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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER HI, 1913.
Children's Flannelette Gowns and
"Children's Section Third Floor
Dr. Denton's Sleeping Garments for children; of gray ma
terial, nicely finished, will not scratch or shrink; easy to
put onjand take off; sizes 2 to 10 years, priced 60c to
,$1.10, according to size.
Children's Flannelette Sleeping Garments, well made of
good material, in dainty pink or blue stripes; drop seat,
,opeh either down back or front, sizes 2 to 10 years, at
50o, GOc and 65c
t Children's Flannelette Gowns, white and colors; with or
without collars; 4 to 16 years 50c, 75c and 85c
. Children's Pajamas of pink or blue striped flannelette;
t military collar, white frogs; sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 years, a very
'good garment for $1.00
howmoJTand iwxteenth streets
Y-oalmm Tells Why
Frisco Went Into
i Eeceivers' Hands
ST. iSjBfjj. Nov. 18. A hearing wns
held todaytfnreiKxamlncr 13. 13. Clark,
regarding Oielnanclng of the 8t, Louis
& San Kraifeiseif railroad and the causes
that led toh'o present receivership of
the line, 11. Y. Yoakum, former chair
map of fhe board of directors, vu the
Mr. Yoakum said the difficulty with
the road was one mainly of finance. He
said luvdid lpo"t think there was nny cf
tort fjTg'et aid' t5ni bank other tHArr
those Interested ,Jhth Frlscd. 7
Was tHeFlsbo'lii.a Bountfenough con
dition .to- Warrant tho salef fif I3.OW.000
worth lif general lien bonds Jn 'April and
Way, .this. year.tHa waa asked,-
"We rtihadejjfy reason to HelUve
could carry out these negotiations?' he
Answered, "and the result would have
been to take care of the Frisco's condi
tion for . some tjme to , come., . These
negotiations' Involved the sale of a haft
interest In Jhe Chicago & Eastern Illinois
railroad at a price'-' satisfactory- to the
management. It would have tided us
over, toge'thirtv With tne good ' prospect
we hail for a satisfactory deal for
Arizona and New Mexico lands and
even thing potnfed to a deal for $(,000,000
or 17,000,000, which would have solved
Mr. Yoakum said that the Chicago,
rtock Island fc Pacific railroad lost heav
ily by the .deal through which It acquired
control of the 'Frisco In 1903.
By this deal the Hock Island exchanged
1130 of Its pwn. stock and bonds for each
J1W share pf 'Krlsec; stock. Six year later
the Ilock Island sold lis 'Frisco holdings
to Yoakum, tidward Hawloy, James
Campbell, and -a ...syndicate for tlW a'
share. Mr. .Yoakum ssd that the nock
Island ee'ciWltleifi that' entered Into the
!,a,i"Tmtw ;t'c rraft-
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certain unfailing action In .regulating
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of cures In Indigestion, dyspepsia, gas
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rpilE 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
Gesented with One Complete Outfit, including Book of
stru.cOons and one All Metal Hoop. The 681 cents is to
cover duty, expri handjing and the numerous over
heasi expenses of getting the package from factory to you.
N.JS,r-Qt mf Tmwn Rtadera will add 7 cents extra for
potage ana expense mt mailing.
K OMAHA 8KK.
JIM payment were not worth par, but that
the Jtock Island lost heavily.
D. 13. Brown, examiner for the Inter
state Commerce commission, today made
public data showing that In the last ten
years $2,000,000 had been paid by the
Frisco to New York and St. IsuIs bank
ers ns Interest and commissions.
i Tlport Case Dismissed.
