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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1913)
THE BEE.: OMAIIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1913.
OUTER APPAREL . FOR , WOMEN
You buy here with assurance. Our
styles are authentic and defined.
Hundreds of Seasonable Suits
Suit values Vou cannot afford to overlook.
Every suit is hand tailored by men to styles per
sonally selected by our buy ing corps. Only the best
of fabrics and workmanship and styles of recog
nized superiority are allowed in our showing.
An extra value in suits is offered for . . . $29.50
Other suits , . $19.50, $35.00, $45.00
No Charge for Alterations.
Every Desirable Style. Every Seasonable Fabric
Coats for dress wear, street wear, storm wear
Special Coat values. . . . .' . $2450
Other Coats , $15.00 to $75.00
Set Footwear Fashions
Of Interest to
Men's high grade Superior
Union Suits in Fall or
. Winter weight. . . .$1 to $4
Men's Outing Flannel Night
Eohes, cut extra full, best
flannel 50c to $1.50
Men's Outing Flannel
, Pajamas ....$1.00 to $1.50
Men's high grade Coat
Sweaters, with shawl or
Byron collar, $1.50 to $8.50
Men's $1.00 Coat Shirts, all
good patterns; Saturday,
Dependable In evory respect; 27
yearn of honest merchandising
stands behind every fur piece wo
Sot for Children,
8145 to 11.50
Sets for Mlaaos and Women.
S7.50 to S350.00
Saturday . . . 49c
8:00 a, m.
Table Center Aisle
4 Toilet Goods
Jergon's Almond Lotion, a large
Vanity Boxes, containing powder
puff and mirror .....10c
Bibcock's Corylopsls, Talcum
Powder 12 Ho
Hand and Nail Brashes, a sample
line .. 15c
$1.35 a Pair
1 Clasp Cape Gloves
in Black. White, Tan
and tfray, with
Shown in our 16th St.
window; on sale now,
$1.35 a pair
As expression denotes the
nature of the individual, so shoes
form the basis of correct attire.
SOROSIS Shoes are care
fully and thoughtfully de
signed to answer the shoe
women or Keen
judgment and dis
cerning: tastes. We
have all leathers in stock.
ALL GOOD COMFORTABLE
KINDS t HOSIERY g UNDERWEAR
ARE HERE MODERATELY PRICED
fllllc Wale, black, white, tan, gray aad nary 80c
Heavy Cottoa, white, black and tan , "iBOC
Split Sole Hose, llslo or cotton, light or medium weight, another
quality .......;,, 500
Cotton Iloso, como In black and tan; 3 pairs. , . . . , ', , . . . i 00
Silk Lialo Moso, 25c and 86c; 3 pafrs'. ; ;$l!oo
Womna'a Vests, ribbed wool, all Btylos f nan
Panta to match, Merodo make. ;
Ribbed Corset Covers , t BOo
nSiS? Yni 81U,U-cfrriod n BtyloB. . ..;. '.Vl.00
The Globo Taylor Union Suite for boys and girls; on0 of the nicest
7t l1menU ORd0 for chlldren; Blzes, 2. to 16; boys',. ages
Underwear 3d Floor
A Basement Bargain Sale of MILLINERY
For This Sale Only
Only Oae to Cestomcr
Beautiful Line of
19c 25c 39c
Oaly Oae to a Customer
Trimmed Hats Less than Half Price
Hats -worth $3.50,
flats worth $0.75,
I Hats -worth $8.76,
Untrimmed Hats for Misses and Women
Immod Silk $0.00 genuine Black Bea- $3.75 Velour shapes, all
$2.75 Untrimmed' 811k
Velrot litis; rr
$3.75 Untrlmmod Silk
Great Bargains in Children's Trimmed Hats
Hats, 1 Bale
price . ,
HOWARD W AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
SWJSET GRASS BASKETS
-i "t-mlUajr grasses
into all shapes and Uses for every
Our fa shipment hu Jost arrived
compute, ma t&at sew u the best
time to ilct for Christmas and
othar gift ocoaslwis.
HORD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
UMC TUsUUTO UinC
IIAvXn'A. Oct Tf. rtor imrpertlng
to Ve signed, by vartew MteM resid
ing HbWsb who threaten to relt the
landteg Otntrti FetLr Dl and to
aeeJJp4t ktm If be afeeuM com ashore
vera posted throughout the city today,
A wireless! MPte1i from th ttnaatr
trorcovaAo, on board of rrtiictx Qtntral
T)m U comlA1: hre, tyi that th tewl
!wttl arrtv at 'S o'clock toroorroir morn.
