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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. 1914.
Glove Sale, 69c a pair
450 pairs of Choice Gloves
Including glace, suede and washable kid; gloves that are
perfect in style, quality and workmanship, but are
slightly soiled. Many of this lot worth $2.25, none worth
less than $L25 a pair. All to go Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
for COc a pair.
A good Goat Seal Leather Bag, fitted with coin purse,
moire lined, gilt, silver or gunmetal trimmings, plain
strap handle, special, $1.00 each.
A new line of Pin Seal Leather Bags, also Party
Specials for Saturday
- In the Men's Department
Exceptional sale of Men's Silk Mixed Shirts, 30 dozen,
$3.00 values, at $1.35. 1 .
These sVrts were purchased from one of the largest
and best shirt makers; they are all well made and nicely
laundered i not a poor pattern in the lot.
$3.00 Shirts Saturday, $1.35.
i ; Sale starts at 8:30 a. m.
Special sale of Men's high
grade Coat Shirts, with soft
or laundered cuffs, some
with collar to match; values
to $1.50. Saturday. 05c.
SILK LISLE HOSE
Men's -25c high-grade Silk
Lisle Hose, with double sole
and high-spliced heel; black,
tan, gray and navy,' 10c.
SILK HOSE-Men's 50c
Silk Hose, extra good qual
ity, all the new shades, 35c,
3 for $1.00. .
NIGHT ROBES Men's
75c Right Robes, cut extra
large and nicely trimmed,;
MEN'S 23o and 8.V Wash Ties,
18c; 3 for
MKX'B 2.V Iri
Women's and Children's
Women's 12 Vic Oauxe
Vest, now 3 for 25c.
35c Lisle Vests, now 25c.
35c Gauze Union Suits,
65c Game Union Suits,
Boys' Balbriggan Shirts
and Drawers, regular 50c,
special Saturday, 15c each.
Specials in Toilet Soaps
ltansoln and Almond Knap gU
Witch Huxel aud Oatmeal I lath
Tablet, 8H each.
i Sale of Infants' Fancy Socks
Infants' 5Cc Fancy Socks
Infants' 35c Fancy Socks
1 Infants' 25c Fancy Socks
Remarkable Sale of White; Footwear
SOROSIS SHOES INTERNATIONAL SHOES
A rare opportunity to obtain standard Sorosis and International Shoes at prices
considerably below their standard values.
SOROSIS White nubuck colonial or
regular pumps, suitable for. walking and
dress; S4.00 and $1.50 values, at special
price, $3.35. .....
In addition to this remarkable sale of White;. Shoes, there will be more than 100
other styles, in all desirable materials' at greatly reduced prices. ' ;
IXTKUXATlOXAl White dmk liegent pump.
Thla aniart whit) shoe wu designed , especially for
Rummer wear; m aabatantial Cuban henl makes It
comfortable for walking; it la urnametited with
neat metallic buttons fa.SO value, at aiterlai price.
HOVMHDili AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
BRITONS PANT FOR THE FRAY ;
Huge Crowdi Respond to Kitch
ener'i Call for Recruits.
ALL CLASSES ARE REPRESENTED
Mlaaeapell Womia la Loatna
wilt Mind Drnmpil Reaalt
f Her Kerleacra LfT
liONIxN, Aug-., T. (2:16 p. m.-Tha
response to Field Marshal Karl Kitchen
er's appeal for recruits for the British
army surpasses anything- In the memory
of Hrltlsh military men. Huire rrowfla
of all aa ami all atatlona' of : life, atlk
hatted men and poorly clothed laborer
tood In lonfc lines all day In front of
he reerulting . stations awaiting their
turn to go before the medical officer.
Dr. Hans Flchn, correspondent ' of the
Oerman Telearaphte News agency,.: who
had been placed under . arrest, aaa rc
leaeol today after h had--aatlafled the
police that he ) not a apy. . 11a haa
decided to return to Germany.
A despatch from ijueenstown statea
that the Celtic sailed from -there . today
for New York after embarking- tV) pen
center who were glad to be allowed to
occupy tha ateerage.
With the . object of co-ordinating the
syatem of giving assistance to travelling
Americana and. restoring order among
tha chaotic condition! arlilnK out of the
multiplicity of committee an authorita
tive committee of American reeldent
in London waa formed today under of
ficial auaplce. Walter IXInea Page, the
American ambassador ha been ap
pointed honorary chairman and conaul
General Robert Bklnner vice chairman.
Tha aecretary la F. C. Van Duaer. chair
man of the American aoclety In London.
