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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1906)
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FALLING WALLS KILL ELEVEN
HgguohoMttt Buildinc Collapses Burrine;
sinpii.i.u., ill psiiusi -II milling-
Mibt War k men, TJodar th Debnt,
THE OMAHA DAILY BKE: "WEDNESDAY,
ll n( Come to our store Wednesday
If only to look aroun1. You will find many lini-gains that are not advertised. Come here and
wait for the big parade which will pass our door; make use of our free rest rooms, parcel
checking department, etc. Pure filtered ice water on main floor. Head items for Wednesday's
secial selling. ,
Am. PUorinrr Cola rf PViniro i around. w lth coloi eI embroidered dot ; very , are longer over hips and back than laat
UUr Uieanng Oaie OI WlOlCe .d)r,)fl for ,,,,,. coat ,,, or Mpllr,te '.eon. with the same graceful curve,.
In an event that few Omaha ladies lei pas
without taking advantage of. Only at thii
toion of the year run choice Wash Cloods
hp had at aurh a trifle.
WASH GOOt8 NOW PELI.INU AT 5C
ldcFatlte. iic Tissues. 23c Organdies.
WA8H GOODS NOW PKLL1NO AT l'KJ
23c Irish Dimities. J"c 811k Moussellncs,
c Mercerised Vicereine Bating, 40c !m-
ported Swisses, 4c Silk Organdies, fic Silk
WASH UOOD8 NOW SELLING AT 15C
4"c. Zephyr Ginghams. 4oo Mcrcerlied Taf.
Ma. Silk Organdies. &oo Silk Jac-
qunMs. tor Embroidered Tissues, toe Em-
hroldered I.lnons - In Basement.
$1.75 Embroidered Linen Suit,
ing, 79c per Yard.
Wednesday will be your Inst opportunity
t-i'hiiy these Linen Suitings, for we have
marked them at a price that will clean
tiiem all out rapidly only three pieces left
K-lnrh Embroidered Linen Suitings, white
ment s future Intentions. M. Stolypln
evidently believes sincerely that the plan
Is achievable hut there is little .hope that
either CJinjfcon" or Shluoff will in any way
ii'dke ttietjisi lf rt'i-v(iii Jiole lor the energet;
measures of repression which the em
peror's coup I' etate entails and. It la
certain that none of the constitutional
democrsta will brave the charge of open
treason 14 giving co-operation to any gov
ernment mensure after the) step to which
they committed themselves at Vlborg.
The plan, therefore, which Is foredoomed
to failure. seems to lie a deliberate plot
of the court camerlila to Induce the em
peror, who shows weakness In the present
crisis when energy and nerve are im
perative, to entrust the direction of affairs
to an advisory council and while nominally
the council would retain the authority the
esmerllla would gradually absorb Its
power and eiterclse a virtual dictatorship
ss did Count Lorls-MoHkoffs committee of
public eafety during the terrorist preced
ing the awwss, nation of Alexander II.
M. Shlpoff'a opinion of the dissolution
can be Judged by the fact that last night
he sent a note to a constitutional demo
crstic member of the council of the empire
Asking fpr a Invitation In the event that
the constitutional democrat group of the
council held a caucus.
Old F.aptonaae System Adopted. .
It la already certain that some con
sternation exists In the upper spheres
over the magnitude of the task they have aa
sumed.. .Events, are marching with start
ling rapidity. Having taken a decision to
sit on the safety ' valve the government
knows1 bf no' method except force and all
the old bureaucratic machinery of sup;
presslon has been placed In operation to
prevent an explosion. Domoclllary
searches continue In all quarters of the
capltol. the prisons are already filling and
the old system to conceal from the people
what Is happening haa been adopted. The
censorship of the press haa been resumed
with a vigor unknown since the daya of
the late Minister von Thieve accompanied
by the wholesale conviction' of newspapers.
No word of the proceedings have been per
mitted to be published. Telegrams from
the provinces telling of the universal In
dignation aroused by the dissolution and
even those from abroad outlining public
opinion In foreign countries have been
emasculated or 'suppressed. Not a word
of tie speech, of Premier Campbell-Banner-man
before the Interparliamentary union
In Ixndnn yesterday haa been allowed to
be printed. The editions of the ' Rech,
Strana and the Twentieth Century were
confiscated as they left the press Jhls
Cossacks In Rebellion.
At two meetings last night one near
Narva Gate and the other In the Vlbrogakt
district, across the ' Neva, the Cossacks
sent to disperse them refused openly to
do so and fraternised with the workmen.
