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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1911.
Sampeck Clollies Were Designed
Especially for You
Ferhaps you, like many smartly
dressed young men, want to keep
abreast of the nowest idea in fash
ionable tailoring the new English"'
poft roll, fin innovation in clothe
fashioning, will appeal' to you.
Again, you may have more con
servative ideas then, the model il
lustrated here will strike your fancy.
No matter what your taste, we have a
Sam peck model which wag designed fo
please you be It ultra or conservative,
each one shows a cleverness and original
ity you'll f.nd In no other clothes.
The new golden browna and rough fin
ished Coronation Muo-graya have found a
ready welcome with Omaha'a best dressed
SIS (o 535
A Hint of the New
Gray and brown mixtures will be the ' Arioa
and Military models win be seen wherever there are well dressed" ni en
good many men have selected thir ... .v.. w .
. ," -v ' . " ' iiiiE now ii a
$15.00 to $35. OO
good time to look them over Prices are
H A i Ft lira -v -
CARMEN MAY. STRIKE AGAIN
Des Moinei Situation Acute, but
Harrigan May Stop Walkout.
ARBITRATION SEEMINGLY FAILS
MiMfrr of Company Propoaea that
Dlelnteresred' Bnalneee Men Be
Asked te Settle Labor
TAFT LAUDS SUPREME COURT
Executive AssaiU Critics of the
KOTICE TO BIO BUSINESS
FrAareatlona of Violators ( ' AitU
Trait Law Will Be Conttnaed
Wltaoat Regard to Effect
oa Affairs ef trad.
POCATELLO, idaho, Oct. -In a
speech brior th Chamber of Commaros
hei today, President Taft bitterly as
sailed the critic, of the United States su
preme court and asserted answ his vtsws
as to the relation of (overnment to bQal
nase. "I love Judges and I love courts,"
said tlia president. "They are my Ideals
on earth that tpify whet ws shall meat
afterward In heaven under a Just Qod.
And a ben a court Is doing Its duty, when
It Is trying to Interpret the law, as It
ought to ba, to have It condemned and
attacked and Its move questioned for
mars political purposes, without any solid
ground for attack, goes to my heart and
I resnt It with deep Indignation."
President Taft spoke with mors foaling
than hs put Into his Detroit and Waterloo
speeches, but along the a Unas. Hs
sal hi. had reoalved many criticisms
n th poln put fa yet he.. had failed, to
receive an answer to his Challenge to W. ,
J. Bryan and ether publicists to cite a
aingle case of combination In restraint of
trade Which ought 'to tve Condemned and
which would not ba 'condemned under the
supreme court's Interpretation of the anti
trust law in the Standard Oil and
Tobacco trust cases.
raaetloa af laprwe Co art.
"What distinguishes this country from'
any other one." said the president. "Is
the supreme court that we have In Wash.
Ington. that oft has stood between ua
an derrors that might have been com
mitted that would have teen greatly In
jurious to this country, and to turn upon
that court and to question Its moves and
to attack It. seems to me to lay the axe
at the root of the tree of our civilisa
tion. Mr. Taft referred to the aupreme court's
disposal of the Standard Oil and Tobacco
cases as "two great decisions."
"They were two of the greatest trusts
that existed." he said, "and In the work
ing out of the decree the court had to
make a remedy. The fciendsrd Oil com
pany presented aU the rhesea of Illegality
and criminality necessary, to establish a
monopoly a( a time when they did not
feel the necessity for concealing their
methods or , their moves. The Tobscco
trust represented an organisation mads
In anticipation of the operation of the
law. helped out by the advice of cunning
lawyers But agslnat them both the de-
Try ThU for Cold
Preaoriptlo Kaowa for SVaenlts
Mather TUs fcarga Quaauty.
Oo to your druggist and ' get "Two
ouncee of Glycerine and a half an ouncs
f Concentrated Pine compound. Mix
these with itlt a pint of good whiskey.
Shake well. ' Tske one to two teaspoon
fuls sfter esch meal and at bed time.
