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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1911.
Visitors ami Omaha People Will
Find Many New Features at This Store
To all we estend a hearty welcome to the most unique
establishment in the entire vrest
Every where are fresh, new styles in wearing apparel
for hoys and girls, young men and women, indeed one can
not easily resist the charm of these handsome garments and
their enticing prices. Not a garment is reserved for later
pelf ctions the time to shop is NOW, while assortments ari
The conveniences of the store rest room, lava
tories, telephones and check stands, are at your
service; we invite you to make use of them.
Onr store is just a few steps from 16th and Farnam
in the very heart of the shopping district.
Ask for a copy of onr new Fall and Winter Catalogue
or leave your address and one will be mailed to you.
Tit YCUflO PE0P1T9
b3 9 n rtfUQy
force lailiird at,. i'lCX. ........
nature of the rumor. says the notr,
obvious from the circular addressed on
September IS to the Balkan slates, wiijcp
declared that the territorial status quo
and consolidation of European Turkey
remain a" ever the base of Italian policy.
Corupquontly, all rej-orts of the landing
of llslians In Europe that may be clrtu
lated are self evidently untrue. I'revesse.
adds the note. 1. however, a baae of
operations for Turklah torpedo boat!
ealnst the cful and commerce of Italy.
LITTLE GIRL WHO PRESENTED
BOUQUET TO PRESIDENT.
FIRST VIOLENCE IN CHICAGO
(Continued from First Pace.)
'ico In protecting the property of the
( o: -trany.
Flrkete Art Indeetrloae.
. (.core or more of plcketi were on
duty early today. They worked Industrl.
ously In their efforta to persuade non
union men to leave their post, but with
varying Miocene The union labor leaden
declared today that no atrlke breakers
had been lent to the hope and that
none of their men had returned. A mui
meeting of atrlkera waa acheduled to be
held during the morning.
The gathering of former employee dls
1 peraed when the hour for beginning work
had been paaaed. Moat of them want
home, and to all outward appeeranoea
left the usual midday condition within
the stockades. The men declared that
fewer than 100 men were at work, .many
of the former employ, old and Infirm
and Hearing the pension mark who bad
been given permission to remain at work.
As a result of the attack on Chomas,
a deadline -was established at the belt
line tracks, which almost encircles the
works at the distance of about a clock.
This Una waa guarded by city police
men and striker were not permitted to
pass It. ... . i..
Charge that a squad of Dearly 100 oily
policemen ' were on guard within the
ttookade, prepared to remain there were
made by strikers. This waa denied at po
lice headquarters. Rev. M. Wolfe, at an
early meeting at the 8t Joaohlm's church,
warned the strikers against violence and
advised them to seek mediation.
Two Injunction la Booth.
JACKSON. Miss.. Oct. J. A temporary
Injunction, sweeping In Its provisions and
application to the, entire slate of Mis.
Blfcntppl, was Issued here today by Fed
eral Judge Nlles against all the members
of all the' unions on strike on the Illinois
Centrall railway system.
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Oct. I -A hearing
over the proposition of making perma
nent an Injunction against striking olerks
employed by the Illinois Central and
Tasoo and Mtvslsslppt Valley railroads
was -couponed today until October 8.
Clean twerp, dare Ryan.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 3. "It la a clean
weep." said M. F. Kyan. president of the
Brotherhood of Railway Carmen, when
asked today to what extent the members
of his union had responded to the strike
President J. A. Franklin, of toe Boiler
Makers' union, said that practically all
the boiler makers have struck, except at
Omaha, where there had been some con
fusion In the Issuance of strike ordara.
The men at Omaha, will all go out today,
WATERLOO. Ia.. Oct. S About 260 un.
Ion shopmen employed by the Illinois
Central here walked out today. About
twenty-five advanced In years and af
fected by the pension system, declined to
obey the strike order.
KOTXMEJTTS Or OCXAaT STSAJOSBS.
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MISS MAHQARKT IDERER.
RECORD IN CATTLE RECEIPT?
Figures of Week Ag-o Are Overshad
owed by Those of Monday,
TOTAL OF 874 CARS ARRIVI
While .New Record for Kheep Re
ceipts la Not Established nN.OftO
Head Are Received at the
oath Omaha Yards..
South Omaha broke two more records
today when the total number of cars
of live stock received was larger than
The total number ot cars Monday was
074, against tu a week ago Monday,
which waa the record up to that time.
Cattle to th number of Jfi.663 arrival
at the Union Stock yards as compared
with 16.46 last Monday, which then estab
lulled a record.
While the record waa not broken In
Ui matter ot th number ot sheep re
ceived there were 68,856. The record on
sheep Is M.T14. which arrived October
South Omaha' stock yards have been
njoylng most excellent run ot stork
for eorne time and good price have prevailed.
Oeorae K. Howell.
Oeorg K. Howell, 1U Plnckney atreet.
died at his residence Sunday after a
short Illness. Mr. Howell, who ha lived
In Omaha eight years. Is survived
by his wife. He was a member of
th law firm of MoKensle, Howell and
Cox. Burial will be at Davis City, la.,
his former home, Tuesday afternoon.
