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THE HEK: OMAILV,' "VVEHNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 19001.
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Wednesday The Last Dy ol oar Special
Opening Sale o! Blankets au J Comforters
If you have' not yet taken advantage of the reduced
prices prevailing during this sale it will pay you to do bo
$8 50 Grey Wool niankets at, pair $2.70
4.50 Grey Wool Blankets at, pair Jj;j!t!J
5.00 Grey Wool Blankets at, pair 4!ii)
9.00 Grey Wool Blanket! at, pair S7!t0
4.00 Tlald Blankets at, pair -. . .. 32t)
5.00 Pl&id Blankets at, pair itf4!29
$3.00 Deacon niankets, grey, tan or white,' at, pair $l!(J8
1.25 Beacon Crib Blankets, at, each )8
1.00 Comforters, sllkallne covered, at, each 79
1.25 Comforters, sllkollne covered at, each f)8
60c Baby Crib Comforters, at, each CO?
COc Cotton Blankets, at, pair 48V
2.50 Plaid Blankets, at, pair 82.10
.' " See our line Imported and camel's hair blankets nothing finer
produced In the world.
' Weit Basement.
See our Howard street windows.
.1, . Are Welcome at Thompson llelilen A Co's. Store.
Just one block west of the Auditorium. Make our resting rooms
four meeting place. There are many free conveniences.
word of welcome for tne aerte of the stat
end told iom stories that kept the con
VMitlon In a roar of laughter.
I he first to respond on behalf of th
visitors was Theodor A. Bell of Bat
r rinciM, who predicted an especially
valuable aeaalon for the order. It also
alluded to the principles of th order
which he represented.
A. W. Jefferls, representing the business
and commercial Interests of the city, e
pressed tne appreciation of the city at the
honor of entertaining the convention.
Herlac Get Load Cheers.
Grand Worthy Vic JT-stdent Frank P!
Herlng was loudly applauded when he paid
a tribute to Kev. Robert L. Wheeler of
South Omaha for coming to the defense of
me Kagiee in an article published broad
cast two years ago.
. unina wormy president Bernard J.
Monaghan waa the laat speaker. He con
cluded with a direction to the grand con
aucior io tax possession of th Audi
torium as soon the meeting was over and
to admit none but members of th grand
aerl to th hall. The grand arrl sarafan
was announced to begin at I p. m.
an Imult lo the backbone and sinew of this
unlvetsally otserved In our order. His ad
mlnlatiaiion of the affairs of the older
wsm such he reflected upon hlmaelf as an
officer and a man and upon th order
which has honored him.
'The writer has with on sweep offered
great American nation by his slanderous
allusions to the chsracter and manner
of living' of the Irish, the Scotch, the
Germans, the Italians, the Hebrews and
to fhrlr decendsnts, of whom the great
body of our n.embershlp is composed, as
!1 a to the nation Itself."
Prs-lilenl' Monaghan says that It Is true
that barte.ident, saloon keepers and poli
tician are members of the order and be
deciar.a flint for these men, ss well as
nieft who are engaged In every other honest
calling, the members of the organization
have (h "highest respect and most pro
"To our dlstlgulsned past grand worthy
president," said the speaker, "who has
b rn 'tho victim of this foul attack, your
present grand worthy president wishes a
long and happy life and hopes that, to
Mm may com. every measure of success,
us a politician and as rn honored member."
St. I.onla Enters Race.
Interest In this morning's session centers
srnund th nomination of officers. Noml
tatlon speeches will be made after the
reports of several committees have been
read. Tonight secret work will be exem
plified at tbn auditorium. The election 'of
officers ,. will come Thursday, th polls
being open from 10 a. nt. to 4 p. rn.
Delegates from the west, yesterday.
started a demonstration for St. Louis as
th .convntlon city In 1910. San Francisco
Is said to be helping the movement as an
aid : to- Its boom for the meeting In 1611.
Delegates from the middle west were pre
Aiding that . St. Louis would win out, but
Louisville. St., Paul and Saratoga wr
stilt fighting hard.
Senator Orady apparently has It all his
( way for Grand Worthy vie president.
' ' w Hour of Activity'.
