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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1000.
d Ball. Dnnt, SIS BOT1 'fQtl Sl.50 Fine 42-Inch All Silk Voilo at 39c a Yard Come Friday I No guesswork in that valuation. If any one line of gbOtja is specially well suited to the present style of "frowns, it is these pretty all silk voiles. Choice, pretty colors to chose from. Especially in the new light shades of gray. A Great Success Dost Quality Spt-Prof Foulard Silks. The kind we show you stand out from the thousands of others wherever you see them. ; All our own exclusive styles. They will appeal- to-the' eye of the woman of good taste. Bee, 6 - Otft of -f (is and Dnr brought to j Onifths'".Ty" Cetrctlve Wwdonald substan Hate njuch that. .has already been pub lished. twfcTerfttlni them. ThS picture of Tbrs:rw ahws; his left ear, with the peculiar piec cvt Put ' th uPPr Prt of the" lobaf -hKb was one of the first things noted In . Ortiahfc ' about the man. Hli veittern-reCbrda'eorreeporKl with his state-' mama-mAO Kee hbout his Danish nativity nod bV u jdf '.V a baker and cook. Iwner' home, la Blven as Minnesota on both refxfrjL ,fs "Bd hlB n"v"y Fin nlsb is.stwedo.Uie Bpokane record. I A lettiif WMlvetf Ms 'Chief of Police Don- ahii ' Thursday Ir.wnlng from Chief of '. r'oTie':Ma.nmaH.'ftf jjverett, Wash,, told the (former b:foiw ht learned it from'Oe teetlve Macdonald that Torgensen was known oimvely at Kverett as one of two me , arrentei there on Ootober 23, im, for having- a- safe blowing ' outfit. A man khwwr? a"Dan Downer exactly fitting thil, I MecfljHon . of Woods, except as to mumehe,' :;aa the other man. Detective MacJenald WWI the aatrie thing when he ', waaj 'men tor' tha-local pelioa," railway and' fedfrat rauthoritie. , t ' tWf history' tf the arrests bf "the two ' men. vitipverett was than they denied own , Ing-Sfcej grip that contained nitroglycerin . and bur alary - teela. . secured their release by habeas corpus proceedings, then hired a lawyer wno bhqrcu "ml " two suspects for the grip and Its contents ' and' started' replevin proceedings, and finally left Everett while the suit was still pending. Several former partners of Downer and Torgenson have been concerned In recent train holdups on thn Great Northern rail road, aocord,lng to suspicions of Detective MacdonaM and his fellow officers at Spo kane. M acdonald Is exultant over the cap ture of the men, whom he says nave been the worry of police, detectives, railway and postal Inspectors for. some- time. ' Accompanying MacdonaM are A. Alnrian, chief ot the Great Northern secret' service and Detective McFitrldge of the Northern Pacific They say (they do not think Downer, Torgensen and Gordon, of Golden, were in the "Slg registered mall., train ; hold-up at Morse Siding the middle 'of the , month. Detective Macdonald will remain In Omaha only Thursday, and Friday In all probability, and will return direct to Spokane, without golnaj to DanveV'tti hope of identifying hq suspect Sbeltoi ,S,t that rclty. ... a ' ' .f. '"V-iV " The third V(vom nsed y the train robbers "is at a South Thirteenth street.' In the Unton block. The police located U Sun day, but have'urUH now withheld the in formation, as they wished vork -in clues secured at the time It was . found. It is said that Woods and the fifth member of the gang occupied the room, part of the time preceding the hotl-un. When the room was searched clothing and other bo lpnglngst of 4he , men were found,, but no part-olhe; booty taken from the matt ivas found, ' , . AVE MONEY FOR THE COUNTY Trial of Bandits k Uncle ' Means" fltg' Thins:. flam jr ai or the three bandits., in fed eral1 frOurt means t considerable . expense to the 'fH ted tates government ftnd' ltke wla; alp 'eotiart savin t Dodgla 'emmty. J. St. -'Mafitariartn, ctMnwrf forhe trio,, de clared fmiriiday that1 net-urfijrhl'for sep arate trials for the men and that if this were- don-in ' the fltatrrct witirf It would post Iougia county fuHvc $3000...- : . - SOME INSPECTOR. 4U(T 'THH, JMOB i , r 1. 1 i e '. ' '., ' ''!' . .;! :":.-.'' Chief Perkins, with Randall and . Moaibr .Maya.-foe 4iraivd inty. -jj ; Poa tfttfjo inspector "C. aE.;. Llewellii of Chicago left Thursday afternoon for Chi cago, having .been caUed to Omaha on the Investigation ' ot' the Overland- matl rob bery. Inspectors Perkins, Randall nd Moaby will remain in Omaha until after the grand Jury . meeting'1 next -week. " The other inspectors will return ; to Washlng- Sf OUNCE LA DON'T WAIT COLN- LIQUOR STOCKS which we bought at tr geart' sacrifice. V'-- ,,' ' These BIO BARGAINS in fine Wines, Liquora, Whis kies, etc., will never, again be equaled.! . ; V' LAY IN YOUR SUPPLY NOW, ; 7 ' ' $tMO Bottlea . tiUvlurufeeUuer Ityo ud Cctlavr Ilrvol; ; lluurbun . . . ,v, . 