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I1IK OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: OfTOHEK 20. 1911.
The Polo and Reversible Coats
Are modeled closely after thoso of older folk, possessing all the style and good service, and priced bo
moderately that It only remains to chooue the favorite color and style.
Polo models, as Illustrated, are stylish and warm; or, you may choose, from an unusually wide
range In coats of broadcloth, velvet, chinchilla, plush, caracul and mannlnh mixtures.
For ages C to 16 years. Prices $3.90. $0.50. S7.50. S8.50. $9.73. 810 to $10.75.
Write for rfTVf
i drives eebels
i from hankow
(Continued from First rage.)
2ias been placed In suprrms command
jpf the land and naval tureen, met today
:dth prominent radical members of the
Rational Assembly, who are planning for
;.a entirely new Chines cabinet, a con
stitutional government and the Immediate
-eummonlrf of a parliament. Yuan Phi
:J.a! haa postponed hla planned departure
from Chann To for the southp H4
expected ha will soon return to resins
In the capacity of premier,
lasarsjents liala at Other Points.
. SHANGHAI, China, Oct. . 28.-7Wlrelsa
dispatches from Hankow rcpurta sweep
ing victory for the Imperial troops there
yesterday caused a flutter In Blianidial
today. The reports were received even In
official circle with Incredulity. IWbel
sympathisers d-Ur4 that the dispatches
were undoubtedly snt from a government
aourca to bolster up a faltering cause.
Whatever the situation uromid Hankow
la. mattera have grown more dnaperate
for tua .government cause In the vicinity
of Shanghai and along tlie lower part of
tha Yang Tee river. There were peralet
ent reports today that China Klang, ' l."0
miles above Blisrigluil, was about lo fall
Into tha hands of the rebels, t'hlng Klang
Is the first of the aeries of lower river
forta above Shanghai and la re guided here
aa the keystone of the defense of the
city., If It falls It is conceded that all
the forts below it a far as Wu Hung
will quickly follow.
Wu Bung, ten mllea above Shanghai,
marks the clty'a last line of defenaes.
' West of 8h.an.-hal, the wealthy city of
Hu Chow Is threatened, while above Chlng
Klang, three Important cities, Nanking,
Yank Chow and Wu Hu. are believed to
be In danger. Alt four of these cities re
municationa, la coming to Shanghai,
was quiet, there Is open sympathy for the
rebel cause, and probably little effective
ichlstance will be offered to attack.
, I It Is believed that Sheng Hsuan lluil,
jha dismissed minister of posts and com
nunlcatlons. Is comln gin Hhanghal,
feber he has a magnlflrent homo. More
han SM) piece of hi Lacaatjo have ar-Sr
The Standards of the
Base liuri.ers, iul.s, fast
Hanges and rook (Stoves.
I'ash or I'ayii.ents.
Coos' soft coal heat era,
Arc Favored by Smart Dressers
Wo were first lo introduce these popular
coat in Omaha the clever style and un
matched quality of the first ones sold has sent
scores of women here for theirs the modest
prices have invarialtly effected an immediate
The Polo Coats, appeal to women who seek the lat
ent Id our, but the coat Hre adapted to so many tines,
and are bo cleverly fashioned that one could find
nothing more nil It able and practical.
They tome In tan, white and reversible combina
tions of gray and purple and tan and green.
The douhle tone coats present . a very
striking a)Kavance and the reversible fea
ture affords the luxury of two coats worn
as your fancy chooses and to suit the occa
sion. Junior and small women's sizes.
Prices - $17.50, $19.75, $22.50,
$25.00 and $29.75.
1518-1520 FAENAM STREET
rived here from I'ektng, addressed to the
care of a foreigner.
The business situation Is Mill precar
ious. The money market Is In an alarm
ing state on account of the vent amounts
of speciu withdrawn from the bank here
by l'eklng and other centers.
(iotrriiirirnt Controls Itallroad.'
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2K.-The control of
the entire line of railway communication
from l'eklng to Hankow by the Imiwrlal
Chinese forces was reported, to the Chi
nese legation here today In cablegrams
from l'eklng. These dispatches confirm
the report of an Imperial victory north
of Hankow yesterday and add that the
Imperial forces had captured the railroad
station at Hankow.