Tbe -two tours preceding th opening of
the enBTsntlon wer bus ones for'the wlr
pullers, and before ' th convention was
The Midwest Life
A mortgage ' cn good Nebraska real
estate la conceded to be as high class
security as a llf company can hava In
it vaults. Th Midwest Llf has th
distinction of having a greater per cent
of Its assets la mortgages than any other
llf Insurance company east or wst, and
It ha maintained this position for th
three years it has been In business. On
December t, 1W6, th date of Its last
annual statement. The Midwest Llfa
had ninety-two per cent of Its total
aKSets In mortgages, all on Nebraska real
estate. This money will stay in Nebraska
and will not be sent elsewhere for Invest
ment In case of. a panto or bualness de
pression. Th officer, stockholders and
policyholders are physically and finan
cially part and parcel of this state. Their
whole interest are her. Every premium
paid The Midwest Llf for Insurance
helps a Nebraska institution and every
premium paid an eastern company for llf
Insurance helps an eastern Institution.
Home office of Th Midwest Life, 1007
O street, Lincoln.
called to order a new turn had been taken
In tho scrap for the convention In 110.
San Franclrco, so It was said, might be
forced to take the convention next year,
though the California delegation Is her
avowedly for the meeting th followlne
year. This turn was given to events bv
tho delegates from the east who are work
Ir.g for Buffalo. The easterners are trying
to send the convention west next year In
oraer to give a ire course for th Niagara
runs city th follow Ins year.
Spokan ha entered the race with an
offer of 126,000 mad by th Chamber of
Commerce to aid In Davlns tha hmium
of the grand aerie should It meet there
Del cary Smith, representing th city, has
mad the offer to th convention and he Is
backed by D. Sanders, a rollllonalr whole
saler and mining man, and Judg N. .
Nuzum, a member of the judiciary com
mittee. In case Spokane does not get the
convention this year It will go after a fu
It waa an enthusiastic bunoh of dele
gates that gathered In the Auditorium for
the opening session. Many cltlxnna r
Omaha were attracted by the only open
session or the grand aerie to be held and
looked in to see what an Eagles' conven
tion Is ilk. The women were nlao v.rv
liberal In their attendance at the miin
and were given seats of honor in the frnnt
un tn platform were Paat President
ineoaore A. Bell, Grand Worthy Presl-
dent B. J. Monaghan, Grand Worthy Vice
President Frank E. Herlng, H. H. Thomp
son, tne nrst grand worthy president of
the order; Harry L. LeavetL John A
Cllne, R. L. Armstrong, Martin Gray Fin
ley McCrea, Charles 8. Flannery, Grand
Secretary Conrad H. Mann. Edward
Krause, W. J. Gartland, Charles E. Mc
Donald and J. F. Paltlrs all either prea
ent or past officers of the order.
City and county officials and many
prominent citizen of Omaha also occu
pied, seata on the platform,
Oreer of.. Excreta....,. , ,,..-
Itobert F.' Bacon, chairman ,uftb. local
comihl't tee on arrangements, bad th honor
of calling th meeting of th grand are
to order. H introduced Rt. R. L.
Wheeler of South Omaha, wbe offered the
Following th .Invocation k welcomed
the delegate to Omaha, wished them an
enjoyable aeaaion and then introduced
Mayor Dahlman as a prodigal son from
As the mayor supped forward George
Green's band struck, up "My Country TIs
of Thee" and the audience rose And stood
during the playing of the national hymn.
"Omaha has been looking forward many
months to this great gathering of men and
women," said the mayor. "W have heard
of your convention and have been ambi
tious to hav you meet In our city. I
bellev you will find th citizens of
Omaha broad gauged and sympathetic.
Omaha told you when you promtaed to
com here It would make good and It la
here to make good. J. glady turn over the
key of th city to your keeping, confident
that it will be returned by you without
blemish or stain."
George F. West, president of the local
aerie, then took th helm and steered tha
convention during tha rest of th session.
In a speech sparkling with wit he wel
comed the Eagles In behalf of th local
John J. Ryder, atat president, added a
ALTHAUS HEADS STATE F.O.E.
(Continued from First Pag.)
