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THE BEE: OMAIIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
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MART STiLES 1:1 WOMEN'S SUIT
p Very special values at $25
You will note the exquisite style and
and gracelulness in these
suits. New English crea
tions with an added totioh of
French style made of mannish
serges, cheviots, new stripes and
diagonal materials in desirable,
colors. The popular "Norfolk"
models are here, also, plain, tail
ored suits with plain, almost se
vere lines. The coats of these
raits are cutaway with the . new
"Vestee" and Robespierre col
lars. The skirts are of the newest
cut with pleat on each side; sizes
32 to 38 bust. Suits QQC
of $35.00 calibre V?
A perfect fit guaranteed No extra
charge for alterations.
NEW IMMIGRATION OFFICER
Lich Comes from St lads to Take
Place of Wliitfield.
HTftUIBY UJTO 6ISIS CASE
Poll, ot Cooarttea mt state by Sevs
papor Ihom Plarallty of Forty
Ple Thoaw.nd (or Clarice
Sets of separate pieces.
For Women Genuine Eastern Mink,
Hudson Seals, Otter, Beaver, Austral
lan Lnyx or Mole Skin.
For Misses The Natural Fox is par
ticularly becoming. Other beautiful
style in Martin, Mourlon, Hudson and Australian Seal, Summer
ermine. Coney and Jap Mink.
For Children Attractive styles la Thlbets, Krimmer, Sqcir
rl Lock, White and Summer Ermine and White Fox.
IUtatraUJ caialogat frt oat rtqaut:
TEE VOUK& PEOPLE)
(Vrom a Staff Correspondent)
DBS MOINES, la.. Oct 2t.-3podaJ Tel-
ceram.) A' new United States Immigra
tion Inspector for this district In the
person of C. A. Lich appeared at the
federal building today and reported h
had been sent hero from St. Louis to
take the place of Whitfield, who made
the unsuccessful effort secretly to secure
the deportation of a young1 Bohemian girl
from this city.
It Is supposed that Whitfield has been
ordered to Washington to explain his
part in the affair of this week. Con.
press man Prouty will demand a thorough
Investigation of the case. Whitfield,
whose headquarters are In fit. Louis, did
not return at all., .'.
A local newspaper here has ISoured
polls from nearly every county of the
state on the state ticket and reports that
the Indications are that Clarke, for srov.
ernor, will be elected by ever 20,000 plu
rallty. This Is on the basis of about
45,000 votes In the state.
Tbo Groat Tonic, Tana Vita Is Build
ing Them Up By Thousands.
A few years ago If you were nervous
and an run down with little strength and
poor health generally, you would have
wondered what to do to build yourself
Nowadays, If you remain In this miswr-
able condition & day longer, It is your
own fault. Tona Vita, the' wonderful
tonic that has built up thousand of run
down people In the last two years, Is
ready to help you.
Get It at once. Take It a few weeks
and your old health and strength will re
turn without fall Tou will feel like a
pew person almost from the first dose of
this pleasant tasting tonic
Weigh yourself after taking Tona Vita
one .week and see how much, you have
gained in weight.
Tona" Vfta Is sold by Sherman & Mo
Connell Drug Co.-Advertlseraent
PRESIDENT TAFT OUT '
IN AN APPEAL" TO
PEOPLE OF COUNTRY
(Continued from Pago One.)
1518-20 FARNAM STREET.
is Gaining Strength
With Great Rapidity
OYSTER BAT, Oct' i-Colonel Koose
velt gained strength so rapidly that it
' was axpected today ht would soon be per
mltted to resume campaign work.