Hermaa Sch nntr.
Herman Schramar, ITS Marcy street,
received a telegram Sunday afternoon
from Seattle. Wash., statins that hi son
Herman had been Injured In a street oar
accident and had later died at th hos
pital. Th body will be brought her tor
Where to Register Today
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IX NurtU Uth.
STEPHENSON INQUIRY BEGINS
rsator Testifies that He Spent
$107,793 in Campaign.
AVE M05FT TO MANAGERS
a ftara Ther Tw it la PsMsg
for AalvvrtUtasT, 3ttlaaT lVaase
of Telers ! OvftlnaT
XIILWATJKXTC. WU, Oct. 1 Cnltad
tataa Saoator Ium Btephenaoa of Wla
ins In too the) witness stand today to
'uswer charge that bribery and otnar
irrupt use of mo nay contributed to bis
ectlon oa March 4. 190. II apjmarod
9 a wltrjeaa at the opening of the) In
eeUgmtlon hesjun by a subcommlttaa of
a oommlttae on privllegea and eleo-
ns of tha United fltataa senate.
Id answer to questions Senator Bta
romna declared he was legally elected
i th sonata oa January M. 1M. by a
:parmta vote of th two houaea of the
In hi campaign ha aald ha spent $107.-
', giving It to B. A. Edmunds, his
impalgn manager. In various rumi In
"; to J. A. Van Cleve, a banker .of
arinette, to conduct the campaign
pre; to newspapers; to J. IL Pullchar,
Milwaukee banker, and to others, all
.' carrying on the campaign for th
mlnatlon In the primaries.
kAlirrr Sweat Moaay.
referring specifically to what ha spent
.e money for tha witness said th
inney given to Rdmunda went for
jrrylng on tha campaign, for getting
ames of voters and paying expenses In
ettlng Stephenson followers active.
Charles B. IJttlrfleld. Stephenson's
counsel, objected on th ground that th
juestlons related to th primaries and
'I to the election.
To consider the objection th commlt
i took a recess.
1 he formal charges against rVnator
(Phenaon were presented In a declara
in by John J. Blaln of Boscobel, Wis,
ha, as state senator, made th original
.Mr. Uttlefield, Stephenson's counsel,
iid at tbs beginning of th hearing;
Mr. Stephenson was elected January
, which Is some weeks before his eleo
on by th Joint legislature on March
1909. Tha charges on which tns In
stigation is baaed refer to the election
f March 4, whereas, we contend that
cnator Btephenaon legally was a senator
efor that Joint session election."
List of Charges Filed,
the charges preferred by a senate com
nittee of th Wisconsin legislature are:
That Senator Stephenson kept secret
.nany of his disbursements In th prl-
mary campaign for nomination In 1906;
.hat, whereas he sdmttted having ex
pended Uu, 386, his campaign managers
accounted for only HOT, 798 and that a
large part of his fund was improperly
"That fraud connected with hi pri
mary campaign contributed directly to
"That he distributed money to state
jfflclals to further hi campaign. That
is spent th money in legislative dls
.rlcts to strengthen his support In th
"That he was elected only after a two
jionth' deadlock and then only after
three democratic assemblymen Thomas
K. Ramsey, now dead; John T. Farrell
and blla A. Tone absented themselves
and so Insured bis election."
Senator Heybarn Presides.
Senator W. B. Heyburn (rep.) of Idaho
s chairman of the present investlsatlon.
Charles E. Uttlefield of Main with W.
E. Black ot Milwaukee will act aa coun
sel for th "defense." Th other mem
bers of the-committee hex are Senators
Oeorg Suthrland (rep.) of Utah and At-
le Pomerene (dem.) ot Ohio. About five
witnesses are to be examined dally and
as some of the men who have been
subpoenaed have announced they would
oa unabla to come to Milwaukee, Chair
man Heyburn said the committee prob
ably would hold sessions in other parts
of th stat.
Senator Stephenson, a republican. 81
years old, a banker, lumberman and
capitalist. Is ths Junior nator from
Wisconsin and although of tha same
party, 1 regarded In this state as Sen
ator Robert M. La Follette's political op-
Meet Me at
(S. W. Corner Sixteenth and Farnam)
Tuesday Morning at 89c!oek
A Beautiful Souvenir Free.
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Cut Glass, Fancy Bric-a-Brac, Hand Painted China, Umbrellas,
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Everything new and up-to-date styles
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A A t?gk 47kd I
' ' I S. W. Corner Sixteenth and Farnam Streets
nctnher 9. uoi. as a rear admiral and
sine that time has lived quietly in and
about New Tork. y
Admiral Schley was married at An
napolis In lfW3 to Ann Rebecca Franklin.
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DIES INNEW YORK
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of Admiral Schlsy. Th new was taken
to him while ha waa at lunchenn
Mr. Taft showed plainly that It cam as
a distinct shock. H had known Ad
miral Sehly for many years in Wash
Taft Beads Massac.
