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THE liKB: OMAHA, SATUKIUY, N'OVEMIIHilt a, 1912.
Why Rubel's Can
This Furniture Store is Under SMALLER Operating
Expense Than Any Other StoVe in the City. We are
OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT and What
We Save in Rent Alone Enables Us to Sell on a Closer
Margitvof Profit Than Other Stores About the City. The Owners of
This Business Are Young Men of Moderate Habits and Tastes and No
Enormous Salaries Are raid to Anyone.
We don't spend, our summers in Europe and our
winters in Florida we arc right here at tho helm every
week in tho year. Wo have a big, handsome store,"
show1 a very extensive slock. "We buy our goods at
prices as low or lower than any other store, and are con
tented with much smaller profit. "We are particularly
anxious, while a young concern, to establish a reputa
tion for low prices. So
wo have tho advantages
which make it possiblo
to beat any other store
in tho city on prices, and
wo certainly have tho
disposition to sell at
prices just as much
lower than other houses
as we possibly can and
still pay our bills. Now,
wo certainly - can - and
will savo you money if
you give us a chaucoi
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..EARLY TRIAL EPR GANGSTERS
j'Jury Ordered that Will Dispose of
Men Who Killed Rosenthal.
HUNMEN TO BE TRIED SEPARATE
Rosenthal was slain. This new Indict
ment Is for perjury in connection with a
raid by Becker's squad at a gambling
house run by Ilooenthat. The defendant
la' still on duty and Commissioner Waldo
has been directed to produce him In court
"Whiter" Lewis tho First Atmlnst
Whom the Stmt? Will Proceed
In Supreme Justice .Golf's
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. The state's de
termination npt to delay tho trials of
tho four ganguters indicted with Lieuten
ant Charles Becker for the murder of
Rosenthal was Indicated today when Dis
trict Attorney Whitman moved beforo
Supreme Court Justice Goff for a spe
cial panel of 200 talesmen to bo summoned
to appear on November 8. The trial of
tho first of the gunmen Is expected to
begin November 13 or 14.
Whitman and former Magistrate Wahle,
who Is counsel for tho four accused men,
liavo agreed that they shall be tried
"Whltey" Lewis will be tho first to
face prosecution. Wolile said he would
call sixteen witnesses In "Whltey's" de
For the prosecution William Shapiro,
driver of the murder car will be one of
the leading witnesses. Thomas Coupe,
former clerk of the Elks' club, who fled
to England after the murder, will be an
Important witness for the state.
The grand jury which Indicted Becker
uud Uio gangsters was discharged today.
Its final act was to indict another mem
.bcr of the strong arm squad of detectives
under Becker's command at the time
DEFENSE IN THE UNDLOFF
TRIAL SPRINGS A SURPRISE
CHICAGO. Nov. 1. Tho defense in the
trial of Mrs. Louise LIndloff, crystal
gazer and medium, charged with poison
ing her son, Arthur, surprised tho proso
cutlon today by calling Miss Sadie Kay,
who had beon expected to bo a star wit
ness, for the state. Miss Ray's testimony
was not effective for the prosecution and
she was recalled to tho stand by Mrs.
Miss Ray, formerly housekeeper for
Mrs. LIndloff, sa!d that Arthur was suf
fering from a chronic skin disease, for
which he took a medicine containing the
mineral poison with which Mrs. LIndloff
Is accused of killing him. Henry Kuby,
a table boarder at the LIndloff home,
corroborated Miss Hay's testimony.
COACH DENNEHAS HIS NERVE
Predicts Victory by Two Touchdowns
When Team Meets Creighton.
ST. LOUIS ELEVEN IS ENR0UTE
LOS ANGELES BAKER IS
MURDERED IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO, Nov. J.-Jlclnhold Meyer, a
retired Los Angeles, Cal., baker, was
found shot to death at the homo of a
sister, Mrs. Martha A. BIcknell, hero to
day. A bullet had passed through his
head. A revolver found ten feet away
from the chair on which he was found
sitting had one discharged cartridge, but
no powder marks were found on his skin,
which led the police to suppose he had
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writes an enthusiastic
woman after her first trial
of Persil. "My clothes
were beautiful and snow
white after I used it. I
had never used it before,
so I want to let you know
how great a value it has
in making work easy. I
shall never be without it
again in the house."
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Scheduled fur Crelghtnn
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most delicate fabric or skin,
and does more work in less
time than any other washing
10 Gents at all Grocers
60 million packages used
in Germany last year.
ST. LOU1B, Nov. 1. Tho St. Louis upnl
verslty foot ball team, twontv.fivn ulnm?.
left for Omaha last night to get a day
of rest beforo tho gamo with the strong
Creighton team there Saturday. With
tho exception of Halfback McCarthy, who
was injured in the Miami gamo, every
member of tho squad Is In condition to
get Into the game If necessary.
