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THE OMAHA DAILY ft EE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 4, t?o:.
Now located In th)
new retail center
ple, which is everything to us, and by honest merchandising we are bound to win it. Occasion
ally something may go wrong, that may happen in any line, but Thompson,' Belden & Co. are
here to make good any just claim. Saturday's bargains are many, we invite you to come and
look make the store's many conveniences your own.
Handsome New Wool Waistings
Saturday Just Half Price.
Pretty combinations of blue and green,
hrewn and green, etc, crossed with threads
of com bright, pretty color. They are
worth a Journey to the store Just to ae.
REGULAR 75C QUALITY, SATURDAY
SPECIAL, 7HC A YARD-Scattered here
and there are woven dote of eome pretty
color, with centera of aome bright con
tracting color. One of thin season's most
handsome novelties for waists, snd they
nre especially good for children's dresses.
W. B. Erect Form Corsets.
Allow you to take good, deep breatha
Just Ilka a man does. Tt keeps Its wearer
erect It Is Just as comfortable In a sit
ting or standing position. Every woman
who has ever bought the Erect Form
knows that It la perfectly comfortable from
the first day she wears It. We are now
showing the spring models. They are the
proper corsete for the new modes. A differ
ent style for each different figure. , Prices
start at 11.00.
Saturday is Children's Day in
the Cloak Department.
In our new Cloak Department we have
the most beautiful assortment of coata for
little girls ever shown tn Omaha; we also
have magnificent light and space come In
and see our grand line of little coats for
HANDSOME TAILORED SUITS.
Every suit we show In our new store
has been opened up within the last ten
days rich and elegant velvet suits short
and nobby cloth suits the swagger long
coat suit. Our suits are a wonderful reve
lation of fine tailoring.
We are Just ns particular that our petti
coats should be perfectly made as we are
.bout eur finest suits nowhere will you
been riddled with bullets. The situation
there, he adds, however, is improving, but
during- the riots bands of rowdies stopped
everybody in carriages or on foot and
compelled all to prove they were not Jew
before permitting them to go on. Women's
dresses were torn open to discover if they
were wearing crosses. The British consul
was stopped by soldiers with levelled rifles,
who, however, permitted the mob to wreck
the house of a wealthy Jew. Nearly alt
the houses display Ikons and other Chris
A dispatch to the Dally Telegraph from
St. Petersburg states that Prince Alexis
Obolensky has been appointed to replace
M. Pobledonosteneft as procurator of the
KIshlnetT tn Flames. ,
The Dally Telegraph's Odessa correspond
ent al" reports Klschlneff in flames.
A special dispatch to the Standard from
Three railway stations have been burned
between Odessa and Shmerinka and the
postal service has been suspended. Collis
ions between armed forces continued until
late at night In three districts. Today's
casualties are believed to have numbered
A dispatch to Reuter s Telegram com
pany from Haparanda, Sweden, says the
officers at Kotka, Vlborg, Frederlksham.il,
Lovisa and Berg ha have pledged themselves
to assist the civilians in the defense of the
fatherland. A company of RusBian artillery
which had advanced toward Helalngfora
was forced to retreat without an engage
ment. Awful Carnage at Kleff.
The Kleff correspondent of Reuter's Tele
Your Money Back If You
This busy store Invites com
parisons measure up Lilliputian
Clot lies with any found In this or
other markers. Here today Is
boys' raiment direct from the
bands of boy-clothes style
makers. Your critical examination is In
vited either for a school suit or a
S3. 75, $4.50, $5.00,
$8.50, $10.03, $12.50,
Write for illustrated catalogue.
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Where you may shop with absolute safety. We know it is not
necessary to misrepresent goods to make a sale. Our fast grow
ing business is proof of that. We want the confidence of the peo
see such a beautiful stock of silk, moreen,
sateen and brllllantlne petticoats.
Special prices on all our new and stylish
rain coats. flt.Oi) rain coats, Saturday,
When In the store do not neglect to
visit our new Fur Department on the sec
end floor. Almost everything in furs.
Ladles' carriage bngs, made of black
walrus, also seal leather, fitted with coin
purse, moire lined, plain leather handles.