The purpoae 1 to upply money to' thoae
who are pennlleaa ami lend tip to SIX on
negotiable paper at th rate of SB to the
pound sterling, lntead of at the extor
tionate rata of W to tha pound aterling,
Dow current In London.
Asked te) Name Body.
The authorities In Washington have
been aiiked to appoint some official body
to dispense the appropriations coming on
board the Tennessee. .
The street In front of the American
consulate general was again filled with
Germane today waiting to register their
names and eddreaaea. There; was no dis
order. ' '-. t ,
Mrs. Katherine' Peek of 'Minneapolis
wa found today by the police wandering
about with her mind deranged. She was
hungry, although she bad a large sum la
paper and letters of credit In her purse,
She Is sufferbna; from the effect of her
Journey across Germany where h said '
he waa dragged from the train to be
hot. She now Imagines - she may be
taken as a py. She ha been placed in
a hoapltal for treatment.
; NOT BE ALLOWED
TO RETUBN HOME
(Continued from Pag One.)
, STORYOF SEA FIGHT
' (Continued from Page One.)
net, found the K.omiln Lulae lay
ing miaei. A destroyer pursued and
tank it About fifty of Its crow,
-which probably numbered ISO or
.910, men,' were humanely saved by
the cre of the British destroyers.
, "Th Amphloa continued to scout
wltk the flotilla and while on the
:etuni journey was blown up by a
I "The Indiscriminate ue of mines not
In ooanectlon with military harbor or
etrateclo positions and th indiscriminate
'scattering- of contact mine about th
I sea might, of course, destroy not only
! warships, but peaceful merchant- ship
juader a neutral flag and possibly carry
ing supplies to a neutral country.
"The nae of mines la new in warfare
and . deserve th attentive consideration,
'net enly ef the of ue who are engaged
in war, but of th nation of tn civilised
1 "Tfce admiralty la not at all alarmed or
i BLwoocerted by thla Incident."
Mr. Churchill added that arrangements
I Lad been made such as Would reduce the
possibility of accident caused by mines
te a minimum.
Wilt Ors Ravel Press Bareaa.
Rfeninj to the dlconcriaig war ru
mora spread by the newspapers, Mr,
tTburrhlll ald they were probably due
t strict censorship prevailing and caused
th paper to fill tblr column with re
port from Irresponsible and nervo.$ per
aona oa the coast.
Mr. Churchill announced that th Brit
lib hsd decided to establish a press
- bureau presided - over by Frederick K.
Smith, a member of Parliament, and from
this bureau la to be Issued a steady sup-
'ply of: trustworthy 'Information from
both the admiralty, and Mar cfTio. wiUi
i out. however, placing la dae?r he natal
and military Interest of the country. In
thla way,' he said, 'th' country would be
, kept truthfully tufurtnd of the a tat -of
j affaire, . . '.
The first Jord then pal 4 a tribute to th
; prs fur Us restraint during th preceu
' lonary period abun the government was
, without any legal mean if eentrelltng
I It This ha enabled th authorities ex
pedlUousljf sod discreetly to. cuinpit
I their preparation. "
taelJ 'Dtstrlrt la sraal. '
ixndon. Aug. 7. is-ie p. m )-The i
I rafivtal district of Lunaon resunwd almost
, Jta nunul asparet toda with the re
I opeuib; ef th banks. Interest cantered
around th Bank of England, where a
sraduaiiy extending: line of people gath
ered, eeixiou to ezchange paper money
for aold. There ws no great rush tljl
In strong contraat with the customary
activity and buatle In the bullion depart
ment of the ftank of Kngtand, where a
larg staff Is usually employed weighing
bullion the whole day, not a person was
to be seen there today.
At other banks business waa quit
moderate. Checks In most esses were
paid la notes. ,
lira Ruth Bryan-Owen, daughter of
the American secretary of state and wife
Of Captain Kafaehl A. Owen of the
royal engineer, today Issued an appeal
for th asilataiioe of the American pre
In collecting . contribution In aid of
British subjects suffering privation
through th war. 'Subscriptions, ah says.
Will b applied without delay to organised
In Germany are being badly treated, while
French and Russian aubjects returning
to their own countries are Insulted and
molested by crowds and the authorities.
The French ambaaaador at Berlin, Jul
Carabon, la believed to b still at Mecklenburg.
Kidney Treakle and Weak. Baek.
lftia of breakdown In health. Klectrlc
Hitter glvea sure relief and lasting bone
fit from Ha use. loo and . All drug
Omaua real estate Is th beat Investment
you could make. Reid Th Bee'a real
State with referenc to the latest phase
of the European conflict.