Thla la partially confirmative of the revo
lutionists boast that the troops will not Are
again oft the people.
The moat serious Immediate problem
confronting the government la what to
do with . tba members of the outlawed
Parliament. Isolated arrests of members
have occurred In various parts of the
country and It Is difficult to see how the
government logically can avoid arresting
all who participated Id the Vlborg meet
ing. , - ,
The members of the Parliament expect
to be lodged In prison and the great bulk
of them, about 190 In number delayed their
departure until today In order to give the
permanent executive committee an op
portunity to confer.. It was decided to
return here this afternoon, the members
preferring to be arrested in a body than
be hunted do sen singly. ,
Troops at Rullway fttatlon
A representative of the Associated Press
who went to the Flnttsh railroad atatlon
' at noon when It waa r ported the members
were due to arrive, sew hslf a regiment ot
cavalry quarteitd In a court yard opposite
the station, whluh, su swarming with
grndarmes. The members of the perma
nent executive committee which Is headed
by Prince Paul Olgoroukoff together w!t
A Complete Novelette
Jtuthmr of "Thm Houi of
Mirth." appmart li tttt
skirts. Regular price is 11.75 a ysrd-
WEDNESDAY S PRICE TO CLOSE :C
FER YARD-MAIN FLOOR.
Our Customers' Deposit Ac
Is located In Balcony at rear of Main Floor.
We would be pleased to hare you call and
learn about this new way of having goods
I charged (on a caih basis). Deposit
lyour money tn our Deposit Account Depart.
j m(nti ,, hav, your purch charged to
thfl amount you have on depoalt. We pay
( pr rPnt interest, compounded every three
months. We do no banking business.
I LadieS GlOVeS.
The elbow-length Black Olace Kid Olovca
; have arrived, either Valleir or Trefousse
make; eatra good quality; per pair. $3.&0.
Black Mousquetslre "Armlete," a feature
of economy, as the "Armlets" receive de
cidedly less wear than the glove; per pair,
J. B. Corsets
Most of them are high bust and are from j
the home of the finest Corsetlerea. They
We close evenings at 5 o'clock, except Saturday at 9:30.
Howard Street, Corner Sixteenth.
.ts future plans are kept secret, but (t
Is virtually prepared to assume the role
of a direotorjr . ir provisional government
should developments make such a course
advisable. Such an Intention, however, la
not publicly, acknowledged, but all the
groups participating in the address' to the
country reslizo the gravity of the stand
they have taken.
"We carefully avoided summoning tin
active revolution,"- said one of the leaders
to the Associated Press. "We stand com
mitted before the country and the World
to the limits of passive resistance. Fur
ther than thla we did not go."
Dim Members Itetorn.
Over 100 of the Russian ntembera of Par
liament who yesterday Issued an address
to the country reached the Finnish station
here from Vlborg at 8 o'clock this morn
ing. A crowd of several thousand persons
gathered there before the arrival of the
train, but a heavy force of gendarmes
promptly hurried the people Into tne streets,
whence they were driven away by mounted
gendarmes. Several arrests of suspects
were made In the crowd, but the orders of
the pollca evidently were ' limited, to pre
venting a demonstration, the cavalry In a
neighboring barracks not appearing. The
laat ca,r ot the train waa occupied by the
members of the group of toll and had red
dags flying .from the windows as It rolled
into the station. Prince Dolgoroukoff and
M, Naboukoft beaded the members as they
marched out In a body through lines of
police. A few friends who managed to ob-
tain admittance to the atatlon greeted the
parllamentariana warmly, but they $ared
to Indulge In any demonstration which .
might have Justified the arrest of the mem-
uri) witu iumj Ajnicu iu w iurivunuuu
and marched off to prison. They appeared
grave but resolute. On. the train It had
been arranged that the members of the
various groups. If not arrested, should hold
a caucus this evening and confer on the
next atep. There seema practically no dif
ference of opinion. They have (one too far
to retreat. They stand Irrevocably com- ' committee will open headquartera at the
mtted and must march on. The only differ- ! Palmer house In Chicago Auguat 1. Final
ence of opinion la aa to what the next step ' arrangements were made today by Con
will be and how far It will go. j gressmari Henry T. Ralney of Carollton,
Before leaving Vlborg It waa arranged : III., and James T. Lloyd of Missouri, who
through underground revolutionary chan- ; were appointed by Chairman James M.
nets to distribute the addresses to the coun- ' Griggs of the congressional committee to
try, hundreds of thousands of copies of , direct the movement. Mr. Lloyd will be
which have already been surreptitiously In charge, assisted by Mr. Ralney. The
printed. The members of Parliament,
therefore, have already opened an alliance
with the purely revolutionary organisations.
