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Tim BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, FEBIUWRY, 23, lfH4.
Basement Millinery Section
Our Millinery Buyer lins just returned from Npw York,
and while there made a large purchase of sample Trim
Many women want a now
hat for immediate use and
as a "between season" hat
it must bo both stylish and
inexpensive. In response
to this demand we offer a
group of very clever, nat
ty, tailored hats, at from
$1.65 to $4.95.
Those aro made of straw
braid, with soft crowns of taf
feta or molro silk, and trimmed
In he very latest fashion with
ribbon . ppm-pons, of ostrich,
etc., In black, brown, navy,
Myrtle and combination of new
Twenty Styles From Which to Select
In medium, sailor and other now, small and medium offectH,
each an exceptional value. 'These wo jr a &m at
place on sale Wednesday, at $Jul t) 10 VTE.tfe)
A Saving of $1.25 to $4.00.
DEPORTED LABOR MEN LAND
Strike. Leaders; Bent Out of South
" Africa Reich. London.
t rmST REFUSE T0 LEAVE SHIP
After Conference yrltU British I'nr-
llntnenlary Leader They Uc
I . clde to Accept WTcome Vrr-
pnreI for Them.
OnAVKSEND, England. Kcb. :. The
ten labor leaders deported from South
Africa last month after the general
strike had been broken landed hero to
day from the steamship Umgcnl.
The exiles at first declared they would
refuse to leavo tho vessel and would re
main on board"untll tho steamer re
.turned, to South Africa.- They revoked
their" dedlslon,' however, after a long con
ference With British labor leaders, who
had arranged a Krcat welcomo for them.
Including a complimentary dinner In tho
Mining rooms of tho Homo of Commons
nnd demonstration at the opera houso
and injlydoparkt , ,
Mr. Bain, 'general secretary of th
Trades Federation of 6buth Africa, acting
ns spokesman for hi fellow exiles, said!
'Vo wero nrctsed im to thin vrna.il
genl 'refused' to allow nhy',gpet'to fcomoW
board." J conferertceVbtlwVen IhV fJoutlf
Afrlcahiahd thefr English' comrouM" was
thereforp ' Injpoeslble, and Y)6th 'pa'tHc''
contented'fhemselves for tho mumlnf Willi
singing "Tho lUb Flag." ' V '! ' '"'
Secretary laln handed ojfer'tiio aide of
the Umgcnl to Arthur llehderaoil n Tone;
statement i,recouijtlhg the' events which
had lea fi the slrllte leadersVueportntldri'
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South Africa.' bat the enillahi of thn 'tJih.
OF A. KIND
AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
from South Africa. H declared that hun
dreds of pcoplo had bcon arrested In
discriminately dutlng the strlko for no
crime whatever, Tho leaders of the, move
mont, It Is asserted, surrendered only In
order to avoid bloodshed when a military
officer had threatened to attack tho
trades hall In Johannesburg.
The refusal of the deported men to
leavo tho Umgont on Its arrival hod not
been anticipated here. The labor mem
bers of l'arllitment had arranKCd a com
plimentary dinner In tho dining rooms of
the IIouso of Commons and demonstra
tions at tho opera houso and In Hyde
The general strlko of all trades In South
Africa -was 'lectured on January IX Pre
mier Hotha's government responded with
a proclamation of martial law, calling
103,000 men to the colors, Thcro was noma
disorder nt Johannesburg and, l'retorla,
but after n few days thes trlko collapsed.
On January 27, the lenders of tho move
ment were taken secretly on board tho
steamer Umgcnl for transportation to
BRYAN CAN-WAIT FOR BODY
. (Continued from I'ago One.)
tho foreign' office, it was as follows:
"Tho Htato department desires to nd
Vlie""tHe 3JrltlM embassy that tnstructloni
(W Aiwsir'iHint'id ht5 Amer(can,jconsul att
Jua'fea'lo-makea ;jnost searching Inquiry'
t)i3Ml&clrcimutancca attending the''
death pfrWllllam Jfr Benton. 'The consul
host btfch' trtMructea id make,, every, effort
to sebum tfie 4khuraatlon.and examination
of tho body, of tho-deceased, to taka the
utntcments oC any and all witnesses
whom, he can. find, to employ In his In
vestigation mcdlcat and legal asslatanco
far tuf may bo desirable and to do
everything la ,hls power, to elicit the
tacts." . , .