Prices, 11,00 and SI. 50 each.
Carriage bags, made of good quality
black and brown walrus leather, fitted with"
card case and coin purse, leather lined,
plain leather handles. Prices, 11.60, $2.00
and 12.71 each.
Envelope bags, black and brown walrus,
moire lined, strap handles on back. Prices,
$1.00 to SSJ0 each.
Vanity bags, brown, tan, green and navy
walrus leather, fitted with ' Inside pocket
and card case, plain strap handles, at from
12.25 to tl2,0A each.
Special Sale of Men's
For Saturday' selling only, we will place
on special sale one of our leading numbers
of fine blue ribbed wool underwear at a
great reduction In price.
This garment Is knit on the spring needle
machine, which gives it extra elasticity;
shirts have French neck, drawers made
with suspender straps and tape covered
seams. The regular price of this garment
Is 11. 50 and good value at that price; all
slsea on special sale '
SATURDAY. $1.19 A GARMENT.
Men's underwear department located in
We shall have In our windows a DEM
ONSTRATION OF LION BRAND YARNS.
All ladles that have used "Lion" brand
yarns and compared it with other grades
know - that they are unquestionably the
highest grade in the market.
They are specially prepared to meet the
requirements of the most fastidious knit
ters, and the demonstrator is equipped with
an elaborate -display of up-to-date gar
ments knitted and crocheted from
LION BRAND YARNS.
This opportunity should not be lost to
those interested In this beautiful accom
plishment. An exhibition of new designs and stitches
will also be Interesting and Instructive.
Howard and Sixteenth
gram company, under date of November t,
aysr ., , ;
'The Jewish quarter has been given over
to plunder, rapine and murder ever since
the emperor announced the granting of a
constitution. A monster demonstration was
held In front of the city hall, during which
a ahot was suddenly fired. The Cossacks
and dragoons immediately charged Into the
crowd, firing right and left, and the police
and others dragged away the dead and
wounded, numbering more than 130, Into
the neighboring courtyards, while the terror-stricken
demonstrators fled, pursued by
a mob of ruffians, who attacked them as
"At 7 o'clock in the evening an organised
attack on the Jewish quarter began on the
pretext that during the week a portrait of
the emperor had been Insulted at the town
hall. The town hall was sacked and al
though the authorities had promised ' a
jewisn detention protection tne piam j
continued all night. warehouses were
Incendiarism woe indulged in and '
many were wounded. On Wednesday Act
ing Governor. Karass again promised Jew
ish merchants that Immediate strong meas
ures were to be taken for their protection,
K,i V. .ill,, iiinmnl mlniMl nrnnnrtlnns
and the police and military stood absolutely
impassive, only firing upon persons who
ih.m-lv... .ln.t looters and on
houses where Jews had fired on their as
sailants. While almost all the Jewish
houses were laid In ruins. Christian estab
lishments were untouched.
"Thousands of persons have been wounded
and the Theater of Anatomy Is filled with
corpses. Attempts were made, without suc
cess, to wreck the houses of liberal news
papers, and It la reported that forthcora-
This is our celebrated "Educator"
shoe for boys, so constructed as to
allow the growing foot to develop.
Made of heavy box calf leather with
double sole from heel to toe. These
soles are made of pure oak leather
viscallsed. The best boy's shoe ever
made at the price.
Sites 1 to 6H.
81ses I to UV.
Girls' Shoes, all kinds. 1
Bee, Not. S.
is a Place
Saturday Special on 3d Floor.
COTTON BROADCLOTH. In rlaln colors
and fancy suiting effects. Regular price
80o per yard; Saturday's special price, 19c
ROBE BLANKETS. '
The finest assortment In the city 2 spe
cials 75c robe blankets, B9c a pair. ,
$1.33 robe blankets. 79c each.
COTTON WAISTINGS THIRD FLOOR.
Wash waistings at 20c, 25c, 30c per yard.
