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Not a sale of ordinary filks at ordinary price. Not a sale of cheap worthless silks at cheap
prices. Every remnant choice, new and sltylish. These remnants are what was left after the
great silk sale of last Saturday; now we are goinp to clean the silk stock of all the remnants.
Note the sweeping reductions. Hundreds to choose from. We mention a few items selected at
random that you can see about how. the reductions run..
4 TPS. REMNANT KQVEI.TT 6ILK
Reiular Toe quality. navy, around, with
hair trlr,e fif onion brow, for II. 7.
TDS. CHECKED WOVFXTY-New
green and ailvrr. In email Invisible
cheek, with tiny dot scattered over the
urfar, la the txmlalne "weave, regular
$1.00 qunllty, for I2.M. '
t, yds. chakqkarm: novei-ty-
Rranilar Toe quality, for 11.71
f YDS. STRIPED CREAM NOVELTY
Vcry new and atyllah. reg rtlnr 11.00 quality,
t' YDS. S4-IN. ROSE riKK 1-OtIStNE
-Nothing prettier for wulet at any price;
remnant, $1.27. -
SS YDS. BTRirED JACQCARD NOV
ELTY In the new changeable colon, for
i YDS. BROWN AND TAN NOVELTY
In regular $1.00 quality, for $2.07.
i YD. GARNET HAIK BTRirED
NOVELTY Ilea utlful. kofl finish, very
new; remnant for $1.39.
ST YPS. CQRDED CREAAI NOVELTY
In th new aoft flnlh, fur $1.59.
Don't Miss This Special $1 Hand
some 56 In. Salting Thursday
Morning 49c a yard.
Thla (a acknowledged to be the grenteet
bargain cur;tlrc goods department has
Y. M. C. A. Building:, Corner Sixteenth and Doufflas Sts.
of th cruiser squadron of U Asiatic fleet
The Chinese cruiser Hal Yung raised steam
Within twenty minutes and came close to
tha Rastoropay. Captain Chlng of the
lul Yung boarded it and held a brief con
(uf once with Commander : Felem. Com
mander Walnwrlght, Rear Admiral Folger'a
aids, boarded tha Rastoropny immediately,
lull he and Captain Chlng were not in
vited to enter the Raatoropny's cabin,
ltlioui!i bllzxard was outtlng their faces.
Captain Chlng notified Commander Pel em
i a tit twenty-four hour wa the limit of tha
time ha could remain armed at Che Fix),
titer which the Rastoropny would be com
pelled to disarm. While delivering this
ultimatum the Russian sailors, who seemed
o be healthy and care free, continued
treaslng the torpedo tubes, which were
Think Stories Are Rehearsed.
Following tne conierenca with Captain
t hing, the Rastoropny was moved further
In, to the old anchorage of the torpedo
post destroyer Ryeshitelni, where the Bus
Man consul boarded the Rastoropny and
wrought Us dispatches ashore.
The Russian officers are still reticent, but
(key say tha condition of Port Arthur is as
itood aa It waa two months ago. They also
deny the report that the Russian armored
cruiser Bayan has been sunk, though they
admit, that a ahell damaged Ita engines,
which are being repaired. Russian cruisers
cum out of Port Arthur dally, the battle
jtlilpa remaining in the harbor. Tha over
drawn optimism of the officers, it waa as
Mcrted aahon, made it obvious that their
cibry waa rehearsed before it waa given
tu the public
When the correspondents were allowed to
uoaril the Rastoropny a quarter of beef was
carefully placed where it was impossible to
iiilss seeing it. This, It was claimed, waa
t.toant to convey tha Impression that Port
Arthur waa snug and comfortable.
6:46 p. m A private letter received this
afternoon from Port Arthur requests the
Associated Press to publish a statement
to the effect that all the foreigners there
ire well and that none of them haa re
ceived any wounds during the fighting.
flak Jan Destreyer.
Evening. The Port Arthur newspaper,
Novlkrsl, of November 11, copies of which
were brought to Che Foo thla morning by
the Russian torpedo boat destroyer Rasto
ropny, prints brief detail of a daring ex
ploit which resulted in the sinking of a
four-funneled, Japanese . torpedo . boat de
stroyer. . . ;:
Japanese torpedo boats and one destroyer
were engaged in removing mines, mostly
their own. from Tache bay, on November I.
Midshipman Dlmltrlelt eonpelved the Idea
that he could torpedo the Japanese boats
under cover of darkness, ay the latter were
very busy and enjoying a fancied security.
It waa tha very audacity of the plan, tha
Novlkrsl says, that made it successful.
