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TUB BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1913.
Every Day Coats and Suits
Everyday because they are very practical
and the materials are of the sturdier sort.
But so far as cut and style are concerned,
they are fine enough for women of taste
and fashion. These are garments that will
be wearable all winter.
COATS, $16.50, $19.50, $25.00
SUITS, $22.50, $25.00, $29.50
No extra charge for alterations. .
Marabout Muff and
Scarfs, in black and
Malino Ruff, pluck, white,
blnck and while, mnl
PlaitingB, Shadow laco,
net, and maline, in white,
cream and black.
tfOWAKD AMD SIXTEENTH STREETS
DE8 MOlNBfl. Oct. ?.-Bptclal.)" Gov
ernor George W. ClarKe today Issued hli
flntt Thanksgiving day proclamation and
'it la regarded its one of the fluent proc
lamations on the Vubjeet ever penned in
Jqwa. In It he said;
' Christian people bellev that the atfalra
ENDS BACKACHE AND
jOexeafl Help I4felea Organ Rcfcd
' HeMh, tHreKth and Activity
It to ueles, dangerous and unflece.
ry to be tortured with the dining-,
twitting pain of backache or autfer dls
a it Via kidney and bladder dleordera
when CrAxone to guaranteed to' -promptly
and surely relieve all auch' misery.
Crftseoe masters 'the trouble becaua
"It aulekly reachea (ha came ot the d
eae. It aeaka right' tht the stepped
up. Inactive TtHHeyi.-threwgh the mim'
brtna and Ubb; ceM out the little
filtering gland; neutrallaea and dissolve
lh leM nrlo held aMdntekM the
aldneya fitter- and Uft froth' '(hi Meed
the waate and poisonous abater that cleg'
the ayeeL,i eAueeKuah trettelei.
It doea'hotf Kwttar hljthf. yoHHa.ve
tut sUghtsyniisjWi or a ihronle.'ag'fra
Yated caae. It la practically Impoaelble to
take Crexone without results. .
An original package of Croxdne coala
but a trifle, and all drucglata are author
laid to return the purchaae pritfe" if y6u
are not entirely aatltfled the very flret
time you uae It Advertisement
1 Full Quart
iry ii ai uttr Expense
Hole eur proeoeltlea, remit
He KM sad we will at eace
ship "yau by Ksret Charge
rrtpaia, s inn uuaru our
Panoaa S Star whisker and
aa addllleaal.I'tiK Quart Free
for Trial rurpea, Or reaatt
u C9S and w will Xipresa
-Charge rrepatd, 4 Full
Quart of our S Star whiskey
and a Teat Bottle Free fat
Trial Purposes. Also Free with
oca order, GoM Tipped Glass
aaa rateBt ce xscrew,
After walag the Free xettle
: yoa are aotsatwaea mat
you bare received the
Bert Whisker Value eb
. til la able at the price,
keep Uie Free nettle
for your trouble, sack
agent, remi a at ear ex
pense sad we, wilt at
ivoucc cheerfully tcfuad
very ceat paid a.
la ease reu ran Bfe
otiered above, oar
soaly iUM Freight
Addresa orders aad
arable va A. rtu,
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Ts isEctts y sft rsgiUr rssiW ys ms! ywitat 9U Cssfsst Ut tl!
THE IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT is guaran
teed to be the greatest collection and biggest bargain in
patterns ever offered. The 160 patterns have a retail
value of 10 cents each, or more than $10.00 in all. Bring
SIX Coupons and 68 cents to this office and you will be
presented with One Complete Outfit, including Book of
Instructions and one All Metal Hooe. 1 ,S81 cents is to
cover duty, express, handling ana the numerous over
head expenses of gettinfT the package from factory to you.
N. M.-rOitt W TWn JttVr will add 7 ntaxtr for
potmgt and cxjhm mf mailing,
ftaWrosa THK OMAKA MX.
