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f HE. OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 29, 19Y.
During This Coining Week Only
We are going to make a
On Leading and Standard Makes of Watches
Here is the one great opportunity during this Fall
to become acquainted with our exceptional and thorough
ly organized buying and selling power..
kford or Illinois movement. 7 7C
; Ak-Sar-Ben Sale price ,P 1 D
Ladles' O-size watch, Elgin nickel movement, fitted in a 14-carat
25-year solid gold-filled plain or band-engraved
case. Regular price $20; Ak-Sar-Ben sale price..
Ladies' Elgin or Waltham O-size movement, fitted in a twenty-year
solid gold-filled, plain or hand-engraved case. (1 A AA
Regular price $18.00; Ak-Sar-Ben Sale price. .... 1 U.UU
An Exceptional Offer in 21-jewel Watches A $40 Watch for $21.75
Gentleman's 16-size watch hunting case, plain or hand-engraved
designs, fitted with a Rockford or Illinois 21-jewel movement.
These movements are all solid nickel; ruby, sapphire jewels, pat
ent regulator and double sunk dial. We guarantee the movements
to keep time within 30 seconds per month. Remem- Ani HE
ber the regular price, $40; Ak-Sar-Ben Sale price, Vwlil O
Gentleman's 12-size watch Elgin i7-Jewe!, nickel, patent regulator
movement fitted in a 25-year solid gold-filled 14-carat hunting
case. Regular price $30.00; Ak-Sar-Ben Sale pj QZL
price jj 1 I O0
Gentleman's 16-size hunting case watch 20-year, solid gold-fllledA
plain or hand-engraved case, fitted with a high grade 17-jewel '
Elgin, waltham, Rockford or Illinois movement.
Regular price $28.50
Gentleman's 18-size watch, Elgin or Waltham 15-jewel, nickel pat
ent regulator movement, fitted in a 80-year hand-engraved or plain
case. Regular price, $16.50; Ak-Sar-Ben Sale JQ yr
Gent's Watch A fine timekeeper, Hampden movement, 17-jewel
nickel patent regulator movement, fitted in a nickel sil- pjp
ver case. Regular price $13.50; Ak-Sar-Ben Sale price P I O
All the movements we guarantee for five years, and keep them,
in repair free.
COMPARE THESE OFFERS.
LET US EXPLAIN THE VARIOUS POINTS.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR REAL GUARANTEE.
When in Omaha Be Sure and Take Advantage
of This Offer.
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201-208-205-207 South 16th St.
Opposite Brandeis Stores.
Reliable Furs at Reasonable Prices
Largest selection and best values in fur. sets and coats to be found
in Omaha. It. wjlj cost, you nothing to look Wd will surely save you
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H. E. HUBElRMANN
f . FURRIER ' - ' i
No. 9 Continental Block.
Take Elevator to Second Floor.'
N. E. Cor. 15th and Douglas Ste.
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The Doctor's Answers on
Health and Beauty Questions
y SB. XJEWIB BAXSB
The questions answered below are general
In character; the symptoms or diseases are
given and the answers will apply to any
case of similar nature.
. Those wishing' further advice, free, mav
address Dr. Lewis Baker, College Bldg!,
College-Ellwood 8ts., Dayton, Ohio, enclos
ing self-addressed, stamped envelope for
reply. Full name and address must be giv
en but only initials or fictitious nan.e will
be used in my answers. The prescriptions
can be filled at any well stocked drug store.
Any drug-gist can order of wholesaler.
"Amino Wife" OI t to It tmrpa of the
j following In water en hour before each meal and
' your child -will toon be cured of bed-wetting:
, Comp. fluid balmwort, 1 01. ; tincture eubebs, 1
I dram; tincture rout-aromatic, 2 drama.
I "La Ro" write: "For many yean t bar
j eufferad with stomach and bowel trouble which
!naa been caused by a severe ease of catarrh. My
blood Is alio In poor condition. What can be
done for met"
, Answer: If you follow the directions' glrtn
below you wtll aoon be well and strong again.