60c 11.00 bottles Lincoln Club Whiskey... 75c'boU) Cai.'Fort, Btorry and Angelica Win'.. 60c bottles Port and Sherry Wino $1.00 bottlea (loo Rock and Rye . $1.00 bottlea Canadian Malt Whiskey .$1.00. bottlea Apricot, Orange and Banana Cordial. $1.75 bottle. Three bur French Cognac 91. to bottlea Ooldea Eagle Whiskey ' $1.00 bottlea Blackberry, extra fine 2.00 Per Gallon aj 4n $4.00 Pe Gallon Mk ; S110 ssr . $2,45 - OKJUKRS BMA1L wlU bo received iinUI Jnue 7th j OILIER IIQUOO City Orders of $1.00 or More DeUveml. MiCTI A 1. 1. DtTTl-Inl. A-H4U - '09. ton and St. Louis to resume their duties there; until after the trial of the mail robbers, should they be ; Indicted, when they will return to take part In the hear ing in the United States district court, when the case la called. mO DYNAMITE FOR THE Jl'DGG Mnnarer Says He Dors Ttot tare to Bee Those Pair Sticks. The paraphernalia of the bandits found by the Brown Park school children has been turned over to United States Mar shal Warner. It Includes the slouch hats, rain coats, automatic and other pistols and cartridges found near the school house with the electric lash light. . These flash lights are of the best make, of great power and somewhat larger than those on sal among Omaha dealers. The four sticks of dynamite and the valises recovered from the rooms are also among the truck that will be held in evi dence against the accused men. . "Would yon, like to see "the dynamite," said Marshal Warner to Judge Munger, to whom he was showing the other stuff?" Not any dynamite," remarked Judge Munger. "There will be no dynamite In cluded In 'the' visible exhibits In the court room, either, when this esse comes to trial." The automatic guns sre also of the best make, and were provided with extra maga zines each. All of the lUuff .bears the Strong odor of Iodoform whlch.lt is al leged by secret service offices and de tectives Is used by professional Wacks- men to prevent their being trailed by bloodhounds. Attacks Sister with Hatchet and Acid New 0rlean Mnn Disfignrei Girl for life Because Sh Wanted ' to Wed. NEW ORLEANS, June S.-Flylng into a rage when told that his 20-year-old sister, Bessie, was to" be married tonight, " Wil liam". Blessing, SO years old, attacked the gflrl' In, their home here today with a hatchet, Inflicting several' serious wounds. He then threw aci -tn her - eyes and mouth.' The girl may recover, but will be disfigured for life. Men Past Fifty In Daagtr. Men past middle life have found comfort and relief in Foley's Kidney Remedy, es pecially for enlarged prostate gland, which Is very common among elderly men. L. E. Mornls, Dexter, . Ky., writes: "Up to a year: ago my father suffered from kidney and bladder trouble and several physicians pronounced It enlargement of the prostate gland and advised an operation. On ac count of his age we were afraid, he could not stand it and T recommended Foleva Kidney Remedy, and the first bottle re lieved him, and after taking the second bottle he was no longer troubled with this complaint." Sold by all druggists. Donk of England Statement. . LONDON, June 3 -The weekly statement of' the Bank of England shows the follow ing chanKes: Total reserve, decreased, n.0.V!.0lO: circulation. Increased, 1216 000 bullion, decreawed, i40,t0; other securities increased, flJM.000; other deposits, in creased, l,B.t7.U00; public deposits, de ceased, 1.056.000; notes reserve, decreased, t'1.001,000; government i securities, . un channed. " The proportion of the bank's re serve to liability tha week Is 46.61 per cent oM4iMi ii. oi pei ccni mm ween. ' . . . . atOVaxXHTS OT.OCBAW TTAJSJgTS. Port. Arrive. fUltft. ' NEW YORK.... KfW YORK NEW YOhK.... NEW YORK...., Athinl Ocotale -v.. . , ,. i .'..