89c a Pair
1 clasp, Cape Glove, ot
soft floxiblo skins, all
sizes in tan, gray,
89c a Pair
of men and nation are ruldrd through
the year by a "Divine Mind Unerringly
toward ultimate good,
An the years glide Into the peat distinct
progress in the betterment of human con",
dltlona la noted, a broader nnd deeper
htlmtitiMarlanlatn tu fnllrtilni til lives Of
!mn throughout the world, nil tending,
lowiy. it may ne, towara tne realiza
tion of the splendid virion ot tho broth
erhood of man which Inspired the proph
eta of old and Illuminated the teaching
of Jesus of Nazareth, Tho value of a
man and hl well being In clety have
In recent year become matters o great
concern. A .wrong or ..Injustice to an
Individual, It la now clearly perceived
bears upon alt and shames society and
tho state. . ,
The greatest force tn the world lr
moral force and the moral aentltnent of
the people Ir gathering and growing Into
a tremendous agency for righteousness.
The day Is coming, If it I not already
hare, when the moral aena of the people
and the law will forbid that any man
be placed at a disadvantage, except uy
his own conduct These are the thing
for' which nil men ahould be devoutly
thanvrut nnnn a atatn or national Thanks.
giving day. It ts Impossible to think of
a great state or nation, nowever, iro-
mendoualy rich It may be. apart from a
hlh. minded. Just cltlsenahlp Inspired by
great Ideals, great crope, guratlng gran
aries and banks full of money are fine
thlnm. tn lie sure, for which we should
be Very grateful, but they are Insufficient
and In the end destroy unless they be
coma a basis for the higher things.
In conformity with a custom long es.
tniitlshra nml with the uroclamatlon of
the president ot the United Htates calling
upon tne people 10 ooaeryc, tpiurrunr,
November Ti. next aa a day of thanks,
tivinir tn and. f. O. W. Clarke, governor
of the state., do hereby also name said
u ThnnUulvlnsr day In Jowa and
auggesV that the people throughout the
state assemble In their churches, and,
looking beyond material thing, express
their profound gratitude in speech, song
and .prayer tor. the growth.of righteous,
new. moral .force nnd the finer and bet
ter things in our -life and pray that In
the days tjt come we may have a
deepen concern and aympathy ter human
ity, that we may make our atate what
It ought to be. namely, an expression of
cultivation and the good there la In It.
a great mora.1 force, thot we may be
come distinguished In. the nation as a
courageous, progressive pedple, standing
for -and bringing about that which th
beat men and the best thought through
out the world re:cgnUe as the greatest
good In a modern atate, forgetting not
however, thoae who, without their own
willful fault, are poor and unfortunate
ami remembering tnat ....
"The holy supper la kept, Indeed
In whatso we hare with another's needy
m-. ), wa irlvi. but what we share.
For the gift without tho giver ts bare;
Wbo gives himself with his
Illmaelf. his hungering neighbor and
Efforts to Oraok
Bank Safe Fails
I, in . ii
DEB" MOlNEfi, Oct. (Special Tele-
jrram.) Efforts at nn early hour this
morning to crack the safe of th New
market Taylor County Savlnga bank were.
The first known of the attempt was
when K. J- Hancock, a merchant, gave
th alarm at 4 o'clock. Mr. Hancock had
been detained at hi place ot business
and waa on hi way home at S o'clock,
wheri. In p'asatnf the bank, he was held
up by two strangers. They marched him
to a box car and locked him up. It
waa 4 o'clock before he; finally made
hta escape. It was -dark and Hancock
wm too excited to get a good description
of the men.
When the bank officers arrived they
found, that the spindle had been knocked
oft the safe door and that an effort had
been made to force the combination, but
the robbers failed, Uankere headquarters
have been notified.
la4rs DaaH... Oawahai, Xe.
MURPHY REPLIES TO SULZER
Declares Charge of Ousted Gov
ernor Are False.
DID NOT MAKE ANY THREATS
John A. llennrsay, Kraft Probrr for
Deposed RireBlIrr, Ilelterale
NEW VOUK, Oct ts. Charles ' F. Mur
phy gave out a long statement tonight In
reply to the charges recently made by
William flulzer. Ot the accusations
uttered by tfulier In his campaign
i-perches and In newspapers nil but one
are denied by"lho Tammany holt leader.
'J. he exception related to ft $25,K cam
paign conttlbutlon of Judge Rcardsley.
Butter said he rejected thin contri
bution upon .learning that It came from
Anthony S. Ilrndy and that the money
utqunntly went to Murphy, who. he
declared, had made no accounting of It
Murphy said tonight he received tho
inonoy from Deardsley but returned It to
Mr. Brady the following day. Mr. Drady
died In Loudon last spring, several
months after the Incidents mentioned by
Murphy nnd ?uUer.'
