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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 190.1.
3 FATHER SWEARS WARRANT Doping Coopla lit Betlrica Are Tak to Fo'ioe Etatioa. 'GIRL IS RELEASED AND GOES HOWE lfaa ta the Cfse Haa Wife aa Chllarra (laid ta He at Aarora He Alio Oat aa Bond a. BEATRTCK. Neb.. Nor. II. (Br-Il Tele m.) A mild sensation occurred here last ! , when Len Thompiion. a painter, fe mit a warrant In police court for the All l(i 0f hlfl daughter. Miss Pleura Thomp- a charg of assaulting her mother. ' JTalr Involve a married man named AfiOM Hvn of Kamey. because he wa Thompson when the trouble oc- appears that Harbert arrived lesterday and last evening railed GUARDS E'tnpaon home. As he and the an, who Is about 18 years of 'leave the premises Mrs. Thomp ropla f Id upon th scene and remcm fA her daughter, whereupon Miss "Soked and struck her mother. -ly after the trouble the couple TpitAred and were not seen again until .1 morning, when they were arrested as they were coming out of the Arcade res taurant and taken to the police station. When searched two revolvers were found on Herbert's person. A charge of carrying concealed weapons was lodged agalna him and ha waa fined $26 and costs. He could not pay the fine and waa lodged In jail. The case against Miss Thompson was con tinued until December. She was released on her personal recognisance, her bond be ing fixed at $100. Her father took her home. Thla avenlng Harbert furnished an ap peal bond of $100 and waa released. . The officers believe the couple Intend to lope, since both of them have been given their freedom. The feeling here Is bitter against Harbert Miss Thompson first met Harbert when ha waa employed In the laundry at the Institute for Feeble Minded . Youths here some time ago. 8he became Infatuated with him and ha called at tjie Thompson home a number of times before Mr. Thomp son learned that he was a married man. When Mr. Thompson was Informed that ha waa a man of family he warned Harbert not to call at his home again. According to Mr. Thompson's statements, Harbert has proponed marriage to the young woman 'and asked to call at her home until he se cured a divorce from hla wife. It Is said that he Is employed In a laundry at one of the state Institutions at Kearney. Hla wife and children are aald to be living at Aurora,. FILE BRIEF IN LILLIE CXSE Attorney for Fair Dcfeattant Present Balky Docameat to the Coart. LINCOLN. Nov. 14. (Speclal.-Th fata of Lena Margaret Llllle. convicted by a Butler county jury of the murder of her husband, Harvey Lillie of David City, taw hangs on two brlefa filed In the supreme court, the last two of which were filed today by Hamer & Hamer who have been retained to appear In the case. . The last brief Is a bulky affair of 104 pagea and It goes Into all the evidence offered on the trial, criticising freely the conduct of the Judge and Jury, and the methods used to convict Mrs. Llllle. Norrts Brown went to work immediately this morning on the state's brief aa soon aa the briefs had been aerved. It la ex pected the case will bo reached in the su preme court within thirty daya. The brief of the state Is not expected to be very bulky. being shirked to Oklahoma In a car by Albert Klurk. who was srrested here the other day by Chief Ashenfelter and taken bark to B'-huyler. Albert Klug had a mortgage on the animals, and after re plevying them from the Union Poclflo, he shipped them home Inst night. Klurk la In Jail at Schuyler, awaiting trial on a charge of attempting to remove mort gaged property from the state. SELL ONE FARM TO BUY THREE Caaa taanty I .a a 4 Reaches m Flaare Which ladarea Ita Owaers to Let Urn mud Mova West. PLATTS MOUTH, Neb., Nov. 14.