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THE BEE; OMAHA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 19.1911.
A Distinguished Shoe Shop
DUtinguisliod because of fa
cial features not found elbewliere.
Every phoe is marked with
plain price figures.
The size is indelibly marked on
Expert salespeople to help you
to decide npon the correct phoe.
The largest space devoted ex
clusively to women's, boys' and
girls' shoes in Omaha.
The very finest shoes at reason
These features nre making this
shoe shop the most quoted among
Omaha's discerning women.
By a special process the sole and top
of these hose uro woven of lisle, af
fording the Ion wearing qualities of
lisle and the luxury of sill; at the
price of good lltle.
Tiff YDBM PTTfiT
Tbls Is the murk
dlecnased B. and T.
special, very neatly
effecting that covet
ed short looking ap
smartly dr steed
woman demand this
aason. Cornea In
doll calf, tan ealf
and patent leather,
clues 2 to 7.
It's the biggest
value we have ever
offered In stylish
P I 9i s m lira -s.
1518-1520 FARNAM S TEE ST
ENGAGE THE ARMY
(" untlnutj from Klifct Pac.)
' ually .chenping, the loyalist! and rebel
bamJ holding it alternately.
BHfrn joo end 9U0 revolution! ere
reported killed or wounded In today's en
gsgement. Tlie Imperial l0!ea were
Mueller. Ili-bel re Infos a. mi-Ms wno weru
eroseJng the river to support the fight,
ins line encountered a amart ro)allst fire
and were dlaorganlied. The rebels com
plain that their leadership waa feeble.
A German sailor was hit by a stray
bullet, but not eerlously wounded. Bo
far a known this was the only Injury
sustained among the foreigners. Three
Imperial mildlt-rs were waylaid by an un
armed i nob and stoned to death.
Another tralnload of aorthera troops ar
rived here tonight.
Krporl (rout tuuaul General Greene,
fH.Kl.NG. Oct. W. -American Coueul
Oeueral Urrene telex lepueil tixiay Horn
iianKOw us follows;
"firing between the rebeU and Iroper
ielieta aided by the ship begaa at 7:10
ocik this morning near the river auJ
the i all ay eiaiiua."
'the railway siauou la on the north
bank ut the umu rive, west ui Hankow.
Chinese ollicaus repot t lual neguua
lloos are proeeeulng between AUinual
bah Chen fing and Uenerai Li Yuan
lleng. the i evolutionary commander at
Jtankow. though tne nature of the Dago
liatluns la not divulged.
It Is stated that Urn object of the revo
lutionary expedition up the Han river last
.evening wee' to attempt the capture t(
I general Chang 1'lao s camp near the Uei
gtan uuncesaioii through an attack In the
Joint .atnl Farce,
WASlUMiTON. Oct. 1S.-1 here is no
joint laieicalional lurce acting as a unit
in China, tu the view of Hie tate Ua
paiimeul. s-acn of tne naval tomiuaud
11 la euppoaed to be acting uuder in
etructiona ironi hi own govei nmenu eon.
Mivjueuily the ituestton of seniority ot
L.a.ai vuramendcra and light tu direct the
luici national operations has uol beau
iMWuiit to an iasua.
tOMn.lt ATIONS A KB mOHAULB
Charge at Fabian that Japan laeltad
TOKIO. Oct IS. Despite the assurances
given both by the Chinees government
and the revolutionary leaders In the oen
trsl Chlneaa provinces thut the lights of
forelgnvra will be respected, offlclule here
regard the situation as likely to develop
phases alarming to outside nations.
Tbs maintenance of a scrupulous Im
partiality will be very difficult at times
snd It Is certain that any simpleton of
Interference on the part of the foreign-
Kidney Trouble Overcome
By The Great Treatment.
I have been a sufferer for years with
kidney and bladder trouble and took al
most everything a drug etore contained,
without obtaining any benefit
I suffered ao that I became utterly
discouraged. e I could not sleep, was
a) way a eiasy and had a headache ell the
time. I aaw -ne cf your adverttsemenu
and as a laat resort, decided to try your
fcwamp-roet. I am now taking the
third bottle and feel like a new woman,
sleep well and have no pains whatever.
I strongly u Iviae all aufferera to take
the only real cure for kidney and blad
der trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Bwemp-Root
was a Cod-sand to ma.
