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a HE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 30. 1009.
j f jlU Dong. SIS BOTH FMOItl ROAOI HVIm DKPTI Xnd. A-1S41 j' Special News for Monday $1.50 All Silk Voile or Marquisette, 42 Inches, at, Per Yard 39c When we advertise something ppeoial it is news, without sensationalism, without exag geration these special dress goods should be of real personal interest to even" woman who is thinking of buying pretty soft goods for a new gown. Just closing out the last of this line. Not a large quantity but a well assorted line of colors to choose from for those who get here when they go on sale Monday. " Old rose, French gray, navy two shades, new brown, dark green, reseda green, tan, etc., your choice, 39c per yard. .. Fresh, New, Best Spot Prcof and Perspira tion Proof Black Silks, 50c, 75c and $1.00 per Yard. If any one fabric li specially well suited to sum mer suits and waists for all kinds of wear It is cer tainly these silks. New Shades in Kayser Silk Gloves " We have Just received a special shipment of the much wanted new shades. Every sire in the new Reseda, New Olives, New Saxe and New Mustard shades. Kayser's 2-clasp gloves, per pair, $1.00. Special Sale of Brussels Net Curtains Monday Beautiful designs In the daintiest effects on Im ported BriiRsels net, plain or figured centers. Notice the reductions, compare the curtains any way you "want, you'll he the more convinced of the great values we are offering. $0.50 Imp. Brussels Net Curtains, at $2.48 a pair. $7.00 Imp. Brussels Net Curtains, at $3.29 a pair. $8.00 and $9.00 Imported Brussels Net Curtains, at 4.9R a pair. $10.00 Imp. Brussels Net Curtains, at $5.48 a pair. $16.00 Imp. Brussels Net Curtains, at $9.25 a pair. The Wayne Cedared Paper Wardrobe Moth, dust, dampness ruin as much clothing as is worn out. The finest garments are the more suscept ible. Women lose their costly furs, expensive dresses and outer garments. Men their evening clothes, uni forms and other things. There is one surd way to prevent It. The Wayne Cedared Paper Wardrobe. It Is an inexpensive effective and everlasting protection from moths and other Insects, dust and dampness. No disagreeable odor. You do not have to air cloth ing that have been hanging in Wayne Cedared Paper Wardrobe. See them In Drapery Department. West basement. jncw mil isucKies ana Hat Pins JuRt arrived, new belt buckles In gold, gun metal and pearl. Hat pins to suit every one The line Includes a wliia range of styles In both fanry lop and the plainer pins. Special illpluy of Jet hat pins. New Collar pins to wear with the popular Dutch collars. Cuff buttons In pearl, gold and Jet nt nouiilur prices. Special Sale of Silk Nets Beautiful silk nets in black and colors, colors, 45-lnches wide; regular $1.75 and $2.50 qualities reduced to 59c a yard. V Wash Belts Wash belts made of white linen embroidered all around, finished with pearl buckles at 50c, 75c and $1.00 each. Wash belts made of linen fin ished with metal buckles 25c escu. New patterns in elastic belting for making belts. Our Store will bo open all day Monday Visit the Hair Goods depart ment, 3d floor. We sell McCall's Patterns. the fourth man In the automobile picture taken at Pener Is the man wanted. Hli picture Is a sood one and the original could be Identified readily. A man answering his description was an Interested spectator in the court room dur ing the arraignment of the three bandits Saturday morning. Ths likeness was so striking that his arrest Is likely to follow. Tha poatofflca men and the Pinkertona have him under survellance. WOOD" HOBS THE FtJIJIY BOY ACT Aeka for Qaarter to Complete the Atnonat of Hla Bond. "Won't somebody loan ma a quarter? I need Just that much to make out my ball," laughingly remarked D. W. Woods, sup posed to be tho leader of the alleged ban dlta, when he heard that hia bond had been fixed at IKS.000. "Sure, hers It Is," ventured United States Marshal Warner, and the suspects laughed and enjoyed the Joke as much as anyone,- 1 . Woods Is .quite a Joker and kept himself and his guards In mirth during frequent apelia throughout tha morning. "Ho looks llko a Chloago policeman I used to know." said Polios Captain Henry Dunn of Woods when the three men were looked over at the city Jail about noon Saturday. . "Aw,. I'd make a h I of a lot better cop than any Chi bull you ever knew," Woods responded quickly and with a note of fun, either real of feigned, that was remarkable. "What's your trade?" asked Captsln Dunn. "Butcher," replied Woods. "Tou certainly butchered that hold-up Job." remarked W. T. Canada of the Union Pacific. "Well," spoke up the supposed leader of the gang, slyly smiling, "I can make a T steak out of a brisket, and that's mors than any of you can do." Throughout the interview Captains Sav age and Dunn had with the prisoners, they continually meddled with their