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The Omaha Sunday Bee
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THE OMAHA DEC
VOL. XXXVI -NO. 17.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21. WOfi.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
em Last Par Hor Show S.otioa.
Horse Show Week Means a Review of Styles and a Fashion Exposition at Benne tt's
Tt lmMn n mr ltsll i linn li n l r n t r, -t i -t 1 r rvttnnf " "I f !n 4" 1 9 4-1-irt wnnttitD f n It i rfi rkwl r-k i si lino 1 s w i 4 . i 4-i 4V
r iiuisu biiuw jut iium ill wiikuiu lias iiiBinitJii ii iudtii vuuit iii tin; i(j(iiiiis ui lusiuuii iiiivi iiuin- nan uluii inu iiivv;iiiij iui i
crrcatcr disnlav of stvlc than the trrcat event that opens tomorrow. If vou will come here, stroll down each aisles, look casu- '
ally over any counter linger a while among the garments just received these last few days you'll he pleased, charmed and captivated with the
breadth, magnificence and completeness of our horse show salcsweek preparations.
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AND YET THERE'S SO MUCH MORE OF WORTH. BEAUTY AND DESIRABLENESS THAT YOU CAN SEE WITH YOUR EYE ALONE.
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Coats and Tailored Suits in Four of
W omaris M an-Tailored Suit
23 inch,' tight fitting, made of plain ami fancy check hroadcloth, also Ljnians
villc cheviot, taffeta or satin lined coat, cluster pleated skirt, handsomely
stitched and tailored, all this season's new shades, inchid- Rli F
ing brown, smoke gray, navy, green and the ever staple JM pSB
stable black, $35 value; sjKKMal mr mKr
Woman's Man-Tailored Suit
Made pony or semi-fitted back, many style, of cloth cheviots and
mannish mixtures; satin lined coats; skirts front, side and back
pleated. These suits are all highly tailored,
plain -shades and mixtures, regular $25
Woman's Broaacloth Coat Made extra full, satin
lined throughout, collar and cuffs of vel- 11 75
vet and braid, black only, $15 value; spec'l .
Opera CoatMade of fine chiffon broad
cloth, 52 inches long, full 'taffeta lined;
front, back and sleeves handsomely braided;
' collar finished with velvet folds and Persian
bands; colore cream white, ehampaigne and
. ptarl gray, regular $50
Made of fine chiffon broadcloth, 52
inches long, full satin lined, hand
somely braided fronts, backs and sleeves;
colors chalk white, cream white, eham
paigne and pearl gray
Opera Coat Made of fine chiffon broad
cloth, 50 inches long, full satin lined, hand
somelv trimmed in velvet and braid, chalk
white, cream, ehampaigne
and pearl gray, regular
$25 value, at
New Fall Books
$1.50 Editions $1.08
"The Fighting Chance," by Robert Wi Chambers.
"The Tides of Barnegat," by F. Hopkinson Smith.
"Coniston," by Winston Churchill.
"Jane Cable," by Oeorge Barr McCutcheon.
"The Treasure of Heaven," by Marie Corelli.
"The Awakening of Helena Richie," by Margaret Deland.
"The Lion and the Mouse," by Chas. Klein and Arthur
"Lady Baltimore," by Owen Wister.
"Kidolfo," by Edgerton R. Wiliaius, Jr.
"The Call of the Blood," by Robert Hicheus.
"Whispering Smith," by Frank II. Spearman.
"Ann Boyd," by Will N. Harben.
START A LIFE MEMBERSHIP IN
THE TABARD INN LIBRARY
And Select One of the Above Books. Price, $1.18
Books Exchanged at Any Time for the Fee of 5c.
BOOK STALLS MAIN FLOOR.
UWATS BUST BUPPLTTlfQ THE
DEBIBES Of OUB TXAOE.
OOrrZB FECXaX, Thro, thnnrand two
pound okas B.nn.tt'a Breakfast Ailr-
Anil Sixty Given Trading StHinpa.
BKEAKTABT FOOD BFXOIAX.
Dr. ITiccH )rrakfat Food, i(r
parkago. , IUC
And Ten! Green Trading Stamps.
Kgg-o-See Breakfast Food, Ifin
And Ten Green Trading Htampa.
OAVBZS OOBH BPSCIAti.
Maine Corn, worth 15e can . 1 Cr
Poien can 91.00
Corn Starch, lb. pkg 40
Dried Feaa. white, pound.... 9Ho
(Ml Sardines, can 4a
Klirlmpn, can Be
Caatlle Toilet Soap, cake.... 10
Pride of Hennett'a Flour, 4 -jx
And Fifty Green Trading Htampa.
ABC Ctiup, pint T
And Twoi'iy Green Trading Ktampi.
