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THE BEE: OMAHA, ' THUlSlAYf OCTOBER 24, 1912.
IfCH SUITS AND COATS forBOY
rThis store solves the boys'
clothing problem. It unac-
Vquainted with our juvenile clothing,
:you will be agreeably surprised to
i find what fine suits and coats are on sale at $5
and $6 with "intrinsic"
value "plus" added
style for every dollar
you pay above these
Make the opportunities
of these better boys'
clothes a "reality" in
your next purchase.
Our clothing men are fairly wad
ing into the "largest stocks thoy
ever had charge of. They're righ;.
up on their toes with enthusiasm
,wlth the Ttluee the're able to of
fer In Suits, Overcoats and Re6f-
ra at averv little nrice from ?5
- up for Knickerbocker boys and lit
Chinchilla Overcoats are a spe
cialty. One number selling at 5
" u n-fil lined, has military col
lar, fcolors are gray, brown or
navy. Special 85.00
: Other numbers in chinchilla at
86.00. $7.50 88.50
You're' cordially welcome
Ott-of-town buyers may write
for illnotraled catalog.
1 1 LOCAL OPTION IS OPPOSEE
Presbyterian Mission Society Object!
to Shankland BiLL
ENJOIN THE DEGREE OF HONOR
Women In Petition Charge Certain
Ordinance Were Fat Into Effect
Illegally at Council Ulaffa
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1518-20 FAENAM STREET.
BEVERID6E SENDS CASH BACK
Indiana Senator Decide He Does Not
Want Money Sent by Perkini.
SPEAKS OF THEIR FRIENDSHIP
Incident with Reference to' Bolt
Mftoe Methods to Coma Before ,
Clapa Committee Today
WASHINGTON, Oot 23,-That Senator
Albert 1. Beverldgs of Indiana, returned
campaign contributions amounting to
177,000. sent to him by George W. Per
k'ns, IMward 1 McLean and' Gilford
Hnchot, was ths testimony of three wit
nesses examined today by . tha senate
campaign contributions committee.'
Mr. Perkins, when examined by . the
committee, declared he could remember
sending only $10,000 to '' Senator Bev
erldge, which wm" retujrned. Today's
testimony was to the effect that Sen
ator Beverldge received and returned
three checks, or drafts, each for $10,000.
Besides, $25,0C0 was received from and re
turned to Edward U McLean, Cousin
f Senator Baveridge, and either $2,600 or
$3,000 was returned to Glfford Plnohot
Larse A. WWtcomb, who had a law
office with Senator 3everldge In 19M;
John F. Hayes,- formerly Senator Bev
erldge's private secretary, and Leopold
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DBS JIOINES, la., Oct. 23.-8pecial
Telegram.) Opposition to the Shankland
bill to establish local option in Iowa, is
given vigorous expression In a resolution
presented before the twenty-ninth annual
convention of the Des Moines Presby
terlan Missionary society today. Fear
that the saloon Interests of the state will
regain lost ground in the state and that
the fight of years against the sale of
liquor In Iowa will be of no avail, If the
bill becomes a law. Is expressed In the
resolution. Provision is made for a peti
tion, to the legislature against tho bill.
Resolutions favoring the Kenyon-Shepard
bill, to prevent the shipment of liquor
from "wet" to "dry" states, were also
As a result of a slight split between
members of the Orand Lodge Degree of
Honor of Iowa and Us subordinate
lodges, an application was made to the
district court today for a temporary in
junction restraining the officers of the
main organization from putting Into ef
fect certain ordinances said to have been
passed Illegally at a meeting at Counoll
Bluffs last June.- The petitioners are
Lela Gray, Dora B. Grove, Belle Sides
and Sadie Crosy. The Grand Lodge De
gree of Honor of Iowa Is named as the
defendant. ' t '
. PR EC ,
This coupon Is good for a packacs
Of GAUSS COMBINED CATARRH
CURB sent free by mall. Simply fU
in name and address on dotted lines
Mow, and mall to C E. GAUSS, SZfi
Main 8tg Marshall, Mloh.
