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niK tftfE: OMAHA. SATUllDAV. OrTOHER 2h Mil.
Inside Tailoring That Is Different
Most any suit of clothoa can
bo raado to look well from the
outside, fit first but it's tlio
inside tailoring that decides tho
life of tho suit.
Sampeck clothes arc care
fully and painstakingly built,
from the cutting of the cloth to
the last Ftitch and button, not
a detail but receives the samo
The expert molding of the
shoulders tho . special hair
cloth lining in front, which
never breaks the snug, hug
ging fit of tho collar all aro
the vital points which mako
Sampeck clothes fit and stay
; $18 to $35 !
These big, roomy Rarapeck
overcoats need but n single
try-on to settle tho overcoat
question for yon.
They're rough, hairy browns, grays and blues thai
almost make you wish for tho coldest days to come
SIS to $35
WAYS TO PREYENT FIRES
Iowa State Association Conrencs at
EQUAL SUFFRAGISTS MEETING
11 wri rrrVfl--v
I 1 sT m-, - .- - ,nn
1618-1520 FAENAM STREET
hi city neighbor Is not doing enough.
, What ws havs got to do Is to co-operate.
We all ought to ktnp this end tn view
and work that all may be educated for
Relative to the suggestion of the land
allows taking people away from Ne
braska, Pr. t'ondra expressed the opin
ion that no one has any reason for feel
ing anxiety on this score, adding that
"If our home folk go west, when they
come bark they will all come this way."
DAWSON SCHOOL LANDS
PUT AT LOWER FIGURE
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
. LINCOLN, Oct. 20. ( Special. ) As mem
bers of the State Hoard of Educational
Lands and Hulldlnss Ptata Treasurer
George and lnd Commissioner Cowles
have redured the appraisement on school
lands In liawson county. The land was
originally appraised by the county com
missioners for leasing purposes as high
s $T0 per acre, which would mean each
year a return of 3 an acre for rental.
As this was higher than rental returns
In adjoining counties the bonrd ordered
the reduction under the ballrf that S3
would be sufficiently high for many older
counties of the state, where land Is a
great deal higher. '
JUDGE DUNGAN REFUSES
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
L1N(X)LN, Oct. KO. (BKCI.)-Judge II
P. Dungsn of Hatting, at present Judge
f tht Tenth Judicial district and a candi
date on the democratic and populist tick
ets to succeed himself, hue Informed Beo
retary of hUte Walt that he does not
detlre to have the prohibition nomina
tion which was given to him on account
of having received a half dosen ovtea on
that ticket alt lie August primaries.
' Judge Dungan avera In his letter of
derllnstlon that he la alreudy the candi
dal of two parties and that In hla esti
mation Is about all upon which he cares
to make tiie race.
WEBSTER CITY BOOTLEGGER
JAILED FORNIX MONTHS
WEBSTER CITT, la.. Oct. .-(J?pe-elal.)
J. W. Garwtn of tttratford. Indicted
for bootlegging, pleaded guilty In the dis
trict court here before Judge Albrook and
was fined ). lie Is unable to pay the
fin and will spend sis months tit jail.
-in case against ' William Ureen,
charged with assault with Intent to mur
der Owen I'Ulon, has been continued over
unUI nest term. . O., W. .Meyers of low
Falls, the only eye witness to the as
suit and the state's star witness. Is In
lletey hospital, Iea Moines, suffering
with a broken Jaw. II sustained -this In-
Jury In a brawl with a negro and the lat
ter; threw a brick at him.
SPEAKS FOR NEBRASKA AT THE
Ksenatlv Comssltfe fa rssloa
Lay Fleas to Carry l.ea-lslattoa
for Amendment Oppose
(From a Staff Correspondent)
DBS MOINK8, la.. Oct. .-(Special
Telegram.) Tho Iowa fire prevention as
soclation opened Its session here today.
Town Inspections br committees In each
of the eleven congressional districts of
the stste. co-operation between the com
mittees and local authorities and In
spections by paid fir departments were
recommended as measures for better fire
prevention by President J. D. Carpen
ter. Among the other speakers were Statu
Fir Marshal Roe and T. It. Weddrll
of Chicago, secretory of the publicity
and educational bureau of the national
fir underwriters' association, and Gov
ernor B. F. Carroll.
