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THE BKE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER lo. 1900.
Dell Danf . Ill
Great Sale of House Dresses
Friday at Bargain Square
Ir No: 3 in Basement
Eyipry. Woman should 1e interested in this sale. .
Oiiepiece giiighnui dresses good, full sizes; fine value
at $2.50, Friday to close the lot, eneh 98c.
One" piece gingham dresses, regular $3.25 value, Friday,
each $2.6 H.'. ' : ' " '
One piftce percale dresses in cadet, blue, regular $2.25
value, Friday, at, each, $1.98. ;
'One piece percale dresses iin light blue and dark gray,
regular $2.00; value, Friday, ehrjh $1.49.
V 5cc ;6.ur Howard street windows for one of
the greatest glove sales In the history of Thomp
son, Delden & Co. .
MT CLOSES AROUND NEGRO
(Continued from First Page.)
pawn hop at Eleventh and Farnam
streets. The watch was Identified through
a telegram from the Chicago police reply
ing to a query from the police here for
the numbers on the cane and work. John
eon, It lii charged, sold this watch to Segal
for , at; 11 o'clock Thuraday morning. The
negro was" taken to the pawn ahop a few
houra after hla arrest and was there posl.
tlvely Identified by Beg",) ss the man who
aold the watch. The Identification of John
aon aa the man who aold the watch la con
alderedj 1 the -defectives aa their strong
cst evidence- against Hlfn.
Blood atalna were found on the edges of
the negre'e caffs and !et aleeve on hla left
arm. In hla pocket he carried a new keen
knife whlo also , bore blood stains. The
knife la tlnyt-.buV effective weapon. It
had been purchased but, reently aa It bore
even the Ink marked price ' on the blade.
The negro had In his pockets 15.75 In cur
rency. He claimed" that this was the last
payment of his pension for service In the
Spanish-American war. He also had a
small diamond and' a few bits of masculine
Jewelry; which may, become valuable biu
Admits Cacti, Dealea Murder,
Under the fire of questioning Ay Chief
Savage, of the detective department, the
negro admitted being, with' Frankland and
entering the saloon with him. In fact, all
Of the facta In the" possession of the police,
except .the.1 actual killing and robbing of
the victim, .are admitted by Johnson.
' Johnson Is steadfast In his denial when
directly aectwed-ibf ' the crime. He ex
plained the blood, rtt&ins on his clothing by
aylng that two' weeks ago he was em-
p)Qy4.a, Cuok.t.a hotel la Grand, Island
and there atalned hla clothes while work-
) Vernle Wlllhlte, a young negro woman,
with whom Johnson waa found to have
apen Wednesday , right at the llumboit
, hotel; was Subjected to clone examination
' by ' the detectives for several houra.
I This woman will be a wtlnesa at the In
J quest to be held at 10 o'clock this morning
; by Coroner Heafey.
J Frank Qallvan, elevator boy at .Union
, station, M-as ho n Johnson at the police
i station. The boy ; said that he thought
.' that Johnson was a negro whom he had
scea with Frankland about the depot. They
were, he aald. apparently drinking heavily.
; , Jobnsop ad been 'rooming for the last
four weeks iat the , home of Lxe Travis, a
negro, at 723 North Sixteenth stret. He
left that. place, according to hla landlord,
without ;vyhig hla last : week's rent, on
Tuesday, taking- out hla effects In the ab
sence of the family. He had aald previous
to his deparicre that tie was going to leave
soqh toHake-out a ran as cook on a dining
Styles for now
.V- ' -
5 ' Coat a
- , -QlrlV
v-. " Coats
CHL Not bit!
MtOI ALL Dim-IM. A-IS4I
car running west. Travis says that John
son had a suit case and telescope valise.
It Is possible that It was these which John
son shipped to Chicago.
For several weeks Johnson worked as a
waiter at the Henshaw. He waa dis
missed there and last week put In two
dayV work at the Rome.
Little Known of Fraakland.
The body of Frankland Is lying at
Heafey's morgue.' No reply has been re
ceived from messages forwarded to his
family, which Uvea at 1148 Wilcox avenue,
Little Is known here of Frankland. Mes
sages found In his clothea t?nd to show
that he waa engaged In railroad work. A
letter from Mrs. Frankland found In hla
pockets shows that he Is the head of a
family and that there are Several children.
