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TIIH HKK- OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, mil.
Miss School Teacher
Your Best Dressed Poplls
Are Clothed Here.
II u ml r 1 s of llicm
from nil over Xcbniska
you Iuive no doubt often
tidmirftl sonio i;irtifMiI;ir
y flevor little frarmont
witli tlu 1'onson & Tliorrie
"Wouldn't you like fo se
curo wearing iippnrcl for
yourself, so distinctively
ptyled as to draw favor
able attention no matter
where you go?
Then, too, we special
ize in isizes lor small
women and voir who
find it difficult to ob
tain wearing apparel in
tbe Mnaller towns will find
here a store adapted to
your every requirement.
W particularly mention a
beautiful rhowlng of suits at
moderate prices. Embracing
very favored material and In
very color which authoritative
Small women'a sizes, 32 ,
to 28. Prices. 22.30,
$23, 920.75 up to fftO.
Junior sizes, IS and 17
many small women are
flttej la these alios,
rrlcea. $15, $19.73, f2U.no
The Polo and Keversible Conts, wlucn we were
first to shew in Omaha, come in many handsome mix
tures and color combinations.
, The Reversible two-tone coats may be worn either
side out, thus effecting a double service.
Other coata of broadcloth, mannish ralxturea, Telveta, chin
chillas, cheviots in rich colors and pleasing styles.
Janior and small women's sizes. Pricea
915, 917.50, 910.75, W2.&0, 925 up to 905.
Every accessory to the wardrobe of the well-dressed woman
Is bare In abundance the new man-tailored shirts, waists, sklrta
footwear. hoe, dainty neckwear and a beautiful line of furs!
eta and coata. A visit to this popular store will be of mutual
lfilG-1020 FAKUAII ETilEET
(Continued from First Pace.)
wan present when - ibe statement was
Pr. Wu said that while he was loath
M accept office eoV hesitated because
of his former clone connection with the
Manchu government, he was now prac
tically forced to ld the cause of China,
lie announced that Chen Te Chuan, the
governor of Roo Chow and formerly gov
ernor of Mukdon, who was the first
governor to come over to the reformer!,
had been elected governor of the entire
province of Klang 8u.
Cheng Te Chuan, he said was a strong
man and would be able to control the
revolutionists and guarantee order and
the safety of foreigners. Ninety per
cent of the population he said waa sup
porting the present status. Ir, Wu
"Personally I favored a limited mor
arthy, retaining the emperor as a figure
liead, with a strong Chinese cabinet and
constitution, but the prevailing sentiment
appeere to favor a republic.
"J each province a gcvci-ter will te
selected, aeon city ead ;own giving Its
allegiance to the new icoveroment. The
whole people of China, smith and fcouth,
are united against Manrhua supremacy
and the government at Peking, whlio IS
corrupt and prone to be oppressive.
"I ai.-.it ihsrs ar tremendous dlff!
cultlaa before ua. but we hiuat win. We
guarantee aa adherence to foreign
treaties, whether they were made fairly
or unfairly. We will pay our obligations
to f orel se nations and open all the ports
of China to foreign trade. Thus will be
guaranteed an enormous advantage in all
foreigners aa well as to China.'
tars KrpatiUe e FeaaibU.
"I believe the Institution of a republic
is feasible." he said.
"If the young emperor were allowed to
remain on the throne a short lime per.
heps It would be better, but the selw.lon
of a new dypaitlc heed and a new em
peror would be certain to create Ji.
ouatee and produce a reign of anemny
which would result In the shedding t(
"Tbe plans ef tbe reforms have been
considered for sis years. We cannot hoe
to accomplish everything within a short
time. 'Trade will Ire temporarily damaged
aud tbe people Inconvenienced and fright
cued. We are determined to establish a
atable governmnl and hope to give
China, ttlri territorial rights and com
BotU Lr s u Ting-fang and Wen
Tsuug Vo said there would be uo reason
for foreign Intel fereo.ee, the suggestion of
whlcn tlu-y deprecated as dangerous and
unpalatable to the people. They euld the
reformers wished letogalllon 4a belilg.
rente wherever a responsible lo.al gov.
eminent had been set up, as at Shanghai,
u bang an I elsewhere.