Murphy In Jils statement emphasized
the fact that Sutler did not make his
charges before- the court which Im
Why was. Mr. flulzer afraid to face
the court and there make his statement
Ul dor oath on the witness stand?" de
manded Murphy. "I was willing to ap-
ptar. lie declined to appear. Mr. Sulzer
tried to arouse prejudice by publicly as
serting that the solemn verdict ot tho
highest court In the atate wan due to
my Influence. Tho fact Is that tho only
man responsible for the dlegmce and
downfall of Governor Sulzer, Is William
Murphy denied charges that he offered
to pay off Suiter's debts; that he met
Eutzer at specified tjmesj nlteged by Htll
zer: that he suggested certain men tor
heads at state departments; that he de
manded pledges regarding legislation;
that he sent a threat to Bulzer regarding
an appointment of highway commissioner
tor James is. uanney mat u wouia no
Oaffnev or war;" that he attempted to
Influence Sulzer In the matter of appoint
ments to Judiciary position; that he
threatened to disgrace Sulzor and wrec
hi administration; that he ever told
Sulzer he would "stand by" Stllwell,
former atate senator, now In Sing Bin
for accepting a bribe to expedite state
legislation; that he threatened Sulzer
with Impeachment If Sulzer did not "call
oft John A. Ilennesy Sulzer'a graft In
vestigator; that ho met with advisors and
decided on Sulzer'a removal from office,
and that he ever received the 110,000 Sulzer
said he received as a campaign contribu
tion from Allan A. Ityan and sent to
After acceding to the demand ot Ed
ward K. McCall, Tammany hall candl
data for mayor, that he put In writing
his oharges against McCall. John A. Hen-
nrssy, graft Investigator for tho deposed
governor, again reiterated tonight at an
uptown meeting many of-the statements
contained In those charge, The speaker
prepared tonight his promised speech
dealing with his Interview with former
Senator Stephen Stllwell but displayed
a large volume, which contained he de
dared, the transcTlpt'Of) StUwell' tery
as It was told to hlmdn )sg fling prison.
Tho story, It la aajdr waa taken by
means of a telephonlo device. -
. "I'll tell the Btllwetl atory tomorrow
night," Hennewy assured,the crowd.
James D. Mcdettand, counel tor Bttt
well. Issued a statement tonight tn which
he denied that his client had made a con
fession to Hennessy Invplvlng democratic
leaders. i ,
GENERAL DM TAKES
REFUGE ON GUNBOAT
WHEELING IN HARBOR
(Continued from Page One.)
tectlves who remained guarding the de
serted rooms of the hotel.
The' action of the American consul tn
assisting General Diaz in hta flight had
received the prior approval' ot the gov
ernment at Washington.
Consul Canadu signaled to the Wheel
ing for a boat to be sent ashore after
Dlaa made hts -nay Into the consulate
Qeneral Dlas and his companions, once
on board the Wheeling, recovered their
equanimity, but this morning reiterated
tneir oeuer tnai iney were iq nave mm
Federal Commander Amnaed,
General Gustavo Mao, commander ot
tho federal troops at Vera Cruz, appeared
today to be amused more than provoked
by tho action Of Oeneral Felix Dlax In
Uktng refuge last night on board the
The federal commander Insists that ha
has no orders for the arrest cf Genoral
Dlax and that he ha no orders to pro
test against the action ot the United
States tn affording asylum to Diaz.
General Moa says Uiat Dlax might come
ashore now without molrstaUon. General
Ma a says that Plax should have been
"courteous enough to Inform the War de
partment that' he deal red to live n board
a, foreign warship."
MEXICO C1TT. Oct. M-Only eight
persons survived when the troop train
waa dynamited by rebels yesterday at
the railway station of Uitu, between Bel
tlllo and Vanegas, Coah'ulta. iMore than
too ederal soldier. Including three offi
cer, were killed. All the survivor were
Colonel Manuel Vttiaueraiaga- secretary
to General Blanquet, minister ot war.
returned from Vera Crux this morning.
He said his last Interview with Dlax took
place on the balcony or th German hotel
In Vera Our, where the shadow of the
American Hag Hying over the consulate
next door tell on Dlax.
