Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 25, 1902, Page 10, Image 10
10 "TTTE OMATTA DATLT HEE: TITTTTISDAT, PErTEMBETt 25. IQQg. NEW SHOPS WITHIN A MONTI. Ualn Pacific Will Is Opsratigg in Nw luildinei Vsry loon. ELECTRICITY TO IE USED FOR POWER Immense Storage lloo.e Yet to Re ErPtf, the Foundation Having; Jest Rrrn Finished ft rent Modern Plant. Within another month the Union rclfta will be using Its nrw shops or at least the mala part of them. The machine chop, which, la now complete, will, It In calcu lated, be )n operation by October 15. The new boiler and car shops are not yet finished and It will be some time before they ran be ready for use. Aa ha been published by The rice, thesa new shops are to be operated by electricity, a plant having been established by the Union Pacific on Its grounds for this pur pose. This plant, so far as the machine eh ops are concerned, is completed and ready for use. It Is an extensive aflalr and of the very latest and best Improved pattern. With the mammoth shops lighted, heated 'and operated by electricity the Union Pa cific will have one of the largest, most com , plete and most modern establishments In America. Eighty-three new machines will ' be placed in the new machine shops, or have been already placed there, and this equipment Is to be supplemented by the ' best and newest left In the old shopa. Much lot the machinery In the latter Is practically new and of modern make. The new machine shop building Is a huge structure. Its ground ' dimensions are 398 feet long by 150 wide and Its height Is two stories. It Is ventilated by a superior method and Is simply model In the man ner In which It Is lighted. It will be so arranged that the Interior will be as light as day either at night or day. The roof la composed largely of glass skylights and the walls are cut up with lines of win ' dows. Besides this the whole of the ln ' terlor Is to be painted white. The great number and the location of the electrio bulbs will light every nook and corner at sight so that darkness will be an unknown element In tha shops. Some Tremendons Machine. One of the striking features of this shop Is the large movable cranes that have been installed. They are tremendous machines and have no duplicate In this part of the country. They will be operated by elec tricity, too. The oil house has been about completed. The painters are just now putting on their finishing touches and the company may take possession of It within a few days. After the machine shop and the oil house are off hands every effort will be directed toward the completion of the boiler and car shops and other half com pleted structures which go to complete the system of shops. A building yet to be reared Is the new storage house, the foundation of which haa Just been finished. This structure will be two stories high and 300x150 feet In dimen sions. It will stand Just west of the .ma china shop and to one side of the new roundhouse. This will be an unusually large storage house. It will be used to keep all aorta of supplies used In feeding the ahops and keeping up the rolling stock. Tha original plans called for the comple tion of the machine shops about August 15, but unavoidable circumstances precluded the possibility of this and every effort has been made alnce to get through with the work aa quickly as possible: The continuous rains of the spring and early summer greatly deterred the builders In their work and Is largely due for the delay In com pletlon. 0RMING A FESTIVAL CHOIR Omaha, fllnn-era Vnltlnsj to Bring- Best Voters Together In Grand Chora. Omaha people will probably have a fine May festival next year. Negotiations are pending with an eastern orchestra and a bureau controlling prominent eastern solo ists. Locally, a "8tudy club," for the purpose of working on the newer musical compo- itlons for choir, orchestra and soloists has been organised under the personal direction of Mr. Thomas J. Kelly. A few prominent citizens have signified their willingness to support financially and Infhientlally the proposed plan. The festival choir will be composed of seventy-five of the best voices to be found In Omaha, Council Bluffs and South Omaha. Choir alngers, ex-cholr singers and ex- members of musical societies In other cities are especially wanted. The next meeting will be on Monday night at the Kountze Memorial church, Sixteenth and Harney streets, the most central location tor all slnsers. As the membership list now constats of forty-one members and the limit Is seventy-five. It will be necessary to ar range for membership at once. Mr. Kelly will receive