Saffrsvce Kzecatlres Meet.
Th Iowa equsl suffrage executive
commltte met today and organised for
the campaign of next year to carry the
legislature for an amendment to the
constitution. Rev. Mary afford, the
newly elected president, was selected to
manage the campaign and she will de
vote herself entirely to the work.
Th city council of IH-s Moines today
turned down a proposal to establinh for
th city a central purchasing agency.
The plan was to establish a bureau
through which all purchases for the city
should be mad and a record be kept.
Only two of the members favored the
, fe-v . .' '
N - 1
. .. .
Grlanell Pioneer BO Years Old.
GR1NNELL. la., Oct. 20.-(Hpeclal.)-Chlldren
and grandchildren are gathered
here today to celebrate the ninetieth birth
day of Squire Miles Chaffee, lie was
born In Hprlngvllle, N. T., but came to
Orlnneli with hla Invalid wife In Decem
ber, lfMft. II has been elected Justice of
th peso for twenty-eight consecutive
years, township clerk for the same time,
overseer of th poor seventeen years, city
treasurer six years, county coroner five
years, deacon In the Congregational
church twenty-four years and In all these
cases has never sought the office. Mr.
and Mrs. Chaffe will celebrate their sixty-fourth
wedding anniversary on Tues
day, October 24.
Form the habit of
watching our window
displays it" 8 a paying
R. S. WILCOX,
It's an easy matter to get the right
suit or overcoat this year -
Tho man who haa his mind set on some particular style of Suit or Overcoat will do well to
visit this store. More new styles ready here now than can be seen in any other store in this city
so we arc told by those who have already investigated. This is the place to study tho new
styles, the new fabrics, new colorings, and as you study and make comparison you will find
that in workmanship and fair pricing our garments are very hard indeed to equal.
Men's Suits $15 to $W Overcoats 515 to $50
Young Men's Suits $15 to $30
There are many reasons why you should buy your
, hoys suit or overcoat at this store
The most Important ones are tho following:
We show the moBt comploto line of children's Suits and Overcoats in the city.
We use the best woolens obtainable Jn the making of these garments. They
are all made In our own New York work shopB, and bear the B. K. & Co. label,
which is the strongest sort of guarantee against Inferior merchandise. BriRht,
cheerful show rooms on second floor will you visit us?
Prices range from $5.00 to 15.00.
Our Splendid Showing of Misses Nannish Apparel
Those Man Tailored coats for Misses are sure causing a grent deal of com
ment among the young ladles of this city. They are so diffwent, the superior tail
oring is seen at a glance. Sizes from 12 to 18. Prices" from $10 o $25.
Misses' Sweaters in some very charming style?, $ i.OO to $10.00.
Ladles' Skirts They are neat and practical, and as popular as can be, $2.00
Browning, King & Co.
NKW YORK. Oct. 20. -A preliminary
Injunction restraining Postmaster Oencral
Hitchcock from sending th Tlevlew of
Reviews by freight, whllo other mnga
sines are being sent out by fust passen
ger mail and express, was asked today by
J. I. Cotton, on behalf of th Review of
Iteviewa. Th Vnitcd States court re
served decision. District Attorney Wise
opposed the motion and denied th peti
tioners' Insinuations that th postmaster
general waa actuated by personal mo
tives In putting The Outlook, of which
Theodore Roosevelt Is an editor, on th
All you need Is a boy and t&.flo to take
advantage of our Saturday sal of boys
suits. A knife free with each suit, too.
Benson Thorn Co.
New Hcleatlflo AaslstaaU.
. WASmNOTOM, Oct. to. (Special Tel
egram.) On th recommendation of Rep
resentative, lr. K A. Hheafer was ap
pointed pension surgeon at Ottawa, vice
Vr. P. A. liaforce, resigned. Nellie B.
Scott and Venn W. Pool, both of Lin
coln. Neb., har been appointed scientific
aselstnnts In th Agricultural department.
