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Service, Courtesy, Fair Dealing
OCTOBER IS The MONTH for SUITS
Popular Price Suits for Tomorrow, Friday
Never before have we been able
to offer such exceptional suit val
ues at $19.50 and $25.00 strictly
hand-tailored suits of popular fab
rics all satin lined. You will be
pleased and surprised by the val-
ues at $19.50 and $25.00.
Other excellent suit values,
No extra charge for alterations.
If you need a petticoat for your
ball gown, we have an excellent
showing of pettictiats for evening
dresses, $4.95 Up. to: $16.50.
GLOVES For The BALL
When investing in Gloves,
always remember that buying
dependable makes is the only
satisfactory, economical plan
price does not make a value.
But value makes the price. Our
Fall lines are now ready and
you will find here just the
16-Button White Gloves
$2.48, $3.00 and $4.00 a pair
20-Button White Gloves
$4.25 and $5.00 a pair
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH
TWO STEEL WORKERS
" TAKER OK-DlfNAMITE -CONSPIRACY
(Continue from Page One.)
offlc of "Walter Drew, counsel for the
National Erectors' associations. This fol
lowed Davis' discharge from ft job
In Pittsburgh, when, It Is said, he bo
came sore on the union. Robert Foster,
tn investigator for the National Erectors'
association, got In touch with Davis and
It Is understood, brought about his con
fession. Jones la a new flguro tn tho case. He
formerly was financial secretary of Now
York local No. 40, of the Iron Workers
and was elected international secretary
and treasurer at the convention held last
January, The affidavit against him,
charging conspiracy to transport ex
plosives unlawfully, the same .charge on
which thirty-eight of his fellow unionists
Ktf convicted in the federal court 1n
Grandma Used Sage
Tcavto Darken Hair
h 4e p a wlxtare of Se Te
m4 Stdpkar to fertog bck
color, gloMt tHckness.
Common garden sage brewed into a
heavy tea with sulphur and alcohol
udded, will turn gray, streaked and faded
hair beautifully dark and luxuriant, re
move every bit of dandruff, stop seal?
Uchlng and falling hair. Just a few ap
plications will prove a revelation If your
hair is fading, gray or dry, scraggiy and
thin. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur
recipe at 'home, though, is troublesome.
An easier way is to get the readytc-uae
tonic, costing about SO cents a large hot
US' at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's
Bage and Sulphur Hair Remedy," thus
voiding a lot of muss.
While wispy, gray, .faded hair Is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our youth
ful appearance and attractiveness. By
iarkenlng your hair with Wysth's Bage
and Sulphur, no one can tell, because It
Joes it so naturally, so evenly. You Just
4ampen sponge or soft brush with it
and draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morning
nil gray hairs' have disappeared, and.
after another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy,
soft anA tuxuiia&t.
Thii Coupon and 15o
entitles be&rer to
choice of on
or Other Pennant
wJwn presented at
THE BBS 07FI0X,
103 2m Suildin?,
Skirts, tfowns, Corset Covers, Combinn
tions and Drawers.
DRAWERS of fine nainsook, trimmed
with lace or embroidery.
Sizes 84' to 46 $1,65
COMBINATION CORSET COVER AND
Lace or embroidery trimmed, 34 to 40,
lit $1,50, $1.75 and $2.25
Plain tucked, ruffle or lace and embroid
ery trimmed; waist measure 22 to 36
inchou 65o, $1.00 and $1.25
this city last December, was made by
Assistant United Btate; : District sMtpm
Bey Clarence, W, .Nichols.
nhlltir Matkn Ylf.lrW AnV.. nt...!..
W. Miller, who was In charge of dyna
mite prosecution here, is In New York
and was In active charge of the arrest
of Davis today,
Other Official Oat nf Town.