Now located In rear of center aisle, main
floor. Good daylight and rlenty of counter
room. We have extra good values to show
Ladles' ' fleeced cotton fine ribbed vests
and drawere medium weight, ecru color,
Ladles' fine ribbed fleeced cotton Vests
and drawers, heavy weight, ecru color, all
hand trimmed, extra good quality, 50c each.
Ladies' white Swiss ribbed merino vests
and drawers, medium weight, all sixes, 85c
Ladles' natural gray wool vests and
drawers, flat goods, heavy weight, fine
quality, all slses, $1.00 each.
Ladies' flne white wool or camel's hair
vests and drawers, heavy weight, an extra
good garment, all sises, $1.50 each.
Children's fine ribbed, fleeced cotton
union suits, heavy weight, extra good
quality, all sises, 50c each.
Sale Imperial Long Cloth
Number 800 Imperial long cloth,
quality, Saturday salt price, 8c.
Number 850 Imperial long cloth,
quality, Saturday sale price, c.
Number 0O Imperial, long cloth, l4o
quality, Saturday sale price, 10c.
Number 50 Imperial long cloth, 17c
quality, Saturday sale price, 12a
Sale Fringed Bed Spreads.
$1.75 fringed bed spread. Saturday sale
price, $1.29 each.
tl.il fringed bed spread, Saturday sale
price, $1.39 each.
$2.00 fringed bed spread, Saturday sale
price, $1.43 each.
J2.2S fringed bed spread, Saturday sale
price, $1.79 each.
$3.50 fringed bed spread, Saturday sale
price. $2.89 each.
$5.00 fringed bed spread, Saturday sale
price, $3.89 each.
Sale of Japanese Doylies.
19c Japanese doylies, Saturday sale price,
tc fringed round doylies, Saturday sale
price. Sc each.
ing lawsuits will 'divulge the names of
prominent agitator of these riots. '
"Count Wltte orderod that vigorous meas
ures be taken, but without effect. Today
the town Is quieter and it Is expected that
the reign of terror Is ended, but the Jews
fear to return to their homes. Relief col
umns are being formed.
A dispatch to the Dally Mall from St.
Petersburg, timed 9 p. m., reports a plot to
massacre the Jews In that city. It Is semi
officially calculated that at least 1,000 per
eons have been killed and 10,000 seriously
wounded In the leading fifty provincial
towns of Russia In the last twenty-four
hours, and the death roll is still mounting;.
Avrfnl Week at Odessa.
ODESSA, Nov. 8.-12:42 p. m. After a
fairly quiet night shooting again com
menced this morning. The Red Cross is
busy attending to the wounded.
. Up to the present time no Christian shops
or houses have been touched. The princi
pal hotels are full of the better class of
There was veritable reign of terror on
October 21. After the emperor's manifesto
granting a constitution to Russia had been
published the Jews made the Russians
ur,ou w'th "aklnf prominent
fPy Md tramp.lng on a por-
trait ' the emperor and tearing down the
emblem of the crown. Late In the after
noon there was firing in the outskirts of
the town and the massacre of Jews com
menced and lasted during the night of No-
vember 1. All Jews found in the streets
were severty beaten and many were killed
in their shops, which were ruthlessly pil
laged. Soldiers Watch Looting-.
In the poorer Jews' quarters on the out
skirts of the town whole streets were de
stroyed, the soldiers apparently looking
on. Crowds of workmen, rowdies, women
and children, laden with all kinds of loot,
walked openly through thes treets, quar
reling over the spoils. Bombs were thrown
In various parts of the town. Late 'that
night patrols of soldiers and Cossacks
I restored some semblance of order.
The pillaging was continued yesterday
; and there was heavy firing all over the
town. Nobody was safe tn the streets.
People carrying arms who were caught by
the troops were shot at sight. The Abut
ters of all houses were ordered closed and
' people detected shooting from
I were promptly shot. The soldiers used
machine guns to clear away the crowd
from the vicinity of the port. In fact, there
was Indiscriminate shooting everywhere In
town. Firing Is stilk going on as this dis
patch Is filed.
Trade is at a complete standstill! , Provi
sion! !-. till nhtalnahlA at rrailv an.
