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THK OMAHA SUNDAY KEK: OCTOTiKTl 14, inofi.
TflPplio'nc'DoviUi, M,8,r,. , , . ,
..IN THE LINEN EXHIBIT..
. Take the trip yourseir, with your eyes as a private car. Thousands of miles are represented in this great collection of ex
quisite art linens; more talked about in Omaha than any linen dis play that has ever been made for years.
. See the beautiful pieces displayed in our Sixteenth street window.
When to start: From France for the lace that go into our really
great pieces. Real hand made cluny lace finger bow) dollies, tumbler
dollies, plate dollies, center pieces, scarfs, tea and luncheon cloths.
Pricel from 92S.OO to 4UR.OO Kach. ,
Cross the Channel to Ireland: Ileal Irish hand embroidered
dollies, center pieces, '..lunch cloths, tea cloths, scarfs, sheets, bed
spreads withroll. to match.' -: .
rriwd from 50c
All these wonderful works of art can be viewed at Thompson, Beldeu & Co. 's great linen
words to tell how wonderful it all is. Main floor.
Display of New Millinery.
lNCLirfclNO STYLES FOR t TH E COM-
INO HORSE SHOW. FRIpAY.
OCTOBER 19TH. .
t , '
There Ms always a pleasure It -viewing
thing where the surroundings .arc ih ar
tistic an: assortmentscompe,te'.,;,Trlls dls
plsy o(T uch an opportunity; ;wh4jtt we
are sure'wtU be appreciated by ths fcoynt
les number, of women who recognise
Thompson, Belden Se 4"o- as their author
ity, and who appreciate the truly artistic
In women's, head wear.
We are striving- - ti have women ' in
Omaha assoulate.thls department with their
needs. , '
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Laces and Embroideries.
Just nw when one Is beginning to think'
of Christmas work, we are showing dainty
valencletihes laces, both In real and Imita
tion, foi, handkerchief and collar and CUt
making?.' - ' 1 ' '-,
Laces for- fancy aprons', tci uhlos,.jin. .
fact, aut'klnd. of hnaV .work. AMarne
' range oj! prices. Vey.. flns narrow wlss
inserting for colla and? cuff 'riaklng, - to
be combined with valcnclennes-lace.'- Ask
to see iqlir real'ltnen Insertlng-for this pur
r0se. " '
Plain and fancy hemstitched embroidery
for collars snd 'tufts requires l't yards
for t.; . ...
Basement Lace Special.
Monday morning in the ' basement lace
section .we place on -sale, hundreds of yards
of Valenciennes laces, from si to 2 Inches
In widths Tlieae are laces you would will
ingly pay ftc to 15o a ysrd for. The pat
terns are pretty.-'just what fou Will need
for fanoy aprons or other Christmas work,
here early and you will have, first
Second Inning, National Evers
AValsn 'to Dononue. Kiing waited
bass on' balls. Keuibach sacrinced.
to uorrohue. Horftnun struck ut a
tnrown out, Sullivan to Donohue, a.
van dcitpped the ball. No runs.
'I'hWii innitia . Americasr-isbeil do
left Held. Davis doubled Into the rid
crowd Bcorlna lebell. . Pfeister wi
iutea;ior neuioacn. none iru:n
uliuemUa hit by a pitched ball. Di
.- J ' i . . . 1.-. . ... Tlnli.r
iurceti 'IHUIIUC, XI. i ri . iv (in.., -
ker mKWd double play by throw
Co firwiiiDavis and Dougherty acco
a doUHste&), scoring on tne ste
acoruiif. . biuuvHti-jitnneci. i rui
Thli'fl Ihnlng. Natlonal-Sheckard
SchuitiS 'weilV to second on Davis'
the, crowd on an easy bounder.
grounded out, - Davis tO: Donohue.
Mulnk td third.' Stelnfeldt out,
Donohue. No runs. Nationals,- $
.nr. a . ,
Fourth Inning, American Walsh
Hahn bunted, forcing Walsh at
Btelnfcldt to; Tinker. Jones single
Hahn golhg to second, isneu ao
the third Ume, scoring 'tiann. ju
to ihlrd. ,JPvls doubled to left.
Jones nnd isneu. veru mm
Pfels(r. Rohe walked. ' Donohu
Into tbe left field crowd, scoring
Hohe going, to third. Doughert
Itobe going, tu inirci. uougnei
Relmlte and Rohe' tried to score
but was doubled up, Scb.ul.te.. to
Wlrna- Felte nulls.
rf , tn
Fsurtn latum. wuoii-.nnt
. .. V..Irf ifinWei and Overall, 6. First base on halls: Off Ruel- tlonalults, Governor Nunes and Congrcs?
!wld' balls. Kling fanned. Tinker ana $ Pfi.P i- off Walsh. S: oft ... ... v.
Evwr wjrhj ! "ir;?,7h'
.'ruv ouu. Tlnke, .jojpsd
Kvers being held ft th(rd. Hoffrnan walk ed.
