Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 26, 1906, EDITORIAL SECTION, Image 13
The Omaha Sunday. 'Bee. EDITORIAL SECTIOll. Pag:s 1 ti 8. Aovortto In THE OMAHA DEE Best & West VOL. XXXVI-NO. 10. OMAIIA, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2G, 190G. SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS. B . ; r 1 A POPULAR. PICTURE "Nobody Loves Me," framed in Ct).p black oak frame, Monday Ov Fifty Green Trading Stamps with each. Limit one to a customer. See our Novelty Window, 16th Street. Pyrography Special Monday Two-Opening Frames for Pyro Work, Chas. Dana Gibson's cleverest subjects, "First Quarrel," "Reciprocity'-' and "Greatest Game in the World," a regular 85c value, SALE C PRICE, MONDAY ONLY : v 0JC Handsome Finished Samples to get ideas from, by Chicago artist. $1.60 Pyro Points, full Platinum, SALE PRICE MONDAY, ONLY Red Letter Day! Red Letter Day! Wednesday! Wednesday! Wednesday! Every department will be in line with extra inducements for making August Red Letter Day memorable. New lines of S. & H." Green Trading Stamp Premiums. See themlj SHOES! SHOES! SALE EXTRAORDINARY 200 Pairs Men's and Boys' Canvas Oxfords and Shoes, OQ $1.50 values, at OJC All Our Misses and Children's Oxfords and Slippers, Q Q $1.50 and $2.00 values, at '. aDC All Dorothy Dodd Oxfords, tan or black, at FIFTEEN PER CENT DISCOUNT 1.25 JARDINIERE SALE MONDAY Greatest values ever given by us. A purchase that means a money saving to everyone who purchases at this sale. All sizes, all colors, all shapes 98c, 79c, 49c, 38c and 19c The old on the new the celebrated Canton Chinese decoration on English porcelain. Quaint and odd. Sold either in separate pieces or sets. . fl Q Regular lOOpiece sets for 1 p IO Last Week of August Dinnerware Sale Every sot is cut to make it sell. If you want a dinner set, prices are the lowest ever quoted. , Pretty Colonial Glass Water Jugs. Good large shape for ice. Tumblers to match goblets, wines, etc. We want to show these goods. Prices speak for themselves. Sole Agents for Libbey Cut Glass The most brilliant glass made. Many other lines and all at department store prices. See Our table at $1.79. See Our table at $5.00 Wonderful values, latest cuttings and shapes. Pretty Egg Shell Japanese China Cup and Saucer Very fine, a 50c value, on sale Mon- y f day, Half Price, each 3t Brownie Kodak and Camera. Expert camera advice without fee. Everybody especially the amateur is heartily invited to look over our big stocks. .They are fresh, new, sweet and clean. Our prices' are the lowest and we take more than, o, J 'seller's interest" in your ;pur cliases'Our kodak man is at your service .all the time. NO. a FLKXO KODAK Probably ths best Instrument for beginners; It is very reliable and handsomely finished with fine) black grain '. C AA leather our price ,. J.UU NO. O FOLDING POCKET KODAK Can be slipped Into the pocket as easily as a pocketbook, Is ready for picture taking; pictures made with It are so sharp and clear they may be enlarged to almost any size. It Is very light, being made of aluminum, and Is as dainty as f milady's purse, our price .' OtvU NO. 1 A FOLDING POCKET KODAK Has Instantaneous, time and bulb exposure adjustments, a new automatic closing front, an ideal ) An kodak for landscape news, our price a2UU . NO. 8 FOLDING POCKWT KODAK Very beautiful Instrument, Is adapta v. bio to a wide range of work, a yery practicable little thing fj rf and thoroughly dependable, our price 1DU Prescriptions! Prescriptions! . . BRtNd THEM TO V&l Absolute accuracy and em phatic purity of ingredients mixed with skill. PRICES RIGHT! Bennett's Big Grocecy Second to None in Retail Grocery Bennett's Capitol Baking A A Powder, 6-pound can. ..... . 