handcuffs. Woods especially seemed uneasy and sev eral tlrpes he asked if he could not be re lieved of them while In the police station. The officers refused to do so. B-5-30-9 to the form, force and effect of the statute of the United States, and against tlie peace and dignity of the United States." Plead Not Guilty, Aalt Time. Wood was the first of the prisoners ar raigned. He pleaded not guilty to the charge. Gordon and Torgensen entered similar pleas. Commissioner Anderson then asked the men If they were ready for trial or preliminary hearing. "I would like to have a few days, your honor, to prepare for a hearing," said Wood. "1 would like to have a few days, too, 'ust like Mr. Wood." said Torgensen. Oonlon was asked a second time if he . ready for trial and then stood up and -Hl.d for a continuance for a few days "1 will fig your bond at 120,000 each," re marked Commissioner Anderson," and will et the preliminary hearing for 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, June 2. I suppose none of you Is ready to furnish bond." The accused men replied negatively and were then remanded to the custody of the United States marshal. The prisoners were again handcuffed to their guards and taken to the Douglas county Jail. Law Makes Life Possible The law under which the1 accused are arraigned is section (1,472 of the revised statutes of the United States. This pro vides that any person who shall attempt to rob the United Slates malls shall be sub ject to a minimum penalty of five year or a maximum penalty of ten years' im prisonment, and If he rhall wound, put In Jeopardy or endanger the life of any per son having charge of such mall, by mean of a deadly weapon, the penalty shall be Imprisonment for life. It will be observed that the arraignment and complaint covers the life Imprison ment clause penalty. County Attorney English said: "There will be no conflict of authority between the state and federal government in these cases. All that me can hope to do Is to see that the accused men, it con victed, shall be adequately punished. It appears that the complaint Just 'filed Is sufficient, and I guess the federal govern ment will take ample care of the case. The state has not yet taken up the matter of Indicting the accused men. I do not know what we may do later." Offlcera Take Xo Chances. After their arraignment the three ban dits were walked to the police station at Eleventh and Dodge streets from the fed eral building. Each was handcuffed to an officer, and United States Marshal Warner, whose prisoners tho men now are; W. T. Canada, chief of the Union Pacific secret service; Chief of Police Briggs of South Omaha and other officers and deputies ac companied the party. Throughout the walk and the subsequent proceedings none of the prisoners was al lowed to remain without "cuffs" on his one wrlBt, even when he was surrounded by officers In an office or partially un dressed to be measured. Part of the time their hands were handcuffed together. Efforts were made at the police sta tion by the old hands there, Including Cap tains Dunn and Savage, to name the Tien or at leaat recall something about them. But beyond making a few faint sugges tions of no consequence as to whom they might be nothing waa accomplished In that line. Captain Savage thought at first the man calling himself Woods might really be "Long John" Williams, a notorious nd desperate criminal. "Well, that's Just another bne of my new names," remarked Woods, with hla usual chuckle. When ordered to prepare for Bertillon measurement the three prisoners declared they did not know what to do and had to be told to remove their coats, vests, shoes and stockings. The police thought ihey were merely pretending Ignorance. I Woods was the first measured and la now numbered 2,099 in the local rogues' gallery, his picture having been taken im mediately afterward. He is 36 years of' age, weighs i67 pounds. Is five' feet ten inches in height and has a ruddy face, medium complexion, sandy mustache, light chestnut hair and a curved cut scar In the palm of his right hand. He Is somewhat bald on the top of his head. Fred Torgensen, number 2,100. la 32 years of age, weighs 161 pounds, Is five feet six Inches in height, has medium complexion, several cut scars on his left thumb, a piece of his upper left ear lobe bitten or cut out, and Is also somewhat baldlsh on top of his head. He asserts he is a cook. James Oordon, number 2,101, said he was 23 years of age and a shlngler and car penter by trade. He weighed 146 pounds, Is five feet nine Inches in height, has me- I dlum complexion iand a heavy head of dark chestnut hair. There Is a pit scar below his right eye and scars on his fingers. Information, for the identification of the men in othei cities, Including their Ber tillon measurements and photographs, will be sent out all over the country as soon as possible by the police. It is