--....,.. . Panniylvinlt. Ctmpanl. UUhUI. , Alloa. ... K. P. llt. , Teutonic. . , FrlMlnl. QI KBN8TOWM... Htvsrfor. . SOt'T HAMPTON SOl'THAMPTON Liverpool HOSTOM PLYMOUTH MARSEILLES.. HRCMKN PALERMO HAVRE WlnUradUa. Adriatic ' Madonna : K W. r Grous Clara Slrlllan, .. ..M..., ...1 .ar.,V...M Order by Mall w Telephone, This week will probably enJ ,' the BIO SALE of the LIN. 91.2S Bottle Wedding Jlello Rjo liUkcy for . C 1 505 40 58t? 68 68c . .4 CO., MMFarnam'sl Both Phones, Open. Evenings. ZIEBELL TRIAL NEAR AN END Two More Addmsei and Jury Gets Case. INSAflTTY THEORY BY DEFENSE Testimony na that Line Exolnslvely, tint Coart Asked for Instructions with Regard to geNDefease and Accident. August Zlebell may know, what Is In store for him by nightfall for the trial Is nearly done. Opening addresses were made yetserday afternoon by Deputy County Attorney Coad for the state and H. G. Meyer for the defense. A. S. Ritchie and County Attorney English will argue this morning. The defense introduced only witnesses to prove Zlebell of unsound mind yesterday and none of these touched on the shooting. Most of the afternoon was occupied by Ritchie in an argument for a directed verdict and for Instructions regarding self defense and an accidental homicide. All of these points will be replied to and ruled on by the court today. Zlehrll Had Pecallar Notions. Sane or mad, Zlebell entertained some pe culiar notions. Testimony in behalf of the defendant Thursday morning developed the fact that he thought his head was as big as Omaha, that being 60 years of age, someone had to pay him 14 a week, no matter whom, and that American women have too great a fondness for rich, red tomatoes. Attorney Harry Fischer was the star wit ness for the defense, although Mrs. Zlebell herself was on the stand. Fischer recited SO theatrically Ziehen's conversation with himself on one occasion that County At torney English's first question on cross examination was, "Are you a member of a dramatlo company?" "Protect me, Mr. Fischer, protect me!" the witness swore Ziobell said to hlm ono day in his office. "My God", they will rob me. My head, It Is as big as Omaha. The womens. The womens. Oh, my Ood, the woinens! They eat too many red toraa toes." Zlebell Objects to the Plea. But August Zlebell himself does not take kindly to the idta of being proved insane. During the trial he reached over and whis pered to his lawyer: "Ach, 1 would so soon go to jail as der mad house." But his counsel continued to put . wit nesses on to swear that the defendant -had behaved in eccentric fashion and was in their opinion not normal mentally. ... Mi's. Ziehen's testimony, given through an Interpreter, was brief. She declared that for two or three years before the man shot his son she had deemed him of un soutfd mind. Other witnesses for the defense, which began its case Thursday morning, in cluded Attorney John Loss and Fred Roop a neighbor. The first witness was still another lawyer, W. R. Patrick. Patrick, vho !s a partner of one of the attorneys for the defense, deposed as follows: T saw Zlebell a number of times when he came to our offlce.'N declared Patrick. "His manner was highly excitable. He would ' gesticulate wildly, stamp up and down the room, swing his arms and swear that hla family- was trying to Rend htm to the penitentiary.,' His eyes were pro truding on each of these occasions." Ames to Observe Semi-Centennial City Will Celebrate Fiftieth Anni rersary of Locating of College There. AMES, la.. June S. (Spectal.)-Ames will celebrate Independence day July t with a Jollification to which all the towns ' In Boone and Story counties' have' been "in vited. The celebration will be combined with an observance of the semi-centennial of the location of the Agricultural college here. The pioneers of the two counties voted bonds and subscribed $20,000 to se cure the school, and on July 4, 1S59, had a monster celebration of the fact that they had been successful in landing the sThool. D. McCarthy desires the names of all who were here at that time and the names of the young ladles who cameyfrom Boone and represented the states, of the United States. All these are to occupy seats on the platform ant their photographs are to be taken to preserve in the historical archives of the college. The program of the day will be confined, as far as possible, to those who took part In the program of fifty years ago. A son of John A. Hull,, who was the principal or ator of that occasion, Is to be the orator for tho coming celebration. The Declara tion of. Independence will be read by the me man who performed that duty fifty year' ago. BABY EATS FINGERS AND TOES Child rrlta . rernllar , Habits In Hospital rt Iowa 7 City. IOWA CITT, la., June l-(Speclal.) Llt- orally eating Its fingers and toes, .a 30 months' old babe in the university hos' pttal furnishes the most unique ease ever treated In the local' Institution. The child's name' is Roy Harklens, but his home Is kept a secret by the hospital authorities In the hlstot-y of the local clinic there has never been .a similar esse.' The child cries when