At headquarters of tho international
Union here a, stenographer said Jones was
mo oniy crucial In the office today. Tho
stenographer said tho "other officials, in
cluding President Frank M. Ryan, who
wan released tome time ago from the
federal prison at Leavenworth, Kan., on
bond, ponding his appeal from conviction
wore, traveling in the interests of the
James W. Noel, who as a special as
sistant United States district attorney.
assisted in tho prosecution at the trial,
said that he confession of Davis, alias
O'Donnell, finished many missing links
in tho complete story of tho 'dynamit
ing program carried on against the non
union oontractoro of the country.
Most of the explosions, regarding which
the government In its three months' trial
here was unable to prove the exact per
son who sent tho explosives, were "Jobs"
done by Davis, according to his confes
sion, said Mr. Noel.
Netlher Davis, who was arrested in
New York, nor Jones,, taken in custody
nerc, are under indictment, but both
will be held to the United States grand
Jury, according to Mr. Noel,
Baby and Herself
B BATTLE, Wah., Oct. r-Mrs. lllldur
Stahro, 80 years old, wife of Stove Btahre,
a lieutenant In the city fire department,
gave poison to her 4 months' old baby.
Anna Elisabeth, last nlsht and then
drank a quantity of the drug herself.
Uoth nro dead. ,
When 8tahro came home from work
he found the baby dead In Its crib and
his wlfo was in convulsions. She died
within a few minutes of his arrival On
the label was a note which read;
"My husband is not to blame. I can't
do right by him and the children. I can't
cook or anything else. I'm afraid I'll be
In tho asylum ( If X live any longer,"
SUNSET SOCIAL CALLS
AGED ONES TOGETHER
YOItK, Neb., Oct. Z.-8peclal Tele
gram.) The thirteenth annual sunset so
cial was held this afternoon. One hun
dred and fifty. seven were present over
the age of TO years.
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Loonier, father
and mother of I s. Loomer, were the
oldest couple present, being M and 9i
years. They have been married seventy,
one years. A tine) program was carrlod
out by the members.
A three-course luncheon was served at
which one hundred and eighty covers
were laid. Only five have passed on since
the last meeting.
(Prom a etaff Correspondent.)'
WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct. t(aUo!al
Telegram.)-The secretary of the Intctlor
has reversed the decision of the com
mission or the land office In the caje of
Max O. Parrlsh and Wllley A. Kellwlts
in holding for cancellation their home
stead entries located la the O'Neill dls
Dr. V. T. JUggs has been appointed
pension surgeon at Pierre, & D and Dr
B. N. Turner, at' Laramie, Wyo.
W MV Wl l
LA. GRECQUE MAKE
CORSET COVER AND
Attempt to Wreck .
COUDEItSPORT. Pa.. Oct. lAn f.
tempt to wreck tho plant of the Potter
Knterpriso was made early today. A
heavy charge of dynamite was exploded
under the type settina- minhin..
side of the building was blown out, but
the machines were only slightly dam
aged. No one was In the building at the
time. Tho force of the explosion broke
windows In surrounding buildings. To
Pisce the charge a tunnel had been made
from an alleyway under a wall.
The Enterprise IS published by M. T.
Stokes, who was formerly engaged' in
newspaper publishing In Ohio, The paper
has been conducting a very vigorous
campaign pn local issues.
A reward of Wfi has been offered by the
county commissioners for the arrest of
Jhose responsible for the outrage.
Muret Turned Over
to Federal Officers
NEW YdniC Oct 2.-Ernest Muret. the
Belf-styled dentist, who. it is charged,
3 as an associate in the counterfeiting
leratlons with Hons Schmidt, the slayer
of Anna Aumuller, was surrendered to
day by the state to the United States
secret service. An Indictment charging
countsrfeltlng had been found against
him by the federal grand Jury.
Before Muret was surrendered to the
federal authorities 'he was arraigned to
day for sentenoe on his plea of guilty
to a charge of having In his possession
a dangerous weapon in violation of the
Sullivan law. Sentence on this charge
was suspended In order to permit the
federal authorities to press the counter
Muret was taken back to tho Tombs.