I hiinred nriftea. Tha stab And waibp wnrki
It is impossible to make a correct esti
mate of the number of killed and wounded.
Similar reports reach Odessa from most
of the other towns of southern Russia.
Blamo Laid Jews.
A leading gei.eral in an Interview today
argued that the disturbances were the re
sult of the behavior of the Jews, who
rudely shocked Russian patriotism by the
manner in which they celebrated on Tues
day the publication of the imperial mani
festo. "They abused their new found freedom,"
he declared, "by tearing down the national
flag, hoisting revolutionary banners, insult-
ing the emperor and boasting that they
alone gave Russia freedom."
On the other hand, the liberal leaders
say that the simultaneous manner in
which the disorders broke out in many
towns proved that they were dictated from
St. Petersburg in revenge for the conces
sions recently granted and with the ob
ject of creating the impression that the
Russians did not desire the new order of
things. The liberals coatend that the gov
ernment had all the means to stop the out
break in the first hour, but It inactivity
during the three days of massacre and Its
protection of the murderous rabble In the
guise of patriots proved the real origin of
Workmen and students Clash.
MOSCOW, Nov. 3.-A procession of stu
dents returning today with some of their
comrades who bad been released from
prison was set upon by a mob of workmen
at the triumphal arch. Ten of the students
HF-LSINQFORS, Finland. Nov. 1 The
municipal council has formed a committee
of public safety. It also has notified the
strike committee that It considers Itself
to be in a position to maintain order and
has raised $2,000 for this purpose.
The council, which meets dally, has ap
pointed a special committee to confer with
the strike committee when the latter re-
fuses advice on Important questions.
Vice Governor Flees,
KOZLOFF, Russia, Nov. $. The vice
governor of Kosloff has fled from the city.
The cltltens are preserving order. Great
manifestations occurred here yesterday, the
crowds demanding the release of the polit
At Other Places.
HTBIN3K, Russia, Nov. $. A demonstra
tion yesterday of students and workmen,
arrying banners Inscribed witn the words.
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long live liberty," was attacked by
Volaa longshoremen. Many persons were
T1FLIS. Caucasia, Nov. 8,-An Immense
meeting of workmen, students and pro
fessional men here today demanded the
telease of the political prisoners and the
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boiitlon of the sute of siege to which
the viceroy promised to aocede if the strike
rd.- Ih ?l'Ce an.d trr8 "red the
road to the vice regal palace, but other
wise did not interfere.
BAKU, Caucasia, Nov. $. The Joy of the
population over the Imperial manifesto is
There were separate processions of Mus
selmen. Aremenlans, students and social
ists. The socialists marched to the prison
and demanded the liberation of the political
prisoners. Troops fired on the socialists
and many of them were wounded.
KALUGA, Russia, Nor. 2. Work on all
the railroads has been resumed. All meet
ings are dispersed by Cossacks.
ROMNT. Russia, Nov. 3. During the pil
lage of the Jewish stores, which lasted
tfitll yesterday morning, fifteen stores
were burned to the ground and many more
were sacked. The rioting began when a
crowd killed a rich merchant for refusing
to take off his hat to a red flag. Many i
persons were killed.
German Ships Near Csar.
BERLIN. Nov. 2. Wireless telca-ranhv la
In use between Peterhof and Memel, the
nearest point In Prussian territory where
the government land lines are available.
A small German cruiser, the Luebeck, Ilea
at Memel, while between there and Peter-
hof are ten German torpedo boats, tele
graphing, doubtless, with the consent of
the Russian emperor, but the precise ob
ject is only a subject for conjecture.
LAST OF CRAiVD DIKES GOES OIT
Alexander Mlehaelovlteh Relieved
Head of Mercantile Marine.
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. 2. Tho Grand
Duke Alexander Mlehaelovlteh, brother-in-law
of Emperor Nicholas, has been relieved
of the post of head of the department of
The department of mercantile marine is
to be merged with the new ministry of
commerce, which probably accounts for the
grand duke being relieved of his duties as
head of that department. Ha Is the last
of the Influential quintet of grand dukes
Who have been the advisers of the emperor.