1UU And Sixty Qreen Trading Stamps. Java and Mocha Coffee, three A A pounds ,. liUU And Fifty Green Trading Stamps. Basket Fired Japan Tea, pound And Forty Green Trading StampB. Ten bars Diamond C Soap for 48c impB. 25c Doable Green Trading- Stamps on Granulated Sugar all day Monday 20c amps. 25c imps. 20c imps. 20c New York Cheese, white or yellow, pound And Twenty Green Trading Stamps. Pickling Spice, whole, pound And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Domestic Macaroni, two pound package And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Diamond 6 Preserves, two jars . And Ten Green Trading Stamps. California Ripe Olives, 1AA bottle IUC And Ten Qreen Trading Stamps. Queen Olives, lA- pint 4.UC And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Bayles' Cider Vinegar, pint 1f botUe IUC And Five Green Trading Stamps. Bennett's Capitol Extract, any flavor, bottle i And Twenty Green Trading Stamps. Diamond S Fruits, i can:.......;.... ....awJC And Thirty Green Trading Stamps. Fruit Pudding, three "7t packages jUD And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Laundry Queen .Washing Compound, three for. . And Ten Green Trading Stamps. 18c 25c Best Working Shoes for Men to be had in the City, at $2.50 and Headquarters for the very best in all Shoes for the Boys and Girls for School. Ladies' $2.50 and $2.00 Oxfords, tan or black", SPECIAL MONDAY, AT 2.00 1.23 In Omaha's Leading Millinery Monday JUST HOME FROM AN EASTERN BUYING TRIP! COMPLETE LINE OF EARLY FALL STYLES ARRIVING! MANY ON DISPLAY FOR THE FIRST TIME MONDAY The favorites for fall wear will be the Vesta Tilley Sailor, the Peter Pan and the Wig the latter a close resemblance to the stun ning Empire styles 'of last spring a galaxy of styles that will not be beaten, by competitors in this city between now and Christmas. Mark the challenge! Ready-to wear hats in Flat braids for early fall .mercilessly cut in price for a A Q rousing Monday selling wJ WHITE VESTA TILLEY HAT, prettily trimmed just dandy for vacation PRICES SIX DOLLARS TO TWELVE DOLLARS CLOSING OUT! CLOSING OUT! All Summer Hats on Tables! All Summer Hats on Tables! Values up to and beyond $3.00 All Summer Hats on Tables! 99o ifpYour Eyes. Bring Them To Us! Right Treatment. All Around Satisfaction Guaranteed. Special in Hardware -Monday l-quart Tin Fruit Cans, per dozen '. ;. ! ..... v . V .... . ". . 38o . And ten green trading stamps. . -v : 19c Galvanized Water Pails, special .......... 12c 22c Galvanized Water Pails, special . 15c 54c Galvanized Half Bushel Measure, special. .39c 56c Galvanized Wash Tubs, special ; .... .39c Hine's Fruit Press, special 15c 2-Hole Gasoline Ovens 91.65 1-Hole Gasoline Ovens $1.25 98c Mrs. Pott's Sad Irons, special. .69c Wash Boilers, up from OOc And forty green trading stamps. Bread Boxes, 73c, oac ana oc , 10c VIOLINS! Entire line of samples from a famous im porter of fine Violins. On sale Monday morning at less than One-Third Real Worth PIANO DEPARTMENT 3rd Floor. And forty green trading stamps. Folding Lunch Boxes, 22c and And twenty green trading stamps Kodak Folding Lunch Box, special ,10c Paints! BEE BENNETT'S LINE OF PAINTS. STAMPS MONDAY. Paints! DOUBLE GREEN TRADING NEAR EiST IS Dispute Between Turkey and Persia Has : Attuned Eeriooi Phase. WAVE OF PANISLAMISM IS SPREADING lomt Omeers of Egyptian Assay Arc Deeply Imkiei with RTOlntloaary Sentiment Ml WoU Wel Mm Troabl. CONSTANTINOPLE. .usust M. (Spe clal CtUtriwn to The Bee.) Th dis pute between Turkey and Persia la as suming a rather aerlous outlooK, due to the fact that the Turks are employing the earns dilatory and aggressive nuth oda as they are employing- In Egypt. The history of the frontier dispute la a very' old one, but only aaaumed serious noes' In 1116. when the Turklah Vail of Bagdad auddenly besieged Mohammarah, a Persian town. On that occasion the British and Ruaalan governments inter vened, and a commtaalon, on which all the four governmenta Interested were represented, waa formed at Erseroum to consider the question. A map was thou drawn up dealing generally with the frontier from Mount Ararat to the Per slan gulf, but It was not