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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 120, 1913.
Coat Time Is Here
and So Are Our Coats
In n pleasing vnricty more extensive than usual.
Prices aro reasonable. "Wo want you to come and, see
them whenever 3'ou can.
SPECIAL VALUES in all sutin.lincd coats, $24.50
Others priced at $16.50 and $19.50
No Charge for Alterations. .
Clear Away of Suits
Some very exceptional values at. .$18.50, $24.50, $29.50
Fabric Glove Styles
Harrison '.a "Reindeer
Fabric", the best duplex
gloves; black, white and
colors $1 a pair
Kayser's Double Silk,
black, white nnd colors,
at $1 a pair
Kayser's Silk Lined Cash
mere Gloves in black,
brown, navy and grny,
at 50c a pair
All Styles of Children's
Gloves and Mittens, 25c
up to $1.25 a pair
The Richelieu Make
Fine Ribbed Cotton Vests,
high neck, lonfc sleeves
or Dutch neck, elbow
sleeves; pantB to match,
Ribbed Cotton Union Suits
in different styles. . .$1
Ribbed Wool Union Suits,
high neck, long sleeve.
or high neck short
sleoves, at $1.75
Underwear Third Floor.
r HPWMtDJWMP EKT JE E NTH JsTrtEET
' .1AWR1E HEMTHE MTOI&tS
Oarfm Chosen to le Mcxt Meeting
?Uce of Association.
iHIGKWAY COWHIUB- IX SEtHON
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IKitraera Near Woo Rler Object lo
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. GRAND TSIiAND, Neb.. Nov. 19.-(8p-icll
Telegram.) Tho third annual meet
Jn of the Stale Automobile association
velosed tonight with the election of the
following1 (NM I-resldent, Harry
.lwrl. 0s?ce president. U. A.
jOeofg. second vice president;
(T. T, FMtenM, Nertb matte; secretary,
A. X. 0ergr. Fremont:; treasurer,
lehn Meck, Beatrice. Omaha . was
Kneeen an the plate for 'ttw next anaual
TcenveMlen. " .'
Tfre dues of the, association, were do
creased to" cever only the maintenance
expewre. A legMatire committee of one
Ifrem each local association. Ravins' mem
fecrfrklp In the state organisation wss or
nl oeanectlon with the convention there
was a meeting of the local consuls of the
(Lincoln Highway association. Farwers
resMtac hear Wood River protected
axatnsi the1 highway gol-nc .along on the
Unloa Facttlo right-bfway skirting their
land. TM waa a surprise to the meeting
and it waa suggested that it was the only
county in the state in which such a local
question had arisen.
Consuls were here from Douglas, Dodge.
Colfax, riatte, Merrick, Hall, Buffalo,
Dawson, Lincoln, Keith, Cheyenne, Deuel
and Kimball counties In afislon with
State Consul Fredrlckson of Omaha and
Land Commissioner Griffith of the
Union Pacific. It was said that Nebraska
will haVe'Hhe stralghtest and most level
I . ...
section1 o fthe cntlro highway from the
Atlantic to the Pacific
'The route will follow closely the PI at to
valley and Union Pacific. Ts it believed
by eliminating a few jogs here and there
and following the right-of-way as closely
as possible without crossing the tracks
oftener than necear' the lino will bo
kertened to e or 450 miles saving HW,-
! LABOR YOTES TO BAR ASIANS
Federation Passes Resolution De
mantling Exclusion of Orientals.
LITERACY TEST FOR WHITES
IUrM Bnfnreement of Cztsttncr Im
migration I.avrs Upjrr rt A n
oThrr" fiot nt h" Cop
JEWETT TRIAL UNDER WAY
(Continued from Page One.)
I III II
Get In "touch"
with a keen appetite, poffect
digMtion, liver una uowoi rog
uhmty and notice the improve
ment in your general Jietuth.
The way to do this is to take
j at mealtime for a few days.
It tones, strengthens and in
vigorates the entire digestive
'5 system. Start today.
