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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, JUNE 10. 1909.
l a. ii. r.r. i tori 'ytowti Smart, Refined Styles in Man-Tailored Skirts to Your Special Measure Choose Any material you like, we make the skirt to your special measure. "We fire constantly etrivinp; to better our skirts to order, in workmanship, in style,. in fit, in nicety of detail, every way. - NOTE If you wish a petticoat that is specially satis factory we will make you one to your special measure. Dress Goods department. Silks That Fashion Favors. Careful purchasers of silks bare been choosing from this stock for wkS. New pongees and shantungs for costumes and coats (tha ral imported fabrics). Pongees in all the popular rough' woaves. Poulards, the kind that will, not spot with water. New satin mesca lines, flew corded silks. ' "-v Thursday Specials at the Toilel Goods Swift's Toilet Soap; Thursday, a box of three cakes. .21c Glycerine Soap large size)'; Thursday, three cakes for 25c Chamois Skins; Thursday 4c Pansy Blossom Ferfume; Thursday, an ounce 25c Complexion Brushes, 75c size; Thursday, each 50c Sec Howard Street Windows D-C-H- th Income tax that a tax might be placed upon the dividends of (corporations for a two-year trial period. Thla proved to be no more acceptable to the progressive re publicans than other substitutes offered and was rejected. Tha Indications are that the only form of compromise that can be agreed upon It the reference or the In come tax amendment to the judiciary com mittee with Instructions that there shall be reported early, In the next session a measure which the committee believes will and the constitutionality test. That ac tion on the amendments will ' be deferred tomorrow appeared certain tonight. Kills Daughter Because of Suitor Iowa City Man Objects to Attentions ') to Daughter and Cnuhei Her Skull. ' IOWA CITY. 7a.. June t -With a single Wow of an axe Michael Stlirler crushed the skull of his 17-year-old daughter Lena as be lay sleeping In her ted at 6 o'clock today. The girl cannot llrS. . Attentions paid, -tne daughter by William Warnck led to constant1 quarreling 4n the family. Brooding over this, coupled with aoi.ve drinking, caused the crime. Po lice are scorning the surrounding country for the father. Stlgler w as employed In "'.he Graf Bros.' brewery. He went to work at t o'clock ths morning, and came baok home to, breskaM at fc:30. 8tlslef-)ody a. feu ad tfUs afWrfooh hanging under the wagon bridge below the Rock Island tracks. He had tied a rope, to the bridge, put the noose around his neck and Jumped off. PRESIDENT FOR MORNINGSIDE Dr. Lather Freeman or Kansas City . to Direct Slavs City College. SIOUX CITY. la.. June .-As the climax of the farewell exercise of the students at Mornlngside college. Judge Scott M. Ladd of the supreme court of Iowa an nounced the unanimous choice of the board of trustees for a president to succeed Bishop Seeley Lewi to be Ir. Luther Freeman of the Independence Avenue Uethodivt Episcopal church In Kansas City. C'olleft for Evnngrllcul Charon. l1I,ATHROOK. Ia.. June . (Special.) , After belrie. In stop Ion,, here for a week, the twenly-thlrd annual conference of the EvAnrellcsJ Church of North America ad- touroed tonight.- The most Important busl ness of the tesslor. which, waa transacted today,., was the decision that the Iowa JlRtriot of the con fiwi lice Is to raise I160.0O) for the establishment of a denominational college, which will be located In eonv Ion a city. A committee of five, consist tag of He. Mi, jschetb of llurllngton, Best of jAkewood. Sntcht of Gladbrook, fans of Mures tine and Rtlchle of Kekoa. Mo.. w appointed end authorlied to select the hl.e arid ralwe the money. The follow ing oiflren. verc eloctedi ,' President, Rev. V. MiokJ of If jhrarl; 'vice president. Rev ' Mr, Nci-ch of Keokuk; secretary. Rev. t-- 1'likner of Primrose. Miv due for Diploma. IOWA 1 CITY. Ia.. June -6pfd'al ) evn s'wloradn the college of nvdlcine In .he T'nl-.'