' Dr. Scurry Terrell visited the colonel
and found him in excellent condition after
a long night's sleep. The patient arose
soon alter ne naa nao. pruua " ,orsw wsre injured here today when a
ressea in a lounging room, wvmu ( iDeo4ai train carrying officials of the
velt dressed himself in a khaki riding
suit, his favorite costume when he It at
home, and walked down the stairs unas
sisted. ' - ' ' ,
"I feel fine," he announced.' "I feel
bully. I want some lunch," and for the
first time since his return he joined the
family circle at the djnlng table.
one killed when train
goes through the Bridge
FILLMORE, 111., Oct 24.-A negro
porter Was killed and three of the train
SIOUX CITT, la., Oct. 2 -(Special.)-Practical
courses in business management
and salesmanship will be taught in all
of the colleges and universities of Iowa
If the recommendations of' the Iowa
League of Commercial Clubs are carried
Into effeot 1 .
At the final session of the third annual
convention held today , resolutions were
passed urging the "vigorous expansion
of practical courses In busmen adminis
tration" and It was further resolved that
the colleges place In their libraries mort
books on business efficiency and on ad
vertlslng as suggested by the national
authorities on these subjects.
The league further recommended that
the next general assembly authorise a
levy of a county tax for fhe maintenance
of the crop expert systems.
The state extension bureau was also
heartily endorsed by the league so "that
citizens of Iowa and the world at large
may learn of the possibilities and oppor
tunities in this great state of Iowa." A
state employment bureau was also sug
J. F. Terhune, secretary of the Clinton
Commercial club was elected president
the house mort freely than at any pre
vious time since his return. '
He felt no pain, although whenever ht
raised his right arm or breathed deeply
he was reminded of his Injury by the
grating of the ends of the fractured rib.
It probably will be several weeks' before
he will -bays full use of his right arm.
Colonel Roosevelt expected to see a few
visitors today and to begin preparing the
speech ht hopes to deliver In New York
next week.".'.?'..' " ,.V
After Rr.i Terrell left Colonel Rooss-
. . f Common Sense
and it will lead you la the right dlxeo-
A person, when tiak, is very apt to
grasp at . a straw. Unworthy articles art
alluringly advertised to ear all manner
of ills and you are made the goat for
i experiment unless 1 you use common
'. sens. Everybody Is occasionally or fre
quently la the throes of a bilious attack
of which all the symptoms art natures
before It Is too late. Headache,- bad , Masonlo home site In the city of
stomach and constipation art tbt fore
.runners of moot intestinal diseases. At
tacked In time, in a common sense way.
anY.tuoy the remedy. Taat .'om.tnhTg ' . The grand chapter has
whion wiu effectually operate, llest on aoout avaiiaoie tor tne nome site,
which will contain about five acres.
Toledo. St Louis A Western Railroad
was wrecked. Tho baggage car, two day
coaches and a Pullman car went Into a
ravine when the bridge collapsed. The
engine and tended cleared the bridge be
fore It fell.
On the special train were President
W. L. Ross, Thomas H. Hubbard, chair
man of the board; J. & Maokle, secretary
and V. 'H. Dwis, vice president They
had attended a stockholders' meeting at
Frankfort, Ind., and were art- their way
to StLoms. V ' "c '.'. '' ;
i The porter, John Oivens 6f "New Tork,
was killed, r The ' injured arof W.. W.
Wright, porter, New Tork; Frank Hazel
ton, conductor, and Charlea Baum brake-
man. ! : "' - ' '
EASTERN STAR WILL
BUILD HOME AT BOONE
fcEDAR RAPIDS, la., 0,ct 24.-With
but one dissenting vote but of nine,
the Iowa grand chapter of the Eastern
Star today voted to purchase an Eastern
Boons and erect a fire proof structure to
The old sltt of eighty aores near Boons
your livtr, then on your stonr.ach, and
lastly on your bowtla Take something
which nature baa furnished and which
U untouched nor altered by human
hands. A natural remedy Is the choloe
of every doctor. Hunyadl Janos Water
1s their choloa It Is the most Ideal,
sensible and safest Vatnrat Laxative
.Mineral Water and half a tumblerful on
arising aote opeedlly, saure and gentle.