Securing a steam launch from the battle
ship Retvlian, one carrying a torpedo tube
and accompanied by half a dosen silent
volunteers Plmltrleff In the dense dark
ness slipped out of the harbor and suc
ceeded la. evading tha Japanese search
lights. : .
Circling around the Japanese boats, with
tha launch moving at top speed, the mid
shipman . fame within striking distance
from the, seaward aide and launched his
projectile. It sped true to the destroysr.
There was sudden explosion and the de
stroyer sank Immediately.
The launch then spd toward the harbor,
but waa "not pursued, the Japanese evi
dently having not observed the Isunch and
thinking that the destroyer 'had struck one
of their own mlnea.
Midshipman TMmltrleff L the hero of the
day at Port Arthur, according to the paper.
Part Ara Will Held Out.
BT. PETERSBURG, Nov. 17. S a. m.-
There la no official confirmation at . thla
hour of the ..reported blowing up of the
torpedo boat destroyer Baatoropny at Che
Foo. The. understanding at the admiralty
A CREAMY FOOD
Scott's Emulsion is trod
liver oil prepared as a food
not a food like bread or meat,
but mor like cream ; in. fact,
it is the cream of cod liver
oil. At the same time it is a
blood-maker, a nerve tonic
and a' flesh-builder. But
principally it is food for tired
and weak digestions, for all
who arti fat-starved and thin.
It is pleasant to take ; children
'.ike it ind ask for more.
We'll aaaA ye ann'a, wee
SCOTT 4 HO W E, a. Peart Sams, Mew f wa.
WE CLOSE SATURDAYS AT P. M.
Extraordinary Reductions for
Thursday's Special Selling.
ever called your attention to. . In rich,
styllKh shade of brown, navy, garnet and
green only. .The beautiful quality, the fine
lustrous finish, makes It one of the most
satlnfartory materials for Jacket, suits,
separata skirts or handaoma tailor-made
pnatumes we have had thla season. M-ln.
wide. Saturday's special price, 4!c a yard.
TINE NECK fURS
for Thursday's Selling.
' We do not even atretch the truth when
we say we are selling the best furs for
little money of any atore In Omaha. Re
member, you are always protected In your
purchases' here no deception, no high
sounding names to mislead no undue In
fluence used In making a aale, everything
plain and above board, as It should be.
FINE 'ALASKA FOX SCARFS-Beautlful
long, silky fur, single skins, ut $15.00 and
Fine Alaska Fox SCARFS, double or
two-skin scarfs, at $26.00, $36.00 and $40.00.
Fine German Fox Scarfs, two skins, at
$10.00 and $16.00.
. Marten Scarfs We hav hundreds of
very One natural marten furs, ranging In
price from $7.50 to $15.00.
River Mink Neck Scarfs at $3.75 each.
had been that the vessel would be hauted
tip on shore to prevent a repetition of the
Kyeshltelni affair and that it would be dis
armed In regular course. Officials hero
Htate that nothing has yet been received
to indicate that there haa been any other
procedure but that the commander will be
governed by local conditions. There Is no
Inclination tq blame, him for taking any
measures that might appear to him to be
General Stoesrel's report has not been
given out, but the Associated Press under
stands that It contains no request for in
structions regarding the surrender of Port
Arthur. It is intimated that the report
goes at considerable length into details of
the recent fierce land fighting, but says
that the Interior line of defense remains
Intact. General Btoessel believes he will be
able to withstand the Japanese assault for
some time to come. The blockade has been
run by a ship with a cargo of war muni
tions, food and hospital supplies. Some
warships In the harbor have been damaged
by shell fire, but not seriously. Many guns
have been removed from the ships and
mounted on shore, where large drafts from
the crews are taking turns In aiding the
garrison in Its historic defense of the
Confirms Report ef Stoesaell's Wonnd.
LONDON, Nov. 1. -According to a dls
putch received here ffam Che Foo from a
news agency Commander Plen of the Rus
sian torpedo boat destroyer Raatorppny,
which reached that port today from Port
Arthur, confirmed the reports that Lieu
tenant General aUessel Is wounded, but
says Oeneral Fock Is quite well. The com
mander added that there were sufficient
supplies of food, ammunition and coal at
Port Arthur to last a year.
Second Division Sails.
LIBAU, Rusxla, Nov. 18. The second di
vision of the Russlsn second Pacific squad
ron sailed today. It consists of the cruis
ers Oleg and Iiumrud, the auxiliary cruis
er Kuban, Terek and Orel; the cruisers
Rion and Dnieper, (formerly the St. Peters
burg and Smolensk), and the torpedo boat
destroyers Llany, Realty, Oromki, Oroxny
and Proxorllvy. The division la expected
to overtake Rear Admiral Voelkersam's di
vision by way of the Sue's canal.