II II II
Jewett on the flay In ..question. butf re-
memnereu tnai lis tins uoea me nag De-
longing ,to Jewett as a foot rest while
the prisoner and hlmeelj were bested- on
ihx souta aids of 'tKA truln. 1' ' C
ijDav.dW-a&t rememeei1! whether he was
conv4rslMrwl1h Jewett feTth-fewlltv Sf
Arlington. ne remembered talking 'tto the
prisoner 'after the train left Fremont.
Miss Anna Qoldelle, clerk lajthe county
UMiY. 111 ,r i viuufib 'lucmmcu A uimwiaBv
license Issued to Jewett, dated March Zt,
' Sheriff Cpmpion told of arresting;
Jewett at Niobrara, in company with
Deputy Sheriff Olll and of bringing the
prisoner to Blair and of afterwards in
vestigating the statement of Jewett that
he had placed the mid In u sanitarium
Compton could not locate a mythical,
Dr. Crookston. who was supposed to
have the did of the prisoner In his In
firmary. The sheriff described his trip to Ai
lltigton and told of finding the body of
an Infant In tho undertaking rooms of
Ilsckmyer. Ha identified all of the ex
hibits, including a black traveling bag
found in the poasesslqn of Jewett at the,
.time of his srrest. He testified that
Jewett said at the Urns of his arrest,
'You fellows have not anything on me
and I can do na I llko with my own
On cross-examination the sheriffs tett
Hnnnu rAmalniMl linphatlffftd.
U M. Utterback of Arlington told of
seeing the dead. child In the undertaking
Today it Is expected that Dr. Davles
of Arlington, Dr. Driers of Crelghton and
Mrs. Sarah Adams of Crelghton, thq
nurse who accomianled Jewett from
Crelghton to Omaha with the child, will
be the probable witnesses, .
RUSSIAN CROWN PRINCE
. IN AUTOMOBILE UPSET
TlMtWV. Vnl" 14 Th Itnnjirl.l 17...
stan crown prince. Alexis Nlchotalevltch,
who nas been an invaiia for many
months, was thrown from an automobile
in which he was driving today with a
a(lor attendant! according, to V dispatch
from , St Petersburg. The', Utile prince
escaped with only a few .tjruUea.
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THE IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT is guaran
teed to bath greatest collection and biggest bargain in
pattern vr offered. The 160 patterns have a retail
uexf lO.twnta each, or more than $10.00 in all. Bring
SIX Coupon ami 68 cents to this office and you will be
M-eeeate with One Complete Outfit, including Book of
Istruptiona and one All Metal Hoop. The 681 cents is to
cover duty, express, handling and the numerous over
bead axpenses of getting the package from factory to you,
N, B.Omt mf Tien RtutfB will add 7 cent extra for
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rn spsfs mi ifMHitRf.
8EATTM5, -Wash.. NovV lJ-Wlth ofilr
five dissenting Votes t.he American Fed
eratlon of Labor passed today resolu
tions, demanding the rjtcluilon of 'all
Asiatics and a literacy test - for Cau
casians. In a two-hour debate' on the
resolutions moat of the leailtnar men Kf
tlie federation wpoke, making clear that
they opposed the immigration of thoe
Europeans only who would be the prey
of exploiters and. whole coming would
lend to lower tho American standard of
II vlnt. The resolutions declare.
n demand a rigid enforcement of ex
Istlnfr Immigration laws.
W domand that the provisions of th
present Chinese excluilon law be so ex
tended as to apply to alt Asiatics.
v'Ve favor a literacy test, so that Im
migrants may be required to be able to'
read! and write the language of the
country from whence they came.
"We urge upon congress the prompt
appropriation of funds for construction
of Immigration stations and detention
sheds on the Pacific coast in order to b
prepared to handle the immigrants to
be expected via the Panama canal.
"The executive council of tho federa
tion Is Instructed to consider the advisa
bility of establishing a department of
immigration and press agent or cor
respondent to keep up correspondence
with European labor or other papers, In
order to give publicity to existing condi
tions of workers of all nationalities n
the various Industries of this country.
To Check It at Sourer.
