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WE CLOSE ALL DAY THURSDAY THANKSGIVING DAY.
Y. M. C A. Buildinf. Corner Sixteenth and Douglas Streets.
front portion of the house, except two small
aide windows, are also ahattered. These
two are on each side of a large window
which la completely demolished.
Tha Thomas home la a small atory and
half frame, located on lot two or three
feet above grade, and la In a rather
Isolated neighborhood. Tha nearest house
to the exposed side where the explosion
occurred is across the street. At 2 o'clock
In the morning, of course, all the people
In that neighborhood, a purely residence
district, were sound asleep. No one aaw
tha person or persons who plaoed the bomb
on the porch, and the movement that at
tracted the attention of Mrs. Thomas prob
ably would have pamed unnoticed were It
not that her state of health- made her un
There' waa ample avenue of escape In
several directions, as that section la but
sparsely built up, and whlla tome clue may
be picked up when daylight givea oppor
tunity for dose Investigation of the
grounds, tt seems hardly likely. The das
tards who perpetrated the outrage could
not very well have found circumstances
more favorable for their nefarious deed.
Whsn the report of the explosion reatheJ
police headquarter frcm at.me ptrson who
telephoned In from the neighborhood of
Forty-seventh street. Captain Mostyn or
dered the patrol and emergency wagons to
the scene. He went out In tl patrol
wagon himself, taking along Sergeant Cook
and Dr. McPherson of the city .physician's
staff. Detectives Donahue and He.tfeld
were rushed to the scene1 In the emergency
wagon. They had heard the explosion
while at Douglas and Thirteenth streets
and various other people who were on tha
street down towi also heard the sound of
the explosion distinctly. '
POLICES AT WORK ON THE CASK
Chief Assures Thomas Aid Laviter
Ascribes Deed to Knemlea.
Chief of Police Donahue and Chief of
Detectives Dunn visited the Thomas home
yesterday, but gained no tangible clew
with which to work on the case. Practically
every vestige of the destructive instrument
that wrecked the home has disappeared.
Chief Dunn picked up a few pieces of paste
board that looked much like that used In
bomba, but In the main the police officials
say they are up against a stiff proposition.
Extraordinary efforts, however, are being
made to apprehend the .guilty party or
parties. Detectives Drumrhy. Maloney,
Patullo and McDonald are devotinz their
entire attention to the case, while the en-
Jugge of the Natal Supreme
Court, Sends ths Following .
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(Judge of the Natal Supreme Cout
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Be. Nov. tX 1
the police and detective departments are
giving the affair Uielr attention.
Mrs. Thomas has recovered from her
Mr. Thomas Wctated this statement re
garding the outrage:
"I believe this was Inspired by people the
Civic federation has b.-n fighting. I have
kept my temper In this campaign against
the forces of evil, but am now beginning
to get a little angry. They may get me
I am only one man but there will be
others to take up the fight. I think this
act will have the effect of creating a senti
ment In favor of the Civic foderation rather
han deterging- that body from the accom
pllshment of the objects which caused Its
"So far as I am Individually concerned, I
feel I had a narrow escape from death,
but the only effect It can have on my future
conduct will bo to make the battle stronger
than It has ever been. We are going to
carry this fight on and put the forces of
evil out of business In this city. The laws
will be enforced, whether the men In office
want to enforce them or not. I already
have hnd expressions of very universal
sympathy, and I know the Civic federation
will carry this fight forward until we meet
with entire success If this gang of thieves
thinks It ran Intimidate me It is mistaken;
it has tackled the wrong proposition.''"
Chief Assort Thomas Aid.
Mr. Thomas and Chief Donahue had a
cordial meeting at the former's home and
together they talked over the case. The
chief assured Mr. Thomas that nothing the
police department could do would be left
undone to run down the case.
Mr. Thomas is directing a fore of car
penters in the work of repairing the dam
aged house. Visitors have been coming
and going all day and conveying expres
sions of sympathy to the members of the
Thomas household. The detectives are
making a thorough house to house canvass
In every direction of the Thomas house,
with the hope of gaining at least some
scintilla of evidence on which to work.
The only person who thinks she saw the
man who placed the bomb la a Mrs. Lic
hen, living at Forty-fourth and Farnam
streets. She reports she was awakened by
the sound of thn explosion an!, going to
her front door, saw a man wearing a long,
black overcoat, running at top speed across
her lot In a southwesterly direction.