You may publish this letter If you
ih ao that It may be the means of
bringing twin poor aufterere back to
MRS. MART O PON NELL.
utsr!b3d tr.J swern ts fcsfare me
this July ltth. not.
Ctiaii.y Allen. Notary Public,
In uuJ for Fremont Co., Wyo.
Or. Stilmar t Co.,
ainrkemtua, X, Y.
r w w w i mm
br.d to Dr. Kilmer Co.. Bingham
ton. N. T.. for. sample bottle- It will
convince anyone. You will also revive
a bookUt f valuable Informal le i t...
i g ail about the kiJneys and bladder.
Ui.en writing, be aura and menUu.i r..e
Omaha Dally Bee. Uegular flfty.c.m
and one-dollar size oottlos for aaa u,
. 1 druK alurce.
He's Coming Here
ct-n would arouse tremendous indignation
among the Chinese.
some feeling as sine t Japan has already
been noted at Peking where Chinenn mer
chants snd financiers have freely aa-tn-ted
that Japan incited the revolution
In order to create Prints which would
prevent the Amertoen-Euiopean loan.
la revolutionary circle, on the other
hand, reports are being circulated that
Japnn Is extending aid to the lmterial
government and this ImpreeMliyn has al
ready created an untagonlsm against
Japan in tho south and Is said to have re
sulted In the beginning of a Japanese
boycott In Kouth China.
HUH another Chinese rumor which I
likely to cause troublo for Americans Is
that tha United States encouraged the
revolution by Its Insistence on the rail
Kvery Indication, official or otherwise,
points to the determination of Japan to
remain absolutely neutral. It Is declared
In official circles that the Peking govern
ment made advances to Toklo with a
view to securing assistance against the
But Japan replied explicitly that it
would not Interfere aa long as its Inter
ests were not attacked. The revolution
ists have been notified, however, that the
iron works at Hang Tang, which are un
der Japanese ownership, are to be re
garded as a Japanese Interest.
Dispatches from Manchuria seemed to
indicate that the province has thus far
shown no signs of uprisings. The utmost
caution Is being exercvleed, however, by
officials from Mukdnn northward.
GOVERNOR DENIES THAT HE
PAROLED FRED 0SSENK0P
(From a Bteff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Nab, Oet. Ufijpeclal.)
Governor Aldrch denlee emphatically
that he paroled Fred Ossenkop of Cass
county asserting thst under the now en
actment all paroles are now granted by
the new state prloon board which la in
reality the advieory board ef pardons
composed of C O. Msggi of Unooln,
John O. Yelsar of Omaha, and Dr. J. t.
Butler of Superior. The board Is given
the parole power while the governor etlli
reserves his constitutional right to Isaue
Oaaenkop killed a neighbor named
Byrnes and was sentenced to ten years
in the state penitentiary on the charge
ot manslaughter. Cpnslderable protest
It Is said comes from Eagle where Oasen.
kop lives and where he haa gone elnca
being released. Governor Aldrtoh de
clares that he does not blame the people
of Eagle for kloklog, that they have a
kick coming because of the paroling of
this man among them.
GAME WARDEN HUNTS FOR
MEN WHO SHOT DEER
(Trore a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Oet. 11 (gpeolal.)
Chief Deputy Game Warden Miller la on
a eulet huat fir several men who shot a
deer near Wahoo and whe afterward had
their pictures tskaa with the cereeee ef
the animal banging from a tree. Warden
Miller whose home Is at Wahoe heard
of the killing of the animal and ie after
the men In the hope ef finding eomeone
oa whom te place the fine ef from 1M0
to tm Mr. Miller haa the photograph
of the raeo and their game In his poeeae.
It has been established beyond reason
able question according to the game
warden, that the animal waa chased eight
miles from Colon to Wahoo by two Kte-
fere. Pally Alfred. Larson Andrews, aud
a man named Button.
IN GERMAN CELEBRATION.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. U.-(Bpeclal
The first of two days Oerman celebra
tion was held today, the elty being fllle.t
with visitors from all of the prominent
Oerman communities of the state. Hav
ers) bands came In during the day with
the Germane and the big flower parade
was held at t o'clock this afternoon.
ARBITRATORS BEGIN LABORS
De Uoiaea Street Car Trouble Now
in Their Hands.
AJTTI-SALOOSISTS ARE CONFIDENT
Ilea Moines Faeltoa Preparing
Am element riarea te aballtate
for Sal na ..J. R. Dobblna
Mnat aerie Term.
