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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1910)
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FTVE DAYS, COIViIIMIEMCEMG jnUIL.'V S3
Grounds 4S4Si aodl IVflOtflaury Avenue Houps 3 to S IP. IVI
THE MOST FAMOUS AVIATORS IN THIS COUNTRY TODAY WILL ASSIST
The world's greatest aviator, in making this the greatest aeronautical event in this country since the International Meet at Los Angeles.
This is positively the only western meet in which MR
GLENN IL CURTISS himself will take part. He will
use the same aeroplane in which he made hit famous
flight from Albany to New York.
JC TT A T?Q wboee name is now known all over the
L. I'lillVO civilised world, will give daily exhibi
tions of his daring glide" in his Curtiss aeroplane.
From a height hundreds of feet above the earth, he shuts
off his motor and plunges like a bullet to the earth. It
is a feat rarely attempted by any aviator.
This is one of the few opportunities that have been
offered iu this country to view very type of craft that
flit's, viz: SPHERICAL BALLOONS, DIRIGIBLE BAL
LOONS, and HEAVIER THAN AIR MACHINES.
Mr. Horace "Wild, the most daring and famous oper
ator of the Dirigible Balloon in the world today, will give
daily exhibitions. His balloon is modeled after the fa
mous Zeppelin Dirigible.
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one of the moat intrepid and
venturesome of the American
aviators, will also take part in a special machine which
is now being constructed in the Curtis factory. It is tha
latest production of Curtiss genius.
The Signal Corps from Fort Omaha will give daily
exhibitions of the uses of the captive and dirigible bat
loons in modern warfare. This is one of the few oppor
tunities which has been offered to the people of the Mid
West to witness a government exhibition of this kind.
It will be practically impossible to furnish tickets to
the big crowds at the grounds to advantage, and the man
agement has therefore placed tickets for eale at the fol"
Crissey's Pharmacy 24th and Lake
Saratoga Drug Company 24th' and Ames
Red Cross Pharmacy 17th and Cuming
Walnut Hill Pharmacy 40th and Cuming
Bemis Park Pharmacy ,33d and Cuming
J. H. Schmidt Drug Store 24th and Cuming
Barnes Drug Company 40th and Dodge
Beaton Drug Company 15th and Farnam
J. H. Merchant .16th and Howard
Merchants Hotel 1508 Farnam Street
J. L. Brandeis 16th and Douglas Street
Paxton Hotel 14th and Farnam
Home Hotel 16th and Jackson
Her Grand 16th and Howard
Courtney & Co. . . , 17th and Douglas
O D. Kiplinger 13th and Farnam
Hayden Bros 16th and Dodge
Sherman & McConnell.. 16th and Dodge
J. A. Clark Drug Co. . . .Cor. Broadway and Main Sts., Co. Bluffs
Moritz Meyer Cigar Store 1314 Farnam
Henshaw Hotel 1509 Farnam
Murray Hotel 14th and Harney
Loyal Hotel 16th and Capitol Avenuo
L. C. Gibson 501 N..24th Street, South Omaha
Fisher, MoGUl Co 24th and N Sts., South Omaha
PRICES FOR THE 1VIEET
Adults 50c, Children 25c, Gramd Stand $1.00, Automobiles $1.00
SAMSON HOST TO AD MEN
Space Selleri from All Over to See
LOCAL AD MEN JOIN KNIGHTS
Board ml Gurcraon Hare Plumed a
, Bur Beaaoa Bad Ask Omaha
Mea to Hela Par the
' Omaha, particularly that part of Omaha
made up of Ak-Sar-Ben'e host, at hurt, hu
an opportunity to prova Ita contention that
It harbors the liveliest bunch of boosters
west of the Missouri. What's more, It baa
an opportunity to display Ita array of
proof before critics who are professional
In other words, the delegates to the Na
tional Convention of Ad Clubs will be
taken out to the den tomorrow nlrht
Kainaon has extended an Invitation to the
Omaha Ad club asklnt their co-operation
In making; the entertainment of the ad
vertisers outdo all previous ceremonies.
Raiinson would like to ses every member of
the Omaha club a member of Ak-Sar-Bon
before Monday night.
Although many Ad olub members are al
ready enrolled with the knights there are
yet a great many who do not wear, the little
red. green and yellow button with a star
on It. It la very likely that by the time the
Ad men from afar begin to gather In
Omaha the whole club will go. Into Ak-Far-Ben.