The opinion la also unanimous that they
must have Immediate recourse to the only
weapon at their disposal, namely, a general
political strike for the purpose of paralys
ing! the government. Word has been re
ceived here that the Moscow workmen's
council will be ready Sunday or Monday
and a tentative decision to call a strike wilt
be taken on Sunday.
Csnr Sentenced to Death.
Proclamations announcing that tbe death
sentence haa been Imposed on the emperor,
General Trepoff, M. Pobledonostseff , who
. . " . . ., - '
General Orloff, the "pacificator of the
Baltic provinces, and other, have been
.c.ttered over part of Peterhof,
I M A 1 -i - ...
in icrruriEia are iu iu liav. luccnora
In distributing copies of the sentences on
the doors of General Orloff and General
Two Deputies Arreated. .
VIBORQ. Finland, July 34. During the
night the members of the outlawed rlua
sian Parliament received word that two
of their number had already been arrested
nameiy. ratner .oyamoa. i ronein,..
and a Cossack deputy, M. Kharlamoff, at
The authoritiea are asked to have orders
to arrest several social democrats, espe -
daily a priest named Afanaaieff.
Both Father Koyarkoff and M. Khar-
lamoff distinguished themselves by
preaching revolution from the rostrum
of Parliament, the latter being especially
bitter In his denunciation of the use of hla
people in masaacrelng their, Russian!
Russian Securities rail. -
LONDON, July tt.-The new Russian
loan continues to fall on the Stock ex
change and re now quoted at 12 per rent
discount. Oitherwls. the market la re
covering from the first shock of the news
from Russia, and prloaa generally are
PARIS, July H The tone of the Bourse
today was again animated, but Russians
held their own during the first hour. Rus
sians held their own until Ixndon advices
j showed a further decline. .Thla precipitated
new offers, but there was no serious decline.
Imperial 6s of 18t. closing at 78.75 and '4a
of 11 closing at Ii7,i0. Russian industrials
ST. PETERSBURG. July 24 Trading
on the Bourse waa not' so excited today
aa yesterday.. A fairly successful effort
waa made to stay tba fall In Industrial
and private shares, generally,., but the
steady liquidation pf government securi
ties continued throughout the day. Ira-
perial 4a tloacd a point tower, at IS, and
Is lost t points, 'closing at 10.
Disorder In Odessa
LONDON, July HA -A dispatch la Reuter s
T.lnrriim eomnanv from Drfaiaa t 1 n m
ays: Anu-jewtsn outbreaks nave com
menced here. A number of persons have
already been killed or wounded.
Cossacka and readies are plundeitng. the
The materials are of batiste and models
n,ost ehsrly. Prices, $1.00. $1.50 and 1200
each Second Floor, j
Specials from Men's Dept.
If you need an extra undergarment or a
shirt to finish out the season select from
these and save money.
One of our regular 50c numbers, known
as "crepe knit," very light in weight. Just
the right kind for hot weather wear, now
on special sale at
35C EACH, THREE FOR $1.00.
An odd lot of Madras Shirts, some light
colors,- and a great many pretty plnka
among them, mostly all sizes; sold regular
at 11.00 and $1.50 each
REDUCED TO 9C EACH.
Pretty line of White Wash Four-ln-Hands,
special good values, at 25c each.
Why wear an unsightly Suspender over
your shirt when you can wear one of these
comfortable Coatlesa Suspenders under your
shirt. Ask to aee them 30c per pair Main
lejerted Jewish houses and shops.
on fereclnata street three Jews were
killed and three, were wounded In attempt
ing to . defend their property while the
police . looked .on.
Another bloody conflict is now reported
to be In progress in Stepoval atreet
The whole city Is In a state of panic.
Aiany of the inhabitants are fleeing.
The Black Hundreds are distributing
bloodlnlrsty proclamations in the streets.
Serious disturbances took place in the
remote quarters of Odessa Isst night. The
Jews sought refuge In the center of the
city. Many of them left Odessa altogether,
ODESSA, July 24.-1:3 B. M.r-Tfiere haa
been no actual program here today, but
drunken Cossacka endeavored to Instigate
an anti-Jewish' massacre In the industrial
suburb of Maldovanka, but were scattered
by Infantry, who Instantly surrounded the
Jewish quarter and threatened to annlhll
ate the Cossacks. The latter were with
drawn to the barracks by their command
Under sudden terror BiiO Jewish families
sought refuge In other parts of the city
Bombs for Four Stores. -
SOSNOWICH, Russian Poland, July 24.