(from a Ptaff Correspondent
DES MOINES. la.. Oct. !. Hpclal
Telegram. The practical application of
the principle tf arbitration to settle s
controversy between the street car com
pany and Its employes wss Inaugurated
today when the recently organised arbi
tration board began Its sittings. Ths
board first took up the case of Roberts,
the motnrmen who was accused of amok
Ing while on duty. The board rules that
he compsny must present Its side of
he rase first and affirmatively how
why It had discharged the men, thus
giving an sdvantage to the workmen.
The three cases are to be taken up sep
In tha course fif the hearing today It
developed the company had not Issued
new book of rules for twenty-one
years, but had changed rules by filing
So confident sre the members of the
citizen association that they will win
win their case In district court agalnM
the saloon petition and scurs the closing
of every eoloon In the city that they have
already begun the preparations for open
Ir.g amusement places In the city to tske
the place of saloons for the men who
have no other place to go.
Dobblna Mnat Urn Term.
Taking people s money awsy from them
on a "fixed race" la ths same as arand
larceny, according to the finding of the
supreme court In a decision handed down
today, affirming the cai e of the state
against John It. Dobbins.
Dobbins wsii a lieutenant 'of J. C. Ma
bray, lie was convicted at Council tsluffs
on a charge of grand larceny. He was
scone ed of having beaten T. W. Dallaw,
ot Princeton, Mo., out of $30,000 on a
"fixed" horse race ataged at Council
Bluffs by the Mabray crew. Us w-as
sentenoed to an indeterminate term of
five years In the penitentiary and has
been at liberty on bonds awaiting the
result of ths appeal.
English Must Act
or Ouster Follows
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. ls.-tpeclal Tele
gram.) In an open letter Issued early this
evening, Governor Aldrtch writes to
James P. English, county attorney ol
Douglas county, that he had better get
busy as a police officer and perform hU
duties or suffor at the executive hand,
ender the provisions of the fiackctt law.
A ghoottnfr Scrape
with both parties wounded, demands
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Heals wounds,
sores, burns or Injuries. Be. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
KomacavTi or ocsajt txaksm.
KKW YORK Niagara
NAPLES p. HI Pimoaia
DUNKIRK Al antra
NSW YORK sauastle letterdssi.
K. P. Cecilia,
. . Arrftdace.
.. Aim ood a
It la 'the, duty o! every expectant
mother to oreoar hep avstom far tVi
coming of her little one ; to avoid aa
far M possible the ettfierioe; ot such
m-vMiuBi, . uu cnueavor io past
through the crisis with her health
and strength nuiaa paired. This she
may do through the use of Mother's
Friend, a remedy that has been so
long in use, and accomplished ao
much good, that it is in so sense an
experiment, but a preparation which
always produces the best results. It
is for extras: application and ao pen
etrating in its nature as to thoroughly
lubricate every muscle, serve and ten
don involved during the period before
baby comes. It aids nature by ex
panding the ahia and tissues, relieves
tenderness and soreness, and perfectly
prepares the system for nstural and
aafe motherhood. Mother's Friend
has been used and endorsed by thou
sands of mothers, and its use will
prove a comfort and a benefit to any
woman in seed ot such a remedy.
5JS? S II0THEI15
tains much valuable Information.
UUZI-ZIDKCCVUTOX COL. Adi. Ca,
LIGHTHOUSE TENDER LILLY
SINKS AT WELLINGTON M0.
KANSAS C1TT. lie,, Oct. ls.-lrtklng
a submerged etiunp la the Missouri river
near Wellington, Me., thirty tulles below
this city, early this morning the gov
erunieat lighthouse tender Lily eteve a
huge hole la lu side and sank. The deck
remained sis Inehes above wstsr. No
Uvea were lost. It probably will be
floated asaln. The boat was In oherge
of Captain W. C. bagoe. It had been up
the AliouH three weeks placing tbaauej
I T tTaiai-, MOrgL, OR gLSCWMtat
! Get te
Original and Genuine
UCM MIUL HALT CIAIS tTrtACT. Ol PCWOfl
iV aa eai w -
tint in nnv MiHf I V,e
r Insist on 4IIORLICKS,
ae e package Soeae
coi.iis i ai. sk ut: ad tent:.
