln Blrl about tho samo amount of wheat. The
Particular care was taken by tho In who was In delicate health In that city, principal granary of tho Lnttas was on
snatora In collecting the evidence n sal nut Dr. Uurke'n answer suld tin thouRht he the south farm, a half mllo distant. Jn
bustnesB concerns drujr houses nnd rem- could relieve tho girl in question and told that wus stored all their fall wheat crop..
what tho cost would bo, Therq wan Insurance, on nothing except
Answer. Urruy Letter. the barn. No cause can be assigned for
Dr. Prlbbenow received a letter pur- the flro unless It was the carelessness ot
porting to bo from OIro, Hoverson of samo one smoking around tho barn. The
Flandrcau, S. D. ur. Prlbbenow an
sworod tho letter and went Into detail re
garding the medicines ho Bold with tho
Ilnndall sent for the
Flundruau and will use
them In evidence.
If ContttlimtoO, IIUIoiih, Ucadacuyi Dr. Dlbbern received his lett.r under
Stomach Sour, gut a 10 cent box of the nume ot Dr. Uabcock who had of-
Cubiarcts Uiko ouo touiulit. flees across from Dr. uibbern. Ho said
uabcock left town some time ago and
You men and women who can't Bot told DIbbern to open Ms mall and nn-
f cellnx rightwho liavo headache, swer, DIbbern answered Icttors addressed
coated tongue, foul tasto and foul to HaUcoch adding the following post
breath, dlutnoas, can't sleep, aro bll- orlpt to one letter: "I wish we could
lous, nervous and upset, bothered wlUi over: letter writing is very dan
- -i-i. .inn.ni, gerous." (Hlgned) "D."
,.v. i,.rir..rh. n.,.i wnm Theso men will he glvon preliminary
Aro you keeping your bowolu dean lnl" WCK uo,oro vommwaionw
with Caacareta, or merely forcing a ' ...., . .
. ' . . . . I Council muff. DriivKlit.
passageway overy iow uay w(m tun, . A n,.rl, n ,irrclst of Coun-
catnaruo piua or cuaior our xnis w cl! DiUffs. was also caught In tho sweep-
Important. hn- onerations of the federal official.
Cascareta work while you sleep! n8 WBS arrested on complaint filed with
cleanse and regulato the stomach, re-1 United States Commissioner Sapp on
move tho .our, undigested and ferment- October H and Ills case wm continued
lng food and foul gaseai take tho excess I until Thursday.
telle from the liver and carry out of the! Mr. Clark says he believes he was ar-
system all the constipated waste matter I rested on tho ntrength ot a decoy letter
and poisons In the Intestines and bowels, written to him by one Madge J. Cartor,
A Caacaret tonight will straighten Dox Mnwn, Colo., answering nn an-
vou out bv morninir a 10-cent box from vertlsement. Clark says that he nn-
any drug store will keep your nlcmach wercd tho letter but did not make a sale.
aweet; liver and bowels regular and
ranch Is under the active, management ot
Jlurr Latta, tho younger of tho two sons
left by tho late Mr. Lutta.
Jirwm Note, of Geneva.
QKNKVA. Neb., Nov. 20.-Spoclal.)-
Thero arc several cases of scarlet fever
In a light form in the city all undor
quarantine. The school bultdlngp wore
fumigated last Ha turd ay.
Ira P. Heath, who was arrested last,
summer for shooting Into a party of
young men who ho believed wcro intend
ing a raid on his watermelon, patch, had
a hearing before County Judge lilton
yesterday and was discharged.
Hx-Hherlff Wi M. Dlnnccn was up be
fore Justice of tho Peaco Hamilton for
raising n disturbance on the strocts and
was fined $10 and costs.
Several Geneva citizens went to Mllll
gan this morning to attend the funeral
of James Krlssel, formerly assistant
treasurer of Fillmore county.
l.ytte llnd Ht.-el Hnw.
ORAND IBLAND, Neb., Nov. 20.-(Spe-clal.)
Tho timely discovery of tho finest
steel saw that has ever como undor the
observation of tho sheriff's offlco In tho
personal effects of Johu Lytle, recently
sentenced to a term of from two to fif
teen years In the penitentiary, is believed'
to have prevented an attempt at jail de
livery. Lytlo pleaded guilty last week to
attempted assault on a 14-yar-old girl.
Maminn Boon to tlnlld.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. SO. (Spe
cial.) The Masonlo order will take steps
soon to build a new temple. A committed
has been Instructed to sell tho present
building, erected early In tho '80s. The
fraternity already has the sltd, a' choice,
corner opposlto tho Ancient Order at
United Workmen building, owned by the
grand lodgo of Nebraska.
Ilnnk Cliiinn nt ytlcn. .r ,
UTICA, iNob., Novv 20.-(Speclal.)-C. k
Jones, cashier of the First National bank,
has sold his stock In the bank to Jacob
Pevorln, Hay W. JoneB and George Ug.
get, Jr., and has gone to Basin, Wye., to
make his horn?. His place In the bank has
not yet been filled.
Key to the Situation Dee Advertising.
If Coffee Disagrees
head clear for months Don't forget the
children. They love Casc&rets bceauaa
they taate good do good never gripe
or sicken. Advertisement.