The colonel ld Dlax had refused to
return to tho capital In spit of the fact
that the offer had been made of the
school ship Zaragoxa to take htm to Tarn
pIco and of a special train from there to
The real reason for Dlax' refusal ap
TMird. said the colonel, to be hla un
founded fear and his deatra to remain
-In the shadow of the Stars and Stripe."
Pile Cure la to 14 Days.
Druggist refund money It Paio Oint
ment falls to oure Itching, blind, bleed.
Ing or protruding pllea. First applica
tion Blve relief. 60c. Advertisement
.... I ,
Pojte Casapaay Falls.
HAKTFOBD. Conn. Oct 3a. Announce
ment waa made here today that the Pope
Manufacturing company had been placed
In the hands ot a receiver, Tfa com
pany made motor vehlcla.
the Killing of
NEW TORIf. Oct 28. Hans Schmidt,,
one time priest and confessed slayer ot
Anna Aumuller, took full respcjlblllty
today for the counterfeiting operations
for which his associate, Ernest Muret,
1 on trial.
"1 made the money; t did It," shouted
Schmidt, rising from the witness chair.
"It's no person's business why I did It
That Is between Ood and me. Muret re
fused to help me. I bought the whole
Schmidt 1s soon .to be tried on the mur
der charge. His defense will be Insanity.
"Mprot had nothing to do with my
murder ot Anna Aumuller," continued
the former priest "He never met her. I
The witness said that In order to con
ceal from his frlned, Muret, the fact
that he was counterfeiting, he did much
of his work In the vestry of St. Jo
seph's Catholic church, where he was a
After Schmidt testified both side rested
and counsel began summing up.
Additional Names of
Tt!. J. II. O'Callaghan, Schuyler. Neb.
750. Floyd Culllns, route 2, L.ucaj, Kan.
761. Frank 8havlUk. Llnwood, Neb.
752. William E. Dodendorf. 322 East ave
nue. Grand Island, Neb.
75.1. James IV, McKolvey. Edgemont
7M. Julius Hoefer, Petersburg, Neb.
750. Itobert Wetssenfluh. Xoomls, Neb.
75C. John II. Hanfelt. 2825 Browne street
767. Arthur Potter. Dallon. Neb.
75S. G. M. Couch. 1320 North Twenty-
soventh street, Lincoln, Neb.
s. K. ll. Frank, Ilouto 2, Loom Is, Neb.
7. M. K. Wlnberg, Sargent Neb.
761. Guy McCoy, Blanche, Neb.
762. H- T. Donncr. 902 South Third street.
63. William Long, Tabor, la.
7i4. Harry Harvey, Norton, Kan.
7S5. C. IT Howelv. 701 Yellnwstnne street.
76fi. Klla M. Uarrett. Ogallala, Neb.
767. Earl I IJates, Illvervlew, Neb.
70S, Itobert L. Booker, Bladen, Neb.
7t. It, G. Sellon, Randolph, Neb.
iik it. uranson, wnuman, meo.
771. William II. Been Oasts,
772. MrsA Myrtle Walker,
street Omaha, Neb.
773. Han Schende, West Point. Neb.
774. Abbot E, Fay, Kearney, Neh.
775. William Schaefer, Box 122, Eustls,
776. P. . nilcy. Memo, N. D.
777. Jay Cole, Route 1. Oxford, Neb.
778. Will M. Wlltordtng, 1141 Manett
street, Lincoln, Neb.
779. A. J. Granel. Winner, 8. D.
750. W. II. Frost. Houte 4, Bertrand,
751. Augustus W. Hollngreen, lied Cloud,
782, Paul nellke. White nlver, 8. D.
7S3. Hoy Noland, Napier. Mo.
784. II. F. Thompson, Overton, Neb.
7R5. James O'Connor, Imogene, la:
784. John Gorges. Route 1. Bartlett, 1a.
787. Oliver Moody, 821 West Eleventh
street North Platte, Neb.
7SS. John Jacobson, Lexington, Neb.
789. Alfred Jensen, Marquette. Neb.
790. G, O. Ileber, IMpler, Neb.
791. E. A. Voadlek, Mullen, Neb.
792. F. 8. Stevens, Bethany, Neb.
7M. William Karnes. Ansclmo. Neb,
794. H. C, Thomas, care Place meat mar
ket, Holdrege, Neb.