completed uulil Hit. Tarks Held Tewet. Last year the Turks once more re turned to the attack, and acquired th town of Vernah and a portion of the province of Lahljan, which are two of tho points In dlaputa. They not only re fused to evacuate theae In response io protests from the Persian government, but seUed the town of Passovah. which is In disputably Persian territory. To save the Turkish feoe, a mlxjl com mission has now gone to Paasovvi, to prove formally that It belongs to Persia, and the aggressive troops will. t U un derstood, be withdrawn, but matters lra on; the Turks are greatly strengthening their forces on the frontier, and further aggressions are feared. As Illustrating the methods ef the Grand Turk nothing can be more algalAianl thaa the flat which prohibits ths . pabl catton In Journals .throughout the empire of all questions relative to Pen-lilamtsni. It la a question as to whether oroUmt tlon of this kind really do any good, since the dlsousslona are never really stopped and the aum resultant appears to b that the people are left la dena-r ai.d rienaei Ignores oe. . r Wave ef Islasniam. The wave of Paa-Islamlsm wbn Is sweeping over Egypt Is a faetor In poll ties) which oaimoS, be to seriously Inter pret ed it eras stemmed by the ananas ef Ureat jYrJUia res. tbs Xaftaa incident, and fey the execution of the murderers of Cap tain Bull at Denishawl, but only for a time. Lord Cromer haa warned the govern ment In the gravest language of the oon asquences of lack of firmness or th ap pearance of It. But what haa happened? The Kritlsh government haa promised further troops "at an early date." They have not arrived, and In spite of the fiats news la being spread in subtle fashion by the native press that the British army Is being reduced by the war minister and that troops cannot be spared to keep order In Egypt. The natives hold a high opinion of Lord Cromer the man who has made Egypt who,t It Is but If his advice la disregarded It will appear In their eyea to be a sign of weakness In the once dreaded and power ful Greet Britain and a spur to the cam paign engineered by Must ap ha Kamel Pash and other preachers of sedition now In England to strike a blow for" national Independence. Bsrrptlaae ReveltlasT. It Is firmly established that a certain number of the offlcsrs of the Egyptian army are Imbued with revolutionary senti ments aid would give expression to them on the first opportunity, and sheikha con tinue to preaoh the expulsion of Christians. The Oecumenical patriarchate has been placed In a most awkward position by the recent attacks on Greeks in PhlllppopolU. as the Ottoman subjects of the patriarchs are demanding th Intervention of Turkey to protect the Greek clergy eju property from the Bulgarians. The porte, however, does not wish to interfere, knowing that Bulgaria, will pay no attention. Otherwise there might have been witnessed another example of the Turks keeping rival Chris tian churches from fighting. In the mean while the Bulgarians declare their . Inten tion of renewing Sunday's disturbances. In order to fore . the departure of all . the Greek clergy, whom they accuse of Inciting the Oreeks to attack Bulgarians la Macedonia. G0YERN0R FACES A COURT Ooranaa Offlolnl la West Afrtea A eased t KUitagr Hatlv by ratal Paalaaaa. BERLIN. Aug. K.-(8peclal Cable'grara to The Be.) Herr Horn, the governor of Togo, German West Africa, Is about to bo tried for brutalities perpetrated on natives. Tbe spectfle charge Is that of Inhuman punishment Imposed upon a boy accused of stealing a trifling amount from th gov ernment funds. The boy was put through various torture by soldiers to Induoe him to confess, but persisted In declaring- hi Innocence. After a term of Imprisonment and twenty Are lashes at th whipping post Herr Horn ordered the boy to be suspended from a flagstaff, choosing a burning- hot day, when the ordal would be all th more terrlWe. rrorn Urn to Urns th go