Intending members on Satur day afternoon at his studio In the Davldge block. The singers will pleaae bring 'Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" (Coleridge- Taylor) to Monday night's meeting. Good Position Open. Oood opening for a newspaper or magazine olloltor. Permanent position for a com petent man. Address Twentieth Century Farmer, Bee Building, Omaha. Cuckoo clocks Edholm, jeweler, op. P. O SHOWS WHAT THEY MISSED Mm t.irda Will Be Sent to Those Invited to Presidential Dinner. As the result of the failure of the presi dent to carry out his western trip, the Ak-6ar-Ben governors find themselves with a quantity of material which Is practically useless. When the invitations were ac eepted by those invited to sit at the ban quet with the presidential party each ac ceptance was accompanied by J10. At the meeting of the board Tuesday It was de cided to return to the Intended guests the money thus received and to accompany the money with one of tha souvenir bills of fare which had been prepared for the oc casion, These bills will be given to those Invited as a msrk of the good will of the board and to show the recipients what they missed. The expense of the preparations on the part of the board, which will have to be paid regardless of the failure, was about 1400, and this will be paid from the general fund, except what has already been provided for by the members of the board each of whom contributed liberally to the special fund. GUARD GETS INTO TROUBLE Union Paelflo Fatrolman Plrea Be- rolrer Twice and la Arrested. The first disturbance In the vicinity of the Union Paelflo yards sine the murder of Earl Caldwell at Twelfth and Cass streets occurred Tuesday evealng and as a result E. F. Swan, one of th company's guards. has passed through the police court and also through the service of the Union Pacific. Swan was arrested by Officers Taylor and Leahey at the foot of California street for discharging a big Colt's revolver twice, but for the lack of a formal complaint against him he was discharged yesterday morning by the police and later by the company. Swan claimed he accidentally discharged his pistol, but as a Missouri Pacific switch man called "Weeping Walter Bill," with whom Swan is said to have bad some pre vious trouble, happened to be at work on the scene where the firing occurred, others held that the shots were not accidental. The switchman Is said to hare seen Swan near one of the gates recently and taunted him by calling him a "scab," whereupon Swan is said to have replied: "Never mind, I'll get you yet." It is asserted by some who were present when the shooting occurred that Swan's story that he dropped his gun accidentally and thus caused the discharge Is a fable. When arrested Swan had two revolvers and a billy on bis person. ANK y Ik money WITH IS Jfol LlQJU 4 m cent lUTt ItCT pv-ec Ladies' Tailored Blouse Suits at $9.98 Good quality Venetian and Broadcloth, eS satin fold trimmings, new poplin on jacket and skirt with side Q8 pleat, a regular $15 value yJ at Ladies' Golf & Walking Skirts $1.98 Oood, heavy melton, with wide corded and stitched flounce, grays and oxfords, $3 value, at 1 Ladies' 27-Inch Kersey Coats at $6.50 Nutria collar, made with guaran teed lining, in castor, red, navy and black, regu- CQ lar value ten dollars at 1 E Gold First Uncovered, It fcss been prn that gold was first dis covered In California In 1841, or about the same time that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters was first introduced to the publls as a fam ily medicine. During those rears It has es- ! tabllshed an unequalled record of cures of such ailments as flatulency, belching. In somnia, nervousness and Indigestion. If you have taken other medicines without ob taining relief we would urge you to try the Bitters. It will surely cure you. MILLINERY The quality of Brandels' Millinery Is known to every woman in Omaha who knows and follows the decrees of fashion. We show hundreds of beauti ful creations, the designs of artists and the work of experts. Trimmed Hats at $3.45 Several thousand Trimmed Hats, made' up in the most approved style copied from some of the best models of the season alr-rflk mirrored velvets trimmed with beautiful feathers, ornaments and novelty effects most aaaw a stores would ask live- J ! fifty to six dollars for y so better goods........ Jr ' $1.50 Children's Hats at 75c Hundreds of pretty Felt Hats, In cardinal, brown, navy, green, etc., trimmed with neat band of velvet, regular $1.50 value, at 75c $3 Street Hats at $1.95 Many styles of beauti ful shaggy felt Street Hats, tailored in the very newest effects, priced In most stores at 13.00, go at 1.95 75c Black Feather Breasts, 25e Hundreds of dozens of Black Pheasant Feather Breasts, worth up to 7Se, nt. 25c Alarm clocks, all kinds. Edholm, Jeweler. Retnra, Chlengo to an Hew York, 28.80. Via Erie Railroad, Oct. Id, 4th. 6th and Cth. It It the Erie ALL THB WAT from Chi cago to New Tork. Through baggage car. through coaches, through sleepers, through dining csr. Absolutely no change. Fast limited trains. Lowest rates. For time tablea and information apply to H. L. Purdy, traveling' passenger agent, Erie Railroad, Chicago, 111. Good 8-day mantel clock, S3. Edholm. LOW RATES EAST VI Milwaukee Ry. On October 2, 8, 4 and 5 the Milwaukee railway will sell round trip tickets to Wash ington, D. C, for $28.05; also on same dates half rates for round trip to points in Mich igan, Indiana, Ohio and western Pennsyl vania and very low rates to New York City and Boston. On October 1 and 2 Chicago and return, $14.75. City office, 1504 Farnam street. F. A. NASH, General Western Agent. MANY CHEAP RATES Via Wabash Railroad. $11.50, St. Louis and return, October S to 10. $35.50, New Tork and return, October 2 to 6. $28.05, Washington and return, October 2 to 6. $31.75, Boston and return, October I to 10. Many more to points east. Call at Wa bash corner, 1601 Farnam street, or ad dress Harry E. Moores, general agent pas senger department, Omaha. Neb. the: A2Z by constant use and must have a new age if it ia to do good work. Constant ,ork dulls a man as it does an ax, makes bitn sluggish of bodjr and dull of mind. tit neea a tonic, something that will restore the keenness of mind and activity of body. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery puts new life into weak, worn-out, run down men and women. It strength i ens the wesk stom ach, purines the blood, and effect ively stimulates the liver. The whole body is built up with sound, solid flesh by the use of "Golden Medical Discovery." I was eoanned to my Wd lor lour months from January im, 1X09, sod commenced to Use iyour medicine January .1Mb. iSuo." writes Mrs. B11U L Shrpparii, of Poplar bluff Mo. M took eight bottles of Dr. V ;1 lililllf ,1 1 I II 1,1 ! Watch Our Windows Watch Our 2UHf) Windows ACCUSED OF STEALING MAIL Two Private Soldiers of Fort Orsok Held to ledsral Osurt EACH CALLS THE OTHER A PREVARICATOR Evidence Before United States Com missioner Shows that Registered Letters Were INirlolned from Foatofllee at Fort. Pierre's Golden Med -iral Discovery, four of 'Favorite Prescription,1 two vials of 'Pleasant Pellets.' and one bottle Of Doctor fierce a I om .pouud Extract of Smart' Weed, as a liniment. Indication, obatmatc coa ui pat ton. and hardening of the liver was my trouble. I ant at this time able to do almost any hind of house work. Your medicine aaved rat from my grave. Thanks to vou for the benefit. My caae was BupcUss when I began taking your tncdielas. Don't be fooled into trading a sub stance for a shadow. Any substitute offered as "just as good" as "Golden j Medical inecovery,- is a snaaow 01 mat medicine. There are cures behind every 'claim made for the " Discovery," which to "just as good medicine " can show. Biliousness is cured by the use of Dr. ritra'l f Isaaant Peilata. I COURT HOUSE STAND STAYS District Coart Restrains Mayor from Having the Strnetnre Removed. Judge Dickinson yesterday signed a restraining order enjoining Mayor Moores from interfering with the erection of the reviewing stand In front of the courthouse for the Ak-Sar-Ben electrical pageant. This stand is being erected by the Omaha Btand company, who secured the privilege by unanimous vote of the Board of County Commissioners on condition that aeats are , to be provided for the county officials and employes snd the county Is to be saved the expense of putting up a stand of Its own, as the city has done across the street. Be fore the erection of the stand began the company applied to tha mayor and building Inspector for a permit and was told to go ahead with Its work that a permit would not be necessary. Tuesday afternoon, when the stand was ! practically completed, the mayor ordered ! the chief of police to have It torn down, ' and Tuesday night the city council, by unani mous vote, sdopted a resolution giving the company the right to maintain the stand and Instructing the building Inspector to Issue a formal permit for it. The restrain ing order which was signed by Judgs Dick inson yesterday was granted on the peti tion of the company, which alleged that the mayor had threatened to Interfere with ! mo iuaiuieuau.cn 01 ids rigma graniea. by : the county commissioners