As Ait Cell la ton
means many bad bruises, which Buck
len's Arnica Salve heals quickly, at It
does seres, cuts, bums and piles, EOo,
Sold by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement
Movements of ,Oran Semera, '
fort. Arrlrwl. saliML
6REMRW K. P. Wllhilm..
from Brandeis Stores
; i i ' : i - '
In a recent announcement in this paper
relative to our blanket sale to be held next
Monday, mention was made of a great lot
of $10 and $12 fine All Wool California:
Blankets in 124 and 11-4 sizes, weighing
up to 10 pounds to the pair; which would
be a special feature of this sale,
To correct a wrong impression we wish
. to state that although these are genuine $10
y and $12 blankets (selling at this price in
every dependable store) the price at which
we will sell them next Monday will not be'
$10 and $12 a pair, but $5 a pair, ! r
; We make this explanation to avoid any
possibility of misunderstanding on the part
of hundreds "of people who are watching
, . our. announcements daily with the expecta
. tioh of; profiting! by this special sale of
Blankets Monday, :
Z Brandeis Stores
I0WA MAN GROUND TO
DEATH IN. CEMENT MIXER
NEVADA, la, Oct. 24.Speelal.-A pe
culiar and at tue same time terrible fatal
accident befell B. R. Wallace of this
place hear Yellowstone National park yes
terday, when he was drawn Into a con
crete mixer and literally ground to death.
The telegram, which brought the news
to relatives here, said .Mr. -Wallet, who Is
chief engineer of the' power plant bt Jhe
Montana Reservoir and Irrigation com
pany,, was walking by a concrete mixer,
when the wind blew the skirt of his over
coat Into the mixer. Before the machine
could be stopped Wallace was dragged
into the machine. 'lie died a few hours
later. . ' ' ' '
: Two Accidents at Tama.
TAMA Oct. 24.-KSpedal.)-One man
was fatally Injured and another was
seriously hurt in two accidents near here
today. Ira Rondabueh, a farm laborer,
was thrown from a wagon load of dirt,
the wheels passing over his head frac
turing his skull and otherwise badly in
juring him. Ht will die. Walter Ruhl of
near Walnut Creek, was thrown from
his buggy, when his horse ran away, and
received fractures of the leg and arm.
Safe Robbe at Richland.
. BURLINGTON, la., Oct." Ji-Yegffmen
blew open the safe In the Orump grocery
store in Richland, la., last night securing
9175 and making a safe getaway.
Iowa If two Note.
CLARINDA Eighteen mn were ar.
ranged in district court at Clarinda Tues
day and Wednesday and pleaded guilty
to chtrgei of gambling. This is the out
comes of a cutting affray over a gambling
dispute In a box car at Clarinda last
July. The principal. J. A. Pemberton,
colored, is being tried for assault with
intent to'commlt murder. 1
CLARINDA Bight divorces hsvt been
granted at the October term of court at
Clarinda by Judge O. D. Wheeler and
several others are scheduled for trial.
CLARINDA Rev. R, A. Cameron, who
haa been pastor of the Presbyterian
church at Clarinda the last four years,
has resigned his pastorate here and ac
cepted a call to the Pretbyterlan church
of Victor, Mont He will go to hie new
charge early In November.
FRANK L0VLIN SHOOTS
WIFE AT MITCHELL, S.D.
MITCHELL, 8. D., Oct M. (Special.)
Incensed at his wife because he bad an
idea that she was going to run away
with 'anothtr man. Frank Lovlln, aged 32
years, shot her In the leg last night The
shooting took place at the home of Jerry
Hendricktcn, seven miles southwest of
town. Lovlln entered the door and see
ing his wife - standing in an adjoining
room he drew bis revolver and fired.
One of the men In the house slammed the
door In his face and he fearing that his
wife's relatives might make an attack
on him ran ths full distance ot seven
miles to town and delivered himself up
to the officers. He was placed in jail.
Lovlln stated that be thought ha hod
wounded hit wife fatally, supposing that
the shot took effect In a vital part and
seemed much, reltovtd when be learned
that Uttle more than a flesh wound bad
resulted, Lovlln was aakod If be really
Intended To kin his wife, and said. "I
started In to btaff her same and Instead
ei oemg mgbtenod sue laughed in my
faoe, and In anger I pulled the gnn and
fired at her. If she had not laughed at
me I do not think I would have fired
the shot" Lovlln will be bound over to
the November term of court
will certainly never be forgotten by the
Vital to Whole Country.