Thoiecrel jFeltc hav bMi orijorM "to
prohibit all cbmmvml cation bttwken tha
khlp and tha eh or sct by person
fully authorlred. Should general Dial
Hmt. tha hetol at urbJob h ttayt is to be
prtc44 by pollc and a atretic detach,
mcnt et rural tutrda.
PerMtBt ut 9umhm 17m et
Niraf)r AdTrtlala la tha Roat to
DENOUNCE RJPV.S; PR
GitiseHa in Xass Meeting: Prott
Agaiait froalRre ia Seilii Case.
JEW AKD GENTILE ROUSED
Reaelatloaa Cnll on UbKcA Stntea to
rretaat in Kama at Liberty aad
Pre Tkaaarht Atcalaat Kaarat
Ity of Trial at Kiev,
HOniT-rOIIR YEARS OLD AND
"Wo liavG purchased thb emtird samplo
lino and surplus stook of skirts from F.
Kahn of 1000 Washington Ato., St. liouls,
Mo. Hiis Shiptaent will bo. placed on salo
Satnrdaj at the most exceptional values
ever offered in Omaka. This assortment
consists of Scotch plaids, ratines, raatoha,
oponge, poplin and honey comb. Thero ia
not a garment in tho lot that sold at not
less than $5.00 and as high as $12.00. Wo
will sell them in two lots,, for Saturday
$r and S4!
We aro showing a comploto lino of Ladies' and Misses'
Suita and Dresses.
J. Friedman Cloak Shop
Tormwly The Skirt Storo.
322 North 16th Street. Opposite Midland Hotel.
CLIP THIS COUPON
T UXttU ftetn ifW vuJUt 7M nut fnttmi SU Ciwfmt Hkc tU m.
THE IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT ia guaran
teed to be the greatest collection and biggest bargain in
patterns ever offered. The 160 patterns have a retail
jaiae of 10 t each, or more than $10.00 in alL Bring
NX Ceupon aad 68 cents to this office and you will be
presented with 0e Complete Outfit, including Book of
Instructions and oee All Metal Hoop. The 68 cents is to
eover duty, express, handling and the numerous over
hmd xptnvm of getting the package from factory to you.
N, B.Ottt TTw0n Rmmthra will mtU 7 cttttmxtrm fer
A rUM OMAHA BKK,
ChanLCtnritlnr th allul ntiiMl
blot" and ''blood rltUHl" which h Tn..
alan trorarnmant haa affeotad to flsrht lh
the trial of Mendel Belli at Klay, IU).
la. aa a haAAlfrita mlunmv AhA a It
nabbl Froderiok Cohn latt night bald
icnaa a iara audlenoa of Jewi and Con
nie at tho aynarostia In South Omaha:
Vfhlle ha laid bare tha raaaona for Kua.
alan hatred toward the Jew. Harrr
Laptdui waa president of ttie meeUns and
tntroduood a number of aealcora, among
bem vara: Judffa A., X. Sutton, Her.
Hobert I 'Wheeler of tho Preebyterlan
church, lUv. J. W. HaaUa of tha Chris
tlnn church. Mayor Thomaa Hoctor,
Harrr Fleharty and Edward Simon. Mora
than 590 people were preient In tha church
edlfloo where the meeting of protest. was
A commlttM oamnaiiul tit JiMvn A. T.
Sutton, Henry Moniky, Dr. "UHieeler, nev.
Mr. llKKtU and TtAhhl W.WIrlr rnhn
drafted reaolutlona of protest and offered
uiem for approbation by tho meUnr.
Tho resolution were adopted unan
imously, following ia tha teitl
"Whereas, Tha aver racurrlng "blood
acouaaUon' or so-called "ritual murder
plot against tba Jaw la bow being urged
In tha Mendel Bellis trial in Kiev, Rus
sia! and, '
"Whereas. Tha aald accusation anA nlat
haa no foundaUon In fact, either histori
cal or biblical, but finds its uum In
blind passion and prejudice against tha.
occusea ana nis co-religionists; and,
"Whereas, Tha trial of thla oharga must
of necessity wield a great evil Influence
upon tha already widespread and deplora
ble antl-Samltlo aentlment and feeling
against tna Jews In Russia, and must in
cite rlota, ravages and massacres such
as have been experienced in recent years;
"Whereas, Such massacres, riot and
unjust treatment of human beings are
outrageously offensive and repulsive to
civilisation and demand tha attention,
disapproval and protest ot every liberty,
loving man, woman and child; and.