Smaller doses to 'children according to
ss" Any, one cut preps re this at home.
Thia la dd to be the quickest rough and
cold cure known to the medical profes
sion. Be sure to get only the genuine
(Globe) Concentrated Pine Each half
ounce bottle cohim lr a tin screw-top
staled esse If the druggist Is out of
stock he will quickly get It from his
wholesale house. Don't fool with un
certain mixtures It Is risky.
Pine Is one of the oldest remedies
known to civilisation, but m&ny of tbe
extract contain reams and Impurtttaa
that cause nausea and other tad efter
effecte. For safety get only the above
me n tio ned Ad v .
Monday morning we bo
gin a special rocker sale,
with prices cut very, very
low. Details will appear
in the Sunday Bee.
Millar, Sl,wart & Beaton Co.
-613-15-17 Bomb Sixteenth St.
cree of the aupreme court list been pro
Mr. Taft said It was, unfortunate that
u.. country nad got Into a condition that
required a remedy like this. A remedy
"r evii, ne saaed. wss bound to pro
duce for a lime, not business disaster,
but a difficult situation that might make
business slow. But attar h.
had been worked out he saw no reason
wny the country should not go on to
greater and greater prosperity.
Notice to Daalneaa.
"To one in my place," said the presl
dent, "there Is no disnratinn with rr..
ence to the trial of caaas hmu.ht n
the attention of the executive si viola
tions of the) law. The prosecutions tr.ust
go on. It Is not for the executive to uv
he can withhold criminal prosecution
or any kind of prosecutions Just to help
nusiness. Business must reform Itself
and these executive dutiea mn.t k
formed under the oath of nrfioa that i
took and under the oath that those under
"But Whan that (tart Of tha tmslns.
community that thourht that , the anti
trust Btatuta did nM u, ievtki -
deratende that It la tl be enforced, then
we may reach a solution that will enable
the bualnees community to sattla down
on proper and legitimate basis. I hope
the time Is near at hand when we must
get together for prosperity. We . must
eliminate, so fa as, w ea. thig, desire
weens aamed. bjr-hr1f and
gathered together by foresight, attention
end Induafrv luutatu. h.. i . . .
' , aw i wi Up a
feeling that kodea no good for the result
nin a man ajremnta that .a..AIk .
be marked by rtie patriots of the oouhtry
who understand that he la attempting to
uee some disaster to the country to bene,
-I believe we are going en to a greater
future. If we had allowed these com
binations te go on and develop, the only
remedy would have been to change by
force the power thus concentrated In the
hands of a few Individuate to the atate
and then we should have had atats
socialism. It waa the Inevitable result
of tbe movement toward trusts .unless
Back to Coaaaotltloa.
"Now we can get back te competition.
We must gst back to ComDetltion u an
element In thla country. If it la lmooaai.
tie. then let ua go to socialism, for thsre
is no way between. I am not dlarnur.
aged, as yet, in the hope that we may re
turn to a legitimate and Independent com
petition. I am an individualist and not
Mr. Taft then Pleaded for kindlier fel.
Ing bet wee various elements of the
community. He declared the business of
muckraking" would ceaea If naonie
would disregard the attacks upon motives
until ue motives are shown to be Im
proper Mr. Taft said the rellroade were
entmea to proper treatment and should
be saved from the attacka of rha auu.
gogue or the man who would seek by
me position or bis victim te eiimh over
his shouldsra late popular eeteem.
KANSAS CITY OFFICER TO
TESTIFY INJOAMARA CASE
L08 ANGELES. Cal.. Oct! 1-Word
waa received here today that W. K.
Griffin, chief of police of Kansaa City,
would be a witness in ths trial of the Ua
Namara brothers, alleged dynamiters. It
waa learned that Griffin would bring
here alarm clock dsvlcea which are al
leged to have been ued on bombs planted
w-lth the Intention of destroying railroad
bridges near Kansas City.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. oA 1-Judi
Joseph Msrkey of the criminal court of
this county today denied the petition ot
Btate s Attorney J..D. Frederlcka of Los
Angeles. Cal.. that dynamite aelsad in
this city at the time of the arrest of
John J. McNamara be removed to v
Angeles to be used as evidence la the
trial of McNamara.