1:01 cm. li2Sn,ah 8:00 p-m. 10:47
Evsry Dy !
via Rock ' Island Lines,
G. Rothschild, 4 who was on the repub
lican executive committee In 1904, were
today's witnesses. Each of them testi
fied to having witnessed and signed
copies of the letters with which Senator
iBtoveridg returned the contributions.
Rothschild said that Senator Beverldge
showed him the drafts from Perkins
early In October before the election and
announced his Intention of returning the
money. Rothschild said he advised hold
ing the money until after election lest
the contributors be offended and that
Senator Beverldge concluded to do this.
The money was returned some ten days
after the election. ' v . . .
Letter In Evidence.
After the committee had adjourned for'
the ' day, Frank 3. Hogan, representing
tho progressive party In Washington,
gave out a letter which he said had
been telephoned him f mm the New York
office of Perkins and which purported to
be the letter of Senator Beverldge' re
turning the money sent him by Perkins.
The letter named no amount. It "read as
"Dear Old Man: Herewith I return you
untouched the splendid sum you so
generously sent me to help me In the
battle tJuirt won. It was noble of you,
George charaoteriaUo of your' great big,
noble heart; and I am grateful and ap
preciative beyond words to, express. I
could not use a cent of the magnificent
amount you placed at my disposal, and
so return It to you Intact.
Do not f eelv offended at this. My
cousin sent me a draft for $25,000 and I
returned the draft to him Just as I am
sending the enclosed back to you.
"Yflwe beautiful friendship, steadily
proved, as the years pass, Is very sweet
and dear to me.
"Give my regards to our mutual friend;
my love to the folks at home, and, be
lieve me always, with tenderest artec
tlon, as ever, ALBERT."
This letter, , Hogan, said, would be
presented to the committee tomorrow for
the record. . Perkins when he was on
the stand, was asksd to furnish the
committee wtlh any correspondence be
tween himself and Senator Beverldge,
and he agreed to do so.
While the committee expected to con
clude today and no further witnesses
were on hand to testify, a meeting will
be called tomorrow. Senator Pomerene
desires to pursue the Beverldge matter
further, and telegrams have been sent
to several witnesses asking when they
can appear. Senator Beverldge has wired
he cannot reach Washington berore bat
urda?. ' -
MODERN WOODMEN OFFICIALS
WILL APPEAL IOWA CASE
DES MOINES, la., Oct 28. -Attorneys
for the Modern Woodmen of America are
making arrangements to appeal from the
decision of Judge Bradshaw holding that
the Increased rate Is illegal. The appeal
will be perfected as soon as possible,
possibly before the end, of next week. .
' larva fters Notes.
BEIJjE PLAIN E Her body and face
gnawed by rats and mice until they
presented a BTewsome sight, Mrs. Anna
Stranscky, an aged widow, was - found
dead at her home here today. The old
ldv was last seen Saturday and it la
supposed her death was caused by heart
disease. . . - -
HARTWICK Grant Ostrom, one of the
prosperous farmers of this community,
was run over while lying on the track
and killed by a Chicago & Northwestern
passenger tralnMast night He was re
turning from Cedar Rapids when the ac
cident occurred. His widow and seven
children survive him.
WESLEY A - cablegram received here
today brought the news of the death of
Miss Anna Skow, a Baptist missionary at
Canton, China, where she had been sta
tioned for seven years. The cause of
death, which occurred October 1, was
not given. Miss Skew was the oldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Skow of
MARSIIALLTOWN While at a lunch
eon, Mrs. Gertrude Denmead. widow of
D. T. Denmead. late president of the
First National and First Trust and Sav.
lngs banks of this city, was stricken with
paralysis. She is not expected to live.
Mrs. Denmesd inherited a fortune of more
than $600,000 when her husband died
eighteen months ago. Three sons, all of
whom live here, survive her.