MADISON, Neb., Nov. lS.-(8pectal.)-Tho
hearing of A. K. Tlport. Itinerant
merchant, arrested for alleged violation
of senate file 1&, which provides against
untrue, deceptive and misleading adver
tisement, was called before Judge Mc
Duffee this nfternoon and dismissed,
without prejudice to the defendant, on
the grounds -that the charge was not
Motion of counsel for defendant to in
struct the . jury for acaulttal was over
ruled. County Attorney Koenlgstcln Im
mediately placed n revised complaint. In
the hands of .Sheriff Hmlth, who placed
the defendant under arrest ' '
Walter Malsey was opoj-atcd upon for
appendicitis last night. The operation
was critical In character, but at this
time (ho patient la resting comfortably.
The dedication of the new Bt. Leonard's
chuo'h will ftako placa Thursday fore-
r rr,r T m lift T 4. lilahon Tlhcn of Un
coil, preaching tho sermon for tho oc
Large Auto Tarns Bomersnnlt.
BltUNINa. Neb., Nov. 18.-Bpeclal.)
Yeaterday afternoon .while Isaac Steele,
fMiAmnBMliui hv Vi I tv I fn fnr. Jntm
nvvwini'uuiv.. y - - - - . . , -
Steele and baby, Mrs. J. C. Pflilg arfd
child, and Mrs. Qeorge Phelps, we.rt re-
hinilnv from hnrn to their homes at
Ohlowa, tho large car turned over' while
rounding a corner, landing right aide- ip
thu ditch beside the road. . Nona
of tho eight occupants was sorlousjy In
jured, although ail were more or less
cut and bruised. "t , i
Persistent Advertising Is the ' Rtad tp
tritis and ojher stomach v trouble .has
made It fonoua the world over.
Keep 'fils'Verftct stoJhrfclT doctor In
V.ou'hpmeWrhll 'hanay-get a.- large
flhy-cenlt'. case' "from' any drugstore; anil
then It anyone should' cat .something
which doesn't agree with them; 'if what
they eat lays like "lead, reffaenis and
sours m'nd 'Jor'tps gps; causes headache,
dlzztacts and"nb,usea; 'eructations Of'actd
And undlgrsCedf food-r renleirfbr ail 'soon
as Papo's Dlapepsln cornea In contact
with the stomach, all such distress van
ishes. It's promptness, certainty .and
ease In overcoming tho worst stomach
disorders Is a revelation to those who try
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PROTEST FROM MINISTERS
Objection Made to Official Character
Given Thanksgiving Man,
WASHINGTON ASSOCIATIONS ACT
Iteanlntlnn Nny Cntholle Chnrrh Is
lslna; Attendance of President
find Jndpres to (Sire it
WASHINGTON. Nov. W.-Protestant
clergymen of the capital have launched
a protest against tho official atmosphere
they contend Is thrown about the annual
Pan-American Thanksgiving mass here
In St. Patrick's church. The service usu
ally Is attended by the president, mem
bers of the cabinet. Justices of the
supreme court, the diplomatic corps and
other dignitaries. President Wilson has
accepted an Invitation to attend this
The llev. Dr. R. II. McKIm, former
president of the Episcopal house of
deputies. Is the author of a resolution
adopted today by the Episcopalian,
Lutheran, Baptist and Disciples of Christ
clergy and which will be considered by
Presbyterian clergymen Monday,
"The attendance of our chief magistrate
and members of his cabinet, year after
year," says the resolution, "has been
made use of to give color to the Iloman
claim that the service Is the official
celebration of Thanksgiving day In our
national capital. This fact has been
understood In the United States and
abroad to give, tho Roman Catholic
church a prestige and pre-eminence over
all other churches. Every effort Is be
ing made bp the Roman hierarchy to
give this Roman mass tho color of an
"We protest ngalnnt the attempt to con
vert our national Thanksgiving, day Into
Iv Roman Catholio festival in a strvlce
entirely out of harmony with the history
of the genius o! .our country and the
spirit and purpose of the day.
"We desire to give voice to the wide
spread feeling of Indignation among mil
lions of Protestants of America against
the efforts of the Roman press and the
Roman hierarchy to exploit the presence
of our chief magistrate arid some of his
cabinet, (which ' we are convinced . has
only been Intended as an act of courtesy
and good will), for the purpose of glorify
ing the Roman Catholic church and giv
ing this service an official characterlza.
tlon It does and cannot possess."
