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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, MAY 15. 1003.
.-.r.v, nil l.r A OM VN Milt STORK." You Can Put This Down ON SALE AT COST Factory Surplus Stock of Women's Summer Suits and Dresses The lYlnresa C'Inak and Suit Co. has mnt ns their surplus stock of mm JURY HUNG ON CHINESE Anglo-Mongolian Battle Endi with Jlonors Easy. LIU WING TAKES STAND FOR SELF On All-Important Owalatorr Ques tion Ho Avers Kor Harris Did 'Klxifr Mellcan ial" Ulrl Involved Rentes It. "Ha Ills, lie klssce Mellcan gal." So declared Liu Wing, defendant In the great Anglr-Mongollun damage, suit. In :ounty court, which ended yesterday even ing : with honors tay, the Jury hnving 41sagreed. I-luJi testimony Is In contra diction to that the the Mellcan gal In volved, who In the morning deposed that Harris simply tried to kiss her, did not land, so to speak. It might not appear at first sight that the question of R-y Harris' osculatory endeavors had aught to do with the ques tion whether he was entitled to damages from Liu Wing, Ah Sue, Blng Lung. Chop Buey and the other defendants In the case. However, the Chinese claimed that Harris was not the best waiter in the world the mor.ilng they bounced several things at th Golden Eagle restaurant Harris from hU job and a pie plate on his head, to say. nothing of several pairs of Flowery Kingdom fists which Impinged on the Har ris cranium with telling effect. The defense maintained that Harris had looked on the cup which cheers, and also Inebriates, before he caftie late to work .that morning. -end .that he did everything bu wait on guests at the Celestial cafe teria. Hence the Importance of the al leged kissing tf ono or other; ef the two white girls, who also worked at the res taurant. Bcse Hamilton, young and at least as goi.l looking as the average waitress, tes tified for Harris and was quizzed as to whether she had been kissed. "He tried to, but did not succeed," was her answer. Atked If Harris hugged her. Miss Hamil ton admitted that Harris attempted to ex ecute a clutch, but she broke the hold. Thus tlia mailer stands. Liu Wing Is of unimpeachable ' veracity, but it must r1" 'Ji! www tywww iwuiawi mm im mm) iiuiw v laniuMnmip'UW ...l..a.-tL-. T " -TiTal)M a aillfl (lalasl HIMiIIMiriafl aj III mjM AIM 'f.yur wm A wsA children HanBaawa' 'OUTFITTING. CO. I3I5-I7-I0;FARNAM5T; "TH ITOU T BAT'S high (trade Hull and Urease to dispone of at COST. The style, quality of material and TIIF, TAILOKIMi AKE OK TIIK SAME HIGH CLASS Oil. IKK an that-of Til Kill llKtJULAH STOCK which has RECEIVE!! TUB APPROVAL- of the Oniaha Women with discriminating tattles for dress and unfaltering Judgment of values. Suits Dressos In all the newest materials and styles $15. 120, $2R ami $.10 values, at cost price $8.00, $10.00 $12.50 and $15.00 $l'n Tn c-PI: c Kult.x. $12.00 Jt price -, '(-"- Uult.5, at cut price $15.00 $30 Three-PIeco Suits, at com price-- $18.00 Princess Cloak and Suit Parlor MANAGEMENT OF GOODYEAR RAINCOAT CO. 16th nnd Davenport Sts. be admitted that Miss Hamilton is In a better position to know, and possibly the Oriental mlatook the endeavor for the achievement. There were four men on the Jury in county court, two of the six, which is the total In county court cases, having been excused. There weie shut up for several hours In the afternoon and they deadlocked tight. . Three thought that the Manchus had not used more than Justifi able energy In Impelling Harris out the dnor and the other man whs firm that Harris ought to get the $1,000 asked for being beaten up by the Tartars. FALLING TROLLEY HITS MAN Charles Peterson Injured In Peculiar Accident at Sixteenth and Webster. While attempting to board a Hanscom park car at Sixteenth and Webster streets about 6:15 yesterday afternoon Charles Pe terson, a carpenter, living at 4336 Ohio street, was struck on the head by the trolley, which fell off the car,. It is thought that the trolley slipped off the wire and caught In a guy wire and was Jerked out of the fastening. Peterson's Injuries, while painful, are not danger ous although it was necessary to take several stitches. He was carrying some wlndoy frames and the trolley struck these and it is very probable that this saved him from more serious injury. He was Immediately taken to the police sta tion, wheer his wounds ware dressed and was then taken home In the new police automcUil. DEADLOCKED JURY EXCUSED Judge Day Lets Men Who Heard Nell Brandels Case Go After Twenty 'Four Hours' Disagreement. After a, deadlock of twenty-four hours Judge Day excused at 5 p. m. yesterday the Jury which had heard the suit of