Tn ldeft of putting hounds on th trnll
has been suggested, but was deemed Inad
visable on account of the many footprints
that have covered the Thomas yard since
the time of the explosion.
Statement by the Chief.
Chief of Police Donahue had this to say
In regard to the act:
"It la the worst thing that has happened
In Omaha for a long time, coming particu
larly at this time, when I am under
charges. Borne Insane anarchist must have
done the deed. The act can help no cause
and the man who did the terrible thing
could In no sense be a friend of any cle
ment being fought by the Civic Federation.
I have never hnd any personal feeling to
ward Mr. Thomas. We have never had a
harsh word between vs. So far as the po
lice department 4s concerned, extraordinary
efforts are being put forth to bring the
guilty ones to justice and the case will be
followed up vigorously. We realize we are
up against a stiff proportion, but with the
little evidence we have we will do our best
to apprehend the man or men who did the
Mayor Moores, who waa In consultation
with the chief part of the morning, said he
could scarcely find word with which to
express his surprise that auch a thing
could happen in so civilized a community
A few of the neighbor near the Thomas
home have suggested the forming of a vig
LAWYERS DENOrSCE THIS ATROCITY
Omaha Bar Association Condemns D ) -smiting-
of Thomas Home.
At a special meeting of about fifty mem
bers of the Omaha Bar association yester
day 1 afternoon In court room No. 1 this
resolution was adopted by a unanimous
vote: ' -
In view of the criminal attempt made last
night on the life and family of Elmer E.
Thomas, a member of this association, at
a lime when he Is engaged In the practice
of his profession, be It
Resolved,- That this association de
nounces this apparent attempt at Intimida
tion and expresses its confidence In Mr.
Thomas and pledges him its sympathy and
Resolved, That the president of this as
sociation appoint a committee of ten, which
committee shall be empowered to take such
action In regard to said matter aa the com
mittee may deem advisable.
In addition, President Bwltsler. was di
rected to appoint representatives of the
association for the. mass meeting Friday
night In the Auditorium and a resolution
waa adopted calling upon the Board of
County Commissioners to offer a substan
tial reward for the arrest of the persons
who attempted the crime. T. J. Mahoney
said three members of the board bad as
sured him such a reward would be offered.
but that no action can be taken until the
chairman returns In about a week,
The meeting was called by twtnty. three
lawyers. F. A. Brogan spoke of the atrocity
of the outrage and advised prudence In
action and language. T. J. Mahoney, chair
man of the executive committee of the
Clvio. Federation, eulogised Mr, Thomas
and declared" the attempted crime more
virulent than the Cudahy kidnaping. He
denounced Individuals who had sought on
the very morning of the outrage to cast
aspersion on the-victim by Insinuating that
he had caused the bomb to be placed te
wreck his house In order to excite sym
pathy for his cause. He declared Thomas
was engaged In a laudable enterprise.
F. A. .Brogan presented the resolutions
and urged their adoption. President Bwits
ler stated that he would name the commit
tee of ten today and announce It.
President Bwltxler, in a brief talk, said
Jwy Rense'T.W tb Full Jf
the outrase struck at the very root of the
legal profession and urged that Mr. Thomas
be given not only morsl but personal sup
port from his associates.
John O. Teiser suggested that names of
lawyers who were willing to assist Mi.
Thomas In the cause he had undertaken
be spirited, letting the latter choose whom
he wished from the list. This matter was
referred to the committee.
