Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 12, 1911, Page 2, Image 2
THE I3KE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1911 Thai Boy Needs Shoes Again Doubtless' you think that your boy weafs out a pair ol ehoe s in record time. He needs the wenr-proof shoes which we have for him. They're carefully made of extra quality, selected stock, with genuine oak soles and Goodyear welt sewed. You'll find that the time for Ml - - new snoes win come less ire- quenlly when the boy we.irs tliese sturdy shoes. The new high toe lasts' are stylish, comfortable and in favor with all boj's. Sizes 9 to 13V $2.00 and $2.50 Sizes 1 to 6 $2.50 and $3.00 nrt ywim rrcvm crtrm arrowe 1518-1520 FAENAM STREET bias or prejudice in regard to organised labor." Mr. Davis withdrew hl question finally ud asked of Mr. Nelson; "Have you taken any Interest In the labor war or have you atudled the quel lion?" "No more than I have read In the papers." "Well, have you formed any opinion aa to whether labor un . are proper, are lnlmlral. or are a menace In the United Elates?" Counsel for the prosecution objected that the drfense was endeavoring to ascertain the opinion of lurora aa to other matters that were bound to become ques tion of evidence In the trial and that In a direct way an effort waa being made to determine hnw a Juryman might vote on the verdict. Judge Bordwell ruled that the question concerning labor unions could be an swered, and Mr. Nelson said: "I am not prejudiced against labor unions as an organisation." "Well, do you believe labor unions aa you understand them to be carried on here In California are a menace?" IMetrlet Attorney Fredericks Interjected that the question assumed that the Jury men knew of the conduct of 1 bor unions and that the Iteue was foreign to the subject. "Union labor is on trial," said W. J. Effect of Great Kidney Remedy Is Soon Realized I feel it my duty to let you know what Swamp-Root did for me. 1 was bothered with my back for over twenty years and t times I could hardly get out of bed. 1 read your advertisement and decided to try Swamp-Root. Used five bottles. and It haa been five years since I used It and I have never been bothered a day since I took ihe Isst bottle of It. I am thoroughly convinced that Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root cured ma and would re commend It to others suffering as I did. My husbsnd was troubled with kidney n4 bladder troubles and hs took your Bwsmp-Root snd It cured him. This wss about five years ago. You may publish, this letter If you choose. Very truly yours, MRS. MATTIK CAMFIELD, R F. D. No. 1, Ooblevllle. Mich. Subscribed and sworn to before ma this 13th day of July, 100ft. ARVIN W. MYER8. Notary Public, for Van Dureo Co., Mich. Ford of the procecution. "James B. Mc- Namara In on trial for blowing up the Times bulldng. The motve may refer to labor unons, but that la not the Issue Involved." Judge Bordwell ruled again that the question was proper. "It Is hard to answer," replied Mr. Nel son. "I don't think an organisation should be held reaponsllile for the acts of any one lawless man." Court adjourned at 3:U until Friday morning be. aue of the legal holiday tomorrow. REDMEN AVOID POLITICS Adopt By-Laws that Will Stop Lobbying; for Office. PENALTY WILL BE BEJECTION mete Convention of ftaffraslets Re reives ewe of California Voir on Qaeatfon with Or rat Regret. (From a Staff Corres pondent.) DS MOINES. la, Oct. 11-tSpeclaI Telegram.) The grand lodge of the Red Men of Iowa decided today to hold the next meeting In Imvenport. The lodge adopted a number of new bylaws, and one. of these forbids politics of any sort In seeking grand council offices, and In case the candidates do resort to win their offlres this way their candidacy will not be accepted. A man who wishes a grand office must personally announce his candidacy by writing a registered letter to tha great chief sixty days be fore tha annual meeting. Tha candidate cannot write lettar to delegates nor can his friends or tribe ' Indorse his can didacy. The penalty for violation of this law Is the rejection of the man. Knffraalsts Disappointed. The state convention Of women suf frsglsts In Perry today held a memorial session anent the failure to adopt the conatitutlonal amendment providing for woman suffrage in California. The dele gates had confidently expected that they would be Informed of the success fit the fight