Statements made show that he had been
sending money home to meet debts and for
the support of the family. Mrs. Frankland
expresses surprise In learning that her hus
band waa far from home, but the letter
bears no mark to allow where It was re
ceived. James Tull, a bridge carpenter employed
at Flattsmoulh on the construction of a
railway work, who was arrested by the
police In connection with their investigation
of the- case because he waa aeen wltli r.
negro who was thought possibly1 to have
been Frankland'a companion-" Wednesday
night, has been released. Frank Williams
the Pullman porter from Salt Lake City,
who discovered Frankland dying, was held
last night, but may be released after, the
Suspeet Is Identified.
Johnson has been tnejilfled ty Frank
Gallvan of ltSi 8iat Tnlrty-flrat'
street, who Is enipfbyed as,, the elevator
boy In the Union station, a'hd by R, W.
Chamberlain of 4910 CWiiIng street, who
la engaged aa a hack driver. Each of
ther men '"recognised Johnson to be the
man who waa seen with Frankland. Qnll-'
ran- pnsttleiy''rfc8gMWTt!lTh' as 'tn rsan
that Frankland was with In the depot .on
the several occasions.
Chamberlain positively recognised
Johnson as the man who was with Frank
land In Hunslnger's saloon on different
occasions during the afternoon. To be
ure that Johnson was with the murdered
man, Chamberlain waa taken to Heafey
& Heafey's undertaking room, where he
viewed the body, and tteViserted that
Frankland and Johnaon Were the men
that he was apeaklng of.
Johnson was not sweaul last night,
but will .be today.
County Treasurer Short.
ST. PAI'L., Minn., Oct. 14. A message re
ceived today by Public Examiner Sliaefer
from Deputy Examiner M. F. Kaln. who is
examining the accounts of A. A. Kremer,
deposed treasurer of Itasca oountys states
that' Krenter'a alleged shortage now
amounts to 140,000. The mesxege also says
the amount is growing larger. About $10,000
has been recovered. K miner Is out of Jail
on ball. . .
volume of business at close profits" a store
policy with us-tomorrow we demonstrate with
-a seriei of hxL&e specia
in wearables for younger ones
we've outgrown even ourselvea. We've planned LARGE evenU since the moment
we atepved Into this Farnam 6t. afore.. To morrow'g gpocla.1 gelling of garments for
"younger ones" is the first Instance of what we CAN do, are WILLING to do. nd
do in the way of upsetting prices, t
"Ilenson & Thorn" grades and excluslveness. Participate. You'll enthuse, too!
CfxXXaBBSira COATS Warm little garments for little ones of to 0
years ef agei llaea ana lnterlled. btaatlfaUy tailored styles, la fine broad
olotas, cheviots, eords and the like. LitUe bos atylesi foil ganneats; roomily
cat tastily trimmed with braid or embreiaery. 308 garments are in this
lot taey were specially bongs! aad will be specially offered. You'll marvel
at taem at M per garmest.
-X,arger girls ef to 14 will fairly revel ia warm, elegant.
and leagtby coats for winter. la "Little Major" aad various o
models; military styles! plaia tallerea effects, as well aa aenai
sorts. Xa chlnnaillaa, Snaw eaeviots, superb broadcloths, etc
braided sorts. Xa chlnnaillaa, Snaw eaevtota, superb broadaloths, etc 460
eoats in tnls lot we were exceedingly lucky to aavs found them. Tou're
lucky M get 'em at 910.
BOTB COATS Beefer soats or overeoats la mixtures, Sootca tweeds, chev
iots, eta. Knee or ankle length coats, single or double breasted. Some with
velvet aad seme with self collars. Keefera ta agea 3 to la the foil lengths
la ages to Id yeara. tss garments six distinct models la the one lot. Se
the ualltUs feel the cloths try them on then wonder how all this is pos
sible at only S3 each.
BOTB SUITS Uvea though this Is to ee a day ef special values the "DOU
BX.B TKOVIH" idea la still la force, a pairs with each of these snappy
double breasted Knickerbocker suits for boys to Id years. Wear resisting
cheviota. velours, tweeds, aervioeablv lined, swaggerly made up. There are
10 dlatlaot models 3i suits all ia one tempting,
aea at Taorae oasraeterlstles at la the suit. -,
SEND TOE 0VSL NEW ILLUSTEATED FALL
EXECUTION AROUSES WORLD
Ferrer Shooting; Causes Indignation
- and Rioti on the Continent
BOMB EXPLOSION IN BARCELONA
Spanish Capital " i aa Dancer 'mpa
thetl Strike In Trieste Anar
chists Spread Alarm Boy
eott pa I it's Goods.