BheckSrd fsnned. One run. Americans, i,
N8!i?5a,:-.L'- ' .';l-.iV.i.,iHv.n out.
Fifth Inning. American Sullivan out,
Fifth Inning .'National Schults pop fouled
to Sullivan- Chancs doubled to right, label!
making a great try for It. . Hteinteioi, men
oul 16 Jones. Tinker out. Davis to Don-
ohus. Nd run; Americans, 7; Nationals, f
uiikIi inttlnv American donea struck our.
IstlJ.doubled'past nrst base, the ball going
to the1, crowd., Davis out, . Kvers '? '.J
Isbell ffotur lntro. none i rn.tu w
rlgnti scormg isDen. none weni i. "n n
on e.wllil -pitch.- JJonohuo out, Overall to j
cnaiuie. .una, run. . .,
Slstti Inning. National Kvera out, Davis
to Donohue. Kllng went out the same way,
Davis to. Deinohue. Overall walked. 8u
did .Hnfrmsn..., Bheckard singled to Rohe.
who threw To', second, but too late to get
tlorrmsit.. ' oenue nanuuru ovw jhi v
head, . sending In Overall nnd Hoffman.;
Chance out, Isbell' to nuHoTme. Two runs.
Amw-U-sns, I; Nationals, ft,.-. i
Seveqth ; inning, , American Dougherty
fli.i'tn irnrrmftti fiolllvHn' nied to Kvers.
nied tn Kvers
Waisn faimf d. No runs. ' - "
Eleventh -Inning, NamnaP-Btelnfelrtt dou-
bled to the- left fleld crowd snd Walsh was
i.Tnn iV-l-Tn Doi
to Donomie'fUemreklt- wkhJ'i ta vttihrdij cesAmltt,", sulclds,. by -eutting bja throat,
Kllng out; Rohe to Donohilrt No runs. ;ih, tragedy waa enacted at the Mlntootli
AEhmn,AmaerlcL toinome nBr Newport. Tm ,
tnn.H . foul tA'Riein- It Is lielleved Mintooth beoame suddenly
feldt. lebell 'fanned. Nq.ruejs ,
Kighth . Inning, XtllOVerall. went,. worK.i" The children were oral
out on a, fast roundr o Donbhu. Hoft-1 .. V . 7 e. ,
man faaaed. ShecSard wasVafe on IslellsV1,,UBt' nvs ,been lnstantaneoi
fumble. 'tBchulte sitle- to Da,vhi nnd
Sheckard was out truing to' make tiird U
"ntMYnnm" " Am?rTcan-D
Slwckarii. Rohe beat out a bunt t. U-ft.
Donohus out. Tinker to - Chance. Rohe
going to, ree-ond. Dougherty struck sirt. No
runs. v ' 4 H -
- Ninth tfnnlna. National Chancs filed out
to Hahn- Btntlnfeldt uut, Knhe .o.Donhue.
Tinker ,lkd Morsn b-.tted for f.vi-xr.
Moran ftweed Tlrfker. Davli' to Isbell.. Final
core: Americans.; Nationals. i. , j ....
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'f, I -'W' . . , .. , --.
. USE . . - '
- AroiMid . fh .
to. f 75.00 Each.
choice from a great, big assortment at.' per
A woman's wardrobe' will not be'com
plete iniWes she has three or four Dressing
8acques. ; Just now' we have an extra good
stock of Values, "triad from' neat ptftleriis
In n artistic manner, and they flt prop
erly. They are made In such a way that
you will, feel proud of one.
Pretty pressing Sacques of flannelette,
Dainty Dressing Sacques of swansdown,
fitted style. .
New" Dressing Sacques of eiderdown, col
ors' red and, green, mado with, high or low.
It will please us to have you see them if
kpnly ,fyr, a look.
,. , PRICES FROM 75C TO $7.50 EACH.
; Second Floor. ' ' y
Important News of High Grade
WOMAN'S BILK UNION SCITS. ,. ,
. inoi ouen. ao we speaa or tiwre garments,
irit w'lll be to your Intereat to read Of them
even If you are not ready to buy.-",Tbee
Union Suits are made from the finest o't
allk; fit and finish la absolutely '.perfect
("t. almost like your skin). Coming. from
one of the best makers, we feer sure' In
saying; that one of these garments ,, will
outwear three of the ordinary. This fact,
coupled with great comfort In wearing silk,
should be an Inducement.
Women's medium weight Union Bults,
high neck, long sleeves, ankle length, open
across chest, colors flesh or white; a beau
tiful garment for thoss who cannot wear
wool; sises 4. B and 8, W.50 per suit; also 7,
$7.00 VS&-Mmmmmn "
. I ker, Ruelbaoh. Htolen bases: Dougherty,
'.Davis. Tinner. Evers. Double pley: ftcliulio
Two leading libera. a-
Overkll n- off Whits. S. Wild pltehes:
' VfSSt Over.... "lil't with bsll? Jham"e:
Tlme. iJf). I'mplres.i , John-
Btone ttn(i o'Loughlln. '
I ' Maka an Oftor. '
the Chicago series for the world's cham-
plonship. No answer has been received
irura i rtmunu ncn m.
