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THE -BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1900.
The Choice Styles of the Season.
"Trefousfse" l-clns'p, pique, in black, white, brown, tan,
gray nnd mode, per pair $1.75
"Trefousso" 2-olnHp, pique, in black, white tnn, brown,
green, navy, red and gray, per pair $2.00 nnd $2.25
Ak-Sar-Ben Visitors Welcome at Our Store.
m. A special will also be run from
Cresron, la., returning after the parade.
The Northwestern will run specials Wed
nesday, leaving Missouri Valley at 6:46.
Loveland, 6:65; Honey Creek, 8:00; Crescent,
IK. Specials will leave Omaha at 11:30 for
Norfolk, stopping at Irvlnnton to Arling
ton, Inclusive, and Crowell to Norfolk. In
clusive. Oakdals, via' Hcrlbner, and Alhlon,
topping at Nlckerson, Hooper, Scrlbner
and all Intermediate stations between Scrlb
ner and Oakdale. The Northwestern will
also run a special back to Lincoln after
the' parade, ttopplng only at Fremont, and
to Carroll, la., stopping at all stations.
The Illinois Central will run a special
train after the electrical parade as far east
as Wall Lake. Extra equipment will be
placed on all the regular trains this week.
The Rock Island will not run speclul
trains, but will place extra equipment on
all regular trains. The Hock Inland trains
run In such a way that the officials think
they will be able to handle the crowds
without special trains. -
(Continued from First Tage.)
flight was made In , little more than thir
teen mlnutea, or at a rate of slightly over
forty-six miles an hour.
Nearlng the harbor entrance he was con
fronted with the same architectural con
ditions which had caused him to vary his
altitude on the way up. Again he lowered
Mmrelf and when he) reached the open
viitera of the bay he was flying barely
.-Ixty fiet above the surface. Thence on
ward he gradually lessened his height.
Many Congratnla t Ions.
Past Governor's Inland the machine
sped an eighth of a mile over the bay,
then veering sharply around Wright
headed swiftly for the landing place, In
which he settled with the ease of a bird
nmid the enthusiastic plaudits of sol
diers and civilians.
Among the first to extend his con
gratulations was Major General Leonard
Wood, V. S. A., commanding the Depart
ment of the East, who had been an In
terested spectator. Other army officers
also warmly shook the aviator's hand,
"It was a splendid performance; I con
The Curtlss machine, which It had been
hoped also would fly today, was taken
apart this morning and Bhlpped to St.
Louis Curtlss was summoned to Ham
mondsport, N. Y., early today on Impor
tant business, but he will leave for St.
Louis tomorrow to give exhibition flights
there In connection with the centennial
SIX THOUSAND AT' FT, OMAHA
Crowd Monday Breaks Records for
Attendance at Military Post.
FANCY DRILLS ON HORSEBACK
White Mo tin (a of Tronn M Add to
Beaatr of Cavalry RtoUtlonn
Thousands Visit tamp
ICE COMPANY ENTERS PLEA
Says Not Gallty to Charge of Con
spiracy Made In New York .
NEW TORK, Oct. 4. The American Ice
company through Its counsel today en
tered pleas of not guilty to four Indictments
charging It with operating as a monopoly
In restraint of trade.
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The largest crowd of visitors ever as
sembled at Fort Omaha was present Mon
day afternoon to witness the varied mili
tary exercises and visit the camps.
The two battalions-of the Sixteenth In
fantry arrived about noon, coming up from
Fort Crook by special street cars. The
regiment went Into camp north of Balloon
park, beyond the Second cavalry camp.
Many of the earlier visitors witnessed the
Interesting work of a regiment pitching
Tho afternoon program began with base
ball games, which were witnessed by en
thused thousands. Meanwhile the crowd
kept Increasing nnd by the time the cavalry
drills began there was over 6,000 people on
The drill exercises began wlfh battalion
and saber drills by one of the squadrons
J of the Second cavalry, there being four
troops of cavalry In dress uniform and
mounted In the exercises. These consisted
of various marchings by company, platoon
and file fronts, at the walk, trot and gal
lop, countermarchlngs at varied speeds, and
the saber exercises while the command was
In motion and standing. The drill was
carried out to the music of the Second
cavalry band, which stood mounted on
their white steeds Just In the rear of the
cavalry commander. Colonel Frank West
and his staff.
