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JE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1911.
Special News for Small Women
Occasionally, we Lave from out of town a customer
who is not familiar with the very thin which has brought
this store into widespread favor that is, the special atten
tion which we give to apparel for the small woman.
Perhaps you, too, experience difficulty in
securing garments which fit without being prac
tically remade this exclusive feature then, is of
unusual importance to you.
The present showing embraces every new and favored
style in Suits, Dresses and Coats in a handsome array of
colors and patterns and at surprisingly reasonable prices.
The new Fall and "Winter Catalogue is now ready.
November Pictorial Review Patterns are in, on the balcony.
M 91 i ITS TIB -v
M W H 1 n S-JlkJtLZd at'
LCi8-liJ30 FARNAXS GT&SrST
BATTLE IN OPORTO STREETS
Uprising of Monarchist' it Put
Down by Troopt.
MANY KILLED AND WOUNDED
Street Are Cleared by ravalry
bars and Maabcr of Conspira
tor Arretted Official Report
LJSEON. Ovt. .-By Frontier, Oct. t
There n fighting In the streets of
Oporto on (Saturday between monarch
UK and the republican troops- following
the discovery of monarchlal conspiracy.
A number of peraoni were killed anil
other wounded. The republicans easily
bad the better of the conflict.
But this I not regarded as the end
of the anarchist movement In northern
Portugal. The newspapers are not al
lowed to print the details of what Is
I'ersone arriving at the capital from
Oporto describe the scene In that city
Saturday morning as terrible, when the
fighting took plaoe. Just before dawn.
The republican troops hd surprised and
arrested several groups of monarchists,
the number being more than 100. Other
A large body of monarchists gathered
in a publle building, which they barri
caded and they fired on the troop with
automatic ptatola. Other monarchists in
different quarters of the city, hearing
the firing, thought It wan a signal for
the monarchlal uprising. They fled
blindly to the places In the city which
they had been Instructed to occupy at
the critical moment. Every man was
armed with a revolver and they began
firing on the troops from the side
streets. Among , them were several
priests, who fought courageously and In
spired ths others.
Cavalry Charges Down Street.
Early In the fight fresh troop arrived
and a troop of cavalry charged up and
down the streets, firing their pistols and
slashing with their sabers. Bom houaea
were set on fire. Eventually the mon
archists who survived were arrested or
fled and order was restored.
Thne Is no reliable estlmat of the
number killed and wounded. The mon
archist appear to have been but loosely
org an! led. '
Disorder at other places have been
suppred. Seemingly the government
la secure In Its military measure.
An official note Issued today say:
"The Information of the government
doe not accord with the rumor abroad
of an Incursion of monarchists. On the
contrary, the anniversary of the republic
1 being celebrated In all parti of the
Ias.nDON. Oct. I. Th Portuguese
minister today received the following
telegram from the Foreign office at Lis
bon: "A tentative revolution at , Oporto
failed completely. The conspirators
war arretted and were confined In a
fort at Uebon. The government pre
pared to take energetic measures to re
press further conspiracies. Absolute
Falrbnrr Flrsa Is Baafcrapt.
FA1BBURT. Neb., Oct. l.-(8nclal.)-It.
W. Cabin, referee in bankruptcy at
Beatrice, was la Fsirbury hearing th
vtdence In the bankruptcy case of ft.
Begil, owner of th "Hub" clothing (tor.
Mtl Segll Is manager of this store, ft
Begtl being hla wife Sarah Segll. It 1
announced that th llabllltie of th Hub
amount to 110.000 and th asset some
thing about $7,000 or ts.MO. Boy E, Riley
of this city was appointed trustee by Mr.
Bebln to tail car of th proceed of th
Hub tor pending the disposal of th
Man-tailored Peter Thompson dresses
will be found exclusively at Benson
Thome's. lili-30 Farnam St.
Heat Process for Wrinkles
and a Double Chin.