. Kew Orleans Also Wants 14.
1 ' NRW ORLEANS, I... Oct. 13. A cash
k ... nnn . i. . .u
rle, btltwn the Chicago American and
National Uagus Base Ball clubs, should
, seventh game be necessary, was msdo
tonight by New Orleans base bull ciithu-
AWFUL CRIME OF FARMER
Tennessee Man . Marders Wife
Fonr Children Before He
I J'J-v lL.lri, xenn., ucu i. v.usiuurii
! Mintobth. sged SO years, and one of ths
i most prominent farmers of Cocke county.
lod.y niurdered his wife and four children.
"o. o-nu oi .ue cny govei o-
l-tsane. ''An aKe.Was used for the deadly
alned and death
Instantaneous. Two chil-
, fJreH wtyj wetV, stll alive at 10 o'clock this
i ruurning ctlnt' ,Hvt their skulls having
i mat iiivy. . vv uiv iiistaniiy,
MEAGER ' SIJITJ TESTIMONY
Coon set for St. I.naln Company gib
.'kilts History' of Coneern ''
'"1 '' 'to Coart. '
Bt. I-Dl'IS, Oct. 13. The hearing of. .ths
IP government's. ouster suit against the ;Ter-
v I minai KBiiroau assocwiion wss resumed
J , , this morning, and I M. Watts, counsel under-way. When they left their an-j i i,d made up my mind that I would 1 lK. R. K. Towl, F. L. Boone. R. C. IUl
1 nf. the ..Termlnsl,, submitted data he had rhoraaoa. where thev had heen famlliHr I h,. ,k I L it t .1 Plim.-rulil M. .f H....rma n it
or..the Termlnsl,, aubmittiKi data he Wl
cuuii-u e...v . rv.n re-
spect to the corporate existence of the, as-
oclatlon. This was done by consent in
. . nirui in
seVnfing th SWi's "Ihfhrn.aHoh" frqoi. wlt
ROYAL STOCK SHOW' CLOSES
Parade ,tr.y Afternoon Uti
Femur, of !? Exhibit if
' J , Vnnsas riliM .'. . 'f.
'KANS-.CITY. Oct, U.A parade .IliU
af'.ercoon J,'-th sc.c)i i.'ards? ftf.ib prise
winning mttl", irf. jKeep'; gut and
liogr. ciosrd the nithUt HUnusf UoysVl.Ivu
eioe s mor. 1 1 c iucturM :ino waroujg oi
prlz.'S vats . iI'MLj' . 1 1 1j
Back Again to Germany: Here's a whirl of beauty; real hand
embroidered eyelet pieces, finger bowl dollies, tumbler doilies, plate
dollies, ceiite pieces, luncheon cloths, tablecloths and scarfs.
Priced from 925.00 to IO.OO.
Then on to Canton, China: For the real hand embroidered Chi
nese grass linen pieces, tumbler dollies, finger bowl dollies, plate
dollies, center pieces and scarfs.
Triced from 50c
I"ngth. open across chest or down front, i
color flesh-.00 each. !
Women's heavy-weight. All 'Silk Union I
Suits, high heck, long sleeves,, ankle length. I
color flesh, open across chest or down I
froM-th' most beautiful garment we huve!'
,ln, took-l.5. suit-Main Floor. f ;
i . Cnttori KlartlffitS-
STRONGLY ; EMPHASIZE OUR
SHOWING IN THIS LINE.
The fact that we-are cart-ying the finest
line of Wool Blankets In the city does not
follow that wo are not factors In the Cot
ton Blanket business.' ''
Cotton Blankets, In good, serviceable
tjuultty, made of good, clean cotton, single
bed sise. at 65r and "5c a pair; double bed
size at SOc, II. no. $1.10, SI X and SI. 65 a pair.
Ex?tra large double bed else at $1.35, $l.jJ
and 12.00 a pair. ,-.
Robe Blankets for Bath Robes.
...This is the first mention We make ' of
these, this searcn, but we are now pre,,
pored, tb supply you with Just the color
you wnnO '',.'". ';
One blanket makes a bath, robe .for lady
V imported robe blankets, reversible? at
'.S1.W. tl.75,' $2.00, S3.2S, S2.50, $2.75, $3.00, $3.25,
S3.50 gild kf. . . . -f
Finest wool robe blankets, reversible, nf
$4.5V'$6.(O$6.50 and $fi.75 each.
Robe "blankets for children. 98.-. ,
Cord nnd tasstls to match, 50c per set. ' j
Blanket store, west basement.