In conclusion these men deflated the
trend of the stmkl a toward a re
publican foiru of government end that
Years of Suffering
Catarrh and Blood Dleeaea-Deo-tors
Palled to Cvro
Mlae Mable V. laklna, nil I.afay
ette lit., fort Wayne, Ind.. writes: " tor
three yeare 1 was troubled with catarrh
end blood disease. I tried several doc
tors and a doaea different remedies, but
none of thein did me any good. A frieud
told me of liood'e fclarsaparilla, 1 took
two bottlee of this medicine and v as wll
and strong aa ever. 1 feel like a dif
ferent person and recommend Hood's to
any oae suftertng from catarrh."
Oet It today In usual liquid form or
a&vcuUled laulele called SAJkaATaJt,
ari . a arlJ M 11 M II I
China was now only anticipating the In-
Kail of Amur Imminent.
AMoy, china. Nov. 7. The fall of
thia city before the revolutionists ap
peals Imminent. There la no foreign
warship In this port, but all the consuls
have appealed to their governments to
send vessels here.
The consuls are devising plans for tlw
defense of foreigners If an emergency
The American and British consulates
were deetgnated today as the place ef
refuge for women and children. The lo
cations of these consulates are most
favorable to an easy embarkation or.
steamers in ths harbor If thla becomes
necessary, A system of slgnala has been
ai ranged to warn foreigners of the flret
approach of danger.
No antl-forelgn sentiment had developed
today. Taoal Chlng Is In hiding and
the police keep out of sight. There is
no local government worthy of the name.
The soldiers recognise no authority but
fortunately remalu quiet.
Publlo sentiment Is revolutionary but
apparently peaceably disposed. Several
hundred young men of good families
have banded together and assumed the
responnsibllliy qf maintaining order,
riahtlna Hesamed at llasikew.
BAN FlUNCISCO. Nov. 7.-Klghtlng
has broken out again at llsnhow, eo
cording to a dispatch received here today
by va Chinese Tree Pre... A laree body
of revolutionary troops la eald to have
arrived from llanau to aid the republl.
can army, which has been In conflict with
the Imperialists. The Imperial command
Is said not to have been reinforced by
aoldlera from the north, as the lyU,U
at lUnkow had hoped.
Ths Independent republic, established
In the yuong 1 province Is reputed as
The Young China published a dispatch
from Phanghei today to the effect that
the name of the new republic had been
changed from Chung )iwal to gin Hon
Viceroy ef Manila Kuu rl
NANKING. Nov. T.-(U p. m-Ths
viceroy at Nanking committed suicide to
night. The situation Is serious. The
viceroy's Instructions from Peking had
ordered him not tu resist the revolution
ists by force, but to peacefully surrender.
The Taitar general commanding the
Uambu troops iefued to obey these orders-
A condition cf panla prevails.
Alarm at Ike ran.
WASIUNUTON, Nov. ?.-Alarm la felt
at Chee 'oo. province of Shan Tung, over
the probability of a revolt there, was
ioned by the presence of malcontents
from the north, according to official ad
vices received today.
Rev, Mr. Lambert
Resigns as Pastor
to Enter Business
PUOirENCK, R. 1. Nov. 7-Ileca.ua
of the criticism resulting from his tnar
rvlng Colonel John Jamb Astor and Ml
Madeline T. Korce at Newport, on r
tember , the ltv. Jns-ph Umbtrt has
irslsnsd as pastor of the Kim wood Tern-
!.. (In.. I i.
..... v, "..B,TH,iw,m,, cnnrvii, and will
leate the ministry to g mo buslnexs.
Although the church has not as t
accepted his resignation Mr. Lambert
says he will Insist upon Its doing so.
"There have been a lot of unkind
things said agtliu-t be. esictallv bv the
ministers." said Mr. Ijimbert today. '1
did not feel that I could continue In the
work aa 1 could 'not put the same spirit
Into it es before."
pains In ttie chert rnjuire ,uiK treat
ment with Dr. Kings New Discovery.