The comprehensiveness of tho Amer
tcari' government's Instructions called
forth hearty cheers In tho ilouic-of Com'
Sir ICdward Grey added that no reply
had been - received to his commutation
concernlog Consul l'crccval.
Ileiifon Mot Ilrltlali CKIsen.
r,U I'ABO. Tox., l'eb. M.-TJhe attempt
of the'jkicxlcan rebels to establish that
William B, IJenton, t)io. Bcotch ranchman,
who was executed. Just a week ago. was
a Mexican cltlie'n. Is. based on a report
(hat he once had' sqmtj mlnbr offfco vhlle
rresldept Perforlo Olaa was In, power.
This statement Mas made today at
Juorcx by Fcdr)c Ooniales pana.
rounselor , to tho commander of the car-j-Ison,
wlo added:. ,
' "Wa avo luiard that Bcptpn, held sev
eral small offices und,er President Dlat.
and that ha was once mayor pf, a small
settlement on his own estate. Ha could
net have ' held office without being a
Mexican cltlsen nnd the records at 'Chi
huohua city arc bing searched to estab
lish .tho facts."
Iltlatlvea here of Benton says that the
deeds to his Mexican property refer to"
him as a nrltUh subject, and that he was
always caVii'titf, that there should be no
doubt on thu point.
General Villa has received telegrams.,
not only from many cities In the United
States, but from London. Paris and Llr
tin. asking for an explanation of tho
manner of Denton's death. Al the re
plies sent to Inquirers have given th-i
same story of a court-martial and wxo
cutlon. The finding In the Imperial valley, Cali
fornia, of Hoger Laurence, the English
man who was reported misting In Mexloj,
leads to tho belief hero that his alleged
companion, Curtis, also Is safe in tho
United Slates. No trace, however, of
Harrj' Compton, for whom tho American
authorities were looking, has been ro
vcaled. An lntervlow printed in tho El Paso
Times today quotes Villa at Chihuahua
as saying that ho gave Qustav Bauch. an
American cltlien. his liberty at Juares
last Thursday. This statement contra
dicts the official Information given tho
American consul by General Villa that
Ilauch had been taken to Chihuahua.
where his case was being reviewed,
Th sending of Charles Alexander Per
ceval. British consul at Galveston. Tox.,
to El Paso, was regarded in soma quarters
as a niovo Intended to relieve the Ameri
can government to soma extent of Its
protection of foreigners In northern Mex
ico. Department Orders.
WASHINGTON. Feb. :i.-(8pclal Tele
gram.) Mary F I.uko haa been appointed
postmaster at Dayton, Sheridan county,
Alexander P. Moore has been appointed
rural letter carrier at Dunlap, la.
Pension granted In Nebraska: Sarah
A. lierner. Oxford, lit
"Dr. 11. H. Newby haa been appointed
pension surgeon at Parker, H. D.
in? tunuwing Danas nave tiled applies
National. Btory. Nebraska-Farmers and
aiorchants National. Falrbury:. First Na
tionati Lynch. Wyoming-First National,
Figured in Episode
German admiral who figures In the
International controversy over tho Manila
bay oplsodc. Vlco Admiral von Dlcdcr-
lclii. who commanded tho cGrman ships
nt Manila boy and who denies certain
assertions mado by Admiral Dewey con
cerning tho derman ships disregarding
lccognltlon of the Amerlcnn blockade of
WOMEN YOTM IN CHICAGO
Newly Enfranchised Citizens Flook
to the. Polls.