The executive council is Instructed .tp
make efforts to check immigration at
lis sources by sending to such countries
of Europe as It may doem necessary and1.
when other methods' do not accomplish
sucn result, representatives, to counter
act the effect of those who are promoting
and'asslstln migration' to the United
The attack on the alleged Illegal hold
Ings of copper lands by companies oper
ating In the Calumet, Milch, district.
forecast yesterday during discussion of a
resolution urging support of the striking
copper miners, was begun by tho feder
ation today, when resolution was In
troduced on tho floor of the convention
demanding the federal government begin
.egal proceedings to recover the land al
leged to have been obtained by fraud.
Unanimous consent was required to In
troduce the resolution and this waa given
Instantly when Thomas Van Lear, rep
resenting the machinists union, an
nounced the resolution had been prepared,
After reciting that It has been charged
In government reports that the copper
companies fraudulently obtained posses
sion of more than 1,000,000 acres of cop
per land, prior to itli, the resolution In
structs the executive council of the feder
ation "to secure such legal assistance as
reeded to go qver the documents con
nected with the fraudulent seizure of the
copper land, to pbtain. evidence to en-
sble.tbem.to. present same. .to the presi
dent of the United ( States andf tp each
congressmaVan'd'.striator'and fdi'tnan) tot
them that the legal department of the
United. States be instructed to proceed
legally to return to the United States
government such land obtained by fraud
and now held Illegally by those copper
The resolution Was referred to the com
mittee of the executive oouncll.
Hapld Progress vtltU Report,
The convention made rapid progress
with the report of the committee on the
report of the executive council, Instruct
Ing the council to continue its efforts
to obtain limitations of injunctions, sea
men's legislation, workmen's compensa
tion, increased compensation for post
office clerks, more facilities for the fed
eral department of labor, a federal bureau
of health, additional safety appliances on
railroads, including automatlo stops,
abolition of convict labor and commending
the council's opposition to the Taylor
system of scientific mansgement In gov
Iteferrlng to scientific management, the
committee's report said, "a more diaboli
cal scheme for reduction of the human
body ,to a mere machine sever waa con
trived." Mail Order Brides
Husbands Too Old
TOnTUANP, Ore,, Nov. Ifc-rnadlng
their prospective husbands much plder
than they expected , Hilda Kraner and
Ceclle Dletbam. have refused to marry
two Albany, Ore., men whojii they cyune
from Bwltaerland to wed. They assert
the photographs i)f.,the would-be bride
grooms sent them, were taken many
The girls havs appealed to the Swiss
consul In PorUand for aid In returning
The two Swiss maidens, are 26 and. N
years of age, respectively. Herman
Young and Kaspar Wlrse, the men they
came tq Albany to marry, are somewhat
beyond CO years of age. .According to
the story the girls tell, Wlrse, who Is a
native of Switzerland, learned of 'them
through Swiss relatives and he and
Toung began corresponding with thein
several months ago. They were led to
believe they were coming to Oregon to
marry prosperous young men. They say
they gave up good positions in Lucerne
a month ago, one' being a bookkeeper
and the other a milliner,
MR, WILSON'S ENYOY
(Continued from Psge One.)
surrectlonlsts control of the entire state
except the Important seaport of Tamplco,
against which a strong force of rebels Is
already operating. General Luis Cabal-
loro probably will be named military gov
ernor of Tamaullpas by constitutional-ttts.
Dead I.lttrr Street.
General Gonzales, who commended the
besieging constitutionalists, 'made his re
port by courier to Jlmlnez and by tele
phone from there to rebel headquarters
at Ma tn moras. No definite estimate
was given of the loss of life, but It wss
said that bodies of the dead littered the
streets and lay thick through the court
yard and halls of the government palace,
where a portion of the federal garrison
made a last stand after being driven
from a Catholic sanctuary where they
took refuge yesterday.. Everyone of
these defenders was slain.
llnerta fthonld Worry, 11c Pcrle.