Drill by White Horse Troop.
Upon the conclusion of the squadron drill,
the white horse troop, M of the Second
cavalry, gave an exhibition of fancy move
ment on horseback, to the music of the
band. These consisted of a series of In
tricate evolutions, performed at-a full gal
lop, varied with saber exercises, and con
cluded with the company causing their
horses 'to He down, with the men- still
mounted on them.
At ,Ure close of the cavalry drills, the
visitors were treated to dreHS parade by
the Thirteenth Infantry soldiers, followed
by a half hour of battlion drills to the
music of the Thirteenth infantry band.
As an additional feature of Interest Dr.
Blair of the weather bureau sent up one
of the small rubber balloons, with lis para
chute attafiment of meteorological Instru
ments. The balloon floated off gracefully
to the northwest and attained a very high
altitude, until lost to Vjew to the naked
A great many out-of-town people availed
themselves of the opportunity to visit Camp
Thayer, and enthusiastically applauded the
evolutions of the cavalry and Infantry, as
did the home visitors who are beginning to
realize and appreciate the many attractive
features of Fort Omaha and Camp Thayer.
THE "ARA-NOTCH" takes the place'
of the buttonhole and makes the
Collar sit In a way a buttonhole never
could. Ask for the VBELMONT" an
cents each-) for 35 cents Cluett. Peebody Ac Co.. Makers
ARROW CUFFS. IS cents a pair
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Long I.lstof Appointments In the
floral Mall Service tn Iowa
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 4. (Special Tele-'
gram.) Postmaaters appointed: Ne
braskaFoster, Pierce county, Mrs. Su
san A. Cox, vice W. M. HcConnell, re
signed. South Dakota Old Trail, Stan
ley county, Miss Luella C. Miller, vice K.
rAiftU carjiera appointed: Iowa Adair,
route'"2, E." W. ' Heckmann carrier, John
Donaphue, substitute; Belle Plalne, route
h Unite if
n ! n n n a.
h mm n
Full size STEEL r ft fr
COUCH, at OCitJU
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Two carloads of HIGH GRADE
STOVES just received
up from :
9x12 BRUSSELS RUGS,
9x12 VELVET RUGS,
at, each . . . ,
9x12 AXMINSTER RUGS,
at, each ,
This Range Sold on
2. William M. Chown carrier, J. H. Cel
lar substitute: Coon Ttaplda. route I, Rob
ert H. Miller carrier. Daniel Weaver sub
stitute; Dougherty, route 1, Thomas J.
Kelsh carrier, no substitute: Grant, route
1. John M. Sadler carrier, A. A. Carlton
substitute; Walllngford, route 1, Fred K.
Hanklns carrier, L. B. Nelson substitute.
South Dakota Buahnell, foute 1. I.eon
Shepardson carrier, Otho Coon substitute;
Irene, route 1, Patrick C. Murray car
rier, no substitute; Ramona. route t,
Charles A. Pagel carrier. Otto Pagel sub
stitute. James W. Dickson of Vnlverslty Place,
Neb., has been appointed money order
assorter In the Treasury department,
for Indian Land
Special Trains Bringing Large Num
bers Into Pierre for that
PIERRE, R p., Oct. 4 (Special Tele
gram.) Up to 11 o'clock this evening the
registration was over 900. so far as could
be estimated with the known registration
at the last checking at 4, with a "12 count,
and It Is expected to get up to 1,000 by
There are no special features In the sit
uation this morning, the crowd of about
3.000 strangers In the city all being easily
cared for, with accommodations prepared
for several thousand more. The exposi
tion has attracted op to the present more
than the drawing, and the grain exhibits
from west of the river are attracting the
attention generally of he landseekers.
With the excursion trains which will be
put on tomorrow, the registration Is ex
pected to grow for the rest of this week,
but It will take several days to really In
dicate whether the expectations of numbers
will be met, or any indication of what the
total number Is likely to be. While not
registering, a number of Indians from the
reservation which Is to be parcelled out
are here, Interested spectators In the
white man's efforts lo get their lands,
wlilch they are willing to surrender.