-all that's now
in the way of
presidency, although there la no law of
succession in th state aerie as there I In
the grand body, la the position that brings
a member Into the higher office of presi
dent, for It has always been Customary with
the Nebraska state Eagles to advance the
vice president each year with election to the
Three or four of the aeries out In th
state came to the convention pledged to
their favorite sons and tried to work up
booms for them, but after a little cam
paigning they found that sentiment fav
ored giving Benson's mayor the position
ana they jumped into the Tracy band
The unwritten law of succession was fol
lowed out when Vice President Jul Al-
thaua of Omaha was elected without oppo
sition to the presidency. His was the only
name proposed by the convention and It
was amid many cheers that he was ad
vanced to th higher office.
Ryder Given Boost.
J. 3. Ryder, who has been president of
the Nebraaka aerie for the last year, and
who Is secretary of the national conven
tion commltteo. was made past worthy
president with the hearty approval of every
Secretary J. M. Tanner had no opposi
tion for re-election and wa selected by a
unanimous vote. Th members declared
he had mad an excellent officer and they
would not consider his suggestion that he
withdraw in favor of some Eagle who
had not yt held office.
The officer were Installed at th close
of the regular meeting In a short ceremony,
which was oonducted by Lee Eavans of
Aerie No. 104 of Council Bluffs.
The treasurer's report, which In the ab
sence of State Treasurer L. F. J. Iacger
of Chadron was read by Secretary Tan
ner, had a balance of $100 In th treas
ury. President J. J. Ryder was absent from
the convention, owing to his duties at tho
national aerie, and Vice . praaldent Jul
Althaus was th presiding officer.
The delegates decided to make Ne
braaka a leader In the fight for a home
for consumptive Eagles. They will try
to get the present national convention to
take action, but falling in that, they will
continue their efforts and will work up
force to bring favorable action at the
Hope for Taherenloal Hone.
Hope, however, is - expressed . that the
pieafnt session of the grand aerie will pass
a resolution giving the grand .officers
power to levy, a ? tax -for .building - th
horn. ........ . .. ', . . ..
Since th grand officers earn to Omaha
the leading men among the Nebraska
Eagles in the fight for the home hava
ollclted aid from thes men and have'
been assured that steps will be taken to
bring about some action on the matter
this week. The grand officers are declared
to hav tha Influence to bring about Such
action If they really car to us . It, and
it is believed they will be aa .
their word In the present case.
Grand Worthy 8:cretary Mann has openly
Says Austro-American Doctors
. Gall Stone Treatment Bor
FREE TO ALt. UNTIL OCTOBER I
Below l printed a 'voluntary letter from
Mrs. "W. M. Donaldson of Benson, Neb.
Mrs. .Donaldson has ben a frightful suf
ferer from an advanced stage of gall stone
trouble until she cam to th Auatro-Amer-Ican
Doctor sum month ago, and since
taking th treatment last spring she has
had not relapae of th trouble.
' BENSON, Neb., March . 1909.
Auatro-Amarlcan Doctors, 428 Ramge
Building, Omaha. Neb.
Dear Sirs: Befor taking the Austro
Amerlcan treatment I vomited daily and
could hardly eat even crackers. I could
hardly bear weight of clnthea. Ktnoe
commencing my treatment th vomiting
has ceased and I feel better than I hav
for year. Your treatment for rati atones
certainly borders on the miraculous. Tours
truly, MRS. ,W, M. DONALDSON.
: Mrs. Donaldson wa treated by the "new
method" treatment which Is causing so
much comment In medical circles. Thla
consists of removing the cause of disease
InsteaeV-ef aimlessly treating its after ef
fects, as many not using the "new method"
treatment must do.
Th famous Doctor. Theodora Mllen I.
chief f staff ana fi lr aaslsted by a staff
of the greateat Specialists In this country.
Doctor Mrlen nas had more than thlrtv
years of practice and research both In this
country and in th famou Austrian clinics
and he personally directs th handling of
They make it a rule not to charge for
consultation or advice. Until Oc'ober 1
they have decided to treat all persons free
except for the cost of medicine who desire
to avail themselves of the opportunity be
for October 1, Suffering people In this
community should immediately avail them
selves of this grand offer.