Only On BHOMO Ht'lKINR
That la laxative Rromo Quinine. !ok for
th slgnauir of K. W. Urov. I'aod th
world .iver to nire a mill In unit rtsv Sho
Men and Women
If ym ar either. Intellectual or sincere
I WANT TO TALK TO YOU.
.; Preacher are not necessarily alike- no more than
Coats, Ilats or People. I am a different kind used to
be a stenographer here in Omaha.
I am advertising my goods they are
Integrity of thought
Honesty of purpooo
Humility in sorvico
You need such goods mine or another'. Knowl
edge of God is the one path toward Mental Freedom.
At 27th and Fort Street
There is an Honest Church
0. P. NETHEHLY. Pastor.
Grccc United Evangelical Church
Sunday Cervioes 11 A. II 3 P. IX
Ely's Funeral Will
s Be Held Sunday in
MACON. Oct. 20.-The body of
Eugene Ely, who was killed by a fall
with his Aeroplane at the state- fair
grounds tier yesterday afternoon, was
sent to Davenport, Iowa, today. '
Th cause of the accident has hot been
ascertained. There was no wind. The
machine waa In perfect condition - when
Ely left th ground with It as. he had
only a little whllo before risen to a
height of 3.100 feet. "
uavkntoht, la.. Oct. JO, vlans for
th funeral, of -Eugene Ely, the aviator
killed at Macon, Oa.. yesterday, will not
be made until his wife arrive here from
New York; N.' V. Ely, the aviator's
rather, leaves for Chicago today. Mrs.
Ely will meet th body there Saturday
morning, th party arriving here Satur
day afternoon. It Is expected that the
funeral will be held her Sunday.
(Continued from First Page.)
Omaha people never saw finer collec
tion of Juvenile suits and overcoats than
w ar showing right now. Trices mod
est, too, Rensort Thorn Co.
(Continued irom Pag One.)
ago. I never saw him In Washington ex
cept from th gallery of th senate."
, "lld you have any, difference with
Hlnea over any amount you were to re
ceive for distributing $100,000 in connec
tion with the election?"
"I lines claimed, did he not. that h was
responsible for th election of Benator
Stephenson T" asked Senator 1'oincrene. .
"II never said su to me."
IU Net Talk t lltaes.
"Did not you ever talk to nines as to
th senator' election?"
"Not before hla election."
"Have you any stock In any of th
"How long have had It?"
"For more than a year."
Cook testified lie had endeavored to In
due Shields to tell all he knew about
Stephenson's election and Shields had
promised to call on him, but Shields
denied he had ever been Invited to tail
When Shields left th stand h was
told to remain attendance for possible
further questioning. -
811a A. Towee. on of three demo
cratto assemblymen 'who- absented thein
elve when Stepheason was sleeted, was
called. When he declared he could not
remember In detail what h' did after
he left ' th session. Senator Heyburn
subjected -him to Severe questioning.
"Do you mean to say that you regarded
th election of a senator a such a trifl
ing matter that what you did at th
Una was not worth remembering? When
th suggestion of bribery waa connected
with your being absent, did not you try
to recall what you did In order to de
fend yourself r
Town declared h did not consider
th bribery charge a worthy of de
nial. It will be examined further tomorrow.
threatens to upset th money market
and lead to a dangerous panic.
Insnrareats Cat Wires.
SHANGHAI, China, Oct. 20-The fol
lowing message from Vic Admiral Wins-
low, the senior British naval- official at
Hankow, sent by wireless from a British
vessel off Hankow, was received here
All telegraph lines to Shanghai and
to Peking were destroyed last night for
a distance of a mil beyond the settle
ment." ' Another wireless message dispatched
from Hankow at noon today and re
transmitted over th land lines at Klu
Klang, received at 4 o'clock, says that
the government troops retreated up Sev
enty-Mile creek, while th Chines war
ships withdrew down the river out of
sight. The revolutionaries claim a great
, Still another message says th revolu
tionists at Hankow claim a great victory
over the Imperialists. They declare that
they captured the river side and th rail
way station, after which all th Chines
warships retreated, with th txceptlon
of one cruiser, which seceded to the reb
Imperial Navy Retreats.