MASS MEETI TO CODKMS ACT
rablle Gathering Called by Civic
This notice of the calling of a mass
meeting was Issued yesterday:
Uecnuse oflils energrtic, persistent and
Indef.'itlcable efforts In behalf of the en
forcement of the law and the suppresslun
of crime In this community, a cruel and
infamous attempt whs made In the early
morning of November 22, 1I, upon the Hie
of Klmer E. Thomas and the lives of the
member of his family. An explosive bomb
with lighted fuse was planted upon his
porch in the di-ud of niaht, producing on
explosion which wrecked his home anil
which was undoubtedly Intended to result
In murder. As this crime ran be accounted
for In no other way except as nn ffTort to
drstroy Mr. Thomas because of the work
In which he has been engaged In behalf of
decency and koo1 order, the Civic Federa
tion has railed and arranged for a mass
meeting of the citizens of Omaha, to be
held U the auditorium at S p. m. Friday,
November 25. The governor of the state
will he Invited to be present at this meet
ing, and all good rlttzens of Omaha who
detest crime and the methods thHt have
been resorted to for the protection of crime
and criminals are Invited to attend, this
meeting for the purpose of giving expres
sion to their abhorrence of the daatardly
OMAHA CIVIC FEDERATION,
By T. J. Mahoney, Chairman of Executive
LIQIOR DK 4 1. Kit. OFFER REWARD
Will Give One Thnaaand Dollars for
At a special meeting of the executive
board of the Omaha Retail Liquor Dealers'
association, held In Continental hall. Fif
teenth and Douglns streets, the following
resolution was passed by a unanimous
Whereas, Local newspaper reports are to
the fleet that an attempt whs made by
parties unknown to destroy the residence
or h,. K. I nomas, attornev for an organiza
tion known as the Civic Federation, located
at Douglas street, by the explosion of
a dynamlto bomb, nt an early hour Tues
day. November 22, 1!4; therefore be It
Resolved, That such an occurrence In a
law-abiding community and in a metro
politan city maintaining a well organized
and well disciplined police force, is deplored
by all law-abiding citizens
Repolved. further, by the officers and
members of this board, as loval representa
tives of the Omaha Retail Liquor Dealers'
pssociatlon. That a reward of H.nOO be of
fered by the said association for the arrest
and conviction of the party or parties who
placed and caused the explosion of the
death dealing instrument on the front
porch of Mr. E. E. Thomas' residence, or
any of the accessories to this Infamous
OEOnOE C. FARMFR. President.
WILLIAM MALONEY. Secretary.
Henry Keating, secretary of the Nebraska
Retail Liquor Dealers' association, and C.
E. Fields, editor of the Protector, are cor
responding with other members of the ex
ecutive board with a view to securing an
offer of a similar reward from that or
ganization for the apprehension of the cul
prit, with every Indication that their ef
forts will be successful.
ACCIUKXT AT THK A M A N A COLOSV
Two Men and a Roy Injured by Gaso
MARENGO, Nov. 22. (Special.) By an
explosion of gas at Amana Fridny evening
two men and a boy were seriously hurt.
and one will probably die. The Amana
colony keeps secret all puch happenings
and the affair hua just leaked out. ..
Friday evening at about 6 o'clock ' the
men working with a gasoline engine in
Weat Amana. noticed that the gasoline was
not working right aild two men and two
boys went Into the room to see what the
trouble was. One of the men on opening
the door sold: "It is too dark here; get a
The Instant a lamp was lighted there was
a terrible explosion and one of the men
and the two boys were thrown out of doors
all on fire. The other man waa also on
fire and was thrown under the engine. The
victims' are suffering Intensely and, while
It Is thought that three will live. It Is as
sured that one of the boys must die.
Court at Loksu,
LOGAN, la., Nov. 22. (Special.) This
morning at 10 o'clock ttu November term
of the Harrison county district court con
vened at the court houxe here with Judge
O. D. Wheeler of Council Bluffs presiding.
The docket contains 2C0 cases equity, 65;
law, 116; prohate, 55; criminal, 24. The
grand Jury has convened and Is' as follows:
G. L. Chapmun, Harrison; J. J. Rink,
Washington; S. M Blackman, Boyer; F.
M. Terry, Little Sioux; J. K. McGavern,
Missouri Valley; Sidney Pitt, sr.. Case; Wr
H. Wood Jefferson; J. L. McClannahan,
Morgan; R. J. Miller, Union; P. R. Mullen,
LaQrange; I. G. Hammer, Taylor; W. W.
Forty-EUht Years In Cab.
IOWA CITY. Nov. 22. (Speclul.)-For
forty-eight years an engineer on the Rock
Island railroad and the man at the throttle
of the first locomotive that went through
Iowa City for the west Is the remarkable
record of E. C. Davis of Rock Island, who
Is still an engineer on this division and
still nt his post in the cab of a passenger
locomotive. It Is believed that this re
markable record Is not equalled by any
other engineer in the west. Mr. Davis,
first run was on the old Iowa City & Dav
enport' railroad, built in 1856, which wal
later sold to the Rock Islund system.
Iowa Banker la Arrested. -
CHICAGO, Nov. 22. August Beautheln,
former cashier of the New Liberty bank at
New Liberty, la., was arrested here today.
Beautheln ts charged with the embezzle
ment Of .60,000.