Laxative Bronx Quinine, the world till
ia ana gnp remray I
fur full nam. Lca fur signature C
FRIDAY, OCT. 20TII
An event of kveneat int'rn 0 aj(
economically lnclmeu buyera. Tre
mendoua bargain cfforluaa ti fi 1 1 y
every atock. Manufacturers' rurtlus
hloika and tMtniple luiau of H(U,
ahla meixhandlae at a email fraction
TAFT WILL EXTEND HIS TRIP
(Continued from First rage )
Keiao and a apere engine was rushed to
Uaitig te many lequests from atops
alona the way the presidential train al
re;ily waa running sn hour Isle, the dflsy
getting s new engine resulted in the loss
of another half hour, and efforts are be
ing made today to catch up with the
schedule before reselling Salt Lake City.
wnera the train Is dus at 1.10 p. m. Gov
ernor ripry and Senator Rmoot of t'tah
and Colonel I. C. Jackllng of Salt Lake
City will accompany the preeldent
through I" (ah today. Special a to pa have
been scheduled at Ogden. Logan and one
or two other points.
lira, Allr I. Rrwylen.
GENEVA, Neb., Oct. l.-(8pclal.)
Mrs. Alice I. Brsyton, one of the best
known women In the state, died at her
home here last night. Mrs. Brsyton was
for many years an enthusiastic worker
In the state and local equal suffrage
Remove First Sign
of Old Age.
"The infallible first algn of age In
the sagging jheek muaclee," saye Mmo.
Llna avatlerl, ahone fame aa a beauty
culturiat la carcely outahown by that
gained before the footlights. "Theee
are more difficult and ssrloua to treat
than wrinkles, ' she continues. "The
sagging muscles Indicate that they have
grown too weak to remain In place; they
must be aaaiatsd, strengthsnsd.
The best way to strengths!! and hard
en them Is by using a wash lotion made,
by dlSMOlving An Ounce of powdered aax
ollte In a hair pint of witch hasel. This
rreales a freer circulation to the af
fected parts. :ealdea causing muscle and
fkln to contract. Baxollte, procurable
at every drug atore, has long been
known by complexion specialists to pos
sess remarkable properties, valuable In
treating not jnly flabby tissue, but all
wrinkles and furrows. Adv.
cleanses, preserves and beau
tifies the teeth and imparts
purity and fragrance to the
breath. Mothers should teach
the little ones its daily use.
Do You Know Year Dealer?
When you go to
buy a diamond do
you know your
rou , are certain
hat he Is honest
and truthful and
haa a reputation
for fair dealing.
Hut do you know
that he has a repu
tation for being a
good merchant In
the aenae that he
stands his bual
neaa? That la aa
In diamond buying.
If you are dealing
with a man who
knowa but little
more about theee
than you do. you
are very likely to
be the loser, not
tj ot the dealer, yet
w through hla fault
ae a poor bualneaa man. The Ed
holm atore understands the diamond
Don't Merely ay Invest.
Sixteenth and Xarnsy. .
Onr of f ftr tnr
i in Bottlfld in
( Bond Kentucky
V Whiskey, is C.
it dar Brook, Full
Full auarts. 90a
P Cnklnnl 0.
1307 Doughs St.
There ere but ftv people who have
them, uood teeth everyone might have
if they would go to Dr. Bradbury. The
quickest, esslsst and least painful are
the only .nethods employed by ue and
hundreds of our pstisnts, both In and
tut of the city will gladJ) tell you about
the good dental work and our up-to-date
aaya of doing thtnga. Crowns end bridge
work from 13.00 par tooth. Plate, that
lit from 14.00 to til 89. Painless extrao
tloe el teeth. Nerva ei testa removed
without hurting yeu. Work werraated
D&. BRADBURY, The Dentist
If Teare Same ijooettoa,
sS raeuemJM gfcoae B. lrso.
Sooth End 1 Gih St.
GENUINE SOLID OAK
lie's Cominfl Here
This offering cer
tainly oucht to ron.
vlnce you that you
can make' your dol
MORE at the Ituhel
store than at anv
ine Institution i. n
e rlalm iwint.
tt-1.. 1L.. '
wojr inai our val
ues can't be equalled
mar be ai-
la "a nf
mlrmr. Tt Is
of bst Ta-
(rlbed n a
Saturday Night, October 21st
K m n? F'mw
ijy IM ii - is LfEr :
, - ' J
r"! fer BlgDreVeaoa thUvkl i
sad iv ai
Other Big Dresser Values on aale this
at 811.75. $14.05. $18.75
$24.75. AH Splendid Bargains.