TALK OF BLOCKADE.
, OF MEXICAN PORTS
; (Continued from rage One.) .
tho capital witH mobs of . tho' lower
qlasses, led by etudents, who shouted
against everything American. Mexicans
explain the difference In sentiment as
duo to tho character Of tho present con
troversy, which falls to enlist the sym
pathy of the people.
rorelitnera Flock to Coast,
Owing tOj the menacing of tho town of
Orltababy.ttie.rebels and the consequent
threatening, of. communication between
the federal , capital and Vera Crux, for
eigners are. flocking to the coast In large
ft.diW'r ?0' PWlPRIJX or .be
ing, bottled Up In Mexico Cl(y and every
train to Vera CrUr Is loaded to Its ca
pacity. Colonel namlercc, In. Command of the
garrison at Orlxaba, la fortifying tho stra
jteglo points about the city and reports
to tho government that he will be able to
resist any attack by the rebels.
A battla was fought yesterday at Arlo
da Rosalei, In' the state of ' Mlchoacan,
VatWceri flfty federal soldiers arid 150 reb
els. The rebels are said (6 have with
ojrawh'from tho field after threo hours of
fighting, leaving twenty-two dead and
many wounded. Only one federal Is re
Cludad Victoria, tho capital of Tamaul
llpaa, reported several ' days ago as cap
tured by the rebels, is alleged In dis
patches published here today, to have
been Just attacked, and fighting Is said
to be going on lnythe suburbs. The gar
rison of tha city Is believed to number
No announcement has yet been made nf
a successor to Manuel darza Aldalpe as
minister of the Interior. The removal of
Quer!d6 Mohe'no from the foreign ministry
to' that of the Interior, and the appoint
ment of Pedro Latcuraln to the post of
foreign minister, which he filled under
President Madero, have been discussed.
Advance on Jre.
EI PASO. Tex., Nov. IS. Federals are
advancing north from Chihuahua City In
the direction, of Juarei. captured by the
rebels Saturday' morning.
A battle took place between the ad
vancing federals and the rebels' rear
guard at Laguna, midway between
Juares and Chihuahua, last night. Pancho
Villa, captor of Juarex, admitted this to
day, lie also admitted losing five men
killed In the battle, but said the federals
Villa did not have any details a to the
number of men engaged on either aide.
The statement of Itobtrto V. Pcsqulera,
agent of the constitutionalists In 'Waah
Ington, defending as legal the execu
tions of federals by Pancho Villa since
the caputurlng of Juarest Is characterized
here by Mexican federal officials as at
variance with facts. Pasqulera Is quoted
as saying that the rebels are only ex
ecuting men found guilty by courtmartlal
of treason in participating in the up
rising in Mexico in which Madero was
Colonel Enrique . Portlllo, one of the
men executed, was in the field with
Oroxco at Cases Grades, only 100 mites
south of Juarex at that time, and Jose
Cordova was secretary to Pascual
Oroxco at Chihuahua. Pablo Ybave, one
of the Juares policemen, was in Juarex
.at -that, time. It is generally known here
that . at leaat five of the fourteen men
whom the rebels now admit executing
were not In Mexico City at the time of
the uprising and Mexican Consul DIebold
asserts that not one of the officers
executed was In Mexico City.
Like Mexican Poller of V, S.
WOnCESTEJIt, Mass.. Nov. lS.'The
hands off Mexican policy of the United
States, was commended today by David
Montt, Chilean representaUve to the
Latin-American conference at Clark uni
versity, as one of the most Important
steps ever taken by this country to pro
mote cordial relations between the United
States and South America.
