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THE BKE: OMAHA, SAT I KDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1U1.I.
Special Coat Values
For Tomorrow (Saturday)
We have a wonderful assort
ment of coats in all fabrics, suit
able for every kind of wear, at
Many would' ask $30 to $35 for
No charge for alterations.
Furs In Every
With cold weather at
hand, it's well to con
sider furs seriously
particularly suqh fur
sets and coats as we
Always Truly Represented
A variety so cxtcnslro n to
satisfy tlio wnnta of every one.
Sets, $7.50' $300
Harrison's Reindeer Fabric Gloves
Don't purchase a "Duplex Fabric"
glove before you have seen "Harri
son's Reindeer" "excelling all oth
ers in style and fit" say those of our
customers wlio.hav e worn these
Women ' Short Glmves, in black, d 1 f(
white, and colors, a pair . . .
Misses' Short Gloves, in white, d1 fkfk
chamois and reindeer shade, a pr. pJLflJ
Women's 16-Button Length, f O ff
white only, a pair v Olf
We are the OswHa Selling Af ents for these gloves.
HODflJtDJiAMD SIXTEENTH STREETS
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3 GREAT BOOKS AT SOc
aC'CAHTEH. "THE PRICK OF THE PRAIUIE."
BACI.EV, "THE MISTRESS OP 81IIN8TONE,"
DELAND, "THE IRON WOMAN."
ALL ON SALE NOW AT 60c EACH.
KIESER'S BOOK STORE
Y. SI, O. A. Building.
Have You Joined Kicacr'a 2c-a-Uy library?
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THE IMPIAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT is guaran-ttttd-to
t Uw grtwtMt collection and bigst bargain in
ptirnc ever offered. The 160 patterns have a retail
value of Id eeata each, or more than $10.00 in all Brine
SIX Coupons ana 06 cents
with One. Cootflete Outfit, including Book of
instnietions and one All Metal Hoop. The 681 cents is to
eover duty, express, hand lis g and the numerous over
hemi expenses of getting the package from factory to. you.
N, B.Chtt mf 7shr Remdmrt will mdJ 7 ctnta extra For
fcflmPaSssJJ IVtsM gf fs
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Efornal vigilance ia, exer
cised by tho Benjamin or
ganization in selocting
their woolens, thon in the
designing of thoir models,
and aftqr these processes
tho tailoring of their gar
ments is matched through
every stago hy critical men
who's only thought to give you a gar
ment perfect In every detail. Even the
allk thread used la all Benjamin clothes
It given meet unusual teata.
$18 to $30
Buys a Benjamin ault or overcoat. What
more can you get at any price?
h jrujt hen
to this office and you will be
Winter Su Wnd Furs
A suit with becoming furs is
the finest of apparel for milady.
Our styles of suits are new; they
are the same as those, shown now
in New York.
$35 $45 $55
The Store for
Won't you step in
Saturday and allow
us to show you the
newest waist styles?
with many novel
touches to relieve the
too often o'rdinary ap
pearance. They are
MEN'S 25c Onyx Silk Lisle Hose,
with linen heel and toe, in
gray, navy and black, sizes dy2
to ll1; special for Saturday,
19c a pair.
MEN'S Outing Flannel Night
Robes, good quality flannel, cut
extra large, 50c, 75c and
MEN'S High-grado Union Suit3
for winter wear, Sterling, Su
perior and Piqua makes, $1.00
MEN'S High-grade Ooat Sweat
ers, with the shawl or Byron
collar, $1.50 to $7.50.
Exclusive Agents for
i -sREPORTED pEpr t
, (Continued from. Page One.) .
and Orplnel 'wtio were trying to check
the advance of tha rebels by feigning an
I attack on JImlner,
I Oeneral Villa la now In tit vicinity of
Parrot Tho nUlrood between- Jlmlnot
and Santa Rosalia has been badly dam
aged and tho federal troops are obliged
to proceed overland, a task which hith
erto they have not succeeded In accom
In at Jaarri.
m, PASO, Tex., Oct. Si. No news has
reached Juarex of the evacuation of Chi
huahua by the federals or of an attack
by the rebels.