Visit the Customers' Deposit Account De
partment on the balcony. Deposit as much
or as little ss you please. Have your pur-
chases J n this store charged aj?nlnst your
n Opoelt. Mke your money work
as you have workPd for your
4 per cent Interest paid every three
ON BECOMES GOVERNOR
'rjTft Turn Affairs of Cuba Orir
ts New Iiecntiye at Noon. ' ' '
COMtfiSSIONtRS START HOME
la and Former Rebels Present
aretaklna, but Moderate and
overnment Ofllelala Remain
ANA, Oct. 13. Secretary of War
nd Assistant Secretary of Blate Bu-
resldent Roosevelt's peace commls
."completed their laboia here today
is afternoon departed for the Vnited
on the battleship. Ixuinlunan. 1 They
followed to sea and accluimtd by
liberal and cx-revolutlonary lea.'.erit,
former government ofUclHls showed
jxjBitlon to Join in the farewell and
no nrohilnent moderates nsrtlclnated In the
" V Z ".S.. T
the party off.
Preceding the departure of Mr asm. Taft
and Bacon the government was taken ovor
Charles ,.. Magoon. He Issued a pro-
lamatlon declaring7 that lie had entered)
upon and would discharge the functions of;
government as directed by President Roose-
velt by virtue of the Piatt amendment.
Farewell Reception at Pnlnee.
Secretary Taft'a governorship of the
Island censed at noon, and at S o'clock he
and Mrs. Taft and Mr. Bae-on and Mrs.
Bacon stepied In the. blue' room of the
pulace and for a quarter of an hour bade psrtmcnt from Commander Snutherlnnd,
farewell to such frleneis as c.MIcd and V) dated at Monte Crlstl, Santo Domingo, to
thoss whom they had come In contact with day:
at the palace. Tho former Included the' I regret to inform you that revfilutlonarv
members of the city council snd Alfreda 1 ,pdf, " " 'V'' af moment refused to stvm'
. , , . . .. . , ( by the articles of nureement for the s'ir-
Kayas, the liberal leader. Immediately render. The revolutionary lenders have
thereafter the secretaries we're driven to massed forces or ahout men at a dir.
the Cah illerli wharf ncf-nniruiiilt-.l liv Ofti. ' Hnc(' "f fifteen miles and demand the most
tne ian.uicri.t nau. aeeompanieu i Ucti- ir,,,,,,!).. terms. The president of Banto
ersl J. Franklin Bell.. Consul fioueral Domingo has directed the tcnewnl of hos
Steinhart, Captain MV.-Coy and their secrei ! tilltl-
lane.. ii me wnan tney nice aiayor tor-
ment. presented Mrs. Taft and Mrs. Bacon!
w,th ,wo Immense bouquets. The crowd at '.
" whsrf doffed hats, the secretaries rs- j
sponded likewise, but there was no cheer-
'ng.' . '
Brigadier General Funston, who had
preceded the others, hsd started for the
battleship Virginia In a launch., and a. few
momenta later Mr. Taft handed the women
,nto u,It'h ntl ,lle Par,y started tor
, mr Ktfiiiaiaiis&, jun nut )
KteliiViart, General Bell, captain of the
Port Yero, Captain McCoy and otliers ac
Crowd I ndemoastratlvv.
The crowd was Interested, but undemon
strative. ' Within a few minutes the party
had boarded the Ioulisna and was re-
reived with a secretary's ralute of st.ven-
teen guns. The Ixiulsiana, the Virginia
and the New Jersey were slow In getting
choragos. where they had been familiar
onjects ror tnree weeks, ne harbor ap-
pes red comparatively deserted.
The Ixtuialana passed out of the hsr-
nor tnunuermg a caiure or t wenty-ons
guns to tne unan nag nying at its main
mast, with Its wblte-elad crew manning
h "alls, and the hand playing the Cuban
; u'lnnal hmn Th(f "lule wa" returned
by the- Cabanas fortress.
; Before loaviug Havana Secre.ary Taft
j Issued a decree that army supplies and
inw I'rr-i'Ltai m ii or "imnciT ana men
of the army ami navy and marine corns
and of civil employes of the provisional
-uv-rnn.enl ItoukM to t uba from th,.
t ite,l htrft. . shouM Ik- a lniltteei free of
In h's prbc la'oHllcKi ' Guvi-rnor
s-.. '. "
"I.. iVcy tl.il. 'iH Mi.. :i jri:c-.
by t'tvretarj- 'i'all Viil b stiicdy
Bee, October 14. 1906.
to I0.40 Kach.
department. No, there are no
months.'; This Is not a bank,
That' Is the secret of success recom-
li.ender by Thompson, Bclden & Co.
ate agents for one of I, .est pa -
torn, rrWs 10c and 13c .ch, none higher.
Ask to see McCnll s Magaslne, only S"c tor
.,a wnoie year, inciuuing a irrr puiicni.
. North basement.
. The New Chiffon Spot Proof
Broadcloth Has Made a Great
Hit This Season.