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 18,-By President
Huerta's friends the atUtude of the exe
cutive Is described as one of expectancy
and curiosity as to the prospecUvo action
by the United States, rather than one
of anxiety. They say he has given them
no Indication of changing his mind about
resigning, and Is proceeding with the
affairs of the government with all
They add that he regards as probable
intervention by the United States and
an order was sent today to the stato
governor to report Immediately how
many soldiers they can have ready by
November SO. The official explanation of
this is that It is merely port of the
Plan announced In a recent decree In
creasing the army to 150.000 men.
Three Cra!ners Ordered to
Cms from Rnrbadoes.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Nov. 19.
The British cruiser squadron In West In
dian waters last night received peremp
tory orders to proceed to Vera Cruz, and
the vessels sailed at midnight.
LONDON, Nov. 19.-Great Britain sent
the warships to Moxtonn waters from
Barbados in order to protect British sub
Jects, should the necessity arise. General
news published in the press of the un
satisfactory conditions prevailing In Mex
ico and of the mlvanco of constitutiona
lists In tho vicinity of Vera Crux, re
sulted In the decision to send the ships.
Man Charged With
Robbing a Train
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 13.-In spite of
the fact that Edward A. Flske, man
about town and Householder of Burlln-
game, a fashionable suburb, established
ininii miM dcciucu a saiistaciory
alibi, a Southern Pacific agent left this
morning for Marlines, Contra Costa
county, to swear out a warrant charging
that Flsko ts the bandit Who last Friday
night robbed .five passengers and five
tranlmen in tho rear Pullman of the San
Fxancjscp .Unrdted near.Por. Cos). . t
Flskto. will p then be token .from the city
Jail, where he Is still held as a. suspect,
lo Pot Costa, where: positive Identifica
tion by passengers and trainmen will bo
Flsko Is a fashionably .dressed, easy
spoken, assured young man of Si. Ho
was arrested last night as he stepped
Into the aide entrance of a hotel, where
detectives were waiting for him.
Previously Conductor Watson of the
San Francisco limited had picked him
out of a crowd as the man who had
robbed his train. Flske was able to pro
duce signed checks showing that he had
occupied a private room In a restaurant
from 3 o'clock Friday afternoon until 10
o'clock that night.
Three mall clerks of the Shore Line
limited on the coast line of the same
road, who were cowed at the pistol point
last Monday night while a masked high
wayman went through the mall, also
were unable to Identify Flske. His wife
says he spent that evening at home. ,
Flske attributes his difficulties to his
mother-in-law Mrs. Mary C, Webber,
formerly of ions, Mich., now in a sanl-
The Flskes live near the Burllngams
Country club. Mrs. Webber complained
-TKK OMAHA 8KK.
Pattern Dept., Omatia, Nek.
DOWSE SAYS NEW TARIFF
WILL BENEFIT FOREIGNERS
BOSTON. Nov. W. The new tariff law
was severely criticized by William II. 13,
Dowse, president of the Home Market
club. In his address at the annual meet
ing of the body today. 4
President Dowse said that a three
months' tour of European manufacturing
centers had convinced" him othat no benefit
would come to the consumer as a result
of tho tariff reductions, but the advan
tages would accrue to the foreign, manu
facturers and .to the Importers la this
country. "Both will make larger profits,"
said he, "and millions of dollars that
should, bp paid here In wages, and raw
material will be sent tp foreign centers
qt. Industry to pay tor our increased Imports."
(Silds fan Jlendacli- aud Orjp.
Laxative Broroo Quinine tablets remove
cause. There Is only one Bronco Xulnln
Has signature of E. W. Grove on box. 3c
Great Sale of Classy Clothes
for Men and Young Fellows
will start at this store on
Saturday, Nov. 22d.
See Ad in Friday Night's Paper.
Omaha's Fastest Growing; Store
Benson & Thorn e Co.
1516-18-20 Farnam Street
Sensational Sals of Rugs
We announce an event that brings an entire surplus stock from Philadelphia to
Omoht, and puts new rugs into thousands of Omaha homes at.pricesYar less than
ordinary. , . N ' - '
Sale Begins Monday, Nov. 24
The great window displays on Douglas Street tell a forceful story of excellence in,
quality and lowness in price. The men and women who attend this sale next Monday
will have plenty of opportunity to save fully one-half on the price of their new rugs.
to the Burilngame police that her son-in-law
won mistreating his wife.