-(8pe- clal.) Cass county land has become ko valuable that many farmers are disposing of their homes and buying where land la chenrier, so aa to provide homes for .their children. Henry. Will and George Wenke have sold their farms for $75 per acre to August Englekemeler. Henry bought 130 acres In Knox county and Will and George each bought 160 acres In Pierce county for $25 per acre. I Frank Eaton has sold lfiO acres of land to William. Edgar for $12,800. J. M. Kiser has purchased 300 acres of land In Texas county, Missouri, and with his family will remove there. W. A. Fight haa purchased 1,000 acres of land near Akron, Colo.,' and wilt engage In the stock business there. ' figures Hanna has only a majority of Bva. Quite a number of people, then, will be somewhat upon the anxious sest. until the state board canvasses the returns rn the offlc of the secretary of state on the third Monday after th election. FINDS DEPOSITJLIP IN BIBLE The a He Hells th Paper aa the Beak Befaaea to Hoaor It, la Sard, Loses aad Appeals. PLATT8 MOUTH. Neb.. Nov. 14.-8ps-clal.) About twelve yeara ago George Bo len deposited $50 In the Firt National bank In thla city, and placed th deposit slip In his bible for safekeeping. Years rolled on, and Oeorg neglected to follow hla early teachings to "study the word," and consequently forgot where be had placed the certificate of depoalt. On day, recently, he got down his family blhl to look up the exact quotation of "Seek and ye shall find," and, opening the bible, there lay the lost slip. He sold It to Oeorge Amlck, who pre sented It to the cashier of the bank for payment, which waa refused. The cashier claimed that the bank held Bolen'a not for $35 and Interest, which was equal to the amount of the deposit check. 8uit to recover the amount of deposit was at once Instituted, and waa decided against tho bank. The case haa been appealed to the district court. AGED MOTHER SUES HER SON Throagh Gaardlaa Attempt Is Mad! to Compel Payment of Small 8am I Promised for Her Support, PLATT8MOUTII, Neb.. Nov. 14-(Spo-clal.) John D. Ferguson, as guardian for Elisabeth Irwin, incompetent, haa brought suit In county court to recover the sum of $1,000 from Thomas Irwin, her son. The petition alleges that In 1886 William A. Irwin, now deceased, and wife, Eliza beth, executed and delivered to the defend ant a warranty deed conveying to him their farm property In Cass county, and. that In consideration of this conveyance the defendant verbally agreed to pay the sum of $lfi0 per year toward tile support and maintenance of his parents, Mr. and Mra. Irwin, so long as either of them should live. ' This, It Is claimed, the de fendant failed to do, hence the suit. The court granted the defendant ten days time In which to prepare and file a brief. ACCEPT HIGHER PHONE RATES Fremont Grocers and Batchers Agree a Sahmlt to Violation of Charter by Local Company. FREMONT, Neb., Nov. 14 (Special.) The telephone rate complication which re sulted yesterday in all the grocera and meat mnrket men ordering their Instru ments out waa settled at a joint meeting of the Ketal Grocers association and the Butchers' association last evening by con senting to pay the Increased rate of $2.50 per month and withdrawing their petition to the mayor for relief. This morning the Frefrfont company had the same force of men who were yesterday taking out phones putting the same Instruments bark. It looks as though no action would be taken against the Fremont company for a violation of the terms of Its charter from the city In raising its ratea 50 cents per phone above the maximum allowed by the ordinance. The increased rates are under those of the Nebraska company. bondholders and thla city. Hla clients ar seeking to recover the sum of $30,000 from this city In payment for the light plant. The rase haa been pending In the highest court for more than two years. Th city rlalma It never bought the plant, but simply leased It. ENGINEER IGNORES SIGNALS Fast Freight la Derailed at Ollmoro aad Main Mae Track la Torn Vp. PAPILLION. Neb.. Nov. 14. (Special Telegram.) While running at a speed of nearly thirty miles an hour a fast east bound freight was wrecked at GUmore Junction today. The signals of the Inter locking semaphores were dead against the train but