Mrs. Elizabeth Neff against Emll and Arthur Drandeis. Mrs! Neff claimed damages for an automobile accident. Judge Day ac cepted the disagreement so far as it con cerned Emll Brandels and ordered a verdict In favor of Arthur Brandels. John L. Ken nedy represented him. W. J. Connell ap peared for the plaintiff and had ten of the Jurors with him. The other two held for the defendants. R. tv. Breckenrldge repre sented Emll Brandels. How Does Your WIFE wife or the should need new clothes, now v is the time to get them. We have some ex ceptional bargains in smart tailored suits for ladies and misses which are going to be closed out quickly. The prices are ridiculously low for garments of such good quality, and together with our Easy Payment Plan, there is a great opportunity to get good clothes at low prices and on OediL SQUASH AU. OTla." WF Look? Waists The Bitf Sals .10 dos. walrts. worth up to J.1.00; to go on sale at cost price .. JUl Skirts Big assortment, worth up to tig. 50; to go at price . $4.90 Corn Show Exhibits from Hudson Bay and Honolulu Tom Sturgess Sings "From Green land's Icy Mountains to India's Coral Strand." When Hawaii announced an exhibit for the National Corn exposition Friday, Sec retary T. F. Sturgess, who Is a Methodist, sang two stanzas of "From Greenland's Icy Mountains to India's Coral Strand." Only a few days ago the exposition man agement got notice from a New York farmer that he was interested in the far north and would exhibit corn grown north of Hudson bay. Now comes a letter 'from John W. Gil more, president of the College of Hawaii at Honolulu, saying if the exposition warns the display he will collect materials tn show how agriculture Is being taught In the tropics across the Pacific. This Is Just what the exposition wants, and will be Invited at once. It expands the scope of the exhibits tn th. vn.i Corn exposition which last year attracted international attention and this year prom ises to be a thoroughly International af fair. LONG ON THEGOLDEN GULPS Jonathan Henry Has Difficulty In Staying; Out of Jailer Ryan's Jail. John Heney, whose rapacity and capacity for those golden gulps of grief which may be obtained at the rate of 6 cents per gutp, Just cannot make his thirst behave. Natur ally, therefore, he Just cannot stay out of Jail. Thursday night, after having Just fin ished a five days' visit at Jailer Ryan's place of business, the veteran tank de monstrator called again at his favorite sanitarium of hibernation and recupera tion. Insisting upon telling his Joys and troubles through an open window to friends who were "on the inside" of Jal life. Jonathan Heney's conversation with David Drunknow and other personages cf equally friendly and Jovial disposition, was rudely interrupted by Officer Vanderford, who placed Heney where he could talk with the Jail boarders without cranning through a window. In court Friday ten days were granted him as a bonus. SUIT TO GET NOTE IN COURT D. A. Davis Wants D. C. Ayer to Pro duce Paper Cashed by Former's Father for Latter. Douglas A. Davis has filed suit'ln dis trict court asking that Don C. Ayer ba summoned Into court, bringing with him a promissory note for $900 which Davis' father, the late James A. Davis, cashed for Ayer The plaintiff says that after his fathers death he presented the note to Ayer asking payment, that Ayer put the note in h s pocket and that plaintiff has not seen it since nor- the money. Davis, the plaintiff In the suit, got into the county's official records last week mrougn affidavits fllet by General J. c. owin ana. v. L. Weaver charging Davis with prejudice In the suit r in t n... Turner against the Omaha & Council Bluffs Direct Kanway company and also declaring that he was not competent tn K.... on the Jury, being under a guardian as to his financial affairs appointed by the county A Fierce Attack of malaria, liver derangement and kidney trouble is easily cured by Electric Bitters the guaranteed remedy. 60c For sale by Beaton Drug Co. COLONEL CREIGH VERY SICK Contracted Pneamonia at Encamp, ment and Is Seriously III at Hla Home. Colonel Thomas a' Crelgh I lying seri ously 111 with pneumonia at Ms home 11 North Thirty-second avenue. Colonel Crelgh was taken 111 at York while attend ing the Grand Army encampment and was compelled to return hofne Wednesday evening. While his condition is not critical yet it is sufficient to cause his friends great anxiety. Colonel Crelgh was resting comfortably Friday afternoon and showed some slight Indications of Improvement. Matinee performance at H yd s Saturday by the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, includes several of the finest musical com positions ever written. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Judge Edgar Fawcett and others of the Grand Army delegation to the Nebraska encampment at York have returned home "The encampment Wd one of the best I have ever att-nded," said Judge Fawcett 'The York people entertained us hand somely. The election of L. D. Richards of Fiemont as department commander is a I nlted States Marshal Warner and Dis- uvt returned rroni Lincoln, where they attended the opening of the May term of the federal courts for the Lincoln division. The grand Jury finished Its work Thursday evening re turning about twenty indictments for nils cells nei.us minor offenses against the United States lawa as an absolute fact that there's not a store in all Omaha that can buy their stock so near to actual cost of manufacture as this Hattman institution. There's not a concern in America that hasequal buying power not one. Having 22 big stores, we buy in such big quantities as to buy at smaller prices than any other firm in the business. That's what makes it possible to offer you such bargains as we advertise today great, big, unmatchable bargains. fiTTTfT ALL BRASS BEDS A wonder at the price. Made with large continuous posts measuring two Inches in diameter. Has genuine French lacquer, guaranteed for 10 years. Price 24.50 at Absolutely the best refrig erator for the money to be found anywhere. Scien tifically constructed and thoroughly guaranteed. The aoove is ono or our many special values. On sale all week at only. SOLID OAK SIDEBOARDS Of very massive design and of the very finest construc tion throughout. Have ser pentine front, lined drawers for silverware, magnificent cartings and two French bevel mirrors. Sale price 15.50 Pedestal Extension Table Made of American quartered oak, very masstve table, extra heavy base, . carved claw feet, brilliant polished top. A high grade table an exceptional value for the , money. Price 11.95 I j ill rni'idf-'"-- -it- il,fr ' '"'rj 1414-1648 Douglas Street. McVann at Traffic Meeting Goei to St. Louis, Where League Meet After Visit to Taft. E. J. McVann, manager of the traffic bureau of the Commercial club, was one of a committee from the National Industrial Traffic league which was to hold a con ference with President Taft Thursday rel ative to the changes which the league wants In the Interstate commerce law and other policies of representative shippers. Mr. McVann could not leave Nebraska, however, because of Important matters In the stale until It was too late for him to get to Washington. He left Thursday even ing for St. Louis where he will meet Presi dent Lincoln of the Traffic league on his return from Washington. It Is supposed the committee met President Taft Thurs day and discussed the work of the league. Mr. McVann has been chairman of the uniform bill of lading committee as well as of the legislative committee of the league. The three things which the league has been most active In urging are (1 uniform bill of lading. (J) right of shippers to route their shipments, (3) power given the Inter state Commerce Commission to forbid a railroad company putting rates into effect whore a protest is filed until a hearing can be secured. MASTER PLEADSF0R HIS DOG 'He's Xot So lelous," He Tells the Court, bat Case tior Against Him. "He's not' so vil lous." remarked Mercer Kurd. 2719 South Thirteenth street. In de scribing the exact degree of vlciousness of which his dog Is guilty. The animal is said to have been hungry Wednesday and to have eaten a squaie chunk of trouser cloth from M. M. Smith s clothes when the latter entered the Kurd yard to do some canvassing. When asked Just how vicious th canine really was, Kurd said: "Well, he barks and makes motions, and i Handosme Iron Beds They are Just like above Illus tration, heavily enameled In any color desired. You would never expect such a handsome bed for money. On sale 4.99 Refrigerators 6.75 AN AMAZING Rocker Did You Ever See Its Equal? These rockers are made of solid oak. They re upholstered In guaranteed Nantucket leather. You positively never saw such a well made rocker offered at the price before in all your experience. It is very handsome in design, has deeply tufted back with a beautiful ruffled edge around fie back and across the front of the sea (J Everything Just as Illustrated i There are over 800 of these rockers In the lot, and we have cut the price to only , BIG VALUE IN THREE - This is one special from our many usual offerings In thoroughly depend able, highly artistic three-piece parlor suites. Ths suites are made in mahogany finish, beautiful piano finish. Each piece Is extra large, broad