(Lilies' Quarterly Review.)
tine it bss become known that
wrlnklae, mugging fleuh. double chin
and enlirgeii pour are iue to th
starved condition of the tissues un
derneath the cuticle, It la also known
that old-fashioned thcrmodlsed Jelly
will heat and feed and nourlah the
tlbhutM. If you go to your druggUt
and puitIum an ounce and a half of
Uienno-llxcd J'ly. rubbing half a
teaspoontut. Ibto your face till It la
tbeoibotf and following by a wasli
of reul cold water, you will begin
ijr.medi.tlvly to get results. Th Im
poverished tissues will respond vry
quickly, tnd th result 1 that your
whole fate will soon be restored to
Its youthful, healthy, solid flrmneaj.
Those uhbucs are only sick and
liftlem. ruse the itkln ha been
liottui! with worth lotlona,
-renins ma cunnirtlce Uirt and lmi
l.ot. The l:ermodlf1 Jl y will v
them :lly wn they need good,
nourishing, hel-ivlng fotxi.
STRIKERS QUIET IN OMAHA
(Continued from Page one.)
were having difficulty In all th depart
ments securing the name of th strikers
on the registration books. "However,"
he said, "they are sinning It and as more
men walk out the lint Is Increased. The
men are leaving their work by twos and
threes each day."
At Union FaclfU: headquarter no tate
ment would be made other than that
"everything Is peaceable and Is satisfac
tory." W. W. Whlttaker gave this out
a coming from th officials of th road
and Is th only thing they bad to say
J. P. Ryan, president of th Boiler
makers' federation, was acheduled to ar
rive In the rlty Tuesday, but was delayed
on account of washouts. He will assume
management of the bollnrmakara' strlks
upon his arrival.
Other grand lodge officers of the labor
federation are expected In the city as
soon as the convention being held In
The strikers held a meeting at Labor
temple Tuesday forenoon at W o'clock,
but the hall was too small for th crowd,
and after a session of fifteen minute,
adjournment was taken and notice given
that hereafter forenoon sessions would
be held at Wolfe' hall, Twenty-second
and Cuming, each forenoon at 10 o'clock.
According to Mr. draco, th labor men
are "Just getting organised" and will not
be In condition to take any definite action
for probably a week.
GRAND ISLAND MBit STAY OUT
I nlna Vote to laoore Ofer of Re
Instalment. GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Oct. l-lSpe-rlal
Telegram.) At 'a meeting of th
striking Union Faolflo machinist car
ahopmen thla morning It was decided not
to respond to th notice of Assistant
Manager Fuller to make application be
fore noon Wednesday, October 1 If they
wish to retain employment Th action
was unanimous. Th meeting waa at
tended by about 100 of th 2U who went
ALL I Ql'IBT I.N CHICAGO
roaflletlaaT tatemeata a to X amber
f Men la Barastd Shop.
CHIC AO, Oct. a.-Pc and quiet
reigned for th most part In th vicinity
of th Burncld shops of th Illinois
Central Railroad company during th
early morning hour. Th 100 men who
are U1I employed at th plant were not
annoyed as they passed through th big
gates to th shop. Groups of striker
stood outslds, but they jnaa no attempt
to Interfere with the men who remained
fore of 300 policemen was on duty
patrolling the Burnsld plant and pre
venting th gathering of crowds. No
striker was allowed to go within 100 feet
of the fence surrounding th works.
Illinois Central official declared that
the company could fill the vacanclee
cauaed by th walk out In on hour, but
there was no need of maintaining such
a large force at preaent. They Insist
that th company's eervtc haa not been
Interfered with In any way by th strike.
Representative of th labor unions
deny th truth of th company' claim
and Insists that thr ar not more than
500 men at work at Burnslde and that
th entire repair department will be crip
plod and th entire service Impaired In a
few day unless th strike Is settled and
the men return to their places.
Julius Kruttschnltt. vioe president of
the Harrtman lines, will not place a time
limit within which th ahopmen may re
turn to work. Mattera of that kind have
been left to other official of theroed
comprising th Harrtman system, h said.