Lemon Drops, reir- ?5
ular 5e iackage,
XearnPal niouito. Sable
Mink IUouim', a -superb
Mended Squirrel BIouho, strictly por-
fect in material and
A Handsome Krimmer Coat
A Grey Squirrel Box Coat
A Heaver Coat, supreme in
style, material and finlth.
A Russian Mink Jackel,
27-ln. long, for
A Sable Coney Blouse
XOTE Above are but few a very,
very few from our gigantic line.
For Monday's sale we show but one of
a kind at above prices.
Your most critical inspection is
heartily and honestly solicited.
Double Green Trading Stamps
i All Sales of
Woman's Broadcloth Coat 50 in. long, full satin iined, velvet
collar and cuffs, handsomely trimmed in. braid, colors f C50
black, white and champagne, regular $25 value; spec'l .
A Most Interesting Sale oj
A Genuine Opportunity 100 dozen white underskirts, made
with knee flounce, 3V j-ards wide, with cluster of six or eight
hemstitched tucks others with insertion, tucks and deep flounce
of very artistic English eyelet embroidery.
These underskirts are honest values at from $1.50 to $2.00;
Monday only, 100 dozen at, each .98
Ladles' "Silk Waists In the new shadow stripe,' handsome
combination, finished with braid and buttons to match.
See Our Handsome Imported Models One of a kind, the
. original model, at just HALF PRICE
Specials in Hardware Monday
Buy your Move now. Cold weather Ih coming.
Htoveo! Sloven! Stoves!
$8.50 I'eninKular Oak,
Extra (ihm1 Quality I'eniiiHular
Bange . . $2..V
Kxtra flood Quality Peninsular
Base Burner 24.30
See Demonstration of Cnlveraal
Vnl verbal Bread Makers. . . .2.(M
Universal Coffee Percolators,
up from 92.no
Vnlversal FoikI Choppers,
up from iMc
Torty graca traAlnff stamp wit'n oh
Extra Nice Table Knives and
Forks, worth up to $1.50, Mon
day, set 0Oi
Waffle Irons, high or low stand,
85c and 7.1c
And thirty green trading stamps.
Standard liroad loa or.., IV
And twenty green trading aUmpi
Coal Hods, all kinds, up from. 25c
And twenty green trading Htumpa
Furnace Scoops, extra good,
60c and BOc
And forty green trading atampu.
Wastf Boilers, all styles and kinds,
up from 84c
And forty green trading atainpa.
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BIuck Jack and Black Eagle
Stove Polish Kit-
And ten green trading stumps.
Sapoline Stovepipe Enamel,
And ten green trading atampa.
Corn Poppers, 25c, 15c and.. 10c
And ten green trading Btampa.
Scrub Brushes, Palmetto, Tain
plco and Klce Boot, each . . . UH
And ter green trading stumps.
Sporting Goods Basement
Big aaaortmant Bora Show Faanants, Olaa Vannant aad
Bobool Fannants. Caa (oraiah any atyl waotad.
Foot Bulls, up from 76c
Koller Skutes. up from 35o
Foot Ball Unlforimi ar.J everything In the aportlng goods lltie.
Ia The Little Folks!
Children's Bearskin and Astra
khan Coats Heavy quilted
lining, all colore, ages 1 to 7,
2.95, 3.95, 4.95 Up.
Children's School Coats Ages
0 to 14 years, made of cheviot,
melton and kersey cloth at
7.50, 6.50, 4.95, 3.95, 2.95
Clean-Up Sales on
Palms and Ferns
The Hottest, Cleanest Coal Kver
$6.25 a ton for LUMP
ijiO.OO a ton for NUT
Sample hacks of
Capitol Coal . . .
Delivered from store.
Iowa Xut, wonderful
value, a ton,
One hundred green trading
atampa with etu-h ton.
Early Coiners Gel Best Choice
BENSON SOT THE ASSASSIN
Top Fiend luipsoted of fiammelhart
fcurder rro s Alibi-
POLICE WILL LET H.M OUT OF JAIL
l'l-OT.a Thm II la Werptu.
Wotvr la- t aad Alter IU
. .icloa trim, la
Afwr U inot aearchlng lnvtatiguiloif i n
tl Pt of police Chlaf Douahu. Ih
k-onvlnccd that a.org Beoaon, who wa
urreai.d at Uncoln on auaptclon of being
Implicated In the Kummelhart murder, la
ii uoceel of tht irlnie and he will b. f
lfJ from cuatody aooielline Sunday, or
i imby Monday.
Bnnn told Chief Donahue Friday afler
uxoa luut he waa almoat positive lie w
l.i Verjii g V.aier Ortooer and 7. anu
ld 1. had gn ' doctor' office ther
for tha purpose nf obtaining morphine. -
waa out of mony. H. rould not re
,.mb.r th num.' of the doitor. but gavt
the chief a good description of blm. iri
cy aft.moon Chief Douanue telephone 1
l Weeping Water and f-iuinl H.'i.o'
-tjteirenta a ere true, aa he had been
Ixen a email oaantliy of morphine l
r A T. Rkkard Saturday. October i.