J. D. Smith.
OVERTON. Neb.. Oct :.-lflnn.i
ffiram.W. D. Bmlthdled at his home In
..... y inn nigra after a lingering 111
nes at the age of 76 years. Mr. Smith
has been confined to his bed for almost
J y'Ar"" " cam ,0 thls eounty In
wis. taking up a homestead and lived on
It up to about six years ago. when he
mV. i .yrton he had resided
up to the time of his death. Mr Smith
Claude. Earl and Howard, and two
daughters. Mrs. N. Payne and Mrs. Frank
Woodward, all of whom live near Over,
ton. Interment next Sunday.
Mrs. Jacob Blxler,
NOKTH BEND. Neb., Oct. l-(8pCclal.)
-Mrs. Jacob Dxler died Tuesday even,
ing at her homo near town. Her maiden
name was Nancy Turner. She was born
near Martlnsburg, Ind., January 11. 1830.
and was married to Jacob BxJer, Bop.
tember 9. IKS. She moved to Nebraaka
in 1SS4 and to North Bend in 1830. She
was the mother of nine children, of
y.mn mree sons and a daughter sur
er. ine mnerai was held
C Jacob C. IVondfplloh
DAVm,ClTY. Neb., Oct i.-(SpeclaU-
tfucvu v onaerucn died at the home of
his son. Edward Wonderlich. yesterday
from blood poisoning caused by a mos
qujto bite. He was a veteran of the lvll
war, having moved to Nebraska In 1S64,
also owned the Perkins hotrL U w.
a member of the Modern Woodmea of
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
EATON INQUEST IS RESUMED
Further Inquiry is Being Made Into
Bear Admiral's Death.
WIDOW IS BULL KEPT IF JAIL
She la Accused of Plnclnir Poison In
Her Ittislmnd'a Food After a
Serlea of Domestic
IIIKOHAM, Mas., Oct. 2,-Severat new
witnesses wore heard when the inquest
Into the death of near Admiral Joseph
Olles Eaton was returned today. Among
them were Mr. and Mr. John Hilts.
neighbors of the Eatons at Asalnlppl; P.
8. Alger of llockland, a newspaper mari,
whd Interviewed the widow soon after her
husband' death, and a woman nurse who
attended the naval officer In his lost
No reason for reopening- the Inquest
twelvo days before the date sot for the
trial of the widow, Mrs. Jennie May
Eaton, for murder, was made known.
Admiral Eaton died of poisoning; on
March 8, and the Inquest, held soon after
wards, was Interrupted "by the arrest of
Mr j. Eaton, who has since been In Jail
at Plymouth. She Is accused of having
placed poison In her husband's food after
serlea of domestic troubles.
From the first, Mrs. Eaton has pro-
Uested her Innocence and though the plan
of the defense has not been disclosed
It had been hinted that an attempt would
bo mado to show that the admiral died
from an overdose of a tonic drug, which
It Is claimed he had been In the habit
Acceptable to Czar
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2,-Tho Russian
government, In reply to an Inquiry from
the State department, has signified that
Henry M. Plndell, the Peoria, 111., edi
tor, will be acceptable as American am
bassador to Russia to succeed Curtis
Guild of Massachusetts, resigned. It Is
expected Mr. FlndoU's 'nomination will
be sent to the senate Immediately.
CEDAR FALLS HUNTING
SUCCESSOR TO DR. LOWE
WEBSTEU CITY la., Oct 2.-(Spe-
claL) The Northwestern Iowa conference
of the Methodist Episcopal church in ses
sion in thin city Is giving today over to
business session, foreign missions, pas
toral evangaltm, temperance and Epworth
League work. The work on prstoral
evangelism was taken up yesterday by
President John F, Harmon of McKen
dreo college, Lebanon, 111., and will be
continued by him In lectures today, Fri
day and Saturday.
The session was enllvoned yesterday
by the presence In the city of Dr. E
Hobb Zearlng, editor of the Northwestern
Christian Advocate, who delivered a short
A banquet will bo given Saturday eve
nlng to the twenty candidates for the
ministry, who have Just finished their ex
nmlnatlons. Those who havo completed
two years' worK win ce oraainea
deacons SUnday, while the four-year men
will be graduated into the ministry.