"The policy has aroused the greatest
admiration among South American coun
tries," ssld Mr. Montt, "and if a similar
policy had been pursued in the past, it
would .have prevented the misunderstand
ing and misapprehension that the people
of Latin America have long felt toward
The work of the conference, which is
intended to bring about a closer relation
ship between stvuYnts'ln North and South
Amertra, was praised In letters sent today
bv President Woodrow Wilson and Bf--retarv
of State llryan. The latter hopes
to be able to attend at least one session
of the conference.
(irrnintiK Arfrlar llurrln t,o Itetlre.
1IB11MN. Nov. lg.-"The retirement of
General Huerta from the provisional
presidency of Moxlro is now the surest
way to restore order In that country,"
said an editorial today In the Tageblatt.
which heretofore has steadily attacked
the American policy In Mexico.
Tills newspaper quotes approvingly the
report that the German minister to
Mexico has advised Huerta to accept the
The Tageblatt's previous hostility to the
United States Is explained In the con
cluding paragraph of tho article. "The
political power of the Slonroe doctrine,"
says the paper, "Is now stronger than
ever before and It Is moreover assum
ing an economic aspect. Kurope should
guard against any attempt to Introduce It
into tho Mexican business field."
DANIELS PRAISES THE TARIFF
(Continued from Page One.)
currency reform, and will then follow up
with reform that will deal with the
rural credits problem to make It possible
for the men on the farms to borrow
money on long time and enable them to
Taking up tho subject of calamity pre
dictions, he said that the proposal for
postal savings banks had been met with
similar predictions of calamity. In spite
of this, he said, "the bill was passed, and
the result was that $1,000,000 less of money
orders went to Kurope last year, because
the foreigners who have saved a little
money had been taught to believe that
the postal savings banks are tho only
safe placo to keep their rrioney. We used
to be told, too," he continued, "that a
mighty evil would follow the direct elec
tion of senators. But today there la not
a political party that does not stand for
Ilellevea In Untlr rControl.
Secretary Daniels believes when a party
Is In power it Is much better that It con
trol both the house and the senate In
order that it may accomplish what its
platform calls for, and at the same time
be entirely responsible fpr what Is ac
complished by the administration. "I be
lleve," he continued, "that the time Is
coming when the pcopU will not stand
for a party in power that does not stand
entirely by Its promises mado before elec
tion." The Commercial club dining room was
crowded, even to overflowing Into the
smaller dining rooms. Governor John H,
Morehead was one of the guests at the
Secretary Daniels left shortly after
4 o'clock for Lincoln where he delivered
nil address last night He wll) then go
to Kansas City, where he la to speak be
fore tho Commercial club.
The secretary was met. at the Burling
ton" station at 8 o'clock In the morning
by a committee appointed by W. P. Bax
ter, chairman of the public affairs com
mittee of the Commercial clubj The com
mittee escorted hlrrr tcrthe Omaha club,
where they breakfasted. Following Is the
committee: Harvey -Newbranch, Herbert
Daniel, D. C. Patterson. Lieutenant W.
W, LorBhbough, United States navy; W.
F. Baxter and Henry C. nichmond. At
the braakfaat ithey were Joined iy three
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Tfe wm Puts the player-piano In
I w pH your nomettie same as the
nN I piano take your choice
I -tn There is no cash payment to bo made iu
Vlp HP buying under this plan. Tho terms under this
co-operative plan are: One dollar and twenty-
The ball nee on
the Tiaao. It par
able 1 dollar and 25 cents, wejkJy.
The bill nee on the plsytr-pkaa
! payable 2 do Wars weekly,
Tbk g-Wes yew
195 week tJssela
which to pay for
the plino or the
liko mi initiation or entrance fee with this difference that your five dollars under
this plan are credited to tho price of the instrument you select. This lepves a balance
of two hundred and forty-threo dollars and seventy-five cents, if you select a piano,
or a balance of thrco hundred and ninety dollars if you select a player-piano.
A Suit mad to order by my skilled tailors costs you vsry little) msrt) than an ordi
nary rady-to-war affair that givas you nowhtrt nsar the) -satisfaction or sarvica
Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats mad-to-orderf $25 to $40
i.ther committeemen George H. Kelly,
C. K. Yost and H. W. Yates, and also by
Mayor James C. Dahlman.