Innumerable hav .been the cure ef
fected by the Austro-American Doc or In
such ailments aa Paralysis, Rheumatism
Goitre, Epilepsy, Gall Stones, Diseases o.
the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach. Blood.
Chronla and Nervous Diseases of Men and
Separata quarters and etrlct privacy for
men and women. If any doubt exists as ti
their ability to give a complete cure, the
case will not be accepted.
Elegant offices and laboratnr' are
maintained on th fourth floor of th
Ramge Block at Fifteenth and Harney
streets, opposite the Orpheum theater.
This building may b reached from either
depot by the Harney street car.
"Ooodyear Raincoats Hclgn Nuprim'
the store where
Raincoat (Quality is as High
as the Eagles' Flight!
Welcome Engles! And during your leisure moments drcrp in and see un, nnd make this
store your headquarters. It'll surely be worth your while. Hero you will see us celling tho
world's best ruinproof garments the "Ooodyeur" kind for less money than tho retail store
pay wholesale for theirs. You will seo that
Every Dollar Counts for Three Here
'Because We are the world's largest raincoat manufacturer! and we make ALL the
g-oods we sell, and sell ALL the good we make, at the maker ' prices. The middlemen's
profits are the purchasers' saving. During Eagle days only we are selling:
one to put up Omaha's second hotel. He
had It done In less than two months' time
and I guess from what he aald it waa a
big hotel, too.
"Mr. Train told ma before he died that
hi hotel, was near XYm river, but all I
find ther now are big wholesale houses,
as big as any w hav in Tacoma."
The hotel Train built was lastly occu
pied by the Omaha- Theological seminary,
but. was torn 5own several years ago to
give way to a modern wholesale building.
It atood at Ninth and Harney streets.
ves ,.r(t ' -;,
Concert in ARtrhoon, Theaters at
:r Ifighjlaft Tuesday for. Fair . .'
. -Visitor. v . .....-,:
The new stylish onea In nil the
popular shades and makes, beauti
fully trimmed and perfect fitting
garments. llrRgest glectlon of
Cravenettea, Ilalncoats nnd fillk
Waterproof Oarment at prices far
below those) of the department
tores. Note the) differences
$20.00 Silk Coata,
our special price
125.00 Silk Coats,
our special price
130.00 Silk Coats,
our special price
our special price
our special price
our special prloe
Now fall styles In men's Rain
coats, new fabrics and shades, well
tailored, nlrely trimmed and are
perfect fitting. Our stock offers
best choice at tuuso "Hpoolal Kagle
our special price
I IS. 00 Raincoats.,
our special prloe
120.00 llalocoau. eA AA
our spnclal prloe JlMlvJ
our special price ,
130.00 Cra veneres, sis r.
our special price ....Jlj.DU
185.00 Craveneites, aWrifi
our special price . . . . Jlj.O'J
Orders by mail promptly
attended to, when accom
panied by check or money-order.
The only exclusive rain
coat store in Omaha. Don't
Our Binding Ouarantee:
Money back if goods are
I ..l,p si-.-i
Goodyear Raincoat Co.
S. E. Cor lGtti and Davenport Olrcclo.
Two hundred or mor visiting Eagl
women were entertained at, .a musicals at
the Pazton yesterday afternoon in llei' of
the planned but abandoned automobile ride.
It Is no secret' that the visitors we Ala.
A balf score of noted eastern
manufacturers of juvenile hats
and caps hasten their late nov
elties to ua the MOMENT they
, are produced.
. They've standing orders to do
this that Is why one may shop
- here at ANY time and see
something or other that Is as
EXCLUSIVE aa It Is chic and
Headgear designers have been
more prolific this season than
evei girls', misses' and boys'
hats are here In stales that will
cause one to enthuse.
Bring in those Juveniles when
next you are by try something
jaunty upon them have them
start out the fall . season In
headwear that la "right."