Mr. Kruttschnltt Indicated, however,
thst th strike was not proving a serlou
as th railroad had expected and that a
number of employe had applied for re
instatement. VIOLENCE AT HOV8TOW, TEXAS
Special Officer Pipes Hilled aad S. B.
HOUSTON, Tes., Oct I J. J Pipes,
special officer from Athens, Tex., wss
hot and killed Just inside the' gates of
the shop yards today while en route with
a small party of officers and strlkbreak-.-s
from a train to th yards. S. B
Crockett, another special officer of the
party, who was near Pipe and who was
wounded, says the shot were fired from
within the yards, .where a number of
guarda were stationed. Captain H S
e'lsk, also Injured, who was escorting the
psrty to the yards, says the shots ram
flora the crowd of strikers following hi
charges and that h believes be fired
one shot In reply.
Another version e fOie affair developed
In a statement by J. E ray, on of th
company' employe, that th hot were
not fired either by guard or by striker
He asserts the shots rame from a side
In addition to those shot or stoned
Gordon Knight, a strikebreaker, waa
subbed In the face. All the Injured are
expected to recover.
Chief of Folic Voss said that hi In
vestigation Indicated th strikers were
not making threats, but were trying to
persuad th strikebreakers not to take
IOWA CITY IN THE LIMELIGHT
SUte Examiner Cox Point Out
Finances in Bad Shape.
MONEY DIVERTED FROM FUNDS
Kepabllcaa Committee of Iowa 111
Meet Tals Month to Arrenae
for the Presidential
(From a Staff Correepondent.)
. DE8 MOINES, la., Oct. .-opeclal Tel
egram.l Iowa City' municipal account
srs in bad shape, according to the official
report of Examiner M. K. Cox. released
by the state auditor's office today. Bad
conditions pointed out are:
An overdraft of M.WIM of working
Diversion of funds in order to show a
balance: misuse of brick paving and
iHiiids of a special fund.
Collection of poll tux and ctnietery
account ly ilerk, when same should be
done by treasurer.
Allowance of bill Of Il.lfi2.06 for fire de
railment's expenses to state tourna
ment, when the proper fund already had
an overdraft of over $3,600.
Th republican state central committee
will meet In Lies Moines some time dur
ing the preaent month to take up the
question of a presidential primary to as
certain the choice of Iowa republican
for the nomination ' for president. The
sentiment of the members of the com
mittee Is not known, a many of them
have not made public tbelr opinions.
itinera' strike Committee.
The Iowa Coal Operators' association
nas named President K. C. Smith of lies
Moines and H. L. Waterman of Ottumwa
a Its members of the Joint committee
which will settle the controversy over the
strike at the Excelsior mines near Oska
loona. it Is underotood that the miners
have named Ham Hailantyne of Boone
ana John Cochrane o? Albla.
Judgment to Administrator.
A Judgment of a,&u0 was given B. W.
Aldrlch. administrator of the estate of
the late U. W. Campbell, in the district
court against the Fort Dodge, Des Molne
& riouthern Railway company for the
death of Campbell, who was killed when
a car on which he was a passenger
craehed into another car on an open
P llUiS ON XfllPOLI
(Continued from First Page.)
outside th Turkish garrison. Th only
Italian remaining are the apostolic del
egate and a few Franciscan monks, who
refused to depart.
Th natives have retired Jo th Interior
with caravans of camels, ,000 old Mauser
rifle received from Turkish military au
thorities and 11.000 Mauser which were
landed by th Turkish transport Derna.
According to th message received here
from th Italian commander, th vessels
of th Turkish fleet ssparated off Samoa
and; th several ships proceeded In as
The plan adopted evidently I to arm
ths.Arab tribes of th Interior for a guer
illa J warfar against th Italians.