HOT CONTEST IN FIRST WARD
MIm Slnrlon II. Urnke, AVho Will
lie Conillilntc ARalnst Alitor
mhn Cnnfclilln, MaUcs nn
CHICAGO, Fflb. 2l.-Prlniary date.
woman's first real day In ClilcaKo. noil-
tlfraJ was ' markWi bactlvlty" In- many
'Wards today, In 'which. t)f .newly
irjinciusea ' voters nastenea 19,1,00 pons
Sn'rt Voted for their choice for nomina
tion' as candidates, for alilcrmon.
"Two con'dfttona ''militated axalnst a
phenomenal , vote of tho more than 15S.O0O
wemen who have registered, tho weather
and a desire of many womon not to
affiliate themselves with any tarty
through , declaring their political allegl
arico In tho aldermantc primaries.
In tho First ward, downtown Chicago,
Miss Marion II. 'Drake, progressive can
didate, visited every polling place and
confidently asserted that every pro
gressive vote would be oast. Tho real
contest In that ward will como In tho
spring election when Miss Drake will
directly oppose Alderman John (Bath
Miss Marie Gcrgardt, opposing two
men candidates on tho democratic ticket
In the Twenty-third ward, marshalled
tho women of her ward and In approved
candluato style distributed cigars to tho
election officials In her homo precinct.
Sarah M. Hopkins, contesting the dem
ocratic primary nomination with Thomas
lloyne. brother ot tho stato's attorney
of Cook county in tho Second ward, fore
cast victory for herself as she watched
her women friends crowd to tho polling
places. Hie republican candidate la that
ward received strong support from col
ored women. In many or the wards the
woman vote was lia,ht
Few Irregularities were reported to tho
election offllcala nnd estimated of , tho
probable vote of women wero placed at
from CO.00O to 60,000, less than halt ot the
CHARLES BECKER IS
GIYEN NEW TRIAL;
GUN MEN MUST DIE
(Continued from Page One.)
his conviction, sold this afternoon tliut he
did not believe Uecker would ever be re
"Thank heaven," he aald, "that our
highest court will not be a party to a
shameful execution simply to satisfy n
public clamor. I do not believe Becker
wilt evor be retried. He Is innocent and
should go freo. It ho should be retried,
I have evidence to bring about his ao
nuittal. Rosenthal was killed by worth
less outlaws wh confessod and are now
at large. District Attorney Whitman clev
erly worded tho immunity agreement
with them, so that they can always Je
called to account for their horrible deed.
Their act haa caused the death of Deck
er's child, his mother and his wife's
mother and I hope that they will re
ceive their reward before long."
Mrs, lleoker. wife ot the former lieu
tenant, received news of tho reversal of
the sentence throush Shay.
Charles 8. Whitman, the district attor
ney, who brought about tho conviotlon of
Uecker and the gunmen, declined to com
ment on the decision.
History of Crlrur.
The crime for which Uecker and the
tour gunmen received Bentencrs ot death
stirred every stratum ot New York so
ciety and Its echoes were heard In the
recent city campaign. Herman Rosen
thal, a gambler, was shot U6wn early on
the morning ot July 16, 1912, In front ot
the Hotel Metropole, In the heart of the
Tenderloin He was sitting In the hptel
cafe when u man told him he was wanted
outside. He walked to the door and fell
dead ulth a fusillade ot plftol shots. The.
of Manila Bay in 1898
Manila bay during tho Spanish-American
war and across the bow of whose Hhlp
Admiral Dewey states the American
fleet had to fire a shot before the Ger
man Bhlp would recognlzo the American
blockade. A semi-official statement Is
expected any moment from tho German
vlco admiral denying Admiral Dewey's
mon who killed him Jumped Into a wait
Ins automobllo and sned awav.