Work Bealna on Siberian Road.
ST. PKTKR8BURG. Nov. 16.-Three hun
dred engineers have already been dis
patched by Prince HllkofT, minister of rail
roads, in connection, will) the preliminary
work of double tracking the Siberian rail
road. Provoked at France.
TOKIO, Nov. 18. The negotiations be
tween Toklo and Paris concerning the al
leged violation by Franc of neutrality In
permltlng ships of the .Russian second Pa-,
clflc squadron to use French harbors con
tinue. Pending their coi.ciuafon the Japa
nese government is silent. Sections of tha
press and public are indulging in some
what aevere criticisms of the actions Cf the
French, but the feeling Is distinctly mor
temperate among the better Japanese who
acknowledge and even sympathise with th
delicate position of France a Russia's ally.
Underlying all Is calmneas concerning the
Russian squadron, produced by confidence
in the ability of the Japanese navy to da
feat the Russlana.
Premier Katsura and Former Minister
Komura conferred lengthily with. the party
leaders today. They discussed the policy of
Japan In Korea and Manchuria prepara
tory to the session of th diet where it is
anticipated the policy of the government
will be distinctly outlined.
rrepare Canal for Warships.
SL'KZ, Nov. 16. The government , haa
summoned a meeting of the consuls an!
haa asked them to inform shipping agent
that during the paaxag through the oanul
of the ships or the Russian second Pa
cific squadron ail vessels proceeding north
ward will be stopped, allowing the Russian
warships free passage and that all vessels
must stringently be ordered to refrain front
throwing anything Into the canal while the
warships are passing and from, engaging
In demonstration of any sort.
4slt( llsy Along the Front.
MUKDUN. Nov. ls.-H ha been genar
ally quiet along the Russian Una today,
varied by occasional artillery eschangea.
There have been fewer aklrmlahes for some
(lays past. Reinforcements continue to ar
rive and on whole regiment wa received
in a single day.
! There is reason to believe that important
developments will transpire shortly and
that possibly there will be heavy fight
ing. There 1 no reliable new from Port Ar
thur. The weather 1 clear and Intensely
cold at night. -
To Cora Cold $ One Day.
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets. -All
druggista refund the money If It fall tc
cure. U. W. drove' signature Is on each
Diseased Asiatic Ar Held.
AN FRANCISCO. Nov. It -Eleven Japa
nese and sis Chinese, who arrived re
cently on the steamer Manchuria, havs
been denied a landing by the United State
IninilKr.nt bureau because they were
a muted with trachoma, a contngious dls
aa of the eyelids. This la the Isrgest
number having thla dire- th.it have ever
arrived here by any una yl.
Bee No. 1, '04.
All our own exclusive styles, made ex
pressly for Thompson, Relden A Co., In
new browns and handsome black.
New Black Silk petticoats at $ 75.
New Colored Silk Petticoats at $3.50.
It is essential to your health that bed
comforts should be filled with pure, clean,
sanitary material, and not with dirty,
worked-over rags or greasy . sweepings! Of
course you agree with us On this point; yet
there are thousands of the latter bed com
forts sold every day.
Is It for the saving of a few cents that
you are willing to inhale the germand
dust-lnden air all night, or is it thought
lessness that makes you buy such stuff?
Why not buy clean bed comforts, arneli
as we handle, clean In and out.
Prices for the ones filled with clean,
sterilised wool, $S.O0, $.1.76, $4.00, '$4.76 and
Prices for the ones filled ' with pure
deodorised down; $4.55. $6.5", ' $7.60. $8.00.
$10.00, $11.00, $16.50 each.
Give us aa opportunity to demonstrate
the superiority of our bed comforts.
WRECK NEAR GRAND RAPIDS
Rar-End Collision of Paneiger Trains on
Far Marqittte Kailroad.
TWO PERSONS ARE INSTANTLY KILLED
Engine of Train for Detroit Plotva
Into Parlor Car on Train for
SaaTlnnw Klne Are In
jured. DETROIT, Nov. 16. Two passenger
were killed and nine or more passengers
and trainmen were Injured in a rear-end
passenger train collision tonight at Elm
dale on the Pere Marquette railroad.
" M. SIMONS. New York City.
J. L. STRKLITZKV, Chicago.
C. I. Splckett, Boston; scalded knee.
R. C. Savoy, Grand Rapids, Mich.; burn
and leg fractured.
Charles. Cuba. N. V.; cuts and burns.
J. L. Smith, Grand Rapids, Mich.; cuts
and burns, not serious.
B. A. 1-anchle, Bay City, Mich.; burns,
Allen Lee. Chicago; slightly Injured.