The Cedar Falls church, which Is In
the Upper Iowa conference, is making a
strong effort tO' ge,t Bev. W. H4 Spence
of Fort Dodge, which Is In the .Nprth
west Iowa conference. If. they succeed
more .changes than anticipated will be
mode In the assignments of the later con
SIX MEN ARRESTED IN
RIOT ATM.L0UEZ MINE
CALUMET, Mich., Oct 2.-Rlotlng- at
the Alloues mine In Keweenaw county to-
dax resulted In the .arrest of six supposed
copper mine strikers.. Men going to work
were stoned and mounted troops were
compelled to use their rlpt sticks to dis
perse the mob. Warrants have been Is
sued for several other persons.
Fifteen hundred strikers and sympa
thisers, Including: many women, had
gathered to stop workmen from entering
the mine. The crowd was in an ugly
mood and many of the persons In it were
armed with stones and clubs. The cav
alry, however, gained control of the
Picketing throughout the strike district
was in evidence today. One arrest was
made In Calumet.
TWO THOUSAND STOLEN
FROM SAN FRANCISCO MINT
SAN FIIANCISCO, Oct. l-An inven
tory filed today of tho estato of the late
;Leater Jacobs, United States sub-treas
urer here during the great lire or iwo,
shows that tho vaults were robbed of
32,0 on or about April 18,. 1308, the date
of the fire. Jacobs made gcod the loss
privately, and the claim of his heirs
against tho government for reimburse
ment Is valued at nil.
During the confusion of the tire and
the days immediately after the sub
treasury vaults were guarded by United
States soldiers. A week later they were
opened by a locksmith and 12,000 was
found to have disappeared. The loss was
never publicly known before today, al
though there were rumors at the time.
DIES OF HIS INJURIES
SHENANDOAH. Is,, Oct S.-(8peclai.)
Al Q. Ollne, who was Injured lost Fri
day when a -bridge over which he was
driving a tractor collapsed, died here
Monday. Chester Danner, the owner of
the thresher, and Mr. Ollne were taking
thslr oogine over a wooden bridge south
of Shenandoah Friday, when the struc-
of Beef iniiFood Value
ipend too much money on meat it's the one big
in your high cost of jiving. Cut your meat
two-thirds and substitute Faust Spaghetti
awhile. A 10 -cent package contains as
much nutrition as I
U Bide tram Durum
muKle. boat and 0th.
unit a aavorr, reilttuble, Butrhtout
nw. rice icopc
SMshttil cut be
A , -.11 nu It-
OMAHA'S POPULAR PRICED CLOTHING STORE
SEE THE NEW DERBY HATS.
With H buckle bow and all tho new
shades of velvet band Boft hats in our
John B. Btetson S3. 50 "P
"Guarantee Do Luxe" ....... .33,00
Guaranteed Special; real $2.50 quality
hats, at S51.90
ture gave way, letting the machine fall
to tho ground twelve feet below. Mr.
Danner saved himself by jumping. Ollne
attempted to Jump and Was struck by a
flying plonk and knocked down with the
enelne. He was pinned under the engine.
Ills Injuries were not considered fatal,
but Sunday Internal hurts developed
which caused his death Monday.
CAPTAIN FISHER DECLARES
DAWES IS ALFALFA COUNTY
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. 2. (Special.) "Dawes
county produces some of the best alfalfa
soed that Is grown today. In fact I will
be more emphatic and say that the seed
put out W Dawes county cannot bo ex
So declared Captain Allen a. Fisher
of Chadron, who was In Uncoln on
legal business Wednesday. The new
Industry has attracted much attention
and Is producing substantial revenue.
"Tho seed Is grown under conditions
which makes It hardy and vigorous," he
continued. "The buyer has no difficulty
on this score. Tho growers are organised,
the seod Inspected and absolutely guar
anteed as pure and fresh. It Is entirely
free from weed Beeds. First the climate
is ideal for tho production o liardu
seed; second, tho growers havo made a
scientific study of altalla seed produc
tion; third, the association Inspects and
stands back of the product.