The teaon why this display of New
Chiffon Tiroadcloth Is attracting such an
unusual amount of attention Is not far to
seek; seeing Is believing. A visit to this
licpartincnt nnd we will show you the most
t beautiful collection of new autumn shades
eVef shown in , this city. This class of
dress' gT)0d Is sliijply without cqunl In
tthcr werils, -dresslegance Itself. .Ml the
new anhimn Shades! $2.50; spot proof black,
$2.40, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 a yard.
" lairi floor ,
Women's Outer Garments.
THE X'KWEST, THE BEST, THE MOST
- , 8TYLISH GARMENTS
. Are always to be seen In bur Model Cloak
Department.' Our great regular stocks are
always of important interest to women
everywhere.' Every garment riphtly In
keeping - with the Invariable Thnrnpron,
Belden & Co.'s standard quality, and
marked at a- price based on a modert
profit. ' The display welcomes you, If anly
for glimpse of the new Styles.
New and Stylish Suits, prices froftt $9.50
to $i.0O each.
The Season's Newest Coats, $10.00 to $l"i.X
adhered to and carried out. As provisional
governor I shall exercise the powers and
perform the duties provided for bv the
iniru Hriicie oi tne appendix to the consti
tution of Cuba for the preservation of Cu
ban independence and the protection of life
and property. As Is consistent with tho
sttolunifiits ttt these end I shall sok to
bring about the restoration of the ordinary
attendee and methods of governinetit uueler
the other Hnd general provisions of tho
Cuban constitution. All the provisions of
the constitution and laws which fur the
t i mn ruim av..1 . I l . . . i a . .
exerVse "of the pweri'Tdrd" for'by t": I
iiuiu Mrin'ie ot tne appendix must b'j
deemed to be In abeyance. All the other
provisions of the constitution and laws con
tinue In full force and effect.
Factions Still at Oati.
CIEXFUKGOS, Oct. 13. Consul General
Stelnhart'B .endeavors to settle local dif
ficulties and reconcile the hostile factions
have not yet borne much fruit. Tho lib
erals continue to demand the renoval of
all the police and would be glad to have
the mayor of the city ousted also. The
amnestying of all persons connected with
the murder of Congressman Vllluendas
last year Is serving to quiet the bad feel
ings that have prevailed. The volunteers,
instead'of turning In all their guns, have
concealed some and burled others.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. The War de
partment today received a telegram from
Brigadier General Boll, commanding the
troops tn Cuba, requesting that all mail
intended for soldiers now on duty In Cuba
be addressed to' Havana, Cuba, from which
place tho-military authorities will dis
1 CPIITUCDI in iiiiro nrnAnr
: n tnt-HIKU lYIHINCO ntrUn I
San Domingo Rebels Refuse o !.
Down Arms nnd Flahtlntr
WASHINGTON, Oct. J3.-The followlnir
cablegram was ree-elved at the Nuv tie
, Aaj-.,!,,- t.,u.
WASHING TON, Oct. 13.-Whlle the
strike of the International Association of
Machinists In the shops of the Southern
railway has not been settled. It Is re-
garded as likely that a final adjustment of
the differences will be reached early nest
week, an adjustment that will be.satlsfac.
j tory to both the railway and the strikers.
1,000 PASTOR'S CALLS
A Stardr Minister.
A N. H. minister thought he would have
to quit the ministry because of a growing
nisei y from undigested food. 1
He. was induced to try Grape-Nuts and
, is now 'well and hearty and says:
"For four years 1 suffered severe aaonv
at times, as a result of Improper food I
could not do much work and was in misery
much of the time.
j have to leave the ministry, but one day a
friend advised me to try Graue-Nuta and
I am thankful that I did, for today I am
; W(.u ' and can -lve God better servlcs than
' tveT before,
. year was the hardest of my
mln.B,r.. ,)U. bv ,ha ,, lma ,
Nutli t Bt0((, up th
romfort. , atUndM 67 funeral., was in
; ths pulpit every Sabbath except three
I mHde , wi) pa(,t(ra, and tne bMt ,
of H , do nol have any more B,uf
..TnPr,',a hardly , dliy thl , H
, rcM)mmend orp.Nut. t0
who ,H 8u(trin, as , ,u(rer
. , . , we
I .... ,.
red for I or
Name given by
t'f t linn t L. . . a I
Creek. Mich. Get the little book from
"ins noaa to wellvtlls.'
Tlu n s a "
CLLE TO WOMAN'S SLAYER
Tip in Possession of Folios Good Eioueh
to Keeo Dark.