WOODBINE, U., Nov. 22.-(Speclal.) Ar.
thur Skelton of Missouri Valley, son of
John L. Skelton, ex-county sheriff, was
united In marriage to Lillian Derry of this
place last night at the home of the bride's
father, G. N. Derry, local pastor of the
Later Day Saints church. Mr. Skelton la
In the employ of the Chicago & Northwest
ern railway at Missouri Valley, and at that
place the young couple will reside.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Nor. 21 (Spe
cial.) At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Leonard, in this city
this evening occurred the marriage of tlvejr
daughter, Mary Alberta, to Jay E. Wor
ley of Elmwood. The ceremony was by
Cannon H. B. Burgess.
Faaeral ot lira. Jaha Toman.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Nov. (Spe-
clal-The funeral services over the re
mains of Mrs. John Toman, aged 66 years,
were held In the Bohemian Catholic church
thta afternoon, and were conducted by Rev.
Joseph Bartek. The deceased was born in
Moravia, Europe, and with her family came
to America In lt77, and has since resided
here.. Besides a husband, she' leaves eight
ehlldren, Mrs. Emma Hlher, Antone, Frank,
Josephine, Joseph, Edward,' John and Julius
Rear Admiral Bartlelt.
ST. LOl'IS, Nov. 22,-Rear Admiral John
Russell Bartlett, V. , 8. N-, retired,
of Providence. R. I., died here toduy
at tba Marias hopltl from ' pneumonia.
Admiral arUstt cams to Bu T""i sav,
IN THE LEGISLATURE
"Till Massachusetts ligisliton is Bought
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for Deeeniber, just published. Mr. Law
Hon tells of the wholesale buying and
selling of senator and representatives
In the great commonwealth of Mnssa
elniKettx, whleh eiilminnted In the sudden
and mysterious dlKapinrance of a Bos
ton lawyer and his secretary.
As back numbers of Everybody's Mag
azine are out of print, the previous chap
ters of Mr. Lawson's "Frenzied Finance"
contained In the numbers fronia .Inly
to November inclusive are republished
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i22So. 15th St. 'Phone 5m.
eral, weeks ago to examine the United
States steamboat Inspection service, to
which he had been detailed by President
FIGHT AT ZEIGLER MINES
Barricade Fired l'on from Ambush
and a Xombrr of Men Are
ST. LOI'18. Nov. 22. A special to the
Post Dispatch from Duquoin, 111., says
thirty shots were fired from ambush about
noon today over the mine barricade In
Zeigler. Nothing further thnn this can be
learned, the men ' there refusing to give
details. It Is believed by the Illinois Cen
tral- railroad employs, whq Were dplns
switching there at Uretlme, (hat number
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BOSTON, Nov. 22. The new United Btates
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trial trip over the Cape Ann course. The
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Virginia and Colorado,' must obtain an a v.
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WIDOW MAY GO ON STAND
Mrs. "Oteesr" Ysnng Expected to Testify
in San Patterson Case.
STILL LOOKING FOR J.. MORGAN SMITH
Mlaalna; Witness In lax la Jtet Ue
sired hy tlrrenae hlefc Does
Sot Know Where
NEW TORK. Nov. ill-Search for a mus
ing witness who formerly has eluded the
detectives of . the district attorney s office
end the possibility that one of the central
Hgures in the case the deal man's widow
would appear before the Jury and tell her
story, were the points of special interest
today when the trial of Nan Patterson for
ihe alleged murder of Caesar Toung was
resumed. In outlining his cas yesterday
Assistant District Attorney Rand Informed
the Jury that the prosecution, after month
tif endeavor, had been unsuccessful In lo
cating J. Morgan Smith, who, he claimed,
purchased th revolver with which Young
was killed. He hoped, however, th.it
itnlth would be brought forward ly the
iefense 'at the proper time. Later in the
lay Miss Patterson's counsel, Mr. Levy,
;aid the defense had no Intention of pro
Defense Does Set : Want, Him.
'If the prosecution wants Smith as a
A-lrness they have got to find him. We
re having our own troubles with the de
.ense and are not going out of our way
J help the people supply the rents In their
alTlc of evidence,". Mr. Levy said. Ho
dso said he did not know where Smith
till his wife were nor would he take any
..rouble to discover their whereabouts.
Following the announcement. It was said
that the district attorney's office renewed
is search for the missing witness, with the
tope of locating him and compelling him to
ippear In court before It was too late.