the engineer Ignored them and ran Into a wide open derail. The engine waa only partly derailed, but four care of fruit, hldea and bullion were thrown from the track, rolled over and smashed. The main line eastbound track waa torn up for over J00 feet. Ordera had been Issued to the operator In the tower to block the train on account of another train being ahead at standstill and he displayed his slgnala accordingly. Had he failed In this a bad collision would have resulted. En gineer Norrts failed to see the slgnala or misunderstood them. The track was blocked for over six hours. A tramp, name un known, was reported aa Injured. The trainmen escaped. (3 t J Lb L3 La 9 L3UU 0 (ML We Invito, Inspection. Blankets, Comforts We Urge Comparison, C'harch a Quarter Centnry Old. WEST POINT, Neb., Nov. 14. (Special.) The Congregational church of this plaee celebrated Its silver jubilee during this week. The pastor who founded the church, Rev. George Scott, was present during the hole of the celebration which lasted four days. He was assisted by other former pastors. The exercises wer very elabor ate and Impressive. The church haa made splendid growth during the twenty-fiv years of Ita life, and the reunion , of thla week has cemented the bonds of fellow ship' among the members. A banquet was spread In the church on the last evening at which eighty-five covera wer laid. Jadva Thompson Will Wnteti Connt GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. 14.-(Spe clal.) The official convass of the vote In the Eleventh Judicial district will be attended by at least two of the contesting candidates from this district, aa Judge Thompson Is not entirely ready to concede the election of Judge Hanna. Saes Railroad for Damages. . PLATTBMOUTH, Neb.. Nov. 14-(Sp clal.) William R. Stull, aa administrator of the estate of William R. Webb, de ceased, haa Instituted suit In the district court of Mills county, Ja., against the Chi cago, Burlington & Qulncy Railroad com pany. In which he asks $10,000 damages. On February 17 last Webb came to his death as a result of a fall from the com pany's bridge over the Missouri river al thla point, then In course of construction, II stepped upon a loose plank, and fell to the Ice below, a distance of about eev enty-flv feet, sustaining Injuries from which he died five hours later. The de ceased left a wife and three small children R. B. Randerland la lajared. GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. 14. (Spa clal.) While taking meaaurementa for th Are proofing on the new Carnegie library. In course of construction, R. E. Sunderland of Omaha pierced hla Instep with a nail to th depth of an Inch. "Th injury was dressed and Mr. Sunderland returned to Omaha. , Reaover Their Horace, BEATRICE, Neb.. Nov. 14.-8peHal.) Albert Klug and his uncle, Henry Klug, both of Schuyler, Neb., cam here y ester day after four head of horses which were TUB VALUE OP CHARCOAL. raw rooplo Know Bow Vaafol It la la Preser-vtaa- Health aai Bonnty. I Nearly ovary body knows that ohareaal la the aaiast aad moat affioleat diets faotaat and purifier m Datura, but few realise ta ,ralu whoa taken Into th human, system for .th earn eleanalng purpose. Charcoal la a remedy that the mora you take of It the batter; It la not a drug at all, vat simply aboorbo th gaaea and Im purities always present la th stomach and Intestine and carrtos them out of th system. Charooal aweatena the breath after amok' ilng, drinking or after eating oniona and other odorous vegetables. Charooal effectually clears and Improves the complexion. It whitena th teeth and further acta aa a natural and eminently safe oarthartle. It absorbs th injurious gaaea which col loot la th atouiaoh and bowela; It dlsln recta th mouth and throat from th poison of catarrh. All druggists aell ohareoal In ona form or another, but probably th beat charcoal and the moat for th money Is In Btuart Absorbent Loaengea; they ar eompoaed of th finest powdered Willow charooal and 'Other harmleas antlaeptlce