Trie commander of an Italian cruiser
whltfh 1 cruising In th Aegean sea,
with Instructions to watch for the Turk
ish fleet, confirm th suspicion enter
tained her that tha announcement from
Constantinople that the Turkish warships
had entered the Dardanelles was untrue
and was made with th Intention of de
ceiving th Italians.
many directions, th better to eecap th
watchfulness of th Italian.
Rear Admiral Aubrey, In command of
th Italian fleit at Tripoli, has rein
forced th ship watching for Turkish
vessels between Greece and the African
coast. Additional warships hav been eta
Uoned between th mainland of Greece
and Cerlgo, th southernmost of th prin
cipal Ionian Island; between Cerlgo and
Crete and between Crete and Tripoli.
According to official reporta a total of
fifty-seven Turkish steamer, yacht and
craft of various slses have been shut
In Italian ports or captured by Italian
fleet at sea, while the Italian vessel
taksn by th Turk number only tare.
Advises Turkey to Yield.
LONDON. Oat. I Th Constantinople
correspondent of th Chronlol sends th
"Th sultan passes many hours praying
at shrine. H grant frequent audiences
to the German ambeaaador. I am assured
that at last th ambassador has pro
posed, on the emperor' ad vie, that Tur
key should cade Tripoli to Italy, th m-
peror undertaking that Turkey shall re-
cel ve adequate compensation,
"Th United fttale, It la understood,
Is using its utmost Influence to bring
about a cessation of the hoatllltle and
Russia glvee repeated aaaurano that It
ZMMvaaw(MaiuitimuMiutwum i u mm inv
2 r-r i
will not allow complications to arise In
"A special commission hss been formed
to recruit volunteers for the country
defense. From all parts of Servla and
Montenegro great mllltsry activity Is re
ported. Turkish reinforcements have
ben sent to Jsnlna.
Saltan May Retaliate.
"Turkey snt Its final note to the
powers last night, appealing for friendly
intfrventlon. If the response Is unfavor
able, orders will at once be given to be
gin military operations. A high Turkish
official declared that Turkey had not yet
beirun hostilities, in spite of Italy's brutal
" 'We have had great difficulty,' he
continued, In restraining public opinion.
Should the last appeal for Intervention
prove futile German protection afforded
Italians will be of iltlje avail.' "
"A mob today attacked the Italian
c insulate at Salonlkl. The consulate was
seriously damaged, although soldiers pre
vented It from being wrecked. The mob
then surrounded the ex-sultan' villa and
fired revolvers at th window.
"The authorities are taking a census of
the Italians In Constantinople and an
Inventory of their property. If the war
continues Italian convents and all othr
property will be confiscated.
Trying to Find Jewel
Smuggler Who Bribed
NEW TORK. Oct. -The Jewel
smuggling for which Nathan Allen of
Kenonha, Wis., and John R. Collins of
Memphis, Tenn , paid heavy fines yester
day was under further Investigation to
day by a federal grand Jury. The gov
ernment I trying to find who was re
sponsible for the alleged bribing of a
custom officer and corrupting of several'
government employes to wink at exten
sive frauds. They are on the trail also
of a banker better known than Allen or
These two men, who pleaded guilty and
were fined yesterday, were subpoenaod to
testify before the grand Jury today. Their
attorney denies that they have any
agreement with the government to make
revelations. Allen, the attorney declare,
I the victim of a plot and there sre
intimations that the government still Is
far from the bottom of the plot In which
the smuggling of th Jewels afterward
possessed by Mr. Helen Dwelle Jenkins,
waa only an incident.
Capt. P. C. Haines
Leaves Sing Sing
OS8ININO. N. T., Oct. l.-Captaln
Peter C. Hains. Jr.. who killed William
K. Annls In Augusta In 1908 received his
pardon today and left Sing Sing prison.
Accompanied by his father, General
Peter C. Halns, United States army, re
tired, he took a train for New Tork City.
Halna' pardon was brought about .by
the efforts of his father. What finally
caused the governor to act. however,
wa a petition signed by all th Jurymen
who found him guilty of manslaughter.