"The welfare of the fannW Is vital to
ths whole country. One of our strongest
hopes of retaining prosperity is based on
the business which hls orops are to af
ford. He Is vlfally Interested in the re
straining of excessive and unduly dis
criminative railroad rates, In the enforce
ment of pure food laws, in the promo
tion of scientific agriculture, in the ex
tension ot rural credits and Increasing
the comforts of country life, as by the
extension of rural free delivery. Repub
lican policies cannot fall to commend
themselves to the farmer of the north
west. "It to difficult to see how, wjrh the;
threat to business prosperity Involved In
dentooratio success at the polls, be who
lives by the soil can do otherwise than
give his full and hearty support to the
continuation of the protective Bystem .un
der which he has prospered and enjoyed
the blessings of a government which
safeguards him In his life, liberty and
"The republican party Is responsible
for the organization and growth of our
splendid Department of Agrloulture. Re
publican administrations have greatly de
veloped agricultural investigation In the
last fifteen years, until scientific In
quiry is being made in all our states and
territories and in the Islands of the sea
under our flag, to the end that we may
produce the necessities of life for our
selves and for those for whom we are
responsible. The power of the man and
the acre to produce Is being Increased all
over the land; . new grains, grasses,
fruits, fibers and vegetables are being
Imported from foreign countries into
continental United States and Into our
Islands in order to diversify crops and
bring into productiveness sections of our
country,-that have heretofore been bar
ren. '. . ' 1 :( " " -
Meaning; of Republican Success.
The. weather, the animals, the plants,
the forests, the soils, our roads, our foods,
Lew lnsct friends and enemies are being
studied from the farmers' ' standpoint by
over 2,000 scientists in the Department of
Agriculture which has grown in helpful
ness every, day since jtS9S.
"I reel connaent tnat me voters ot
Minnesota will appreciate the shallow
ness of attacks upon our Institution and
will not be swayed by undefined benefits
which are to follow undefined changea
It does not require th eye of a witch to
see that closed factories in Massachu
setts ' and ,Ohktl mean a diminished de
mand for the farm products of the north
west We cannot ttrikt down the indus
tries of one section without bringing dis
aster to all the people. It is not a pro
gressive policy in any true sense to be
hostile to the prosperity of any part of
What v makes men happy, what fur
nishes shoes and clothes and good, whole
some food to the family of father and
mother and children but prosperous times.
In which labor is in high demand, wages
are good, sales are pientyv prices are nor
mal and everybody is sharing in the good
"Republican success- means that our
people will come together In amity and
make the best use of the enormous
resources we have in this country for tho
promotion of general pro pertly and the
securing and the encouragement of in
dividual happiness." v J
Taft Addresses Teaeliera.
PORTLAND, Ma, Oct St. President
Taft came here by train from Holand
Springs today to address the Maine
Teaahers association. The president was
met at the station by Mayor Curtis and
Other In automobiles and taken' to the
eastern end of the city, where militia
companies, naval reserves and a detach
ment from the forts were waiting to es
cort him to the new city halt - ,
CLAPP COMMITTEE WILL
HEAR BEVERfDGE TODAY
WJkSKXNGTOX, Oct ttAfter a brief
exeonttvs session today the Clapp oom
ndttee Investigating campaign fuada found
no witnesses on band and adjourned until
tomorrow, when former Senator Alber
J. Bevoridgo of Indian Is to testify aooot
txpendtturts of his campaign money la
his SOI state oampaiga,
COMMANDER OF CZAR'S
YACHT KILLS HIMSELF
ST. FETERSBTJRGH, Oct 24.-Rear Ad-
mlral Chagin, commander of the emperor
of Russia's yacht Btandart. committed
su.ude at his residence yesterday.