'h'',-h waa the aujr of the murder of M!i.
i:umn.lhart. Dr. J. R- Sham.on. a U. nil-t
. Weeping Water. !' told the chief
liei.aon had paw-d h'a hoiu-e Bundy luorn
tuj, xooer I. I" tiUX lia Cully
precludes the possibility of Ilen'un'a prrn
ence In Omaha at the time of the murder
and ea'.ubllsliea a t'omplvte alllil for the
HUMpcct and the police arc thoroughly aat
isfled uf hta inuorence.
t hief la Vattafled of Unorriirr,
Saturday Chief Donahue a Id:
"I am aatlafled Benton Is Innocent of
th crime of which w at first thought
he nilgiit be guilty, a the facts within
our knowledge ut the time of arrest In
Lincoln preaanted a very damaging caa
against him and consequently the matter
Iihk bern given the fullest and moat pains
taking Investigation. Like all dope fiendo
Benaon lias a poor memory, and this ac
counts for his not being able to give it
more accurate atory of hla movements
after hla discharge from the county Jul.
In Omaha October 1.
"The evidence given by the two doctor
In Weeping Water clear Benson com
pletely. It Is certain he waa In that town
on thn day of the murder of Miss Run-.,
melhart. and alto the day afterward. We
are holding him until we can aatb-fy our
advea aa to a few other points which are
not clear at preaent, but which I think
will not have any material bearing or
the case, and Benson will b given lu.-
freedom Sunday or Monday."
CODY GCE3 AFTER BIG GAMT
UotTal ' Bill aad Partr lavade the
Hoeky M.aatalsi la heart-It
Colonel W. F. Cody and hid party left
Cody, Wyo.. Monday for a big bear l.uut
In the Rockies. Th- party Includes twenty
two peopl and af.iong them is T. J. Foley
uf UuuUia. TUty Uav fiXiecu jack liorsts
and sixteen saddle horses and figured It
would take two d.iya to get to tile camp,
which had been picked out by the guides.
They expect to return to Cody about next
Wednesday laden with bear. Colonel Cody
has been looking forward for over a year
to this hunt.
COAL TRUST FILES MOTION
ot Hatlsdcd with, Tecfcuieal pet-ln-rattoaa
( fonaty Attorney
la HI Petltloa.
Member of the alleged Coal trust filed
a mutlcn In district court Saturday morn
ing asking County Attorney Slabaugh's
petition in the Injunction case be made
.nure deilnlte. The county attorney is
asked to set out speclflclally which of th.
defendants are members of the Omsha ami
which of the South Omaha Coal exchanges
and to ttli whether he charges on. genera,
cont)ptray .In restraint of truuc or a nurn
oer ct Hinull combinations, if the lattei
..e is asked to atate specillcally ever
agreement and the parties to each one.
ight of the defendants who are designa
ted In the petition by the Initials inaieuu
of tne first name, ask the petition be did
.nissed aa to them because It la not state,,
specifically that thtir first names were un
known, and also on the grounds tha sum
mons were nut served on each one luul-,-idUHlly.
The demurrer to the petition, filed by
II. li. Baldiige and K. Curi-igan ai d
tiie Central Coal and Coke company, was
dUmisatd Saturdny by Mr. lialdrige and
'.-uve was given to anrwer by Monday
Monday Is the last inrr day Count
Attorney Mlahaugli will go to court Tuea
Jiy muii.lng and demand an early baartug
Ui cm ou it iuer.la.
TROOPS SENT TO QUELL UTES
Tenth CaTalry Ordered from Fort Rebimou
to Suppreu Indiaoi in WjomiDC.
OFFICIALS EXPECT NO OPEN FIGHTING
Command 1 lader Major Grtersoa,
Wtios. Katker Thirty -Two Year
ago Led alasUar Expedition
that Had Fatal Recall.
Two troop of tb Tenth United States
cavalry under command of Major Charles
H. Urierson have -been ordered to proceej
from Fort Robinson to Wyoming to com
pel the return of the two bands of Lie
Indians now raiding In the vicinity of Gil
lette to their proper reservation. Orders to
that t ried vera ltued f roin Omaha army
headquarters Saturday morning.
The troopa ar directed to proceed with
full field eUipmenf to the scene cf the d.s
turbance. No conflict with the Indian i
apprehended by th army officials her aa
th Indiana have a profound regard for th
military arm of the government.
A coinc.dence 1 connected with the move
ment uf thl battalion of the Tenth cav
alry, (colored), under command of Majoi
Grii-raon, In that thirty-two year ago,
November. 174. Brigadier Uciieral Ben H.