expected that the kthree suspects will be proved much wanted persons in other cities for crimes similar to the one for which they are now held. The postofflce Inspectors sre confident tnat the fourth man of the bandit quartet will be landed before many days. It seems to be a pretty well settled conviction that EFFORT TO ARRANGE THE MAIL Job of Getting) It Into Tangible Form is Big One. The postofflce Inspectors are rushing to get the recovered wrecks of the mail .nto some tangible shape. There Is a great mass of all kinds of stuff that has been torn from the rifled mall packages the robbers had. Among the mass Is a bunch of refunding bonds of the city of Seattle. Other of the debris consists of money orders, packages of merchandise. Instruments, knives, silk shirtwaists, men's shirts, legal documents, clothing, photograph apparatus and about everything conceivable that can be law fully transmitted through the malls. Notices are being sent out to the differ ent poatofflces in which any of the mall packages originated and two or three weeks will have passed before the tangled mass of stuff can be straightened ut. Some of the merchandise packages are yet unopened, but everything that looked as if it might contain anything of value was torn or cut open by the robbers. Very little money has been recovered from .the mall thus far by the Inspectors. mm w. 'js v ... nil 11 Send,0r Wx 1 new aprinfi I y 1 ) II carefully selected array of "small women's" washable Coat Suits is now most tempingly displayed here smbraoinr, of oonrsa, tha season's aooepted ldeaa In Imported steps, x , Kemr cloths, Unen, and rreneh linen all most fashionable materiala. the range of colorings la mora than ordinarily tended, Including at . It does, all of those fetohlng pink, tana, buis, halloa, French grays, nsvys, new mustards, roaee, and the always Immaculate white. aU partake of tha aaoi-mted atria some with cutaway coats soma trimmed with pearl or Jet or hand braided buttona. others again have Dutch collars enhanced with pomparour embroid ery. Coat lengths from 36 to 40 In c has, alsse 33 to 38 bust. -unique "Buster Drown" models tha Bustar Brown" suit Is as "unusual" as Its namesake the rat an la very aaahy the general modeling very fetching. Thla model has silk inlaid lapels, and la elaborate with oovered button trlmminga. the perfect fit of AMY of the above desoribad garments is some thing marvelouai each garment hanga, covers, and fits one'a form as though measured for, and eat to order for TAT particular buyer. $10. $12, $13.50. $15. $17.50 and . $20 See those newly arrived tan Irish Linen 'Automobile Coats. They're priced at $7.50 Slocum at Head of Harvard Clubs New York Man Made President of As sociation and Cleveland Gets Next Meeting. Here is a Special Indeed at at $12 we show especially attractive French llnt-n anita with tucked nanela at ooat aides and- front of skirl. elaborate with covered buttnn trlmminga. Etve red top collars and come in pint, blue, Urn or white, la sixes St to . Wonderfully acuraxe in fit. Send for new aprinfi catalog TBI WfJHO rtopirs OWN TOM SC3 esraTWTV 1 111 II 1 II s atSVlUSi uia-oir Doutflas Street Omahtf-Net. Pictorial Review Patterns CINCINNATI, May 29.-The Associated Harvard clubs, In their morning session that convened at 10:80 o'clock, elected Thomas W. Slocum of New York, class of 90, as president. The following vice presl dents were elected: Kastern division, Walter C. Baylies of Boston, class of '84; central division Mitchell D. Follansbee of Chicago, class of 92; southern division, Henry M. Atkinson of Atlanta, Ga., clasa of '84; western di vision, E. M. Grossman of St. Lou la, clasa of '96: Pacific coast division, Herman Chapln of Seattle, class of '79. Cleveland, O., was selected as the next meeting place in May, 1910. "Harvard must become a great national university or It will not fulfill the purpose which ws entertain." This declaration formed the keynote of an addresn by Presl dent Lowell of Harvard at the session yes terday of the associated Harvard clubs. President Lowells address was also a plea for a broader policy In dealing with the freshmen, it being laid down by him that the social life of an educational In stitution Is fully as Important as the la tellectusl side. While President Lowell waa speak lng former President Charles W Eliot came In and he was given an ova tion. . Governor Augustus E. Wlllson of Ken- tucky protested against what he termed a disposition of the east to attempt to control Harvard affaire and declared that while the associated Harvard clubs had been organized as a western affair, there seemed to be a disposition to easternlss It. Ha said what waa wanted waa "united Harvard club." The application of the New England federation of Harvard clubs for member ship In the Harvard associated clubs was referred to a committee, to be reported on next year. One Important change for the