I Obtain tb following from any well-stocked drug
i ttore and mix by shaking well, then take a tea
poonful four time dally: Syrup sareaparllla
I comp. 4 ore,, comp. fluid balmwort, 1 oi., fluid
1 ext. Buchtt, f ox. I7e In connection with this
the following local treatment : Oat a I-oc. pack
age of antiseptic rilane powder and make a ca
tarrh balm by mixing one ounce of lard or Yaws
line with a lerol Uaepoonful of the powder and
net la the nostril daily. Alao make a wash of.
on pint of warm water and one-halt teaapoonfnl
of Vilane powder and ua two or three timet a
day until (be nostrils are thoroughly cleansed
and your trouble will ooa be gone,
"El ale II." wrltee: "I hare coch abort,
stringy., atraggllng hair and my scalp la foil of
dandruff. Please advise what to do."
Answer: The best adrto I can offer il sim
ple: Got at a well stocked drug store a 4 oi.
jar of plain yellow minyot, direction accompany
ing, and use It regularly. It promotes a healthy,
"rigorous growth of hair and cures dandruff, Itch
ing scalp, lusterleas hair and stops falling hair.
If the hair Is harsh and straggling It restores a
soft, fluffy appearance, and bring back the in
tense natural color..
"HaieU" says: "I would certainly appreciate
something that would Increase tuy weight, and
take away that lagguld feeling which I am sub
ject to most of the time. My blood I weak and
watery and my appetite Is poor."
Answer: Tow condition I Terr easily orer
eome If yon . will follow tb directions siren be
low. Ask your druggist for three-grain hyps
auclan tablets and take according to the dlrst
tlons and your weight wtll Increase. These tab
let promote assimilation, absorption and std di
gestion,' transform the complexion and figure.
They are prescribed by physician and are per
fectly harmless. They should be taken regularly
for several months and you eaa depend upon
gaining flevh and that languid feeling will ru
tin completely. , -
"D. B. O." writes: "My rheumatism Is get
ting worse all ths time. I am getting as stiff
that It makes It very hard for m to get around."
Answer: Do not worry about your rbeamstlsa
as that can be easily cured by using the follow
ing: Get at the drug store the Ingredients named
and mix thoroughly and teke a teessoooful at
meal time and again at bed. time and you will
soon be entirely cured of that disagreeable dl.
ease, rheumatism. Purchase I drams of Iodide of
potassium, one-half ounce of wine of colchlcum;
drama of sodium salicylate; 1 os. comp. fluid
Nimwori; i os. comp. eesence cardlol: and t ess.
of syrup sarsapartlla. This has cured thousands
ana I am sure It will cure you.
"Musician" asks: "Can you tell me how to
orercoms a bronchial trouble which manifests
Itself after singing, by a tickling in the throat,
hoarseness and a slight cough f
Answer: Obtain a bottle of essence tnsntho
laxene and use it pure, or make Into a cough
syrup by moxlng with ordinary granulated sugar
syrup of honey. Directions for use and how te
make accompany the package. It makes a full
pint of effective pleasant cough syrup and cures
au tnroat ana Bronchial trouble
"Mr. Q. B." write: "I suffer a great deal
with stomach disorders. Heavy feeling after eat-
ms, uearc paipiiauon. wind and gaa on stomach,
etc. Am rsstiea and Irritable. Afraid to sat i
Beany meal, sometime great sain. I fear ap-
Amnrer: The neglect of constipation and Indi
gestion Is the most freouent cause of aBoendlcltls
It 1 better to prevent than te cure by an oper-
uu. i aovisa mat you ODtain tablets trloptip
tlne and take according to directions accompany
ing sealed carton. They are pink, white and
blue to be taken morning, noon and night re
spectively, i think many ease of appendicitis
coma o prevent w by using trlopeptlne Intelli
gently. e e e
"Sirs. C. C" write: "Can yo prescribe a
.ionic tor on who 1 sleepless, nervous, hysteri
cal, una ana getting thinner. Have little appe
tite and am reetleas day and night".