Repablle Steel Declares Dividend.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23. The Pn.,hii
Iron and Steel company today announced
a quarterly dividend of 1 per cent on
us preierrea stocK,
IOWA FALLS ELKS WILL
' DINE ON ROAST ELK
IOWA FALLS, la., Oct. 21-Speclal.)-Elk
steaks will be offered members of
that -fraternity as well as the public this
fall bcause of the Inability of the park
oommlBSloners to dispose of a surplus of
the herd that the board finds on its hands
In the Ellsworth zoo in this city. The
elk have Increased rapidly of late years
and the commissioners find that they
have more animals on hand than they
care to feed this winter. Falling in an
effort to dispose of the animals to other
cities and towns "wishing elk for their
parks, tha park board disposed of s.
head to J. W. Brown of this city, who
will fatten ' the animals and then offer
them to butchers in this part of the state
as a rarebit for their customers who are
partial to choice outs of elk meat
SMALL BOY SWALLOWS -
BULL MOOSE BUTTON
IOWA FALLS. la.. Oct 23.-(Soeclal.l-
A bull moose pin caused a serious com
motion In the home of Robert O. Fowler
when the 3-year-old child of Mr. Fowler
swallowed Ji emblem of the third party.
ine rather missed the inslgna of his
political faith and being told that tho
child had been playing with the emblem
he queried the child and was lnfnrmrf
that the missing button was in the child's
stomach. A physician was hurrlediv
called as "It was not known what effect
a bull moose button might have when
taken Internally, but the parents were re
assured that no serious complications
would result, as the evidence of political
belief was, harmless even when teken in
allopathic doses. .
CASE OF GIRL ABOUT TO
BE DEPORTED REOPENED
DES MOINESl Oct 23.-Rosa Prebrltll.
ova, the young Bohemian girl, was re
turned to Des Moines this morning by
8. L. Whitfield, the government In
spector, who yesterday started with her
to New York, where she was to have
The girl was broueht back in Dan
Moines as the result of Intervention on
the party of Congressman S. F. Prouty.
He believed the girl was betnir illeeallv
deported and his telegram to Secretary
Nagol of the Department of Commerce
and Labor resulted In her return to
The case will be reopened In the fed
FROM IOWA UNIVERSITY
IOWA CITY. la., Oct. 23.-Speclal.)
Officials of Mie United States War de
partment overlooked an act of congress
just passed when they assigned Lieu
tenant R. M. Mars of the Second United
States cavalry as commandant of tho
university's cadets at the state university
of Iowa. The new act does not permit
lieutenants who have not seen six months'
service over troops on the line to have
commandantshlps in universities. Lieu
tenant Mars has not as yet seen servlco
and notice of his withdrawal was re
ceived here today. lie wilt be stationed
at Fort Bliss, Ark. The new Iowa com
mandant has not been named.
If any one should ask you you can say without
any hesitation or reservation this IS A GREAT
Thursday we will give up our counters at the silk section to a display of Costume Velvets and
Cords. James and John Worrall are without peers as dyers and finishers every piece in our stock
passed through their establishment. The silk-faced Velvets and Cords and the pure Silk Dress Velvets
with few exceptions were finished in Lyons, France. Our own country has made wonderful progress of
late years and the best American products will also be represented.
Make no mistake your wardrobe will hardly be complete without OXE Velvet Dress at least.
Widths range from 19. inches to 42 inches. We pat ourselves on the back, for we saw it com
ing. We prepared for it more than six months ago, and you'll reap quite a benefit from our foresight,
for not only is it almost impossible to buy desirable velvets now, but prices have advanced amazingly.
So much for the Velvet situation.
Kji?1, " 'y" 1 ""''v ""?""
M.nife.-,.4.ilV ki Jills
He Stands Again at Armageddon
It's fair to assume that the
great human dynamo will soon
be working again. Regardless
of political preferences, we will
all concede "He's a wonder"--for
versatility and virility uij
matchable. We will sell Thurs
day the authorized Roosevelt
M J TT J l.-l. : 1? ;V niilnvn nrl Vi .1 in trnmrn
ring, at, each
Moosers, show your colors they won't last long.
Dome in the morning please.
3 Days More of the Special Price for
$2.00 for the making till Saturday night well
tailored and an expert at the Dress Goods section to
measure and fit you. We won't let you take it away un
less it FITS PERFECTLY.