In tablet form, or, rather, la th form of large, plaaaan (tasting loaengea, th charcoal being mixed with honey. . I Th daily uao of these losenges will soon tU In a much Improved oonditlon of the general health, batter complexion, sweeter breath and purer blood, and th beauty of It Is, that no poaaibls harm can renuK JVon their continued uas, but. on th con trary, great benefit. ' A Buffalo physician, la speaking of the 'benefits of charcoal, says: I advise Stuart's Abeorbent Losenges to all patients suffering from gas In the . stomach and bowels, and to clear the complexion and purify the breath, mouth and throat; I also believe th liver la greatly bananud by the dally us of them; they cost but twenty-five eants a box at drug stores, and although In soma sens a patent prepare portion. yt I believe I get more and better charcoal In Stuart's Absorbent Losengas than la any of tha ardlnarjr charcoal tab ta KERR GETS ONE CENT DAMAGES Sues neighbor on Account of Rubbish Washed on to His Land De fendant Pnys Costs. BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. 14. (Special.)-: The case of Andrew Kerr against Joseph Mangus. In which suit was brought for $40 damages by reason of the defendant allowing brush and rubbish" to wash over on plaintiff's farm, waa tried In the county court yesterday, and a verdict waa ren dered in favor of plaintiff, giving him one cent damage, the defendant to pay th costs In the case. The case comes from Sherman township, and about thirty wltnesaea were examined d'jring th trial. DRAGGED TO DEATH BY HORSE R. F. Baker, Otoe County Pioneer nnd Wealthy Farmer, Meets Palatal and Fatal Accident. NEBRASKA CITT, Neb., Nov. 14.-(Spe-clal Telegram.) R: F. Baker, one of the wealthiest farmers and a pioneer settlor of Otoe county, was fatally Injured at his farm, near Dunbar, yesterday. Mr. Baker harnessed a liorce with the intention of driving to town and before starting led th horse to a watering trough. In some. man ner the halter rope became entangled and the horse jerked Mr. Baker off his feet and dragged him over the lot, breaking his arm In two places and injuring his head. He died this afternoon without having re gained consciousness. John Blodgett, a farmer residing east of this city, waa also severely injured In a runaway accident at Rockford last evening. Tries to Effect Settlement. PLATTSMOrTH, Neb., Nov. 14. (Spe cial.) William Balrd of Omaha, attorney According to the figures for the bondholdera of the Plattsmouth of the republicans the majority for Hanna) Gas and Electric light company, came to In the whole district Is 10, while Judge this city In an attempt to bring about a Thompson claimes .that according to hla settlement of the controversy between the Oil and Gas in the Great Plains. i ! V I - Cheyenne Irrr? Platte iDenvep. roi L.n. ! t t CORN AVERAGES HIGH IN DODGE Crop Tarns Out Batter Than Expected, Although Some Did Rot Matu Beeta Do Well. FREMONT. Neb., Nov. 14.-(Speclal.) Corn husking Is well advanced and, accord Ing to reports from the farmers, the crop la turning out better than waa expected, although there Is quite a little unmatured corn. A few exceptionally good fields of early corn In the Maple creek section are running over seventy bushels to the acre, but the average la between thirty and forty. Farmers who had sugar beeta In early would have made a good thing this year. The few fields In this section are be ing dug and, while not going over teven tona to the acre, they will go over 11 per cent In sugar, with co-efflclent of purity of above 80 degrees. KILLS GRAY EAGLE IN SARPY Hunter Brings Down Rare Bird of Considerable Slso, Which la Seat to Omaha te Bo Staffed, s PAPILLION. Neb., Nov. 14. -(Special.) While Mart Mella was hunting In the west era part of the county yesterday he shot a genuine gray eagle. It measured seven feet and seven lnchea from the tip of one wing to th other. These birds are not often seen hereabouts and It Is said that never before waa on killed in the county, The