Simultaneously at noon yesterday bombs
were thrown Into the four stores of the
Singer Sewing Machine company, located
here at Brndxln, at Kawlerze and at Caen-
ttochau, wrecking each of the shops.
Workmen's Connrllmen Taken.
MOSCOW, July 24.-The police today, at
tempted to capture -all the, delegates to. the.
workmen's council, but only succeeded n
Cong-resstounl Committee Will Open
Western Hendqnartera In
Chlrago August 1.
CHICAGO, July $4. The western division
of the democratic congressional campaign
western division will Include Ohio and aH
northern states west of It and ' all atatea
west of the Mississippi river except Texas,
Arkansas and Louisiana.
JOB TENDERED TO STICKNEY
Head of Chlengro
Offered. Place .
O rent Western
KANSAS CITT. Mo., July 24.-A special
to the Journal from Waahlngton, D. C,
I saya: A. B. Stlckney, president of the
Chicago Great Western Railway company,
: haa been offered a place on the interstate
'commerce commission by President Roose-
, . '
T, Tah ffer f e P0811'00 w" m"d
to Mr. Stlckney Ave days ago.
CODCPACT flC TUC 1ACATUCD
rUntUMOl UT lilt WtAlnCn
Thnnderehetvers In Nebraska Today,
Cooler In Northwest Portloni
WASHINGTON. July !4 Forecsst of the
weather or Wednesday and Thursday:
For Nebrask'a Thunder showers Wednes-
ron. . northw... ortlon: Thura-
, a4y far
i For Kansas-Fair Wednesday, warmer lu
) portn; Thursday fair.
j For i0wa-Fmlr Wednesday, showers and
cooler ,t nght or Thuraday.
I Kor Missouri-Fair Wednesday, warmer in
outh portion; Thursday fair.
j For south Dakota Thunder ahowers
: Wednesday, cooler tn central and east por-
tons; Thursday fair.
For Wyoming and Montana-Fair Wed-
nesday and Thursday. '
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, July U. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years: l- l-10
Maximum temperature 4 7S 7
Minimum temperature.... 3 M ) 7
Mean temperature 74 6 70 7
Precipitation 00 .0 .00 .10
Temperature and Drectpitatlon departures
j from the normal at Omgha since March 1.
I ana compwrinon wim iuu v
leflclrn y for the day
Total deficiency since March 1.
Deficiency for the day
Total rainfall atnee March 1
Deficiency aince March 1
Pendancy for cor. period In
. .14 Inch
. .14 Inch
.15 37 inches
1 !1 Inches
1 M Inches
Deficiency for cor. pertoa in is.. s.i incurs
Heuorta from Stations at T P. M.
Station and State
Davenpurt, clear .
7 p. m. Temp
IKnver. part ciouoy.
j Havre, part cloudy.
Huron. prt cloudy.
Kanxaa City, clear..
Omaha, psrt cloudy.
i Rapid City, raining
Ht. Pauk clear
Halt 1-ake City, clear.
T Indicate trace of precipitation.
1 A. WELSH, Local Fotacaatar.
EIGHT INJURED AND fIVE ARE MISSING
Tottering Walla aa Plllnre mmi
Hssilsg Hen ma Mnke Work f
Katrlratlna; Bodies IXffl-
SOUTH FRAMINQ1I AM. Mass., July 24.
Although the search for the bodies of
workmen and other persons thought to be
burled In the ruins of the collapsed busi
ness block on Concord street continued all
last night and throughout the day. the
coming of nightfall found the task of th
aesrehers still far from completion.
The finding of the body of Henry U
Sawyer, a prominent hardware dealer,
who went to the building to Inspect the
plumbing plsns, brought the number of
dead up to eleven, and It Is believed that
there are four more In the rulne.
At dawn there were still nine oodles at
the morgue, one other victim could be
seen In the ruins, eight of the Injured
were at the hospital, two others were
at their homes while the list of missing
still remained at six, msklng a total of
twenty-six, who so far as could be lesrr.ed
early todny were about the building when
tne support gve way and sent the tons
of cement. Iron columns and steel beams
crashing In a tangled mass Into the base
A revised list of the dead and wounded
and missing follows.
CHARLES BI.TTHE. "nmh Framing
ham, superintendent of construction.
HENRY L. SAWYER, hardware dealer.
