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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1905.
BIG FAIR FOR ORPHANAGE
Exhibition Will Ee GiTn at Auli'orium
to Aid Ft Jaraei.
TWENTY-THOUSAND-DOLLAR DEBT TO PAY
ECHOES CF IKE ANTEROOM
nolnfi and I'rnf oalonn I Men
All .Jrllalona M ill ( u-Dpfrnlf
to Male thr K.nlrp
Arrangements nro txltiK nmrtp f r one of
the biggest church fairs i-ver ;ivn in
Omaha and tlio fit s-t t n t of the kind la
the nfw Auditorium. All iTon-nd wlil
It') to the Ht. James' I )rih(inaK'' lit Hpiiwmi
to help In paying cjIT a d-bt of K'j.fimi re
maining on that Institution. To insure the
success of the utid I takliiK a hoard of
directors of fifty prominent IiukIiihsh and
professional men has been formed The
board la non-sectai un und embraces nun
of all kinds of religious belief, who are
anxious to help the orphanage, which is
P. A. Nash In president of tho body. An
executive committee and suu-oommlltees
have en appointed to have charge of the
irenpral management of the fair and Its
detnils, such as amuse mcnt. booths, so
HcllInK', publication, etc. Active work has
Btarted. Many of tho booths used at the
pure food show have been donated and a
large number of article secured to be
given aa prize. The women of every Cath
olic pariah In the city, who have organized
for the purpose, have got many of the do
nation In the way of prises.
Past efforts towards raising tho debt rtf
the orphanage have been very successful,
and at the last one, more than half a dozen
yeara ago, more tUan $lu,uuo was received
for the purpose and applied. Regardless of
aecta the board of directors is counting on
the hearty support of the city at the fair.
Many exceptionally good things to attract
the attention and aheckles of the curious,
whether or not he be generous of heart,
Urand Irmr of the Republic.
Nebraska seems to have fared fairly well
at the nstinn.il encampment of thp Grand
Army of the Krpuhllc Just closed at Denver.
Janus I), (luge, formerly adjutant gen
em! of the Nebrnska department, and also
at one time adjutant general of the state,
was cho n a member of the national coun
cil of administration.
Mr. Abble A. Adams of Superior was
elected national president of the Woman's
Relief corps. Mrs. Adams was formerly
president of the Nebraska departmiit.
Woman's Relief corps, anil Is the wife of
Captain Claire K Adams of Superior. Cap
tain Adams Is a past department com
mander of Nebraska.
Mrs. Fiederleka J. Cole of Heat rice was
elected Junior national vice president of
the Association of Army Nurse. Bhe was
formerly senior vice president of the Ne
braska Woman's Relief coi p.q and Is the
w ife of Captain Gilbert T,. Cole of Reatrlee,
a veteran of the civil war.
BURWOOD THEATER IS READY
New Fljhue is to Open
HANDSOME HOWE FOR PERMANENT STOCK
Indies of the Mncenbee.
Tlollister hive No. 21 will hold its next
regular meeting Tuesday evening, Septem
ler 12. State Commander Klla J. Marks
will be present and an interesting meeting
Is promised. All members and their friends
are requested to be present.
DR. FRANK PARK IS DEAD
loons; Physician Found lifeless by
Patient with Whom lie
Dr. Frank Park of 8603 North Twenty
fourth atreet, died auddenly at the home
of Abraham L. Reed, near the Country
club In Benson, Friday night. Dr. Tark
waa called Friday evening to attend Mra.
Reed and waa taken 111 at the stomach
soon after reaching the home of his pa
tient. He vomited during the evening and
became bo weak that he decided to send
lis rig home and spend tho night at the
Reed homo. He waa assigned to a bed In
the same room with Mr. Reed, who, upon
iwakenlng Saturday morning at firBt
thought Dr. Park was merely sleeping, but
on later Investigation discovered that the
loctor was dead. Prs. J. H. Vance and C.
H. Ballard were summoned and diagnosed
the case as apoplexy.
To all appearances Dr. Park was in good
health up to Friday morning. He waa 29
yeara of age and came to Omaha three
yeara ago from Belleville, Kan., where his
parents now reside. He is Burvived by a
wife and 2-year-old daughter. He had an
office in the Paxton block.
Until some definite advice is received
from Belleville the funeral arrangements
will not be made.