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
DS8 MOINES, la.. C"t. - pedal Tel-
esram ) Unless something now entirely
unforeseen happens the street csr war In
Des Moines win be reeumed Saturday
evening by reason of the failure of the
company to relnstats discharged men
pending arbitration. The men are firm
In their determination to start a strike
and openly avow their belief that the
company waa only playing for time and
never intended to enter honestly upon
The street car men. number, ng nearly
600, voted today to go on strike unless
three members of the union recently dis
charged are reinstated by tomorrow forS'
noon at i o'clock. The city Railway
company officials say they wi:i not rein
state the men. Ite this evening another
arbitration proposition was made by the
company, which may provide a way out
of the difficulty.
Manager Harrigan refused the demand
of the street cey employes that the dis
charged utreet csr men be reinstated
pending further efforts at srbltrstlon
and made a counter proposition to the
He prefers to withdrsw hi sttorney
ss sn arbitrator if the men will with
draw their arbitrator and both will ap
point disinterested huslnega men as
arbitrators and they will select the third
Manager Harrigan states he Is still
very anxious te have the matter settled
by arbitration and states that the action
taken by the union yesterday was the
first he knew there was dipeatlofaction
with the arrangements.
There Is an Intimation that the court
will agsln tske a hand and declare that
the men. If they strike tomorrow even
ing, are violating an order of the court
and will be In contempt. The employes
ay that the company has already vio
lated the court order and the agreement
and that they do not longer feel bound.
It Is regsrded almost certain that In
case of a new strike the militia com
panies will be used to protect the csrs
whlls being operated by new men.
Ten Thousand Are
Killed in Battle at
Cheng Tu, China
PBlflNfl. Oct l-American Methodiat
missionaries at Chang Tu, ths recently
besieged capital of Pie Chuen province.
telegraphed today that they estimate that
10,009 persons were killed during the
fighting between the tnsurgsnts and gov
ernment troops. Of the dead 3.000 were
soldiers and the othsrs rebels,
i Ten thoussnd rebels are In possession
of several cltiea southwest of Chsng Tu.
beldlers are marching against them today.
The Methodists state -that as a result
tf the uprising thousands of natives ars
homeless and 'many beooming desperate
committed suicide. The Methodists ap
peal for funds, from America te be dis
tributed under 'their supervision, la tbe
work of relief.
GOVERNORS ML TALK COAL
Executives of Western States to
Meet on Mining Matters.
DATE NOT YET PICKED OUT
M'llllnia Madden, Convleted of Mir
dep jf Floreaee Dortt at Dee
Moines, Rteea Twenty
Yeera In Prison.
fProm a Staff Correspondent.)
D8 MOINES. Ia . Oct. (Special Tel
egram.) Governor Carroll of Iowa, Oov
ernor Denen of Illinois, Governor Srubbs
of Kansas. Governor Hsdley of Missouri
snd possibly the chief executives of other
middle western Btates which hava coal
fields, will hold a conference the latter
part of the present month to dlscuea leg
islstlon affecting the coal mining in
dustry. The date Is not yet fixed.
William Madden, colored, convicted a
week ago by a criminal court Jury on a
charge of murder In the second degree
was sentenced to the penitentiary for
twenty years today. Investigation of Mad
den's record revealed that he had been
tangled in a shooting scrape in Kansas
City. Msdden was convicted of the mur
der of riorence Durtt, wife o fa colored
restaurant keeper In Court avenue.
Borden Accepts Call
to Form Cabinet
OTTAWA. Ont. Oct S.-The Leurlar
ministry haa resigned snd Premier-elect
R. L. Borden has accepted the call 'of
his excellency, to form a cabinet. '
The resignation of the liberal govern
ment, ' which came Into power In Wt,
took place at government house at 3
o'clock thla afternoon following a cabinet
sitting which lasted until 1:80 p. m. Sir
Wilfrid Laurler conferred with Earl Grey,
after which. the governor general sent a
messenger to the resldsnce of the Incom
ing premier and aekad him to undertake
the taak of forming a new government.