Hla sentence waa not lees than eight nor
more than sixteen year.
Halns' defense at hi trial was that a
blow on the head when a boy had af
fected his mind. HI attorney also de
clared he had been frensled by stories of
relations between Annls and Mrs. kjalns.
Halns got a divorce from his wife last
After hi Imprisonment Hains resigned
from th army.
BOY WHIRLED AROUND BY BIQ
WHEEL FOR THREE MINUTES
MASON CITY, la., Oct. S.-fSpec.lal.)-Jesse
Wleder, son of the foreman at
Kuppinger's mill, met with a terrible ac
cident yetserday and hi parent and th
doctor cannot yet figure out how he
managed to escape with hi lite, but h
did. He waa caught In a big drlvawh
that revolved 100 time a minute. Th
men working on the floor above heard
the pounding of hla feet as they
kept hitting th celling and rushed down
stairs and saw that th boy waa caught.
Th power was Immediately shut off, but
the boy had been in th wheel at least
three minute and going around at thl
death rate. HI arm was vary badly torn
and brokan and h waa considerably
bruised, but th physician ar of th
opinion that tbey will b abl to pull
I.. H. Smith.
TORK. Neb.. Oct. l.-Speclal.)-L. H.
Smith died at th horn of hi daugh
ter. Mr. Wes Flshsr, yesterday morning,
aged 78 years.
Women who seek axclualveness in
dress will find th question settled at thl
store, as a great many of th new gar
ments are represented by only one model.
The Penson A Thorn Co., 151S-M Far
The Dinner Pail
Contains nourishment for body and brain.
is Rea! Food for Workers.
packars of GraDe-Nuts will
for the cereal part of lunchec fo: we JL '
" Thtre't a Reason" for Crcpe-Nutt
Postua Cere Company, UruitocL Battle Creek, Mjdb.
TRIBUTE PAID DEAD MASON
Grand Commander Richardson Talks
of Judge Anderson.
THIRTEEN VACANCIES CREATED
Many Changee Will Follow la Sa
preme Body of Scottish Rite
Faneral Will Be Held
fFrom a Staff Correpondent.)
WASHINGTON. I). C. Oct. i.-Speclal
Teltgram.) Grand Commander Richard
son. head of Sottish rite bodies of Ha
onry of the southern Jurisdiction, was
extremely sjfecud today In upeaking of
the sudden death of Gusts ve Anderson,
an active member of the supreme council
of Scottish rite Masons.
"Brother Guetave Anderson will be
mourned by a wide circle of Mascns In
Nebraska, but no more sincerely mourned
than by the supreme body of which he
was a worthy and Indefatlguable
worker." said the grand commander.
"He was conservative In advice and on
all questions brought to the subject a
clear, logical reasoning. We will miss
Oustave Anderson In our councils, for he
was not only active In committee work,
being a member of the Important com
mittee on nomination. He was punctili
ous In his attendance upon session or
the supreme council, whither he was
bound when death railed him."
Creates Thirteen Varanrles.
Tha death of Gustave Anderson, an ac
tive thirty-third degree Mason of the
southern Jurisdiction. Is the sixth In the
active list since the meeting of the su
preme council two years ago and creates
thirteen vacancies In the supreme body of
the Scottish rite.
According to th Masonic history of
Gustave Anderson on file In the house of
the temple In this city, he wa mad a
Mason in Covert lodge, Omaha. In 1S7C.
He was made royal arch Mason In 137
and a Knight Templar In October of the
same year. In ln he waa made Knight
of Rose Croix and Albert Pike, the great
grand commander, made him a thirty-
second degree Mason In Omaha In 18S4.
He waa coronetted an honorary Inspec
tor general on December 11, 1WT, by
Thomas H. Caswell, then grand com
mander, and crowned an active member
of the supreme council. December 30,
Arranaremeat for Faneral.