Tlfe messages received by Yung Kwal,
charge of tha Chinese legation, and for
warded by him to the State department
stated that the government forcea had
attacked and captured several of the
positions rinld by the rebels north cf Han
kow, Including IJu Chlao Nlao, 'twenty
miles northeast of tho city. "
The Insurgents retired before the Im
perial troopa and the lutter sui-rrsfilly
stormed the railroad near Hankow,; ac
cording to tha legation mesvjjcte. !
Dr. Ni-n In New lurk,
NKW YOHK. Ctet. CS.-A gaunilisHU
Chinese, with atoop shoulders and" a
Sirassly moustai'he, who hears a marked
resemblance to pictures of Dr. Hun Yat
Ben, was found today at the quarter! of
the Young China association. Home of his
countrymen declare that he Is the noted
revolutionist, whoso active presence since
the outbreak of the Chinese rebellion has
been reported In many different puna of
the United States. The supposed Dr. Ben
declined to answer questions about tils
RULING EXTENDS SCOPE
OF FEDERAL LIABILITY LAW
MF.IUD1AN, Mass., Oct. Ut.-Kullng in a
damage suit Involving the federal em
ployers' liability act today. Circuit Judge
Huckley held that If the cars causing the
accident carried Interstate shipments the
state was without JurlHldctlon. The plain
tiffs will attempt to show thst the cars
did not carry Interstate matter.
If you have anything to aell or exchange
advertise It In the Want Ad Columns of
The Uee and get Immediate results.
1515 Harney Street
Hardware Specials onday
lie Monday S'
folding tsundiy BeaeU.
W HU ringer atia li-
II 7(: Monduv
(hil vanlieil Wut.li Tub,
heavy, well made, .ic
Potato Ricer or Fruit
Uu etove pol
ltoud or V
ii Ur 3ic.
plx pounds, nickel
pluie with coll UJ
Keg. Ibi; Monday
P'Pe 1 fio
r-a 7 Exclusive
STOCK MARKET IS QUIET
Wall Street Exchange Showi Little
Trace of Friday's Turmoil.
STELL SHARES SLIGHTLY HIGHER
Statement Issued by Chairman tiary
I'.nenaraurs Speculators Urn
eral Market la Kirns
NKW YOrtK, Oct. 28. Tho stock market
was quiet during the early trading today
and there was .uo iilnt f the excitement
produced yesterOk toy the1 Wild trading In
I'nlted States Steel stocks. The course
of the market 'yesterday ' had Indicated
that the heavy selling' of steel stocks was
over and the ' Improvement was helped
by the statement of Chairman Oary, rela
tive to the government's dissolution suit
It waa apparent at the opening of the
stock market that there was a good de
mand for steel stocks. Tha first trapsae
tlon In ther common stock was a block of
12,000 shares at 61T to K. The stock waa
quickly raised to K. a gain of from
yesterday's close. The preferred stock
raise '14. lloth Issues .lost much of their
gain within half an hour, but held steady
without further losses. The stock market
in general showed much firmer tone,
some of the iosee of yesterday being
FAIIim ilY, ISeb.. Oct. KX.-lSpeclal.)-At
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank N.
llurd, llev. K. 11. Taft performed the
ceremony uniting In marriage Mlsa Rthel
O. Fainter of this city and Harry E. Fors
lund of Needles, Cal. The bride Is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. rainier
of this city, and has lived In Falrbury for
a number of years. The groom Is a sou
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Forslund, waa
raised In Falrbury. and Is now employed
In the Hanta Fee offices In Needles, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Forslund leave Saturday
for their home In Needles.
WKST POINT. Neb., Oct. M.-News
haa reached this city of the marriage at
Vega, Tex., of Frank Ulvens, a son of
Felix (livens of West Point, to Miss
Huiel Kenyon. Mr. Ulvens waa born and
brought up In Cuming county and Is now
Monday will be another Big Bargain
Day at our store. Needful articles for
the home and kitchen marked down for
Monday only. Use the phone. We de
liver. Here are a few of our BIG MONEY
lo else Monday
Ash or Oar bag Oaaa.