Answer: The following If used for several
weeks will gradually' restore and strengthen your
nervous system: Compound syrup of hypophos
phlUe, S oss.; tincture cadomene, 1 os. (not
wuwiwai. mil, sua weit na take . a tea
spoonful before each meal.
"Ml C. K." writes: "I am burdened with
too much fat and would like a sat treatment
Answer: I would not recommend the ordinary
tablet and pills for obesity, but hero Is a quick
acting formula that accomplishes big fat reduc
tions and never censes 111 feeing. Arsraatlo
elixir t ois., glycol arbolene 1 ex. Shake well in
a bottle and take a taaapoonful after each meal
for three daya Double the dose thereafter. Con
tinue several week or month a the case may
e e , '
"Poor H." write: "My health 1 very poor,
on acount of a long standing constipation. I
hav nsed pills or something all the time. Can
yon prescribe something to take that will cure
chronlo constipation T"
Answer: Qmetlpatlon I probably the cause
of more Illness than any other thing. Most rem
edies only relieve the tron6le snd never cur I
slwsvs prescribe three -grain sulpherb tablets
(not sulphur tablets, and hav found them most
reliable and gradually curative. They act pleas
antly and tone up tn bowel and liver while
purifying the blood.
FLASH OF WARAT BANQUET
Webster and Brown Take Issue with
GEN. WOOD'S PLAN FOR ARMY
Wnli Train More Men to Be Sol-
ell ere, Do Awiy with Small
Posts and CeetralUe the
Gilbert M. Hitchcock. Nebraska's
Junior senator, opponent of the arbitra
tion treaty that was killed In the United
States senate, cast International peace
prophecies at a banquet at thb Omaha
club Friday, at which Major General
Leonard Wood, chief of staff of the
United States army, was honors truest,
and was sharply, though not directly,
criticised by his colleague. Senator Nor
ris Brown, and General John I Wte fa
ster, the toastmaster, for preaching peace
and voting- for war.
Philosophers have dreamed of peace,
but wars are the history of man. How
ever, I am one who believes war is going
to be eliminated." said Senator Hitch
cock. "The people of England are rul
ing almost as absolutely as do the peo
ple of America. Russia has Duma.
A reform party has arisen In Turkey.
Portugal's king has been expelled. The
Reichstag of Germany has taken more
and more power from the kaiser. There
Is a tendency all over the world toward
self-government, and with the coming
of self -government in ail nations war will
Senator Hitchcock's speech followed an
address by General Wood, In which he
advocated tae military training of a
larger force of men and denounced the
policy of retaining men In the regular
army for thirty years or more. . The
senator sought to refute the general's
Peace Not Yet at Hani.
General Webster's criticism came
promptly and Senator Brown's followed,
none the less effective because delivered
In polite and polished language.
"In 3,500 years we have had but 250
year of universal peace," said the toast-
master. "And It may be but a question
of time before the colored races of men
may make war on the whites. I believe
In a strong government and a strong
army to support It" (
Senator Brown said that while such
men as General Wood had been "work
ing," saying nothing about war or
peace, had built railroads and indus
trialized the possessions of the United
States, the legislative branch of the gov
ernment had, like Senator Hitchcock, Just
Referring to the arbitration treaty,
which the Junior senator opposed, Sen
ator Brown-said that while these- men
who fought and defeated the measure
were not "objectors to peace, they ob
jected to this plan of securing It."
These objectors to the plan, pretending
to favor peace, defeated the measure by
two votes. Senator Brown then at
tributed to Senators I.orlmer and Dixon
the credit of casting the two votes that
defeated the bill. r
A policy approximating universal mili
tary service for American men was
advocated by Major General Wood in an
address in which he maintained that our
regular army could be utilized as an In
struction corps, its o'fficers as permanent
teachers with the male population of arm-
bearing age as pupils, much In the manner
employed by the republic-of Switzerland.
An army of 600,000 trained men Is neces
sary, the general believes, to protect our
frontiers In case of a war which may
come at any time "like a bolt out of the
blue, with an act - of war the only
declaration of war."