-lt.v of ,Iowa have been Informed jv the faculty that they will not be gradu tted m week and as a result violent Kinonst ranees have been made by the partus concerned The parents of Carl lL Wachenfnld have Mred an attorney, ac cording to a statement of one of his -friends, and It is possible a law suit will Pay Asjfou Go. j If Vou Don't Uve Right Vou Will J Lose Vour Ciuod Health. a There are certain things which men do which 4r thought to be harmful. Tber art excesses of feeding, and drinking, and dressing, and playing Vcu may not be llete you are paying as you go paying In loss of health but you are and soon your cheek fade and your bright eye are dull, your aweet breath of youth is tainted, your toft, smooth skin, rough and ory. Nature Ij collecting her due you are pay ing a you go. Take account of yourself. Uve light, breathe right, think right, eat right. You owe It to yourself and the world to do your work with ; your uimoet capacity. You can't 40 It on or with a sour stomach. Im pure blood or tired brain. Cat right and you'll aleep rljlit Do both right and you'll work right. Work right and you'll succeed largely. Meats and rich food do not start the day well. Make yeur break fast of E C Corn Flakes or Egg-O-See Wheat Flakea always ready lo aerve, easy to digest, ample In muscle and nerve building, sufficient In vitalising force. Remeftiber It Is the wonderful Egg-O-See proses that Makes them so good to eat. bach ali. pern, . a-isi p be Instituted ao secure the diploma, which he claims he should receive. Sir senior In the college of dentistry and one senior In the college of law have been stopped on the threshold of gradua tion from the university on account of deficient school work this semester. Wilson Dedicates Hall at Ames, la. Secretary of Agriculture Speaks at the Opening; of New Building'. ' DES MOINES, Iowa, June 1 Secretary James Wilson of Washington today de livered the dedicatory address In the new agricultural hall, Just completed at Ames. The structure cost 1350,000, and Is the most Imposing of lie kind In the world. Presi dent James W. Robertson of .the Mo Uoneld college of Canada also delivered an address. "Searlr Thssn4 Slain Petition. MARSHALLTOWN, la.. June .-(Special.) Nine hundred and eighty-seven sign ers out of a necessary 1.M Is tne progress Marshatltbwn has made in two days toward closing the nineteen saloons , of the city by petitions of revocation, which have been circulated aince the revival conducted by Evangelist "Billy" Sunday closed here. It Is expected that the necessary number of names will be secured before the week Is .vex. -.ntl-rsJoonumBlng are being held nightly and the church '.people and the Civic Reform league are enthusiastic over the progi ess that has been made. lona Man Drowses at Spokane. CRESTON, la.. June .-Speelal.)-A. W. Duncan, the husband of a former Cr on girl, Augusta Huft, and their little 6-year-old son were drowned In the awlft ourrent of the Spokane river a few days ago by the capsizing of a canoe In which they were fishing. An attempt to recover the bodies by the use of dynamite waa made, but was unsuccessful. t olnred Fraternity ' Vires Dane. tCV.'A CITY. Ia., June S.(Speolal.)Fou Ipsllon TVet, a fraternity composed of colored students In the University, of Iowa, will give a dance Friday evening in Rid men hall In thH cjty. The fraternity has a chapter lipuse and has a good member shlp. Includlnr students from all colleges In the. unlverxliy. r ACRID DEBATE IN SENATE (Continued f"rom First Page. loss they sustained because of the duty on wool. Discussing thla Substitute, Senator La Follette read telegrams, of which lie said he had? bee. warned several daya before their receipt, appealing to mm to- support the committee's schedule on woolens, as of equal interest to wool growers as the duty on wool. He said these telegrama were signed by owners of small woolen mills and all of them read alike. "Why .jiot read their names?" suggested Mr. Warren. "Because," retorted Mr. La Follette, "they have been fooled Into signing such telegiam and did not know what they were doing." "The senator from Wisconsin It prob