eagle was sent to Omaha to be stuffed, Game la very plentiful In the bottoms of th Piatt this year. Several coons have been killed and not long ago a panther waa seen. . LOCATION OF THE ANTICLINE. Is the central great plains region under lain with oil and gaaT - There are geologic Indications that con ditions within an area ZU miles In length, varying In width from two to six miles, and comprised Within the three atatea, Kansas, Nebraska and South Dakota, are similar to those In which oil and gaa have been found. In Investigating the geologic structure of the central plains region Mr. N. II. Darton of the United States Geological Survey has discovered an uplift, or arch, In the earth's crust which may prove of greatest economic Importance. Owing to the thick covering of clays and sands In the plains the structure of the underlying rocks la difficult to ascertain, but from a careful survey of exposures In western Kansas, the Republlcun valley In Ne braska and the southwestern corner of of anticlines or uplifts hsve resulted In vast extension of known fields, and the application of the theory has been fol lowed by numerous discoveries of other productive territory. Should future devel opntents In the central great plains' area prove the soundness of the anticlinlcal theory, it would result In incalculable benefit to that region. The country in which the anticline puta out is today thinly populated and for the moat part, given over to stock grazing. It lies Just west of the one hundreth meridian, and Is properly classed as belonging to the arid region. With the discovery of oil and gaa, a great impetus would be given to agricultural de velopment, aa the Bull is fertile, of great depth, and as productive as that of any section of the country, when irrigated. The surface wafers are Inaquedate and uncer tain, and. for this reason, this section has New Court House Is Nearly Ready. GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. 14. (Spe cial.) The new court house Is so near com pletion that It Is expected that by Decem ber 1 several of the contractors will have turned over their part of the work to the county. These Include the plumbing, the wiring, the hardware and the -Jail entire, Contracts for the electrlo and gaa lighting fixtures were let this week and will be put In before February 1. The Hall county supervisors will thla year entertain the supervisors and county commissioners of the state In their annual convention. The date fixed at present la In December but the local supervisors are making an effort to have the officers of the association change the date to February In order that the meeting may e held In the new court house which will be In completion by that time. Brnkeman Haa Foot Crushed. STELLA. Neb.. Nov. ll-(Special Teler gram.) Frank Brown, a brakeman on the Missouri Pacific, met with an accident here which cost him one foot and the toea .ft the other one. He. Jumped off the en gin as It passed the depot and collided with a trunk which threw him under th train. Oh foot waa crushed above th ankle, and the toes on the other ona were mashed. The Injured man la about 22 yeara of age and had been on the road only about a month. He is a son of Engineer William Brown who haa been running on th Crete branch of the road for a number of years, Hla father arrived her this evening on a special train and took hia son to th hoa pltal at Atchison. South Dakota, and the consideration of not developed with the same rapidity as much new evidence there by well borings others more favored with perennial streams. In the last few years. Mr. Darton has A great purt of the great plains roglon la demonstrated the existence of a narrow know to be underlain wlta water bearing arch, or saddle back, of considerable mag. gruvels at no great depth from the surface. nltude. extending from the vicinity of Lenora, Kan., through Norton county, aerosa Furnas, Frontier, Lincoln and other counties in Nebruaka, and the white river, where thla river crosses the