Only the announcement that the cWend-
U herself would go on the stand and tell
it her acquaintance with Young could
mvi created more public Interest than the
eport that the dead bookmaker's widow
night appear In the case. Since the dny
ier husband died Mrs. Young has remained
.1 seclusion, except when she called at tha
:istrlct attorney's office and testified before
he grand Jury. During the trial she has
ot appeared In the court room, hut It is
aid she has followed all the proceedings
rom an ff""lnlnc "-"'ttv
Hark Driver Testifies.
Frederick D. Michaels, who was driving
the hansom cab In which Young was shot,
said the first he knew of any trouble In the
cab was when he heard the sound of a pis
tol shot and his startled hurse sprang for
ward. A moment later Miss Patterson
opened the trap and told him to drhe to
a drug store. He followed her in; truc(io:is
without making any investigation, and did
not look inside the cab when the drug
cleric refused to treat the injured pian
and ordered him taken to a hospital With
all speed. ' '
Michaels said he picked up Young nnd
Miss Patterson at the circle at F.f:y-nlnth
street and Broadway on the rmrnlng of
June 4, and Young ordered him to drhe to
a hat store. Young ct.me out of the store
wearing a new hat and they continued on
downtown and stopped at a saloon on the
corner of Bleecker street and West Broad
way, The man ana the woman went into
the place and remained there for several
minutes. When they came out they got
into the cab and he drove downtown alo.ig
West Broadway. Neither of them showed
signs of liquor.
The man told him to drive rapld'y", as he
had to be at the pier at the foot of Fulton
street at 9 o'clock. They had Just passed
Canal street when he heard the platol shot,
and Ms horse sprang forward suddenly. A
moment later Miss Patterson rat ed the lid
in the roof of the cab and told him to
drive to a drug store. When they reached
the drug store the clerk stepped up to the
cab and looked In and then told him to
drive at once to it hospital. At Franklin
street a policeman Jumped on fhe front of
the cab. He then drove to the Hudson
On cross-examination Michaels said that
when Mlfs Patterson raided the trap anl
told him to drive to the drug store she
"spoke scared like."
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FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Today In Nebraska, Colder In
North Portion Tomorrow
WASHINGTON. Nov. 22.-Forecast of the
weather for Wedned;iy and Thursday:
For Nebraska Fa If Wednesday and colder
In north portion: Thursday fair.
For Missouri Fair Wednesday and Thurs
day. For Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesday;
Thursday fair nnd colder. .
For Kansas Fair Wednesday and Thurs
day. For South Dakota Wednesday fair and
colder; Thursday fair.'
For Colorado and W'yomlna; Fair Wednes;
day and Thursday. . . ! '
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, Nov. Ofllcial record of tem
perdture and prei lpltHliun. compared with
j the corresponding day of the last three
Maximum temperature... to 63 ts IIS
.Minimum temperature ... 39 31 35 30
Mean temperature 4H 42 41! 31
Precipitation 00 .OU .00 T
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day, since March 1:
Normal temperature 32
Kxcess for the day it)
Total excess since March 1 40
Normal precipitation 0.1 Inch
Deficiency for the day 03 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 ....24.19 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 4.77 Inches
Excess for cor. period, 1903 2.99 inches
Deficiency for cor period, 19u2... 2.10 inches
Reports from Stations at T p. tn.
Statlon nnd State ture pera- Raln-
of Weather. at 7 p.m. tuie. fall.
Omaha, cloudy B7 68 .00
Valmitlne, part cloudy '. . 66 64 .00
North Platte, part cloudy, 48 60 . 00
Cheyenne, cloudy 66 62 .00
Bait Lake, clear ... 4 6.' .00
Rapid City, cloud 60 6S .00
Huron, cloudy 46 66 .00
Willlston, clear"'.. 65' 62 ' T
Chicago,, part cloudy .... 62 66 .00 j
(St. Louis, part cloudy... 60 62 .00
St. PhuI, part cloudy.... 42 60 .00
Davenport, part cloudy ..60 58 .00
Kansas city, cloudy .... 60 6X .iw
Havre, clear 48 60 . 00
Helena, clear 46 48 T
Bismarck, clear 42 60 .00
Oalvexton, clear 62 68 . 00
T lndicutes trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Turkeys II lull In CblcnKO.