Grand Dukes Alexis and Michael Nlcholale
vitch having been relieved of their posts
as, respectively, grand admiral or head of
the navy and president of the council of the
empire, and Grand Duke Vladimir having
been relieved of the post of oommander-in-chief
of the military district of St. Peters
burg. Orand Duke Serglus was assassi
nated at Moscow February 17.
Joseph G. Miles.
LITTLE SIOUX. 14., Nov. S.-(8peelal.)
The funeral of Joseph O. Miles, who died
, here aged 82 years, occurred from his lato
home and was conducted by Elder George
Shearer. Interment was at the Soldier Val
ley cemetery. The deceased was born at
ftrnhfirniiffh. Vt.. married Nftnov Vrir-
rell and was the father of Ave children, of
whom two survive, Mrs. L. H. McWilllams
of this place and Benjamin Miles of De-
Mrs. Sen la Doll.
Mrs. Senla Doll, wife of William Doll,
died at 1:30 Friday afternoon at her late
I iSlTi?: "T? "I'Th rL""
to Omaha in 1S57. She was 73 years of age.
t rsi'AH ANTKfSU I t ME. FOR PILKS.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding piles.
Vour druggist will refund money if Vas't
Ointment ta'is to cure yuu in to U days. 6ur
Miss Edna B. Hawthorne, daughter of
Stuart Hawthorne, was married to William
H. Beeman by Rev. Charles W. Bavidjje at
i the residence of the latter Thursday even-
It Feels Mighty tood to Be Clear of
A Massachusetts woman had been a life
long touts drliiKer and was slow to sus
pect that it Was this hitblt that was making
her life miserable.
The knowledge came to her at last, for
tunately, before it was too late.
"1 can now see," she writes, "that the
use of the old kind of coffee was the cause
of my pour health, and before going any
further, 1 want to say that Poslum Food
Coffee has done more for me than all tne
dlfterent medicines 1 took in the years I
was ailing, for it has made me a well
omn, while the medicine always failed,
' I h.U. IUi.n rirlnbintf ,.a,i,n 9 na uta ......
u m.... .,.., . jm . u in , t .. u f will
now, and shall never give it up willingly.
"The first intimation of breaking i.eulth
that 1 had was when my stomach gave out;
my digestion was so Impaired that I had no
appetite for breakfast and but little for any
other meal. Then 1 became the victim of
sleeplessness, and arose in the morning
tired and languid and utterly unfit for the
duties of the day before me. I grew so
nervous that I could not hold my pen, my
flesh fell away and I became painfully thin.
"I must acknowledge the help tne doctor
gave me in finding out what was really
the matter with me, for after vainly pre
scribing medicines, he suggested that J
give up coffee. I did so, but with very lit
tle hope that It would do any good. I had
to have something in the way of a hot,
table beverage and fortunately, hit upon
"Quite a little time elapsed before the
coffee poison was worked out of my sys
tem, but this was at laet accomplished,
and from that moment my health Improved
in every way. Today I am as healtby a
woman as can be found. My strength has
returned, I sleep beautifully, my digestion
has been completely restored, and I enjoy a
good, hearty breakfast with no distress to
follow It. My nervousness has disappeared,
and I have taken on flesh so rapidly that
my friends tell me I am 'getting fat.' I
weight more than I ever did before." Name
given by Postum Co., tiallte Creek. Mich.
There's a reason.
Read the little book, 'The Road to Wall
vllle," In packages.
DOCTOR IS UNDER ARREST
Betttn Pbiicin ( barged with Complicity
in Bait Oats r order Miterj.
CHARGE PERFORMItu LlEGAl OPERATION
It Is Alleged that Olrl Failed
te Reeaver from Second Treat
ment and He Cat the
BOSTON, Nov . Following a brief con-
j creation by offlcere over the long-distance
telephone, the scene of the developments in
the famous suitcase mystery has shifted
from New fork back to Boston.. Dr. Percy
D. McLeod. a reputable physician of the
Back Bay district, was arrested today on
the charge of performing an Illegal opera
tion on Susan Geary, the Cambridge chorus
girl whose remains were found In two sult-
cases In the waters of Boston harbor.