Nebraska and South Dakota 11 he. This uplift is probably due to the Blight shrinkage of the earth's which, when tapped by wells, furnish an inexhaustible water supply. By untlllsiiig the cheap fuel which would be provided in the event of diacoverlrg til and gas, vast areas of this region cpuld be ir-Jivled from waters obtained by pumping plants. Mr. Darton's discovery will undoubtedly attract crUBt and the extensive series of cretaceous the attention of those who are seeking oil and underlying rocks here lnvolvej. and gaa In parts of the United States. The investigations of the bureau In th A report now In preparation on the geol great Appluchain oil field, covering the oey of the great plalra, by Mr. Darton. operatluna of many years, have placed the which Is to be Issued from the geological anticlinlcal theory of the accumulation of survey In the course of a few months, will oil and gas oa a substantial bata. While he of great interest and value to those such accumulation have been found In DO are desirous of more knowledge con synclinea. notable like that at Florence, cerning the geological structure and re Colo., the practical developments in areas aouices of that region. MCCOOK 1 aro iww)f. T-V " . -' - ' ' ocntvn ie.v. -OMSaocaoiana"' Cambrioge. . j GEOLOQIC FORMATION OF THE GREAT PLAINS ANTICLINE. Rob n Hardware Stare. HARVARD, Neb., Nov. 14. (Special.) Last night, thieves entered the hardwar store of L. A. Hlgglns St Company, by breaking the glaaa in one of the back doors and reaching through and removing the bars and opening the spring lock to the other door. They took three or four nloe guns, and five revolvers and a large amount of silverware, shears, raxor and other fin hardware, In all amounting to between $250 snd $300. Clalma Eatnt for Child. BUTTE. Mont., Nov. 14. (Special Tele gram.) Mra. Jane Bowers of M'Cook. Neb, has brought suit here in the name of her child for the estate of her former husband, who was killed In a wreck some time ago. Mrs. Bowers waa divorced from the de ceased and doea not claim any share of th estate for herself. Bowers had been married again after bla dlvorte from the plaintiff. Saperlor Teacher Pay n Visit. BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 14.-(8pecial.) Prof. A. A. Reed, principal of the Superior, Neb., schools, accompanied by the follow Ing teachers of that place, visited the Beatrice public schools yesterday: Mtaaes Boaserman, Beach, Johnaton. Shaulk Hop per, Butler, Amberson, McCooaughy and Pierce. Old Resident Haa a Bad Fall. BEATRICE. Neb.. Nov. 14. (Special.) Harvey Oiddlngs. an old resident of th! county, while unloading coba at bla home In this city, fell from a wagon and frac tured his right hip Joint. He Is 78 years of age, and th Injury will confine him to hut horn for aom week 55c fswn and 95c y, choco. nlr, $5.75, 2.85 pair, $1(J.OT. 3.50 4.75 some floral ler to match 9.00 November weather will cause you to think of warmer bedding, and this advertisement is a reminder that we bought our blahkete before the general advance In wool, there fore the following values are fully per cent less than prevailing prices: 10-4 Fleece Blankets Tan, whit and gray, pair, $1.00, $oc, 75c, S9c and 11-4 Fleece Blankets Tan, white, fawn and gray, pair, $1.85. $1.76, $1.E0, Qg $1.16, $1.25, $1.00 and -OC WOOL BLANKETS Fawn, gray, choco late and black checks, at pair, $5.75, $5 50, 15.00, $4.75, $4 25, W.75, $1.50, $3.21 and WOOL BLANKETS White, pair, $1(J.OT, IS 00, $6.00. $5.50, $5.00 and COMFORTS AH our comforta are made from one large aheet of medicated cotton and are almost as, soft and fluffy as down. Slse 72x72 Inches $1.00 each. 72x71 Inches $1.35 each. 72x84 Inches $1.50 each. 72x90 Inches 2.2S each. 81xW inches. $3.00 and $2.60 each. WOOL COMFORTS Covered with fine fig ured nainsook, size JIx84 Inches, at, each. DOWN COMFORTS In handsome floral designs, with plain satin border to match color of design, slse 6x7 feet .each All over designs, most any color, else ft. In. xl feet, (P d f at each P 1 " FLANNELETTES Beautiful patterns for klraonaa, dressing sacques. waists fc or wrappers, at yard, 16o and... 1U'' FRENCH FLA N N EL We are showing a large line, suitable designs for waists or dressing sacques, yard, iQ 75c and ,.