SCMEONE RESIDING NEAR FATAL SPOT
thief la SalUfled Miss Hantmelhart'a
Murderer Lives In trinity
of Crime Friends In
This reward will is paid for STldsaos
leading to ths 'arrest and conviction
of ths person or persons who mur
dered Jossphlns Ktunmelhart la ths
city of Omaha on ths night of Sat
urday, October 6, 1906. Ths fact that
ths victim of this brutal mnrdsr was
a poor working woman without rloh
or Influential friends has prompted
ths offer of this reward, for which
ths following contributions ars pledged
Ths Omaha Bee B 80.00
Omaha national Bank 60.00
rirst national Bank 60.00
J. X Brandela It Sons 50.00
Ths Bennett Company 60.00
0. W. Wattles 60.00
Thomas Kllpatrick ft Oo 60.00
Byrne-Hammer Dry Ooods Co.. 60.00
1. cs-aiass-Andreesen Co 60.00-
M. . Fmlth ft CO 50.00
City of Omaha 600.00
County of Douglas 600.00
Stats of Nebraska 800.00
Friends of Miss Rummslhart . . 360.00
rivs hundred dollars reward will 'be
paid by ths relatives of ths lats Hsr
bert O. Burks for Information lead
ing to arrsst and conviction of the
partus who killed him at or near
riorenos Pumping Station, Sunday
svsning, October 7, 1906. Address
Osorgs Burks Company, South Omaha,
This, with John Steel's $50Q and ths
county's $500, makss 91,600 sward
offsrou for ths murdsrsr of Burks.
Cliief of Police Donahue is more than
ever convinced the murderer of Josephine
Kummclhni t lives near the vicinity of tho
place where the awful crime was com
mitted snd he is more than ever con
vinced In that locality the murderer will
Detective Mitchell made a minute in
spection of the grounds near the scene of
the crime Saturday morning and talked
with a number of the residents of that
vicinity. On the place where the body
of the unfortunate victim was found, a
young man discovered a gold waist pin,
with u turquoise setting, which evidently
had been one of a set worn by the woman.
Trr!s was turned over to the police. The
mu?h sought razor or knife with which
the victim was cut was not found.
The police, however, are now in posses
sion of a clue which, though it may not
result in anything tnngible being learned
of the ld'iitity of the murderer, Is of suffi
cient Importance to be kept from the press
for the present.
Chief Donahue bases his belie that the
murderer is acquainted with the neighbor
hood In which the crime vwns committed
and the fact that another crime of the
same nature was attempted at 22"7 Todgo
"street. In the Immediate neighborhood, on
the night of August 4, at 10:30 o'clock.
tuar the hour the murder was committed.
The victim of the assault on the night cf
August 4 was-Mlss Margaret McCheane, 711
North Nineteenth street, a clerk employed
at the I'nion PhcIHc headquarters.
Fire Scalp Wonnds.
Miss McCheane was going home, when
some brute struck her on the head witii a
club.' He lilt her five times, making five
ugly gashes in her scalp. KvUIently some
one appeared at about the time of the as
snMlt and frightened the brute away be
fore he had accomplished his purpose. Her
purse was not taken.
Chl"f M t,,e
enucs bu-luciinc o nm bink n-iun
who murdered Miss Rummeihart. The
chief is slao of the opinion the man Is a
degenerate and that he had luid in wait
for his victim for many nights, watching
his chance to catch her with no witnesses
on the street to Interrupt him. The fact
that both Miss Rummeihart ond Mfss Mc
Cheane were struck by clubs and that
both were assaulted in the same neigh
borhood has convinced the chief beyond
any doubt one Mend committed both deeds
and that he Is at this time somewhere In
the vicinity of his crimes. His position is
further strengthened by the fact that nu
merous complaints have been received from
this neighborhood regarding someone look
ing into windows and committing acts suf
ficiently immoral as to shock the neighbor
hood. No description, however has been
given of the fiend, and for that reason the
police have been up against a hard proposi.
Personal friends of Miss ' Rummeihart
have added $-fi(i to the reward offered for
her slayer. This brings the reward nearly
Sample of Rumors.
As an example of the clues furnished the
police by well-meaning but excited citizens
who hope to assist the police tn discovering
the nturdcrer of Miss Rummeihart, an In
stane may be cited which occurred Friday
i evening, much to the annoyance and dl
i gust of all the parties concerned. A tele
phone call was received at the police sta
tion reporting that a young white girt had
been Insulted by a negro near the corner
of fortieth and Iavenworth streets and
requesting the Immediate ansistance of the
police. The patrol wagon, filled to ltt ca
pacity with officers, departed hurriedly "for
the scene and found the girl who had been
tile victim of the alleged assault. She
pointed out her assailant, who was stand
ing on the opposite corner mildly interested
In the proceedings. The man proved( to be
a good-natured Irish coal heaver who was
waiting for a load of coal to arrive and
whose countenance was plentifully be
sprinkled with coal dust. The officers d d
not tarry longer.
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Big; Huneh of ebrskus and Iownns
Are Appointed Meat Inspectors
I nder Ney Law.
From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 13. (Special Tele
gram.) The following bave been appointed
Nehranka J. K. Hasbaugh, J. F. Bevlns,
D. P. Hutley, C. B. Beymer, G. W. Casey,
K. K. Schults, F. D. Grace, W. A. Beatty,
Allwrt Peterson, J. J. Moore, C. L. Forth
' llU- M- J- FUsgcrald. M. J. Beerman, D.
i O. Cumings, D. J. Toomey, J. J. Boston. U.
i J Walsh, F. R. Mardhall, M. R. Hartman.