SHCItnTAIlY STEAKS AT MXCOL2V
llend of .Nnvy Depnrtment Makes
A ltd it nn nt Cnpltnl City.
LINCOLN. Nov. 18.-(Speclal Tele-gram.)-6ecretary
or the Navy Josephua
Daniels arrived In Lincoln from Omaha
at 6 MS this ocnlng and was taken to the
Lincoln hotel, from which place he waa
escorted to the Commercial club rooms
by the reception committee, consisting of
President C. C. Oulcirle of th Cnmmitr.
clal club. Dr. P. U Hall of the national
democratic committee, John Cutrlght of
tho Star and W. O. Jones of the Journal.
Over 300 euests sat down to a uli-rnnp.o
dinner at tho club and at Its conclusion
President Qulggle Introduced the secre
tary, Who spoke for an hour on the rela
tion of the agricultural west to the navy.
At the conclusion of his speech a recep
tion waa held In the club rooms. Secre
tary Daniels will leave In the morning at
10:30 over the Missouri Pacific for Kansas
EXPERT TO COME HIGH
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 18.-(Speclal.)-The
Slate Railway commission received
a message from H AV. Bemle, the east
ern expert engineer, who is coming to
Nebraska to make an lncstlgatlon of
the physical valuation of the tolephone
plant at Tork. conveying the intelligence
that he would start very oon, and that
In case he could not get an expert by
the name of Plllsbury to help him he
would bring another man by the name
The kick made b the York telephone
subscribers against the valuation of the
plant made by tho railway commission
physical engineers, requiring the commis
sion to hire these experts from the east,
will cost the state J75 a day for Bemts
and $35 a day for his assistant
DavU Get Small Verdict.
OnD. Neb., Nov. U.-(8peclal.)-After
being out twelve hours a Jury brought
a verdict of $175 damages In favor of
Quit Meat if Your
Meat forma uric acid, which
clogs Kidneys, irritates Blad
der or causes Rheumatism.
When j'ou wake up with backache and
dull misery In the kidney region it gen
erally means you have been eating too
much meat says a well-known authority.
Meat forms uric acid which overworks
the kidneys in their effort to filter It
from the blood and they become sort of
paralyzed and loggy. When your kidneys
get sluggish and clog you must relieve
them, like you relieve your bowels; re
moving all the body's urinous waste, else
you have backache, sick headache, dizzy
spells; your stomach sours, tongue is
coated, and when the weather is bad you
have rheumatlo .twinges. Tho- urine. Is
live cents n week, if you decide upon a piano,
or two dollars a week ,if you decide upon
a player-piano. Or, putting it another way
you are privileged to take ono hundred and
ninety -five weeks (three years and nine
months) to. pay for your instrument, it mat
ters not which instrument you select tho
piano or the playor-piano. The five dollars
you pay is paid as a, privilege to participate
in tho many advantages of this sale more
Copyright, ISC by Stone & McCarrlck Inc.
New Location, 1512 Dodge Street
Charlie Davis, against the Union Pacific
Ilallroad company. The case resulted
from a heavy windstorm blowing a pas.
scnger train. In which the plaintiff was
riding, from the track between Ord and
North Loup, over a year ago, This Is
the second trial of the case, the Jury
falling to agree before. The costs of
the cose have been assessed against
Davis and amount to about $100.
SILOS AND SEPARATORS
INCREASING IN STATE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. l.-(Speclal.)
Farmers of Nebraska ore steadily and
consistently buying silos for the Improve
ment of their farms.
In April, 191$, there were 2,076 silos In
Nebraska. In 1913 there were 1.KS1.
Hand separators to the number of
47,441 were In use In 19li. as against
43,000 In 1912, and 42.TS3 In 1911.