793. Harry Chriatensen, Mlnden, NrV
790. Ferdinand Ostdlck, Lawrence, Web.
797, E. M, Thomas, Gibbon, Neb.
79$. Bllas L. Denton. Edgar. Neb.
799. Paul D. Denlson, 459 North Fortieth
.street omaha. Neb.
, 809. James W. Pokorny, Wood. 8. D.
80f.' Henry' Wllger. Exeter, Neb,
1-02. Emma L. Grayson, Atwood, Kan;
803 F J. Drlscoll, at-Charles. 8. -D.
804-Guy A. .W.aterbury,. Brady, Neb.
8GS. Itallle Itoblnson, Hosemond. Neb.
Son. Fnnny Hatra, Kllgore, Neb,
i 807. Ell Cqx, ncrwyn. Neb. . , .
' HO. W. t. Mnrnilla. Cvntra.1 Cltv: Vih'
! 889. Leonard E. Ulomqulst, ColomoB. "D,
810. uenry u. iiuprer, m Houth Dewey
street, North Platte, Neb.
, 811. Charles II.. Row,e, Johnstown, Neb,
1 812. misha V Miller, JCorth Platte, Neb.
' MS. Iouls I Nervlg. Voltn, a D.
814. James Kennedy, Inez, Neb.
816. Frnnkljh HUbbert, It F. D. J, Osce
816, Chris Mannhalter. St. Francis, 8. D.
317. Jennie M. Zentmyer. 617 North Thirty-third
street Omaha, Neb.
818. Benjamin A. Lacy, Butte. Neb.
819. William H. Bonhan. 21 K W. Wh.
tngton' avenue. Council Bluffs. la.
820. Yep T. Ttossen. Ragen, Neb.
KL 'Frank C. Hocholousek, sr., Gregory,
822.' M. M. Huff (Mrs.) Edgemont, S. D.
SIS. Ross B. Wymore. Dunning. Neb.
824. B. E. Carroll. McFarland. lean.
826. It C. Warner, Norton, Kan.
833. John Holman. Stuart, Neb.
827. Armenia E. Tucker, Lowell,' Neb.
828. James Murphy; It F. D. 3. Bert
rand, Neb. . .
829. Milton King. R. F.. D. 1. Amherat
?o Ferguson, Long . Pine, Neb.
831. W. A. Fulton. Sidney, Neb.L
SJ2. Joseph Greenwood, Alda, Neb:
8M. Frank J. Skolil. Comatook. Neb.
R J.V N- Unthank, Arilngton. Neb,
8M. Clifford Brantlng. Clorks. Neb.
838. Julius Hay, MUboro. 8. D.
837, Ellis Losh. Illchlsnd, Kan.
828. J. A. Schuyler, box 141, station x,
8t Joseph, Mo.
!39. Miles Lyons, Wood River, Neb.
$40. Alice M. Otten, 915 Wat Fifth
street North Platte. Neb. ,
O. R. naxee, CurtU, Neb.
8t2. K. 8. Rose, Webster. Kan. "
w8. Bert 8. CTalr. 602 North Twenty,
first street, Omaha, Neb.
4. Bertha Otaon, 8umner. Neb.
cfMSl NBiuffVri,Ulla!"POn' 'Avenue
84. Da1s Owens. Soldier. Kan.
HI" - Yf' .Campbell. Uokeby, Neb.
iiS- IJ- Hollenberg, Irving. Kan.
lil- hr'M O. Glass. IJtchfleld. Neb.
8J0. C. P, Earhart North Platte, Neb.
A. F. Hates, BellevlIU, Kan.
hi asinuU) iit'ii,
8S3. Norman C. Godfrey, Route 2. Sum
861. Charley A. Rudman, 1431 Curtl
treet. Denver, Colo.
855. Arthur Davia, Curtis. -Neb.
854 Albert llelgeraon, Route 1. Otddes,
o. D i
K7. C. W. Dummer. Uonesteel, 8. ).
SiS. W. B. Wood, Nelson. Neb!
S3. Peter Nelson. Butte, Nb.
i- y'..pce ChPPelU Neb.
ML J. a Haneberg. Belolt Kan.
CTy llS'P uthrl0' nout Moun
IS- )V,n.lm Toomey. Arapahoe, Neb.