C. F. HARDY. Natlck. head plasterer.
PATRICK PRENDERGAST, Newton
Upper Fulls, plasterer.
FRANK DRI8COLL, Newton Highlands,
JAMES WELCTf. Wesfboro. plasterer.
LT MHRTNO A I OT STINO. lsborer. .
ROMO MARCHIE. Isbnrer.
jnSFPH PROT'T, laborer.
UNIPFNTlFIFn BODY, at morgue.
UNIDENTIFIED ROPY. In ruins.
Injured and Missing;.
The Injured Include: '
( W. Hutchinson, Holllston, Mass.,' arms
and head Injured.
Chester Nlcholsen. back Injured and
.bruised hesd an srms.
! Frerl Howe, scalp wounds and Injured
John Hacksett, arm broken and! he-ad
James Mulrahy, fractured arms and leg
Louis Pelgrlnnl. Injured hesd and chest.
Edgar Bower, scalp wounda and , right
O. M. Amsden, South Framlngham,
owner of building, fractured leg.
Nesl O'Brien, South Framlngham.-
Fred Cunningham. t
' The tottering Walls and plllara and the
hanging beams and girders made the work
of extricating the bodies not only difficulty
The cause of the accident could not be
'definitely learned today,- The town hs no
building laws and any proceedings against
a contractor or other persons In connection
with faulty construction will have to be
upon another charge, and any action will
have to be brought by state officiate Instead
of the local authorities.
tll KILLED I RAILROAD WRECK
Train Leaves Track- Xear Cnraden.
Wash., PlnnsrJns; (Vrer Rmnnnknsent.
SPOKANE, Wash.. July 24 When the
Spokesman-Reviews ? staff correspondent
left the scene tf: the disastrous Great
Northern wreck, thirty mllea eaat of Bpo
kane, at S o'clock; -none of the bodies bur-
fled tn Diamond, bike -had been recovered.
Efforta with a ;steam derrick to, raise, the
submerged locomotive and the care were
unsuccessful. , The known dead number
six, but many In the tlclnlty of the wreck
believe that the number will be Increased
to twelve or fifteen. .
Spreading rails, probably cauaed by aun
kinks, waa given aa the cause. The dead:
N. EDWARD MCNSON. engineer, H1U
FRANK BELL,' fireman, Hillyard.
CHARLES DANKgK, mail clerk, Spo
GEORGE R. STRICKLAND, express
GEORGE HOWARD CURTICE, Spo
T. J. DOLBOW, Spokane.
UNIDENTIFIED, MAN, at Buchanan'
undertaking rooms; has brown mustache
and wears an Odd Fellows; pin. ' .
Among the seriously Injured are:
John Lord, Seattle, actor, left hand cut,
face bruised and back hurt.
Walter N. Roas, news agent, Seattle,
wrist cut. ,.
Henry Byocum, ' Mlnot. N. V., badly
burned and hurt internally.
Immediately after the smoker struck the
water there was a- blinding flash, which
spread over the part of the car not sub
merged, and a fire followed.
The Impact waa 'so terrific that several
cars on the rear ot the traln were wrenched
and twisted.: and the fact that the coup
lings did not break on the dining, tourlat
and aleeplng cars waa the only thing that
averted even greater less of life.
Englner Munsoa and Fireman Bell evi
dently stuck to their posts, and t Is be
lieved, too, that the locomotive la In from
100 to 300 feet of water. , Two dlvera made
half a dozen attemnta to find the locomo
tive, but were not successful.
W. 8. Nlnneman,' a contractor for iron
work on the Oregon Railroad and Naviga
tion company, broke through a wlnddw to
escape from the burning and half sub
merged smoker. Mr. Nlnneman aald:
"We were coming at a fearful speed
HACK TO PULPIT
What Food IHti for a Clergyman.
A minister of Elisabethtown tells how
Grape-Nuts food brought him back to hla
pulpit: "Some S years ago I had an attack
of what seemed to be La Grippe which
left me in a complete . state of collapso
and I suffered for some time with nervous
prostration. My appetite failed and I lost
flesh till I was a mere skeleton, life was
a burden to me, I lost interest tn every
thing and almost In everybody save my
"Then on the recommendation of some
friends I began to use Grape-Nuts food.
At that tlms I waa a misers bis skeleton,
without appetite and hardly able to walk
across the room, hsd ugly dreams at night,
no disposition to entertain or be enter
tained and began to shun society.
"I Anally gave up the regular mlnlatry.