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by ueatcn Lrug Co.
DRAW LEGACIES BY LOT
Property of Late J. S. Polk of Dei
Moinei Thus Distributed.
FIVE ENVELOPES IS A HAT
l.mth Oae Worth Half Mlllloe
Dollar anal Containing; 1. 1st of
Property that I to Uo
i't.a jiiwirtcn, ia, rvov. ,.rive en
velopes worth a half million dollars each,
wre drawn out of a hat hore today In
the settlement nf the estate of the late
J. S. 1'olk. The drawing took place at
the home of nun of the testator s son
and five ln-lrs. In tliclr turns, leached
Into the hat and clalini'd the envelopes,
which contulned the lits of real entate
and other securities.
J. 8. I'olk was the pioneer street rail
way man In Oes Atolms. II came here
in the early days and grew up, financially
ami otherwise, "with the city from ths
lime It was a village.
vwien li died recently he left a will
which piovlded that his property should
iw nivioea into rive e'piai pails, the bene
iniaries to ie his widow, Harry H., and
John I'olk, sons, and Mrs. Ueorge II.
lllppre and Mis. A. U. Malsh, daughters.
The drawing un suggested by Execu
tor George U. Ulppee in order that there
mignt be no complaints afterwards. The
deeds to tbe property are being made out
In accordance with lite arrangement.
Neve Mne Mar Ue Uo.
Informatien received by the Commercial
club here today leads to the opinion that
It may be possible to secure the building
of the Interurban railway from Council
Bluffs to Des Moines by the company,
which Is partly backed by former Gover
nor Hhaw In connection with the recent
purchase of the Atlantic road. Two sep
arate organisations and surveys are ready
for any company prepared to build the
With Gun and
Mask Jailed at Boone
L'OONK, la., Nor. t.-(Hpeolal ) Albert
Johnson, a young man 19 years old, of
Jewell Junction, wis picked up here
esrly yesterday morning by Northwest
crn officers, charged with carrying a
gun. When searched the officers found a
black mask, such aa bandits wear, In
one of his pookdts. The lad had bean In
the rform erhool for a time for robbing
a Northwestern car, but got out on good
behavior. He was sent to the county jail
for one month, on failure to pay the fine
of lioo. it developed during the day that
Johnson had passed a worthless check
on a buslnesa man of thla elty In order
to get money to go to Omaha with. John
son admitted to the offlcera that he had
done thla and the county attorney will
investigate this matter during the Im
CAPTURES PEEPING TOM
MAKgHALt.TOWN, la., Nov. 7.-fipe-
clal.) "Stood up" by an unarmed young
woman who made the "bluff that she
wss armed and stood "pat" on It, a
local "Jack the Peeper" fell into the
clutohea of the police and this morning
paid a fine of 1100 and costs In the police
court. Last night when Miss Tlllle
Baxter, who, with her alstcr, Ila, oc
oupies a residence In the west part of the
city, beard a noise outside the house she
Investigated through the window and
saw a man peeping throuah It. Oolne ,i
the door, aha came suddenly upon him as
he stood just outside the threshold.
Threatening to shoot him If he moved
she held him up while her sister hurried
the police patrol to their aid. When ar
ralgned It waa found the man was Oust
Motkerson, a teamster living In the
same block. Ue pleaded guilty to the
NELS TROSSETT DURNED
TO DEATH AT DUNCOMBE, IA.