NOW WEEKSBUYS CIGARS
Barllnavton Conductor I.rta Go When
ever HI Friends ay the
Conductor W. II. Weoka of the Burling
ton la buying clgara without a murmur
whenever he meets one of his running
mates and they simply suggest the word
As Weeks waa taking one of the Burling
ton a fast trains west Thursday he came
to a double seat occupied by a young
woman and her dog, this being atrictly
against the rules of the Burlington road.
that Is to have dogs In ,the passenger
"You will have to take that dog to the
haggage car," said Weeks.
"Oh, Mr. Conductor, please let him stay;
he la not bothering anyone."
Weeks, however, waa obdurate, and.
being a strict disciplinarian, when he found
that argument was of no avail, called tho
flagman and ordered him to take the dog
o the baggage car. The flagman grabbed
he dog with a great show of bravery and
itarted out of the car when he discovered
that it was a little woolen toy dog.
Order of Scottish Clana.
Clan Gordon No. 63 held Its regular meet-
ng Tuesday evening, with a big attendance
and a jolly good time. Mutual congratula
tions were exchanged over the success of
the big picnic of the previous dny.
One new name was proposed and consid
erable business was transacted.
30LICE WILL GET REWARD
iorvMst Whrlan and Patrolman
Brady Arrest Man on Whom
Sergeant Whelan and ratrolman Brady
if the police station will receive 70 reward
'or tho arrest of Frank Fisher, who was
Treated Friday at Twerity-ilrst and Cuming
itreets on the charge of stealing a horse
rom Robert Sen ram of Barpy county.
Iherlff Mi EIvoy of Sarpy county has taken
he prisoner back for trial.
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Th farmer rrafs what he hat pre
viously aowed. The human body re a pi
likewise the natural crop of weakness,
pain and death it the reeds of disease
Lave been sown bjr bad habits of careless
nest In eating, sleeping and exercising.
Kskp well iv you can and when you
need a little help In keeping well use
Katurt't rvmaiUs, that do not roughly
stimulate but gently quicken the action
of Nature' functions In a natural way.
Nature't laboratory furnishes the follow
ing plants which enter Into the manufac
ture of lr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery: Golden Seal root, Oueen's root.
Stone root, Iiluck Cherrybark, Bloodnxji
and Mandrake root.
If In doubt as to your trouble or need
ing advice, you can consult, free of
charge. Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting
physician to the Invalids' Hotel and
hurgloai Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. All
letters are considered confidential and
answers bearing correct medical advice
returned In securely sealed envelopes.
"I kuffored f..r nearly elaht irn." ailtn
Phlllo A. Katch. Kyi., of M..Mle.Ala.. Deputy
Sheriff, "with msKrla. which poisoned my
entire system and deprived me of my vi
tality. I was cured in three months by using
l'r. Pierce's liuhlen Medical Iilixery. J
know It waa largely due to tietrleet and I
paid little attention to my trouble until I
became so run-down and weak that I knew
1 had to do aomuthliig at once to regain my
health. I began to ttel better within four
duya after I ued the'Oolden Mediial Dis
covery,' and afur uninf nine bottles I was
matured u my uaual health. fvcUiig teller
than fur years.'
Tho most valuable book for both men
and women is Dr. 1'lerce's
Common hen so Medical Ad
viser. A splendid luM-page
Tin nk era Vnlon of the World.
Dr. W. F. Hutchinson, supreme physi
cian of the Hankers' Tnton, was pleas
antly remembered by a number of his
friends on the occasion of his birthday
at his home, 2024 Burt street, Monday
evening, September 4. The doctor was
taken completely by surprise, the affair
having been concocted under the super
vision of his daughters, Mrs. Rkoglnnd
of Minneapolis and Mrs. George Roach
of this city. Elaborate refreshments were
served, anil numerous testimonial of es
teem In rcn.embiance of the occasion were
bestowed upon the genial doctor. Music
and congratulations completed the not
least pleasing features of the evening.
Those present were: Dr. and Mrs. C. B.
Paul, Dr. E. C. Spinney. Judge K. C. Wol-
cott. Prof. Alfred O. Muller, Dr. A. P.
Conden, Messrs. Harry Gardner, Otto
Kurt I, Orel Jones, I.. T. rhelps, Charles
M. Manahan, C. II. Younger, J. M. God
frey, James M. Gorman, W. B. Border,
Cadet Taylor, H. S. Whitney, Klwood C.
Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. George Roach,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Skogland and Miss M.