Each year about this time we contrive to hold
AN APRON SALE
. Our purchases were lucky ones this season; as a
result, on Thursday on the Second Floor, there'll be a
great apron display "and some very special BARGAINS
(No abuse of the word bargains ever happens in our
Large Bib Aprons, trimmed embroidery, hemstitched,
also sheer India lawn, wide strings values 35c; Thurs
Round Percale Aprons with bib, bound with white tape,
usually 25c, at, each 19c.
And we have just opened up an importation of colored
aprons, made in Germany from a special cloth, unique
styles in the Kaiser's country durability is one cf the
prime essentials you get that in these prices, each,
from 50c to $1.00
The Orkney and Shetland Isles are famed the world
over for their
.What British mother, or daughter of such a mother,
fails to remember the shoulder shawls, spencers, etc.,
from dear old Scotia. Thursday we will 'have quite a
display on second floor. "The Bridge Jacket" is some
thing new warmth without too much bulk is character
istic of all these garments. Hand knit shawls, hoods and
scarfs and new nightingales.
Scotch, Irish and Yorkshire heavy Cloaking. Our
own importations. All the new weaves and colorings.
Buy a Butterick, then the cloaking and you'll be sur
prised how easily you can make the winter garment.
And What a Saving
Our whole center window is filled with Holiday
Handkerchiefs a wonderful display. Ask Miss Doyle to
show YOU the new initials and if you desire any em
broidery on linens or handkerchiefs, leave your orders
now. After November 1st cannot promise prompt holi
day delivery. Splendid picking now and great comfort
in shopping and only about
9 Weeks More to De Your Shopping
THREE BIG BATTLES
ARE IN PROGRESS IN ;
(Continued from Pag One.)
IOWA EASTERN STAR
MEETS IN CEDAR RAPIDS
CEDAK RAPIDS. la., Oct. 23,-The
thirty-fifth annual moating of the Iowa
grand chapter of the Eastern Star
opened here today with 1,200 delegates
present. The reports of the. officers
showed the order In a flourishing condi
tion. There are now 339 chapters and 34,200
members with an Increase of five chap
ters and 2,000 members during- the year.
Council Bluffs probably will get the
next meeting. The question of the loca
tion of the Eastern Star Masonic Home
will come up before this session.
three flotillas, one of which assisted In
the landing of Greek troops at Katerina,
on the Gulf of Salonikl; another is hold-:
lng Lemnos, and a third Is bombarding
the Turkish port of Prevesa. '
Kreeka Win Victory.
ATHENS, Oct !3.-The Greek army de
feated the Turkish troops this morning
beyond Elassona after a vigorous attack,
and the Turks are now retreating to the
town of Servia, according to a dispatch
from Crown Prince Constantlne of Greece,
commander-in-chief of the Greek army.
The crown prince telegraphs that the
Turkish army, composed of twenty-two
battalions of infantry tni six batteries
of artillery, was compelled to abandon
Its position and retire before the Greek
onslaught. The order has been given
for a general pursuit.
General P. Danglls, the commander of
the Greek army, sent a dispatch, to the
War office from the Turkish village of
Desanltsa, timed 9:30 last evening saying:
"Our troops have approached the Tur
kish position and remain there. Only
darkness stopped the battle, which will
be resumed tomorrow morning."
Kanianora Will Surrender.
BELGRADE Oct. l-News of the
capitulation of the Turkish town of
Kumanova Is momentarily expected here.
The third Servian army, despite the des
perate resistance of the Turkish forces,
has reached within striking distance of
As a result of yesterday's fighting the
Servians also gained command of the
river banks and marched onto the plain
of Kossovo, where, later In the day,
they captured Prlshtlna.
The Turkish troops, while retiring, de
stroyed several bridges. The capture of
the heights near the town of Novipasar,
after stubborn fighting, is regarded as
an Important suocess for tha Servians.