"We want to use to the best advantage
the highly trained and intelligent officers
we have," said General Wood, referring
to his plan of training soldiers, "ad 1
think I can put the matter up to you
on a business basis.
"It costs about $1,000 a year to maintain
a soldier. Instead of keeping a man in
the service for thirty years and retiring
him on a pension of $67.50, wouldn't 11
be better to train seven or eight men At
little additional cost and then turn them
back to civil pursuits? We would en'.ist
men for seven years, four years to be
spent fi active service and three as a
By proper supervision of the tralnir.s
of the militia General Wood believes thit
after a while the number of men fit trr
active service In case of war could be in
creased from about 90,000, the strength
of our standing army, trf at least 600,000
with 35,000 or 40,000 officers.
Explaining the plans or the staff the
general faid It was the Intention to spend
the $7,000,000 or $8,000,000 appropriated for
th maintenance of the militia In a man
ner that would make the mllltlamnn
"thoroughly efficient." To do this he
would extend the Instruction in rifle
shooting and military practice and com.
mission graduates of good military
General Wood said that many military
posts will have to be abandoned, and
that while most of the posts in the
middle west will be given up the read
justment will leave a few. Three Strang
garrisons on the Atlantic border, two or
three on the Pacific and about as many
In the middle west Is what will result
from the readjustment, believes the gen
eral. . i .
The chief-of-staff believes we "are
likely to find ourselves in a war that is
a real war" and since we ."have never
met a first class power prepared for war'1
the outcome would be In doubt
In case war broke out now there would
be a 'perfectly ridiculous panic,' ind
while we would "probably win," to make
the outcome sure the nation needs jiore
trained meil and a scheme of centraliza
tion that would permit of quickly mobiliz
ing the army on the threatened frontier.
General Wood will spend today Inspect.
Ing Forts Omaha and Crook. He will
simply Investigate the forts, spending no
time in reviewing the garrisons. At 4:1(1
o'clock this afternoon he will leave for
Fort Robinson and from there will go to
NEW TORK, Sept K.-Poslng as a
daughter of Governor Foss of Massachu
setts, wife of various wealthy men and
doing other bold acts, a girl in her early
twenties swindled Boston and New York
firms of several thousand dollars' worth
of finery, according to a confession, the I
police declare she made today. She had
represented that her name was Frances
Hollander, child of wealthy parents and
a pupil In a Baltimore convent
Her "baby stare" bespoke this role, but
according to the alleged confession she
was better acquainted with the reform
school at Lancaster, Mass., than with the
Baltimore convent and had a string of
a half a dozen aliases.
Detectives found fifty expensive gowns
at a well known hotel where the girl had
been staying. Upon this dlscoverey the
Is alleged to have made her confession.
ULSTERITES SHOW FERVOR
Three Thousand Sing National
Anthem Following Speeches.
DETERMINATION IS APPARENT
Report Made that Third of Officers
in British Army Ready to Re
alm and Lead l later
JOKERS CHANGE CHECK ON
TRUNK OF BRIDAL COUPLE
IDA GROVE, la., Sept 28.-(Speclal.)-When
D. Wi Middlesworth of Mt. Ayr
left here with his bride, nee Mable Reed,
the Village Jokers changed the checks on
their trunk, and put them on an empty
trunk going to Denison. The result was
that when the bride and groom reached
Des Moines they had an empty trunk In
stead of their own and had to give up a
two weeks' wedding trip. The railroad
will be asked for heavy damages, and the
railroad In turn will prosecute to the
limit the guilty ones if they can be found
Key to the Situation-Bee Advertising
BELFAST, Sept. 28.-The singing of
the national anthem by a crowd of 3,000
persons, comprising every organization
of Belfast's great Industrial, mercantile,
civil and religious community last nls'ht,
brought to a close a great antt-home rule
meeting In Ulster hall amid a fervor
which was not equalled even by the anti
home rule convention of 1892. The meet
ing renewed the adoption of the resolu
tion passed at that convention protest
ing against a home rule parliament fur
The supreme dramatic moment of the
memorable gathering tonight was the un
furling and presentation to Sir Edward
Carson, the chief propagandist against
home rule, of the flag carried by King
William at the battle of Boyne. The
flag was greeted with frenzied cheering,
contrary to expectations.