ably a Judge of the fooling business," re plied the Wyoming senator. Senators la Wraaale. . During the aorld colloquy between the senators from Wyoming and Wisconsin Mr. Warren asked what had been the net re sult of the efforts of the Wisconsin sena tor In enlightening congress on "the In terests they were aervlng." Thla Inquiry followed a declaration by Mr. La Follette, In which he said: "1 want to believe that there are men on this floor who do not know the 'interests they are aervlng." Asked aa to the resulta of his campaign of enlightenment, Mr. La Follette, ahowing much feeling, said: "They have been pretty good. When. I came here I stood alone and now there are a dozen who stand with me." Daly of Reanbllcaaa. With forty-six senators present. Mr. La Follette resumed the floor at tha night setsion. taking up the compensatory duty of the woolen schedule. Mr. La Follette declared that President Taft could not have carried the last elec tion if the voters had aot interpreted the Chicago platform 10 mean that the re publican party waa pledged to tariff re virion downward. He asserted that unless the tariff was revised downward the work probably would have to be done over at an earlier date than the ten year that la said to be the life of a tariff law. Mr. La Follette occupied tha enUra night session wlthouj concluding his speech. When the senate adjourned at 10. p. m., the woolen schedule had not yet been dis posed of and will be under consideration again tomorrow. Bigger. Better, ua.r Thai's what ad vertlalng In The Bee does for your UUSIOCW SEEK ALLEGED BRIBE FUNDS Tminrer of United Rnilrosds Com pahy Testifies in Calhoun Case. ENTRY IN BOOKS UNDER FIRE hows payment of MOO.OOO to Cal- hoaa A boat Time of Alleged Par- meat ef that Amnaat of Bribe Msney. SAN FRANCISCO, June S.-Oeorse E. 8tarr. treasurer of the United Railroads, appearing unexpectedly as a wltnesa to day In the trial of Patrick Calhoun, was asked to explain an Item of Saao.foO which he entered as a credit on the books of the corporation In IKK, when the defendant Is alleged to have paid out a bribe fund of 1200.000 for the overhead railway permit. Treasurer Starr, at the time of the grand Jury Investigation, declined to testify and left for New York Immediately after the graft Investigation had begun. He did not return until about two weeks ago. Starr declared In November, 10, the cash book showing Items entered between April and September, 1908, during which period the money Is alleged to have been given to the supervisors, had been deliv ered to the representative of an account ing firm, who had taken It to New York and never returned1 the volume. Questioned as to the entry he made on the books showing a certificate In favor of Calhoun of 1200,000. Starr said Calhoun had told him ho had borrowed such a sum from the United Railroad Investment com pany and wanted to repay the loan. He swore he had never seen the sum men tioned. Representative In New York. The witness said that Calhoun had told him that the affaira of the company made It necessary to have In New York a repre sentative who had personal knowledge of the situation In San Francisco. ' vDq you recollect whether or not your talk with Mr. Calhoun ocenrred on the day following the conviction of Eugene B Sohmlur asked Heney. "I do not recollect," answered Starr. On cross-examination Stanley Moore of defendant's counsel asked: "Is it not a fact that during the year 1908 large sums of money were paid to James Farley for the purpose of bringing strikeDreaaers to. mis cuyr "It Is," said Starr. Heney demanded that this question and answer be stricken out. Alexander S. King of the defense In slated that the Inquiry waa a proper one, and Heney asked for an order directing Starr to prodoce In court all Vouchers signed by Ford and all vouchera ahowing payments to Farley. Judge Lawlor finally directed Starr to produce all vouchers he aould find relet. lng to the entry of $200,000 made by order of the defendant Assistant District Attorney Heney an nounced this afternoon that the prosecu. tlon's case in