Extraordinary scenes are witnessed in
the towns and villages of Old Servia,
when they fall into the hands of the
Servian troops. The Invaders are greeted
with oDen arms and tobacco and re
freshments are pressed upon the sol
dlers by the Inhabitants, who place
everything they possess at the disposal
of the fighting men.
result to property due to the laying of
the main were received from several rest
dents.. The board placed the protests on
file. ... '. ... - - "
. Water Commissioner Howell reported
that the water company had erred in Us
figures somewhere, as $608.83 reported un
collected and due the water company, had
been collected, and that attempts by the
Water board's employes to collect the
same had brought forth receipts from the
Another thing that is troubling the
board Is the fact that 115 services supposed
to have been metered have no meter and
the consumers eay these meters were
taken out by the water company offi
cials. Mr. Howell will investigate.
Objects to Race Track.
County, Commissioner Harte appeared
to protest against the opening of a race
track near Krug park on land controlled
by the Water board. He said he lived
within twenty-five feet of the proposed
track and would suffer great damage.
P. C. Heafey, a member of the board, Is
Interested in the opening of the track,
being a member of the Gentlemen's Road
ster association, which requested the
lease of the property for a race track.
The matter was referred to a special
committee of three, consisting of Mem
bers Heafey and Sherman and Water
TO GROl'J HAIR
This Home Made Mixture Will Iro-
mote the Growth of Hair and
Atop It from Falling Oat.
To half a pint of water add: .
Bay Rum 1 os.
Barbo Compound a small box
Glycerine - M os.
Tliese are-all simple ingredients that
you can buy from any druggist at -rery
little cost and n.ix them yourself. Ap
ply to the scalp once a day for two
weeks, then once every other week until
all the mixture is used. A half Dint
should be enough to rid the head of
dandruff and kill the dandruff germs.
It stops the hair from falling out re
lieves itching ana scalp atseases.
Although It Is not a dye. It acts upon
the hair roots ana will darken streaked,
faded, gray hair in ten or fifteen davs.
It promotes the growth of the hair and
make haroh hair soft and glossy Ad
MORE LABORERS ARE WANTED
(Continued from Page One.)
Increase. The rules of business and the
laws of men are thus forever at variance
Some great leaders, like. Mr. Bryan, hold
that we should have competition and a
law . against combination, while others
hold, that we must have' regulated rnonop
oly as the rules that applied In the days
of simple Industry do not apply now. Tha
problem concerns the business men as
much as if does the producers and the
consumers, and It Is through such organ
ifations of business men like this you j
have here that the opinion and needs ol j
the business must be heard."
te often utnMd br oolsonoaecktarrb ffermdror-
nliurdowo from the nasi a. Knttdon'i thm nrltrlnal
a&affeDUliie Catarrhal Jelly quickly eootbea ttao
Inflamed tlfwues and heali tbo raw place Don,
delay t Now li tfcetlme toget Kondon'e. Bold b
oa.uw uri-reium eTerywnere. xoc ana wg aaai
terr tubes. 6amptjTHEE from ui now.
lasses Ws. Ceasany. UloausoU. Htna.
Nevada Land Open for Entry.
WASHINGTON, Oct -Commissioner
Dennett of the general land office today
ordered that 49,080 acres of unappropriated
land, excluded from the Humboldt na
tional foreet in Nevada last June, be sub
ject to homestead settlement on De
cember 30 and that 26,6So acres already
surveyed be opened to entry January 29
at Carson City. The lands are In Elko
HADLEY TALKS OF RECALL
(Continued from Page One.)
has been solved in that length of time,
and permanently solved, and that Is the
question whether we are to have a single
or double standard of currency."
Talks of Combinations.
The speaker then pointed out that In
the relation of business to government a
complicated question had arisen in the
matter of combination of Industries.
"Business development," he said, "has
found that combination is a good thing
for it and that competition is an injury
to trade. At the. same, time It has beert
an understood part of the old English
law that competition is the life of trade.
Therefore our laws were all written in
accordance with this old principle and
do not entirely fit modern conditions. But
business has gone ahead and combined
anyway, so we find that business is or
ganlzed and conducted along one side
while the laws and the courts take the
other view. While by our laws we rail
against this system of business activity.
the combinations in business continue to
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
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First dose of Pape's Cold Compound
relieves all misery from a cold
or the grippe.