rod the city council. John A. Palmes and William B. Holbltter, private soldiers from Fort Crook, were yes terday bound over to the United States court by Commissioner Anderson to answer to charges of embezzling from the malls. A bayonet, a rifle, a chapel, a church organ. a chaplain's trunk and a color sergeant all entered Into the scope of the testimony. The hearing was further enlivened by the fact that each man endeavored to shift all the blame on the other. They were handcuffed together, so sat before Commis sioner Anderson side by side and close together. As soon as Palmea had finished his story of the affair Holbltter calmly an nounced that it was all a He. He then told his version and at its conclusion Palmes said that was all a lie. As a further complication It was de veloped .that Palmes was already a prisoner, being at the fort on a sentence tor deser tion, which does not expire till next June. In fact, Holbltter was acting as a guard In charge of Palmes. as a prisoner at the time the alleged purloining of the malls occurred. Palmes said that Holbltter was the leader In the matter, and, despite the guard's denial, the commissioner held both over. Palmes will go back to finish his sentence at the fort or else to wait till arrangements can be made with the War department to let the United States court have him sooner for trial. Meanwhile, Hol bltter goes to Douglas county Jail on $500 bonds to await the call of the grand Jury Palmea Tells of the Theft. According to Palmes' story, on September 8 last he was at work cleaning up the Implicated Holbltter, and the latter was arrested. Deputy United States Marshal Homan went to the fort Tuesday and brought the men in-to Omaha. Holbltter says he never saw the letters till Palmes came around and showed them to him. Sergeant Sheeny says It would be Impossible for Palmes to get the letters without arms or a pole of some kind, and even then his guard, Holbltter, would certainly have seen him do it The offense Is good tor a peni tentiary sentence, -t LOW RATES TO ST. LOUIS Via the Missouri Pacific Railway, Ac count Fall Festivities Which include the Great St. Louis fair, which gives $30,000 in premiums; the gor geous Veiled Prophet pageant; street fair and carnival; horse show In the coliseum; running horse races dally by the best thor oughbreds In the country, and base ball games between the teams of the American and National leagues. All events during October and the first week in November. Ask your local agent for detailed Infor mation and visit the World's Fair city. H. C. TOWNSEND. Oen'l Pass'r and Ticket Agt., 1 St. Louis, Mo. Announcement of the Theater. The demand for the picturesquely sen sational In the drama Is splendidly grati fied In the magnificent production of "Under Two Flags," which is announced for an engagement of one week, commencing Sunday, September 28. The dramatization of Oulda's great novel of the same title was made by Paul M. Potter, who also dramatized "Trilby" and other equally suc cessful works, and It Is the first and only legitimate stage version of the world famed novel. The play was first produced at the Garden theater. New York, where It scored one of the greatest dramatic suc cesses on record. The road production will be Identically the same as that seen in New York. Are You A Stranger in the City? ' Don't be backward about asking questions in our store. The more you ask the better we like it. We want you to know all about our store. Inquire about our merchandise, about our meth ods, about anything you wish to know concerning our store. It's your privilege, and we consider it a favor when you take advantage of it. When we've served you for a time, you'll wonder how you ever managed to trade elsewhere. New Arrivals in Women's Ma.n- Teilored Sviits Today we received some very swell suits for women at $16.75, $19.75, $24.75 When inspecting these suits we want you to note many things, especially the ehoiceness of the weaves and the shadings. The strictly new ideas in sleeves and cuffs, the new style kinks In collars and the shapes of the backs and fronts the trimmings and the furnishings used the workmanship inside and outside the gTace and rase in hang and draping of the skirts. THE OP PORTUNITIES TODAY FOR SELECTING BEAUTIFUL MAN-TAILORED SUITS FOR WOMEN ARE EXCELLENT. I Fifteenth 1 and Farnam Fifteenth il d Farnam m Alt - SAR - BEN GRAND BALL Our $3.50 patent leather shoe for this occasion will give entire satis faction. Their equal will cost $5.00 at the ordinary shoe store. We sell at factory price. Yon save 20 per cent by buying of the Men's Exclusive Shoe Store. "0NIM0ND" $3.50 and $2.fiO Men's Shoe. & XO.. 205 South 15th St. ONE OF THE PLACES of Interest for Omaha visitors Store. He has so many nobby. Jewelry line. Spend a few minutes at his store, name. is Lindsay's tasty goods Jewelry In the Look for the S. W. LINDSAY, The Jeweler, 1518 DausUs St. J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS J. Im braxdeis a sons. There Is honor In true economy. Don't hlft t ! aside a reasonable portion of your income. 