The police failed to traco tho car until
the clerk of tho Elks club nearby told
them Its number. Tho car was found, ita
owner and its chauffeur wore arrested
and other arrests followed rapidly. The
convictions of Becker and thA ininmen
wero 6hlefly based on tho testimony of
Jack ltoso, a gambler: "Brldgby Webber,
i.osea partner, nnd Harry Vallon, one
Of their agents. This trln tnrnn,! ntnta-.
cvldcnco and declared they had hired tho
iour gunmen to kill Rosenthal at Beck
Becker was a pollco lieutenant In charen
of the "strong arm squad." whose duties
weio 10 Keep In subjection the gangs ot
tho city and to retaliate trnmlillni- r,tnn
arurhousos of Ill-fame. Hose. Webber and
Nnuon said that tho police lloutonant
maue uso.or jils position to collect money
from theso houses as tho nrip of iMH.,tr
thorn do business. Rosenthal know of thJ
operations, they said, nnd having a griev
ance against Becker, was about to turn
over hla evidence to tho district attorney,
The slate's witnesses insisted that
Becker urged and threatened them unUl
they agreed to do his bidding.
Becker vas arrested July 29, 1012, but
nearly two months olapscd before the
police found tho gunmen. Tim nrnh
covered tho whole country and dozens of
innocent persona wore detained as sus
Henr They Mast Die.
uoaiiNU. j. x.. Feb. "I .
mcy were to dlo and that Becker was to
navo a new trial reached -riv,,
Blood." Whiter Lewis. Dni- rvi.
Clroficl and IWty Louis Rosenberg in
no upiun nouso almost nt tho samo tlmo
It reached New York.
It came by long dlsta
was broken to them
turnkey. It was said that possibly later
"r wouia issue a statement.
Question of Fusion
Raised Over Lyf ord
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nob.. Feb. 2t.fSmw.Li
It Is rumored today that bull moose
friends ot V. G. Lyford, who filed a couple
of weeks ago for tho bull moose or third
party nomination tor congress, are en
deavoring to Dersuada
of that gentleman to tile his name for
tne repuoiuan nomination for the samo
Tho law covering the filing of . ..oxi
date plainly states that a candidate
shall under oath certify that im nfrm.
ntes with tho party for which nomina
tion no is nuns when filing hlmsolf, and
ii ms iiung is maao uy petlton ho shall
within flvo days make a statement that
ho affiliate! with that party.
Just how a. candidate for offlr nn
affiliate with two dirrMnt n..i..
which aro bitterly antagonistic to each
oilier is nard to determine, but the su
preme court haa held In Stntn - w.i
against Junkln. 80 Nob. 1;. lis N, -vy., sol.
ir.ai- wnen an application has been duly
tiled by a qualified candidate of a po
litical party, and tho members ot
another party file a petition asking that
the name of tho same person be placed
upon the ballot of their party, the name
should go on the ballot as the candidate
of both parties.
However, the attornbv cnrni
state. 1W7-S, decided both ways. First,
ha decided that a candidate could-go on
tho primary ballot as tho candidate of
two different parties, and then later sent
down an opinion that a candidate could
not have his name placed on the ballot
ot another party.
The later decision of the supreme court,
made at the time of tho attempt of the
Roosevelt, supporters to' have the names
ot Roosevelt electors kept upon the reg
ular election ballot aa the candidates ot
tha republican party In the fall of lOli,
would Indicate, however, that a man
could not affiliate with. two parties at
the same tlma.
l'llra Cured In 0 to 14 Days.
Druggists refund money It Paso Oint
ment falls to cure Itching, blind, bleed
ing or protruding piles. First applica
tion gives relief. (Oa Advertisement.