Indeed 1 could not collect my thoughts
on any subject, snd became almost a
hermit. After I had been using the Grape
Nuts food for a short time I discovered
that I waa taking on new life and my
appetite began to Improve; I began to
sleep better and my weight increased
steadily; I had lost some 60 pounds, hut
under the new food regime I have regained
almost my former weight and have greatly
Improved In every way.
"1 feel that 1 owe much to Grape-rAits
aad can truly recommend the food to all
who require a powerful rebuilding agent
delicious to take and always welooms."
Name given by Post urn Co, Battle Creek.
Mich. A true natural road to regain
health, or hold It, Is by the use of a dish
of Grape-Nuts and cream morning and
night. Or have' the food made Into some
of the many delirious dishes given In the
recipe book found In pkgs.
. Ten day's trial of Orspe-Nuts helps many.
"There's a reason."
Look in pkgs. for copy of the famous
llf.ls book. "Th Road to Wellvlla."
Are Still Observing Red-Lelter Day in the Big Store.
Red-Letter Day Means Extra Stamps and Extra Bargains.
Ladle' Summer Presses at price that are appalling.
Organdie, Madras. Dimity, Ltnon. Lawn, white,
fancy and dark color dresses worth $3.95. $4.60,
14.96, $5.50 ahd 5.95 all bunched IOC
I.ADIKH' WASH WAISTS Half off ain't in It be
aide the prices we. are making. Just come and com
pare our waists at 48c, 98o, !M.fl and $2.98 with any
waist in town at three time the price and you will
surely deride in favor of our.
II KMX A NTS OK SILK About SOO remnant tn
length from H to 10 yard each, Including many of
this season's most popular style.
COI)RKI WOOL DMKSS GOODS.
4 0-Inch All Wool Panama, in blue and white, black
and white, red and white and brown and white
checks. These goods have been sold regu
larly for 75c yard special, yard
IILACK WOOL DIIKSS GOODS.
54-inch Black Mohair Sicilians, rich
rormer price 75c yard special
Wednesday only, yard
RED-LKTTKK DAY SrKCIALS IN WASH GOODS.
Just a few of those choice suitings such as Voiles
and French Ginghams, that aold to 45c f
yard for Wednesday only, yard J0
If you want something for a nice, cool dress In Lawns,
Batistas or Organdies, don t miss our sale o,f these
goods Wednesday that are worth to 30c r
yard all go at one price yard IOC
fifty odd H-dozen lots of Napkins that sold to $2.50
dozen, put in' at one price for Wednesday "7 C
A good Fure Linen Towel, In huck and damask, worth
36c each for. Wednesday only
each. . . .'
Linen Finish Suiting that sold at 15c yard
Wednesday only yard
L. L. Unbleached Muslin for Wednesday
Good quality American Prints, In grey, blue
and red for Wednesday only yard
O'Donahoe-Redmond Co. 1Td
through that tunnel and we passengerf
were all wondering If the engineer hsd
lost his senses, driving at i.itst rate of
speed with a sharp curve ahead. I think
we must surely have been, going forty-five
miles an hour."
Statement from Offlrlals. y
ST. PAUL, July 24. The office of General
Superintendent Blade of the Great Northern
railroad today gave out the following state
ment regarding the wreck near Camden,
Wash., late last night:
Train No. S. engine No. 30, left the track
at the west end of the tunnel one and one
half miles east of Camden, Wash., and
ninety miles cast of Mpokane. The engine
and the mall csr went lulu the lake and
are out of sight. The baggage car also
went Into the lake, but Is merely sub
merged below the surface.
Knglneer Mtinson, Fireman Bell. Bag
gageman Strickland, Mall Clerk Charles
Dnnners and one passenger George E. Cur
tis of Bokane were drowned.
The following were Injured:
T. J. Delbow, Edward Neweonib, C. J.
McHilla, Jamea.' Durbln. Thomas wainch,
I.uker MlUnkeeonhlc, all of Spokane; John
l.ord and wife, Seattle; Klmer K. Hill of
Colfax, Wash. Three others also received
slight bruises. ....
The gas tank under the mail car exploded
and set fire to the first-class coach, but the
tire waa extinguished by the train crew
and passengers. The tourist and diner
dropped off the rails, but. the sleeper re
mained on. A relief train with physicians
waa on the scene In forty-five minutes and
the passengers were transferred and taken
to Spokane, where the Injured are reatlng
easily. None waa fatally hurt. The cauae
of the derailment haa not been learned.
Wreck Hear Boundary Line.
ST. PAUL. July 24. A report has been
received at the headquartera of the Great
Northern of a wreck on that road near
the International boundary near Nelson,
B. C. early. Sunday morning In which four
persona were killed and aeven injured.