8fi4 y. A. Merdlan. Big Tlmbe.r Mont
B"",e A.t3arIow,. Route 5. South
! JS- S- C .ctor. Orchard. Nab.
557. Earl Hollenbeck, Mason City. NeU
BREATHE FREELY! OPEN NOSTRILS
AND STUFFED HEAD END CATARRH
Hart at XUaUt Wnsa V aa. St aaa are
Oleffged, from a OoU. )Wp Hasty
Catbarraal Staoaarga. SaH VeaAceke
Try "ray's Cream Balnv
Get a email bottle anywhere, Jut,to tryi ing soothing, reUet come Immediately,
it- Apply a Itttla in the nostril and In- potft jy- awake tonight atruggUng fpr
stantly yeur clogfied noo and toppd-up' bratw with head stuffed; nostrils closed,
air passage ot the head will open; you hawVUig and blowing. Catarrh or a cold,
will breathe freely; dullnea and head- j wlthlu running nose, foul mucous drop
aeno disappear By mornlngt the catarrh, ping fpto the throat and raw dryness ia
cold-ln-haad or catarrhal sore throat will dlstreaalng but truly nedlesa
be gone. , Put your faith Just once - In Ely's
Bad each misery now Get th small qream Balm" and your cold or catarrh
bottle of "By'i Cream Balm" at any I will surely disappear.
THE HOUSE OP MENAGH
1613 Farnam St. The Gentlewoman's Store 1613 Farnam St,
WE TAKE great pleasure in announcing that we are prepared to show you tho most
complete lines of Cloaks, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Furs and children's wear of distinc
You will find the styles that we are showing aro entirely different from the ordinary gar
ments that are being shown in Omaha.
Our New York buying office assembled 250 of the most clever coats and suits, the pick of
six high class maker's models for our Wednesday sale.
Garments Worth up
Garments Worth up
Vt OCCUPY IOOOO
3C1UARX rttvr IN
86S. ErneBl F. Hans, Battle Creek, Neb. ,
' 869. A. J. Saylor, UPallsade, Neb.
870. Margaret Good, HI air. Neb. .
871. Arthur Bowles, route 3. Wilcox.
872. John S. Hachman. route 1. Rulo.
872. William Johnson. McCook, Neb.
874. 8 D. Ballard, Blair. Neb.
875. John A. Teckltind, Ravenna, Neb.
87. Fred. Hartley. Sargent, Neb.
877. J. L. Bcedle. Edison, Neb.
878. Mrs. L. A. Rodocker, Ravenna, Nob.
879. CharleM TL Plnnn rnlltA 1. Anrarila
Neb. - : '
1.201. John Schlndler, Goodland, Kan.
1,. Edna Jacobsen, Broken Bow, Neb.
1;203. Jphn Evans, Ieon. Ia.
1.201. J. J. JnnH. 2119 Khmrnn nvnli.
Lac tTOrt A. Dobol, 122 K street, Lin
coln, Neb. j '
1,-200. Lewis J. Larson, Lincoln, Neb.
1.207. P. 8. Stephens, Overton, Neb.
1,203. It H. Richardson, Downs, Kan.
lt209. Relnhold Harms, Hosklns, Neb.
1.210. Chris. Valentine. Hastings. Neb.
1.211. Harry W. Clark. Dunning, Neb.
1.212. It O. Allen, Bradshaw, Neb.
1.213. Georgo Hufford, 807 Blaine, Hold
1.214. Mark G. Taylor, 927 Kansas ave
nue. Atchison, Kan.
1.215. Carrol Vaughn, Loomls, Neb.
, 121C. Irvln V. Lodd. 635 South Twenty
sixth avenue, Omaha, Neb.
1217. It H. Williams, Tryon. Neb.
1218. Myra E. Krlse, Loup City, Neb.
121f. Clyde P. Clark, 32t3 Garrison ave
nue, eioux v.Tiy, ia.
1220. Charles Main, route
1221. Joseph B. Blake, route 3, Tecumseh,
1222. O. C. Wambcrg. Norfolk;' Neb.
1223. John H. Dempster, Lemnrs.- Ia.
1224. R. U. Simmons, McCook, Neb.
1225. Perry Sherard, Maysville, Mo.
1226. J. II. Drtedlove. 1 rarkr Circle.
jCfounpil , Blufi Ia- ' i ,
Jonn u. Htovnii, uraig, alo.