' R"hert B,,nHOn' A- p- Bremnian. R
Hodses, G. O. Marshall, Ira M. Myers, J.
F. Callahan. F. J. McDonald, R. K. Smith,
J. F. Ohem, all of South Omaha; E. II.
Iowa George Hafner, Louis Vogt, S. D.
Ryan, Dubuque; P. E. Canty, li. J. Ket.
ley. J. J. Welsh, T. E. Newton. E. J. Mc
Laughlin. It. R, Banker. C. E. Colgrtn,
Sioux City; J. L. Brown, A. C. Hanson.
S. K. Schuyler. W. L. Richardson, Daniel
Hoi nits. W. if. Goe-dert, Andrew Hamil
ton, A. II. McKlroy, W. J. Grother, David
Sloan. R. G. tiler. J. It. Anthony, Bar-
tholomew McGowan, Cedar Rapids: J. F.
.-. . n , c...L,. .-
eanuy, n. e,. muuui, e Aioines; u. C
j Fletcher. Thomas O'Shonnessy, Nick
Lunkly. W. F. Fishlj-ck. J. D. Hopkln, J.
J W. Crawford, A. N. Lve, Oltunfna; It. J.
Hut few chIo arc In imaillon to pur cash when lniylntf blU
of furniture, it then becomes a question of where to buy to ntako
every dollar count most that you pay In the future. It costs us less
than half as much to tlo business as any other furniture house in
the rlty, ami every tlollnr saved by us rocs to reduce the eoNt to you.
THAT IS THE REASON OUR BUSINESS. HAS IN
CREASED TO SUCH IMMENSE PROPORTIONS IN
THE FIVE YEARS WE HAVE BEEN IN OMAHA. .
Couch, full slzei. oak frsnie, step) con
struction, closely tufted, upholstered
In ve o ir Uur alit.uu le.idc g ijt
this week fisCtJ
Med (like cut! heavy chilled posts
brass top rails and knobs. Out
$7.50 leader, on sale
Rockers (like cut) solid oak,
handsomely finished leatherette
seat. Our $3.60 Rocker, I QC
on sale . . .' (
Dobler Anton S. tllscll, DaveniKJi tl' A. J".
McFall, Keokuk; " Frank Rotli, Waterloo;
J. J. Hawthorne; Kin wood; Dan McSwIg
gan and H. F. Tialnor, Cedar Rapids.
M. K." Powell haa been appointed irisI
muster at Gitead, Thayer county, Neb.,
vice T. C. Powell, de-ceased
aminations for un dec- j
vacancy In the quarter-
Civil service ex
trician to fill a
masiers aeparen.ene ae u rm y.
A. Russell yo. at a salary of $1.MW ptr
annum, will be held at the following places
on November 14:. Nebraska Omaha, Lin
coln and Grand Island. Iowa Sioux Clly,
Ames, Dos Moines, Dubuque, Fort Madison, I
Iowa City and Mason City. South Dakota
Aberdeen, Dendwood, Sioux Falls mid I
Wutertown. Wyoming Cheyenne, Luranile I
RUN ON A CANADIAN BANK
Manager nf Montreal Branch to Pay
Ont Money I nll Depositors
MONTRKAU Oct. 13. A liesvy run on
the Montreal branch of the Ontario bank
developed today as a result of the publica
tion yesterday of the fact that the bank
was alleged to be In difficulties and that
arrangements had been made by the Bank
of Montreal tdVtake over Its bmlncss. De-
posltors, however, were paid In full, and
R. N. King, the local manager, when asked
for a statement on the situation, sad:
"We opened this morning as usual and.
as you see, we arc doing u big business. I
have no Instructions from Toronto otfier
than to continue buboes ns usual, and we
shall pay our depositors whatever they de
mand until they are perfectly satisfied."
The FJank o!) Montreal. !t Is anuounccii.
will act merely us liquidator of the Ontario
bank. The tot-l assets of the bank are
said to be, in round figures, about 117,(1 jo.eyo.
while' ths total liabilities are I15.0od.Ciu. A
large part of the assets, however, take the
form of mortgages and other securities
which have a year or more tn run. It Is
doubtful whether the stockholders of tho
bank will get more than 25 or JO rents for
their stork. The president of the bank. In
a circular Issued today, says:
"The difficulties of the bank have been
occasioned bythe wrongful and unauthor
ized stock operations of the general mana
ger only, recently discovered." The losses
of the Institution are fl.atO.OHn.
TUltu.MU, unt., vet. w. There was a
slight run today on the Ontario bank,
which kept up until the bank closed at
neion. There was no diseirder, however
the announcement made when the doors
opened that the Bank of Montreal hid as
sumed all liabilities having a quieting ef
fect. MINE FIGHT IS RENEWED
Former President Barns names
Gross Mismanagement In Petition
Filed In Colorndo Coart.