Express Messenger Watklns, slightly In
jured. Baggageman Bntrford, slightly Injured.
beneen. Grand, Rapids, Mich.; slightly
The collision occurred at Elmdale Junc
tion, two miles east of Grand Raplda
Both trains were eastbound. The Saginaw
train had preceded th Detroit train out
of Grand Raplda by a few minutes and waa
atandtng on a "Y" at Elmdale, where the
Saginaw division branches off from the De
troit division. Through some mistake th
witch was not turned behind the Saginaw
train and the Detroit train also ran onto
the "Y," the Detroit train engine crash
ing Into the parlor car of the Saginaw
train. The passenger killed and injured
were In the parlor of the latter train and
thve trainmen hurt were on the Detroit
No explanation haa been made aa to
where the rexponsibllity Ilea for the fail
ure to turn the switch behind the Saginaw
train when It bad turned from the Detroit
division. Ordinarily there Is twenty min
utes' time between tho two trains, but to
night the' Saginaw 'train 'waa held at brand
Raplda to wait for passengers from a train
on th Chicago division. Through thla
arrangement the Detroit train wa fol
lowing close behind the Saginaw train as
far as Elmdale.
For a persistent Cough, Piso'a Cure for
Consumption is an effectual remedy.
TILL NOON '
Th Slmvlo Dlsh'that Keeps One Via;
oos and Well Fed.
When th Doctor take hi own medicine,
and the grocer eat the food he recom
mend aome confidence come to the ob
server. A grocer of Osslan, Ind., had a practical
experience with food worth anyone at
tention. 11 says: ''Six years ago I became so
weak from stomach snd bowel trouble
that I waa finally compelled torsive up
ail work In my store, and lu fact all sorts
of work, foe about four years. 'J' he last
year I wa confined to the bed nearly all
of the tljne, and much of the time unable
to retain food of any sort on my siomnch.
My bowels were badly constipated con
tinually and, I lost in weight from 165
pounds down to 8 pounds.
"When at the bottom of the laddtr I
changed treatment entirely, and , started,
in on Grape-Nuts and ci sain fur nourish
ment I usd absolutely nothing bu(,ttt.g
for about three ' months. I slowly lm
proved Until I got out of bed and began
to move about.
"I have been improving regularly " and
now In the past two year have lean
working about fifteen hour a da'y in the
tore and never felt betttr in my life. -
"During these two years 1 have' never
missed a breakfast of Grape-Nut and
cream, and often have it two meuls a day,
but th entire breakfast is always mad
of Orspe-Nuts and cream alone.
"Since commencing th ut gf Grape
Nut I have never used anything to stint
ulat th action of the bowels, a thing I
had to do for years, But this food koena
me regular and In fin shape, and 1 am
growing stronger and heavier every day.
"My customers naturally have been In
terested and I am compelled to answer
a great many questions about Grape
Nuts. "'Some people would think that a simple
dish of Grape-Nuts and cream would t ot
carry on through to the noonday meal,
but It will and In the moat vlgoroua
Name given by pott urn Co., Battl Crelc
Look n each package for the famous
itg book. "Ta Uwad to WrtlvUl."
DAILY DEE: THURSDAY.
ONE CHICAGO MAN SEATED
Lata Federation Hat Lifslj Euiion Orer
Standing of Wlnfly City Delegates,
SEVERAL REQUESTS FOR BOYCOTTS FILED
Charges That President Samper and
secretary Morrison Violate Con
stltotlon In Issnln C'tarfor
to Bridge Worker.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18. Ruslness snd
pleasure divided the time of the delegate
.to the Federation of Labor today. In the
forenoon a stormy session was held, In
which a factional fight regarding the seat
ing of John Mangan, a delegate from the
Florista' snd Gardeners' union, among the
Chicago unions ws aired. The question
of the standing of the Chicago Federation
of Labor, recently suspended by the Na
tional Federation, also entered into the
discussion. The credentials committee
failed to report on the flatus of William
Sohardt, president ef the,Chlrago Federa
tion. When a delegate threatened to bring
the matter to a focus and have It threshed
out on the flonr of the convention It waa
aldetracked by making It a apeclal order
of business) for tomorrow morning. It Is
also expected that consideration of the Fell
River situation will be begun at this time.
In the afternoon the delegates took a
car ride about the city as the guests of
the United Railways company and the
National Car Men' union. In the evening
the delegates) were entertained at various
receptions and banquata.
Proceedings In Detail.