Samson's only regret la tlt all
the knlghta can't Join tha Ad club.
Expenses of the fall festival are expected
to be heavier this year than for years past.
The great daylight parade. In whloh there
will be about 1.000 United States troop,
will alone call for an expenditure of (14,000
or $15,000. Other features are to be more
elaborate than before and the expense will
be accordingly greater.
Rome of the Attractlaaa.
By the way of emphasising a few of the
more Important features which call for
money, Samson la sending out "rtateroents
of account" to ever 900 Omaha cltlaene,
setting forth the following Items:
September &-To one visit from Theodore
Roosevelt, ex-prealdent, mighty hunter,
cltlsen of lenown.
October t To one electrical pageant un
surpassed In brilliancy and originality.
October To one magiUtlcant military
parade 6,000 men cavalry, infantry and
artillery; sight te quicken patriotism.
October l-B To one splendid series of
. military maneuvers large bodies of troops
in their different formations and . evolu
tions. October t-l To one great military en
campment; an object lessen In army life
June-8epteber To one Initiatory feature
affording a place of recreation throughout
the auimner for Omaha men and a unique
entertainment for their visitors, making
every one of these an Omaha boostec.
September 18 -October I -To one great
festival time, drawing vast crowds to eur
city, aJvwtUlng Omaha and swelling the
saiea of Omaha merchants.
lWe-WH T sixteen years of devotion,
heart and soul, to Omaha's interests, of
planning early mai late fur her advance
ment, of earnest, sincere and hearty en
deavor for the foot of their home town aud
I heir splendid state.
Are you ready Pr the debtt
Three Dra 1 Creek.
KINGSTON. N. T.. July MWUllam
Kellso William Cookin and James Gordon,
all of jersey City. drowned In E.oput
near Haugertlee last night. The men
bwn camping with Thomas Hopkins.
rerHisteut AeverUsw la lbs K.aa te b,,
Danoinf- and Bathing the Vepolar BU
at Kaaawa gayety Offers a "g.nlrm
feit" for Current Week's XeaoUaer.
Among the features that have grown
more popular this season over at Lake
Manawa, dancing takea place only sec
ond to bathing. Time, was when a class of
people who are now regular patrons of
the dance at Manawa would hesitate be
fore Indulging In thla wholesome amuse
ment. The character of the people who
dance at Manawa and the prevailing de
corum Is such now that It Is a common
sight to see members of the exoluaivs
clubs, who come In parties, Indulge In
dancing. A popular program with many
of the beat people this summer has' been
a good warming up' on the danoe floor
followed by a plunge Into the lake. As
an exerciser and lnvtgorator. this is con
sidered exceedingly good. As an Incentive
for the crack roller skaters to show what
they can do, a prise Is going to be hung
up to be contested for. ' The first event of
this kind will be pulled off Just as soon
as entries are secured. Expert skaters who
would like to enter are requested to make
application at the roller skating rink or the
For the first half of this week, starting
this afternoon, the Gayety management
will offer in conjunction with the regular
summer time vaudeville bill a veritable
"aqulrm-fest" In tbs form of tha efforts
of Billy Weaver, the Jail breaker and
handcuff expert to extricate himself from
all manner of hackles euch as are used
to confine prisoner. Weaver 'invites any
officer of tha law to bring his own pet
handcuffs and leg Irons or any similar de
vice and lock him up. Ha then agrees to
free himself merely to show what a slip
pery customer he Is. The management of
the theater hasn't the confidence in his
ability aa a Jail breaker that he has. and
so would only consent to hie appearing
with the distinct understanding that If he
does not free himself at every appearance
he la to draw no salary. So It Is purely
up to Weaver. A novelty combination ac
will be presented by the two Rebhols
M:nnt and Frank. They slug and dance,
do baton spinning and expert whistling and
bird Imitations. Harry Lyons' song for
the first half of the week will particularly
appeal to spoony folks it'e entitled "When
I Fell In Love With You." The movinc
picture section of the long- program will,
as usual Include ons of the excellent Imp
films tliat are Invariably welcomed by a
burst of applause when the title Is pro
jected on the screen. Many oornedy sub
jects are also listed for display. Th,e per
formance will be given continuously from
1 to i and 7 to 11 p. m. daily.
The Hillman stock company will b seen
at the Airdome In a western farce comedy
this week entitled "A Time Limit." The
play contain musical numbers and Is Inter
spersed with vaudeville between acts and
bids fair to be tha most pleasing entertain
ment given by this company ao far.