the trial of Patrick Calhoun would be complete at the hour of adjourn ment tomorrow. "I have every reason, to bellee," said Mr. Heney, "that all th evidence we Intend to present can be pre sented, before the Jury tomorrow night." Mr. Heney'a statement was accepted as an acknowledgment that Abraham Ruef, Xhe political boss convicted of participating In the bribery with which Calhoun Is charged, wfil not be called aa a witness by the prosecution. ' Although the attorneys for Calhoun re fused to make any statement tonight, it 'b probable that no witnesses will be called Irv jf defense, 4f this course followed the- opening argument for the prosecution will probably be made by Assistant District Attorney John O'Oara on Friday, and the case will certainly be submitted to the Jury next week. During the day Alexander Latham former chauffeur for Abraham Ruef," was qudtloned- concerning his departure and absence from jthe state during preceding grtft trials. Latham refused to answer, on the ground that he might Incriminate him self. BLACK HAND IS REGULAR MAFIA (Continued from First Page.) prospective victims of a band of extortion ists, whose oommander-lnelilef In the state of Ohio, the federal officers charge, la Lima. With Lima there were arrested, seven other Italians. Four were later released,, but Samuel Rlsso and Sebastian Bataxlio are held by the sheriff. Both men are sec tion hands employed by the Pennsylvania railroad. They were associates of Lima and In the'lr trunka the secret service agents found letters of the same charaotei as the collection taken from the safe in Lima's' store. While the authorities here are awaiting the arrival of United States Marshal Chandler from Cleveland, who will take Rlxso and Bataxlio to Toloflo, secret aer vice operatives are searching for Italians in neighboring cities who are suspected of Implication In an extortion plot that has netted the band thousands of dollars within the last few months. Some of the suspects are being sought'n Bellefontaine Lima's father, who la wanted, is said to be In Upper Sandusky and the police there have been asked o apprehend him. A. brother of the alleged leader of the band, associated with him In business here, has disappeared. Three secret service men are seeking him. Another brother has been traced to Italy, whiter he went a few weeka ago. J Threatening Letter First Cine. Lima waa first suspected by the authorl tlea after John Amlcort. a wealthy Italian dealer of Columbus, O, received a letter demanding 110,000 and threatening hta life unless the money waa paid. - Thla letter, it was discovered, was sent from Marlon through a serlea of secret Italian agenta. Lima, now In Jail here, waa not Informed of the cause of hia incarceration until to day. He waa given a newspaper when he arose from his cell cot. When he read that he was believed to have instigated the plot to blackmail Amlcon, Lima ex claimed. In broken English: "Amlcon is Jealous. That's all. He la Jealous of me. becauaeI sell more bananas In Ohio than be does." Lima la known to have sent SsQO to an agent In Italy within the last three weeks. The money waa sent through the Marlon poetofflce. Hia business here la a small one and the federal officials say Its pro fits would not net In years the amount of money that haa. paased through Lima's banda In the last few months. ' Tkestasii Wraif Froae Victims. Ten thousand dollars have been sent te Italy from the blackmailers now being1 rounded up. aay the federal officers. All this money, It la declared, waa wrung from wealthy men of their own race. In no case aa tar as ia known, has any American been disturbed. Lima's store. It Is asserted, was the headquarters of a group operating In Ohio, with Cleveland, Columbus, Cin cinnati and Toledo a the chief sources ot manlpulstton. Secret Service Agent Oldfield, with assist ants R. M. C. Hofford and rf. F. Hutchess came to Marlon Tuesday. Accompanied by local officials, they went to Lima's store In Main street and Lima waa taken Into Custody. A oearch of ft premises was made. On demand, though protesting. Lima opened hia sate. A few of the black-hand letters and 1300 In money were found there. One of the letters marked with the skull and cross bones was addressed to an Ital ian In Newburg. O. Vlecarrlo HeaTlly Armed. wi'ii'u, u r- June t.