Onerson, nww retired, but then colonel of
the Tenth cavalry, wua ordered on a simi
lar expedition with the Tenth cavalry from
Fort Sill, I. T., against the Northern
Cheyenne., who had it ft their reservation
auvl iter tuaktiitf a ruid lkrvuu aguxkeru
and western Kansas, stealing cattle and
generally terrorising the people In that
sparsely settled region. The regiment at
tho outset of tha expedition was overtaken
on the Sweetwater by a terrific "norther,"
and not being clad for a winter campaign
iuffertd terribly. Many of the command
were frosen to 4aU and over half of
the hore and U the mule perished In
the storm and the expedition bad to be
abandoned on account of the crippled con
dition of the command, the survivor re
turning to Fort Sill after th storm had
abated, arriving there In a terrible state.
Major Charles H. Orlerson, In command
of the present Wyoming expedition. Is a
eon of General Orlerson.
Major General Greely left Friday for St.
Louis before the command for the orders
came from Washington.
RAILROAD INTO T0NAPAH
President of I.lne Say It Rat ranee
of Cold Field ftlmalated
John W. Brock, president of the Tunapub
railroad, waa In Omaha Thursday and Fri
day looking after the Interests of his road
and was enthusiastic over the i.cwly de
veloped country through which til roa I
runs, saying the Una Is the pioneer lit that
section and the people and the mines fol
lowed. "W now have luo miles In operation and
are building eighty mllea more," raid Mr.
Brock. "The rood leave the Southern Pa
cific at Miua and now runa through 'i'otia
pah to Goldfleld and I being extended to
"Many new mines will ba opened up and
' that gouutry Ui 1 made to boom aa aooa
aa th new road is completed. This will be
brought about by the new and modern ma
chinery which will be taken Into the coun
try by the new road and which could not
be transported without the aid of tha
WOMAN 0BJECTST0 SLAVERY
A.ka Divorce from Mau Who, She
Bay, Make Her Work Like
- Declaring her husband forced her to do
farm work like a man, aa well aa th usual
household duties, Mr. Minerva Romlne baa
begun suit in district court for a divorce
from Kolandus Romlne. a prosperous
farmer living near Valley. In addition
Mrs. Romlne charges her husband with
drunkenness and failure properly to sup
port her and the children.
She aays her husband required her to get
up early In the morning, milk fourteen
oows, feed the horses, get a good, warm
breakfast for him before he got up, Mich
up the team for him, clean out the barn
and clean the homes and take car of them
w-hen he came home intoxicated. Besides
till she worked In the field like a man, she
says, and did a much as her husband, be
sides taking care of the house. On October
16, she say. In r huHband ordered her to
leavt home and get a divorce If she wanted
to. She say he owns 6u0 acres of land near
Vailey, has personal property to the
amount of to,iu) and ltr0 lit the banks. Th
Indebted ness umounts to H.Oo". She aaks
that he be t njoined from drawn, g the
money out of the bank or a lllng or encum
bering th property.
luc weftt luaiTlad ISwv.Uibut I, Isai, la
Council Bluffs and have four children.
Muttlo bixlrr secured a divorca from
Basil Oscar Blxler in Judge Kennedy's
court becaut she aald he struck her and
1 an habitual drunkard.
Annie Colrnor wa divorced from Hans
Colmor on grounds of extreme cruelty.
DIVORCE SECURED BY FRAUD
Claim Made by Ueora H. Film, Who
I rrlaed at th
Georg JL Film bag filed a petition In
dlmrltH court asking the decree of divorce
entered a short time ago in fuvor of his
wile, Kvalyn Film, be aet aside, on tb.
grounds it waa obtained by fraud. Hh aays
he was very much surprised when ho
learned suit hud bit-n begun against him.
He went at once to her attorney and aayn
he waa told If he made any fight shu wouM
demand and secure heavy alimony from
him. lie did not fight the case. The second
surprlKe tame when he found attached to
the divorce dei-Ve a clause awanlinir her
ll.ow alimony. Aa Is waa the understand
ing Hhe was not to g"t alimony, tie auk
the decree be annulled, as he s.iya he has
a complete defenae to all the charges she
makes against him.
Julia D. Bttnxlii t has begun suit aguiiiht
Hubert O. Hen-'dlct for a divorce. The
petition was filed Saturday morning in dis
trict court and Immediately withdrawn by
Mlna IVirln wants a divorce from Kail
Perrln, ullcKlng nonsupport.
Building irerinllx UhiihI. MIn 'ls.ia. O.
i Kenwick, HI!'- nih lc1 I'inaiiey. t. Mii
dweillna; A,, i.. i'vleisou, tali OUitft in."i4
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