WKBSTER CITY, la,. Nov. 7.-Hpeclal
Telegram.) Tha Nals Trossett home In
Dunoombe burned to the ground last
night, and In Its embers wss found the
charred body of Mr. Trossett. a prom
inent cltlsen of the town. Mrs. Trossess
was away and Mr. Trossett spent the
evening at .tome alone smoking. Lets In
the evening the house was discovered to
be on fire ana the department was called
out. Firemen searched as much of the
house as could be entered, but were un
able, on aecou-t 0f flames, to get into
an Inside bedroom. Entrance waa chopped
in from the outside and here the body of
Trossett was found. It la supposed that
the fire waa accidentally set by Troasett's
CHECK FOUND IN COAL
CAR RETURNED TO OWNER
CRESTON, la., Nov. 7.-Hpeclal.)-The
check found by Switchman Charles Hitch-
cork for lioo. in a coal car la the Cree
tnn yards recently has been returned to
the man who drew It, through the efforts
of one of the loial banks. They Inter
viewed the Montana bank, on which the
rheck Mas drawn, and received the In
formation that the V. M. Boos, who
drew the check, might be found In Cedar
Springs, tie., and the check was for
warded to him. As jet it Is a mystery
how the check, drawn by Mr. llooi In
Georgia on a Hillings, Mont., bank, hap
enad to be found In a coal car In Cres
IENIES STEAMBOAT STORY
DAVENPORT. Ia.. Nov. 7-Ienlat of
published reports that the through
steamboatfj) route onlhe Mississippi river
was no longer In rroPct bet-a use of the
abandonment of the l.iwrr river terri
tory by the Streckfua steamboat com
pany, waa mad , tody by Captain John
Xtreckfus, rirerhVnt of the company.
t'aplaln Strxckfue said that on the
contrary his company would be active on
the lower river this winter end that next
summer he expvett-d to ettend the boat
route from St. Paul to New Orleans.
ARRESTED AT CRAIG- MO.
Gl.KN WOOD, la., Nov. T.-(8peclal.)-Alex
Hunter, the alleged murderer of
Juhn Wanner, the hunter and fisher of
Kest Plattamouth. was brnught In but
evinlng by Deptuy Sheriff Albert Ed
wards. The arrest wss made at Ciatg,
Uo., whsre Hunter v.a4 working fjr
a farmer. He submitted t arrest with
out resistance and drulee all ktiowlodtte
of the killing. He la confined in the
county J nil here.
Solon Farmer Whose
Barn Was Burned is
IOWA CITi la,. Nov. 7.-8peclal.)-John
L. Adams, the Holon farmer, whoee
barn was burnrd by Incendiaries Satur
day night and who for the laet slg
months has received anonymous commun
I ations demanding thousands of dollars
snd w ho a shot at from ambush on one
occasion as hs was returning to his home
lute at night, this morning received an
other anonymous letter, the writer this
time demanding 7,M0. The. writer ad
mitted that he was tha Incendiary who
set f.re to Adams' barn Saturday nicht
and warn i-d the farmer that other at
tempt at his life would be made If he
did not come, across with the money,
Hogs Eat Pointer Dog
and Chase Hunters
IOWA CITY la.. Nov. 7. Kpeolal.)Thc
herd of hngs owned iy Evan Williams.
farmer living Just west of Iowa City.
which last summer would have eaten his
dauKhter. Anna, alive, had she not been
timely rescued by farm hands, yesterday
set upon a party of four huntera of Iowa
City, chased their pointer dog beneath a
pile of brushwood, and devoured him
alive, the hunters themselves only escap
ing after an exciting chase across the
hoglot. The hunting party Included Fred
Kris, Jumes Ioleial, Tony Melntser and
Over an Overcharge
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. -(Special Tele
gram.) The Pease Oraln and 8ced com
pany of Beatrice. Neb., today filed a
complaint with the Interstate Commerce
commission against the Chicago. Burl
Ington at Qulncy railroad, alleging an ov
erchexge on a shipment of shelled corn
from Durwell, Neb., to Nerton. Kan.
Vpon this shipment l'earoe paid 12 cents
per hundred pounds and later was as
sessed and paid on the same shipment
at the rate of 17 eents. the expresa charge
oeing ii.ni. The cause of all this little
row Is that the company neglected to
supply Its agents at Beatrice and Bur-
well with new schedules.
Beattie May Go to
Cell in Penitentiary
IUCHMOND, Va.. Nov. 7.-Unless the
state aupreme court of appeals grants a
new trial for Henry Clay Beattie, jr., be
fore tomorrow, the young man convicted
of the murder of his wife will be removed
from the Itlchmond city jail to the death
cell at the etate penitentiary. According
to law a person condemned to execution
must be lodged la the penitentiary fifteen
days before the date sot for his death.