-viccarrio ta a brother of Antonto Tlccarrlo, arrested yea terday at Marlon, and la said to be a ring leader In the Black Hand schemes. He was found at the home of Mrfs. Salvatore Clra, whteh was surrounded by the officers Vlccarrlo waa heavily armed and had It.Ord cn his person. Women and children In the house are also said to have been armed Vlccarrlo only cursed when told that a confederata at Marlon haia confessed. He went to Bellefontaine from Cleveland n wo years ago, and Is originally from Messina. where It la said he lost hia motner and brother In the earthquake. Vlccarrlo Is a member of the ftult firm of Demar Co.' Salvatore Clra waa shot and killed a year afro by Demar, a nephew, who was acquitted on the plea of self-defense- A year prior, Charles, a brother of Joseph Demar, waa assassinated and slayer waa never captured. Deputy United States Marshal B. J. Wag ner left at noon today for Marlon to bring to Toledo the alleged Rlack Hsbd opera tor under arrest ' there. The prisoners will be arraigned before a United States commissioner tomorrow. Petroalal 8nsnt Taken. COLUMBU8. O., June l.-Cellogers Vlo- oiarrto, of Bellefontaine, an Italian, was arrested today in Bellefontaine by Postof flce Inspector Hosford and will be taken to Toledo by United States Marshal Chand ler of Cleveland. He Is charged with being m ge-Dciween in securing money for the Black Har)dang that has been run down at Marlon and Columbus. Many, letter were found In hia room In the house where SUvatoiia Clra waa, assassinated a year ago. Cira Is now, supposed to have been killed by th Black Hand. Postal Inspector Oldfield I positive that th Black Hand suspeot, Collogero Vlccar rlo, arrested today in Bellefontaine, was connected with the murder of the New York detective Petroslnl in Italy, some months ago. "I base my belief," he said, "on th fact that this man la known to have left for Italy Just before Petroslnl waa assass inated. Vlocarrlo spent some time In Italy and returned here. I believe him to be on of the ringleaders of the Mafia ot the United States and consider. his captur or tlrst - importance." Three Italians hsre are known to hav paid money to the Black Hand organisa tion. Just broken up by United States in spectors. Frank Cannata a fruit peddler, gave up S&00. Frank Lascola, who has a fruit stand In Central market, drove ten miles out East Main street and placed 2C0 in a designated epot. Frank Macula paid fW and got another letter demanding another $6C0 for talking too much. He paid it. Letter Mentions Petroslnl. The following Is a 'Black Hand letter sent to John Amlcon, the fruit dealer here. It is sample of them all: "Dear John Amlcon W havo sent you several letters. We have put dynamite be hind your door and you are dead. Ugly wretch, you need 'riot lament If, when you do not expect It, It wllf'cost you your life. Already our band 'haa Vou down In the register of th deadV "We" 'have arrived at the time already' two ofus are under ob ligations to kill .your (kven. though, you are guarded by a thousand, police. Take th street at your Crjerui futenant Petroslnl did. Ugly wreUvtiB-ju re, that you contqnt yourself, wlthT trying to avoid, .the payment of the money,. tM. 000, but by ho blood of God. w;4 are .back of. you.. .We hav, learned your, ature .and you will be accosted whin you do not expeqt It; two dagger thrusts and then, you will sleep for ever. On thing I tell you, no on can be long to our band Who haa not killed tea persons. We have killed kings and em perors; consider a fly like you. No, no. do not think It. We know that you aie rich and you must give up aome blood. If you wish to avert your death, you will search for an honorable person to come to Pittsburg, and while he la searching for us, he will be fund. We advise you thai If you go to the police you can count your self dead