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Till: BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, .NOVhiMMhJK lu, i:ui.
An example of the en refill select ion
made by our shoo liuycr itV the neiit-
eft nnd liaiidsoiuest shoe
flicwn at h modest a price.
Velvet with all it- natural rieh
ness, cleverly faKhioiied into foot
wear, adds much to the effective
ness of nny costume.
The shoe illustrated at the right per
sonifies that short, stubby Appearance
which is so popular this season.
Boots in tan, dull and patent leather
with a smartness nnd style that appeals,
to the faultlessly attired woman.
We havo girlnl shops with
1518-1520 FARNAM STREET
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. ATTACK HOUBLY
(Continued from First Pace.)
f ammunition before reiutnlns tlm al
lude. The lattor kwt heavily yesterday
without greatly damaging tho enemy,
and today suspended operation!. The
Americana, Germane and British 'have
landed marine to protect the consulates,
where the foreigners have gathered.
Forelaner art safe,. Women and chil
dren have loft the threatened dlstrli'ts
and the Americana have found protec
tion In the coniulata grounds, Tbe
marines and blueJarkoU have landed
from the United State cruiser New
In Hhanghul the. situation becomes seri
ous. The Imperial kovm nment has, obso-
Clean floors and
doors with i
Add a little Gold Dost to
your scrubbing water, and you
can clean your floors, doors'
and woodwork in a jiffy. Cold ,
tzz such a superior cleanser
that it does the hardest nart of
the work, and requires littlo
scrubbing. It does the work;
you simply aid it.
Cell Dsst will do the work
tetter than loap or any other
cleanser, making your wood
work look like new.
For cleaning anything and
everything about the house
nothing is so quickly effective
3 Csld tZZL It's the cleans
ing marvel of the age!
old in 6a
aia I v--Kr' J -A
ack- JM V m
and larg pack
gee, 1 ha lar.
greater economy, -
"Ul tAe COLD DUST TWINS Jo your work"
Parhapa Oa;aba baa never aeen
a mure biauilful collection of
mantle, parlor and library clocks
than we are now uhowing. These
are dreaaeU In tho finest erainej
uabogauy, colored to harmonize
witb the test mahogany furniture.
Their e!z la auch that they oc
cupy but lUUe apace lu any room,
oa mauUe, table or desk, and )ct
arc vonfcptcuoua because of tbelr
Attractive beauty. Tbey are ac
curate time piece with tbe beet
worki. They make excellent glft
aelectlobt, and are curtain to de
lifbt tbe redjiieiit.
2ua't Merely Itujr Invest
HiJiieuth and Harney.
vc have ever
lutely disappeared and tho fcrelffn coun
sels are unable to rrcoirnlxe the self
constituted government which, however,
la maintaining order except across the
river wherev the Ilrltlsli warehouses art
situated. These were looted this morn
ing. The l;cal police fled on the ap
proach of tha rioters.
The revolutionists hold the telegraph
offices on the lower Yang Tie and soma
of these offices have been closed. Their
managers absonnded, taking with them
what ensh they had on hsnd. The revo
lutionary government Is now taking the
Incoming funds from othor telegraph and
cable stations, which are being operated
but a difficulty will arise when they
come to settle with the cable companies
and to pay the Interest and Installments
on the foreign mottcojres.
The government la Bow reported to be
Anarchy at Chang ftha.
CHANO sua. Province of Hunan,
China, Nov. 1. (Via Shanghai. Nov.
A condition bordering on anarchy exists
here, owing to the desperate rivalry of
the revolutionary IcndeY. who tiok pos
session of th city a few days ngo. The
two most prominent republican chieftains,
(Ivnerala Chlao and Tseng, were both
rnuidored by soldiers today. They hnd
been very jealous of rach other's posi
tions and tholr quarrels had bcon taken
un by their followers.
tn an effort to control the situation
Tan Tsuan, the republican governor, has
been proclaimed dictator. Hut he Is a
Bcholar and not a leader and Is reported
as nnxloua to escape tho responsibility.
Ills family has left Chang Hlta and some
of the membeii of the provincial abl
mt, Including the head of the customs
and the foreign minister have fled. Itlot
Ing and Indiscriminate fighting are
feared and the people are dreaming to
the country districts.