Heavy salvauUed Iron,
saliou size with
regular i.7S - K(
With snap springs
DES MOINES CLUB IS BUSY
Convention Committee Says Many
ARBITRATION REPORT COMES UP
C onductor Illatt Ordrrrd Il harael,
Tnaether lh Huberts, lloth of
Wbom Are l eader Among:
(be nlon Men.
I (KYom a Stuff Correspondent.)
IK3 MOINKH, lift. (Special Tele
' Kriim.) The convention committee of tho
I Commercial club made public today Its
j work i'ii' ii g the lust season In securing
I conventions for iHs Mo, hex. The commit
tee secured in convention. nt a cost of
' iS,00. " hce lonveiitlons if,ni nented an
attendiitico .f one day r.irh person
of IKI.noo ri.I the Hub pmI .idtps that the
J persons comlnK here left an average of
tin a day in the city for c xi nnis. This
does not in.' ndc the Mr.te fair and other
establish!-'1, institutions. The club Is go
ing after :) convention:- l.r next year.
Suit was 1 enun In court today by the
local comrru real organizi.tinns to compel
the Hoard f Pupei vlhors to change the
method of hanillln the budge funds of
the county. It is clnlmed that the super
visors divide up the rounly and each one
has abaolute authority in a district and
that no accounts whatever are kept. This
plan has resulted In an enormous expense
to the county.
The suit is to compel the entire board
to pass on every bill and to do bridge
work by contract only.
The arbitration board settled the cause
of the recent street cur trouble today by
deciding that as to two of the men in
controversy the company was Justified In
dlschurglng them but as to the other
there was no ground for their discharge.
They decided that Conductor Hruce could
hold his place while Illutt and Roberts
must go. This Is a decided victory for
the street car company as both Illatt and
Roberts were exceedingly active In the
union work and Roberts was a member
of the exacutive committee.
ALL BOOSfWLAND SHOW
(Continued from First I'agc.)
dividual, but also as mayor of Omaha, I
say In all sincerity that the Land show
as conducted at the den this year is as
great and good un Institution hs Ak-Sar-Wen
or any other public enterprise .which
has ever come to my notice," said Mayor
James C. Dahlman. "The exhibits were
not only of high educational value, but
they all brought out with startling dls
tlnctlvenexs tho fact that the great west
Is 'The I'romlMed Land' and showed the
way to llvllhood to the shutins In a way
that could be accomplished In no other
manner. The land show Is certainly a
fine thing for any city and It has done
an Immense amount of good for Omaha.
I sincerely hope that we will have another
next year and I will, if called upon, do
all In my power to that end."
Sanion II oust a Khow
"It's a fine, big show,'.' said It. J. Ten
fold, secretary of the Knights of Ak-Sar-Uen,
speaking of the Omaha Land show,
"and I'm proud of It Junf as I am proud
of Ak-tiur-lien and of all the big things
that are credits to Omaha. I don't know
of anything that I would rather see oc
cupying the den that has been made
famous as the home of Ak-Sur-Uen. I
don't believe anyone could go to the
show and come away without being bene
fited In some degree, depending upon tho
individual. Kveryone In Omahu ought to
bo proud of tho allow." ... ,
'The Omaha Lund Bhow Is of groat
educational value, both to city bred peo
ple, and farmers," said (Jeorge H. Payne,
president of the Payne Investment Com
pany. "The show domonstrutes to' the
people what wonders can be performed
with the soil. It also bears out the fact
that a man who puts lilm mind and
heart into a farm will reap a bountiful
harvest. The 1-and show haa brought
many Inquiries to us and I think It hus
proven a great success and hope It will
be a yeurly event in this city."
t'wuimlaalun Mau l.lUes It.
Charles O. Trimble of tho Trimble Bros.
Commlsxion company had nothing but
praise for the show. He said: ''The
Omaha Land show Is far superior to that
of lat year In every respect. It has
brought to this city people who would
not otherwise have come here. It cer
tainly haa fulfilled its mission and I
sincerely trust that next year we will
have a larger and better show. If possi
ble. People have come to this city and
to me. whom I had never before, met and
they vail agree with me when they say
that the show Is producing results."