In California and were much wrought up over the newa. They agreed In atatlng that tha fight would be re newed In California and elsewhere. Tine of Pitchfork Penetrates Brain ABERDEEN, 8. D.. Oct. II. (Special.) Albert Frey. the 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Oett Frey of near Herreld, In Campbell county, met death In an un usual manner. While his parents were trading in Herreld tha buy was engaged with a younger brother and sister In hauling hay from the field. The children finished putting a load of hay on the KaKon and were ready to drive to the barn when tha horses gave a sudden start and A'b'rt was thrown from the seat upon the tines of a pitchfork. One tine of tha fork penetrated his head, piercing the brain. The frightened younger brother and sister removed the fork and tried to restora their brother to conscious ness, but In vain. When the parents re turned home later In tha day they found Albert lying unconscious and the youngor children watching over him. He died in a few hours. Letter to Or. Kilmer Co., inehmtoa. If. T. Frsve Wait Will 0 Far Yes end to Dr. Kilmer Co.. Blngham ton. N. Y.. for sample bottla. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable nformatln t-ll-ing all about tha ktdnsya and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention The Omaha Dally Bee. Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar site bottlee for sale at l drug stores. SNOW STORM RAGING IN SOUTHWESTERN MONTANA POCATE1XO. Idaho, Oct. U South- western Montana Is In tha grip of a ter rific snowstorm that has cut off Butte from communication with the outside world today. Every telegraph and tele phone wire Into Butta has been leveled. Before tha Oregon Short Line wires failed It was reported that over two feet of now had fallen, all street car service was suspended and many power circuits had been put out of commission. All tralna south of Butta are running on de layed schedules. FORMER CONTROLLER GROUT INDICTED BY GRAND JURY NEW YORK. Oct. ll.-Indlctmenta charging misdemeanors In making false reports to tha state Banking department were found by tha grand Jury today against former City Comptroller Edward M. Grout and James T. Ashley, cashier of the suspended Union bank of Brooklyn, of which Orout was president. Both pleaded not guilty and were paroled In the custody of their counsel. Death from Blood Poison was prevented by O. W. Cloyd. Plunk. Mo., who healed his dangerous wound with Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. ARMISTICE IS AGREED UPON (Continued from First Page ) ments. Even doors and windows were removed and tha powder magazines pil laged. The Turks appear to have had enormous supplies of ammunition, guns, rifles and projectiles. Quantities of powder, cart ridges and shells have since been re covered from the looters and the Italians have blown up three large powder maga sines. Looters and escaped prisoners are constantly being recaptured, rilgns of loot are visible on all sides In the Incon gruous attire worn by miserable negroes and the ragged native children, who for the first time In their lives are able to wear boots, feses and tin clothes, from the summer uniforms of the Turkish sol diers. One of the curious sights of the town Is the appearance of Turkish police and soldiers, who have been enrolled In the Italian service, all clad In Turkish uni forms and wearing Turkish arms, accom panying the Italian governor and other officials and aiding the Italian marines to restore order and arrest criminals. Torpedo Bouts Hunk. LONDON. Oct. 10. A dispatch to a London news agency from Pera says the Turkish torpsdo boats Tokat Hamld Abad, Alpagut and Antalla, while returning from the Oran aea, were passed by an Italian squadron near Mytllene October . A smart engagement followed and three of the torpedo boats were severely damaged and sunk. The fourth escaped by hoisting a foreign flag. ROMS tVla Frontier). Oct. 11 A mes sage from Tripoli today says there was great excitement among tha poorer classes of the natives whed steamers loaded with provisions arrived. It was planned to distribute these among the hungry In Tripoli and Captain Cagnl of the Italian landing fores Is devising a plan to make iui Hint the supplies should go to those In the greatest need. The approaching landing of the troops is Impatiently waited. The sailors on shore are beginning to experience ex haustion from being on