the bandages are applied ' to Its hands and feet and when first brought to the honpllal the child succeeded In tear. ing away the cotton fastening and gnaw lng at the stubs of one. The toes of the baby are In the same condition as the hands. The flesh had been torn away and Inflammation set in before the child was brought to the hos pitai. That there Is no feeling In the Injured members is self evident or the child would stop because of the palnHowever, whether the -cntla can te cured is the subject; in teresting the local physicians at the pies nt time. . . ' . i ,. New Park for l,ogis. IOQAN, la.. June J. Special) Engineer McCabe has completed the surveys of tho new addition to Logaj on the west; aldo the survey of the six-acre tract of land which J. C. Mllllman dedicated to Logan as a city park. This gift is but one among the many acts of kindness on the part of Mr. Mllllman toward Logan. As Logan has long since outgrown the original park, Mr. Ullllman's generous gift will be doubly appreciated by the public. The new ad dition to Logan contains twenty-two acres of land covered with natural forest shade trees set In heavy blue grass sod, and is located west of Logan's new high school building. Harrlsoa Coaaty Rica. LOQAN. Ia., June S (Special ) Accord ing to the assessor's returns, Harmon county ranks third In wealth and popula tion in the western half of the state. The oounty has 437,974 seres of farm land. Last season farms produced the owners from fifty to seventy bushels of corn per acre, for which there was ready market at from 50 to 65 Cents per bushel. Farms of eighty to 100 acres near Logan sold last season from $100 tn HA per acre VETERANS CANCEL ELY ORDER law tllf Pott tiM'I'i Order For- hlddlnar . Icaratlon of Con federate Graves. IOWA CITY, la.. 'June 8-Speclal.) Commandant E. Y. Ely's recent order for bidding the decoration tf the graves of con federate soldiers has been expunged from the record books of Kirkwood post. Grand Army of the Republic. Commander-in-Chief Nevlus ordered the confederate graves decorated the same as the union soldiers', , on Decoration day. Ely thought differently, and published his order In the dally papers. The members of the post called a special meeting, passed a motion repudiating the stand of Ely and censured him for refusing to abide by the order of a superior, pfflcer. CHURCHES HIT-' ' DURING STORM Electrical Dlstarbonce and : Heavy Ral nla Porta of Iowa, FORT DODGE, la., June 1 (Special Tel egram.) A very severe electrical storm and downpour that w'as almost a cloud burst visited this. city this afternoon. The H. Vaughan residence, the Swedish Beth lehem church and the Presbyterian church were struck by lightning, slight" fires and damage resulting. Drownlna- Stops Commencement. IOWA CITT, la., June 3. (Special.) No girl was drowned ' with Gail - Huggett In the Iowa river yesterday noon, according to the statement pf Paul Schmidt, a work man on the bridge north of where the drowning occurred. Ih a statement male yesterday afternoon he testified that he saw the boy alone In tho eanoo pass under the bridge a few minutes before he heard the call for help. The high school graduating exercises scheduled for this evening In the auditor ium of the natural "science building have been called off. Lieutenant Governor ClarkeT was to have' been1 fhe speaker. Huggett was a member of the class. .Latter Day, faints at Boone. BOONE, Ia.,"t Jxui'e 3, (Special.) The an nual conference apd .JBiaiday school con vention of the Latter Day Saints ,of the state convenes In thft' city 'Friday evening and lasts through Saturday and Sunday Many people of promlrienoe"will be in at tendance. On Friday evening the Sunday school peopl- will glvo a 5 program, and sessions Will, follow through tho two days without . Interruption. The .conference closes wltft a big mttng, Sunday, evening. . . J .1 Vr. -4- i Former Boone "Editor Dead. BOONE, la... . June S. (Special.)--Word received In' this city-yesterday from Kan sas City tells of the death of a former editor, Edwin O. Erwln, of this city. Mr. Erwin was really the founder of the Boone News and for . many years backed it. K. d. Goldthwalte, the present owner of the Boone News-Republican, started out on his Boone career under Mr. Erwin, and he was very much affected -,by the receipt of the death message yesterday-; ... '" Heart Fa liar 'fcllo ftwlmmlnar. ' MASON CITT, !.Ta , June 8. (Speclal.) Whlle swimming lrt Lime creek today, Fred Nagel, aged 1 years, was seized with an attack of heart 'failure and fell back wards Into the water, lifeless. Companions with whom he was swimming dived for hie boly and dragged him to shore. He gave one' gasp And dled'-Kfter he' was" reseuea. By the time the phyMclan arrived he was lifeless. He deefeVedniftl the boy had died Instantly and had -not been urownea. - ' . ri m , i,.