Arrangements for th funeral of. the
late Gustav A. Anderson wl.l be made
as sooi as Wilhelm Anderson, son of
tha deceased, who Is now In California,
arrives here. George West, John Kelly
and John Shook, representing the differ
ent Masonic bodies of Omaha, left last
night for Chicago to bring the body
here, and upon the return the body will
be borne from the Union station by the
members of the Scottish Rite, all in full
uniform, to the family residence, at 1922
Douglas street. The funeral will prob
sbly b held Sunday, and will be con
ducted with full Maeonlo honor.
0RAN E. HESS IS BROUGHT
BACK TO ST. rAUL FOR TRIAL
ST. PAUL. Neb3 Oct. S. (Special)
County Sheriff Hlgfiey returned yester
day from the Stat '3f Washington, hav
ing In hi custody Orin E. Hess, who dis
appeared from Elba last April, leaving a
large shortage In his accounts a man
ager of the Farmer' Elevator company
at that place. Mr. ' Hess was bonded In
the Lion Bonding company, and the com
pany paid an indemnity of S3.60D. the
eetlmated amount of 'the shortage. Mr.
Hess wa apprehended In Washington
through th efforts of th bonding com
pany, and by a requisition from Gover
nor Aldrlch upon th governor of Wash
ington handed over to th sheriff of
Howard county. H Is now lodged In
the county Jal!, awaiting his preliminary
hearing on the charge of embezzlement.
It 1 stated now that the amount of miss
ing funds will run considerably above
th drat estimate.
BROTHERS MEET AFTER
MARSHALLTOWN. Ia., Oct. $.-( Spe
cial.) After being separated for thirty
eight year and never having seen each
other during that time Justice of th
Peace I. 8. Millard -waa yesterday
brought face to face with hi brother,
Henry Millard of Portland, Ore., and
neither brother knew th other. Th
Portland brother cam Into th office of
Justice Millard, having been directed to
th office and knowing that hi brother
wa a Justice of thl city. Henry Millar
topped here on hi way west from
Carlisle. Ontario, where he had been vis
ltlng at th old home. He wa but a lad
of 10 when he and hi brother separated.
Shortly before that time their father
married a widow, who had children of
her own, and th Millard children left
horn and were cattard.
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If ever grace, distinction, fashion,
fit, wear and all-around excellence
were compressed into Suits and
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garments now on display at thi
Suits and Overcoats that fit, that
are shapely, that have "tone"
not one detail is neglected; not
this shape or that shape in partiou
lar, but every shape that's shapely.
They will give satisfaction froin
the time you buy them until thread
bare. We are showing men how to
dress well and have money left over
for other things.
In our display you'll find little,
touches of style that other stores
will have next year. Remember that
Browning, King & Co. stand right
behind every garment in stock xcUh
thfir personal guarantee for fit, style and satisfaction.
Distinctive Suits for C vercoats in Every
Men and Young Men Wanted Style
$15 to $40 $15 to $50
Good Clothing Values for Boys
IIow's the Boy's Suitf Is it beginning to show signs
of wear! "Whether it's a suit or overcoat he needs, our
popular Boys' Department was never better prepared to
serve you at, this season of the year. Clothes for dress,
or clothes for school wear, made with all the style and
goodness the boy could wish for at prices that are sure
to please father and mother.
$5 to $25
Mr. Waa, Do You Find the Hat Question Perplexing?
No need to be. Just do as hundreds of other well
dressed Omaha men do come to this store, tell yonr hat
troubles to our salesmen and they'll surprise you with
the ease in which they can select Hats exactly suited for
you. Not a few but many. May they have the pleasure
of serving you?
rowning.King & CQ
R. S. WILCOX, Manager. 15th at Doola
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in conventional soli
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iam to ride a two.
9 m legged eauiel oa a
5Yf tisht wire while I
&' nlar a mandolin
with on band and
so ciaAne with
detail when yon buy yonr aest
John' Cigar Store
321 So. J 6th St.
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