The court which has undsr advisement
Seattle's petition for a writ of errors will
sit tomorrow, but may not give Its de
cision. If It shoiild not decide tha u.
peal before the date set for the execution,
that would act as a stay.
Daatel O. Jarvls.
BTUROIS. a D, Nov. 7,-(Hpeclal Tel.
eg ram.)-Daniel O. Jervls, aged B, died
at the home of his son, John, near Tllford
last night lis ate a hearty supper ad
retired as usual, and waa dead In bed
this morning when his son went to call
him for breakfast. Old age waa the cause
HASTINQ8. Nsb.. Nov. 7 tDclal.)
Charles Jaoobson, a resident of Hastings
for thirty yeare, died yesterday morning
after a lingering Illness.
Neve Postal Pavings IlaaVs.
WAMUNUTQN, Nov. 7.-(Spoclal Tele,
gram.) Postal aavlnga banks will be es
tablished on December 5, as follows:
' In Nebraska Bloomlngton, College
View. Hardy and Table Itock.
In Iowa Emerson, Kxlra. Oettenberg.
Pomeroy, Preston, Fembeck, Sibley,
In South Dakota Brldgewater, Hudson.
to Big Returns.
la the Road
Dill Bourek has
Hats that have all
Luxury Is contingent
upon style and trlinii lug
ronatltuted in the feellnc-a-nodnenrt
ef a garment.
Economy results from
lualttv materials, tailored
by high claaa clothes
Makers. If you want you
should reiiulra It luxury,
tyle and economy, "Wear
Thora la Only Ones '
"Br mo Qzsinino"
Laxative Bromo Qzslnino
VStO TUK WOMB OVOI TO
Aira; remember tha full nam.
for Hit signature oa averr box. S8
As to winter clothing-
Whether you are interested in the newest styles, or
thoroughly trustworthy tailor'mg, or the prices, you
will make the mistake of your life if you buy your
suit or overcoat before you sec the superb clothing
$15 to $40
JR. S. WILCOX,
ITALIANS USE AEROPLANE
Air. Scouti Locate Headquarter! of
KEPOET FORCE IS SMALLER
It alia Minister ( War Gives Out
Btory ef Defeat et Terktah
Artillery o Sender
WA6HINOTON, Nov. 7.-Wlth the aid
of an aeroplane the Italian troops at
Tripoli have located the headquarters of
the Turkish army and have ascertained
that the force are considerably dimin
ished, according to an official dispatch
received by the Italian ambassador to
day. The Italian minister of war cables that
the Turkish artillery was repulsed No
vember t In attacks on the eastern
lines of the Italian defense ef Trip
oli and the Italian left wing.
Arabian Port Bombarded.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. T.-An
Italian cruiser bombarded the town of
Akadah (Arabia) on Sunday, sinking the
Turkish gunboat ItalldJ, which was lying
In port. The second officer of the gun.
boat waa hilled, but the others escaped.
Subsequently the cruiser shelled the-hilly
portion of the town. The extent of the
damage le not stated.
The town meant In the foregoing dls
patch la evidently 'Afcebah. a fortified
village on the east side of the Gulf of
Akaabh. near lta northern exteremlty.
The significance of the dispatch Is that H
Indicates that the Italians, meeting with
unexpected opposition In Tripoli, have
carried out their threat to attack the
enemy's actual country from the Red
Bock Island Shop
Men Will Strike
CHICAGO. Nov. T.-The sprsad of the
railroad shopmen's strike to the
Central of ' Georgia railway and tbe
calling of a strike on tbe Rock Island are
matters of only a few daye, according to
J. W. Kline, president of the Interna
tional Brotherhood of Blacksmiths and
"I am going to Macon, Oa.. tomorrow
night for a final effort to adjust Central
of Georgia matters," he said.