ABERDEEN, 6. D., Oct. 4. Registration
at all points In the opening of the Chey
enne and Standing . Rock Indian reserva
tions for the first sixteen hours. Indicates
that this will be the greatest event of the
kind in he history of the government's
distribution of farm lands. Returns re
ceived at the office of Judge Whltten, sup
erintendent, In this elty, show that at 1
o'clock Monday over 5,000 persons had reg
istered from Sunday at midnight, when
the booths were opened for the eighteen
Judge Wltten says that If the same ave
rage continues for the period, as It Is ex
pected to do, the total of the Tripp' county
opening, 114,000, 'will be exceeded. Figures
for the first period are as follows: Aber
deen, 8.6."; Mobrldge, 260; Lrmmon, 262;
Evening trains swelled the crowds which
had filled the streets during the day, but
nearly as many left on departing trains,
having registered as .they came In.
Hotels and rooming houses are not
crowded, while many large tents pitched
In different parts of the city have accom
modations for thousands. It Is freely pre
dicted registrations will average more than
10,000 a day In Aberdeen, and aggregate
over 200,000 by the time registration closes.
Omaha is to Have
a Fine Exhibit
Captain Burch Comes to Arrange for
Government Display at Corn
WASHINGTON. Oct. 4.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Captain Buroh. chief clerk of the
Department of Agriculture, is expected, to
arrive In Omaha tomorrow for the purpose
of making final arrangements for Installing
the agricultural exhibit now at Seattle at
the National Corn exposition.
Secretary Wilson said today that Omaha
should have an exhibit in keeping with the
importance of the exposition to be held
there In December in honor of "King
Corn,", and he hoped Captain Burch would
give Omaha , an agricultural exhibit of the
very flrtt Importance.
"Omaha is one qf the big cities of the
west." said Secretary Wilson, "and Its in
terest In the development of the country
adjacent to It is representative of Its peo
ple. Omaha has first call tor the National
Corn exposlttop, and the Department of
Agriculture wants to do everything to aid
in making the coming exposition an assured
TAFT PARTY IN
(Continued from First Page.)
cannot be approved, by way of monopoly
and otherwise. Now wp are attempting by
the eeneral law of the United States to
suppress that kind of abuse.
New Laws Needed.
"They were brought to the attention of
the people In a marvelous crusade by my
predecessor, Theodore Roosevelt, and It
is my duty to enforta thosu policies as far
as I may and put upon the statute books,
or at least recommend to congress, that
there be put on the statute books those
aws that shall clinch the progress that
was made under him which he preached
and which we all look forward to aa a
"Hut tho difficulty Is that whenever
everybody Is prosperous, when everybody
U comfortable, then Is the time when our
old friend fcatan steps in and helps along
the evil cause. Then Is the time when
we are apt to be inert and enjoy the thlncs
we have without looking forward Into the
future and seeing that the evils will grow
and ultimately swamp us. It is to the
people that we must look for an enforce
ment of these principles.
"You should select your representatives
and have them know you are watching
them In congress and see that they fol
low the Hue of enforcement.
"Of course, we want prosperity, but we
wlh prosperity In such a way that there
shall be an equality of opportunity mong
the individuals so that everybody will get
bis share, and that It shall not be con
fined to a few who monopolize the means
of production or the means of transpor
tation and thus prevent that equality of
distribution which we all like to see.
"It Is a question of the enforcement of
"Now, my -fellow citizens, I feel sure
that you are not only healthy in body,
but healthy In mine; that you are in favor
of the god things; that you are In favor
of decent - government; that you are in
favor of decent men and decent women
and that you look forward to the future
aa the time when we shall all grow
"We cannot all be altrulHts in the sense
that we can devote our attention to some-
n i l' b ll I liu llm. f i if u-a h. ia In
ook after ouroelves and our famili; but J
I am sure that In the last generation
there has been an Improvement through
out our country with reference to a char
itable feeling toward all on the jMirt of
each, and a desire on the pnrt of each
to help all."
Wrlh'a Case out Inncd.