"Whereas, our Americans institution
are built Upon the undying, principle of
freedom and our government was con
ceived in tha Idea of religious tolerance
and freedom ot Million! and
"Whereas, Every American clUien or
oltiten ot any other civilised nxio t.
la loyal to tha principles "and precepta
menuonea. owe, tna auty to himself and
to society, to proUet vigorously and con
stantly against any action which t...
Us purpose or end tha interference with
or tna deprivation of tha God-given privi
leges ot freedom of though and freedom
In religion; be it therefore,
I'ttcra Word, ot Protect.
"Resolved, By tha residents and clU.
tans, Jewish and gentile, of Bnnfh
Omaha and vicinity in mass meeting as
sembled at South Omaha, Neb., at which
meeting are representatives from various
creeds and nationalities, that said assem
bly enter a vigorous and unqualified pro
test to all the world in tba name or ium.
tloo, of brotherhood, and in the spirit ot
religious tolerance, against, the outrag.
sous conduct of tha official and authori
Ues ot Russia in the prosecution of the
Mendel Bella case, and against the Tim.
s!an government tor its action in this
J. W. VAN NOSTRA ND,
matter, which tends only to encourage,
indorso and foster tha belief in the truth
af the ritual murder plot
"Be it Further Resolved, That it is the
expreased sense ot this assembly that
such conduct on the part of the Russian
government and its relation to this pro
ceeding, should be condemned as bar
barous and unfit on the part ot a gov
ernment numbered among the civilised
nations ot the world, since the entire
proceeding is repulsive to the Idea of
civilisation and offensive to the moral
standard of thla advanced ere.
"Be it Further Resolved, That a copy
of these resolutions, be sent to the secre
tary ot state' with a, request that his de
partment take ruoh acUon as It can, con
sistently under the regulations governing
that departrnehtsxouTse lh matters ot thla
kind, said actldii being designed to pre
vent the possibility of massacres and
"Be It Further Resolved, That a copy
ot these resolutions be sent to each of
the dally papers published in Omaha and j
South Omaha with a request that they
be published, .so that those, who read
them may become Informed of the truth
regarding these unjust persecutions and
so that Justice, liberty and- equality shall,
by reason ot the Influence brought to
bear, be measured out to those people
from whom it haa so long been denied."
the White House
WASHINGTON, Oct 17,-PresIdent Wil
son was on his way to the Unlpn station
before 7 o'clock this morning to welcome
Mrs. Wilson and his daughters, the Misses
Margaret and Eleanor, who returned from
the Wilson summer home In Cornish,
Mrs. Wilson and the daughters, ploture
of health, tripped off the train Into the
arms of the president Tho party Was
taken quickly through the private wait
ing rooms set aside for the chief execu
tive ot the nation and to the White
Arriving at the White House President
Wilson and his reunited family sat down
to breakfast Miss Jessie Wilson was the
only one absent from the circle. It waa
said she had remained in the east to
visit friends for a- few days.
Proof that the summer Whtto House
was a thing of the past so far as the
year 1913 was concerned, was contained
todny In n pile ot trunks and boxes that
were stacked in the., hall of the White
House awaiting the attention of Mrs.
Wilson and her daughters. The freight
arrived yesterday and filled two big
trucks which hauled It to the home ot
the chief executive.
In the pile of material that tho brawny
truckman unloaded were thirteen trunks,
forty boxes, an Ice cream freeser. a bar
rel of "eatln " apples and the president's
battered bloyele. The latter looked as
though it had seen severe service over
the Hampshire- roads.
CONTRACTOR MAKES NEW
DEFINITION OF COLLEGE MAN
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct lf.-F. Fagan.
a ahlp contractor, was testifying in a
will contest yesterday concerning the
estate ot the late Captain Michael Mar
tin. "Did you consider Captain Martin a
secretive man?" baked an attorney.
"I don't get VoU'.', parried" Fagan.
"Come again. I ain't a college man."
"What, In your opinion, constitutes a
college man?" the court asked.
"Why, Judge, ycur honor," said Fagan,
"I figure that a college man is one who
can add figures, talk politics and read
"Then I guess we all level up to the re
quirements." said the court. "Oo on
with the evidence."