Foreign women and children have beea
orieied to Uave lun Tan and a similar
order hs been sent to Chang Te. Other
cities in this province have Joined the
revolt but in all of them th government
has rtmulned In control.
Two Women and Baby
Aro Burned to Death
Near Sioux City
PIOl.'X CITT. la.. Nov. .-(Special,
Telegram.) Kerosene on a breakfast fire
ausvd an explosion In the home of John
lavle, u farmer, living southeast of here,
resulting In the death of Mrs, Inls,
their l-niontha-old baby boy. and Mrs!
l.uolnda Hodge. Mrs. Davis' aunt. A
Syear-old girl was raved by neighbors.
Mr. Davis was out huiklng corn. Mrs.
Davis was It years old.
Will ef f ather Kelly Piled.
KORT DODUK. la.. Nov. . -(Special.)
Rev. U. J. Kelly, late of Dunoombe,
named Father 1 J. O'Connor of Sioux
City executor of bis estate, In his last
will tind testament. He bequeaths .:' 000
apiece to a brother nnd sister In Ireland,
H0t to Mary McUouRh of Duncotnlie, M
to anothrr brother In the old rountrv
i(Xl o a brother In New Jersey and the
rsnialn.l.r to the church, the amount be
Key to tho Situation-Hce Want Ada.
How To Always Have
(New York Fashion letter.)
It Is not how much attent'on you give,
but rather the kind of treatment you
employ, that insures the youthful tint
arid vehety softness and clearness to
the skin, which are the "car marks" of
the perfect complexion.
liy dissolving a small ' original pack
age of mayatone In a hulf-plnt witch
hatcl you will have an excellent lotion
for cleansing the skin of local Impurt
ties andg!vlng to the complexion a rich
embellishment. This lotlun, gently mas
saged Into the skin until It vanishes,
graduilly removes pimples, blackheads
and fine lines, and you will have a skin
that Is divinely rich In Its vlrrln purity,
eaul!te texture and fatclnatlng tint. Wo
powder or rouge la necessary when the
mayatone lotion Is being used. Adv.
i I (
f 9J yO
IOWA TEACHERS AT CAPITAL
Over Five Thousand Enroll for the
SIDE BLOW AT ATHLETICS
(ollesre Department Itesalres o
-More Tin lie Ipral on Spnrta
The on Any One
(from a Btaff Correspondent )
UBS MulNKH, la., Nov. .-( Special Tel
cgiam uvtr 6.000 thousand educators
enrolled for the annual Htute Teachers
association which commenced Its fifty-
eevertth ses.-lon thH eehlng. The addrers
of Proslilcnt J'rorl Maliannah of Mason
lily, wes delivered In the Coliseum In
which he discussed the needs of the rural
schools and advocated more normal
schools, more support for normal Instruc
tion In high schools and addltlonul In
spectors to sld In bettering the rural
schools. This was followed by an address
by President Frost of Hcrea college, Ken
tucky on "Pioneering in the southern
The nominating committee was ap
pointed this afternoon o choose officers
for next year. Rut the membership of
the committer at no divided among
the different Interests that It seems
probable a fight for control of the as
sociation will bo carried to the floor
tomorrow. The women members have
been organlxed to Insist upon' the elec
tion of a woman for president.
Prior to the general association meet
ing departmental mfctlng- were held,
nnd In the college se tlon nthletlra were
soverly conomnd nod a call was made
for all collega men to get together and
Insist upon reform so that no more time
can be given to athletics In college work
than to any one study. A recommenda
tion to that effect will be adopted by
the colleg department.
In the deportment of elementary edu
cation, Prof. Mi Murray of New York
.vcrely criticised superintendence and
supervlMlon as It Is practiced and started
a movement for an entirely" different
schema of supervision. The ducatlonat
rptmcll approved of plans for changes in
the laws so that the office of school
treasurer be abolished and more nearly
a township unit of organisation be ad
opted for the rural schools. It also fa
vorod abolition of the Independent dis
tricts. The legislative committee recom
mended that the term of office of tho
state superintendent be extended to four
years and his salary be Increased, also
that the Ptata Hoard of Education be re
organized. Mother of Accused
KORTHWOOP, I., Nov. 8-Mrs. Doug
las Ilhodcnbaugb, mother of Mrs. Etta
Larson, accused of attempting poisoning
of her father, took the witness stand In
the trial of her daughter In the district
court hers this afternoon She positively
Identified the totters said to hava been
written to Marlon Rodenbaugh by Mrs.