At the opening of the session todiiy n tele
egram, which told of the complete failure
of the attempt of the operators to open up
the Fall River mills, waa read to the dele
gates. Th announcement was received
A supplemental report of the committee
on credentials was then submitted and a
fight was made on the floor over fha seat
ing of Delegate John Mangan of Chicago,
who came a a representative of the Gar
denerj' and Florists' union of Chicago.
Delegate Spencer of the United Plumbers'
association of Chicago led the fight against
the seating of Mangan. He alleged that
Mangan was a steamfltter in the employ
of the city of Chicago and that his ex
penses were paid by" the' Steamfltlers' union
of that city. The fight was waged long anl
bitterly, the question of trade autonomy be
ing Involved. As Delegate Man'gan was a
member of a labor organisation which is
under suspension by th American Federa
tion of Labor, It wa argued that it w.iu.d
be illegal to seat him.
This fight was the precursor, of the larger
one to be made In the case of William
Schardt, president of the Chicago Federa
tion of Labor. The latter organization
wa suspended by the American Federation
of Labor because It refused to abide by
th decree relative to th organization hav
ing jurisdiction of th ateamflttera of Chi
cago.' The fight overruled an order to ad
journ' knd all other business of tha con
After a fight of two hours o.n the floor
It was proposed to put the question to a
vote on a roll call. This waa opposed, but
Anally carried. The vote stood 7.862 for
seating Mangan to 7,354 opposed to that ac
tion. After these stirring proceedings the con
vention adjourned until 9 o'clock tomor
row, in order that the 'delegates might
aocept the Invitation of .the . United Rail
way company and. the local street car
men's union ,for a trQlley ride about the
During the afternoon, tne resolution
submitted were coajlered by the various
committees. They -covered a wide variety
of subjects, but nana- was of a sensational
or unexpected character. ' A majority con
cerned subjects of local or state interest.
Rcqnest for Boycott.
The Upholsterers' International union of
America presented a resolution calling for
a boycott upon th furniture manufactur
er of Grand Rapids, Mich., on account of
their action in January, 1904, In refusing
demand for an sight-hour day.
The United Garment Workers, being still
engaged In the struggle w)th the Clothiers'
exchange of Rochester, N. Y., owing to a
refusal to accede to the demand for an
eight-hour day, asked for a reaffirmation
of the condemnation of all products of the
Several delegates drafted resolutions call
ing for the circulation of petitions to be
presented to congress In favor of the Initia
tive and referendum'.
Several resolutions relating to Japsnese
exclusion were Introduced. '
Charge Against Goutpers.
Charge and specification wer filed
against Samuel Gompers. president; Frank
Morrison, secretary, and the executive
council for their action In September, 1903,
in issuing a charter to the Bridge, Stone
and Iron Workers, In violation of th pro
visions of the constitution requiring that
ucb charters shall not b granted without
the consent of the unions In closely allied
The City Firemen's Protective association
of Pittsburg introduced a resolution which
if carried will Instruct the American Fed
eration of Labor to make an effort to or
ganise th fire department throughout the
Norrls Brown, on behalf of the Central
Federated union of New York, Introduced
a resolution asking th American Federa
tion of Labor to take steps regarding th
checking and eradicating of tuberculosis.
C. W. Woodman of, the Texas federation
submitted a resolution asking that a man
be sent Into the lumber regions of Texas
to organize 30,000 wage earners there, now
working under the compulsory commlaton
Insurance check system.
MANY LIVES ARE THREATENED
Defective Insslstlon Believed to Have
Caaaed Bad Blase la
NEW YORK, Nov. 1.-Thr hundred
men and girls, employed in several manu
facturing concerns In a five-story building
on Ihe Bowery, wero thrown Into a panic
by fire today, but by prompt work on the
part of firemen and -volunteer rescusrs, all
wer taken out In safety. The building
was practically destroyed, surface car on
th Bowery and Houston street wer
blocked for half an hour and the uptown
elevated trains for' fifteen minute at th
height of the morning rush.
The Are started in the Central Knitting
mill an tha second floor, probably from
defective Insulation of electrical wires, and
within a few minute the flame wer
sweeping up through the halls to the floors
above. Nesrly all the persons In the
building were employed In a coat factory
on the top floor, and a moment after the
smoke and flames poured up through th
hall th fir escapes on th Bowery side
of th building were choked by crowd of
frenzied men And women. Stairways wer
Irnpassabl and the small fir escapes wer
taxed fsr beyond their capacity. '
Before the firemen arrived the flames
acre shooting out of the front windows
and making a biasing wall, suTaclent to
cut off those abovs the second floor.