PARIS, Oct. 14. The municipal council
today decided to name a street In Paris
after Ferrer, and to assume the expenses
of educating ? two of his grandchildren.
The' police records show, that one police
man was killed and seventy-six persons
were wounded during lant night's rioting.
Among those arrested were five anarchists.
The Pari Temps .today, prints, a report
from Ite correspondent at Cerbere, on the
Franco-Spanish frontier,- that two French
men were shot at the . Montjulch fortress
In Barcelona thla morning.
. The same paper's correspondent at Mad
rid says the news of the Ferrer execution
created a tremendous IrhpresBinu In the
Spanish capital, but that the government
has taken extraordinary precautions- and
there hnve been no disturbances. "i
TRIF.ITK. Oct. 14. Largo bodies of work
men went on strike In this city today In
sympathy with the demonstration, the em
ployes of the dock yards being prominent
in the movement.
BRUSSELS, Oct. 14.-The socialists today
declared a boycott against Spanish goods.
PARI!. Oct. 14. A dispatch to the Havaa
News agenoy from its correspondent at
Barcelo.ia states that a bomb explosion
has occurred there. No one was Injured
by the explosion, which Occurred " while
the bomb waa being conveyed to a labra
tory for examination. . No arrests have
GENEVA, Oct. It The Swiss police have
warned the Spanish authorities of the exo
dus of Spanish anarchists from thin city.
Four anarchists left Geneva this morning.
ROMK, Oct. 14. Indignation meetings are
being held throughout Italy today In con
sequence of yesterday's events at Barce
lona. In this city the protest 'against the
execution of Ferrer has brought business
almost to a standstill. Workmen gener
ally have abandoned their employment. No
street cars are. being operated and
caba arid automobiles remain, at their
stations with no one to take them out. The
whale normal life of the city Is Interrupted.
Among the masses the feeling grows more
turbulent, as the people attribute' the ex
ecution of the revolutionist to reactlonism,
,rtlcan Influence and Jesuit support..
The Spanish and Austrian embassies and
the Vatican are cloudy guarded by' troops,
and It is thought the pollo.e and military
measures adopted by. tho police and mili
tary authorities will prevent aerluus out
ureaks. ..... j
BARCELONA, Oct.: 14. Francisco Ferrer
Jled with the cry "Long live the modern
ochools" upon his lips. ' This and other
brief details of yesterday's .execution of
the ' revolutionists escaped trie censorship
today. Though lie had refused their min
istrations,, two priests of the--Order of
Peace and Charity followed FerVcr' to the
ditch ( where , he . was' shqt, murmuring
prayers for him. '.',: s -
'To a "request that his eyes should not be
baYidaged, General Kserln replied:
''A traitor has no right to. look upon the
faces of soldiers."
Ferrer ' refused to krieel and, standing
erect aa" the rifles wer,e. turned upon him,
exclaimed: "Aim straight. Long live - the
modem schools."- '
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- .,.....: ' Both ;ors aVed. " '.: '. 1
' Lquis Boon, a, leading merchant of Nor
way, Mich., writes: "Three bottle of
Fo!ey"r Honey and Tar absolutely cured
my boy of a severe cough, and a neigh
bor's boy, who waa so 111 with a cold that
the doctors gave him up, was cuied by
taking Foley's Honey and Tar." Nothing
else la as safe and certain In results. Sold
oy ell druggists
. Kerklng to Collect Tax.,
PIERRE, 8. D., Oct. 14. Speclal.)
Deputy Revenue Collector E. F. Hunting
ton la here to look after corporations "which
have filed articles and secured charters
under the lawa of this state and has a
tesk of several weeks before him. The
purpose of the work Is to secure a list of
all the companies holding South Dakota
charters for a basis of securing the corpor
ation tax provided for by the last session
of congress.. The South Dakota list Is a
long cne, as charter hunters have been
in this selling
the same time rigidly adhering
na various omer
AND W1NTEE CATALOGUE.