Larson In which threats were made, if
the girl told that she had been ordered
to put poison In Rodonbaugh's food.
J. W. Mullican of Ht. Paul, a handwrlt
Ing expert, took the stand preceding Mrs,
Rodenbaugh, and testified that the let
ters wera the handwriting of Mra. Larson.
Oh recrosa examination this morning,
Marlon Rodenbaugh testified that she
had attempted to poison both her parents
sit different times, dating from the fall
of 1905. fihe said these attempts were
made at tha Instigation of her sister.
ROBBERS ATTEMPT TO
STEAL TWO-TON SAFE
8IOUX C1TV, la.. Nov. I.-Robbers
attempted to carry off a two-ton safe
In tha bank at Houth Bloux City. Neb.,
In a stolen grocery wagon this morning,
but failed and contented themselves by
stealing a hew typewriter left for trial.
The safe contained about ll.WK).
FIGURES REVEAL MAJORITIES
(Continued, from K-lrst Page.)
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(Rhp.) tDein )
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IKxUe . .
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Fifty count ls
BIG SALE BEGINS MONDAY
Miller, Stewrrrt A Beat a. Am
oaaces Wewderfal Carlala
and Irasery Tatars.
Monday morning Miller. Stewart A
Beaton. 411-404-417 South Mxteenth street,
will begin a tremendous bargain sale of
iace curtains, drapeiiea, curtain nets,
tortleres. etc., at slaughter prices. The
sale will open at I o'clock and will run
during the week, or until the special of
ferings are cloatd out. Tha bargain
quality of the sale U so startling tuat
the goods will not last lung. I'r;cet will
be given In The Ilea next 8unday. Watch
fur the big o4 then.
Work on Field
LINCOLN. Nov. .-Fie lat Tele
gram.) Active preparation for the com
ing battle with the Jayhawkers, which
will settle the championship vf the Mis
souri valley, was begun by Coach fitlehni
and his squad Thursday night with a
long slKnal practice. The Cornhusker
regulars did not Indulge In scrimmage,
hut Ktithm drove them through so long
and fat a signal prai tlee that the s'liiad
was weary when he finally called a halt.
Rejuvenated by a ren of lour days
after a series of four gruelling battles,
the Cornhuskers dashed through the plays
with more "pep" than they have dis
played In some time and the coach was
highly pleaded. The siuad did not at
tempt any new formations Thursday
night but spent considerable time In drll
on plays which have been recently devised
by Ntelbm. After the formations al-ready
given out are thoroughly mastered,
fitolhm will spring a few more new ones
for the Jayhawkers, and It Is quite prob.
able will hold secret practice next week
llhoujh the Nebraska mentor Is not
much of an advocate of closed doors, lie
has had but one secret practice this sea
Very littlo stock Is being placed In the
continued bear stories from Kansas, and
Nebranka expects a bard game. Tate
Matters of Omaha was again assisting
with the linemen Thursday night, and
fter the practice Matters and Stleh-n
ndulged In a little drop-kicking con-
t for the "championship of Omaha."
Matters dropped two out of three while
Stlehm landed but one, so the champion
ship remains with the Omaha boy.
Class games begin tomorrow, with the
pi-eKmlnarles between tho sophomore and
freshmen and the Juniors and seniors.
LINCOLN HALL IS DEDICATED
(Continued from First Page.)
vldlng only that formal transfer await
the action of his successor. Governor
McOreary, and the next state legislature.
"There la hothlng So fascinating on the
one hand and nothing so difficult on the
other as the (racing by heredity of the
development of genius and real great
ness," said President Taft, beginning hla
"Perhaps," he continued, "this Is be
muse there are so. few Instances In his
tory that prompt the search. Tho, ex
planation of Lincoln and his wonderful
character from his origin nnd environ
ment Is almost as difficult as the ex
planation of Shakespeare; but the pas
tlon of the world' grows for more Inti
mate knowledge of his personality and a
deeper Inquiry Into the circumstances of
h!s wonderful life."