Th position of the men and woman on
th fir escapee ws becoming more and
mgr desperate every moment, when long
Isdders, which cleared the well of flam
below, wer run up to th rescue. Then,
NOVEMBER IT, 1004.
under the direction of firemen nd volun
teer, the frightened men were brought
sfy to the ground. Msny women on
the third floor who were out of resch of
the Isdders were taken across a narrow
areaway to an adjoining building on liv
ing chain formed by firemen. A few
minutes lator th upper psrt of the build
Ins wss s sea of fire and before the flames
were subdued the building was practically
W. C. P. BRECKENR1DGE IS ILL
Former Congressman frnm Kcnlncky
Stricken with Pnrslysla In Ills
Office at Lelnrton.
LEXINGTON. Ky., Nov. l.-Colonel W.
C. P. Hrerkenrldge, former congressman
from the Ashland. Ky., district for ten
year and one of th best known orators
In Ihe south was stricken with paralysis
at his law office this morning and In se
Some weeks an, while In Marquette.
Mich., trying a low case, Colonel Brecken
rldge contracted a severe cold and upon
his return to Iextngton suffered the sec
ond attack of Illness of his life. He never had
fully recovered from that Illness and had
attended to little business, though going
to his office every morning for the pHst
Todsy, while seated at his desk, he was
stricken with paralysis. His stenographer
hurriedly summoned his son. Desha Breck
enrldge, publisher of the Lexington Herald,
and physicians. They worked over Colonel
Breckenrldge in his office for seversl hours
after which he, was removed In an ambu
lance to his .residence. An examination by
physicians showed the right side paralyzed.
Tonight he Is slightly Improved, though
he Is not yet able to speak. Physicians
pronounce his condition serious, but not
Immediately critical. Should he suffer an
other paralytic stroke, however. It Is feared
the result would prove fatal. Colonel Breck
enrldge Is W years old.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Considerable Increase Is Known In
Pnst Week In the Market
In; of Haas.
CINCINNATI. O., Nov. 16-(8pelal Tel
egram.) Price Current says: There Is
continued tendency to enlargement In cur
rent offerings of hogs with, numbers gain
ing In comparison with last year's total.
Western packing was 615,0(10 compared with
440,000 for the preceding week and ItO.O'X)
last year. Sine November 1 the total Is
1,030,000 against 896,000 a year ago. Promi
nent places compare as follows:
Places. 1904. 1905.
Chicago J90.0UO 260 tOi)
Kansas City 125. (0 80.000
South Omaha 70.000 65.000
8t. Louis 90.000 65.000
St. Joseph 68.000 68.000
Indianapolis 61.000 68.000
Milwaukee 33.000 f.'.OOO
Cincinnati 35,000 23 000
Ottumwa 20.000 22.0im
Cedar Raplda 17,000 15,CuO
Sioux City 3,000 22,000
St. Paul 37.O0O 30,00
CHICAGO MAN GETS DESPERATE
shoots at Wife nnd Child In Court
and Then Commits
CHICAGO. Nov. 16 While helng ar
raigned In court today Charles Shyok, a
saloon keeper, fired a revolver several timet
at his wife and child and then committed
suicide. The child was wounded, but not
seriously. During the shooting Mrs. Shyok
fell unconscious and was thought to have
been killed. She, however, had only fainted.
When the wonian revived her husband lay
dead and the court room was In wild con
fusion. The diaries on which Shyok-waa-being
tried related to a family disturbance. '
GEORGE GOULD SHOOTS A MAN
Accidentally Pnta Out Bye of Attend
ant While Hontlna-, and Bends
Him Bnst for Treatment.
RALEIGH. N. C, Nov. 16-Whlie eGorge
Gould was shooting birds near Hlghpoint,
this state today, he accidentally shot Ed
ward Burns, an attendant. Several of the
hot entered Hums' eye. A specialist of
Greensboro say there was small chance of
saving the eye, and Mr. Oould at once sent
the man to New Yprk, where eminent ocu
lists will be told to spare nothing that
science and skill can effect to save Burns'
Fatally Hnrt by Horse.
SCOTTS BLUFF, Neb,, Nov, 18. (Special
Telegram.) Charley, the young son of
Grant L. Shumway, a prominent citizen,
was kicked today by a horse and his skull
fractured. His injury will undoubtedly
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tartar accumulation, II should ba removed
at one by your dentist and thereafter pre
vented by th us of
and it complement, SOZODONT Liquid.
The Powder Is slightly abrasive, la abso
lutely fre from frit and acid, and Is just
th thlnf for those who hav an Inclination
for th niceties of vry-day llf.
1 FORMS i LIQUID, POWDER, PASTE.
IN EVERY TOWN TO SELL OUR NEW SATURDAY BEE.
It contains 18 pact's of special magazine features, including
J0 colored pages with HUHTEK HHOWX COMICS, altogether 34
pages, and U a big seller everywhere on Saturday afternoon, when
the farmers are in town.