The rebels ure known to have been close
to the city yesterday afternoon. Juarea
officials this afternoon were In communi
cation with Chihuahua by wire. They
say (he city Is quiet and that there are
no train i on the line between J Wares and
Chihuahua. Testerday trains were re
ported made up and ready to take the
troops out ot Chihuahua for the north In
tho event of a rebel attack.
WASHINGTON, Oct. SL-Franclsco Es-
quodero, chief of the Department of For
etgn Relations for the constitutionalists
In Mexico, telegraphed their headquarters
here today from Hennoslllo that the ted
erals had evacuated the city ot Chihuahua
on the approach ot Pancho Villa and the
! COMMANDER BOOTH
I REACHES NEW YORK
! NKW YOIUC, Oct. at William Brora
well Booth, who succeeded his lata father
as head ot the Solvation Army, arrived
In New Tork today on his first visit to
America. He will go direct to Winnipeg
and Toronto and will then return to the
United States, stopping first at Chicago.
The general is 57 years old. For years he
was his father's chief lieutenant
Oeneral Booth was visibly annoyed when
reporters .asked 'him It 'he.-expected to
let rid of humors, boil,plmpTv
Restore your sppetitt, c
Banish that tired fsslinj. . '
Build up your nerves, '
Have refreshing sleep, and
Health-color in your face
By taking the true blood tonic,
Prepared oujy by C. I. Hood Co
Lowell, Mass. over 50 years' experi
ence 'lp inaklnr meflldlne Made
by "Hood It's Cood Sold everywhere.
In the Infant's
White Shaker Flannel Pin
ning Blankets on cambric
waistband, medium or
heavy weight, 25c, 35c
Long White Wool Flannel
Skirts, plain hemstitched
hem or machine or hand
embroidered, prices 50c,
85C, $1.00, $1.25 to
This offer includes
One-Half the Original
values $1.25 to $2,50
"jutt IM brother, BallinctonJJcoth. head
Of thelVolur(Mer tit America, from whom
he lonjr has been estranged.
"I liaw my ljrothcr whenh'e, was last In
England," lie iakl) '('and I' ekpect to see
him here coon. As to an alliance between
the armies I cannot soy. I don't know
how my brother would take to such a
uraeitlon. If my brother would, stole
ucl an )l)anc I would cladly entertain
It but. I have not yet given the matter
Are Badly Tangled
KANSAS CITY, 5fo., Oct. SL The ques
tion of ownership of thev Kansas City,
Mexico Orient railway cannot be set
tled and the rcorganlsaUon of the com
pany completed until the conflicting
claims of .the bond holders and the con
struction companies engaged In finish
ing the road are straightened out. This
decision was made today by Judge John
C Tollock ot the federal court In Kansas
City, Kan. Judge Pollock appointed Clif
ford Illsted ot Kansas City, Mo., special
examiner to Investigate and submit proofs
of the claims ot bondholders and con
The Orient company went Into the hands
of receivers In March, iSIX The federal
court appointed separate sets of receiv
ers for the company's properties In Mis
souri and Kansas, in Texas and Okla
homa and In, Mexico, In all, eleven re
ceivers have charge of the property.
About S00 miles of the road are tu 0 titra
tion and said to be paring expenses. The
remainder of the road Is in process ot
construction. Judge Tollock lost June be
gan an effort to settle claims against the
road In order that the property might be
sold, the company reorganized or'the re
ceivership otherwise lifted.
Until Mr. Illsted has made his report
no further action will be taken, Judge
CREW TAKEN FROM
BURNING SHIP AT SEA
HAMBURG, Qermany. Oct. Si! Twenty
two ot tho twenty-five men in the crew
ot the French bark Patrie were rescued
today In mid-ocean by the Hamburg
American liner Kronprlnbessln Cecilia.
The liner found the Patrie burning and
disabled In mid-ocean, according to wire
less dispatches. The Oerman captain
launched boats and took oft the crew.
Three ot the French sailors had been
washed overboard and drowned Just be
fore the arrival ot the liner.
The Patrie was a vessel ot SOC tons dis
placement and hailed from Fecamp,
Fiance. The Kron Frlnsessln CeclUe Is on
the way here from Mexico.