Last Week of
30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL! FREE STOOL and SCARF! $1.00 a WEEK
9425 Steger & Sons Upright, now S175
$2o0 Kimball Upright, now. . . wSllO
9ilOO Voight Upright, now 8150
$225 Wclkert Upright, now 65
$400 Srhmoller & Mueller Upright, now. ..1flS
$300 Kudolf Upright, now. SlSK
$350 Strauss & Son Upright, now SI 5
$250 Davis & Son Upright, now SttzS
$275 Itlchmond Upright, now.
our ironclad cuaranteo stands back nf nvirv ale. Smnm
Why , lk lt vor at l.omo
SOHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.,
Omaha's Only Exclusive Piano
Our FINAL OVERCOAT CUT
HERE'S YOTO CHANCE 15 OVERCOATS ALL NEW STCTjKS
$18.00 TO $25.00 VALUES, NOW v BXxliBlB
MUSICAL NIGHT IS
BIG ATTRACTION AT
MOTOR GAR SHOW
(Continued from Page One.)
tho president come, but his secrotary
and manager and his salesmen have
also como In addition to tho number ot
prospects, which always accompany tho
It Is estimated that the number of
p:ospcctlvo buyers who havo accom
panied their local agents to maha will
reach well Into tho hundreds, Jf not
thousands, boforo tho week Is concluded.
A country agent who hasn't a customer
or two under his protective wing Is a
rare sight at the Auditorium arena. Tho
country agents are Just as pleased as
tho Omaha men and all unanimously
agreo that 1914 Will bo a banner year
for tho automobile trado In Nebraska
and tho Missouri valloy.
Notes of the Shorr.
Tonight will bo deulers' night.
1 W, Li. Huffman Is exhibiting an elec
tric car, the Detroit, for which he has
Just taken over the Nebraska and Omaha
Dr. Bohlcr purchased an Oakland SG
from Manuger Culleu from the floor
The Lincoln highway exhibit In charge
ot Leo Ciihlll, Is attracting considerable
attention. A miniature, steel brldgo of
tho highway leading Into Omaha Is the
object ot most curiosity.
T. K. Jarrard. vlco president ot the
Apperson company, will arrive In Omaha
this morning for a tiirce-uay stop.
II, A. Pray, factory representative of
tho Baker Electric company, is hero with
Horace Orr, assisting in Baker sales. Mr.
Orr Intends to push the Baker electric
trucks In this territory as ho feels that
there Is & wldo field tor them.
N. J. 'Marvin, manager of tho Stoux
Falls branch of the W. L. Huffman
comnanv. Is attending tho show. Mr.
Marvin is a former Omaha man, and says
It reels like getting bacK nomo again to
X H. DcJonc has announced that ho
has four jack-rabbltu in his spaco and
all aro expert In dancing the tango,
mlxlxo and other latest dances. 110 as
sorts that they will give a ncxhlbltlon on
society night for the boneflt of the ladies,
and then, if tho ladles so deslro, they can
throw the Jack-rabbits out In the street
and use the space any way they bo wish.
It Is expected that Mr. De Jong's offer
will bo accepted.
William A. Imralls Is exhibiting a spring
wheel which Is his own. Invention, in the
K, H. Pollock display. The spring wheel
Is used exclusively on the Henderson car.
T. n. ICesterson. manager ot tho mutual
branch of the W. L. Huffman company, Is
attend ng the Bhow ami making himself
prominent whoro every outomobtle discus
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Jxiv iFAVEL OP OMAHA ipct,
The Jlu fonular Prices. ana Thank
Where You lle in Luxury nt Popular ourawoa.
This Great Half-Price Sale
AT A FRACTION OF THEIR COST
'Just Six More Days and This Great Sale Will Be Over
If you miss getting one of these svrcot-toncd plnnos at tlicso
pric you have overlooked tho chnnco of a lifetime Iteml
over tho list of world-famed piauo bargains below nnd call
cnrly tomorrow., Don't let cosh stand iii your vrny when
we offer such liberal terms.
HO saved tho biggest bargains for tho Last
l,l.r. Tl.lnfc ot .hi VPori, to
THESE ARB ALL
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sion waxes warm. ICesterson asserts his
territory Is In fine shape and can not see
anything but easy sailing before him
when he starts to sell cars In earnest.