Through the confessions of Louis Craw
ford and William Howard, the two men
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' thorltles received evidence which in their
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nnfnlnn Vlrrant.il th rr.at n f TW ILCTmti
opinion warranted the arrest of Dr. McLeod
this afternoon. It Is alleged that Dr. Mc
Leod was called Into the case after the
drat operation was performed In the Tre
mont street office, and that he performed
a second operation of a desperate nature in
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I young wom.n Miss Geary failed to recover
and it is alleged that Dr. McLeod, tn an
i '"-t to conceal the crime, dismembered
Will Be Arraigned Today.
Dr. McLeod will be arraigned In court to
morrow morilng. No sum had been set to
night as the amount of his ball bond, but
District Attorney M. J. 8ughrue stated that
owing to the gravity of the charge a large
bond would be necessary,
Morris Nathan, the lover of Miss Geary,
who had been arrested In Pittsburg last
Sunday night and brought to this city In a
state of collapse. Is gradually recovering
at the City hospital, where he was taken
on his arrival here, but Is not yet In a con
dition to be brought Into court. He will
probably be arraigned Monday.
While at first the police were of the opin
ion that Nathan was not directly connected
wltn tne case, they now say that Nathan
conducted the negotiations with the pro
prietress or the Tremont street establish
ment, the place with which Crawford was
connected, and that he was fully aware of
the re8ult of the P,'atlon-
Search for Another Man.
Tonight the police directed their energies
toward locating another man formerly con-
nected with the Tremont street office.
District Attorney Sughrue said that he
did not know whether Dr. McLeod, Nathan,
Crawford and Howard would be brought
before the present term of the grand Jury,
which completes its labors next week. He
said that there were still many details to
be worked out and other arrests to bo
PRINCE AT CAPITAL
(Continued from First Page.)
were kept waiting for more than en hour,
the prince, through a misunderstanding,
having returned to the embassy from the
White House. When he Anally arrived,
accompanied by his personal t taff, he
apologised quite frankly to tho secretary
and chiefs of bureaus and exnressed his
keen regret at the Incident.
The prince was considerably embarrassed
by the occurrence and Secretary Bona
parte's graceful remark that the pleasure
of welcoming the distinguished visitor to
the department quite compensated for the
delay was evidently appreciated ly the
prince. The prince was loudly cheered by
the employes of the department as he left
Dinner at British Em bossy.
Had the weather been clear Sir Mortimer
would have taken Prince Louis for a drive
over the city, but a drizzling rain set In
late In the afternoon and the drive was
abandoned, which gave the prince several
hours' rest before the elaborate Rtate din
ner at which the ambassador and Lady
Durand entertained in his honor tonight.
j Thlrty-slx guests made up the company
! t the dinner, which Included besides the
I prince and the officers of his party and
the embassy staff, the Secretary of Stat
and Mrs. Root, Admiral and Mrs. Dewey,
Lieutenant General and Mrs. Chaffee, Com
mander-in-Chief of the Atlantic Fleet and
Mrs. Evans, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Davis,
Rear Admiral Brownson, Assistant Becre-
i t A r v nf RtfltA And Mr Hflrnn anrl Attaint
ant Secretary of War and Mrs. Oliver.
Three hundred additional guests were In
vited at 10:30 for, the reception and ball.
The spacious state parlors of the embassy
were elaborately decorated with American
Be uty roses, violets and palms.
The prince received with the ambassador
and Lady Durand. those present including
the ambassador, ministers and charge d'af
faires of the diplomatic corps, the mem
bers of the cabinet and the ranking officers
of the army and navy.
Later In the evening the prince led the
way to the splendid ballroom of the em
bassy and opened the ball with Miss Du
rand. The brilliant scene in the ballroom
has seldom been equalled in Washington.
Despite his very active day, Prince Louis
gave no evidence of fatigue.
Program for Today.
Tomorrow he will be the guest of Lieu
tenant General Chaffee, chief of staff, at
an elaborate luncheon. In the afternoon
he will witness an exhibition cavalry drill
at Fort Myer and later attend a reception
at the commandant's quarters.