JUDGE TQWNSKND of Rossland.
D. M. M'KTNNON, purser of the Great
Northern steamer Kaslo.
W. J. SMITH, saloon keeper of the
Kaslo. , .
Unidentified miner from Spokane, Waah.
The train had Just crossed Beaver creek
and waa on a trestle. The buffet car be
came derailed and went over In the chaam
down the side of a steep precipice and
landed 500 feet below. .
The baggage car, smoker and first-class
coach remained on the track.
The dead and injured were In the buffet
Democrats Endorse Hoosevelt.
WEBSTER CITT,' la., July 24. -MSpeclal.)
The Democratic county convention In thla
city today nominated the following ticket:
Kor representative, N. I Rood, Webster
City; supervisor, third district, R. L. Dol
little, Blalrsburg; supervisor, second dis
trict. J. H. Sparboer. The central commit
tee Is empowered to place in nomination a
full county ticket In caae later develop
ments In state politics Indicate any show
for democratic nominees. The resolutions
of the convention commend .President
Roosevelt, Indorse Bryan and instruct the
delegates to the state convention for John
V. ,Denlson. Roosevelt's policy as to the
rate bill, packing house Investigation, etc.,
are given particular mention.
Injared by Jumping on Fork. x
PIERRE, S. P., July 24. (Special Tele
gram.) Paul Anderson, a young man from
the vicinity of Preaho, waa brought to
the hospital today so seriously injured
that hla recovery Is doubtful. He Jumped
off a load of hay, striking on a fork handle
In euch a manner that It entered his per
son, tearing his Internal organa. The for
mer home of the young man waa at Can
ton. Smallpox on Isthmus.
WASHINGTON. July 24. W. C. Gorgaa,
the chief sanitary officer on the Isthmus
of Panama, made a report on the smallpox
situation at Colon. About thirty-five canes
have been quarantined, all oT which were
found In the aame part of Colon. So far
there have been no deaths and Colonel
Qorgaa saya there seems to be no danger
of an epidemic.
Switchman Fatally Hnrt.
FORT DODGE. Ia., July 24 (Special )
Earl James, switchman In the Illinois Cen
tral yards here waa today run' down by a
switch engine. His head was crushed, two
ribs driven through his lungs and a leg
severed from the body. He will probably
rteld Property Moved.
CHICAGO. July 24. Corporstlon Coun
sel Lewis complained to the board of re.
view that the estate of the late Marshall
Field bad removed stock snd bunts
valued at I-'.'jM "' to New York to avoid
taxation here. Counsel for the estate states
that the property is not taxable.
Weber Sentenced to liana;.
Al'BI'R.N. Cal.. July U. Adolph Weher,
who murdered his fi ther. mother, brother
and sister st this place tw years ago. In
order to obtain possesion of the fsnvlv
eatste of about t" '- A waa brought Into
court tods and sentenced lo be hii4 -ej.
All Silk Washable
plain colors Nos. 22, 40, 60 and 80
special, a yard, 15c and
luster, dust proof
7oc A Hover Embroideries, cut price, a
60c Corset Cover Embroidery, cut price, a
39c Corset Cover Embroidery, cut price, a'
material enough for Bny size waist our
75c value, special, each .......'.
Our $1.00 value,, special,
4 PER CENT INTEREST
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE GOVERNMENT
CITY AND COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS, SECURITY
OVER A MILLION ASSETS.
Largest and Strongest Savings Bank in Nebraska. '
CITY SAVINGS BANK,
16th and Douglas Streets.
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the Foleom penitentiary on September 12
next. Once before the youth wns sentenced
to death, hut his appeal to -the supreme
court served as a stay of execution.
thief of Police Holds Pine.
EAST ST. LOriS, July 24.-Chief of Po
lice Gooige O. Purdy, who was laat night
officially ousted from his position by ac
tion of the city council. Is still In power
and declared- todar t!ist he will not relin
quish his position until Mayor Silaa Cook,
who appointed him, telle him to do ao.
Mayor Cook atated that he will not tell
Chief Purdy to step down and out, asserting
that Purdy Is legally and officially the chief
of police, despite tne council s action, and
will remain In power. Chief Purdy's orders
were obeyed by the police today aa usual.
The council's action waa the culmination
of a contest of long standing. '
Insurance Com pony Leaves Cnllfornln
SAN FRANCISCO. July f4.-The Milwau
kee Mechanics' Insurance company of Mil
waukee, Wis., has , withdrawn from the
state of California and given notice to all
Its agents to cease writing business here.