HASTINGS. Neb.. Oct.
Taft today sent the following telegram to
sire. Bculy of Washington;
I am vary sorry to hear nf tha
of your husband, who has honored me
for year with hi friendship. H Was
an abl commander, he served hi coun
try faithfully and well, and Is entm.
to her gratitude. I extend to you my pro-
touna sympathy In your great sorrow.-
ketea of Admiral BokUy.
Admiral Schley was born In SYedartoa
county, Maryland, tn U3. Aitar grad
uating at Annapolis In WOO he served
during th civil war in a minor capacity.
He volunteered for and waa placed In
command of the expedition sent to search
for Uauteaant (now read admiral)
Oreely and his companions, who had
been lost from civilisation for nearly
two year, and th finding of them In a
stat of exhaustion and about to die
constituted ons of ths draroatie,. Inci
dents in Arctlo explorations.
At th outset ot the SpanuM war In
l&t Admiral Schley was placed In com
mand of what was known a - flying
squadron, ordered to co-oparate with
Admiral Sampson. Under orders front
Sampsoa ha steamed near tha vicinity
of Santiago. Schley suuadroa stood
before Santiago for sosn days and was
about to laar when It was announced
that Coy era's flw was la Santiago har
bor. On July 4, VfM, Cerrera undertook
to aacapa. At tha time Sampson was
sosn ml lea away, la eonforeaoe with
Qaevaral Hsaftar, who commanded t
land turaaa, An eogageanaot followed.
la whlrai Bchbrr's flagahlB. tha Brook-
lra, took aa aatlr part.
Aftrr tha war eloaed numerotu aaargea
war mad la tha publie prlnu that
I Schloy had aeaa guilty of inefficiency,
I f not cowsrdlea, and h askau a court
jof Inquiry. After a prolonged period he
waa aatioltuad. but falWsd of th maasvr
bf adTaaoainant wh-h aia fnaads h
claimed waa bis die. Ha waa retired
him in the auto. Superintendent draff of
the high school and newspaper men. He
was Introduced briefly by Superintendent
draff aa "the president of the United
States, William Howard Taft."
After a smiling greeting the president
raid, preliminary to hi remarks on
"You are a very Influential body of
persons, because I presume that when
you go home at night each on of you
will do as I did when a boy and Instruct
your father and mother on the condition
of the nation and on other things that i
you have learned during the day. That ,
la a situation which I appreciate and
which every man should appreciate who
haa a doctrine he Is endeavoring to place
before th people."
The president complimented the school
girls, who were ranged behind th cadet
battalion, on their good looks, and said
he felt sure they were In sympathy with
his efforts for peace, even if ths warlike
looking boys might not be.
was necessary, said that whnn nmni
asked for "snow" he bad given Ihem
acetanllld and they could not tell th dif
Cotton Crop Will Be
Largest on Record
WASHINGTON, Oct. :.-The cotton
crop of the growing season of 1911, which
early In the year gave Indications that
It would be one of the Urgent In the his
tory of th Industry, win be 13,XS,S37
hales of 600 pounds, or about 200,000 bales
more than the record year of 1904. This
was Indicated by the final condition re
port of the Department of Agriculture
Issued today at noon, which showed the
crop to be 71.1 per cent of a normal
on September SB.
PHYSICIAN CONVICTED OF
SELLING COCAINE TO MINORS
FORT DODGE, la.. Oct t (Special )-
Dr. J. H. Palmer, a physician prominent
her In early days, was convicted ot In
ducing minor to us rocain and selling
It to them. He was given th maximum
tin. 1100 or thirty days In jalL Comment
ing upon the Insignificant punishment
possible In a case of this kind In Iowa,
ths county attorney said, "I find that a
man who wrecks young lives by such a
parol olou practice can be punished only
by tha Imposition of a fin of tlOO or
thirty days in Jail."
Thirty or more young men under ag.
many ot them from prominent families
have baan procuring cocaine in Fort
Dodge, and a number were found and
persuaded to testify against th doctor.
He defended himself, his meager argu
ment being that when he administered
cocaine he considered, as a physician, it
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tones up the internal organs without
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dle aged, as it is always efficient and
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THE OMAHA BEE
How Society Woman
Ward Off Wrinkles
"Wrinkle are not strangers to me.
but when I acquire such dufigurementi
I know how to lose them la a hurry.''
A well-knowa society matron confided
this to me. I had Wondered how aha, with
her strenuous social duties and late
hours, could o completely ward off th
usual marks of car and dissipation.
"I do not wear wrinkles in public, nor
those horrid rings beneath th yea," she
continued, "since I've learned what
plain, ordinary saxollta will da Whan
any of thoas hateful marks appear. I
send to tha drug store for an ounoa of
powdered saxoltte and a half pint of
witch haseL I mil the two. bath my
face In th solution and that's th
whole secret I never tried anything
that works so miraculously My chin la
Inclined to be double; this trouble, too,
I keep !a check the same way." JSmlly
Deaa in Town Talk AJt.
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