that Is, you die first. Wretch. Do your , duty without the police and It will be well. Either money or your life. In a short time you will see that we know how to do It. Soon you will bear the cross." Th government Inspector say they would have been unable to make such progress had It not been for the assistance given them by F. P. Dlamlo, an Italian secret service man connected with a dr tectivcl agency. He ranked with Petroslnl. the New York detective who was mur dered In Italy, in hta knowledge of Italian criminals ar.d their way. Twenty government Inspectors have been at work oa the Ohio caae for the last eight months. Plot to KIUV Italian slentn. CHICAGO. June 8 A plot to assassinate Detective Oahrlel Longobardt of the Bleak Hand squadron of th Chicago police force waa revealed her today by Longobardl. The plot Is said to have involved a Jail delivery. Some months ago Longobardl arrested Oulesspe Bertacci, who was charged with th murder Of another Italian, John I'm- brello. Later the m officer took Into ouatody Vlneenso Oeracl, charged with at tempting to extort $3,000 from ' Dr. Peter Cutrera by Black Hand threats. Two weeks ago Longobardl received a letter from Qerael, stating that a plot wa under way to contrive the escape of Bertuccl from the Jail, and that the latter waa to carry out a sentence of death Imposed on the de tective by a secret Italian society. A few days ago a letter of similar import was read by th detective from the same writer. Bertuccl haa been closely watched since the tlret warning and hae had no chance to escape. Several weeka ago Longobardl waa stabbed in the wrist by two men who had been loitering In the alley at the rear of hlrStom. Th wound waa trivial.. Th police now couple thla attack with th plot divulged In the letter received by Longobardl." The latter ha been very vig orous and -successful In tracing crin) among Italians. Cleveland (aspects Jailed. CLEVELAND. June 8 Antonio and Joseph Nuaso, brothers and proprietor of a commission house, were arrested here tonight on the Suspicion that they r members of the black hand. A large num ber of letters written In Italian and bear ing Marlon postmarks were found among the prisoners' effect. Federal authorities believe the letter contain valuable In formation and 'they will be taken to an Interpreter tomorrow for translation. The prisoners had In cash In their pockets when arretted. v. teel Waa-ea Reatared. f ALTIMOHE. Jun I. As a result of the improvement In th iron and steel trade th Maryland Steel company haa announced that the wage scat, cut 10 pt. onl oa April 1 win be restored in all Opartment of th big plant on July 1. Two thousand men are afUoud, Auditor Persons Would Keep Job South Dakota Congressmen and Sen ator! Differ Eeparding Proper Man for Place. (From a Staff Correspondent ) WASHINGTON, June .-tSpeclal Tele gram.V-Congressman Burke of South Da kota said today after a conference with th president, that Auditor for the Interior Do pkrtmenf Terertna. who came from his state, 'would not be removed, at least for the present. He stated that the president did not look upon th appointment- of audltora a wholly within the range of sen atorial patronage, in view of the fact that an auditor wa In some particular a part ft his official family. Senators ftemhle and Crawford, who rep resent the wing of the republleafTparty In fouth Dakota, inimical to Representatives Burke and Martin of th same state, hav recommended Lieutenant Oovernor Horace Shober ot Hlghmore for Feraons' Job. hence the row. Senator Gamble, when told about the in terview that Burke had with Mr. Taft, and his prediction that nothing would be done looking to removal of Auditor Persons, he said he had nothing to say except that the president knew where the senator stood regarding Auditor Persons, and It was a matter for his determination. Burke and Martin feel that they have won because of Persons' good, record as auditor for the Interior department. H. R Smith of Lincoln, who haa been associated with Senator Burkett for four yeara as assistant secretary, has resigned, to take effect with the close of the present session of congress. Mr. Smith goea to Lincoln to associate himself with a manu facturing company of that city. Kaufmann Man Servant on Stand Peter Zrickson Testifies that Accused Woman Mistreated Girl She'-is Accused of Murdering. FLANDREAU, 8. D., June .