The State Dairymen's association has
made a consistent fight for the erection
of silos, aa has the State Board of Agri
culture and the experts of the state farm.
Sltage and alios have been given particu
lar attention and- several valuable bulle
tins have been Issued by the state farm
authorities on these subjects.
There will be a "o day", at the mid
winter meeting of the state dairymen.
An effort will bo made to secure the
views of the rank and file on this sub
ject. The dairymen wilt meet during the
week of Organized Agriculture, January
19 to 23.
Hnjce Clock Welxht Fulls.
GENEVA, Neb., Nov. 18. (Speclal.)
At 2 6'clock this afternoon one of the
great weights of the court house clock,
weighing 1.000 pounds, fell, crashing
through the floors of the tower, and
down through the first floor of the hall,
Into the basement There were few peo
ple about at the time. One hour later
district court was called and many were
going in and out.
Plies Cnred In A ta 11 nn.
Druggists refund money If Paxo Oint
ment falls to cure itching, blind, bleed
ing or protruding piles. First applica
tion gives relief. 60c. Advertisement
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
Kidneys with Salts
cloudy, full of sediment channels often
get sore, water scalds and you are ob
liged to seek relief two or three times
during- the night
Hither consult a good, reliable physician
at once or get from your pharmacist
about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a
tablespoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your kid
neys will then act flno. This famous
salts Is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with llthlo, and
has been used for generations to clean
and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to
neutralize acids In the urine so It no
longer Irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts Is a life saver for regular
meat eaters. It Is inexpensive, cannot
injure and makes a delightful, efferves
cent llthla-water drink. Advertisement
HIS FRIEND HAD
A. 1, KdwArds. an engineer of Ilamfet.
N. C. wrote a couple of years ago giving
the name of a friend who had Bright a
disease but no means. Bald his own
wife was recovering and asked if we
ould donate the treatment for this un
fortunate. Wo- sent $10.00 worth -with our
compliments. We had forgotten the mat
ter till the following waa received;
"Hamlet N. C Feb. 16th, 1913.
John J. Fulton Co.,
Dear Sirs: I have been waiting to ace
how the patients were going to hold out
after they had stopped Using the Com
pound. As I think two years long enough,
am delighted to tetl you that the cases of
Urlglit'a that took it recovered. My wife,
pronounced hopeless two years ago, Is
well. Airs. Spencer, who was not ex
pected to live, recovered and the case I
requested the ten bottles for yielded and
the patient Is well. He was given up to
dle."L will tell people of It aa long as I
live. Your truly, A. B. EDWARDS."
It you have Blight's disease do you not
owe it to yourself and family to try Ful
ten's Ilenal Compound before giving upT
For sale at all druggists.
For pamphlet write John J. Fulton Co.,
San Francisco. Advertisement.
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Nice I'arnam street fronts
age. About 1,500 square
feet of, floor. , space, yith
large vault. Extra en
trance from court of the
Fine office fixtures are of
fered for sale. Apply to
N. P. Feil, Bee office.
TOJnSJCT, WZBXZ8DAT XATZITES
William Morrli' Oompaar of Xagllsn
"Th6 Blindness of Virtue"
TKS OBIOZXAZ, PHOTO-DRAMA
"The Last Days of Pompeii"
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erSr Svaga 18-88-50-700
bTu.THE TAXI GIRLS
Fastest show on the speedway. With
'Wilbur Oobbs, head chauffer, and a Reel
Russian Aristocrat, Princess Luba Mer
off. Beauty chorus of 30 Joy Riding
Cutlet. Olio of Worth-While Vaudeville.
Xadlea' Dime Mtln Wesfc Pays.
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Matinees Thursday ana satnrOay
American Theater Stock Co.
Kent Week "The fortune XtmUr."
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Tali Wttkt Nina Morris a Compiaj, Tb
Twtlr Olyrapla OlrW. The Vanlaa, B.rt Flu
ribbon. U9dr A MIlllM. Mil.. Mtrthi an4
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