Omaha lodge No. 1 held Its regular
meeting Thursday evening with a large
number of members present. A large class
or candidates was initiated, the work be
ing performed by F. D. Weaver, presi
dent; Dr. E. L. Alexander, chaplain; Harry
S. Whitney, vice president; Judge C. M.
Bachman and Samuel Hunter, speakers.
The supreme president acted as past pres
ident; James M. Gorman, overseer; Mis
Fearl Smalley, guard; Dr. W. F. Hutchin
son, Shylock; Miss M. Burdock, Portia.
A large class of candidates was approved
Fraternal lodge No. 8 has matured plans
for a brilliant meeting to be held next
Thursday evening. President Alice Hud
son and Secretary E. C. Wolcott will have
charge of tho details of the affair.
Tribe of Hen llnr.
Mecca court No. 13, at Its meeting Friday
evening obligated five new candidate.
There will be an open meeting Friday
evening, December 15, at which an attract
ive program of a musical and literary char
acter will be rendered. Refreshments will
also be served.
A cordial Invitation has been extended to
court No. 110. Omaha; Banner court. South.
Omaha, and Jewell court. Council Bluff.
Bring your friends. All will be made wel
come. Monument Dedication.
Now that the Douglas County Veterans'
reunion and tho national encampment are
things of tho past, the next thing In order
to engage the attention and interest of the
old soldiers of Douglas county and Omaha
will be tho dedication of the new soldiers'
monument now In position In Forest Lawn
cemetery. The dedication is fixed for Sep.
tember 21 and will be held under the direc
tion of the monument committee. Dr. 8.
K. Spauldlng. who has been one of the
most cealous friends of the monument
movement, will probably deliver the ded
icatory address. The program as prelim
inarily outlined contemplates an elaborate
celebration, with troops from Fort Crook
participating, and also all the Grand Army
posts and corps and Dadles of the Grand
Army of the Republic circles of Douglas
county. The program has not Deen com
pletely formulated, but will be during the
Ancient Order I'nlted Workmen.
The central committee of the Ancient
Order of United Workmen of Omaha has
arranged for a series of union meetings
for the fall and winter among the various
Omaha lodges. . Hie object of these meet
lugs Is to create a spirit of sociability
among the members of the different lodges
and to become better acquainted with each
other and to promote the interests of the
order In every practical way.
The first union meeting will be held with
I'nlon Pacific lodge, at Workmen temple
Friday evening, September IB, under the
auspices of the central committee. All
members of the order are requested to
t'nlon Veterans' I'nlon,
The twentieth national encampment of
the I'nlon Veterans' union will be held this
year at Springfield, 111.. October 18 to 20.
This being historic ground, the homo of
Abraham Uncoln, a large attendance from
all parts of the country Is anticipated.
Arrangements are being made In regard to
transportation and it is presumed at least
a half-fare rate will be secured., All veterans
desirous of making this trip can secure
Information by applying to headquarters,
612 Brown block. A Joint meeting of the
two regiments will be held In the Conti
nental block Friday, September 15, at 8
p. m. to take action on the same, as well
aa transacting other business of Interest
to the order.
Theater t'onatrnrted on I.lnea of
Safety nnd Comfort, with Mod
ern Iilena In All lta
Manager Burgess has definitely announced
the date for the opening of the new Bur
wood thenter that has been built In Omaha
for the Woodward & Burgess Amusement
company. It will sec Its first performance
on next Saturday night, unless something
unforeseen should intervene. "
The Burwood is to be the home of a per
manent stock company for Omaha and will
run fifty weeks In the year, giving a high
class of plays at a moderate admission
price and cuterlng particularly to women
and children. It Is the especial pride of the
owners, Messrs. Woodward and Burgess,
who have been In the business for many
years, but now for the first time own a
theater that has been built under their
personal direction. The first consideration
they have given the house Is the matter
of eafety. Not only does the new theater
comply with the stringent provisions of tho
Omaha building ordinance, but In some re
gards the plans have gone beyond, in order
to make the house as nearly absolutely
safe as possible. The construction has been
fireproof In all particulars, and the latest
appliances to secure safety and Immunity
from tire have been adopted.
Stnae i Isolated.