11 you so desire. wo wui oeip you to save It. $1.00 Starts You. J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS, BANKERS. lttth A Dooarlas Sts. A comedietta by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, entitled "Her First Divorce Case," will be a feature of the bill at the Orpheuro for the week commencing Sunday, Septem hallway of the administration building at ber 28- 11 lB the tnt dramatic effort of the fort. Holbltter was his guard. The 1 the "Poetess of passion" and will certainly Mortality tatlsttea. Ths following births and deaths were reported at the office of the Board of Health during the twenty-four hours end ing at non Wednesday: Births William Boyce. 14K Jones street, girl; Charles K. Burke, Midland hotel, Hix to.nth and Chicago, girl. Itoaths W. 11. Halley, St. Joseph's hos- rltal. aed 40 years; Frances Zalomiek, Hi Souih Fourteenth street, aged ID days; Arthur w. Walton, 4us Walnut afreet, aged 4 months; siosea B. Yantes, St. Joseph's hospital, agd 4o years; Charles F. John- Uoldle May lifclbourn. Forty-third aoi I cartas sueeta, aea u mouift. postoffice Is In, the hallway beside the stair way. High gatea guard the pigeon hole boxes, so there is no wy to reach them from the floor, but by going up the stairs a little .way one can look over Inside, ralmee says Holbltter ssked him to help take a registered letter they could see In there. Palmes was willing, so Holbltter went up the stairs and by usiug his gun, with bayonet fixed, was able to reach the pigeon hole and sweep the letter out to where Palmes could reach between ths slats of the gate and get It. Then they went upstairs Into the chapel. unoccupied at that hour, and opened the letter. It contained a $5 bill. They burned the letter on top of the chaplain's trunk and threw the ashes Inside It. They then went to the csnteen and had the bill changed. Each took half, and they bought tobacco and other suppllee. Coming back to finish the work, Holblt ter had a hunch to get another letter, and they did. This contained but 10 cents. They grew careless snd did not burn the letter, but put It under the organ In the chapel, where It was found later snd Intro duced ss testimony today. Palmes' careless talk at the guard house at night exposed him and his guard. Two soldiers had been' wondering why their money did not come and the post officers were at a loss to discover who had been pilfering the mall boxes. Color Sergeant Sbeehy went Into the guard house last Fri day to pump a prisoner about another matter. From the next cell he overheard another prisoner say that Palmes bad plenty of money now because he was rob bing the mail box. This was two weeks after the theft. Data Mas Coatfeaaea. Palmes was confronted with aa accusa tion and confessed everything at ones, lie enlist a great deal of attention. It will be presented by Mattis Keene and company. In whose handa It haa met with splendid success. It Is In devising 'comical situations that Mr. Ade has demonstrated bis cleverness as a librettist. While the dialogue bristles with wit, the author of "Fables in Slang" haa not been compelled to resort to slang. Both In the book and the lilting lyrics he has appealed to the strong American sense of humor. His reward came In the three months' run of "The Sultan of Sulu" last spring In Chicago. Manager Sbvage has given the piece a lavish production in costumes and scenery and provided a com pany of over aeventy people, and his Castle Square Grand Opera orchestra. "The Sul tan" appears at the Boyd next Friday and Saturday. COUNTY SUES ON BOARD BILL Action Again. t City of South Omaha for About Thlrteem Thou sand Dollars. ei v.. hpon filed in the district court by the county of Douglas sgalnst the city of South Omaha to collect I13.&.