reraar visited th scene , and mockingly Imitated the boy's pitiable cries for water. The governor left next day without In quiring as to th boy's fate. When, how ever, he returned a few hours later he found the lad dead. FRENCH BLAME THE POPE Eaemlea Say He Has Fallea lata Heads f Reactionaries of Charea. ROME, Aug. O. (Special Cablegram to The Bee.) Th pope's encyclical Is a Hat declination to accept the terms of the French separation act. Th Issue concerns pariah administration. The law requires that a "cult association," practically a board of trustees, shall b established In eaoh parish.' This board Is made responsi ble for th maintenance of worship and In general for all the actions of the church. In every parish In Franc Catholics will be subject to ejectment from the churches. Moreover, th property of such churches reverta to the communes. Artlole T ef the separation act says: "In default of any association to take over th property of an establishment of public worship, this prop erty will be assigned by deer to che town establishments of charity and beneflcenco situated within the territorial limits of the ecclesiastical district In question." The pope's encyclical leaves every commune free to apply th resources of recalcitrant churches t the poor fund and hospitals. The law has retarded the march of confis cation by requiring In every case a decree of oourt. Th hop of Plus X la believed to be that th enforcement of th act will make so much trouble that the government will be led to adopt amendments acceptable to th church. Th encyclical. Indeed, eon tains a hint that th passive resistance en Joined upon French Catholics Is tactical In character. Th enemies of th pop are everywhere saying that he has entirely fallen Into th hands of reactionaries. After condemning In the most blind snd retrogressive way the Italian Catholic party kaown as Christian democrats, which, while entirely subservi ent to the ecclesiastical authorities In spir itual matters, elalm their liberty In political affairs. It Is said th pontiff Is about to condemn In th sam fashion similar move ment existing- among French, English and American Catholics. In this attitude, so contrary to th policy which th pop seemed desirous of following at the begin ning of his pontificate. Is traced Spanish Influence, headed by Cardinals Merry del Val and Vivos y Tut. This taken In con nection with the reactionary tendencies manifested In dealing not only with th government of Francs, hut th government of Italy, Is causing apprehension her. saarav May Mat Oaasa. BERLIN, Aug. B. The reoent dlseossloa n both side of th Atlantic n th possi bility that &Drr William may visit th United States have not been treated seriously by the Qerman press. Official circles do not attach Importance to the emperor's recently expressed wish to see America. It is admitted that It - Is one of his long cherished wishes, but It Is re garded as practically certain that It will remain only a wish. SUBMARINES ARE THREATENING Kronen. Admiral Bays New Vessels Change Art of War aad Ships. PARIS, Aug. S. (Special Cablegram to Th Bee.) Admiral Fournler, the commander-in-chief of th French fleet, in an Interview In connection with the naval maneuvers, says that the submarines spoiled all his plans of attack and that "these vessels have brought about a revo lution In our armament" His words have created a deep Impres sion, and naval experts are following his lead In declaring that submarines are fully capable of protecting French shores and should therefore be looked on In future as substitutes for battleships. BERLIN, Aug. 26. (Special Cablegram to The Bee.) The new German submarlns boat which wss launched at Kiel the other day Is provided with the Dequevlllay sub mersion system. This enables the boat to disappear under water and reappear at the surface without diminishing speed and renders It a matter of extreme difficulty for an enemy's artillerymen to