FORT DODGE ROAD S
SOLD TO BONDHOLDERS
BOONE. Is., Oct SL The Fort Dodge,
Des Moines & Southern Interurban rail
way was sold at a receivership sole at i
o'clock this afternoon, to Kollln B. Fisher,
representing the Old Colony Trust com
pany of Boston, for tJ.MO.COO. This is said
to mean tht the bondholders will retain
control of the road. The minor prop
erties and other effects connected with
the road brought the sum of 'JIM. 500.
Only One Biouto Quinine.
That Is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look
for the signature of IS. W. drove. Cures
a cold In one days. Cures grip In two
White Wool Flannel Pin
ning Blankets on cambric
waistband, 65c, 85c and
Short White Flannel Skirts
on cambric waist, plain or
embroidered; . sizes 6 mo.,
1, 2, 3 years, S0cf 85c,
$1.00 to $3.00.
Choice of any Trimmed Hat
in the House Saturday
our entire stock of about
10 good shapes, value
$250, Sale price
MOVMNBD AMD SIXTEENTH JBTK.CETS'
Italics of Tyler and
Van Buren Added to
White House List
"WASHINGTON,-1' Oct. St After a
search ' covering several yeare, Mrs.
Abby O. Baker, in charge of the Whits
Ilbuso collection ot historic relics, today
placed In the caolneta household relics
of the administration .of Presidents Tyler
and Van Buren. Mrs. Wilson has taken
a deep Interest In the collection, which
Includes dishes and personal effects used
by former occupants ot the house and
has expressed her thanks to the donors.
The President Tyler relic was the .gift
ot Mrs. William M. Ellis ot Shawsvllle,
Va., and Is a dinner platter, one ot a
especially prized by President Tyler.
In addlUon, Judge D. Gardner Tyler, a
son of the president, who Uvea In
Sturgeon Point, Va., has advised Mrs.
Baker that he Is sending two silver fruit
baskets which were used In the White
House and which were rescued from the
ashes of the Tyler home when It was
burned after tho surrender of Richmond
In the civil war.
Mrs. Helen Singleton Green of Colum
bia, a C, furnished the Van Buren re! la,
a handsomely engraved silver water
pitcher, a gift from Benjamin F, Butler
to the president Mrs. Green received
the pitcher from her aunt, who was the
wife of President Van Buren's son, and
who for two years served as "mistress of
THE HOUSE OF MENAGH
1613 Famam St.
Owing to tho fact that tho manufacturers are unable to complete our stock of high
grade garments for 10 days it will not bo policy to inaugurate Our Opening and Ac
quaintance Sale as announced early in the week.
We have already about 1,500 garments in stock and some very desirable ones, but
some of tho better garments aro those Uiat will be delivered last. This condition will
mean up into thousands of dollars' worth of business to ub but our policy is to adver
tise facts in every case and tbia is one, oven though it will mean a big loss of busi
ness to us and especially right at a tiino when we want to get acquainted with you,
will not make us deviate from our established custom.
"When our lino of bettor garments in the newer styles is complete they will be ad
vertised and exposed.
"Ve have about 1,000 medium grade garments that we purchased at almost our own
price. These garments aro on sale Saturday and Monday. We also haw some very
unusual values in northern natural mink furs.
Our styles are different. Comparison is invited.
FANCY AND TAILORED SUITS GREATLY UNDERPRIOED. One lot 14 f
of 150 Plain Tailored Suits, worth to $30; mostly serges, your choice of lot.wlTaUU
Real American Mink Furs
At prices that will make you remember
this sale; $250.00 Mink Sots S1 50
$400.00 Extra large, Dark-Col- t)QR
ored Mink Sets, only .Zuu
Sorosis Shoes are de-,
manded by those wom
en who appreciate the
necessity for distinctive
styles. They satisfy the
most exacting tastes.
500 beautiful hats.'
value, $2, 50, Sale
the White House," President Van
Bureh being a widower.
CHINESE STUDENT REFUSES
TO WEAR GREEN CAP
MAPISON, Wis., Oct .-A Cblnese
student, John Young, today was before
the student court at the atate university
for failure to wear .the green .cap for
freshmen. He gave tho following ds
fense: "The green cap Is a token of .disgrace
In China. When a man's wife la un
faithful to him, people point to htm In
scorn and so he has to wear tbgreen
Young said that although his country
men don the green cap here to, show
their destre to llvo up to the Wisconsin
customs, it Is neverthless with some
qualm. His case was dismissed.