- U Drape rate hootias; pains in -the fchest require, quick treatment with Dr. Klng'a New Discovery. PfYents pneumonia. BOo and $1.00;'-"Tor sale tiy Beaton Drug Co. " DRUGGISTS VOTE TO GO DRY Association In Option Coanty Fledge Meainema to Hell No Mure Lienor. ITHACA, N. T., June S Even the drug gists In this local option county (Gratiot) have rone "dry." At a meeting of 'the County Druggists association at Alma formal resolution was adopted binding all the drugglHts not to sell liquor even on prescription after the expiration of their government licenses, June SO. Riprtaa Company- Receivership. NEW :TORK: June S. Supreme Justice Ouy today heard argument and reserved rWlslsn on the annllcatlorv of John L. Dud. ley, a stockholder In the TTnlted 8.tates Kxpress company, ror tne appointment oi a temporary receiver Tor mat' corporation Counsel for . Dudley .told . the court : the trouble was tnat tne enarenoioer naa jia voice in the- management. owes; HER LIFE TO Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Vienna, W. Va "I feel that low the last ten years of my life to Lydla " ; '"'I E. Pinkham'a Vege table compound. -Eleven years ago I was a, walking shadow. I had been under the doctor's ca rebut got no re lief . My husband per suaded me to try Lydla . Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound and it worked like a charm. It re lieved all IDT pains and misery. - 1 advise all suffering women to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. JEmma Wheaton, Vienna, W. Va. Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs, and to-day holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of an v similar medi cine In tha country, ana thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in the Plnkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints, inflammation, ul ceration, displacements.ubroid tumors, Irregularities, periodic pains, backache, Indigestion and nervous prostration. Every sucb suffering woman owes it to herself to give Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial If you would llkegpeolal advice about your caa writ a confiden tial letter to Mrs. PlnVhaiu, at Lynn, Mas. Her advice) la free), aud always helpful. !i " i- BIG STRIKE NEAR AN END .: Continued from First Tage.) to operate cars last night by imported strike breakers. ' The point at which the most serious rioting occurred Is known ss the Kensing ton Mill district. In this section of the city there lives every known nationality, the foreign element predominating. When the company announced yesterday that the cars would be run last night nearly all storekeepers In the Kensington district, knowing the temper of the residents there, Ciosed their stores promptly at o'clock. As one car after another left the car barn, crowds stood on the streets in sullen si lence. Finally a boy cried "scab," and Immediately he was pursued by a police man who was riding on a car. As the officer started for the youth the crOwd closed in upon him and so quickly was this done that he was unable to draw his revolver. This weapon was taken from him and 1 believed to have been the same revolver with which Patrolman Levy was shot a few minutes later. even 'Cars Wrecked. The fire, whlcn nud been smouldering, now burst Into a flame of, fury. The objective point was Allegheny avenue, and in less than half an hour seven cars were wrecKCd, five being completely demol ished and burned. The police officials were powerless at the moment to combat the mob, but a riot call brought a halt a hundred bluecoats to the scene and the crowd was driven back. But the damage had. been done arfti there was little need for the preservers of the peace so long as ho attempt was made to run cars from the barn. There were also incipient riots at' tha earns at blxteentli and Jackson streets In the downtown district and at Forty-ninth street and Woodlawn av.nua nA rn, .. first street and Haverford avenue in the West Philadelphia district. The crowd grew menacing when an attempt was made to run cars from the downtown barns. A policeman who endeavored to quell the dis turbance was ducked In a water . truh Twenty-five plain clothes men and police men were rushed to the scene on a special trolley and after the