Mr. Borden accepted and requeated a few
daye In which to complete selection of
the new ministry.
Rodgers Delayed at
Hammond by Storm
HAMMOND. Ind.: Oct. 1-
Rodgers was delayed here
to (w est flight by a severe
storms that came up today.
planned tu leave here at S
weather permits, and fly
there to stay over night
Later Rod gars gave np
continue his croae country
owing te continued storm,
tomorrow for Chic go.
Aviator C. P
In his coast
wind and rain
At noon be
o'clock If tha
bis plana to
Be will start
Is Coal Miners layered.
PAN A. III.. Oct. l-SIx coal mlnera
reoelved broken lege and two others
were probably fatally tnlured when the
rage In a mine at Nokomts fell eighty
reet witn tnem looey.
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,1 f I LEW RABES
.J 1 BII BLDO.
' t Xairaoc oa Coaia
1 1 XmL. A. lOXB
EARTHQUAKE SHOCK IS
FELT AT PORT AU PRINCE j
PORT AT PRINCE. Haiti. Oct. 1-A
heavy earthquake occurred here at 6 M
o'clock thla morning. The movement 1
was from east to west and lasted thlrtv ,
Tbe shock was accompanied by subter- !
reneea rumblings. No damags was done
WA6HINGTOIJ. Oct. 4.-Ae earth '
shock, estimated te have occurred at a
distance ot about I. M0 mil as from Wesn
Ington. mas recorded this morning at the
C. .iirf.tnw unliMfiltw .k..... . - . I
""W4 is.ui y. 4 a
disturbance began at I B o'clock and
laatsd over, forty mlautaa.
MOBILE. Oct t-The seismograph at
prlnghil college here recorded a very
severe earthquake at 4 o'clock this morn
ing, which, according to cslculatlons, was
probably only.aboyi TOO miles distant
W. - m
r 1 ; '
: 13 . "
for the Purpose
of I n t r oduclng
cat Bottled la
Old Lewis H. Rye
Full Quart. 05
Old Ripy Bbr.
Full Quart. 00
Wines A Liquors
1S07 Douglas St.
Phone Doug-. 041
MOTXKXBTB OT OCBAJT STBAKB&a.
re : us tin jraa,- Trlu
CSLA . .. CnUl
Qt tiysTOWX. , Ocwala,
CJiiCHSillU'i JU. ma. OSellle.
i.l Iua.. -.frame. ' " '
Bailey. The Dentist
Ns Offices. Nsw
704-10 Oity Matioaal
High grade dentlatry
at reasonably prices.
Cut' tins out to find
OUTBREAK OF INFANTILE
PARALYSIS AT RHODES
MARSH AIXTOWN. Ia.. Oct. .-rSpe-
elal.) With one dead and seven others
sick, the details of a most unusual out.
break ot Infantile paralysis in the south
western part of the county, near Rhodes
were made public bare today. The un
usual phase of tha esse Is that In the
opinion of the attending physlalan and
the State Board of Health that the
dlsesse has been spresd by flies that
have faaated on the unburned caresses of
dead chickens which died of the disease.
That the disease Is prevalent smong
'young chickens In many parts of the
state Is the statement of the officers of
the state experimental station at Iowa
Etste college. Ames.
Four-year-old Elizabeth Wlgnall Is dead
and there are seven other caeea In five
other families. The attending- physician
ia authority for the statement that fully
1.000 chickens In the afflicted neighbor
hood have died. But the disease has not
been limited alone to' them. Fifteen or
twenty pigs In the same neighborhood
have shown symptoms of the disease and
some of them have died. In one Instance
a calf was stricken and died, but as far
the disease has only appeared among
the young animals, the older ones seem
ing to have escaped.
While one or two of the sick children
are considered to be In a grave condi
tion It la thought that the worst of the
epidemic la over.