DUKE WILL BE CHARGED
Seattle, Wash., Oct. w.-Aitred a
Hogtund, who was Injured Tuesday night
when an automobile driven by Laurence
Duke, son of Brodle Duke, the tobacco
manufacturer, ran into a group of men
gathered about a disabled automobile in
the road, is improving,, but not yet out
'of. dan r sr.
The.fioroner's inquest Into, tha death of
Henry O. Fart and Thomas a. Simmons.
rh .-.r. lrttt- V... U . ....,.t.ll ' ... -
be held late today. Simmons died last
night from his Injuries wl.thout having
Duke Is free on J5.000 balL A charge of.
manslaughter will bo placed against him',
according to the prosecuting attorney.
WINDOWS IN PARIS ARE
SMASHED BY SUFFRAGETTE
PARIS, Oct l.-Two bricks recently
wore Ihrown through a beautiful stained
glass window of the American. Protestant
episcopal church, and stones also were
thrown through a dining room wjndow.
of the rectory of ltav. Dr. Watson,
adjoining the church. Miss Minnie Vail,
a woman of formerly residing in New
York, but for a long tlmo a resident of
Paris, was arrested and admitted today
before Ute examining magistrate that she
had broken the windows, sue said she
was a suffragette, but added, that 'she
had private .motives for her conduct.
wmcn sne refused to disclose.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
WEBSTER CITY MAN
PATENTS TELEPHONE METER
WEBSTER, CITY, Ia., Oct 17.-Bpe.
cial.) B. IL Martin, president of the
Martin Telephone company of this city,
has received the papers authorising the
formation ot the International Telephone
Meter company with an authorised capital
ot li.O0Q.CO0i, This company will menu
faoture and market the telephone meter
Invented and patented by Mr, Martin.
The Martin telephone meter I s basic
patent and consequently has absolutely
no competition. It measures accurately
the exact time consumed In using a tele
phone. With the meter attachment tele
phone rates will be basea on the number
of minutes used up on individual instru
Mr, Martin has been years perfecting
hts patent. There are 9,000,000 telephones
In use in this country today and they
are increasing at the rata ot 1.060,000 a
A Call for Ttme.
The tittle group at the ride ot the road
waited until Stealthy -tltlsxlna returned
from the nearby farmhouse.
"foor pickings, be muttered as he
threw down a scrawny beet' bone and a
bair loaf of bread.
"Where'a dat improvement In hand.
outs youse promised?" demanded Muggsy
Happy HlxElns shook his head re.
"You gotter wait" be said, "'till do
publlo adjusts itself to de new tariff.
Then ther fell to and aoraned the ban
and demolished the loaf. Cleveland Plain
Persistent Advert! slug is the Road to
Only One "Hromo Quinine."
That is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look
for the signature ot B W. Grove. Cures
a cold la one days- Cures grip In two
CHINESE BRIGANDS BURN .
TWO MISSION CHURCHES
PEKINO, Oct 17.-A. force of Chinese
brigands commanded by Oeneral Hwang
Liang has murdered sOO people in the
province ot Fo-Klen and also burned two
mission churches, the property ot Amer
ican missionary societies.
Tha American mlssonaries from the dis
turbed district are still in Fu-Csow,
where' they took refuge during the recent
The Chinese government troops sent
against brigands barve not shows much
activity. The Chinese war office today
promised the American charge d'affaires,
ISdwarel T WBilaaaa, that it would Insti
tute effective measures tor tba stwws
sloci ef tke brigands.
You Can't Afford to Delay
your purchasd of a Suit or
Overcoat for fall
Your personal appearances
has much to do with your bus
Bonjatala clothes will ' giro
you that' well groomed look so
Bought after by mdst men.
They are gjable, aubstantlal
clothes which add lhat look of
prosperity to any man, and
they look the part as lon as
you care to wear them.
Their service Is not measur
ed by days nor their appear
ance by hours. They are the
sort of clothes that win your
confidence and hold It
BerUamln Suits and Orer
coats $18.00 to $30.00
I ft. "FOR MEn" 4
rSO& SlO So.l6thV
the famous lecturer and author deliver
an address on
Smturday afternoon at 3:30 p. m., tut sid
of Y. M. C. A. building
Hoar this gromt ormtor FREE
ViXVHt Dept., Omalia, Nsfc.
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