cars were run back into the barn there was no further trouble. In West Philadelphia some strike sym pathisers pulled the trolleys from the wire nd cut. the rope. Several arrests were made, but In many instances the policemen were unable to get thqlr prisoners to the station houses on account of the crowds. The saloons were allowed to remain open. out they were not patronised to any great extent Dy the trolley men., thev having been cautioned by their leaders earlier in J A . .. . "i uay to remain away.' . : In W est Philadelphia dynamite cans were placed .on . the tracks and, crowds stoned the strikebreakers when they attempted to bring out cars, forcing them to return to the barn. In the downtown section con auctors and motormen were pulled from their cars and their clothes torn from their backs by mobs of strike sympathisers. Jn some cases the terrified strikebreakers-had io no taxen to private houses and guarded by police to save them from bodily harm. Murder Suspected in Binkley Case . i ' . Granddaughter v of Aged "Physician . Says Man Grabbed Her as She Left Room. CHICAGO. June S. The coroner's Inquiry Into the death of Tr. John T. Blnklev. ar.. of KvlnsV1lle, Ind.i who was found dead In a local hotel last nle;ht, was continued todjry until June 10, after Coroner's Physl oinn. Reinhardt had made a -post mortem essmlhtttlon of the body and discovered what he declared to be evidence In support 6f the theory that the aged physician did not commit suicide. . i -According to Deputy Coroner Kennedy, UlliO opened the inquest, .Dr. . Reinhardt found that Dr. Blnkley's left hand was crippled with rheumatism and expressed the belief that It would have been diffi cult for the physician to have shot himself in jthe left cheek. A startling statement supporting the mur der theory was made by Miss Eleanor UP' church, a granddaughter of the victim of the shooting. "My grandfather was rour dered, for I am sure It was the murderer Who seized me Just as I left the room right after discovering th body." said Miss X'pchurch ' when she appeared before the coroner's Jury today. "When I and ' my Aiotfier found grandfather dead in hHjt)alr ana mamma was fainting, tn the hall I ran -toward the elevator to go downstairs to get a doctor. A man met me and grusped me by the arm. 'Whero are you going?' he asked. "I replied that I was going downstairs. , ", 'You can't go downstairs,' ho said, and started to drag me toward a room. I broke away from him and ran down' the stairway, as he was between me and the elevator." , . : , . According to dispatches from Evansvllle, Ind , the dead physician's revolver has been found In his residence at 222 Mary street In that city. The discovery of the -weapon wad made tody by a domestic. BOYS AND GUNS KILL TWO Pair of Tragedies Iteaalt from JlaadlluK of Klrearaua hy , Children. SIOUX FALL, S. P., June f.8peclal.) The accidental shooting and killing of Floyd McCormlck, aged 18, by his brother, Cecil, aged It, on a farm north of. Blouz Falls,- In the western part of Lake county, was attended by unusually distressing cir cumstances, the boys had been hunting vlth a 2i'-callber rifle and had returned to the house, where they cleaned the weapon. Cecil, unaware that his brother had placed a cartridge In the weapon after 1t had been (leaned, graxped the gun and cocked It, Intending to playfully snap It at his brother. The bullet struck Floyd in the breast at close range and pierced hla heart. He called for his father and then crawled Into a bedroom where his mother lay with a 6-days-old baby, and died on the floor be fore his mother's eyes. For some time both the mother and the boy who caused his brother's tragic death were In a critical condition as the result of the accident. While he and another boy were playing with a rifle, the weapon was accidentally discharged In some unknown manner, kill ing the 11-year-old son of E. C Harrison, cashier of the Qlenham State bank of Glenham, Walworth county. At the time of the accident the weapon was In the hands of Harvey Wilson, aged i, a playmate of the unfortunate little fellow. Ths bullet struck young Harrison squarely In the heart, causing Instant death. "V Levi Ward Killed by Train. BEATRICE. b., June !.- Special Tele gram.) A man supposed to be Ievl Ward, who has been working at the stone quarry of Pavls &. Mayne, cast of Wymore, was killed by Burlington train No. 13 near the Blue river bridge east of that place this morning. The body was mangled beyond recognition. An empty half pint bottle which had contained whisky was found near the body. The coroner Is holding an Inuuesl ' ' sS FAR On Women's Suits Skirts There are hundreds of them to choose from, all late spring.: styles, made of choicest spring materials. Not job lots, but our regular stock. Un to $25.00 Suits,' offered at .".