All hands are confident and Coach
Denno predicts a victory by at least two
touchdowns. A light signal drill ended
training for Saturday's game.
Practice ivlth Seruhs.
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. l.-A Ion?
signal drill and . some defensive work,
breaking up opposing formations of the
scrub team, constituted the Princeton
team's final practice today for tho game
with Harvard at Cambridge next Satur-day.
Captain Pendleton and Hobey Baker
were given practice In place kicking from
scrimmage formations and displayed good
form. Pendleton, Dowltt, Waller nnd
Stewart Baker composed the backfleld
during most of the practice and will prob
ably start the game on aturday. An
drews, Dunlap, Strelt, Wight and V.
Trwikman were nil tried at the end posl
Hons and It Is Mill a question which
pair will start against Harvard.
Harvard Hun at Work.
CAMDEN, Mass., Nov l.-Short. Bnappy
practice, in which the varsity men wore
lined up against an Imposing array of
coaches, formed the work of the Harvard
foot ball team today In preparing for its
game with Princeton Saturday.
Divided Into twpj itlevens, first one and
then tho other section of th varsity
squad went against the coaches for a
ten-minute scrimmage. The first section
was unable to score, getting tho ball as
far as tho twenty-flvo-yord line only once.
Brickley twice tried a drop kick and
foiled, The second section fared some
what better, as Milhol.'and drop kicked
two goals from the thirty-yard line. Hoi
lister failed In n similar try.
It rail)' fur Meet ttIiu Drake.
ST. LOCIS. Nov. 1 After Coach Cayou
called signals for mors than two hour
In tho gymnasium this afternoon, liu led
the tired Washington university eloven
In a half hour's scrimmage with the
second team In a driving rain. After
the workout In tho mud and water, Cayou
called for more signals Indooni and hod
the lino develop new formations. All
the regulars ore In good condition and
will line up against Drake university team
of Iowa Saturday.
Onraes lu Iowa Saturday.
DBS MOINES, la Nov. L.-Amei and
Mornlngride hold the center of attention
In the foot ball games played In Iowa to
morrow. Orinnell and Coe meet In a game
which, on tho showing of Coe, should be
easy for the Grlnnelllans. Stato Normal
and Leander Clarke battle ut Toledo.
Simpson is meeting lVnn at Oikaloosa
today, while Parsons and Central are en
gaged at Pel I a. Another gamo scheduled
for today at a late hour Is a meeting be
tween Highland Park of Des Molncs und
tho vocational school at Harlan.
A Store for
people, by the
and for the
MRS, CONWAYJELLS STORY
Relates Talk with Miss Singer Night
Before woman Was Murdered.
GIRL' PROPOSED SOME KILLING
Una Marked. Ntllmnn n n Victim,
lie 'Having: Plenty of Money
"nnd Some Very Vnlunlile
1) til in o nds.
ester, Ind., where they spent tho day In
a hotel. Tho following day they went to
Sydney, O. From "Intro thoy came lo
Lima, arriving here shortly nfter mid
night this morning.
Tho pollco explain Conway's presenco at
tho hotel by stating he learned from his
mother that his homo was being watched,
so ha did not k there.
Couwny Is llttlo. known here, as he vis.
Ited tho city only occasionally.
Key to the Sltuallon-Bec Advertllnsr.
LIMA, O., Nov. J. Two dotoctlves from
Chlcngn who arrived, hero today lo take
charge ot Mr." and Mrs. Churlea Conway,
arrested hern lu connection with the mur
der ot Sophia (I. Blnger In n Chicago
rooming Iiouro Monday night, decided to.
defer their departure to that city until
This decision was reached after hear
ing of a long statement from Mrs, Con
way, who recited In detail their actions
on the night of the murder and their
movements thereafter. She declared trial
Miss Singer had told her she was tired
of her fiance, William Worthrn, and was
to meet a man whom Mrs. Conway be
lieved to bo Claude Ktlllman. She ald
Miss Singer exhibited to Conway nn Iron
do6r knob, wrapped up In a handker
chief and said Hhe would get tho man
whom she wuh to meet In a lonely place
and wanted Conway to hit hint with It
ho that Bho could get his roll. This
Mrs. Conway said her husband declined
to do and they left Chicago that night
and did not hear of the murder until
Mrs. Conway'H statement to the detec
tives in part follows:
"The last Conway and I saw of Sophia
Singer was about 10:30 o'clock Monday
night. Wo were preparing to leave Chi
cago. Bhe had given us and two
suits of clothes for my husband. Wor
then had left early In the evening. Mlns
Singer, who wuh living with him as his
wife, came In tho house about 8 o'clock.