and spacious. Each arm of each piece Is adorned with carving and the cnair and divan have carved claw reet. Kach piece is fitted with loose cushions, upholstered In silk plush. It's a thoroughly high grade parlor suite, offered at an amazingly small price, only 9x12 Brussels Rugs There's not another store In Omaha that's offering a rug vali- that will measure up to this one. These rugs are made of all wor sted materials, sre firmly woven. made without miter seams and recommended for ex ceptional durability. Special this sale 10.85 If you go near enough ha might take a little bite." After part of the hearing on the com plaint alleging that the man was the keeper of a vicious dog, it was discontinued and a charge of maintaining a nuisance wa nlaeed asalnst him. Because some of the witnesses were not In police court, the case was continued till Saturday morning. Boy Up for First Degree Murder Roy Davis, Claiming to Be Only Thir teen, is Held on That Charge. Roy Davis, the colored boy, who claims to be only 13 years of age, will be held for murder In the first degree, as the re sult of the Inquest over the body of Nate Travis, wlv m he admits having shot. Travis died ss the result of a gunshot wound, administered with Intent to mur der, by the Davis lad. County Attorney English, who conducted the Inquest Thurs day and Friday mornings, said, when he heard the verdict, that he would file a complaint, charging murder, probably In the first degree. ' Twelve witnesses, mostly colored, were examined, and parts of two days were taken up with the Inquest. Davis was not placed on the stand. The latter's statement that he is only II years of age, is doubted by the county at torney, who declared that the boy Is at least 17. CHARLES MARSH PASSES AWAY Omaha Elk Dies of Dropsy at Kseel slor Springs, Where He Sought Health. Charles Marsh died Thursday afternoon at Excelsior Spring, Mo., after a long Ill ness, from dropsy. A dispatch containing this Information was received here by Secretary Miner of th local Elks lodge, of which Mr. Marsh was a member. Mr. Marsh was burn In Omafu forty-five fin cuj "nar .u i En i.i-.j jfcl a u w vi'li33jJ Handsome Iron Bed Of nest design and heavily enameled In any of the pop ular colors desired. You positively never saw Its equal. Special at... 4.25 Collapsible Go-Carts On motion folding carts. Close up cmpactly with a sin gle motion. Are exceedingly strong, yet light In Price complete with hood and storm front In Nantucket leath er, any color Valuo Everything Just As Represented e 6.19 a Ilarttnan'g New Model Guaran teed Sewing Machine Newest improved head, bal bearing stand, all Im provements. Spe cial sale price complete with full set of accessories and attachments: guaranteed, . at only 310.75 PIECE PARLOR SUITE 19.85 9x12 Axminster Rugs These are our newest spring pat terns. Very handsome and very durable. The colorings are very pleasing, very rich and artistic and are non-fadeable. This value should prove to your mind the fact that our prices sre unmatchable. Special for this sale 20.75 years ago last August. His mother, Mrs. W. W. Marsh, widow of the late Captain Marsh, has been at the Hprlngs two months with her sons Allen and Charles, when the latter's death occurred. A wife and 4-months-old daughter, Gertrude, survive him, also the mother and three brothers, William. Frank and Allen Marsh. Mr. Marsh's father was a pioneer officer in the street railway company and the Union National bank before his death. The body will be brought to Omaha for burial, arriv ing early Saturday morning. The body will arrive in Omaha Saturday 1 1 Nxssfc 20 DISCOUNT SALE On account of moving to a new loca tion, we are selling our entire stock of men's Clothing and Furnishing goods at 20 discount, as we will not take any of our present stock into our new location. Here are genuine bargains for you. Drop in and talk it ovr. BOURKE'S CLOTHES SHOP, 319 S. 16th Street. ALL BRASS BEDS Bed of attractive design heavy posts and tubing. Beat French lacquer, guaranteed durability. This price cannot be duplicated In Omaha 15.75 weignt. 5,80 Princess Dresser Large French plate beveled edge mirror, roomy draw ers, exceptionally well mane, in oaK, mahogany or maple. Special 10.89 1414-16-18 Douglas Street. morning, but funeral arrangement have not yet been made. ' Great Sale of Ladles' Tailored Baits. Orktn Bros, have started their wonder ful suit selling. High-class tailored suits, that sold at . t27.M. S29.7B. 13150 and 13a. on sale Saturday at (12.60. Bee Orkln Bros.,' advertisement on page 13. 1 Bigger, Better, Busier That's what ad. tising In The Bee does for your business. M i X fl 'J V