"Alfalfa Is an Important factor' In the
"prosperity of our section of the stqte 'and
the Industry should receive the encour
agement of alL'
According to figures'on file "with the
stato board of" agriculture the alfalfa
acreage ' for Dawes county was 18,8
acres In 1913. The value of the 28,313
tons of Hay was estimated at $363,900.
PASTORS COMPLAIN; STRICT
MARRIAGE LAW HITS THEM
LA CROSBE3, Wis., Oct 2.-Pastors of
several churches In Wisconsin Border
cities are complaining of a loss of rev
enue as a result 6f the stringent mar
riage laws passed by the recent sessldn
of tho legislature. The ministers declare
that since the laws became effective
many couples desiring to enter tho bonds
of matrimony have gone outside the state
to have the ceremony performed and
that tho lncomo from the performance
of the marriago ceremony has fallen off
Tho new laws forbid the performance
of the ceremony within flvo days of the
time of securing the license except in
extraordinary cases- After January 1
each man married In Wisconsin must
submit to a physician's examination.
SHOOTS SELF IN THE HEAD
SHENANDOAH, la., Oct 2,-(SpocIal
Telegram.) William White Johnson,
aged 62, killed himself here this morning.
He hod been 111 for three months and
was better yesterday, Early this morn
ing he sent Mrs. Johnson to a neighbor's
to call a doctor, saying he was worse.
While she was gone he got a revolver
and shot himself through the temple.
He leaves a wife and six children. Five
of the children are married and one Is at
RADIUM ADVANCES TO
$52,000,000 PER POUND
BERLIN, Oct l-The prlco of radium
has been advanced 110,000 a gram because
of an unexpected demand for the precious
substance. Radium now Is quoted at
a 'gram, which means a pound of
it would be valued at over tS2,000,000 it
such a quantity of It could be amassed,
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
II Equals 4 lbs.
lbs. of beef.
whtaLtae cereal that It cx-
Uttta,the protein that naktt
ine crottin urn
book icu dow
cooked tn tickle
I in. L . .
Supreme Overcoat and Suit
Values for Men & Young Men
The Overcoats and Suite we offer you at theso popular prices
aro the production of America's foremost tailoring shops.
Wo Cordially invito you to examine these splendid garments.
Compare them, price for price, with what other stores linvo to
offerwe're sure' your decision will be to buy hero.
Our personal guarantee of satisfaction with every garment or
your money cheerfully refunded.
Interesting Raws From Our Furnishing; Department
Sweater Coats, all styles and colors 98 to S7.50
Union Suits, standard makes 69 d to 8350
Jersey Sweaters, special values. . 09cS S1.50 $1.98
"London's Latest Craze" Velvet Tics
Wilson Bros.' Silk Lisle Hoso 12t
DEFER FRANCHISE HEARING
Des Moines City Council Not Beady
for the Conference.
UNION LABOR WILL FIGHT
IndisrnatloB Follows Action of Body
In RefnaaJ to Take Up Case
la Face of Fixing; the
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., Oct .(Special Tel
egram.) The Des Moines city council had
arranged for a hearing of objectors to
the proposed city railway franchise to
day and a large delegation was on hand
but tho council took up other work and
adjourned without opening up the fran
This caused almost an Indignation
meeting and the accusation that the
council is afraid to face tho people on
the franchise matter.
President Schlmdt of the company de
sired to be heard and a committee of
labor union men appeared to tight the
franchise. Schmidt doclares the fran
chise will not be accepted at alt unless
Dentist la Trouble.
N. W. Hanson, a prominent dentist,
caused the arrest of Alios Williams on
Monday, Oct. 6th
Ringan Stm Co.. ef St. Louis, Will Conduct a
SpuM Exhibits and Sal of the Wontftrful
They offer extra valuable Inducements for next
week only. Come Monday.
& SONS CO.