The retreat of the imperialists at Han
kow Is confirmed In other dispatches
from Klu Klang, which state that th
Chines gunboats ar retreating to Klu
Klang. The conduct of th rebels at
Hankow Is reported to be exemplary.
Martial law- la being enforced.
Today's advices of rebel successes at
Hankow caused great Jubilation among
the Chinese here. Previously they had
The run on the banks here has stopped,
but the banks are unable to pay their
outstanding checks and business. Is at a
standstill. Otherwise th situation here
The venerable North China Dally News,
anticipating an ultimate imperial victory.
In an editorial today, recalling tho awful
fat which traditionally awaits rebels In
China, with the slaughter of Innocent
kinsfolk, with the object of blotting out
the tainted names, says that the powers
ar not Intervening because of self-interest,
"Th ringleader must die, but Yuan
Shi Kai, arriving with well filled money
bags and Imperial pardons ready for sig
nature. Is offering mercy to those who
have been coerced into participation In
The events of the last week must lead
to a genuine redress of grievances.
"Chin should remember th starving
multitudes beggared by th Yang Tse
Klang floods. Those with whom th rebels
had been able to plead fought and died."
Minister Preglet Repablle.
KANSAS CITY. Oct .-"Th foreign
powers ar waiting to sels th outside
provinces In China, but th central part
of the country will remain a complete
union under th reorganisation that Is
coming," asserted Rev. Sidney C. Part
ridge, Episcopal bishop of Kansas City,
her today. Bishop Partrldg spent sev.
enteen years In China as a clergyman,
returning to th United Statea only a
few months ago.
Th revolutionary movement," he con
tinued, "I a welcome one, as almost any
chang tn China will be benefit to th
people, who ar held back by ancient
customs and corrupt officials, Th lead
ers of th stniggl ar men who have
been educated outside their own country,
and who are fighting against present con
ditions with no definite purpose, perhaps
except that they se the need of a
Beautifully tailored aerg and Panama
dresses may be had now for UM to X o0
t fit girls I to It year. Br them Sat
urday at Benson A Thorn c'o.'a.
VOTIIUVTf OV OCBAJg BTaAMEBB.
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A special driv la ya suit Saturday
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and miztarea. A go4 katf bw with
and Lands Troops
BENGHAZI. Oct. 20. The Italian
fleot under Rear Admiral Aubrey bom
barded this city yesterday and landed
4,000 men, who, after a brisk battle, oc
cupied a portion of the town. The
greater part of the troops, however,
ramped on the beach last night. The
Turks refused to surrender and made a
Th expeditionary fore Instructed to
occupy Benghazi arrived In the road
stead Wednesday morning, conveyed by
th Italian battleships Vlttorio Emanuel
III, Roma, Napoll and Regina Ellna, the
cruisers Amalfl and Etrurlar five smaller
warships and two torpedo boat divisions.
Rear Admiral Aubrey notified the
Turkish commander that unless he ca
pitulated Benghasl on the morning of
Thursday the town would be bombarded.
No reply having been received, the bom
bardment,' began at and continued until
9 o'clock, when a detachment of sailors
and troops was debarked.
Th first Italians to com ashore were
received with a sharp rifle fir from the
Turks.' - Th .Italians bore themselves
well and established a position near the
water's edge, where they stood the
Turkish fire. They wer rapidly en
forced from the fleet and later In a for
ward movement took th barracks In
th village of sldl lloussc-ln by assault.
Th Italians alo took and held a part
in Louisville, Ky.
I.OUI8V1L.L.E, Ky., Oct. 20. Reaching
out into all parts of the world equal suf
frage Ideas have fastened their grip even
upon the women of Alaska, Hawaii and
Cuba, declared Mary War Dennett, cor
responding secretary of the National
Woman Suffrage association, which be
gan Us forty-third annual convention
here today. 'One of the notables Intro
duced by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, presi
dent, was Mrs. Ben Hardin Helm of
Kentucky, sister of Mrs. Abraham Lin
coln. "I waa raised before public speaking
came In vogue," she said, "but I must
say I am heartily In favor of the movement."