A Pleasant Sarprtae
follows the firn dose of Pr. Kings New
Lite Pills, the painless regulators that
strengthen you. Guaranteed, tie. For aaie
by Beaton Drug Co.
Courtland Beach, aside from tbe many
usual attractions, haa secured Louis Du
bec's Interesting animal ahow for thla week
only. There will be performances every aft
ernoon and evening.
The new roller skating rink affords un
usual facilities for tha entertainment of a
very large number of people, there being
accommodation for auu people st one time.
The bach is els attractive and real
ising this, the management has recently
arcnaaed M utw bathing sulta
to Compete at
Big Horse Show
Americans Expect to Compete with
Beit Horsemen of European
American cavalry officers, particularly
those atattoned at the western army posts
are on edge awaiting tbe selection of the
teams whloh will participate In the inter
national competition at the National Horse
show in New Tork next November against
the crack rider of Great Britain's hussara
and lancers, who have accepted the asso
ciation's Invitation to compete.
In addition to the British officers. Presi
dent Alfred G. VanderbUt Is hopeful of se
curing the presence of the French and Bel
gian riders, who competed so successfully
in the International Horae show at the
London Olympla last month.
At the national ahow at Madison Square
garden last year the American team, which
Included Lieutenant Bben Swift. Jr..
Eleventh United States cavalry; Lieutenant
John C. Montgomery, Seventh United States
oavalry; Lieutenant 3. 8. Martin, Four,
teenth United States Cavalry; Lieutenant
Gordon Johnston, Third United States cav
alry, and Lieutenant George W. Lee.
Seventh United States oavalry, made a
splendid showing, considering the short
time at their disposal for shooting after
the War department had sanctioned tbelr
participation in the big event
In the International Horse show In Lon
don, Belgium and France sent their finest
riders into the arena with the officers of
the Sixteenth lancers In the oompetion for
King- Edward VI. cup. and the Britons
were overwhelmed by the art and the won
derfully schooled animals of the continental
officers. Only a single fault separated Bel
glum, whloh won from France, the second
choice, while the lancers were humiliated
by criticism urging a new system of school
ing In riding along tha lines of the conti
nental armies. The United States army
was not represented in the competition, but
It haa been reported to the officials of the
national show that there la good reason
to believe that the men In blue who will
appear In the ring at Madleon Square gar
den will represent the flower ot tbe picked
riders of the army.
Not a little of tha success attending the
Jumping and riding exhibitions of the Brit
ish army horsemen In the national and In
ternational horse shows held in New Tork
and Chicago respectively, last winter was
due to the direction of celonel, the Hon.
J. G. Beresford, D. S. O., Seventh hussara,
Aidershot, who again will have complete
charge of the England team which will
Include Lieutenant Geoffrey Brooke, of the
Blxteeuth lancers, who led the British rid
ers and Jumpers in the International show
at the Olympla In June. Added Interest
haa been given to the promise of a team of
English officers by the report from Lieu
tenant Wlnfteld B. 61 ft on of Toronto, Can.,
that the dominion government will formally
conclude arrangementa soon, whereby a
team of ten Canadian officers will attend
the national ahow. These riders are quite
likely to be provided with the best schooled
mounts to be found In Canada, so eager
are the officers of tbe War department
to show the superiority ot the Canadian
soldiers over the team from the mother
countery as well aa the teams of the continent
JIM HALL GETS TWO YEARS
Ktsre Cm vie ted ef lUrlsg Hie Wife
la leattaeed hy Jadsje Eetelle
James Hall, a negro found guilty In dis
trict court on a charge of manslaughter,
was sentenced to two years In the peniten
tiary by Judge Estelle. Hall was charged
with having caused tbs death ef bis wife
by atrUUnc her wtah hie flat.
33 INCHES .TALL'
SUPERS, SPECTACULAR, CSSSIXAL
cutcus, esapeopls, 450 Animals,
$25,033 Armcur PrizaSlx-Ksrsa Teara
Gorgeous Street Parade
AT 1 0 O'CLOCK EACH MOBNINQ
Bring an tbe
falkg ant gee
cus for 28 cents.
Don't forget it's,
a cm el drctaa
waged by a cir
cus trust, to
4ay. Thut the peopl
benefit while the
2 COMPLETE PERFORMANCES DAILY,
m CR SHINE, AT 2 AND 8 P.M.