The cause of his act Is unknown.
It was reported at the time of the ro
ot nt trouble, among the sailors of the
Russian Black Sea fleet that . they had
arranged a plot , to seize, the Standart
while the emperor and the Imperial family
were being conveyed from Yalta to Se
bastopol. .-.'-I. ...... , ; ;;v
Governor Hadler is not only the first
republican governor, ot Mtssourl In forty
years, but also an assiduous golf player,
wheat chief regret when In Omaha was
that ho wat so rusbod he could not have
a gam here. -
, Louis D. Brandeis has tht same name
as the Brandeis family of Omaha, but the
relationship thus Indicated is probably re
mote or, at any rate, has not been traced
Presenting his son, Arthur C. Wakeley,
at a banquet Judge Eltaser Wakeley
mee said .he would Introduce the next
speaker as "the Nestor of the Nebraska
bar" tf It. were not for bis father.
THE FOLLOWING TELEGRAM:
THE WESTERN UWIOW TELEGRAPH COMPAMT.
e,ooo omen m amtwiOA. cabu sekvioc to atk tmi whi,
"I - ii - - '- ' i - - -
RECEIVED Mttstn lltk MraM, tots. Reft.
Julius Orkin, o. Julius Orkin Store, r ! 1 ' . v ;j
1510 Douglas St, Omaha, Neb. ' v-
'.erac&pt your offer of 50o on the dollar for the entire stock vof suits. :
Thego forward today. 1 ; -.-. '., a
While you bought these suits at a terrible sacrifice, bear in mind when mark- '
ing them that they are worth from $30 to $45. ( ; MILLER KflOS.
. '"'.'' ' . -' '
The above telegram fully explains Itself and the entire stock ot 840 high class tailored suits will
tie placed on sale Saturday the same as bought, at 50c on the dollar.
Watch Friday night's papers for the greatest sale of tailored suits Omaha has ever known.
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I i,i!lh!ili,!ii!iii!lill!ll i Hi I ll llii I ! I I I IU liiUtll IIIMtlilhli i
I'lliliHiiiliillMI mmm mum
Men to Whom
Minutes Mean Money
. v whose days arc a succession of business
'engagements with every hour bespoken
weeks in advance know the . value of
The Pennsylvania Special
For a Quick Trip to New York
fWith environment equaling up-to-date clubs, every
possible minute is economized.
Leaves Chicago quarter to three every afternoon;
arrives New York 9.40 next morning, in Pennsylvania
Station, One Block from Broadway.
The Pennsylvahis Special hat through Sleeping Car to Balti-
more9.15 a.m., Washington 10.25 a.m.; s . .. (. .. .
Other New York trains leave Chictgo daily : 8.15 a in., 10.05 : ;
s. m., 10.30 a.m., 3.15 p. m.,5.30 p.m., 9.i5 p.m., 11.45p.m. ,
For full information, call at
Address W. H. ROWLAND, Traveling Passenger Agent
319 City Ntttooal Bank BuUdlag, OMAHA, NEB.
BULGARIANS TAKE '
KEY TO ADRIANOPLE
" i . ,
(Continued from Pago One.)
i J Mi iU IH
U A 12 fl 'ill ' I
have made a number of prisoners, in
cluding o&e lieutenant colonel.
Two battalions of Greek Evsones, under
Lieutenant Colonel Constantopoulo, at
tacked two battalions near VlakhoUvadho,
Snccennra of h Allies.
LONDON, Oct 23.-The news from the
seat of war tonight tells of continued
suocesses of the allies. The Servians
have captured Novlpaxar and art tht
virtual masters of Kumanova. Tht vic
tories, howevsr, have been purchased at
Tht Situatloo In Thrace is heeomlt.g
clearer. A great battle is being fought
over a wide semi-circular front before
Adrlanople, Anon which town tht Bul
garians gradually are closing In. In tht
eaat they have occupied Vasllika and I
J H M n.nl .ulna .4mn.l
On tbt west the Bulgarians, according
to official Sofia aoeounts, hava reached
the Arda river, close to Adrlanople, which
la being vigorously bombarded. Already
tht two outer forts hart fallen. Some
positions to ths north, of Adrlanople art
also said to have been taken, after fight
ing of the severest character.