-(Specla1 Telegram.) Peter Erlckson, man servant In the home of Mrs. Mose Kaufmann at th time Agne Polrel. the servant girl Mrs. Kaufmann Is now on trial on a charge of torturing to death, took the stand thla aft ernoon. Erlckson related in a matter-of-fact way how he had seen the girl lying on the floor In1 hot water, which Mrs. Kaufmann told him she had poured on her to make her get up; how Mrs. Kaufman had stood over the girl with a stick In her hands, saying, "I feel a if I could kill you;" how he several time saw Agne on her knees with a plead ing gesture, saying to her mistress, "Frau Kaufmann, Frau Kaufmann;" how twenty- four hours before the girl died,. Mr. KauN mann had called htm Into her room to help bandage the girl' wounds and how they found cut to the bone on the shoulders. which Mr. Kaufmann explained by saying th seams on the girl's waist had made her shoulder sore. . , . .. Erlckson declared positively the. wounds pn the girl's head found under hajr matted with blood at the hospital next morning were . not' there when . he . helped . bandage her sore. ...... ,. j A neighbor. Mr. Udell, said Mrs.. Kauf mann told her ah wa with th girl aJli the last night ah wa at her hou supplying a missing link in the slat' evidence.,) Ro- the tytate claims the fatal ,.tblow. wero-1 administered that last night by Mrs. Kauf mann. ... , SOCIALISTS SCORE DEAD MAN Coadnet Cnmpalgra Aaalnet M. Chan card for Leaving; HI Money ta Rich. I PARIS, Jun 9. The socialist newspaper are conducting a campaign agalnslathelate M Chaucard on account of the Insignifi cant sum he left to the poor of Paris com pared with the Immense legacy made to Madame Bourslne, and they declare that her gift of $20P.(V to the poor of the capital city waa a public recognition of a scandal. L'Humanlte openly Incites the neon!, tn make a demonstration at the funeral of M. Chaucard tomorrow. The Weather. WASHINGTON. June . Forecast of th. weather for Thursday and Friday: For Nebraska and South Da Thursday and Friday. For Iowa Fair In west and shower, in east portion Thursday; Friday, fair. For Missouri Fair In north.. t mnA showers In east and south nortlnns Thnri. day; cooler Friday, fair except shower in southeast portion. For Colorado Local shower Thursday : Friday, fair. For Wyoming Fair and warmer Thurs day and Friday. For Montana Fair Thursday, warmer in southwest portion; Friday, fair. Temperature at Omaha yesterday: Hour. 1 a. m , a. m , T a- m I a. m I a. m 10 a. m II a. m 12 m I p. m t p. m p. m 4 p. n hp. m P m 1 p. m I p. m p. m Local Record. OFFICE OF THE WBATHER BUREAU, OMAHA, June- 1 Official record of tem- ptiatur and precipitation compared wttn th corresponding day of the last three yer: DM. 108. 1907. 1306. Maximum temperature... St W 75 M Minimum temperature.... 69 M 4 63 Mean temperature 61 62 70 71 Precipitation 106 .tZ .11 .00 Temperature and precipitation departures from the normal at Omaha alnce March 1 and compared with the last two year:. Normal temperature '. TO Deficiency for the day Total deflrtency alnce March 1 .' J07 Normal precipitation 17 inch Excess for the day fc Inch Total rainfall since March 1 64 Inches Deficiency since March 1 1 62 Inch Excess for cor. period in IMS 1.61 inohes Deficiency for cor. period in 1WT. .611 Inches Renort tram Slatlaa at T P. M. Station and State Tern. Max. Rain- of Weather. 7 p. m. Tarn. fail. Bismarck, cloudy 64 , a .00 Cheyenne, cloudy tl U .06 Chlcaao, cloudy 64 M .Ot Davenport, raining 61 64 .0 fenver, cloudy 61 70 .M Havre, partly cloudy 60 (0 T Helena, cloudy U . Huron, cloudy 64 64 T Kanta City, pt. cloudy.... 71 61 . . .01 North Plait, cloudy 72 76 .00 Omaha, cloudy 64 64 . 00 Rapid City, raining 64 66 ' .0) 8t. Louis, cloudy 7t J T St. Paul, cloudy 60 62 T salt Lake City, cloudy.... 