The president noted the appropriateness
of the memorial on the Lincoln farm
and went en saying:
"Few men have come into public
prominent who came Absolutely from the
soil as did Abraham Lincoln. It Is dif
ficult tq Imagine the lack of accommo
dation, comfort and necessities of life
that there were In the cabin In which he
was born. With an illiterate and shift
less father, and a mother "who, though of
education and force, died before he
reached youth, his future was dark In
deed. In the stepmother that his father
found for him, however, he had a woman
of strength and character and of edu
cation enough to assist him."
; Lincoln's lack of advantages for study
and the persistency with which he kept
up hie reading were touched lyon and
ho president continued, saying In part:
' "The almost squalor In which he passed
h'.s early Ufa made him familiar with
the sufferings, thoughts end sympathy
of the plain people and when he came to
great power Ills understanding of their
reasoning and of their views gave him an
advantage In Interpreting tholr attitude
which cannot be overstated.
Sympathy with Colored Ilace.
"Ills evident sympathy for tho colored
race, his roused sense of Justice In their
behalf of earnest passions to secure them
freedom and equality of opportunity had
their Inspiration In the sufferings and
limitations of hie own early lite.
"He was not alow, but he was cautious,
deliberate, attentive as befitted one who
Insisted on establishing every proposition
that he adhered to by original reasoning
from fundamental postulates. The, lucidity
and clearness of his thought manifested
Itself In the simplicity, directness and
clearness of Ma style. He had Imagina
tion and loved poetry. He had the rythm
of language, and thought purely, self
educated these circumstances, developed
a power of literary expression that the
world and eupeclally the literary world,
has come fully to recognise and enjoy.
"He was a lawyer and a good one. He
tudled hla cases hard and he prepared
his argument with the force and clear
ness that might iwve been expected from
one of his mentaVVnakeup. Ills mind was
luminous with trwth. His conscience was
governed by devotion to right and the
tenderness of his heart wax only re
strained by bta Intellect and his con
science. Greatest of Diplomatists.
"The story of his dealings with Mc-
Clellun, with the members of his
cabinet, and with others unconscious of
the great and genius heart with whom
they were In personal touch exasperates
the sympathetic reader and arouses a
protest that vents Itself In contempt to.
ward many of those who surrounded blm
nd yet did not measure the great nature
they were privileges to know. The diary
of hi cabinet officers show how under
his very nose, and generally with his
clear preceptlon of It, polltleul combina
tions were formed only to be dissolved
and fall harmless through the patient
tuct of this muster of men, this greatest
of diplomatists. .
"When be came to the presidency he
had only the experience of two terms In
the legislature, ona term In congress, of
the political discussions and debates In
an Interior districts, and of the great
debate with liouglas. He haA no train
ing at all In administration matters, and
when there was presented to him the
awful task which the threatened ex-ex-
Pest remeiiy for
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slon of the southern states represented,
he had to feel his way.
"Seward, having been beaten hy Un
coln by accident, as he conceived, and
feeling- himself better qualified for the
presidency, did not hejsltate to attempt
to usurp Lincoln' functions as president,
by distributing patronage In various de
partments until In that quiet, masterly
but humorous way, Lincoln took tha
relna and held them to the end. With
Saward, with Stanton, with Chase, he
had his trials.
With no knowledge of military atrate-ry
he developed out of his own study a
clearness of perception and a common
iienn view of the needs of tha army,
-lilch makes his letters models of strate-M-e
The key to success in buslnssa Is the
Judicious and persistent use of newspaper
under the most modern,
sanitary conditions by
skilled masters, in a
brewery as clean as
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Two Days cf
in Boys Clothing
Sixty-three years of experience in outfitting young men,
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$8.50 and $10.00 Values .$7.75
$12.50 and $15.00 Values $11.75
Exceptional assortment, plain and novelty cloths, sizea
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f.ladc to Order Coats and Dresses
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2 3 plain Lata ice JOc
Freab Kngllt Walnuta, per
J lb UOc
Black Walnut!, per peck.-IOc
oi Vermont or OtiV Maple Kiisar.
t isr lb 16o
er:nont Maple Ayrup, In glvaa
il at -3&o and 60a
ij Ktiis-'a "rSelf H a lu" Bu k-
wtieat. per pkg. 8o
ci l.ooo 1'. Pop Corn, year oja.
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