PURE FOODS AT
Friday and Saturday Specials
Sausage and BneJrwheat Cakes
For Breakfast eat Courtney's
'famous Alit, pork New England
Bausage. and New Milled Prepared
All Pork New England Sausage,
per lb aoo
New Propated BuctTtJ heat, per
pkg. ......... lOo
We Bo Onr Owa jaoastlag OaUr.
Lotus "Ankola" -the . itcrpe of
perfection 3 Itts. 1.10; 3 lbs.
75c; per lb. 400
AH our high grade Oolong. Eng
lish Breakfast. Indla-Ceylon or
Japan Teas usually sold by us
at (Oo a pound; special, lb.. 45o
High Orade Crackers
Iten's Crisp and Delicious, Alpine
Cream, Peanut, Cocoanut dnd
Kcho Wafers. Hlffh 7Va and
Graham doxen pkgs., 11.10; per
pkg. , ...lOo
ABFABAOT7B BP B CI AX.
Finest California pack regularly
sold for 45c a can dosen large
cans for .. ,
cans for J2.8B; can SAo
CAS3TBD JflUII SYSCXAS
Extra California pack Egg Plums,
Apricots, Fears and Peaches, SOo
to S5o value; special, per dosen.
lt.0: can ...... SSo
ZPxUBJTCJK O&XTX OCb
A. OlUard and Flla: Double Clar
ified, regular 4 So bottle for 300
Sylmar Brand dos. 40o cans $3.50
can ., ...30o
Dosen 2 So cans faUSS
can , aoo
Lotus pack dosen 2to bottles
for $2. 101 per bottle ISO
Absolutely pure doxen 25c glass
jars, 110: Jar ,.180
Hershey's made on the farm.
lbs. for SSc; per lb ,..,ttSo
Tea Garden Preserves packed on
the Pacific Coast special, 50c
glass jars .,.,.a5o
the charge of stealing a diamond ring
worth $900. Today sho produced in court
ovldence that she was married to Han
son on June E at Fremont, Neb. The
charges against her were dismissed. Sho
claims he gave her tho ring and she
threatens also to prosecute him for mar
rying her too soon after his previous di
vorce. COTTON CROP SIXTY-FOUR
PER CENT OF NORMAL
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2. The condition
of the cotton crop of the United States
on September 25 waa 64.1 per cent of a
normal, the Department of Agriculture
announced at noon today.
1 can serve you in connection with tho
lncomo tax provision of the Underwood
Simmons tariff bllL John S. Wise, at
torney, 20 Broad street, New Xork.
OOUBTWEY'S ClITDIIS AND
Made In our own complete candy
kitchen. Absolute nn
lngly delicious a
iy delicious a. n.rriinn
Quality SURPASSED BY NONE
Courtney's "Italian Style" and
'Incomparable Chocolates" are a
revelation In chocolate candy.
One-pound box eOc
Large-; box 'i0o
Hornby's Ulxed Trait Tablets
Assorted flavors, regular price '
26c per pound, special, 3 lbs.
for 80c; l lb. for .....Igo
couBTirzrrs wxzteb awd
or Medicinal Pnrposss
you get the acme of purliy and
value here and will realize a big
saving by supplying your needs
at these low prices,
BOo White Tokay for alia
This wine Is the highest type of
American product and regularly
sold by us at SOo a bottle. 'We
have a special Jot of 3S0 full quart
battle.i to sell at 35c.
TJBB TABXiS OX. ABE?
k Oood Bd Dry Wine.
$1.00 gallon Jug for 65o
HOSES aCASE W23TB
J 1.00 -gallon jug for ,...7So
Quckenhelmer. high grade gal
lon Jug 13.00. or 11.00 full quart
bottle for ,, sSo
Old Bushmills pure malt; regular
price 315U special, bottle. Ji.10
Offers visitors to Omaha an ex
cellent cuisine, delightfully pless
snt surroundings and good ser
v!ce J:he Pr'Cs are very moder
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Jrtllsd. Douglas 647,
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