MAN AND WIFE DIE
TRYING TO SAVE DOG
CHICAGO. Oct n.-Grafton Stevens and
his wife, wealthy residents of Wllmette,
a suburb, were burned to death early
today seeking to save a pet dog. Return
ing from the home of friends they found
their house. In which the dog had been
locked, In flames. Both rushed Into the
house and were "trapped when the roof
Bterens, a consulting engineer, and his
wife, were ot the same age, and were
born and brought up In the same town,
Charles City, la.
THE GENTLEWOMAN'S STORE
WILSON'S TRUST PROGRAM
President Orders Inquiry Into Effect
DAVIES OUTLINES THE PLAN
Suggestion for Legislation "Will Be
Based an Inrestlgntlon to De
Made br the Bnrena of
ATLANTIC CITT, N. J., Oct Sl.-The
beginning ot a new, scientific investiga
tion ot the Industrial situation, under the
direction of President Wilson, which will
contribute to the administration's trust
legislation program at the scKsfbh ot con
gress beginning December 1, was an
nounced here today by -Commissioner Jo
seph E. avies of the bureau of corpora
tions. In an address before the National
Association of Hardware Dealers.
"Whether a competitive ss-st-rri of large
units, or a monopolistic sysUm Is the
most advantageous to society is the ques
ton the bureau will attempt to determine.
"It Is characteristic of the quality ot
mind of the president of the United States
that he should desire facts on which to
bis his Judgment" said Commissioner
Davies. "We shall enter Into "this Inves
tigation with the sole Intent of working
out In "a scientific and fair-minded spirit
the facts, absolutely as they are."
Commissioner Davlea declared that the
ultimate solution ot the trust problem
depended upon the determination ot the
question his bureau would Investigate.
This Investigation he believed would de
termine whether the lroblem might be
solved by amendments to the Sherman
law; by an Industrial trade commission,
or by action looking to regulation by the
Individual states. It tho monopolistic!
system should be found to be most efft
In spite of that fact a question whether
the government should' maintain oh atti
tude against monopoly by reason ot o.ther
and greater evils It Induces.
Chief Concern ot People.
He cold one of the chief concerns ot
the people was which form ot production,
competitive or monopolistic, can produce
and sell what the public buys most
cheaply, consistent with a fair standard
of living for workers. He sketched the
business growth ot the country and tho
rise of the corporation.
"Within the lost decade and a half," he
sold, "200 corporations have come Into
property of more than 000, 000,000. Two
hundred artificial persons own three times
as much wealth as the country owned In
"Thla fact Is not cited as on Indictment
against the men engaged In these enter
prises, but simply to show the way In
which wo are growing. Tha period of
greatest development In this movement
occurred In the faco of the Sherman law
and prior to IKK, when It first was sought
to make It an active agency for the gov
ernment "The unorganized many are 'demanding
that law shall protect their rights from
the encroachment of the 'organized few.
Government or society Is concerned with
these tremendous industrial units on sev
eral different angles. What effect have
these jglgnntlc concentrations had upon
the question of representative government
and Its', perpetuity? Is there dang of
the cWld becotnlrtg greater .than? the
porentt What guards must the 'state
throw about Itself so that powers of goS
ernmojit "anoy not be subverted by the
greed of men?
Must Freaerre Freedom.
Tho economic aspects .of the problenj,
the. .fair, just attitude of the government
to capital invested and men interested In
and directing these great enterprises as
well as to the public at large, and what
shall be done to preserve freedom of op
portunity for business. Is the problem t
Which congress will address Itself in the
This problem reaches down to the fun
damentals ot grovemment Itself: It will
tax the greatest minds ot this generation
and the next In Its solution there Is a
call to 4U1 upstanding, thinking, patiiotlo
men to aid In preserving conditions which
shall safeguard the liberties ot men and
that there may be an Industrial freedom
founded In this country which shall en
able our children to be men not slaws,
either to an Industrial hierarchy or to a
1613 Fain ana St
Special values in crepe de chine, Canton
orepe and charmeuse; $30.00 C1 Q fl
and $35.00 values 10i.0U
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