Iginr nrT-nnri i
Solid oak. rich fumed
Early English finish, two
at top. Spe
Genuine solid oak, fumed
golden or Early English,
lined drawer for silverware,
High grade dressers,
quarter sawed oak
A powerful double
heater; best floor
warmer oa the mar
ket, self feeder, du
plex grate, new sys
tem ventiduct heat
ing flues, giving dou
ble headng capacity,
handsome fres n "I C
trlmminge. wJ1 w
Tew OM aeove take a
A thoroughly well
made table, genuine
no uu s
Body of heavy ateel
plate, rlvlted together
like a steam boiler, six
large holes, sectional
top, large square oven,
duplex grate for ceal or
wood, tea pot shelvee.
high warming cloaet and
other features; elegant
j j-4sgn!mfl5igg bbv' is
Tho Wonaforful Turk
Seat Sale Now On.
PRICES: 50c to $2.00.
Openlnc Night Wednesday, Oct. 18 til.
Musio tf Green's Band.
Elegant floor and bast skates tlurt
money can buy.
Doors Open Promptly at 7:30.
'Admission. 10c; 6katea, 20c.
Throe Days Commencing
Thursday, October 19.
WKXTVEY OFZBA CO. la
"The Chocolate Soldier"
Company of 100 Orchestra ef 95.
eats Wow Selling.
liuraDiiity oi Mason
Marvel of the IIu- C
Til 1 ft-i 11)1
If yon were to eater any untie store la tho United States
snd ask what piano has ths best tonal qualities qualities thst
are sweetest sad last ths longest ths person to whom yon
put the question would reply. "Ths Mason ft Hamlin." This
instrument baa no equal, and you cannot appreciate tho state
ment made hero until you have seen, heard sad played ths
Mason. Hamlin. Then It yon appreciate aaueic, you win at
ones understand tho "differences'" thst assure Mason A Ham.
You are invited to hoar ths Mason Hamlin at thlg store.
Whoa yon wish to purchase, oir easy payment plan will
enable you to become an owner ot thla marrolous piano within
a short time.
A. HOSPE COMPANY
151S.151S DOUGLAS STBET. OMAHA.
Branch Store, 467 Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa,
Western representatives for Msson & Hamlin, Kranlch ft Bach
Bush ft Lane, Cable-Nelson. Pry or ft Co.. Kremlin ft Son,
Hallet-Davls and Hospo Pianos.
0ST -HighGrade Furs
11 EXPERT REMODELING
nil Corner &Otn and Fanaaaa. TelephoiM Douglas a 040.
Igatlaee Today, Si30. STlgbt, SiSQ
est Beate SO Cents.
AV vrmtTM and bis aunoa of showr
Chow g-lrla who show. A Keal Bot
sue show.. Satra Full returns of
the World a eerlea base ball games
will be read from the stage.
Tonight Mate. Tues., Thors. Sat.
Prlois lOe and S6e
1CI8S bva xutsro aad the
WOODWABO STOCK COMFAJfT
la tbb tbcbxs or UV1
in arrxijB or thh oons
Mat. Svary Iay SilS avery Might S:1S,
"bcrooge"; The Lorch Family; Bedini
and Arthur; Horace Wrigbt and Kene
pletrlch; Patsy toyle; Abbott A Whites
Marseilles; kUnetoecope; Orpheum Con
cert Orchestra. Prices. Night lOo, 3 bo.
toe, T5c; Matinee 10c. best seats 2to,
except Saturday and siunday.
Tonight, See, SOe and 7 So.
Saturday Mat Any Beat SS Cents.
itew on-oa awp wmw mpsio
DKDAY-MX WAT UIUKA.
k)majias rum cixni"
Dally agat, IS-tS-fiOe
eeond Oa te the lisnd Shew.
TiiE laafc:v uilie:s
BXTKATAOAKSA AMD TAWDTI1A
Aa elean and sweet aa Its title UnpUea
Little Charlie Howard. "Ulutch" Cooper
anJ Grtit &!13. Chorus nt I.llv Buda
baalee' ZMae Statlaee Xvery Wees Day.
Our Illustrated catalog of diamonds,
watches, chins, cut glass and Jewelry.
Either mall your request for one or
call in person. We would be pleased
to have a visit from you.
RYAH JEWELRY CO.
15th end Donglao Bta
Uina t ua.
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