bring their guns to bear on the attacking submarine. ICE MAN FROZEN TO DEATH Driver Crawls to Cart oa Hot Day aad Dies After Freeslac Uasba PARIS, Aug. B. (Special Cablegram to The Be.) A man was frosen to death at Lyons tbs other day, though the tempsra ture at the tlm was somewhere shout SO in th shade. He was the dirver of an Ice cart, and at 1 o'clock In the afternoon found ths beat too much for him and got inside his cart for coolness. Ths sudden change of temperature over cams him and he fainted. When he was found an hour later his legs and arms were frosen and ha died at ths hospital lata In tbe day. ICELANDERS ARE ASPIRING Resldeate of Danish Coloay Dostro to Became Partaer la later aatloaal A fairs. COPENHAGEN, Aug-. S. (Special Cable gram to The Bee 4 it Is probable that the reoent visit of members of Iceland's Par liament, the Althing, will soon result In ohsnges respecting ths relation between Denmark and Iceland. Icelanders' desire Is for the adoption of bills stating that the Dar.lRh government and the Rlgsdag never can Interfere with the , interior affairs of Iceland. They want a bill specifying all the common affairs of ths two countries. Part of th Icelanders want also that King Frederick's title shall be king of Denmark and Iceland, and they also want to consider the relatione between Denmark and Ice. land as a union. They say: "We will con serve a common king and flag; we will belong to Denmark, but we demand home rule for governing our own affairs." It seems that Denmark is willing to ac cept the Icelanders' claims. BENGAL STUDENTS UNRULY Party Iajares Missionaries Accased of Carrylasr Away Wsniss Acatast Her Will. CALCUTTA, Aug. 26. (Special Cable gram to The Bee.) According to reports rs celved here two European missionaries, Rev. Mr. Hewitt and Rev. Mr. Shaul, with four women and a Bengali female teacher, were attacked at Santlpur station in Bengal, recently, by a crowd of young native students. The atudenta had assembled to welcome Bepln Beharl Pal, who was coming- to lecture on Slvajl, snd seeing the Bengal teacher, who was 111 with fever, It was suggested that shs waa being forci bly carried off. The students rushed at the party of Eu ropeans, and In the scuffle both the mission aries were wounded. The magistrate went to Santlpur by ths next train and arrested four of the culprits, ordering the Slvajl meeting to be stopped. Th students hsve now begged for pardon, and romlsed not to join In any more Slvajl demonstrations. They have also agreed to give S00 rupees to the Moherpor relief fund. HUNTER FIGHTS WITH EAGLES Birds Attack Hlas as He Trie to Cap-tare Yoaas oa Alplao Crag. GENEVA. Aug. 26.-Special Cablegram to Ths Bee.) A chamois hunter named Hess had a desperate light with eagles on a nar row ledge overlooking a precipice In th mountains above Engelberg. He hsd lo cated an eagles' nest and climbed up alono with ths object of capturing ths young Lblrd. About thirty yards from ths nest be laid down his rifle, which hindered his move ments. As soon as hs reached ths nest. In which were two eaglets, the parent birds swept down from a neighboring height and fiercely attacked him. For twenty minutes a desperate struggle took place, Hess defending himself with a knife, expecting- every moment to be swept off th ledge. At last Ueas succeeded lu killing the male bird snd its mate flew away. Hess, though bleeding from severe wounds, arrived safely at Engelberg sev eral hours later. LAUGHS AT DRAG0 DOCTRINE Italian Newspaper Says It Thinks Well of Doctrine of Presi dent Monro. ROME, Aug. 25. Ths joml-offlclal Popolo Romano today devoted a leading article to tha International American conference st Rio Janeiro, In which It says: "No European country can object to Monroeism,' but no one will admit the Drago doctrine, which means that Latin America can contract debts in Europe and not pay them." The paper ridicules tbe Idea that Drago doctrine will be presented for the consider ation of th next peace conference- at The Hague as calculated to be a step forward In tho direction of assuring the peace of the world. The Popolo Romano adds: "Such a doctrine needs cannon to sup port It. It does not complete the Monroe doctrine, but compromises It." The paper praises Secretary Root for his attitude of reserve on the subject. AMIR READS! NEWSPAPERS Raler of Afghaalataa Keeps Posted oa Current Ereats of tho Nations. COMBAT, Aug. JS.