COLORADO 8PRINOS. Colo., Oct. Ill
James T. Burns, former prrsideut of the
Portland Gold Mining company, petitioned
muke a thorough
the company's bejoks
erty. Judge J. W. Shea'for ordered that the
. . . , . , .. , ,
writ be returnable on November 1.
In his petition Mr. Burna charges gross
mismanagement, approaching exhaustion ot;
the ore reserve In the Portland mine iu
Cripple Creek, "due the lack of intelil-I
gent exploitation," and the cxUleuea ut I
liprlw- iJ irT I.
tho district court here today for an gltenii- I The het pgents kpWT tn .apfljea) ri
live wilt of mandamus to compel the oiTi- j ",f.it!f'! L'J' ' buve avinoto'ns '
cers and directors of the Portland company f'Jj Tpiirf! snd iLitf m-ra"'!
to iH'rnilt Mr. Burns' representative to .n the V!.ver..'l'w?.l?!l'f m.!.iil,- J iV.lvlt.
inspection, not only of ; have Li-en sklllfiill ',sJjiMriiiinloilsTy
On Anj Terms to Suit You.
rnrr With Any Por
rr.LL cease of $10.00
Combination Ibmk fase (like,
cut quarter sawed oak, French
plate mirror, 5 shelves, well
tilled writing desk, beautiful
design, on sale this II "1C
week lis I U
esn-wf w vvrv '.mi crr, r
Hid Kfnwi?TO5t it
Bids Beard (like cut) quarter sawed
oak, beautifully carved, swell front,
large French plate mirror. Blguest
bargain ever offered in ' In
Omaha,. This week, InSlftJ
"ruinous conditUn,H' ati the. Portland mill . '
lit Colorado City.. . -
The outcome of his nult- Is of the utmuxt
lmiMirtanca to mining men all over IliS'
west, from the fact that it Is brought to
determine whether or not a stockholder.
miiui-.i iinr ihwb in e umra
to K ,nto Bn(j fxanino
under the laws of Colorado, -has the right
a mine siniultan -
Ion of tlie bonk-i
anrt l)e rf,cor(,R ()f th(1 (.ompul y Il)Volvrn.
Mr urniI , .
the ruprenie coourt of the ITnlted States if
necessary to obtain the end sought.
FATAL STREET CAR ACCIDENT
' ' Dead and Twelve Injured
Car I.ea tea tit
LOS ANGKLE8, Oct. 13 W. M. Barrett,
! electrician, 45 years old, was killed and
twelve other persons seriously Injured, four
of whom will probably die, today, when a
street car plunged down a steep Mil at'
Macy snd Pleasant streets at terriffic speed
and dashed Into a telegraph pole. One of
the car platforms, crowded with men and
women wns ripped off and the csr turned
List of fatally Injured:
Two men, names not given, both uncon-'-sclous
and fatally hurt: one had head barilv
crushed and the others splno was free-
i. Heursl ramer: will probably die.
PetH Dunne; will probably .die.
There were forty-four passengers on ths
car, most of them laboring people.
The Farmer's Wife
Is very careful about her churn. Rhi
scalds It thoroughly affr using, and gives i
It a sun bath to sweeten It. She knows
that If her churn is sour It will taint the
butter that Is made In it. The stomach if
a churn. In ths stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts are performed- pro- '
cesses which aro almost exactly like tha '
churning' of butter. Is It not apparent
then that if this stomach-churn Is foul It "
makes foul all which is put Into ft? -
The evil of a foul stomach Is nut alone
the bad taste In the mouth and tbe foul
breath caused by It, but the corruption of
the pure current of blood and the dissem
ination of disease throughout the-body. -Dr.
Pierce's (ioldwn Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul stomach, sweet.
It does for the stomaoh what tbe washing .
and sun bath do for the churn absolutely
removes every tainting or corrupting ele
ment. In this way It cures blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings, ,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors or diseases arising from bad blood. .
If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste in
your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,
are weak and easily tired, feel rie.press.Ml
and di-spondent, have frequent headaches,
dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress in stom
ach, constipated or Irregular bowels, sour
or bitter rislugs after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms, or any consider
able numberof them, indicate that you are
uttering from biliousness, torpid or iazy .
liver with the usual accompanying iiidi- .
gestion, or dyspepsia and their attendant
j ' W " fP JO ur "J"
i If vou will but mall a postal card request
io Vr R y li.'.ffaln. N. Y.. for a
f,rt eop-of his booklet of extracts from
. the standard medical sutliorjtie. giving
i the names of all the Ingredient entering
Into his world-famed medicines and show
ing what the most eminent luodlcal uaa
of ths age saj of them. . -
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Thp' ' S'
i and records, b4t of i riimLlii. ;T fj T VaTIT H '' i''l l .
.,.e nii,ur ...-,.,. ' Di-..WHrv Ti.ut tt.i is absolutely true
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