duty practically night and day. The ministry of public works here Is already preparing a plan to revive the commerce and lnduatry at Tripoli. At the same time the war office Is studying the organisation of the perma nent body of colonial troops which Italy will require when the war Is ended. It is figured that 10.000 men will be needed to garrison Tripoli aid T.000 mora to pro tect Eritrea, the Italian colony on the Red sea. and Somallland. the Italian pro tectorate on the Indian ocean. HasnUrd Karamanll Is now mayor of Tripoli by decree of King Victor Em manuel. , land at Oilmore City, retained It through litigation In connection with the river land rases and retired a few years ago a very prosperous lsnd owner, whose children have taken enviable and Influ ential positions In the community. When he wss M years old he begsn to writs and rompleted a history of England. It waa printed for distribution among his children and friends. Mr. Van Alstlne hsd been a progressive agriculturist and generous with his money in cases of philanthropy that came to hla attention. Clarence laaaett. AUBURN, Neb., Oct. 11. (Special.) The body of Clarence Clagaett, who died at Phoenix, Arli.. last week, was brought to Johnson for burial. Mr. Claggett waa a resident of Johnson for many years. At Johnson he built the Claggett opera house, which still bears his name. For a long time he was considered the wealth iest man In Johnson, and he traveled for a grocery house, giving up the po sition about eight years ago to become manager of tha Overland theater In Ne braxka City. Ha went to Lincoln and en gaged In the wholesale fruit business, but his health failed. C. A. Beeock, STELLA, Ne.. Oct. 11. (Special. Norman Smille has received news of the death of a Bister's husband, at Carmen, Oklahoma: C. A. Bocock. aed M years. Mr. Bocock was born In Pennsylvania. In early life ha came to Illinois, and there In M50 waa married to Miss Harriet Bmllle. They enjoyed sixty-one years of married life, and she. six sons and one daughter survive. Mo. Bocock came to this locality In 187K and has many relatives yet living in this community. Mra. M. M. Birmingham. FORT DODGE. la.. Oct. 11. (Special.) Mrs. M. M. Birmingham of Oowrie, 88 years old. died yesterday and will be burled tomorrow. She Is a pioneer of Webster county, coming here forty years ago wtlh her husband, Major Z. Birming ham, a vetersn of the civil war, with whom sha celebrated their golden wed ding over ten years before his death about ten years ago. John Golf. OSMOND, Neb., Oct. 11. (Speclal.)- John Goff, a prominent farmer and cat tle feeder of this place, died Monday aft ernoon of acute Indigestion. The de ceased waa wall known, having been a resident of this county for about thirty years. The Interment took place at fierce Wednesday, Funeral of S. G. Sheffield. STUROIS. 8. D., Oct. U.-Speclal Tele gram.) Tha funeral of 8. O. Sheffield, a prominent pioneer stockmen of the Black Hills, was held here this sfternoon under the auspices of Olive Branch lodge No. IT, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, and Key City lodge No. 66, Ancient Order of United Workmen. GENERAL STORCH AGAIN I NATIONAL GUARD SECRETARY BUFFALO. N. Y.. Oct 11. At yester day's session of the annus) meeting of the National Guard association. Brigadier General Stuart of Pennsylvania, was elected president. General Charles I. Martin of Kansas and General G. A. Storch of Nebraska were re-elected secre Uiry and tressurer, respectively. Illll Addressee Illinois Bankers. SPRINGFIELD. 111. "rt. 11 -The twcntv-flrst annual convention of the iiiinniii Xanh.n' nxsoclatlnn opened to- Amv th state arsenal with l.flOO bank ers In attendance. An address by James J. Hill, chairman or ine ooaro oi ui- rectors of the Great ortnern rauronu. was a feature of the afternoon program. A Simple Way To Reduce Wrinkles (From The Homa Maker.) Bear In mind that wrinkles, as well as bagglness of cheek or chin, are due to the muscular tissue losing Its strength and shrinking. The skin Is then too large In area to fit such tissue smoothly. It wrinkles or sags. To remedy this condition there's noth ing so effective, so quick-acting, as a simple wash lotion you can easily make st home. Get an ounce of powdered sax ollte at your druggist's, and a half pint witch hazel, mix the two and bathe your face In the liquid. This treatment at once tightens the skin and solidifies the un derlying tissue which of course smooths out the lines and draws in the sagging skin. It also stimulates circulation, bring ing natural color to faded cheeks. Adv. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder cleanses, preserves and beauti fies the teeth, prevents tooth decay and imparts purity and fragrance to the breath. s T K r a sr-v-w ? XT Ml . ; . v Oriental Rug Sale Monday morning, October 16, we begin a sale of oriental rugs at bottom prices. You will be interested in this 'sale be cause of the striking re ductions. Watch for big ad in Sunday Bee. Miller, Stewart 1 & IWnn fn li it tr e ,i Estib'ished 1884 Five Dollars Three Dollars Uave ext.nded the time limit tu Nuvsnibar let w"llea wn" 1 DORWARD, Dentist Vfare Bleea. lath and raraam. Vtioas Douc S74. Tarka Ksnected Relaforcesaente. PARIS, Oct. 11. Communication with Tripoli having been re-established the de trlls of the situation there are pouring In. From today's advicaa It would appear that Munhlr Pasha, tha commander of the Turkish garrison, together with his staff, trusted until the last moment that they would receive relnforcemrnta When they were finally, compelled to retreat before the Italian guns they went so hurriedly that of necessity many supplies were left behind which might have been carried off had they withdrawn earlier. Even now Munhlr says that Constanti nople must have some plan to coma to his aid. Meanwhllf he Is gathering Ms forces In the Ghurlan hills, to which hs retired. He haa at his disposal provisions for six weeks. It seems to be tha Intention of the Turkish commander to resist the Italians aa long as possible. DEATH RECORD John Ksnanael. FREMONT, Neb., Oct. U.-(8pactal.) John Kmanuel, one of the beet known fanners of Pleasant Valley township, ded at his home Sunday, after a long Illness from cancer. He was a native of Germany, M years of age and a resi dent of tills county for over forty years. For forty years he was treasurer of his school district. He served two terms on the county board and took an active part In politics as a democrat. He waa. from boyhood of strong re ligious nature and a devout member of tha Roman Catholic church and hia children have followed his teachings, one son being a student for the pr eat hood and three daughters having taken vows In Catholic sisterhoods. Hs leaves s widow and twelve children. Funeral serv ices will bs held at the Catholis church In Pleasant Valley Thursday morning. Father Moriarty of North Bend, assisted by other priests in this vicinity, will celebrate the mass. He was one of the largest real estate holders In the county. -!! Van AUllne. FORT. DODGE, la., Oct. U.- Special ) elewell Van Alstiue, one of the most Interesting figures In this vicinity among the pioneer settlers of this state, died this morning at his homestead near Oil more City, at tha age of 11. Mr. Van Alstlne won an enviable record during service through the entire civil war, al though he fit quite young. Then ha earns to Iowa with hla large family, bought a quarter section of government FREE! TONIGHT THE FAMOUS Ueno Healing Power X.beumatlo Ort p p lea Mads to Walk Tape Worms JXemovea Asth ma and Catarrh Cured Within a raw Minutes by the Most Wonderful Treatment, of the Age. Wotting z,ika Xt liver Before keen or Heard of. Thousands Alwaya At tend the Healing- and Lectures, Tho stsgs will ba filled with man and woii'en suffering with cnronlc diseases or all forma. See him break crutches, canes and In valid chairs and make the maimed, lame, para lytic and rheumatic walk without tha aid of their crutches and canes, and make the deaf hear. WASHINGTON HALL Harney and 18th 8ts. TONIGHT. Buy Wisely In these days of go many Imi tation and Imperfect diamond! much care should be used In the purchase of a stone. Every dealer In diamonds cannot be trusted, and buyers should not be deceived by "commercially perfect" and "perfect cut," terms which are not employed In describing really rlne diamonds.. When you buy at the Edholm store you are told, In plain terms, the whole story of the dia mond you inspect. You are told the truth and know just what kind of a stone you are getting. Don't Merely Buy f t Invent. ALBERT EDHOLM JEWELER 16th and Harney. W BY FAR THE MOST ECONOMICAL Ml U is the Peninsular M375 It is so designed and constructed that the hot air and smoke, after it leaves the firepqt, is forced downward into the base and through a triple flue