Met n Svrcll KellaiT.
" 'Oh,' sho said, 'I met the swcllest
fellow named Ktlllman. He Is rather
elderly and has IotB of diamonds. I am
to meet him after 10:30 and wo are going
to a chop suey place.'
"MIbb Blnger asked Conway to go out
with her when she went to meet ptlll
man. 8ho showed him an Iron door knob
covered with ono of Worthen's handkerchiefs.
" 'I'll get him up an alley or soma
place! she said, 'and you rap hint with
this. Wo'll get bis roll.'
"My husband refused. She wanted me
to go out with her, but Conway wouldn't
let mo ana i aian t want to go anyway.
I think she wanted mo to come up to
them with some sympathy 'gag' and
work him for some money. Bhe waa an
gered at us because wo would not go.
"Tho door knob sho showed Conway
was one she had brought from the house
at Indiana avenue. We had moved
Monday from there to S223 Indiana.
"I remember having seen her take the
knob from a door at the first place sev
eral weeks before and put a shoestring
through it. I had forgotten all about
it until I saw her have It again Monday
"We left Sophia about 1 o'clock. Sho
was sitting on our bed talking and
changing from a pair of black shoes to
brown high tops. Wo had been quarel
Ing a little, but she was of changeable
moods and I kissed her good bye.
"Wo went out of the back way and
down an alley. Wo did this because them
waa but one key which Sophia had given
to Worthen. Wo took a street car to
the Interurban station and left for Ham
mond, Ind. I think we got there about
1 o'clock, We stayed ull night in a hotel
there and then went to Rochester, Ind,
The first I knew about the murder waa
Tuesday evening while wo were at Roch
ester waiting for a train."
Mrs. Conway suld they first learned of
Miss Singer's death on the following day,
while riding on a railway train between
Hammond and Rochester, Ind.
Mrs, Conway's story, the pollco say,
differs from the one told by Conway, from
whom she was separated Immediately fol
lowing their arrest.
They declaro Conway admitted he knew
of the murder before leaving Chicago.
After leaving Chicago the couple went
to Hammond, Ind., where they spent the
plsht Tuesday they proceeded to Roch.
METHODISTS PLAN WORLD
WIDE PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN
TOLEDO, O., Nov. l.-A win Id-wide
campaign of publicity for modern Metho
dism, ovoti greater than ,copi of
rellgluuii Journalism of the last fiscal
year was planned for tho next twelve
montha by bishops of the Methodist Epis
copal church and tho denominational buok
committed of flfteon, lu cuntcrouce here
Paints Stolen Horses;
Has Check in Pocket
lung beforo ltnxao was arrested,
ciheck wus found In his pocket.
WOMAN IS BURNED TO
SEWARD, Neb., Nov. I.-(Hpeclal Tele
gram.) Though clover enough to paint
thu faces and feet of two stolon horsnii
und to dyn hit own hair and remove hln
beard, Krnnk Raxnc, son of a rich farmer
of thta county, was foolish enough to
take a check lu payment for tha anlni'ils
and keep It In his pocket, accodlnK, to
charges made at his preliminary hearing
hero. Razac, who Is 21 yearn old, was
jKiitnd over to tho dlstrlot court, today
under bond of $1,200.
The horses belong to John Uesphayor
and Joseph Dvorak. Ten days ago Rasno
mudt) nmuignmcnts with u homo liuyor
to soli two animals on October 2rt nnd
delivered them on that date, giving; his
riamo b Peter Kador. Ho received a
check for J30x. Tho sheriff wan notified
of the theft of the horseH and It was not
DEATH AT WAGNER, SGd.
MITCHELL. S. U., Nov- 1 -(Sp fclai:)
A fatal accident hnpponed to Ml a. on,
Cofer at bur homo In Wagner whenho
attempted to fill a small gas(jn0 iavo
whllo It waM ulttlug on top 0f a sfjjvo
that waa quite warm. 1,1o gaonn)
overflowed in tho tank and rim over Jho
Htovti causing the fluid to ignlto and fluin
down on tho floor, whera it caught 3ro
on' a rug. Mth. Cofer rn out of jlcjprs
wltii tlm burning stove Und then hilred
baiik to extinguish the burning rug. SOTno
of tho gasoline saturated har dress nd
when sho picked up tho flaming rug'fler
clothcH caught tiro, nnd In n nnimint
Him waa a masH of finmes, Mrs. Cater
lived about eighteen lumrs nnd pasijVul
away the neott morning. She Icavcg a
husband nnd several children, 53
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