No new pronouncement of unionist pol
icy was made at the -meeting. The Ul
ster watchword Is "We will not have
home rule," but none of the various
speakers nor letters of the Influential
unionist leaders attempted to reveal the
plan of resistance if such a plan exists,
should King George sign tho home rule
Leasj Talk of War.
In comparison with the demonstrations
held elsewhere during the last week the
absence of talk of armed resistance was
noticeable. Also there was less display
of the military spirit today In Belfast.
The day, however, gave a remarkable
Illustration of Ulster's determination not
to accept home rule, expressed In an or
derly and enthusiastic manner which can
hardly fail to provide the government
with food for serious reflection.
The Weekly Outlook tonight makes the
startling announcement that one-third of
the officers in the British army are
Irishmen, that over 90 per cent of these
are Union Protestants and that they are
now considering how to resign their com
missions in order to lead Ulster in arms
against home rulo.
Hours before the time set for the meet
ing a vast crowd had congregated about
Ulster ha'll. In the absence of the duke
of Abercorn, who was unable to attend,
Lord Londonderry presided. Among
those on the platform were Sir Edward
Carson, the marquis of Salisbury, Baron
Willoughby Debroke, Lord Charles Bere-
ford, the earls of Kllmorey, Clanwilllam,
Erne and Leitrlm and Frederick E.
Smith and many other unionist members
"Premier Asqutth and John Redmond
(loud hooting) will learn," said Lord
Londonderry, "that Ulster Is not bluf
fing. The covenant will be something
that they cannot ignore."
Many letters from, prominent unionist
leaders were read expressing sympathy
with the objects of the meeting.- Andrew
Bonar Law, the unionist leader In tho
House of Commons, wrote:
"Victory, In my opinion, Is certain
As the leader of the largest party In the
House of Commons I am In, a position
to assure the people of Ulster that In
this struggle they do not stand alone,
but can rely upon the support of the
whole unionist party."
There was a dramatio scene when Sir
Edward Carson arose to speak. The en
tire audience stood and cheered him for
several seconds and then burst into the
refrain, "For He's a Jolly Good . Fel
Some Unusual Gifts
BEVERLY, Mass., Sept 28.-Presldent
Taf t motored to Maiden today to' become
the guest of the city and to. help it cel
ebrate home-coming week. He returned
to Beverly tonight a richer and happier
man. He brought bac with him one
sweater, one pair of rubber boots, one
pair of golf shoes, one pair of suspenders,
one sliver loving cup, several Jars of
honey, many bunches of roses and a big
box of candy for Mrs. Taft. He brought
back also the conviction that not in
many months has he appeared before
crowds that were more demonstrative.
He made three short speeches.
The president left Beverly Just after
luncheon and at Lynn picked up Sen
ator Lodge. It was at the Maiden In'
dustrial exposition that the city played
Santa Claus to a president The presi
dent spoke on Ferry Way green to a
crowd that cheered his words with vigor
Later he made a short talk In the Audi-
lorium ana wouna up tne aay with a
visit and a third talk to members at the
PROMINENT MAN HELD ..
PENDING ROBBERY PROBE
CEDAR FALLS, la., Sept 28.-Reputed
to be worth $30,000 and one of the best
known citizens of Cedar Falls, C. J. H.
Murphy was arrested today after a
spectacular pursuit and Is being held,
pending an investigation of his actions
early this morning when he was found
in the offices of an Implement dealer who
asserts that the Bafe was robbed.
Employes returning unexpectedly to the
office found the door barred, but through
the widows saw Murphy run toward ihe
stairs leading to the second story. The
frightened man reached the roof and
jumped to an adjoining building and
descended to the ground where he was
Murphy's Integrity has heretofore never
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