benefit of the organisation, adopted unanimously. Is an amendment dividing the constituent clubs into the following five territorial groups: ' Eastern, Including all clubs east of the Appalachian mountain and north of the Potomac river. Central, Including ail clubs between ths Appalachian mountains and the Mississippi river and north of the Ohio liver. Southern, Including all clubs east of the Mississippi river and aouth of the Ohio and Potomac rivers. Western. Including all clubs between the Mississippi river and the Rocky mountains Pacific, Including all clubs west of the Rocky mountains. Monday Will Be a Holiday Observed by PriTate and Public Busi nets as Day of Homage to ' Soldiers. Monday will be recognised as a general holiday throughout the city. Most of the business houses will close during the day as win the banks and all public offices. Dlstrtot court will be adjourned for the day and the holiday will be observed In al the federal departments. x The poatofflca will observe the usual hoi Iday rules of the general delivery, remain lng open until 10 o'clock and then close for tha day. The money order and reglatry de partments mill be cloaed all day. There will be but one carrier delivery during the day to the residence districts and but lw in the business districts. Kimftr, Hemphill Buckingham. AU Kinds of Plating. 4f Indi2nsat&jue- (ThieT Se ASbN n . - - WTa a-T":? -w. JIM t. II if .pw n in it 'pJ Keep BACK-RE3TINcQ Cool! Wear Nemo Batiste Corsets STYLISH LONG MODELS THAT ARE LIGHT IN WEIGHT YOUR SUMMER CORSET has to b3 long this year; but it will be light and 1 comfortable if made of the famous "NemoBatiste," which is quite as strong as ordinary coutil, and a much better conmctor of heatit carries off the perspiration, and keeps you cool and comfortable. There' a Model for Every Figure Stout, Slender or Medium t tt Nemo "Self-Reducing $3, $4, $5 ' and $10 "Make- Stout Women Slander" Nemo "Willow-Shape $5.00 The) Acme of Slendaroess Nemo "Back'Resting $3.50 -It Rests Your Back" it Nemo "Swan-Shape' $2.00 and $3.50 For Slender and Medium Figaros Nemo "Military Belt . $3.00 For Slander and Medium Figures Nemo "Dress-Adjusting" $2.00 For Slender and Medium Figures MEMOS have become the best-known and most popular corsets in the world simply because every Nemo is a patented specialty which does something for , you that no other corset can do. Once a Nemo wearer, always a Nemo wearer. C1J 1. r- J Oa TLu...aM.l L. lfftP RRfis UanufarHirArft. Nsw Ynrk a tfWIU ISA UUVU aJllTB ll(WHUWis Uisj v v wa era. war m-wbj - . 9 - - aU5L m'iMti JS.".ryiW And Bryan Has a Secretary of Agriculture Commoner Introduces an Innovation in the Economy of the Amer ican Farm. Bryan has a secretary of agriculture. Asked to Join In the "millionarie'a class" of the National Corn exposition and exhibit products from his farm In contest for prizes on the condition that none of the products be plowed by the owner of the land, the commoner replied, that he would take the matter up with his secretary of agriculture. This is the latest Innovation In farming and shows the Improved methods encour aged by the National Corn exposition and such enterprises. A few years ago the man who got up at S a. m., and did the milking, curried team of mules for his own use and a span of horses for his boss, then worked In the field until 8 p. m., waa cafled the "hired man." But In these days of $1.25 wheat; corn at 7S cents; telephone, electric lights, rural free delivery and wireless telegraphy, com mon farmers near to the people like W. J. Bryan, employ a man who la addressed as the "secretary of agriculture." "My dear secretary," says Mr. Bryan. The servants have your ham and eggs ready, will you have them bring the break fast up or will you do me the honor of dining with me In ray study?" If the secretary of agriculture happens to be in good humor he may descend and be bothered by the talk of the boss while he cats the eggs and sips his Java. No alarm cloCk for Bryan's secretary of agriculture; no orders punctuated with cuss words and enforced with a neck yoke for the man on Bryan's farm. Written on paper of regulation aise, whioh will en able the secretary to keep the correspond ence with convenience, the orders are ad dressed to "Honorable Secretary of Agri culture, Falrvlew, Lincoln, Neb." After a certain amount of red tape It is said the secretary of agriculture does ths plowing providing his knowledge of chem istry tells him tha soil is In the right con dition to disturb. Otherwise the order gets a pocket note. Anyway Bryan has a "secretary of agri culture" whether he Is president or not. but In his letter to the National Corn ex position, he remarks, "I don't know whether I will have anything fit to exhibit or not." at Twentieth street and Beemer avenue. This will cost about $1,000 and is being built by ths city engineering department. The city and county Join in