PORTLAND. Ore . Oct. 4 The examina
tion of Arthur O. Wright, who was arrested
on Saturday because of his persistence In
attempting to get near President Taft and
upon whom waa found a revolver and an
extra supply of ammunition, was continued
today until Wednesday. Wright Is charged
with, carrying a concealed weapon. The po
lice have been Investigating his record and
are satisfied now that he had no evil In
tentions. He probably will be released.
hoteueuti or oceaj steamships.
Port. Arrl4. luiid.
NEW TOHK Minnehaha
NEW TORK Ij.rl.nd
NEW TORK O. Washington. . ..
NRW YORK I Toumln
PHILADELPHIA. . Hvrfprd
Ql 'EKNSTOWN... Oltlc Ar.htc
l KKNHTOWN rmr.nl.
UIBRALTBR BVrlln Carp.lhl.
LIVERPOOL ( nt1 Bo.ton.Ltv
To 6es bexvcjc.o
manufactureo B Tut
Fig Syrup Co.
SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS 50'ADOTTU
t .... hJ
Ceciliai) Player Piano
LATEST MODEL $700
Of all the musical fnstruments,
there Is none so univerally appre
ciated as the Piano, and yet It la
almost universally idle standing In
the parlor untouched for days, weeks
and sometimes for years. You may
have a musical hunger and the means
of satisfying It right In your home,
yet to you it Is like a locked treasure
with the key lost.
The Player Piano Is never locked
It rather invites you to Indulge your
musical fancy and that of your
friends. You are never at a lens
for the means of entertainment, not
to speak of the real muHkul educa
tion it affords.
The Ceclllan Is the pioneer of Piano
Players. The Ceclllan Piano is the
pioneer of Player pianos. They are
not merely the best they are by far
the best. Don't make the mistake of
buying any kind of a Piano until you
have Keen the Ceclllan. Played by
hand or by the music roll.
riano Players $100 Up.
Flayer Pianos $350 Up.
Music for all Piano- Players.
PIANO PLAYER CO.
Old Boston Store, ad Ploor.
nwV" - viz-
lSiT FARNAM ST.
sale at .
sale at ,
on . $25.00
for every, occasion, of bcQftdeloth,
S'rge',' pnnnmn nnd silk including
the nllover embroidered silk Jersey,
dresses which are extremely popu
lar in the east.
V ' ' ' ' .
Does he satisfy you?
We recognise that a well satisfied cus
tomer is the most effective agent for the
extension of business. That's why Nlcool's
business Increases generously with each
It Isn't alone the p'rlce; It's better fab
ricsbetter tailoring better trimmings
; better all around satisfaction than you'll
I find with Uie average tailor.
YOUR FARE- PAID TO
OMAHA AND RETURN
Liberal Offer Made by Dr. Milen
of the Austro-American
ONLY TOR SICK PEOPLE
Many hundred people nave been ad
slsed as to their true condition by the
great Auatro-Amerlcan Doctors, and at no
expense to themuelves, for they make-It
a rule to never charge for consultation
or advice, and they will not have any
thing to do with any case which,' to them
appears to be incurable. They will frank
ly tell the patient of his condition and
will not accept his money.
Their system of treatment Is by what
the medical world terms the "New
Method" treatment. It consists of diag
nose by the great Dr. Theodore Milen,
who determines the cause of the disease,
and this cause Is then treated rather than
the effects of the disease, as medical men
have so long done. When the cause Is
eradicated, of course the patient has a
cure which Is everlasting.
When a cane la accepted by the
Austro-American Doctors it practically
amounts to a complete cure, whether the
aliment be paralysis, rheumatism, goitre,
epilepsy, gall Btones, diseases of the liver,
kidneys, stcmicr:, blod, chronic an'l ner
vous diseases of men and women. Ju ;t
because a case has been pronounced In
curable Is no reasun for not consulting
them, for most of the patlenta they treat
are those woe case lias time and time
again been pronounced hopeless, yet these
great doctors with their "New Method"
treatment are turning these old-time suf
ferers Into well men und women.