60 4 T Valentin, cloudy 62 66 .00 Will l.i on. clear 62 64 .02 T Indicate trace of precipitation. U A. WfcLfli. Local Forecaster. e" i ' V Vail ) y jib k r" rARNAM ST. 1317 FAITNAM ST. laifi Wcc Sale on Women's Tailored Sails Your unrestricted choice of any wool tailored suit in our entire stock at half price Hundreds of them marked at sacrificing prices so as not to carry any from one season to another. Come Thursday and choose, v SuitsAip to $25.00, on sale at $10.00 Suits up to $35.00, on sale at $15.00 Suits up to $45.00, on sale at $19.75 HOTEL FtOIVIE Summer Garden Oonseotlna; with, mesne Vineyard VVXQTSS, UYXTXsTO, BsTCaTAaTTnrO), SsTTBAaTOnrCa. NOW OPEN The Paxton Cafe X4tk and raraaaa St. RALPH K1TCHKN. PROP. "Th Vopnlac Oat of Omaha" Promut servtoe. reasonable r rices, and fierfect appointment are the reaeon of ts popularity. ay ordering - halt portion at tne Paxton" you get more variety without adding to the cost. -Meet xoux i-neno at 4s raxvoa" Accused Lawyer . Tells of Divorce Man Who Appeared for Mn, Guggen heim Denies Her Charge of Collusion in lawsuit .! 11 ' NEW ' TORK.'' June ..-rVltiv denial that there hdd 'BeWWtoltuKloh in obtaining the dlvofc frrfntetP to" Grace' B. Guggen heim from William Guggenheim waa mads here today by LOdl'1' Wether, who repre sented aim.' Ouggtfnhelm In the divorce ac tion. ..- HK Warner was harried by former Mayor Bunrid'brVntcag&'who, as Jiiflge of the olr cult cotirt'i'srarHe'he dlvoite as con cerned In the alleged 'eonsplrkcr td obtain the divorce. .'. : "There waa 'no collusion,." Mid Mr. Werner, "batweerr me and Mr. Guggen heim, or anyone elae, to procure a divorce for Mr. Ouggcnhelm." - Mr. Dunne- ha petitioned Judge Honor In th circuit court of Chicago to hav th divorce set aside, alleging that he waa de ceived Into gTamtng th decree and that both Mrs. Guggenheim and her husband were legal resident of ,New York at th time the case was, presented to him for ad judication. ; ' ,, . '. . ICOTSKXIfTS Port. NKW YORK...... NEW YORK NEW YORK NtW YORK.,...., LIVERPOOL.... i.' LIVERPOOL...!.. GIBRALTAR.,... ROTTERDAM..... NAPLES.. GENOA 4. oi- 4c&Mr avrxAjfiaorsv Arrirat. , Balled. rotfcl.oi , K. P. Wlltt.il F4. ttr (inmt . . . Anrlka. K. T. Cell..... OcMna L.K. M.Bltob.. Crt(fnl.f . . rintm. ..,-. Lyvii)n...... C.raMnta. .StbOTUn. . BArbsrOM. The Cost of Cleanliness A New Booklet Publish JL C Wood Co. Xrgst Clsaae aad pyer la th West. It's Intr atlng end If free, Bend for a - Copy. 1521 Howard Bt , Omilia Try Other Cafes,Firsi then fry to nANSON'S CAFE and ygu will never change again. Jlundreds have done this and otlf perfect service and excellent . cuisine ha made them permanent pat rons. ., ". ... ' THIS IS THE TRAVELING 6EftON Let ui fit you out with field (lasses, binoculars, auto, toggles, etc. Complete Line- at Reasonable Prices. w vns OPTICAL CO. kiffct oa th Boats west Corner let a aad-raraaaa Hta. Wber They Test Bye for Qlaeaea. ::::3 T-'V 1V if 1 y The nly flour made in Omaha UPDIKEWUIKQl . - 0MAIU,NEB. airffi ftat''. $1.85 per sack At all grocers UPDIKE MILLING COM PANT, OMAHA. - AMUSEMENT. BO YD S 4th Big Week : .Today S:30. CAPAC1T Tonight SiIS AXXi WXZK IpDIKEll liall r& FLOUliC M ' THE WQODWABO STOCK CO. , Presenting ' THE MARRIAGE OF WM. ASHE ; ' EVtBY KISHT NEXT WEEK 1'BBOWJT OT KABTAJaS" 0MAI!A vs.'DES I.I0II1ES Jane 9, 10, 11, 12 VINTON STREET PARK nrs utk, j.adshv sat. OAKS O AXLED AT . Vaoaeei Song. ISOv; Xad A-1SO0. .aa 111 I MOTI3IO riOTVBXI, . . t 4,000 I ti,x,x;srrKATSO aosfesv Nft WS I . u i, ( i. 11 .. a. 1 IUW r'ograitt Bnnday and Thnrdy. ' IR QOME HILLMAN STOCK CO. , " IN The Miller's Daughter; Admission, 10 aad SO. srazT wise a ssabt or mtstubt - Courtland Beach Picnic Grounds Special inducement to L.odd cietie and Private Picnic Parti n-anan-a ; W. R. 60URLEY, Mgr. Courtland Beach Amuemert Co ' F I C NIC ' AT CONCORDIA PARK Formerly Ruaer's Park on West Cn. ter street. ln by the MILKMEN Or OMAHA -. ATVBOAT. JUSTS IS Amusemont. of all kind. - - lrirnod y ' ecm. Carryalls every it mlau, front end of tar line to park. Valoa suuala. BALL