-v)"C SKIRTING FLANNEL White or gray, at yard. $1.00, 85c, 75c, 66c, 0c, 66c, J 60c, 45c, 40c lie, 300 and omJ Thanksgiving Linen Our stock consists of the very best Irish, Scotch and German makes, and the follow- ng specials should commend them to your notice: PATTERN TABLE CLOTHS-In fine Irish linen Size 2x1 yards $2.35. 2r.2V4 yards 13.00. 2x1 yards-$3.60. Napkins to match $3.50 dosen. , PATTERN TABLE CLOTHS In order to introduce them the manufacturer makes a deep cut, which enables us to retail them at leas than regular cost. 2x2 yards, worth $6.00, at $3 5. 2x2H yards, worth $8.60. at $4.96. 2x8 yards, worth $9 50, at $6.95. ! - 2x3H yards, worth $10.60, at .$8.95 each. t2M yarda, worth $10.50, at $6.60. Ittxl yards, worth $12.50, at $7.95. IVixlH yarda, worth $16.00, at $3 50. 2Vix4 yards, worth $18.00, at $11.00 each. CLUNY CENTER PIECES AND DOILIES From 84-lnch slse down to 6-lnch prices each. $8.06, $7.60, $4.00. $5.60. $6.00. $4.75. $4.00. $3.75, $8.00. $2.66, $1.86, $1.26. 1.00, 76c, 40o and..... High Grade Novelties in Laces Point de Venise, Irish Crochet, Cluny and Teneritfe Effects In separate designs, medallions, bands and Insertions, elegant effects, white, cream. ecru and butter, at yard, $2,25, $1.60, $1.26, $1.00, 86c and New Gloves Our fall and now complete. "Monarch", fine clasps, nil new pair shade, a winter stock French kid, 2 ....$2 75c Narrow Venetian Point Galoons Very neat effects, at yard, 4 25c, 18c, lio and 1UC New Wide Lace Collars In Venetian and Irish Point, Point Gage, Crochet, Teneriffa, etc. white, cream and butter, large assortment, excellent values. at each, $3.60, $2.60, $1.76, C1.26. $1.00, 76o and. 65c Latest Novelties In Neckwear Tnllor made end fancy otocks. In an end less variety of new creations and com binations. Including Persian and Bulgar ian effects, at each, $3.50 down to $1.00, 76c, COc, 85c and 35c 25c Latest Novelties In Leather Bags A very large assortment direct from the best makers, comprising the very latest shapes and mountings. Carriage Bags Black Seal, Colored Sea Lion or Walrus, Mlk lined, at each, $6.00, $6.00, $4 00, $3.00, $2.26, $1.60 and , Shelbourne Pique our famou T glove, 2 clasps, 1 H Eat a pair Mocha Bilk Lined 2 clasps brown, gray, mode "I C and black, ft pair . . Mocha Unlined one 1 Est clasp, a pair lawaVOr Dent's New Saddle Sewn (knock around) " EIf n nsur "-r M ' Dent's First Quality a pair $2 Ladies' Golf Gloves extra quality, all colors, O a niiir JJ,K - - - $1 Automobile Bags In Plack Seal, Colored Walrus, Pea Lion and Sadan goat, gilt and oxidized frames, silk lined, litted with coin purse and card care, plain end tainted leather handles, at each, $12.00, 5.00, $3.50, -4 $2.26, $160 and JafO f , Nentskl Bags In Japanese ieatber And' Japanese Dafnask Clotha and Colored Walrue, with Japanese mountings, at each, $16.00, down to $7.50, $5.60, $4.60, $.150 and Children's Wrist Bags At each $1.00, 76c 60c and ....2 25 25c Ladies' Outing Flannel Gowns New Crash Leather Beits All the rage in th larg eastern cities in white, black, red, blue, tan, at each $100, $2.76, $1.60. TEa" $1.00 and JL QC Plain and fancy colorings, neatly and substantially made, at $1.50, fri $1.25, ?1 and vJtJy Children'H and misses' outing Ha unci gowns, neat designs and dainty colorings at 75 eeuts, 80 tents A CZ T.Oc and..., 7t-J Ladies' Fjdtrdown Bath Robes, In pink, blue, red and gray, cach,from ?l6.00 O 71 down to Cor. Fartiam and Fifteenth Streets. LANT SflSBURY CONFESSES Grand Etpidi Water Boaadal Promise! 