Strict privacy Is maintained for both
men and women. Their offic es uu I labor
atories are on the fourth floor of the
Ramgc building, right opposite the Or
pheum theater at 15th and Harney
streets. The Harney street cars go right
past the offices
r.ut you'd better drop In today and have
a chat with one of our salesmen.
Trousers 56to$12, Suits $25 to $50
WILLIAM JEKKEMS' BOSS.
800-11 bo. lBtb SI
A fellow who
. hadn't smoked In
. 20 years, caught
whiff of the aroma
of ruy 'TRUST
HI STF.K 6c cigar, and now he
hat got the habit again."
Central Cigar Store
S2t South t6th Strttt. '
IS ALWAYS OPEN AT BOT
1612 FAKNAM & 1406 DOUGLAS
It 1 an Ideal place fur ahoppers-COOL-CLE
1B06 r amain it.
Tel. Douglas 6771
THE NEW DELICATESSEN
TVMM WHOLESOME TOOSI
Cold Roast Meats iiread Salads
Dolled Ham Cakes Cottage Cheese
Baked Beans Pies potato Chips
Kra. It W. Jacobs Miss S. Jacobs
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
'' One Dollar a Tear.
TMt UCKLC Of OMAHA'S AMUSEMENT B.CLT
BAM U. and I.EB flHUUXBT, Inc., Offet
Aa Played BBS Times at Daly's Theatet,
Mew York City.
Ivsnlngs 85o to 91.60, Tuesday KattaM
Best Beata 91.00.
10 a. m. to 11 p. m. Continuous Vaudeville.
Thursday, rridajr and Saturday Matinee.
The Wonderful Wafers of Colfn
Come to Colfax. Let these great
waters cur you.
The ouratlvo effucts of these
great mineral waters are remark
able In the extreme. The old M. ;.
and Murle Spring waters have an
Immediate cathartic and diuretic
action and are nmi'eded to be eguul
If not superior to the great foreign
Colfax Water Cures Baenmatlsm
These wonderful waters :irt pos
sessed of a remark it. lo medicinal
value and are a voml'iiful eure for
all forms of Kaeuinatism, Obesity,
Constipation, und Kidney and Blad
The New Hotel Co'fai
has been built at these world fam
ous springs. The accomodations
are tiusurpased. A great fe-uuie
of the hotel Is its magnificent
baths. Uesldes the Mineral Water
Cure In all Its forms there are tho
Electric, the Turkish and the Nau
lioini System Baths.
Rain Ancrlcai ritn, tl sir say sa4 as
Colfax Is on the main line of the
Rock island Line. 23 miles east of
pes Moines. Hourly lnterurhan
service between Des Moines ar.d
Colfax. Take electric tar direct
from depot to hotnl.
Write for illustrated booklet. 7)
EiKST W. tOMZSli Mar.
Hotel Colfax Colfax, Iowa
xvaiuax mjib wxiuAJuxM'a.xt
S. MILLER KENT in
"A DRY TOWN
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
lMCIIAlil) CAKLK, .k
In His Musioal Success -
U.S. MARINE BAND
Monday and Tuesday
OCT. 4 and 5.
Matinee, Tuesday afternoon.
Reserved Sents, 50c, 75c, $1
General Admission, 25 C. -Matinee
Priees, 25c nnd 50c,
Wi auk. ill it tell
Omaha Trunk Factcry
We aleo aarry a fins line of Z,at: -i toit
Dauf. lOba ISO raxaam St. la.,.. A-tuSa
16TB AND JtCISOS
rnexcrll.d Kur lis Htauty and
BIG WRESTLING MATCH
WESTERGAAItD . .
Thursday Night, October 7th.
Beserrtd Beats, OOo, 75o and 11.00.
OEBEBAI. ASaflBSIOB, 9V).
Bale Oysas Wednesday, October Stn.
TODAT, 8:1B XTEBT BIOBT, BUS
Ibis Week Tom Hawn, Cbas. T. Be-
mnn. Jnnninn Walla . .
Arthur W hit-law, Martini si Mlnulia,
wuua - awuuurome ana Orvneum Con-
cart Orchestra. Vrlces lOo, 85c, 6O0.
Prices I 16s, ase, bQo ana TSc.
TOWIOHT ICATIBEB WEDXIID1T
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