Mrs, Rnaa Charged with Marder.
HAMPTON, Ia., Oct. (.(Special.) Mrs.
Alethla Rush, who last August shot and
killed her husband, who was the agent
of the Iowa Central railroad at Sheffield,
waa today Indloted for murder In tbe
first degree. Mrs. Rush will probably be
brought from Osceola, at once, where ahe
has been living since the trsgedy. It la
expected the case will be brought to
trial at the present term, of court.
Father Bajolne His So'.'
FORT PODGS,,Ia.. Oct . Special.)
Recourse to an injunction has been taken
by Joseph Clous ot Cooper township to
restrain his . own son ' from entering or
approaching Me noma : Tbe petition waa
filed here today. Clouse, senior, .claims
that Clouse, Jr., has been Invited to leave
home 'because he stirs up strife .' and
dissension (n . the home and that the
younger Clouse refuses to Changs Ms bed
and board. It Is said years ago, Joseph
Clouse, sr., attempted to get an In
junction to restrain his mother-in-law
from entering bis home.
.... . . ,
Wherever You See a Crowd of Omaha's
V ell Dressed Hen Together
' You always see a goodly representation
of Browning, King & Co. Clothes
Sometimes lt' the suit, other times the
overcoat, many times it's both.
When such fellows congregate and their topic dwells on the
ever interesting clothes question, you'll hear nothing but words
of praise for Browning, King & Co. garments and whj-T Be
cause for more than sixty years Browning, King & Co.'s cloth-,
ing has been used as a standard on which all other makes are
graded. Men who insist on getting the best the market affords
naturally turn to this store. All our garments are made in our
own New York shops, by the best tailors in the land. They
must be better they are better.
SDITS OVERCOATS I YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
$15 :o to MO04 1 1500 to 5000 15 to $3000
Ever stop for a few moments before our
15th street windows and note the sort of
Furnishing Goods we show. Can't you see
the difference at a glance between thos
and the kind you find elsewhere but
that's only a hint to what you'll find in
side. You'll enjoy looking at those new
Shirts, Neckwear,, Gloves, Hosiery, Under
wear and the best part of all, you'll find
the prices within easy reach of everyone.
ANSWER TO YOUR
Whether It's s Suit or
Overcoat, or both, he is
needing, you'll find this
store better prepared
than ever before to fill
his needs satisfactor
ily both to his idea of
style snd your Ides of
Suits...... $5 to $25
Overcoats. .$5 to $15
R. S. Wilcox,
:Ming & C
I at Douglaa.
Death Dae to Uee of Coeatne.
FORT DODGE. Ia.. Oct . Special. )
After collapsing suddenly . while in a
barber's chair, William Oalos. 30 years
old. waa takes to the county Jail where
he died later. His death was due to the
use of cocaine. This added, to the recent
imprisonment of Dr. J. H. Palmer, for
selling cocaine, had thoroughly aroused
Fort Dodge people to the serious situation
Fort Deagfa Mas Bare Aeroplaae.
FORT DODGE, Is., Oct. t (Spec 14. )
Norlsn enow of Fort Dodge, an automo
bile dealer, haa purchased s Farnum
biplane, four cyllndsr, and aspects to
have It at his gsrsgs this week. He and
some of his employee will try flying.
Bnow is a son-in-law of the late Captain
fl. J. Bennett many times major ot Fort
Slashed with a Rasor,
wounded with a sun, or pierced by a
ruaty nail; Bucklen's Arnica Salve heala
the wound. Guaranteed. 26c For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
MEN ACCUSED OF SILK
THEFT GO BACK TO IOWA
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. . (Special.) Oov irflAp
Aldrlch after hearing the matter In detail
today extradited J. 8. Lehmann and
Harry Borsky. tha former a Lincoln
young man who with the latter was ac
cused of stealing $300 worth of ailk from
a Cedar Rapids, la., store. The men
were arrested In this city after they had
offered bolts of the goods for aale In this
city and had sold gloves to varloua local
At the hearing a plea for mercy waa
made by M. Weil, a local banker, who Is
related 4.0 young Lehmann. and who de
clared that the governor should exercise
clemency toward she palp ot men. The
executive after a review of the case de-
aea mat, nis duty lay Fi sending .the
ooya dsc sr to lowa. where they could
hava a fair and impartial trial.