8ec- lationtl DaTelopmenta. GIYES NAMES OF ALL ASSOCIATES Details Are Held Secret aad Arrests of Several Aldermea aad City Officials Are Expected at Once. GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.. Nov. 14. (Spe cial Telegram.) Lant K. Salsbury, former city attorney of Grand Raplda, who was convicted of accepting a bribe of $76,000 In connection with the voting of a fran chise for a system of water works In thla city In 1901-02, has mad a complete con fession, giving the name of every man associated with blm In tha scandal. Bala- bury appeared In th superior court today for sentence, but at the request of the public prosecutor sentence was deferred until December 14 or later. In order that Balsbury may appear aa a witness against the men who are to be arrested for com plicity In the bribe taking. Details of Salsbury' confession are kept a cloae secret In order that all arrests may be made before any of the Implicated parties take flight. The arrest of several aldermen and former city officials Is ex pected at once. Assistant Prosecutor Ward, In refusing to give out at present the de tails of Salsbury's confession or the names of the persons Implicated therein, said: "At present the consessloii Is a part of th case of th state against any person or persons against whom proceedings may b begun. It could not possibly be given out at this time without seriously Injuring the case." He Intimated, however, that there will be aensatlonal developments noon. A prominent official who Is in clop touch with tha prosecution stated afterward that the developments in the water scandal cases were to be of so sensational a na ture that they would make this case the worst of the kind in the history of the nation, not even excepting the St. Louis scandal. Salsbury, only a few daya ago, finished a two-year . sentence at the Detroit house of correction on a charge of accepting a bribe and great pressure has been brought to bear on him by hla friends, who wanted, him to minimize his further punishment by making a confession.. Tha first publicity attached' to the Sale bury case came In an Indictment returned against the Michigan official by the grand jury of Cook county, Illinois In' February of 1901. Th Indictment charged "one Sals bury, aliaa William Woods," with the lar ceny of $50,000 from Guy C. Barton of Omaha. It waa alleged that Barton and Salsbury had enetered Into an agreement concerning the Grand Raplda water con tract and that the money had been placed In a Chicago safety deposit vault pending the fulfillment of the agreement. Both Ban ton and Balsbury had keys to the box, and. It was said, Balsbury abstracted the money without the other's permission. Soon after th indictment' waa voted Balsbury waa taken to Chicago by private detectives and an all-night conference waa held In the Grand Pacific hotel. It waa at this con ference that Balsbury turned over the $nO,- 000 to Barton. The Chicago Indictment was to be dropped. PROMOTES HEALTH VI $t " SIS j ' c""lo8u' Of all "class" underwear In tho mnrket today, JAKUKK enjoys tne proud distinction of being at one the oldcHt and -the ' lustiest. It tame TUB FIRST Into PUBLIC ITY: it remains THIS FIRST In POPULARITY. ITS QUARTER OF A CENTURY'S SUCCESS AT TESTS THIS. ITS EVER EX PANDING SUCCESS PROVES IT. 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For Colorado and Wyoming Ilalij or snow Sunday; fair and colder Monday. For North and South Dakota Bnow Bun day and Sunday night; fair and colder Monday. OFFICE OF THE WEATHER Bl'REAU, OMAHA, Nov. 13 Official record of tem perature and precipitation compare! with tha corresponding day of the last three years: ion. i"S. ii. won. Maximum temperature.... 48 47 45 43 Minimum temperature.... 32 82 30 21 Mean temperulur 40 40 38 Hi Preciptation 00 At .00 .00 Record of temperature and precipitation at Omaha for thla day and sine March 1, Normal temperature 16 K areas for tha day 4 Total excess since March 1.... 142 Normal preclpltaiion . 01 nc Ieni ier. y for tha day u3 Inch Precipitation vine March 1 M. M Inches Kxcens since March 1 l.lti Inches Deflt'ieDcy for our. period, Wl... Z.uu Inches DoAclency for cor. period, lavl... l a Inches m a. 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