In the evening the prince will be the
guest of the president and Mrs. Roosevelt
1 at state dinner.
Thirty-six Junior officers from the British
squadron, six from each cruiser, are guests
of the American navy at the Arlington
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liltiri. i ttrr f innir 11VIU AlinttpullS lOOay
I in several special cars. Accompanying tlie.n
I were six American officers detailed to act
as their hosts during the two days they
will spend in the capital. Tomorrow an-
other body of thirty-six will come to Wash
ington, under escort of six American offl-
cers, and will remain here over Sunday as
guests of ths navy.
SUGAR MEN CALL MEETING
Dearer Chamber of Commerce Heads
Agitatloa Against Redaeed Tariff
o Philippine tagar.
DENVF.R. Nov. l.-Ths directors of tho
Chamber of Commerce last fclght voted to
send a letter to the chambers of commerce
throughout the west and middle west In
viting them to send representatives to a
convention to discuss the proposal on the
part of the national government to re
move the tariff upon sugar coming from
the Philippine islands, in part the letter
Wt believe that the time is very opror
tune to call a conference of a convention
of representatives of the leading commer
cial bodies of the sugar producing states to
take action looking toward a correct nnh').
opinion on this important subject and also
to secure the assistance of trie repr-sMM.
tives in congrens from the above states la
preventing such tariff legislation.
TO rtRB I OLD t USB DAT
E. W. Grove's signature Is un each box Ka.
jkr l.aHjilve ttrofiv. Quinine Vabla.a
brugglsts refund monsy if it falls to cure.
All Day Saturday and
Tho man of the house mar wish to help splpvt tho stovo. Itrlna
him In SsturdHy afternoon or evening. Let him see tho best stove
made and our low prices.
AND GONG CO.
4 J II- I A A
Heal Butter Scotch
"IT TASTES LIKB MORE"
JOHN G, WOODWARD fc CO.
-THE CAHOY MAN" Council 0offi. Iowa.
THREE ENGINES RUN AWAY
Oae Man (Killed and roar Fatally In
jured In Runaway Accident at
HAMMOND, Ind., Nov. 8. Three engines
became uncoupled from a sand train six
miles south of this city on the Indiana Har
bor railroad this afternoon and backed
down grade Into a stock train, killing O.
Babcock. a brakeman, Injuring four fatally
and demolishing eleven stock cars, one of
which contained eight blooded horses, all
of them being killed.
Fatally injured: ,
Ieon Near, brakeman.
William Franks, stockman
Ralph Friend, brakeman.
The other five Injured rnefi were Italians.
employed on a construction train.
Rnlldln at Kansas City.
ONAQA, Kas., Nov. I. The Peohner
building, containing several stores, was
destroyed by fire early today. The fire
men removed several persons from the up
per floors. Loss 50,000.
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Fair Today and Tomorrow In Ne
braska and Sooth Dakota Clondy
In Iowa Tomorrow. '
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1-Forecast of the.
weather for Saturday and Sunday:
For Nebraska, South Dakota and Kan
sasFair Saturday and Sunday.
For Iowa Fair Saturday; warmer In
north portion; Sunday, Increasing cloudi
ness. For Missouri Fair Satuvday; Sunday, '
For Utah and Colorado Fair Saturday
For Montana Fair and cooler Saturday;
Sunday, colder. .
OFFICE OF THE WFATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. Nov. 8. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years: 1WB. 194. ISM. 1901.
Maximum temperature.... BS 68 HI M
Minimum temperature.... 88 43 M 39
Metin temperature 47 M M 48
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1
and comparisons with the last two years:
Normal temperature 46
Kxres for the day t
Total exoess since March 1 SSt
Normal precipitation 06 Inch
Penciencv for the day f5 inch
Precipitation since Miirch 1 Jt K3 Inches
Te''clency since March 1 8.78 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period in 1904.. 4.20 Inches
Excess for cor. period in 1903.... 8. 62 Inches
Reports trim Stations at T P. M.