Another Saving Saturday
Every Saturday's a bis: dav at Beaton 's f v,.
values in quality goods. Tomorrow it's Standard Toilet
Waters, Creams, Tooth Powders and Pastes at a fraction
of the regular prices.
B or. Se Beaton Path t0 Real Drug Economy." '
Diamonds tad Diamonds
The diamond 1 s
usually referred to
ss s bright spark
ling gem a descrip
tion which fits only
atones. Inferior dia
monds sre little bet
ter then cheap 1ml
tstlons. The person
who knows what
real diamonds are
would not sccept sa
inferior gem. When
you buy s stone st
Edbolm's you know
tbe full value of it
snd you get a stone
of quality that will
stand Inspection snd
c O m B a rlaon Th,
prices here sre ss low ss any tor
tbe same quality and they sre the
same to every customer.
Don't Merely Buy Invest.
Sixteenth snd Harney.
J5e Colgate's Tooth Powder ,
60c Grsves' Tooth Powder (family size)!
75o Purrln's English Rose Toilet Water ,
'75c 4711 Violet Vegetel
60o Dsbrook's Toilet, Wster (all odors) i
toe Finaud s Tlvoll Powder
26c Pond's Extract Talc Powder
60c Full pound can Talcum Powder
60c Cassimers Vanishing Cream . . . .
7sc rompelan Massage Cream ;
75c St. Clair's Perfection Cream
50c Daggett & Rsmsdell's Cold Cream ' . .' . .' .' .' ." .
60c Burnham's Cucumber and Elderf lower Cream '
25c De Mar's Rose Glycerine Soap
25c Pscker's Tsr Soao
40c Shah of Persis Soap
25c Peroxide Soap .
75c Rubber Gloves
50c Detachable Ebony Buffer
60c Burnham's Hair and Scalp Tonic
11.00 to $1.35 2-qt. Pearl Brand Water Bottle
$1.25 4-qt. Pearl Brand Fountain Syringes ..
Beaton Drug Co.
Fifteenth and Farnam Streets
Suits anil Overcoats to Order $20,00 and Up
A good tailor can help anyone along.
He can do it by adding Impress to any man's appearance. He
can do It by prepsrlng especially for each man clothes thst will be
a parof his individuality and personality.
Attire conscientiously and skillfully made to measure will add
a degree of distinction to any man's appearance that could never
be seen red from wearing garments made tor the "mob."
Try us, at from 2A to 9UK Aft
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.
S04-306 South lth St. Five Steps South of Farnam
A TRIUMPH IN THE ART OF BREWING
THE LEADING BEER
IN THE MIDDLE WEST
Faintly Trade Supplied by
Ouva. fttssrs, rbassas WebeXatr
UMMf laeVntrfaSraJBl Uafii.
Burlington Houtc-Santa Fo Route
via uonver, Colorado
Omaha fo Los Angeles
DAILY FROM O0T. 5TH TO OCT. 15TH INCLUSIVE.
THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SCHEDULE
Leave Omaha ll:35P.M.rfiW
Arrive Denver 1:00P.M. Friday "
Leave Denver 3:30P.M. " Fridav "
Arrive Pasadena 7:35 A.M. " Monday
" Lc Angeles fi:35A.M. " "
" San Diego 12:55Noon " " .
$25.00 Ono Way to California
ton dining cars and Harvey isl rTiti P' m' BttrU,l-
. Secr through tourist sleeping ia, accommodations .head of the hr.
c ' f"11 bt thla deslrsbls rone to
Southern CaJIforsi. sad help make your travel art
J. B. REYNOLDS, C. P. A.
ISOa FAKXAM 8.TREET. OMAHA.
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- It will be worth while.
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