The stage Is Isolated as far as possible
from the auditorium, a heavy brick wall
supiHrted by a strong steel wuss dividing
the two. Fireproof doors, built in accord
ance with the spec! Ilea t ions of the Under
writers' association, and operating auto
matically when released by a thermostatic
device, cut off the rooms one from another
nd will prevent the spread of fire. The
electric wiring on the stago Is done after
the most approved fashion, the transformer
being enclosed In a brick and cement vault,
while a modern Bprlnkling system and an
automatic ventilator will operate to keep
down any fire that may start on the stage.
The scenery Is fireproofed and an asbestos
curtain, hung to descend automatically, add
further to the safety.
No engine or boiler roojn Is connected
with the theater directly, the heating plant
being located on an adjoining lot. The
property room and cenery dock are also
outside the building, so that these ate
easily Isolated In case of fire. The fuse
boxes and yher causes of alarm are care
fully guarded, and the lighting circuits
are V-o arranged that the interruption of
one will have no effect on another.
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Arrangement a for Comfort,
The comfort of the patrona of the Bur-
wood Is looked after as carefully as the
safety. Only one balcony has been in
stalled in the theater, so that unobstructed
view of the stage is afforded from every
part of the auditorium. The aisles are
wide and roomy, Beating space having
been sacrificed from an estimate of 1,700
to an actual seating capacity of 1,400, in
order to secure ample room. The balcony
will discharge direct to the sidewalk, so
as to prevent any possible congestion when
the people are going out, although all will
enter by the main door. A promenade gal
lery has been provided in the rear of the
balcony, where patrons of the upstairs
seats may lounge or rest between acts.
This will give access to retiring rooms as
completely equipped as those on the ground
floor. A wide passage gives access to the
roof of the portico in front of the building,
where a breath of air may be obtained
on a warm night. This can also be used
as an emergency exit. Other emergency
exits are provided. The lower floor is
equipped similar to any first-class theater,
with the latest of appliances and con
veniences for the patrons.
Decorations and Lighting;.
In appearance the new theater will be in
many ways the most attractive In the city
It Is being finished In green and gold for a
general color scheme, eupplemented by a
tnt of old ivory and a subdued shade of
blue. A wreath design is carried out In
the wall panels and the facade of the bal
cony, while a strikingly artistio lunette
painting adorns the proscenium arch. The
chairs will be upholstered in green to
match, and the draperies and carpets will
be in harmony with the plan of the whole.
A most lavish scheme for lighting has been
adopted, 2,000 Incandescent lamps being re
quired. The exterior of the building la to
be outlined in tncandescents, while Illumi
nated signs will blaze and the portico will
be a mass of light. In the lobby a similar
display will be made and In the foyer and
auditorium the lighting will be such as
will restore the day.
Comfort for Actors.
For the actors who will make their home
here every convenience has been arranged.
The dressing rooms are beneath the stage,
with windows opening on the alley. Each
Is equipped with all that will be needed by
any and each 1 well ventilated and lighted,
bo that they will be most comfortable at
all times. All the way through the house
has been constructed according to modern
Ideas and, with a lavish expenditure. It Is
Impossible even now for the owners to say
Just how much It has cost them, for modi
fications and changes of plans from time
to time to secure additional safety and
comfort have Increased the cost greatly
above the architects' estimate. They are
satisfied that they have added to Omaha's
amusement enterprises a handsome struc
ture and one that Is first-class In all par
volume, with engraving
paue.r-coverod. will be sent
to anyone sending VI cenu
lu one-cent stamps, to pay
the cost of mailing otify, to
I. K. V. Pierce, buffalo, N.
Y. Cloth bound, II stamps.
SCUTH WIND BLOWS OUT WEST
Indian Kight y-r'ire Years Old Oeta
Oat of Jail and Goes
South Wind, a venerable Indian of the
Winnebago tribe, who haa reached the age
of S-i yeara. waa released from the D mg'aa
county Jail Friday evening on tfcO bonds.
He has been held in durance for several
weeks on a commitment for taking liquor
onto the Winnebago reservation and Is to
answer to the federal grand Jury for that
South Wind is a patriarchal looking old
fellow and was born In Wisconsin. He
came to Nebraska territory many years
ago, when the Wlnnebagoea were trans
ferred from that state to the Nebraska
reservation. As soon as released from jail
be blew out of town.
COMING WEEK AT KRUG PARK
Gatllnsjr Gnn Section of Omaha
Guards to Give Spectacular
Manager W. W. Cole Is bringing to a
cloae at Krug Park the most successful
season In the history of the enterprise.