. wrvfs t-T a x
1 -yrr 1517 tarnam st. Zs
using the laws ef this .slate with the low
fees for mau.v yoariv The record shows
tl.at 26.400 different corporations have their
existence under the laws of this state. Just
how many of them are actual working cor
porations which-'would yield any revenue
to -the government la hard to utate, but
there arc a nnmber such In the list, and to
grtJ at the' ones' wanted It Is practically
necegsrtry to'get all' M them as a basis to
Pot irito Effect
Bank of England Discount Fat Up to
Four Per Cent Under Stress
-' ' of Market.
, L.ONPOX, Oct. 14.-The depletion of the
reserve, the continued forelgji gold require
ments andthe gradual hardening of private
discount .rates had,' the anticipated effect
on the . Bank' of. England, discount rate,
Which today wasuup to 4 per cent. The
amount--fit. .Jcesoj, vo,, , yearly .to.QQO.OOO be
low iabt week, wijje the demands for the
metal from abroaj; especially from Egypt
and ' Argentiiia.'sh'yw. ' hJ jjlghs of abate
ment. The Ji'lgli rate; however. Is also di
rected agalndt AmeYica and Germany.
A large "amount of American finance
paper' already has beet) placed here, and
It la anticipated that the United States
shortly 'will be lh 'a position to withdraw
gold to the further disbursement of the
London money market. In Germany apecu-
lation has made mbney extremely light and
an expansion of German demands fur gold
Is looked for. . . ' -
In some quarters there Is doubt If the 4
per cent rate will attract sufficient gold
to build up the rererve as well as to meet
future demands from America and Europe;
so the market would not be surprised if a
higher rate la Imposed, , .
Today's advance was so confidently an
ticipated that it had little effect on the
stock.-exchange, where the feeling was
rather one of relief. When the suspense
Weights for now
. Farnam St.
i pi iiipi
to y Tt :iun c"
$5 1 llf
at $25, $35 and $43
for every occasion at
$15, $19.50, $25, $35 $45
$15, $19.50, $25 and $35
was over operators marked up consols 1-16.
On the part- of the American securities.
which opened well over parity, dropped M
to a point from the best on the higher
The advance in the discount rate In Lon
don will not affect the American rate, In
the opinion of Henry W. Yates of the Ne
braska National bank.
"The advance Is made for the purpose of
preventing the continued exportation of
gold from England," said Mr. Yates Thurs
day. "America Is not Importing gold and I
do not see how it can affect us here. It Is
merely a move in the competition between
the principal financial points In Europe.
"Hates In America are hardening, how
ever, on account of the resumption of busi
ness and the great demand for the moving
of crops. This Is a good sign, an evidence
of Increased business. The rate this' sum
mer got down as low as SV4 per cent.- It Is
now up to E per cent, and I would not be
surprised to see It go higher as the de
mand for money Increases."
FIRST SHOTS IN
(Continued from First Page.)
comparing it with the last democratic ses
sion. Victor Kosewater spoke on "The Tress."
He cited the pitss as the newspaper bat
tery of the party. He commented on Sena
tor Aldrlch's statement regarding the legis
lature of '1307 and reminded him that wo
have had republican legislatures since 1901
and they had all passed good laws. He
spoke of the great piessure brought by
the press upon legislative bodies.
Senator Burkett was introduced by his
colleague, Senator Brown. Senator Burk
ett's remarks were confined to comparisons
of the present republican times and the old
democratic times. He spoke of America
as the country of all countries, In that It
Is tho home of the people. He further
stated that the tariff bill passed was not
his Idea of a tariff, bu It was the best bill
that could bo passed under the circum
stances. He discussed the tariff question at length,
citing that the bill is abreast with the
times. He further stated that no producer
Is howling on the times, but the non-pi in
ducer. He stated emphatically that the
tariff bill Is a fulfillment of the pariy
pledges and that much misinformation Is
sent out about the bill. Many manufac
turers have been lying about the tariff and
have used It as an excuse to raise the
prices on their tut put. He endorsed the
state ticket strongly and closed with thank
ing the people of Kearney for their energy
In getting up the banquet and their gener
osity. Senator Burkett's speech clotted the
The full text of Mr. Harvard's
speech will be found on pace five.
GAME FIGHT FOR LIFE
IS MADEBY M'CARREN
Latest Report Indicate that Poli
tician Will Recover from Effects
NEW YORK. Oct. H.--State Senator Pat
rick H. McCarren, the democratic leader
Of Brooklyn, who underwent an operation
for appendicitis Ir.st night, Is fighting for
recovery with the same grit that has won
many of his political battles. Late tonight
he appeared to have the upper hand, but
hia condition Is still serious and his friends
and political associates, while believing
that he will ultimately recover, are never
theless extremely anxious. Mr. McCarren
la 61 years old.