Fred L. Good and L. G, Peed, factory
representatives of tho Mcxwell, are asso
ciated at tho Mexwell display at the
Manager Sidles of the Nebraska Bulok
Auto company, is in Omaha at the Bulck
G,eo,r,?e Pr,n.kl.,n representing' the Regal,
and W. G, Livingstone, representing the
Dotrolter. ore in attendance at the T. G.
George Relm has fixed up his Farnam
street garage In fine style. He haa It
decorated In nrpnn nml whit& .ui. .M..ti.
u 11 status WlLll DUUlll
ern smllax over lattice work and a big
in mu center. Amer
ican flags and genuine Nebraska roses
complete the extensive decorations.
II. H. Radford, general manager of the
Carter Car, will arrive in Omaha today
W. R. Fashler reports the sale of a car
load of Carter Cars to J. II. Cappon of
V. 13. Fflnhlffi linrl tt, -.... r
t nl Ui at tno 8aIcsom today. It Was
mniemi jcura ago Dy jur. UOrter.
PIERRE. S. D., Fob. 21.-(Spce!aI Tele
gram.) Aa there has been somo dispute
In regard to filling the position of re
publican national committeeman In this
Btata by nomination at the March pri
maries, A. O. Rlngsrud, chairman of the
majority republican committee meeting,
has filed with tho secretary ot stato a
certificate of appointment of Thomas
Thorson, an such committeeman from
South Dakota to fill tho vacancy. The
contention to the present being that no
Bllllonsnesa nnfr Constipation Cnrrd
If you are evor troubled with bilious
ness or constipation you will be Interested
In the statement of R. F. Erwin, Peru,
Ind. "A year ago last winter I had an
attack ot constipation. Seeing Chamber
lain's Tablets so highly recommended, I
bought a bottle of them and they helped
me right away." For sale by all dealers.
Snffrnire Meeting: In Valentine.
VALENTINE, Neb.. Feb. SWBPecial.)
The regular meeting of the Valentine
Equal Suffrage league was held in the
Auditorium Saturday afternoon. Mrs.
James Cowan presided. Splendid show
ings were made by tho petition workers,
who are meeting with rn-it success In
securing signatures to their petitions.
Arrangements have been made with Mrs.
Magdellne Munson from Kansas, a worker
In the cause and an orator of note, to
speak here Friday night In the interests
of the movement. The county president.
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11 a. m. te
11130 p. u-
v 1 mm v-
$050 Wagner Upright, now $175
$250 Kimball Upright, now S125
$450 Emerson Upright, now S245
$350 Majestic Upright, now SIT6!
$450 Steger & Son Upright, now S?
$80O Stock Grand, now. , .S2R
$550 Autotono Player, now. R2Hrt
$525 Tcchn6la Player, now Sof;n
$250 Pianola Cabinet, now c rrX
, A .
I3it-13 Fsrmm St.
Mrs. Bertha Cornell, has arranged for a
meeting at Harmony, In this county,
where she will organize a club.
.?Z?rrlana Ortcr 'I'm Void.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24.-Tho Marylar.d
oyster tax law of 1D10 was annulled aa
unconstitutional today by the aipFcml
Persistent Advertising Is the road to
For Your Breakfast
, 1,500 single comb White Leg
horn Hone on Cherrycroft ' Farm
are laying eggs for your break
fast if you eat at
Basement City Nat'l Bank Blag.,
Or Boston Lunches.
210 South 10th St.
1400 Douglas St.
1408 Farnam St.
Now on at
I. A ST TWO TIMES
THE COMMON LAW
NEXT WEEK Mar. 2, 3 and 4
Special Matisse Wednesday,
Seats on Sale Thursday
XJiAW EBSAaOEB'S STUPENDOUS
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Extravagantly Gorgeous Bcenlc Trans,
formations and Imperial Tango Ballet
Big Vaudeville Olio. Beauty CnoruT of
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Opn 7Eo to S2.00.
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