GIRLS' AMI MISSES' FELT HATS We ere showing all of
'the newer things In round or square crown styles, In navy,
golf red. stone shade or browns. In Urgo diversity of
IdesM, ranging from $3.60 to as low $1 23
HOYS' HATS The little felt hate or stitched ht shown
here now for boys, are out of the ordinary and include thoae
very popular rolling rim styles. Hound or square f
crowus la many a shade at $2 and low as .& I
CAPB The "KuU Hog." "Auto," or "Golf shapes are here
for boya, la cheviots, ergea, corduroys and loatb- fr f
ere, at 1 end then down to low aa . . . . , JJC
Tut vouho pfopirs
own itoh --vrvrr rT A i
appointed because the auto ride had to be
declared himself In favor of the home and "'Tf"! d,!,BPPlntmnt WM lis-
uj .mc Duwras ui tne musicals. '
The songs werefurnlshed by Miss Blanche
Sorenson of Omaha and thre member of
the famous California Eagles' minstrel
troup yl Newman, Charles Bntterworth
and Martin Weloh. They were assisted by
Fred Forner," their pianist. Th women's
entertainment committee had also provided
The muslcale, which waa well managed
throughout, was somewhat in th nature
of a formal reception. Mrs. George Rogers,
chairman of the women'st entertainraen
committee, waa asaisted by Mesdames C. J.
Weeth, M. J. Ford. A. V. If eaher and C.
B. Bcarr. The parlors of th Paxton wer
made" handsome with flowers tind a punch
bowl stood at on side. Th various songs,
and stories also, by the Callfornlana, were
In tha evening 100 of the visiting women
wer sent to th Boyd and aa many mor
to th Krug. Thursday night there will
be parties for them at the Orpheum and
Burwood. Wednesday afternoon a trip
through tha retail stores Is on the program
and In the evening the card party at the
is Denevea to be a strong supporter . of
the proposition. He will use his Influ
ence to bring the right action. He says
th convention will, without doubt, vote
an appropriation for the tuberculosis
Nebraska' state aerie Is on of th few
subordinate bodlea that has com out
openly for stale autonomy. Horn of the
ether states are aald to favor tha ni
plan, but they hav been loath to make a
Th Nebraska delegate are disgusted
with the present plan of permitting each
aerie in a state to be represented In the
national conventions; they believe th
state aerie ought to select the delegates
and they have started to get the national
aerie to make a change.
It la not considered likely that such a
change will be mad by th present con
vention. Too many of the grand officers.
including Secretary Mann, are opposed
to stat autonomy, and their influence will
be, it la thought, too great.
Ia Aitonomr Flaht to Stay.
Nevertheless, the Nebraska Eaglea have
set themselves the task of bringing' about
th change, and they are going to carry
on their fight after this year, if they lose
in the present convention. They mean to
enlist other states In the cause and make
a big fight before the 1910 meeting.
The new method of making stat laws,
favored by the Nebraska delegates to the
state aerie, would do away with the pres
ent system of having all th past worthy
presidents meet each year to draft pro
posed changes, and would substitute a
commltte of five junior past worthy
presidents to do th work.'. Th Nebraska
convention hopea to get this recommenda
tion befor th 1910 convention and hav
the chang made at that time.
The delegates were pleased with the way
In which Benson cared for them, and they
declared they were willing to return to
that city some time in the future.
COMES SUVHIIAL, YEARS LATE
Fries of Georar Krssel Trala
Wanted to See ) alPk-Ruilt Hotel.
Among th delegates from the Paclflo
coast country Is J. F. Meads, city comp
troller of Tacoma, Wash. Mr. Meads,
who la past president of the Tucoma aerie
No. t, aays one of the inducements to com
to Omaha was to see the hotel built In
th early days In sixty days by his friend,
th lata George Francis Train.
"Mr. Train was always telling about th
way he got even with a hotel .keeper In
Omaha in th vary early days by bulld
anotliar hotel and putting him out of busi
ness," said Mr. Meads. "It aeeins that he
waa compelled to eat breakfaat by a
broken window on cold morning in an
Omaha hotel and paid a negro waiter a
dollar to atand by the window and keep
the wind from blowing on him. After
breakfaat ha made a kick at the office
only to be told that If he did not like It
he did not hav to stay.
" 'AU right. I won t stay, and I'll hav
another hotel here Inside of sixty days.'
lie told the landlord, and proceeded at
-1517 rARNAM " STr ; - KhZ:lfM
HOCK ISLAND MAYOR ACTIV
MaCaakrla 'Whooping . It
' a Compatriot.