& ciaimea by the county to be due for the board and lodging of city prisoners from January 1, 1S93. to July 1, 1902. The petition, which In Itself Is a brief HrtflimAYlt. TT1 erelv states that within the periods marked by the dates mentioned and up to the present time 11 nas oeen th. nr.rtlc for the city of South Omaha to commit prisoners sentenced and liable to be Imprisoned under us ordnances 10 th nmurlas county iail and the prisoners have been boarded and lodged at the Dfrrcod nrlres of 15 cents for each meal and 12V4 cents for each night's lodging anil that in consideration of that accommo ,iiinn ihn rnnntv of Douglas has been compelled to pay and did pay to Us sheriffs the sum of $13,575. Tha netitlon 13 accompanied by an itemized statement showing the names of prisoners and the number of days tnat each was boarded at the Jan. Publish your legal notices in Ths Weekly Bee. Telephone 238. THREATENED T0 SHOOT HER What Mrs. f harlea Moore Telia the Police About Her Husband. ri,..i. Mnnn was locked ud at an early hour yesterday morning for threaten- in. n mi his wife. Mrs. Olive Moore, wno was hold in the matron's department to prosecute. The case was set for Septem v,. oa Trnuhl. tietween the two occurred near Tenth snd Dodge streets, because Moore objected to his wire going xo can -h. ihon that he did not like. She was in a carriage and he Is said to have intimated to her that if sne auempieo. 10 get out and make the proposed call he would kill her. HALF RATES Via Wabash Railroad To points In Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Ken tucky, Pennsylvania, New Ycrk. Sold Oc tober Z, 8. 4. 6. Less than half rate on same datea to Washington. D. C, and re turn. All Information at Wabash New City Office, 1801 Farnam atreet, or address Harry E. Moores, O. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb. Chleee to Boston and Return, f 10.OO. Via Erie Railroad. Tickets on sale Oct. T to 11 Inclusive, good to return on or before Oct. 13. By deposit and payment of 60 cents, extension of limit to Nor. 12 may be obtained. Through sleeper. For time tables and de tail Information apply to Mr. H. L. Purdy, traveling passenger agent, Erie Railroad, Chicago. 111. Beautiful c&taa docks. Edholm, Jeweler Cure for Asthma and Hay Fever ThA .tatements Dublished below confirm the claim of Dr. Sehlffniann that his rem edy is an absolute cure for Asthma and Hay Fever. Mr. Marv Zachery. Pleasant Hill, L , eays: "I have found your Asthma Cure a nnnanent cure for Asthma, for wnicn 1 used it 7 years ago. I have never had the slightest return of the trouble since. 1 have also found your remedy excellent In Rrnnchlal affections." A Hay Fever sufferer writes: "I have had Hay Fever for 14 years. I bought a nackaee of your remedy (Schlffmann's Asthma Cure), of our druggist and due to its use this Is the first summer that I have not been troubled." Mrs. Frank Guilfogle, 237 Ridge avenue. Roxboro, Philadelphia. Sold by druggists at 60c and $1 00. Send 2c stamp to Dr. R. Schlffmsnn, Box 90. St. Paul, Minn-, for a. frea sample package. ipllilll I lllll llTITTlTTTirafaTmn,'Tfc The Carnival Opened Yesterday And while you're taking .In the carnival, walk down to 1419 Farnam and take a look at our misses' school shoes in plump kid or box calf up pers, kid or patent tip; genuine rock sole leather sole. A shoe to f t grow ing feet, broad bottoms and toes; an everyday school shoe that will give satisfaction. Slzea 8H to 11, il 25. Sizes lift to 2. $1 60. Sizes 2tt to 6, 12.00. In low, flat or spring heels. DREXEL SHOE GO Omeha's Un-to-Date Shoe House, 1419 FARNAM STREET. Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady and If you don't Inwist upon being served with Mots beer you'll n.ot got the satisfac tion thut only Metz beer can give Hrewed fnr particular people we main tain it at the highest standard of perfec tion so that there's "no kirk coming'' from the moat crltlnnl. unri vnn'll flnH I, . ob well as nn invlgnrant every time you quaft its foaming ilellclousness. Metz Bros. Brewing Co. Tel. Oaaahau Or Jacob Neumayer. Agt., eare Keumays: Hotel. Council Bluffs. Tows. LOW RATES TO Pacific Coast Tin ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM 2ROO to LOS ANOEI.KS. UR.MO to BAN FRANCISCO, to PORTLAND. S3IMK to SKATTLK. ais.BO to SPOKANE. UO.OO to Ut'TTE. . to HELENA. fZO.OO to SALT LAKE. Tickets On Sale Kvery Day In gEPTFMHWH and OCTOBER. , City Ticket Office 1S2.1 FAUN AM aVllKET. WEATHER DON'T COUNT Everybody who attenrlH the AK-SAlt-BEN carnival this year will Imvt- a k""'I time anyhow weath-r pood or wtahM. bad makes r.o ilitTiTm f, Yuiihi Omaha s' people propose to xhow her vtnitcirs thq krlKht Hide of lite onrp and they won't stand for no Interference from Mr. Welch. Carnival open everything 1h booming. Come to Omaha anil forget your t rnul. land BAVK JlliNKV ON YOUK lutirflk NKKIjS MV TllAIH.Vii AT Till'. oNI.T liHlfi STORK IN TDK CITY WHM'fl HON' T l'.KION'i TO TIIK 'i l'.l .ST HAN'S, tl.oo I'erima :.7t . 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