122S, Ilurford Bales', Muscody, Win.
1,223. Miss Llllle Flpney, 321 .East .8 c
ihd, North Platte, 'Neb. m' '
1.230. Thomas' Thomson. 'Mlnderfi I'
1,231. Lester H. Sawyer. R. F. D. 3,
BloomMeid, Neb. .
i '1.232. William Peterson. Sargeiit, "Neb".
l.OT. Krnest V. Ellis, York, Neb.
1,231, John Blffar, Kennard, Neb. , -1.233.4lloy
Owens, Missouri Valley, Ia.
1.291. C. A. Granger. Comstock. Neb.
1.237. Katherine KIddoo,' Smith' Center,
1.238. Georsre Thomnsonr Edgemont S. D,
1,233. George Fltzglbbons, 8. Ann, Neb,
1.ZW. Aivan Lt. I'arK, isw ivnox avenue,
Lincoln. Neb. .
1,211. AVUllom Carmady, Tforden. Neb.
1.242. H. H. Morgan. Kllgore, Neb.
tJIS 3. VI. Martin. Coin. Ia.
' i4i O. Lavock, 1321 Avenue D, Council
niurr, .ia. . .
isi RtWih f famnbell. Emerson. Neb.
1246. Pat - Moltugh, C23 Maple street
North Platte. Neb.
1517. r VAtei-son. Fort Crook. Neb.
13IS. Bemlc Crook, 1U North Eleventh
street Fort Dodge, Is.
, ,J24S.rMne Wolf art. Elgin. .Neb.
')250. Joseph Belbold. 302 WH1I street
CotineU Bluffs. In. . ' '
1251. JrvJn Fepstermacher, .pedari Bluffs,
K&t. Leo Ii. Wilson, Splcfco'rdf'Mo.
12S3. Alba M. Wiley. Wewela.i S! J.
UUi A. B. Chaae. Spring1ow, Neb.
1255, RIIey.C.lAder. Vivian; 8, J.
1256. Arthur Lutman. Union Pacific com
missary. Omaha. Neb. .
.i . .
Wins. Sdod Land
Mlsa Bertha Thoelecke,- Forty-third and
(Franklin itreets, teacher nt -the Clifton
Hill school, drew, No. 49;ln tho land draw
ing at North Platte, and waa lucky
enough to aecure 640 acres, of fine grating i
territory, near tho- town ot Bertha. Miss ;
Thoelecke did not register until two
hour before the 'dpatng. on Saturday and
had no Idea that she would prove to be t
among the lucky ones. She was per-,
suaded to regtstejr by friends 'tn North
Platte whom ahe visited la,t 'Summer.-,
She expects , to prove up on the land and j
thnn sell It I
One Killed: When
Auto Turns Turtle
MASON CITT, la. Oct 23.-8peclal J
Telegram.) Webber King of , Waterloo '
waa killed and August Epperllng ot the j
urns place -waa poaalbly" fatallyv Injured I
when their machine turned turtle near
Leroy. Minn. Farmers discovered them -
late In the afternoon. Jerry Cashman ot
Rlcevtlle was Injured. The men were out J
looking at land.
drug toT. - Thl wett fragrant balm
dUaohres by h heat .of th nostril; pen.
etratea and.haa) th inflamed, awollon
membrane which llnea the noae, head and
throat: rJaara tha air Huiru! atona
nuty dlachajrrra and a fesllnr of cleans-
to $50.00 only
to $125.00 only
This la an lUmrtraMon of th
mammoth strnctar that
honsas onr giw York office
at aad St. Oar offlo Is equip
ped with th bast orgaalxed
buying fore In th United
tat . as It will be tturoagh
the cooperation of this woa
derfal bay lag organisation and
onr retail stores that w will
be able to serve th people of
Omaha In a way different from
any other stor.
WOMAN IS ELECTED
' , POSTMASTER BY WOMEN
CORNING. Kan., Oct S.-Mre. MInnIo !
Weyer.-a. widow, wa elected to- the post-
inasiersnip nore over nvo men opponents.