Mayor George Washington McCaskrln
of Rock Island, III., waa th big noise In
the lobby of th Paxton hotel Tuesday
afternoon. It was all about the boom of
I'an C. Kelly, water commissioner vf
Rock Island, for trustee. Mayor McCask
rln hitched up with our "Jim" for the
afternoon, but managed to get In a good
deal of campaigning for his favorite. His
first official act after reaching Omaha
wss to buy an Ak-Sar-Ben hat to replace
his broad brimmed black fedora, which
with his long Prlnoe Albert coat and his
can made him a figure to attract atten
tion wherever he went.
Harvest lloiue at Ames.
AMES, la.. Sept. 14 (S;clal.) The
Harvest Home festival days at Ames this
Gen lis Dentistry
Very fraxjoratly I am asked
how I caut work so rsjtldlj and
yst so Uiuruughly.
I'm abl to do this princi
pally bo. a use I first allay th
pain iu u IwtUi. Tint aver
& age pereua does) not uiind th
puXUug and pujthlag of lnatrw
tnaaiaciuu so loug as there
ia ae auut pain. On the other
hand nothing retards th work
so ftuait a patient mad
fretful by sain.
Fillings IIM and up.
Or. J. D. Fickes
816-217 Hoard of Trade.
lOtb and Faraam HU, 8. W.
-. w w 'MP ssr
New Autumn garments, suitable for immediate vear.
Many Stylos In Tailored Suits
Many high class makers of importance have contributed
some of their best models to this great line and re fwl eon
fident that suits of equal merit are not to be had l$vh.rx
At 25.00, $35.00 and $ 15.00 we show th mot
correct kind of plain mannish tailored walking suita.
Tailored DfeSSGS '
at SI 2. 75, $17.50, $22.50, $29.50 and $35.00
These dresses are very fashionable for street nnd gen
eral wear this fall. We have many models, strictly plain
tailored others are stylishly embroidered or trimmed in
C32ii:.Tnxk Factory 4.,
vosas-ai a ens
YSX3AJL St.Atit.SI ATTAAOTIOsT
GA&XXNXLE and ENGLISH
A-CUJtjrrrA or styomTg.
tamaf Baadey far roar rform-
Ut Chloaf Mnaiaal aniooesa
Acclamation, the Ca(1. Ohole.
year will be Friday and Saturday. Octo
ber 1 and 2. The entire college will be
thrown open to inspection at this time.
Student will be at work In the various
laboratories, so that th application at
science to th problem of everyday life
can be demonstrated. Competent guides
will be at hand to explain . everything.
The animal husbandry departmn-nt will
furnish a parade of high class stock long
enough to reach around the campus.
Friday Governor Carroll and Senator
Cummins will speak. Saturday an ad
dress will b given by Lafe - Young of
lies Moines. There will be two football
games Friday, the freshman-sophomore
and the junior-senior class games. Lfe
Young of Pes Moines will give an ad
dress Saturday, and the Ames varsity
foot ball team will play Cos college.
A A arrant tCKll.
Edgar ft. Baylisu, a merchant of Robin,
on vllle, Del., wrote: "About two years
ago I was thin and sick, and coughed all
tn. time, and if I did not have consump
tion, it was very near to It. I commenced
using Foley's Honey and Tar, and it
stopped my cough, and I am now entirely
well and have gained twenty-eight pounds,
all due to the good results from taking
Foley's lioncy and Tar." Sold by all druggists.
WASHINGTON, 8rpt. 14,-Foreoast of tha
weather for Wednesday and Thursday:
For Nebraska. Iowa. Missouri. South
Dakota and Kansaa-Fair Wednesday and
Thuraday; no decided Chans In tempera
ture. For Colorado, Wyoming. Montana-Fair
Wednesday and Thursday, 1
Iavitatioa to VUHIaa; Kuatlra.
Omaha camp. No. 130, Modtrn Woodmen
of America, extends a cordial Invitation
to the visiting Eaglea and friends on
Wednesday evening at their hall in the
Continental building. Fifteenth and Doug
las streets, to attend a smoker and an
evening's entertainment. Including refresh
ments. V. S. WILKON. Consul.
C. H. T. KIEPKN. Clerk.
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