The company's loss in the fire which It In
tends to pay amounts to 1,4M,018.S7. Its
total ahsets are $2.!97.070.4. The company
of ita loases out here, of t327,915.&.
Ilssgkter Houses Closed.
PHILADELPHIA, July 24.-At a meeting
of the Hoard of Health today announce
ment was made that twenty slaughter
houses recently condemned aa unsanitary
had closed permanently. Sixteen other
establishments were improved by order of
the board and the owner of one slaughter
ing house who refuse to obey the mandate
to improve his plant was ordered prose
cuted. . .
sraswJtaf the kas wk.M ot cuLt-(m Uu.
Yps oa pet wist roe wM ot tour auk H
roauuatoa k. $1.50 nj awn.
Ob sod of lit. cost
ciucTT, pEaeoov a eo.
IrfPN Mmkmof ColUn put Skill, la Up WotM
VINTON ST. PARK.
OMAHA VS. OES MOIHES
July 23. 24. 25. 25.
Two games July 25, lt called 30.
MondayvJuly 23, Ladles' Day
HKIV-LKTTFU DAY SPKC1AL IN r ANCY OOMIW.
Odd lot of manufacturer's sampK lin Of fancy Gold
and Jeweled Back Combs, worth to $1.00 . M Q
each sale price, each . ,- . 'f'OC
And double trading stamps.
CANVAS HAND HAGS.
That sold for 69c each they are fancy embroidered
with little purse Inside will be sold 7 f
Wednesday each DOC
And Ten Green Trading ' Stamps, t.
KLD-LKTTKK DAY KIHIION SPKC1AL.
Taffeta Ribbons, In 'a full ranee of
And double trading stamps.
RKD-LKTTI'.R DAY 8ALK OK RMBROIPEHIKS. -
Wednesday we will give special Embroidery values
and double stamps with every yard" purchased. -
10c to 50c Embroidery Edges and Insertions, flotinc- ,
ing and yoking widths cut price, a yard, . r
25c, 19c, 15c 10c and ; . JC
High ("las Embroidery Batiste, Allovers, Edges, In
sertions and Medallions, in the most npto-date pat
terns, all marked at special prices, and double
stamps given with each yard.
.RED-LETTER DAY SALE OK WAIST PATTERNS,
Embroidered Batiste Waist Patterns,
And Double Green Trading Stamps.
Ladies, remember that our Great July Closing Halo
ends next Saturday evening. You can save 50 cents
on every dollar's worth you bny of us this week.
Wnen You Write, to
h ' t
remember It only takes an extra atroke or -two
of tbe pen to mention the fact that yon
saw the ad. In Tba Be.
ppptangptabtMiiMs g I .laVppn-ppnpbpVt
Harney and 19th Sts. TeL Doug. 81S
Tonight 8:11. Garden Concert 7:48. 1
Ideal 8ummr Entertainment
Everything first class, clean add
cool. Roomy seats; courteoua attend--ants.
Beautiful Illuminated garden.'
No liquors sold; no saloon In neigh
borhood. MR. AND MRS. WATEROUS ''
Famoua Vocal Artists, Head a
STAR VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
Russell and Held, singers and
dancers. Hugh McCormlck, the Eng
lish ventriloquist. Marckley, world's
foremost banjolst. Pauline Courtney,
with new songs. "In Old Virginia,''
Intensely interesting comedy drama,
. by clever Bijou Stock Co. Novel
Popular Prices 10c, 20e, 30o.
Wednesday and Saturday Matinees
Beat seats 20 cents.
Great Musical Attraction
-B KG 1 N N I NJ-
MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 23
AND CONTINI'INU AI.I. WEEK.'
The Royal Hawaiian Band
AND 7- ' '".'
Royal Hawaiian Orchestra and Glee Ciao
Assisted by Several' KarnoU Vocal Solohus
All Native llawalians fron) Honolulu
Matinee at . i to and Kv nihg vConcirl' (t
i;30 Kve.y Day During ihr Wmk.V .
Rcrved Seat Sale-Now On at' The'-'
I'OI'l'l.AR PRICKS-r, Sac and 5V"
S KRUG PARK S
Have You Heard the Slayton
.Mat luce at 3 p. ni.
Knfca;f"u '' close Wed. Kvt
Kvery Evening tUi Week, Mr, Hn.
ford IKxItfc and l ompnnr, in
ON t'AKSKH DDK AZAX V
An open air iiroductlon.
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