Soon Opea One Ilour Earlier, ay am
Admitting of Vilt to the Big j J
TLii Day and Data
i not the circua
circua war lasta.
OHDAY, JULY 25
Sett Sale it Beaton Drug Co. on Show Diy
Oerae lath aad Bonglaa Streets.
Tbe Hillman Stock Co.
Fresenta a western farce comedy entitled
"A TIMS LIMIT."
Pbone Douglas 0ft.
On sale today at Auditorium; prices after
noon and evening;
$2, $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c
Special Prtcea Friday:
Matinee $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
JUDGE CUTS DOWN VERDICT
Hedlek Telle I'rbea His Ye, diet la
Tat frees Thirty. rive Haadred
. te Three Haadred Mlty,
Ralph O. Urban, who waa awarded $.Rno
damagwa against the C. T. Adama company
Is booked for a disappointment. On a
motion for a new trial by the defendants
Judge Rodlck decided that he would over
rule the motion on condition that the
plaintiff remit down to 1X0. If the plaintiff
will not accept JbO in place of U.VW there
will be a new trial. .
.-BEAUTIFUL LAKE i
Omaha's Beautiful Summer Resort
A Cool Place With Fun or
Every Day, Afternoon and Evening
Roller Coaster, Mlnature Railroad,
Roller Skating, Merry-Go-Ronnd,
Penny Arcade, Bowling, Japanese
Ball Game and Scores of Other
I rr- ooon 1
i -f OF THE IICIJTHWEST
t V & gt 8000 MAjg V0ICC3 .
okxt a wixii Moai or
forking ahow Starting" Today Includes
p "' Briar year ewa hand-cuffs
Lrw and lag Irons. It he east
escape, be draws ne salary. Jtethlna
sentimental about as.
TWO RCUHOLO Jgw
infers, Baaeers. Imitators, Ste.
L0, LYONS ifcx?
AX. WATS A TWO-aTOVB IXOW.
Dally 1 te 6 T to 11 T. M.
Pictures Mings Tuts., Thurs. L Sua.
few TaaderUle Thursday.
Ooaae Any Time Stay atlds
As I.sng- As Tea lake. So.
The Oayetys res-ular seeeoa epese
San.. Aag. BS. with ''THB B14VTY
rsutT." Beat sale epeaa Mea Aag. Bl
. MWaoiwkmil B SBBbeBTSSM
. When you hat .ny tiling to sell ur ;rade,
advertise It In The Bee West Ad cvluruae
and get outtk results.
0MAUA vs. LINCOLN
Vinton 3trt Park
Sunday. July 17
Two Games First Called at 2 P. M.
HISS JEAN WALLACE
Teacher of Piano.
S reals oa i i Barker Bleok
SOLOISTS Or INTERNATIONAL RENOWN
MISS MARY MUNCHHOFF .....!.. .Onwha-Berllii
MADAME HESSU-SPROTTU St. Paul
MISS MVRTLE MOSES Omaha-New York
CHRISTIAN HANSEN Leading Tenor Boston Optra Co.
MARCUS KELLERMAN .- Famous IUss-Baritone
Royal Opera nouse. Berlin, and Metropolitan Opera Co., New York
AIR. TIIEOD. KELBE MILWAUKEE, U1S
Conductor Mass Male Chorus.
" FESTIVAL OROIIESTRA OP SIXTY ARTISTS
ANTON STECUELE, Violin. Virtuoso.
x HERMAN BELLHTEDT, Cornet-Sololst.
MRS. JANSEN-WYLIK, Soprano.
MRS. WAGNER-THOMAS, Soprano.
MRS. A. I. ROOT, Contralto.
F. Q. ELLIS, Baritone.
GEORGE JOHNSON, Tenor.
Prices for Afternoon and Evenings Reserved Seats,
$2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c. Special Prioes for Friday
Matinee, $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c.
Sale ot seats commences Friday morning, Jul IS, at Auditorium
Reduced Rates u Railroads
No matter where the price of
rubber goes, Sterling Tires are
always the tame. We build only loo per day each one is hand made
and five time inspected in process. With Sterling Blue Tubes inside
they give longer and better service than any others. Dealers every
here. Booklet on request. SUrlmt Rubber Works, RtUherfori, N, ,
For Sale by Paxtoa A Gallagher Co., Tenth Street Viaduct, Omaha.
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