Mrs. Weyer waa 106 ahead ot her closest
competitor. Tho election was held last
."Tho. other, candidates spent all their
tlmo haggling over the votes of tho
mwi." Mrs. Weyer said todayf "I let tho
men's votes take care, of. themselvei and
lined up my own sex. That mad It
STELLA, Neb., Oct 28.-(Speclal.
ICharlea Shafer, aged 76 years, dropped
dead from heart disease this morning.
Mr. Shafer came to Nebraska In 1871, and
In that tlmo. has accumulated a- fortune
ot 3100,030 by farming and iy buying' I
oana ana homing it Ho 1 survived only
by his widow, Mr. Shafer served three
years In Company B, One Hundred and
Fifth Ohio Infantry.
TORK, Neb., Oct 28. (Spedal:)-George
Lothrop of Bt Paul, age 73. and Mrs.
Mary A, Brakeman, ago 75, were married,
,Sunday by County Judge'' Wray. '
"AUBURN HAIR GIRL"
The "Girl With AubaraHair"
Represents Parisian Sage,
the Meet Pleasant and In
vigorating Hair Tonic.
Parisian Sage quickly and surely re
moves dandruff makes the "hair soft
wavy and abundant It cleanse, cools
and Invigorates the scalp.
If yoar aalr U thinning out or 1 'harsh,
doll and lifeless, do not "deofialr.
Follow the example -jot other whose
hair you adjntre give it dally attention.
If you have dandruff. It Is because the
scalp is. too dry and flake off, Nourish
the scalp and dandruff disappears.
if the half W dry.- brittle and thin,
soften it up sake It grow.
' Surely use Parisian Sage It supplies
hair and scalp needs. Jt Is delicately
perfuraeof -and free from grease . and"
stickiness. It quickly stop ' ftchln
head, take away the dryness. Immedi
ately remove dandruff, makta therrsca)p
healthy and gives the hair that.envlabie,
lustre and beauty you desire. '
The "Girt with the Auburn Hair" Is
on every 60 cent bottle of Parisian Bag.
Bold at all druggists or toilet ccuntera
try It now.
A persistent pur
pose to produce
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
aro inspired by a persist
ent purpose to produce
perfect clothes at moder
To accomplish this they
have as designers, work
and inspectors the highest
type of the younger men.
These men get results and
yon get the benefits,
To wear a Benjamin is
to wear perfept clothes.
Suits and Overcoats
The Greatest Sale Omaha has
ever known will be
OUR OPENING AND
day aid Monday
Unusual values will be offered
in an unusual way.
WAIT FOR ITS
Evening s Capers
Office For Rent
The large room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by the Havens, i
White Coal Co.
Nice Farnam street front.
,age. About 1,500 squaro
feet of floor space jwith
large vault. .Extra en
trance from court of the
Fine -off ice, fixtures are of.
fered for sale. Apply to
N. P. FeU, Bee office.
mmwwmki HMW wvlrV Mir,
yew aatamoMla ia th
Down Town Garage
rauCTMOav-cnsAW ajt vrAuc
Jast areas! th.e oornar frem th
11S MWAJUi BT.
R. M. HARKir, Prop.
Uie day' happcHings nvcry -ay.
If folks don't read your ctoro
newB errj-r Ujr, It-'g your faujt.
Robert B. Mantel)
Mat. Today RICHELIEU
I- ..xnra lxu
. JCat . lCXBOXAlfT of VXXIC7E
Sat. . . , BIOKA&B HI
Wight at a p. m. Mats, at a p. n.
TOjTXQXT UL WSSX
Matin Thaxsda and Saturday
American Theater Stock Co.
"Under Southern Skies."
Heat Wealc JTXB YTJtQrjriAy-
UalUH Eterr nar. I ll r.. m.,
Haw W.IIU Clut, MaoaUfT MooX 1
Aran. Vn4 Uaatll, L V.oioTMju,
and stul, tirat-rua Moiloo PlSnii
Prlc. Wit. Oallr., uJrVZL
HKZsc. U, aaJ 7)-
tWrJlJJp'TJt xt, l-a3-50o
XaiVBlg, KAT.T. It MOBTOV In The
Quns of Par-is
The npaaat, rasctnatlag Pll-aUU of
XntozieatUg Hilarity, "Wa, VutT Co
at Komi." Big Cast! Chorus of as Bmlil
Ing Beauties. Oorgaoa stag ttlngs.
ZadUs' Dim lCaUa wsk Day.
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