-(Specll Cablegram to The Bee.) According to accounts received hsre during the late crisis In Eerypt the amir of Afghanistan took a strong Interest In what was going on, having all news papers that contained sny news of Egypt, Arabia and Turkey sent dally by runner to him from Peshawar. The motor car which was presented to the amir by the British mission to Ksbul has been In constant use and his majesty Is delighted with It. The amir is arranging for the manufac ture of boots on ths sams principle as Is carried out In India, and haa given orders for machinery, etc., to start a factory. SECRETARY ROOT GOES WEST Plaas for Ileceptloa la Chile ModlBed by th Earthejaak at Valparaiso. SANTIAGO, Chile, Aug. 2I.-Ths United Btstes cruiser Charleston, with Hecretsry Root on board, has srrlved st Punta Arenas on ths Straight of Magellan. Tbs Charles ton will reach Lota, ICO miles south of Val paraiso, August St, where Secretary Root will be received by th Chilean foreign min ister and ths American minister, Mr. Hkcks. Ths ministers will g ta Lots on a Chilean crvlser. A great reception had been planned her for Mr. Root, hut ail th plans War changed as a result of the earthquake. Th secretary is expected to arrive at Val paraiso about September 3. His reception there will be Informal and he will com to Santiago to extend his personal condo lence to President Relsco. OLD FRIEND SUES PRINCESS Maa Who Aided Her to Leave Saal tarlaaa Wants Fee Promised for Work. DRESDEN, Aug. IS. (Special Cablegram to The Bee.) Herr Thormann of Dresdon Is suing Princess LouUe of Coburg for th sum of tlO.000, which he claims is due to him for arranging the princess' elopement with Count Mattaslch, her lover, from ths sanltarlam at Bad Elster In 1904. Herr Thormann alleges that he was prom ised great sums by the prlncets and by ths count, but that he has only extracted SX0 from them by the most persistent entreaties. SOCIALISTS LEAD PILLAGERS Baca Story Comes with a He port of Lawlessaeas at Capo Towa. CAPE TOWN, Aug. 26. (Special Cable Cram to The Bee.) Considerable pillag ing of shops has taken place In the poorer quarters of the town by crowds allege-l to consist of unemployed, but really coin posed largely of th colored hooligan ele ment The pillaging followed upon a deputation to' Dr. Jameson of tbe unemployed, led by members of the social democratlo federation, a small but extremely aotlvs party here. British Defend Trophy. LONDON. Aug. 26.-A team of men haa been selected by the Queen's Own West minster volunteers to defend the shield pre. sented by Sir Howard Vi-cent for competi tion between the Queen's and Seventh reg iment National Guard of New York. Th Queen's won the shield at Bisley last year and will defend It at Creedmoore, Long Island, on October t and I. Atlaatlo Liner Agronad. ROTTERDAM, Aug. 28. While coming up th river last night the Holland-Amer. lean liner Neluw Amsterdam, bound to this city from New York, grounded near MaRS luls. Its passengers were trsnsf erred to steamers and tugs and brought to this city, partaflhe steamer's cargo was dis. charged Into lighters and th vessel will be refloated today. ' Political Coavlcts rardened. BERLIN, Aug. S.-Th official Relch manselger today published an Imperial de cree pardoning all persons convicted of Use majests toward the emperor or any mem ber of the royal family. In commemora tion of the forthcoming baptism of his majesty's grandson, who was born July 4 last and wUl p baptised Auuat 2s,'