Dr. Peter Hughes, the family physician,
announced at 1 o'clock tonight that the
patient's condition was more favorable
than It had been for a greater part of the
day and he looked for hia recovery.
WINTRY WEATHER MAY
DRIVE AERONAUTS SOUTH
Wilbur Wright and Army Slsaal
Corps Officer Mr,- geek Field
COLLEGE PARK. Md Oct. U Wintry
blasts, giving warning of the close of the
aviation season, prevented any flights at
the government aerial training ground to
day. So cold and uncomfortable was It in
the aeroplane shed that it was deerted
by Mr. Wright and his two student officers
of the signal corps for most of the day.
If the cold weather continues much
longer It Is possible that the training of
officers will be continued In the s.ivufi.
Brigadier General Allen, chief signet of
ficer of the army, has contemplsUv fur
some time the establishing of a winter
aerodrome In Florida. It Is said ii-m the
signal corps has miirt out an elaborate
program for the aeronautical dlvj.ijii dur
ing the coming winter.
Business and Residence Properly
5 and 5' -f-;
Privilege given to pay whole or any
part of principal sum twice a ypar,
' .' v' ' ;
Apply to W Bm
203 Ramgo Building
BUY FURS TODAY
I will tell, for on week, this beautiful Brook. Mink set for
Mad from prime No. 1 skins 8klnnr satin - ltnlnc
Ret-ular retail value $25.00.
Hat Band to match, If ordered with et . . .$J..50 .
11S FARNAM STREET. ,
Out-of-town customers send for descriptive booklet No. 4.
He is Misquoted
Some Features of Automobile Acci
dent Insurance Held to Be
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
PES MOINES, Ia.. Oct. H. (Special.)
Attorney General Byers called attention
of the reporters today to the fact that
the, had all misinterpreted his decision
given to State Auditor Blakeley respect
ing Insurance against automobile acci
dents. He held that It would be Illegal
to Insure an automobile owner against
suits for damages for accidents which
were a result of his own carelessness or
negligence, but that automobile accident
Insurance was legal and allowable In
many Instances under the employers' lia
bility accident insurance law. The at
torney general says In his letter to the
state auditor that "the auomoblle owner
may be indemnified against almost every
possible liability except in the case of
accidents occurring while the owner Is
operating his machine for pleasure."
A lease for 114 acres of land north of
the state fair grounds has been leased
for the hog cholera serum factory to
be established by the atate veterinarian's
department. The legislature appropriated
$3,000 for the work. The work of erect
Ing a laboratory on the premises and
securing the hogs on which to work will
be begun at once. It Is proposed to manu
facture hog chelora aerum here and fur
nish it to the farmers of the atate.
Ride Water Wagon
Chief Says Booze Fighters Will Be
Given Short Shift Six Men
CHICAGO. Oct 14. Short shift will be
given hereafter to any Chicago policeman
who drinks Intoxicants while on duty or
who Is seen under the Influence of liquor.
This ultimatum voiced by Chief Steward
in the words, "It's a case of every man
on the water wagon and exit the boose
fighters; I have no time for tirunkards,"
came today in a general order directing
members of the police force to become ab
stainers under penalty of losing their po
sitions. As an earnest act that the new chief
means what he tald, six policemen found
guilty of intoxication were dropped from
the rolls when the order to quit drinking
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Nam her of Postal Appointments for
Nebraska, Iowa and Booth
WASHINGTON, Oct. 14. (Special Tel
egram.) Postmasters appointed: Ne
braska Parr, Dawson county, Mrs. Alice
Schreckles, vice Lottie Nelson, resigned;
Howe, Nemaha county, Joseph H. Wright,
vice N. C. Bohl, resigned. Iowa Min
erva, Marshall county, William A. Hum
phreys, vice C. L. Modlln, resigned. South
Dakota Hllland, Stanlry county, Mrs.
Mary Herrman, vice W. l. Campbell, re
signed. Rural carriers appointed: Nebraska
Bassett, route 1, William H. Curtlss car
rier, Hadden R. Curtlss substitute; Cedar
Rapids, route 2, B. E. Farley carrier, no
substitute; St. Lawrence, routes 1 and
2, Robert T. Sedam carrier, Sid Pitts -substitute.