Flske said his father was W. J. Flske,
a retired shoe manufacturer of Detroit
For seven years ho was president of the
Phbentx Perfumery company of Detroit.
In addition to the holdup of the two
limited trains, railroad detectives are' In
vestigating the robbery of the crew 6f a
freight tram In Oakland. November 13,
and of a passengei1 train between Bur
Mngame" and "San FranclseoJ tyi October
14, when the) mall car was looted. On the
night of the freight train robbery the
conductor of a suburban electric train
also was held up. In each case a single
robber did tho work. .
Rewards aggregating 12,600 have been
offered by the railroad company for tha
capture of the robber.
Blocked by Slide
WIN-NlPfiO, Manitoba, Nov. 1.-Traf-flc
on the Canadian Pacific railroad's
main line tn the Rocky mountains has
been completely demoralized for several
days. Heavy rains weakened the road
bed near the Salmon river, eight miles
cast of North Bend and caused the -wreck
of a freight train loaded with lumber.
Before the mass of twisted freight cars
and lumber could be cleared away, a
rock elide at Bea "Bird Bluff, ten miles
west of Hope station, further impeded
traffic. The road has laid a temporary
track around this barrier of rock over
which trains will pass
line has been cleared.
until the main
Mrs. Jntnea Conroy.
jTORK, Neb.. Nov. 19.-(SpecIal.)-Mrs.
James Conroy died at the family home
2 'ear McCool last Sunday -evening, aged'
I years, , The husband died two ' weeks)
Ego. They had lived, on the same, farm
toe many years. 1 ' '
' ' Asssit Mar.
YORK. Neb.r Nov. 19. (Specials-August
May died Tuesday afternoon, aged
65 years. He was a moulder by trade
and had worked many years in York
Pain. In Bqctc ana ttbeomatlsm
Torment thousands ol people dally.
Don't be one of these sufferers when for
so little cost you can get well rid of the
cause. Foley Kidney Pills begin their
good work from the very first dose. They
exert so direct an action on the kidneys
and bladder that the pain and torment of
bach ache, rheumatism and kidney trouble
Is soon dispelled. They are worthy n
trial, as a trial Is the only sure test. They
contain no habit forming drugs. For
sale by ail dealers everywhere. Advertisement.
Soldier Acqnltted nf Murder Cuarsre.
JUNCTION CITY. Kan., Nov. 19. Will
iam U. Itlce, a private of Battery IS.
.Sixth field artillery, stationed at Fort
Riley, was. found not guilty today of
the "charge of murdering Wllford D. Du
quett, a fellow soldier.
Can be traced directly to wrong food and drink.
This cause, more than any other, creates personal discomfort often disease.
Your doctor can confirm that coffee contains a drug, caffeine, which is the com
mon causo of headache, biliousness, indigestion, nervousness, heart trouble, and a long
train of aches and ills which bring misery tp many who might otherwise be well and
Anyone who values Health enough to ni alee an easy test can be free from coffee ills
by changing to
This pure food-drink, made of prime wheat and the juice of southern sugar-cane,
is absolutely free from the coffee drug, caffeine- the-cause of coffee troubles.
Postum now comes in two forms:
Regular Postum must be -well boiled.
Instant Postum is a soluble powder. A spoonful dissolved in & cup of hot water,
with sugar and cream to taste, makes a delicious beverage instantly.
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
m Sale of W
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m FURNISHINGS M
WUllam Morris' Company of English
"The Blindness of Virtue"
THS ORIOZHAXi FKOTO-SXAMA.
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NlKlits and Mnts.. 10c and 26c
I DON'T FORGET
The Silver Lining
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Fastest show on the speedway With
Wilbur Dobbs. head chauffer, and a Real
Russian Aristocrat, Princess Luba Jler
off. lieauty chorus of SO Joy Kldlng
Cutles. Olio of Worth-Whlle Vaudeville.
ladles Dtme Hatlnse Wees; Pays.
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American Theater Stock Co.
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