defraying the expenses of digging ths canal and building the bridge. Molten Copper K Us Two Men Liquid Fire Covers Laborers at the Smelter and They Both Are Dead. Mark Woolshack, an Italian smelter laborer, died Saturday morning at Clarkson hospital as the result of molten copper burns sustained while 'at work on ths night of May 15. The body waa taken In charge by Cor oner Heafey, who will hold an Inquest next week. The man and another laborer named An ton Novak were working at their usual oc cupation of skimming pots Of molten cop per In the copper room of the smelting plant, when aa accidental explosion hurled the liquid firs over them. Novak died within a few hours after the accident, but Woolshack was reported to be Improving by the hospital authorities and the smelter company's physician, Dr. A. B. Somers. Woolshack waa unmarried and had no relatives in this country, although ha Is said to have a number In the old country. Ha lived at W5 North Ninth street He was M years of age. A Cure for dlsessed condition of ths teeth (with out extracting them) for those who wish to preserve their looks and health, is a wise conclusion. There Is a general tendency to put off tooth troubles from day to day until it be comes almost unbearable, then you go to the Dentist with your nervous condition in a deplorable state. It takes longer to resch desired results under these circum stances and It does not do your pocket book any good. TAKE THEM IN TIME. An examina tion will not cost anything and a Dentist can frequently ahow decaya In your teeth that you would never guess were there. Some have been unfortunate In their de lays and lost one or all their teeth. I have the best method for replacing them without the use of plates or brldgework. A system when once put In will be strong, permanent and last for years. Gold and Porcelain Crowna from $5.00. Fillings of all kinds, priced according to material and else of cavities. Nervea of teeth re moved without pain. I.ooae teeth made aa solid as a rock. Where extracting Is necessary. I do It so that It will not HURT you. For references. I have many patients within a stone's throw of where you live. Hundreds of Business Men in every walk of life. Dr. BRADBURY THE DENTIST 1506 Farnam. Phone Doug. 176. 17 years same office. MISSOURI HAS EARLY RISE Occasioned by Rains la Valley aa Not by Torrents la Montana Mountains. The Missouri river was at th same staw' Baturday morning as Friday, though Thurs day a rise of one and two-fifths of a fool was reported. Blair and Plattsmouth re ported the change Saturday, though ftloux City showed a rl of two-tenths of a foot. Friday ths river was tws Inches higher than Thursday, or ons and one-half feet higher than "normal' Weather Forecaster Welsh ss,ys that this rise in the Missouri cannot properly be called the annual June rise, and that it la occasioned by rains up the valley, and not by the annual rush of water lit ths moun tains of Montana. Kemper, Hemphill 4e Buckingham, All Kinds of Plating. r Your family physician recommends DISTILLED WATER" for Its purity don't take chances Delivered in bottles at 10 cents per gallon: OKAXA ICa ft COLD BTOKAOB 00. lath and Howard Stta. 'rbons. Xoug. tu, TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER j 1 Tbe Patir tnat Prodncee Resnlta foa) Aavertleers. Florence Canal is Completed Drainage Ditch in North Bottoms is Finished at Cost of Three Thousand Dollars. The big drainage canal through the Flor ence bottoms was finished Saturday and Assistant City Engineer Crick and Counoil man,Brucker of the Fifth ward went out during the afternoon to Inspect ths work and report to the council on Its final ac ceptance. Ed Turner was ths contractor and tha work was done for something less than $3,000. The canal is 1.SO0 feet long snd sxtsnds from Twenty-fourth street, where It crosses Bprlng creek, northeasterly north of Miller park to ths river, the outlet being north of Beemer avenue. The canal Is 11 feet deep, & feet wide at the top and 50 feet wide at the bottom. The eaith taken from ths big ditch was piled on one side and a high turnpike will be made of thla pile of earth. A bridge Is being built serves ths canai tars and Stripes XL A beer just suited to quaff at home a night-cap for the sociable evening a refreshing draught for the late supper a delightful glass to sip tinder the evening lamp. Stars and Stripes is a foaming, sparkling beverage for the keen palate for th connoissieur. Kara a case delivered to your home. Willow Springs Brewing Co. breen Trading Stamps S1.0O Id Stamps U Stven with each two oien oase of small bottles, de- pi r)f ilvered In " J I.CU (be city for..." " 3.00 In Stamps 0) given wrtn dozen ease iven wrth ch two or jnrm bottles, de Ilvered In the city for. Out of town cus tomers add ll.lt foa rase and Uottlea. $2.25 Off lea, 140T sTarnay tri, raeas Dowg. ISO. rewery, S4 aa Xlekory. Vboas Do-. IS I. U a. t