Captain H. F. Elsasser. First Infantry.
Nebraska National guar in, of Omaha, and
First Lieutenant Ivan M.Kay, First in
fantry, of Madison. Neb., are authorised
to attend and cotitlnue a regular course
of Instruction at the garrison school at
Jamea B. Anderson of Des Moines has
been appointed assistant Inspector In
connection with the bureau of animal In
dustry. The twenty-first annual convention of
the National Association of Railroad
Commissioners will be held In the hear
ing room of the Interstate Commerce
commission tn this city November 1
and continue one week. Among those on
Important committees of the coming con
vention are: H. J. Wlnnett, W. H. Cow
gill and H. T. Clarke, jr., of Nebraska;
David J. Palmer, W. L. Eaton, D. N.
Lewis, George Rice and W. G. Smith of
New sidewalks are to be placed about
the postofflce buildings at Cedar Rapids
and Muscatine, Ia W. B. Walker of
Cedar Rapids receives the contract there
and A. Kamble for the sidewalk at Mus
cat I r.?.
KTl'eeentl ivl Gilbert U. Hitchcock ar
rived In Washington today, chiefly for
the purpose of irrantfiij for apartments
for the coming elon f t congress.
Wriaht-t nrtt.au TrW,
LOOK PORT. N. 1' . Oct. lt.-Th action
brought by lh Wright trothers n.jalnM
ti.erm H Curtis atsd others to rcatreln
"Old King Coal" Is now reign
And the snrill winds whistle
around your overcoatless frame.
An overcoat nnde-for you I In
dividually at this establishment of
higher tailoring Ideals, will mirror
your Individuality and Mrjphalz'
your personality and enhance jfourVi
ImpresBlveness in . a manner hat
no overcoat made-for-any body i can
reasonable be expected to do.
We make fine fitting, roomy
overt-oats to meanure for $25 nl'
up. Wults to order, $25 "d up.
804-3O6 Houth 10th Ht. ,
Near 10th and Farnuni.
OPEN 1 EVENINGS.
laoe raraam srt.
,'frt Ooaglaa IT7S.
THE NEW DELICATESSEN
rvu wiolisohz roost
:old Roast Meats Bread Pelade
Ttolled Ham Cakes Cottage Cheese
Baked Beana Plea - Potato Chips
Mrs. SC. W. Jacobs Miss . Jaaoka
hcNuAl .MAllAr.lJ HM Alt.HT
THE MUSICAL SUCCESS
"THE RED MILL"
MONDAY ANI TUESDAY
MOIIT H. SINGEIUS
A STUBBORN CINDERELLA
COMING MARIE CAHILL
Prof. Charles Zueblin
Or BOITOV, SCABS. '-' .
SUBJECT! ' ' f
"Fellowship of Common Ufa"
Under the auspices of Omaha Woman's
Club, at ,
First Congregational Church
18th aad DaTsaport Streets
FRIDAY EVENING, Oct. 15
Tickets on sulo at- our, or Myers
Nrebaska vs. Minnesota
Saturday. Oct. 16, 3 p. tn.
VINTON 6T. PARK
Reserved Seats '. . . il-W
General Admission fl.Ot
Tickets Myers-Dillon, !6th and Farnam.
Pa Bourke's Ernoke House, Ml 8. 15th Bt.
SCaUaes BTery Say 9ilA. Tirtrj Might H5.
This Week: Florence blndley, Klein
ramily, Watson's farmyard Circus, Ueorgs
Hlllman A C"., Angtla tulores Co..
Adams & Alden, Caiieila. Klnodrome and
Orpneum Concert Orchestra.
Prices 10c, 25c 60c, 75
m m IBo, tSo. Oo. TM
TOsTIOMT MATIHM BATUBSAY
THE WORKMAN'S WIFE
snrsTOAT KAJtLOW a ivntiA.
1st SUCSU Of OMAMA3 aMUaCMCMT St LI
Tbars.. Trt, Sat, Baa., Oct. 14 to 17
Thrilling reprodootloa of
"a bull tight
Daily 1 to 81 7 to 11 .,1C All Beats 10.
iliem from manufacturing or using the so
called Curtlss aeroplane, on the grounds
infringement, did not come before Judge
Hael in the United Htales court today
A show caune order was issued In ur
fulo on Keptember 30 pairing aa answer
from the defendants today.