BtUITS MAN TO JtAKi: TIGHT
Of AIA DRUGGISTS
Arret of J, A, Clark Cause. Surprise
Tho arrest of J. A. Clark as ono of the
victims In the big round up crmtbd some
thing of a sensation in Council Hluff.,
f.ti M. fMnrk i nnn of tlin mniit nmitit
DESEKVE PRAISE "f V. Jr"b-Klsts of tho city, with a faah-
tenable store located on Urondway in tho
ThaHherman4McConnlDruBCo..lth busiest center of tho city,. Ho was ar-
nd n'nrtM. nd thn Owl nrnir m. ih rested by Deputy United States Marshal
' " " I A . it 1 . .1 I . -
tr.,.,. trnm n.h. v. A. uru.iewrn near mo milium m 1110
. . i . j , i. . I day and taken before United States Conv
cwj... .vr ...vruuuv;.. ..c.o nilssloner Y- F, Sapp in the federal build-
buckthorn bark and glycerine mixture, ,n(ft wherB ll0 fl)ea a bon,i pt pjo for his
known aa Adler-l-ka. This simple Ger- npioaninc for a hearing in the offlco of
man remedy first became famous by I the commissioner at 10 o'clock thl. morn-
curlnc aDPendecltta and It has now been lnC
diwov-rfid ti.at a Hiuni.w nnsR m.l 'Mr. Clark', technical violation of the
lleves aour .tomuch, gas on the stomach P081 mxZ.l.:Kn. Z VT
and constipation INSTANTLY Adver
Money To Loan
Douglas Co. Farms.
We "Want to Buy
"nmiL'ln Cn. Farnll
RERMl'DA. CUIU, JAMAICA.
Yar rurtlmri c $trtinn trti ltU n24rtu
Tlie Itoyal MaJl Steam Packet Co.
fANCJEHSON it SOU. 0a.A(U. it Slat SUN.T.
UXH. BTKAWJEir TICKET AUCKV.
jecltonable goods a number of months
ago when the representative nt a big
eastern rubber factor)' solicited his or
der He declined at first to handle tho
article, which has been extensively ad.
vcrtlsctl In the big magnxlnes of the coun
try and the dally papers for many years.
As n final Inducement tho agents of the
company ngreed to expend 1160 advertts.
Jng in a Council Bluffs paper, and upon
this proposition a consignment was ac
cepted to be sold on commission.
A month or more ago a letter was re
ceived purporting to come from Madge J.
Curter, who gave the postotflce address
of 'bo Si, Union. Colo.," In which sho
said she had seen the advertisement In
the Council Hluffs paper and asking a
tiumbcr ot questions and making some
statements concerning herself which
might have mado hor IctUr wimallable.
Mr. Clark replied t tno., tester n the
usual business manner- It was .evidently
a deooy letter It wan used as the basts
of art Information filed here on October
H and the warrant withheld until yes
terday Mr Clark engaged counsel yes
terday and will make a atlft fight.
Let us send you a
trial tin of
Many coffoo drinkers aro oliangiug
to tliis now fotfd bevorngo. It tastes
much liko tho higher grades of Java, but
ia absolutely free from tho coffeo drug,
"caffeine" tho causo of so much head
ache, nervo irritability, heart trouble and
Fill out and mail coupon below, en
closing 2c stamp for postage, and a 5-cup
tin will bo sent direct to you.
Requires No Boiling
It is mado "quick as a wink" by
stirring a levol toaspoonful (more or less
for tasto desired) in a cup of hot water
and adding sugar to tasto, and enough
cream to bring the color to goldon brown.
Grocers Sell this
50-cup tins 30o.
f BC3TAKT POSTUM 1
M CEREAL rTWk
Poilutn Cereal Co., Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
Enclosed find 2c stamp for trial tin of Instant jV
Grocer's Name jH
aM f BHBTEij'Btf.sMBlssafl
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(HERE is nothing more
delicious for breakfast on a cold
morning than crisp, golden
brown toast. An Electric
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delicious, appetizing toast, and it toasts
the bread right at your table quickly
enough to supply four persons. An
Electric Toaster is inexpensive to pur
chase and consumes but little current.
You are sure to find a great deal of
pleasure in owning one.
Electrical Appliances Are
If the same eleetricity tlud lights your home is
not employed to operate some of the innumerable elec
trical devices for saving time and labor, you are not de
riving full benofit from your use of Eleptrio Light. Some
of these appliances that cost little to own and less to
Excellent for Christmas Gifts
Omaha Electric Light & Power Co.
"There's a Reason" for Postum
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
A yer's Hair Vigor keeps the tcalp den
and healthy. Promotes grovrth. Checks
filling. Does not color.
Ask Your Doctor. wiTiiM.'
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IMOTHHRS (or their CHILDREN WHIfcl
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, 60QTIIHS the CHILD, BOFTKNS the OOM8.
ALLAY alt PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, lad
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. L lVtnt v-T ceot bottU.
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it the leading Agricultural Journal ot tne weat. Us columns ar
filled with the best thought of the day In matters pertaining to
the farm, the ranch and the orchard, and it Is a factor In th
development ot the great westt-m country.