Station and State Tern. Max. Rain
of Weatner. 7 p. m
rtlamarrk. clear 48
C heyenne, cle:ir 40 bo
Chicago, clear 44 SO
Davenport, clear 42 ISO
Denver, clear 82 6H
Havre, clear to 61
Helena, part cloudy... 48 54
Huron, clear 40 64
Kansas City, clear M 80
North Platte, clear 63 M
Omaha, clear M 69
Rapid City, part cloudy..,. 44 64
St. I-ouls, clear 64 68
St. Paul, cloudy 96 8s
Felt I-le City, part cloudy 60 60
Valentine, clear 64 68
Wllliston. cloudy 44 62
T Indlistm trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
No cocoa equals Lowney's
in ttrenglh. Some are blacker
colored chemically but
inferior in real strength.
Lowney' Cocoa is not
loaded with ground cocoa
shells, flour, starch, or other
It Consists of nothing but
the choicest cocoa beans
ground to flour fineness.
The result is the most deli
cious, purest and finest fla
vored cocoa possible.
Such cocoa is Lowney's, if
made abroad and duties paid,
would cost double the Lowney
ISe Walter M. Lowney Co.,
Steel Ranges Base Burners
$25.00 up. $17.00 up.
iin ana rarnam uireexs. I f
I f I r t l-IIMMI Wl SSM lllllsHW
DEVELOPMENTS IN TODD CASE
Absence of Mod from Woman's Shoes
Strengthens the Theory
NEW YORK, Nov. .-Developments are
following each other fast in the Mrs. Mar
garet Tood mystery and one more may he
added as a result of the atopsy on the
body of Mrs. Todd, which will be held In
the presence of Coroners Scholer and
Dugan, the hitter of Philadelphia,
This examination Is expected to throw
light on the theory that the wealthy old
woman was drugged after her arrival In
Philadelphia from this city last week and
was then thrown In front of an onrushing
Reading train. Additional points support
ing the murder theory are being discovered,
one of the most significant being the fact
that there are no scratches or abrasion
or traces of mud or soli on the soles o(
the victim's shoes. This seems to show
that Mrs. Todd could not have walked
across the rough country and the mass of
railroad tracks to the place where her body
Coroner Scholer said that each s-irmcnt
of Mrs. Todd's clothing immediately above
the ten fractured ribs fitted her smoothly
and that he considered the whole case one
of great mystery. The vital organs which
will be examined for the presence of poison,
were removed and prepared for further t x
amlnatlon. Coroner Dugan of Philadelphia, who wiir
present at the autopsy, said he would em
panel a coroner's Jury at Philadelphia and
that an Inquest would be held there in nil
evidence obtainable. Both coroners' offices,
he said, would work together.
Woodward MP. DC
& Buigess MUK3
THIS AFTERNON AND TONIGHT
HEM RY W. SAVAGE Offers
The Cores n Comic Opera
THE SHO G L N.
SUNDAY. MONDAY, TUESDAY
Special Tuesday Matinee
Sun., Mon., Tues. Eve. THE PIT.
Tueadny Matinee TRILBV.
NO FREE LIST.
Nov. 10-11-RICHARD MANSFIELD.
BURWCQD Nights A Sun. Mats. loe. tU
THK WOODWARD STOCK IO
7th Pt Wefk This Afternoon, Tonight
THE LITTLE MINISTER.
Net Week IKCOU.
PROFESSIONAL MATINEE TUES
DAY AND DOUBLE ORCHESTRA.
Third Grand Ball J
Civsn by the Wk
aa . - - 1
united Hebrew Brotherhood
For the Bsnsfit of ths
Charitable Loan Assn.
Sunday, tlov. 5
At 6 O'Clock P. M., at
Continental Hall. 1 5th & Douglas
Admission, 50c Per Couple
A special prize in the shape of a ladles'
(old watch will be awarded.
And Her Concert Company
Wednesday Eve., November 8th
Reserved 8ats now on sale at the
Trier 91-00 to 91.50.
j(f D CRf IOHTOH
NOTE THE CLItTAIN WILL RISK AT
Prlcea Itie, 2r,c. BO,
KP II ft tH KATIft
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