system the heat and smoke traveling such a distance that practically every heat unit is extracted before it passes up the chimney. Through this heated bas are cold air flues which keep up a constant circula tion by taking the cold air off the floor, heating it and expelling it at the top. This Base Burner ....d Is a handsomely proportioned stove and neater. it has extra large radiating surface in the batre, many new features new fiuts. Klvinit double licetlna CHDsotty. . All Joints are around inrkpil n.i bolted. Has handsome silver nickel trimmings all over It. and patent swinging top cover price , TERMS Stove Taken In Excunge powerf u' -ft a- jk t Rcllablo Dentistry AT W) Tad's Dental Rooms ORCHARD & WILHELM FURNITURE THE substantial kind with character, stability, and high qualities. These attractive pieces were made to give satisfaction and are priced in a way that will make it an added inducement to buy. PI ROCKER or ARLI CHAIR (Like Illustration.) Solid mahogany, full post front and bark, box frame con struction, seat fitted with loose cushion, covered In high grade green Panne Velour. Large full site. Rocker or Chair, value $18.00; your choice, $12.50 j LIBRARY TABLE (Like Illustration.) This Is a high grade, selected quarter sawed golden oak table of excellent colonial pattern, heavy scrolls, pattern shelf. Top Is 30 Inches wide by 4 8 inches long. Contains one Urge drawer. Value 928.00; special $10.75 (The Home of the Ostermoor Mattress, $15.00.) Next Monday morning. October 16th, we place oa special sale all carpets, rugs and mattings used the night of the Ball at the Den. Big bargains. to a JNL arSaA CREDIT K3 "TEItMS GIVE jjJ,OSrlT SOLID OAK TABLE rENINSUk.M OAK HEATkft A handsomelv it. signed heater, full or fumed nfcki.1 trimmArl- m o a t durable.'1- WJto ! H firebox. paten-UC anw center frate, screw raft register, air tight, swing top, absolute y guaranteed t n every particu ice A massive Table. 6 ft. length, heavy base and legs of artistic design, made of (ren-f. nine solid oak. fin- l Ivhed Early English '9.85 v DRESSER C- . Cvt finish. Prli f 58.85 lar. Prl only $5.95 Dining Chairs Made of aolld quarter aawed oak; seat up h o I s t e red in genuine lea ther $1.95 Handsomely designed dreser, three largo drawers, heavy bevel mirror, golden or m a h osrany Fries SPECIAL ROCKER A handsome rocker, a r a r bar fc a 1 n ; In golden oak o r mahog a n y finish, a large, roomy rock er; very , comfortable, at this sale. Solid Oak Buffet m .t w Vm H Erly Engu.h rm- H WU. 5l A IM 1 h. lattice work EglRt'i2d loors. lined drawers, FtjLPi -'nm genuine solid oak. 6M ..,..$19.75 t 1Q.75- v. tsrw S1R.7S AJ I I " " Solid Oak China Closet To match buffet. Early English finish. artistic lat tice work doors SI .98 ,IMsnnnWnnnWBllnnn a ii .isnnsniimsnwsaean n n n i.mi ,--i.n m n tin a m.s n J 1 "ipwi,iih , .iiihh.ih.iii i. iiiiiiiiii i iniaiiwsmnttKMi mm mia.sm THE GREAT MAJESTIC Jou should call at our store this k and see this great range In operation. Tempting b 1 a o u 1 1 s baked in three minutes and served free with prime coffee to all vis itors. First Joint of stove pipe made of common wrapping paper," thus proving that we use the heat in the oven and not up the chlm- " ney. During this week each pur chaser of a Majestic will re ceive a fine Set of Kitchen Ware FREE This ware Is worth $8.00 and can only be obtained by placing your order this week. You don't have to take the range at once, simply make a small payment and the range and ware wll be de livered when you are ready. If you are tired of the ranges made of Cheap Bessemer Steel, that rust out in three or four years, come In and see one made of GKXIINF. CHARCOAL IRON that will last three times as long and that has puttied Joints to open up and leak air and ashes. We sell for cash or easy payments. JOHN HUSSIE 2407-O9 Cuming Street. HARDWARE CO. "If you buy It of Hussie It's right." 1 A SAFE PLAN Nona safer. Rent a box In our great Sate Deposit Vaulta and place your Jewels, bonds and private papers there when not needed. fiucfa articles kept In your home become known ana are a constaat menace to your family. Call and aea our Safety fctoxee 'OMAHA SAFE DEPOSIT & TRUST CO. Street Level ratraare to TaalU. 1611 FaraaJn Street This Week's Specials For this week only we offer in" Bottled In Bond Whiskies. Old Log Cabin Bourbon per qt. ...05a Golden Raveu per quart. fJOe C. Schlank & Company 1307 Dougaa St.