Of the army In the center, operating
in the direction of Klrk-Kuisseh, there
was no news today and evidently that
fortress is still holding out ,
Coaotantlaople Less Confident. .
It is significant that tonight's Ooturtan
tfnople dispatches, iKhlch say a declaivt
result Is expected tomorrow,- have a lest
confident tone th&n previous dispatches
from the capital. . They admit that a
heavy struggle is in progress, in which
both sides art thowlng tht . utmost
Servians Cantor Wovtnannr. '
BELGRADE, Servia, Oct 28. It is of
ficially announced that the Third Ser
vian army today captured tho town of
Novipazar after fierce fighting; and
great sacrifices. ,
The Turks are retiring from Kuman
ova . Tht Servians have surrounded it,
although the! Turks hold an Important
position dominating ' the town. ' 1
The secpnd contingent of wounded,
180. arrived here this afternoon. Big
crowds cheered as tht transport wagons
passed. All tht schools are fitted up as
Illinois Mine Oom.
GALENA IN., Oct 2i-Twelvo lead and
zinc mints m this district have had to
close because of tht exodus of Greeks
and other foreigners who have returned
to their native countries to take up arms
against Turkey. It is estimated that
mort than 500 foreigners have departed
in the last fow weeks.
ABNORMAL POSITION OF
HEART SAVES BOY'S LIFE
NEW TORK, Oat 2i-Beoause his
heart is on tht right side, little David
Krunlsh left the Fordham hospital today
well on the road to recovery. If his heart
had been normal the physicians says he
probably would have been carried out in
a coffin, several days ago. David, who Is
11 years 'old, fell on a picket fence last
Monday and one ot the spikes penetrated
his breast three inches, directly Over the
place where his heart should be.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Space is the Best
Road Into the "Big Business" Class.
'THS QUEEN OP TABLE WATERS"
. It blends perfectly
It makes them more vUolecome
"OMASA'S TVS OEBTEB."
'ary Evgs., 15-35-50-750
THE B SO AS WAY FATOBITSS,
c wi- AMERICAN BEAUTIES
BXT&ATAOAVZA AVD VATOEVIUCB
May Holden; Marie Brandon and Co ot
40. "New Year's Eve at the Cabaret"
Big Chorus of American Beauties.
adlts Dime Matintt Every Wttk Day
On HAnflrlaa &tvMt n -to.. -
ITTOIB VAUDBTlIiB .. -Includes
"Effle," the Mental Marvel; Tht Rath
ard & Campbell;
Leo Filler; Hippo
Continuous a to Bi 7 and 9 P. 1L Daily,
Pua aad Hyitary
kLI l it
, MATX1TEB TOD AT TOMIOKT
Pricss . . . . . . . . 10c, 300, 300, 50c
Boadayi TKS VMIXCE Of TO
' " ' B15HT. Seats XVWJ J -
Mat. Sttry Say UHS. Bvtry Sight gill
AJOTAJrCEB' VAUSBV&U.B.' -This
wee Brth Ktlich,- Birr t 'Hop.
Chmrler CM, Oimf a GumMc, Th Bloui,
Kelljr A Lttfrtr. Tfat stantera PttWs WMkln
Rtnrieir ot World'i Erato. Prica UaUn,
Oallvr. lSc. bt m&U m. uapt Sturter al
Suafe Hitht, lOg, lio, 600, 70. -
. Katiato Today, 8:30 ITigbt, 8:30
BEST. BEATS, 60o -
The Girls From Missouri
XXTKA rrloay Bright,
TXB COtTNTBT HTOBB. '
ladles Sally Dim Matintt.
, TOaaOBrT1 XtDAX,.,V -3
EVA LANG in; c
Saturday, Matiatt and Wig-it
SAUCB IOB TEB OOOSB
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