We will send any boy the first 10 COPIES FHEK.
Four week ago we went Clifford Hans, (lerniantown. Nek.
10 free copies and he is now Belling 30 copies every Sat unlay
aXternoon, from which he gets (50 cents profit. You can do as
well if you try.
For full particular, write to
The Omaha Bee
FAREWELL TO LIBERTY BELL
Bolio cf Eefolutionarj Wat i On Way
Back to Philadelphia,
NtXT VICt PRESIDENT MAKES SPEECH
enntor Falrbnn Talk of Llbcrly
and the Belt at Closing? F.srr
clses at th World's
' Fair Uronads.
ST LOUIS. Nov. l.-8peclal farewell e
ercises In honor of the liberty bell, which
for several months past had been on ex
hibit in the Pennsylvania building at the
World-a fair, were held today, at me con
cluelon of which the honored relic was
.i.rted on Its trio back to rnuaoeipnia
An Immense throng of World fair sight
seers attended the exercises, crowding the
space sround the bell In the rotunda of
the Pennsylvania building, on me ier-
r,p. nd st.-DS of the other stsie ouua
Ings thousands of others hsd assembled to
see the deosrture of the bell.
Mavnr John Weaver of -Philadelphia,
Mayor Wells of St. Louis. President Francis
of the exposition. Chairman Henry Clay of
the Koeclal liberty bell committee irom
Philadelphia, Vice President-elect Charles
W. Fairbanks and Hon. Joseph cannon,
speaker of the national house of repre
sentatives, made addresses.
Senator Fairbanks Talks.
In the course of his remarks, which
were cheered to the echo, Mr. Fairbanks
"You may take, this bell back to Phlla-
delphia, but It Is at home wherever the
Stars and Stripes fly. One million men
would gladly shoulder muskets and go to
the field of battle to preserve It to pos
terity. How I wish our forefathers could
be here to gaze on this majestic spectacle,
the like of which I hav never witnessed
anywhere. The present exposition is a
grest undertaking and Its success has been
the wonderment of the world.
"I would feel neglcotful of my duty l I
failed to say a few words alout this great
emblem of freedom. May we all leave
here with ths highest respect for American
citizenship and with the firm rcsclve, re
gardless of politics, to preserve the senti
ments which the bell ha voiced."
Speaker Cannon spoke breily. Ha ald In
part: "The bell stands for free men snd
women, as the cross doe for Chrlitlmtlty
At the conclusion of th tddr ernes the
band played 'The Star Spangled Banner"
and "Dixie" and the bell was taken from
th building to a heavy truck. As thl wa
being done the assemblsge stood In silence
with bared heads.
A battalion of the Philippine constabu
lary, headed by their band, escorted the
bcil to the west end of the Palace of
Transportation, where th preelou rello
was placed on hoard a special car for
transportation to Phlladelpnla.
Forty council men accompanied Ihe bfll
on Its Journey home. Twenty stops en
route to Philadelphia will be mode to
enable school children an opportunity to
see the bell.
Celebrate Twin City Day.
ST. LOflS. Nov. 18. St. Paul and Mlnne
spoils today celebrated Twin City day at
the exposition. The day's ceremonies In
eluded an official call upon President Fran
ols In the Administration building by
Mayor J. C. Haynes of Minneapolis. Hon.
B. H. Strlver, representing Mayor Robert
A. Smith, of St. Paul, and the Joint com
mlttee appointed by the Commercial club
of the two cities.
Exercises were held at the Twin City
building on Model street, where addresses
were mads by President D. R. Francis
of the exposition, President Conde Hamlin
of the Minnesota State commission, Presi
dent David Tv Jones of th Twin City com
mission, Mayor J. C. Haynes and Hon. B.
The. International Brotherhood of Main
tenance of Way Employes, In convention
hsre, has voted to do sway with the strike
benefit fund on the principle that working
men should not be paid while on strike,
The action was the result of an amendment
suggested by the executive ooard. which
passed on the report of the committee on
law. This committee recommended that a
permanent strike fund be oreated.
Vice President-elect Charles F. Fair
banks began his second day's sightseeing
at the World's fair at an early hour. After
visiting several of the great exhibit pal
aces, Mr. Fairbanks attended the farewell
exercises for the Liberty bell at the Penn-
None Better. Madt. Nom Better Knows.
Klbbla euallty la
be a reve
ty It s h
. fall and
sylvsnia state pavilion. He made a ssnpt. ,.
aJ.lre-5 there and then In a carrhise. wltiv !