"The exhibits shown at the lAnd ahow
were the best I have ever seen at a
show of i&. kind." said lUlph Kitchen,
manager of the Paxton hotel. "I attended
the show ,l)o nights and was surprised
to aee the crowds that passed In and out
through the gates, showing the great
Interest that the people of Omaha and
the state took In the show. It is a great
thing tor Omaha, it not only boosts the
city, but also brings much trade. I know
that we had hardly a vacant room during
Al. V. Drcsher said that the Land show
waa certainly a great institution and that
the good it has done for Omaha and the
west Is beyond compulation. "We live
In a strictly sgrlcultural country." aald
Mr. Dresner, "and a big exhibit of the
products of this country, like the one
Just cloged, attracts tha attention of the
entire country to the wonderful recourses
of this section. Hesides Omaha haa ae
cured a wonderful amount of healthy
advertising from the show."
HraiKlris Writes Appreciation.
Hugo H. llrandels haa expressed his
appreciation ot the I-und Show in the
following letter to C. C. Hosewater, pres
ident of the show:
"Permit me to express the sentiments,
which 1 feel sure must be shared by
thousands of others, that the Omahu
Land Hhow has been a notable success.
It hus been an impressive siwctacle and
a great educational exposition as well.
"i attended the show on Society night,
but because ot the great crowd I waa
able to see only a portion of the Interest
ing features. 1 was so impressed that I
attended the following evening with more
time at my disposal, and found the ex
hibits wonderfully entertaining. 1 visited
the Land Show In Chicago a year ago and
1 can say that the Omaha I.and ow
far surpassed It In every particular. I
regard It as tha greatest exposition of
Its kind that has ever been hold. Accept
my sincere congratulations un the success
of the Lend Show, which was due in
such large measure to your own activi
ties." DEPOSITORIES DESIGNATED
FOR SAVINGS BANK FUNDS
WASHINGTON, Oct. . (Special Tele
gram.) The following banks have been
made deokUortes for foatal Savings
bauk funds In Nebraska: Cltlseus Na-
WINDER OF FIRST CLAIM AT THE
RECENT LAND DRAWING.
r f f
MltP. MARY J. KENDALL,
itapm city, B. v.
tlonal, Orleans; American bank, Sidney;
Central National. Lincoln; United States
NatloYial, Omaha; Merchants' National,
Omnha; First National, Omaha; Omnha
Corn Kxchange National, Omaha; Ex
change bank, Ocullallah, Neb.; State
bank, Mllford; City National, Omaha;
first National, Oenoa; .Sutton National,
Sutton; Farmers' and Merchants', Ash
land; First National, Valentine; First
National, Fender; National Hank of Wll
bcr, Wllber; Kxeter State, Kxctcr; Loup
City State, Loup City.
NEW LAKE CARRIER WANTS
THROUGH RATE ON FLOUR
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2S.-Freight rates
on millions of barrels of flour annually
will be affected by proceedings Instituted
today before the Interstate Commerce
commission looking, to a reduction from
23 to 21 cents a hundred pounds between
Minneapolis and New York City. Th
Flour City line, an Independent lake car
rier, asks the establishment of a new
through rate between those points. Rail
roads operating; between Buffalo and New
York refuse to recognise the new route
and exact from Buffalo a rate of 11 cents
a hundred' pounds on its traffic, while a
late of 9.3 cents Is accorded so-called
Is what has built up
our business. Per
sonal attention t o
is our motto. Shirts
in sanitary covers.
A perfect package.
HotU lMiones. Wagon Kverywhere.
Members Lautulrymen' National Aan.
By FREE Sample
ust a little Kondon'i purest Catarrhal
Jelly, snultcd into the nostril relieves,
soothes and heals the affected membrane,
which, raw or inflamed, brings on catarrhal
tx mt mtoilra thto trontiie. sntteptlc. coollnf sa4
picawK. purra an. him irmrsy lor vtol.nl SuartMS,
u HHwa, vum liriuu. bui si tot seal.
Ask Your Druggist
Write iu todsr tor Ire. s
par sr s 2c er S Jc bindy.
anSiry lube tunllml no
hrmlul drug, and ia auld
audtr our puaime uanuuee.
New Process of Cleaning
Makes them look like new.
Any kind or color. Our work
Call is up and we will call
PHONE DOUGLAS 6617.
12:30 to 2.