It Is a positive fact that a dose of
Pape's Cold Compound, taken every two
hours until three consecutive doses are
taken, will end the Grippe and break up
the most severe cold, either In the head,
chest,, back, stomach, limbs or any part
of the body.
It promptly relieves the most misera
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sctuffed up, feveiishness, sneezing, sore
throat running of the nose, mucous ca
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Take this wonderful Compound as di
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In every home. Tastes nice acts gently.
"OMASA'S rCN CESTEB."
Bally Mat., 15-S8-50O
THS SKOADWA7 FAVORITES.
wit?' AMERICAN BEAUTIES
SXTBAVAOAKZA AHD VAUDEVILLE
May Holden; Marie Brandon and Co. ol
40. "New Tear's Eve at the Cabaret"
Big Chorus of American Beauties.
Ladiea Sim Xatlnee Every Week say.
Dally Mat., lOo;
On Douglas street, at 18th.
HTTOJTE VAUDEVILLE Includes
"Effie." the Mental Marvel; The Rath-
sKeuar Trio; Mane
ard & Campbell;
Leo Filler; Hippo-
Go CCCIC She
Fan and Mystery
Continuous to 5; 7 and 9 P. St Daily,
cavatlon for the greater, part of this will
be done within the netx two weeks If
weather conditions permit.
Mr. Jackson said the failure of the
Water board or the city council to open
the street through the property condemned
at Twenty-eighth and Blnney had re
sulted In delay. He said the contractors
had worked nineteen days altogether and
had been delayed seventeen days. '
John J. Hantghan, who Is laying the
north half of the main, has nearly 4.000
feet of the ditch excavated, and the pipe
is arriving and will be laid, so that the
north half will be complete by December
L according to present plans.
Troabl la Encoantered.
Slight trouble was caused by the at
tempt to secure the right-of-way for the
north hair of the main, which runs
through a large section of private prop
erty. A banker of Florence was allowed
$100 by the board for securing right-of'
way through one section. , ,-
Protests against the damage that will
Hair Falling? Co To Your Doctor
Hair falling out? Troubled with dandruff? Want more hair? An elegant dressing?
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We believe doctors endorse this, or we would not put it up.,
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
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rel for Women
THE PLAY OF A WOMAW'S SOUL
THE BIRD OF PARADISE
Original Cast and Production Complete
m THUBSPAT THE COHTEBSIOlT"
WEElf BEOIVTOf O BUN., WOT. 3
Aborn English Grand Opera Co.
Sun. Sight ft Wed. Mat., "Tales of
Hoffman.'' lEonlfadam Butterfly."
Tues. and Sat. Wights, "Trovatore"
Wed. Wight, "La Boheme. Thurs
"Lucia." Fri., "Lohengrin." gat.
Mat., "Hansel and Oretal." Prices:
Wights and Sat. Mat., 91.50 to 60c.
Popular Wed. Mat. Sl.oo to SSo.
MALL OBOE&S WOW
Mat Every Say 3:15, Every Wight 8:11
Thll wwk-fKrthl Killed, Burr A Hpe,
Charity CW, Otctr A Stucttc, Tha Hassans,
Kelt? A Latferty, Tha Stanleys, Patha's Weekly
Baric et World' a Eranta. Price Matinee.
Qallary, lee, beat aeata 25c. except Saturday anil
Sunday. Night, 10c. 25c, 60c, 75c.
Matlaee Today, 9:30 Wight, 8:30
BEST SEATS, 600
The Girls From. Missouri
EXTRA Friday Wight,
THS COUWTBT 8T0BE.
Ladles' Bally Dime Matinee.
TO WIGHT ITIIDAY
EVA LANG in
Saturday, Matlaee and Wight
SAUCB FOB TUB OOOSE
by ntor. ntEDEmiCT. AMES stuff
of the University of Heoraska at Unity!
vmiuvui 1 tu taaais wbej oh, VOQJ lilCJl-
et $3.00. Single admission so cents..
First Lecture, Friday, Oct. Soth, 8:15'
9. M-, "Literature and Its Xelatioa to
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