Pre.titnt Francis of the extolttm. ami
Hon. Joseph t.innon, speaker of tie l'.nj.p
of representatives, rode to the I hl ipplne
reservation. A drill by the eor.euliuUt y
wss wltnero..l and t lie various vriages li
the reservation were vitltnl.
Social and business con
ditions among the ATtri
csn people are su:hiti
Contantly enlarg; th
general debllitv class -l
S'ltterers which injurs
those who I n v a riaMy
reply to health quene-,
"that they r all run
To meet the nee Is of
this growing army ol U
wi prfpareJ from pre
scriptions furnished bv
the most eminent physi
cians In the worll It
Immediate relief, nJ to build up and make
strong snd well sufferers of this character.
Try it yourself if you are In neeJ, or If not,
It would be a humane act to recommend it
to some sufferer that you may know.
Freauently the liver is
responsible for the de
spondency and bsd feel
ing which cames tinder
th head of general debil
ity. So that you can
make assurance of cure
doubly sure by taking
tn alternation with the
General Debility Cure.
A lew days even ona
day's trial of these
remedies will convince
you of their great worth
In the cure of the ail
Munyon's. Remedies a
separate cure for each
disease "or sale every
Munyon's Witch Hazel Soap and
Toilet Preparations the finest mad.
A SKIN OP BEAUTY 13 A JOY FOREVER, ,
VR. T. FBI. IX OOtTRAUD'H O It I IB NT A T-
1 CKEAM, OR M AUIOAIj BEAUTiriEK
Removei Tn, Plmrlei.Frerkle.
AUwMtf, end iTrry hltmltb
on ueutr. ani
liAfl atootl th teik
of Myelin, and la
eo barmlaia w
taate It lo b lure
it la prnrrlT mat a.
Aecept no cuiintar
felt ef itmllar .
Dame. lr. L. A.
BaTra aai1 to a
lady of tlit haut- -
ion (a iuenwi
A row lad lea
Win ul mem, I
M th ltast harmful of all tne ckln pranarattona.
For aala bj all I'mmUU and Fans? Good Ixalera
la lha U. S.. fana.laa. and i'.arepa.
FIRD. T. HOPKINS, Prap'r. 17 firtat Jon St.. H. fc
A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN.
Fully halt her ebanna Ilea la lb glory
i her fialr. Tb
imperial Hair Regenerator
la reaponalhl for moat of the beautiful '
eharfeA of hair yon ace UMlay. It la ahao
Intel? harnileaa, easily aiiplled.g)lnvaln.
,abl lor Beard and Atnataaohi'T Sample
of hair colored fre. Mead for Pamphlet,
laMrlICatj.M,,.c W.MSt,Nc Vara -
Sharmta A HoCoanill Df tig Q. I6tfe podfa U.
and steady sewing 1 are hard
on the hands is no reason why
a house worker should have hard,
stained, unlovely onzs, or why a
seamstress should be disfigured
by roughened fingers. HAND
SAPOLIO will gently remove
the loosened cuticle and impart
strength to the new skin below.
la laUreitM "i noma mow
loom m woainm
MARVEL Whirling Spray
I Tha new tatiul Oj'Ht- 'V
. kM Ai-it. RH-8af.
Moai i on. anient.
ate vaar 'rwiln jr a.
If ha rannot tupplf the
Mint at.. ori,t no
nlhsr. but anfl uainll fa
ttill nrti.iilkr Arui rill M4l.n til -
valuable to ladiet MIKILlO
41 Park atw. Ban 1 ark.
For aale by
SOHAEFER'S DRUG STORES, lith ana
Chicaa-o at.; 80. Oman win ana
Council Bluff, (th And Mala U.
KVUN A CO.. 15th and Doualaa itreet.
Caa Bif for aaaatumt
Irrtlatieaa vr alcaratloaa)
f at a aa a anaaioraaaa.
PalalaH, aad at aatrln.
a aat ar aoiaova.
nail by arna
r aani la alaia wrappa
t aiaraM. araaaid, M
1 a, or ihoitl.2 .
tlueuiar aaaa ' leaaaaV
TOMGHT "il-l Children 'Oe..
P-t-ea. lOo. the. Vic.
tt.MJAV, MO-W1AV AMI IIKMUtt
T...I IfluRHrlY IN
M tCDM-OSHA V MA't:bJ AM J MillT
Th Utarbarn Thtaltr Co,
fraaent the aiuoi't-.af ul Muali'al (,'umvily
THE FORBIDDEN LAND.
T)IH I Hii
The Oreiitiat of ull M'l"'i'i"im
HER FIRST FALSE STEP
aaa "On the UrlUa at M!Ullit.M
M la 1 uaan.
M M QaaraattMa U
van J ai ta tuittara.
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