$10.00 Up to $35 Suits, offered nt. . .. $15.00 Up to. $45.00 Suits, offered at . ....$10.75 Up' to, $50.00. Suits, offered at .'.$22.50 Skirts at Half Price This does not include taffeta or white Up to $10.00 Skirts, offered at . . $4.95 Up to $15.00 Skirts, offered at. .$7.50,. Up to $17.50 Skirts, offered 'at ..$875; RADICAL REDUCTIONS j ,, On all BiliV-and vrbol dresses, Pongee, covert, 'broadcloUivi and;serge jackets and coats. ALDRICH AND STONE CLASH (Continued from First Fage.) That stitement bearing upon the German report as It did, was necessarily made with reference to, that, report, the docu ment which the German government had furnlRhel.' ' " Hotn speakers hoot warm. 'I said 'nothing of the kind," hotly re torted the Rhode Island senator. "I was discussing the general proposition of any effort to Influence our tariff legislation." Continuing. Mr. Aldrlch said he did be lieve the course of the German manufac turers had been pursued w 1th a viow of at fectlng American ' legislation. Mr. Aldrlch then rehearsed the entire incident and said he had been at a loss to account for Mr. Plone's intention Ih the matter unless he appeared as a representative of the Ger man government. ' This Intimation made Mr. Stone mad. His face flushed and there was far more than the usual animation In his reply. His manner was tense, his language terse. "That v statement," he said, "is an Inpertlnence," and apparently feeling that his, characterization1 had not been strong enough, he added: ."Yes, it Is worse than an Impertinence." . This remark ihad been Interjected in Mr. Aldrlch's - speech and apparently without losing his temper ho proceeded with his recital of the details of the whole transaction,- concluding With a ststement which hsd reference to the Missouri senator. . "fow," Jie eald. ;'-'he may : explain .-why b .takes such a-greai.lnterest In the mat-1 tor if he,.oan do- so?" . Mr. 6lone, manifesting his resentment of Mr. Aldulch's effort to connect him with the occurrence, said;., "I am an American and I represent American Interests on this floor as much.' as does, the senator from Rhode . Island aid , I resent his effort to place a. stigma-upon me. I repeat that his expression in an impertinence, a gross im pertinence." He deqlared there had been absolutely , no-, excuse for .Mr. Aldrlch's statement concerning himself. "I do not call on him to retract,." he continued, "but I do say that no senator should make such an utterance of, affront to a, great and friendly power as was originally mads by this matter." ' .. Admiral loa . tor Germans. "I hare as gpeat an admiration for the German people and, for , their great m peror as anybody can possibly have," re sponded Mr. Aldrlch with energy. "I Insist this is. a regrettable circum stance," continued Mr, Stone. "It is to be regretted that a senator widely known and with such' large. Influence as the senator from Rhode Island should. have so far for- gotten himself . and so far forgotten .tha proprieties, however great the exigency of the moment, as to offend, a rriendiy gov ernment as he did. with so little provoca tion. The German ... jroveroment was not guilty of. any . Impropriety nor" Imperti nence." ... . . - ... . Mr. Stone said the German government could not. Itself, directly, nor ' through any of Its diplomatic, representatives, .call the senate to, answer "for what. has taken place In that body." "It Is for that rsaeon," , continued the Mlsourl senator, . "and tfcat the German government and people may , understand that the senator from Rhode Island' in what he says -and th--senatar from New York, Mr. Depew who spoke In the fame fashion, stand alone in the senate of the United States and In this -matter do not have the sympathy or the support of their col leagues, that I have brought this matter Up hers." ; , - Itoarree' for .gcrtar Wilson... MONTREAL,, QuebeO. June -3. At a spe cial convocation ttf the governors of Mc Glll university this afternoon, the degree of doctor of laws 4vas conferred upon Jutim Wllunn. secretary of agriculture: Glfford Plnchot, chief of .. the forestry. service or the united states, and nr. James Karl Russell, dean of the teachers' col. lege of Columbia university. New- York. 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