CHICAGO, Nov. 22. Alleged scarcity of
live turkeys in the market here and In
creased demand with the approach of
Thanksgiving sent prices for the birds to
day soaring. Quotations were 4ff7oo above
yesterday s figures. Denlers asked ihti'Lie
for live and aMj'-Sc for dretiSed turkeys
and claimed not to have enough on hand
to Supply the demand.
of this coupon.
to fne tihausttd.
For the well to keep
well -for the con
valescent to yet well
Builds Firm,! Healthy Solid
i i .
tas Sean aaaS b kMatng aetraaaae an 4 atSva
ho know tha valaa ot a baavtirul complaiioa.
la roaadoS flrnra. It will poaltlvaly Ituii
Halm, PRODUCE HBALTHY riKSH aa tha
laoa, neck anS arma. Ailing all Sollow plaoea.
adding graoa, curve and saautr. it la aoal
tlT.ly tha or If praparatlon ia tha world that
III DCVRLOP THI HVCT and gny tha bra.it.
Ira, full aas arnimatrtaal. it b.a n.var lail.4
ta aaoamsUah tola raauit, ant anij for tha sa
ilatf lad, tha actma ant tba mald.a, bat lor
Iba aiathar .so anrortunau aa to lasa bar sat
aral boaom through noralng.
WRINKLES about tha mouth, araa and tBoas
at tha lorahaad dlaappaar aa br mafia, laavlng
t kin t.itura firm and el.ar.
FACIAL, SAOOINO, tha great baantr drstrorar
af mlddla Mr, la alao oorrart.d br thli Plaab
food Oa aale at all Dcpartraant Stores and
Oar following llbarai attar puts tt within tha
BPBC1ALOPPER: FIH Oa. Boi tit Book,
raaoh ot .vary puna. Tba ragular prloa ot Dr.
Charla flrah Pood la ooa dollar box, but II
you will aand aa II wa will aand rou two (!)
boxaa In plain wrappar, alao aur book. "ART
OP ktASaAoa," Illustrated with all tha ear.
root aMTatBauU ar Duaaagatg tha Uei. Back,
arma and boat, and awntalaiag valuable klnta
an kaaitk aa4 kaaaty. PMrr Ckaalott, tk raa
abfaxad Pranca suanr, amy. ml thta book:
H ta tkm aaaat naarrlaf
SrrurT nwaua akamU km
daiij. write tartar-
Br. C-arlrt Ca., MM FaltoaSI-, New York ClU.. I.
To accommodate holiday
truvclcrs a rate of a i
fare and one-third for
tlu' round trip has been
pluiTd In effect by the
Dates of sale November
L'3 and 24, with final
return limit November
28. Inquire of your
nearest Union Pacific
City Ticket Office, 1324 Farnam St.
Thone 310. ;.. .
Treats all forms of c
IfS Years' Kzperienoo
IS sears in Omaha)
A Medical Ezpert
sueceas haa uover
Nearly 30.000 Cases Cured.
Varlcoc.1. Hrdroo.1.. Blood Pol.on, Slrlctur.. alaaj,
Kervous Dabllltr.' Loa. ot Strength and Vltalllf.
His Homo Treatment
baa permanently curad thouaandi of caae. of chranle
N.rvou., Rectal. Kidney and bladder and Bkln Dia
aaee. at amall coat. Baa tlma and T
crlblng oul oaa. and wrlta for KKKB BOOK ao4
terma of trealm.nt. M.dlcln. aent In plain patkasa.
Charges Low. Consultation Free.
OfOca Hour. a. m. to i:mi p. m. :
a m. to t:M p m. Oall or wrlta. Bos 1H.
ufflca tit 8. Hth St.. Omaha. Neb,
THIS AFTERNOON TONIGHT '
TUB HIG MISH'AL tUMEUV
THE FORBIDDEN LAND
THIRSUAV, FltlUAV, IA1XROAY-'
Matinees Thursday, Saturday
WILLIAMS AND WALKER
Every Night Matinees Thur., Sat., Bun.
The Mysterious Zanrlgs, Felix & Parry,
Albert Ina Melirh's Hilda, Vornou, l.ui y
St Vlnte, Cord Bisters, Itosa Tyler
and the Klnodrnme.
Prices I'Jc, '25a and SOc.
1 TrT THEATER
IviVUU price. I5-25-50-75C
25e Matinee Today 20c
NETTIE THE NEWSOIRL
Thursday-THK CI'BHP! OK DHINIC "
Upedlal Matluwe Thaiikblvlng. 1
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