CULL0M WANTS HUMPHREY
TO SUCCEED GROSSCUF
CHICAGO. Oct 20,-Judge Peter S.
Grosscup of th United States circuit
court again delayed his resignation be
cause of failure to reach a final settle
ment In th Chicago, Milwaukee Klec
trlo Railroad foreclosure proceedings.
Judge G. Otis Humphrey, on th federal
bench of th southern district of Illi
nois, was proposed today by United
Statea Senator Cullom as th successor
to Judge Grosscup. Senator Cullom an
nounced that he would visit President
Tart personally and urge Judge Hum
American Bankers1 Association
For the above meetlrjg. the Illinois Central will hav on sala
ticket from Omafca to New Orleans sad return st rate of $3S.90.
Date of sale, November 16th to 30Vh. Return limit, Novembr 30th,
with privilege of extension.
WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY.
Long Limit With liberal Stop-Over Privileges.
Tor detailed Information, call st City Ticket Office, City Na
tional Bank Building, or write
IMrtrlct Pastiir Agent, Omaha Neb.
"Follow the Beaton Path"
Breathe tho Beautiful Fragrance of
(Tho Queen of Perfumes)
"THELMA" is as fragrant as tho flowers and more lasting. On
Saturday, Oct. 21st, we are going to present a box of 'THELMA"
and a pure linen ladles' handkerchief to each purchaser of
MARY GARDEN CHOCOLATES
These pure and delicious chocolates are fully equal to ordinary
iwi: Kooas. jne price is absolutely no indication of their
merit. THKLMA will be given FUKK
On Saturday. A (HKM) 85c AVORTH.
to every purchaser
"THELMA" and thj Handkerchief Als FREE With
Every Purchase to ths Amount o! 25c on
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS SATURDAY
25c De Mars' Glycerine Soap, Saturday 3 for
25c Woodbury's Facial Soap, Saturday 2 for ,
50c Beaton's Cold Cream, Saturday
75c Ponipeian Massage Cream, Saturday
75c Tivoll nice Powder, Saturday
(We recommend this as the purest and best Rice
Powder in the World.)
50c Pozzonl's Powder, Saturday .' . ........
50c De Mars' Benzoin and Almond Lotion ,
ioc manicure scissors, Saturday f.!"
25c Peroxide of Hydrogen. 'Saturday. , . . , . . 25
KKMEMBKR "THELMA" AND THE HANKERCH1EF
Fit EE WITH EVERY 23 CENT PURCHASE HATUHDAV.
BEATON DRUG CO.
16th and Farnam Omaha, Neb.
Suits and Overcoats to Order $20
On Sale Saturday, October 21st
One hundred nice suitings and overcoatings easily worth 25
to $28 are offered in our special sale for $20. Made to measure and
guaranteed perfect In fit and stylo.
Every coat carefully tried on in the bastings and well made
and well lined.
Have your fall and winter clothes made to order.
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.
304-306 Soilth 16th St.
Five Steps South of Farnam
It Should Be the Best
You should have
no diamond but the
best when you pur
chase one for an en
gagement ring. Your
fiancee will always
appreciate a stone
of the highest brtl
1 1 a n c y aud qual
ity, but If she real
izes that the stone
Is not the best she
will always feel a,
little ashamed of It.
She will not like to-'
have it compared
with that of her girl
friends. She will
fear that its defect
will be discovered
and that it will be "
regarded as a cheap
stone and rtnsr. The Edholm store
tells buyers tlie exact quality in ev
ery dlamoad, so a buyer knows Just
what he Is setttlns and so lie can be
prepared sffalnst any comparisons his
future wife may wish to make.
Sixteenth and Marnsy
Boat SIsrely ny lagt.
Taft's Cental Rooms
lie's Comiiifl Here
-J V V I
i t" "r" ft
i r t
in Bottled in
Whiskey, is Ce
dar Brook, Full
Full quarts, 90c.
G. Schlank &
.Ji .lCa jjljo
i nir liiusiraiea csiaiuR 01 aiamusn,
watches, china, cut glass and Jewelry.
Either mall your request for one or
call In person. We would be pleased
to have a visit from you. .
13th and Douglas Sts.
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