"Matter on the Rock Island are near
Three dollar hats
with a five dollar look
that a hat can possibly,
have which, by the way,
cannot be worth five dol
lars in any hat.
These cost $ $ $
CUKt A OSLO IK OMt OAT,
The more you look elsewhere, the better we like it,
if finally you examine our merchandise.
The unequnled volume of our business gives ua all the
advantage over others that we ask.
Judged on equal terms with other clothing, there can.
be but one choice.
And the better judge YOU are, the mare certain WE
are of your decision.
$15 to $150
a erlsls. The rotes of the various crafts
pn acceptance or rejection of the pro
posals of tha company has been ngatnat
the company's terms and thla actually
amounts to a strike vote."
tier Shot by Playmates,
BHISTOW, la. Nov. 7. (Special.)
Francis Bnlffln, youngest son of B. W.
Snlftln Is lying fatally wounded In a
Waverly hospital and Wlllard Coddlngton
and Dewey Welcher are being held to
await the outcome of his Injury. The
boy was ahot through the abdomen by
Coddlngton or Weloher, who were bunt
ing and who accidentally fired In the
boy's direction. There la little hope of
the child' recovery,
Is the Road to
A strong, whole
some novel which
continues the for
tunes of the hero and heroine
of Mr. Bennet's previous suc
cess, "Into the Primitive,'.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES
A. C. McCLURG ar CO., Publishers
New York CHICAGO Sao rrancieco
Make It a point to
elect your presents at
tbe atore widen baa
tbo best stock of dia
monds. The greatest
care la exercised in
buying gems for tbe
Edbolni atore, and our
patrons are always
sure of getting the fin
est quality In all dia
mond pieces. Now,
with Christmas lest
than seven weeks off,
one U thinking of pres
ents. We urce an early
visit to this store,
where a large assort
ment of diamonds and
Jewelry afford the
widest range of gift selection for
those who demand tbe best, with
and exclualvu individual tone.
Don't Mwetjr Huy Invest.
Sixteenth ami Harney.
Cverytody Has a Hobby
but HO.ne people ride theirs to
death, jsot so with our hobby.
11 e) MAKINli CA.NOY and our
lemiy iJepartmeni Is alive aud
The :lnest candy In the mlddlo
west ie InaJs in our ronrertionery
Uepartu ent under our direct upt;r-
Caady Fecials for WednesSay.
1'eanut brittle. I etlt
per pound sww
Sue "Princess Sweets"
Chocolates, per pound....
Pure Vermont Ms pie Uusr,4 r.
per nound i Oil
tVhool Lay Chocolates,
(A College Tannant with
( I'acked In One and Two round
Many other klnda. Including the
kind you like.
MEYEKS-MLIiOX I!U U tt,
lath aoa raraaxa Bta.
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
$15 to $30
& Co. i50X
A beverage that
should have a part
in the household
Its tonic and food
properties are a
. BLATZ COMPANY
Pbonei peagLne eeea
TOSvTgJs Ci GfrJM& CtOnrg
$1.00 heavy, well made Clothes:
Basket, .peclal ase
Vermont or Ohio Maple Sugar,
per lb ise
Imported Macaroni, assorted,
per pkg lao
6 lb. pkg. fresh Pancake piour
t pkgs. Corn KlakeM 8Se
3 cane Nabob Mouna Boo
t iakee Magiu Washer Simp
for , ase
fresh Vegetable ana roi
"wi , ' : . n .... w
eanuts, fresh roasted, qt. Se
:resh Pulled Visa. In glaxs and
Cooking rKH, per lb Oe
( stalkx Celery toe
Strawberries to arrive 8at
Batter, Bggs and Cheese Dept.
Our bent Country Kuter. In
sanitary Jara, per lb... SSe
''Lotus'' Creamery Butter, in
i-artonn, lb. , gee
Itnmrtstic Swiss Cheese, lb. ase
Imported Kuquefort Cheese.
t-elery Kellsh or Chow Chw.
er iiuart ,...,,...,100
323 QtUMjk (tvwV
ABOVE ALL III QUALITY
FOR HOME CONSUMERS
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