Over half a million people have visited
this resort since its gates were opened lust
spring. Krug Park has this year offered
more unique legitimate features than were
ever offered before to Qmaha i amusement
Manager Cole will present, commencing
this evening, for the last eight nights of
the regular season at Krug Park the
I'nlon Gatllng Section of the Omaha
Guards, In their original spectacle, "Storm
ing the Old Mill."
"'Storming the Old Mill" Is a strong
spectacular production which gives the
olios" lueii aa opportunity to show their
proficiency in the handling of their gatllng
gun. The Royal Canadian band will give
both afternoon and evening concerts all
week. Manager Cole will send up this
evening a war balloon. When the balloon
suau nave reached a sufficient height to
guarantee the spectators against Injury
dynamite bombs will be exploded from the
On Tuesday evening, September 12, the
Woman's Cathollo Order of Foresters will
hold their annual outing.
The Cnlted German Singing Societies of
Omaha will picnic on Thursday. Beutem
The Pennsylvania Society will hold a
basket picnic on Friday, September 15. The
picnic is In charge of W. G. Shrlver, James
A. Maselle, Joseph Redman and Mel H.
Hoarner. Addresses will be tUUvtred by
We have concluded to clean out all of the following high grade
buggies on our two Repository floors at Less Than Factory Prices
Every Open Buggy or Top Buggy Every Open, or Top Stanhopt
Every Open or Top Concord Buggy Every Happy Thought or Banner Wagon
Every Open or Top Surrey or Trap Every Bdmar-Clayton or Lmox Wagon
Every Country Club Wagon or Myopia Wagon
These are the finest
lot of vehicles west of
Omaha people need
them for the "Horse
Out of town people
need them, for they are
the MgKe.t hnrirains
ever offered for line
Xo one can offer you
such bargains n a i n
nnd stay in business.
We want one whole
floor of space, however,
and are willing to sac
rifice high class, high
priced vehicles to get
If yon haven't all
cash come any way
ask our terms but
come at once and see
the finest stock of car
riages in the city at
We include also flnfe
single and double har
ness, riding saddles
OMAHA nUST FIX UP FOR ITS HORSE SHOW.
We also offer 40 2nd-Hatid Bargains in Double and Single Carriages
18th and Harney Streets.
Jlonthly or $3
Tou can now bu the famous Kim
ball Organs or the reliable Urest
Western Organs direct from the
makers at wholesale factorr prices.
We will nond them to reliable people
Bnvwhere In the I'nlted States, to M
paid for on extremely ensy payment
plan-!:!.. monthly and upwards.
Operating the largest musical In
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ploying the largest capital, buying the
raw material In greatest quantltlea for
cash-tbe Kimball system of manu
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through our al supply tlon..P0'"
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If--you haven't an organ, you want
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not Jo. Hecure at once the old reli
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Pend today for our Money Saving
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Our half century's manufat tiling
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The most Inexperienced buyers.
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Heat electric light janitor service
all night and Sunday elevator ser
vice a fire proof building all cost
the tenant of The Bee Building
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Candidate for renomination
as sheriff at the hands of the
democratic party: . Primaries,
September 19. 1905. 1
DEPUTY STATK VETERINARIAN,
H. L RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S
Office and Infirmary, 28th and Mason Cta,
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SEPTEMBER 15 TO OCTOBER 31
FROM OMAHA I
San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle $25.00
Spokane and Eastern Washington $22.50
Butte, Helena and Salt Lake City $20.00
Cody, Wyo., (Dig Horn Basin) $16.75
Daily tourist sleepers and through car service Omaha to Montana and Puget
Sound points. Daily through tourist sleepers Omaha to California, 'via Denver,
Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City and Southern Pacific. Tourist sleepers from
Omaha Thursdays and Fridays are personally conducted.
Daily through tourist sleeping car service from Cfmaha to Los Angeles via
Denver, scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City, thence to Southern California over the
San Pedro Route.
Through tourist sleepers from Omaha every Saturday night for Southern
California via Kansas City and the Santa Fe Route.
These tourist sleepers provide high grade facilities at half the rates for
standard sleepers. The cost of double berth Omaha, or from Nebraska points, to
the Coast is but $5.75. '
Let me send you folders about these colonist rates and our through service.
Describe to me your trip and let me advise you the least cost and the best
way to make it.
J. 0. REYNOLDS, City Passenger Agent, 1502 Farnam St., Gmaha.
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