Fried Spring Chicken
or Roast Beet
Potatoes. O'Brien Lima Beans
Cranberry Krappe Hot Roll
Mince Pie or
Delmonlco Ice Cream and Cake
Tea, Coffee or Milk
Oyster 8upn?r, 6 to 7
I'll sjsmbi iijB - Wll We.-" jrrB- .
MEW'S $20 SUITS A
and OVERCOATS at
Strictly all wool garments, in tlie
best of styles and fabrics. Splen
did hand tailored garments, posi
tively regular $20.00 Qf a FA
values at $l.iledU
Men's Hand Tailored Suits
S15.00 and $18.00
You men know good clothes when you
see them so what's the use of talking.
Juat como in and try on one of these splen
did hand tailored garments. Note the fine
fit, the splendid business like appearance
they give you. You can't get a better gar
ment if you paid $5.00 to $10.00 more for
it elsewhere. Let us prove it.
Men's Splendid Fall Hats $2
Those stylish "Scratch-up" hats, and
every other new style.
Men's all wool Flan
nel Shirts, worth to
$2.50, at 1)S
Men's Kid Gloves, all standard makps,
at 08 to 3.00
Ml' X SI NO UNDLUWKAH
HOLEPKOOF GUARANTEED HOSIERY
Men's $5 and $4 Shoes at
$3.00 and $2.50
The finest of leathers and workmanship are embodied in these
chocs, to givo the wearer the utmost comfort and durability.
LADIES' SNAPPY NEW COATS
in Reversibles, Polos Blanket Effects. Etc.,
y (uAw collars
I. . I (L
SALE OF TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED HATS
08c and $1.98
lingular values up to $5.00.
Bargains in Women's Furnishings Tloo
Hcntor Comfort Underwear for Women and Children
Ladies' Union Suits
at 69c to $2.98
BEAUTIFUL NEW SILK WAISTS at $2.48 and $2.98
Taffeta Silk Pettieoats
Ladies', Misses and Children's Wool Sweaters
Worth $1.98 to $3.98, at 48c and 98c.
Colors white and gray. Some are slightly damaged.
Warner Bros. Corsels. Holeprool Guaranteed Hosiery.
214-18 North 16th St. Clothes lor Men and Wome
Formerly Novelty Skirt Chmpany.
About Jun 1, 1911, a trust agreement was entered Into by
the Abstracters of Omaha. Since that time the prices of abstracts
have materially advanced.
Wo have withdrawn from this agreement and have adopted
the following reduced scale ot prices:
Ollt RATKS v
Plats, each 30c
1st entry fl.OO
All other entries, each . ...c
Court proceedings, per iaKe,
1st name in judgment, ctf. $1.00
All other names, each ...... .2-V
Tax certificates, each . . ... . .75c
Our aim will be to improve the high standard service of the past.
BETTER HE SAFE THAX SOKRV.
KERR ABSTRACT CO.
309 South 17th Street.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
is the Leading Agricultural Journal of the west. Its columns are
filled with the best thought of the day in matters pertaining to
the (arm, the ranch and the orchard, and it is a factor in the
development ot the great western country.
$12.50, $15.00, $19.50
Those beautiful reversible coats, so much
in demand. Can be worn on either side. Come
with porketbooks with long cords to match.'
. Also striking new coats iu blanket effects,
n novelty mixtures, etc., with the pretty sailor
worth $12.59 at
Another lot of those splendid dresses.
Made of all wool serges and fancy worsteds,
all leading colors, with wide silk and satin
sailor collars and lapels.
LADIES' $17.50 TAIL- $A A A
ORED SUITS at ... . vlv.UW
- Splendid tailored garments in the best of
Rich Plush Coals at Great Savings
$12.50 to $35.00
Your Suit or Coat Made to
In our Tailoring Department.
Suits to order up from $25.00
Coats to order up from $15.00
Misses' and Boys' Union
Suits at 50c to 98c
Long Fleece Down Kimo
nas, at 98c
Hats, earn .. . . . .$1.00
1st entry , $1.00
All other entries, each ...,50c
Court proceedings, per page,
1st name in Judgment, ctf. $1.50
All other names, each ... .$1.00
Tax certificates, each .-..fl.OO
Phoue, Douglas 5187.
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