Charge Hoscher of the 6 wise legation
told Secretary Bryan Swltaerland would
today Issue a proclamation of neutrality.
Th charrs (tated that 'Americana pour
ing Into Bwltserlfcnd ' from Trance, Oer
many and Italty and especially.. Vienna
were safe. j. . t. ..
. Censors at Wireless) ' Stations.
All Inspectors '. In", th radlp-telerraph
service of the Department of Commerce
, today were notified to co-operate with
I the Navy department In censoring wlre
I esa messages so as to p reserve the neu
i trallty of the United Btetea. The ln
t spectors are located at New Tork, Boston,
Philadelphia, Baltlmor. New Orleans,
Ban Francisco and Beattl.
Secretary nf Labor Wilson haa decided
that Immigrant deported aboard veaeela
which later put back Into th United
States because of the war crisis may be
received back from the steamahip com
panies and taken care of at Immigration
stations pending- developments.
(jerniaa Oil Ship Ilecallrd.
PHILADELPHIA, Aur. T.-Recalled by
wireless tho Oerman steamer Pennol ,
which left here July S7 with 2,000.000 gal
lons of oil for Oermany, returned to its
Sicilian Retarna to Qaebee .
QUEBEC, Aug. 7. The Allan' liner
Sicilian, which put out to sea Sunday
with passenger for Glasgow, came back
i to Quebec today for fear of capture by
Two ships, presumably Oerman, are re
ported to have been (topped In the St.
All Departments Take a Part
la the greatest clearance we bare ever held. IfcMermined to make
thla the greatest clearance sale ever held, we offer the moat ex
ceptional bargains. A sale exceeding all others.
Our entire stock, including Rochester made
clothes, except blacks, now reduced to
one-half former price.
Choose all S10 Suits now S3. 00
Choose all $15 Suits now $7.50
Choose .all $20.00 Suits now
t. m m w i. -sv
at : $10.00
Choose all $25.00 Suits
Choose all $30.00
Suits now at
Shirts, all styles, formerly $1.25
Wash Ties, 20c kinds .9c
Closed Crotch Union Suits 65c
Wilson Bros. Silk Hose, white included, 25c
quality ; 12lsC
r.lon'o Odd Trousers
Made bjr America's foremost makers,' in peg tup, aemi-pega, and conserv
ative ".tyles. . . ' '
$3, $3.50 and
$4; sale price
$2.50 and $3
grades. . .
$3.50 and $4
grades. ; . . .
S. ASMSTEIM-1519 DOUGLAS STREET A. MAYER
Any STRAW HAT
Values to $3.50
Lawrence river at th Island of .Orleana,
near the naval station recently estab
Pern Declare Moratorlam.
LIMA, Peru, Aur 7.-The Peruvian
government today laaued a' decree pro
clalmlna; a moratorium for thirty daya
- IS HOPE OF GERMANY
(Continued from Page One.)
nigh stagger the lmaBlnatlon. Fleets and
armies form but one factor In the Im
mense and Intricate ctruggl. -The whole
Blob will be ahaken and the Issue may
be turned by Influence yet undreamed of.
' The Moral Factor.
Conalder the moral and sentimental fac
tor. Whatever the enthusiasm and confi
dence of Oermany and - Austria may be,
the sense of a Just oause will permeate
the people arrayed against them and sym
pathy will pervade kindred peoplea be
sides many foreign communities In other
countries and seas.
Our great self-governing colonies will
be staunch for the' mpr.-, a point not
merely sentimental but of practical stra
There are already clear signs that the
Irish problem-will be happily solved by
the concession of - Irish claims. That re
sult will be worth army corps a ad fleet
to the empire without reckoning and In
debt. Its credit stands higher, than that
of any other nation In Europe. Taxation
for the mass of the people has been re
duced while Increased, for the fringe 'of
the ' very rich peraona.
Oermany la a debtor country with a
somewhat" topheavy business fabric in a
far less stable conlitlon and 'Austria
has been suffering verloualy frpm the
heavy cost of partial - mobilisation ex
tending over the last two 'years. A
-.France Is. a' creditor ' country wjth
enormous accumulated wealth and should
be well able to bear the long, strain. ! ,
Kaiser Says Germany ;
is Attacked by Its :
BERLIN, Aug. 7 Via London, 1:18 p. m.
A proclamation by Emperor William,
addressed to the Oerman nation, waa
published In the Official Gazette today.
The text aa follows:
"Since the foundation of the Oerman
empire it haa been for forty-three years
the object of the efforts of myself and
my ancestors to preserve the peace of
the world and to advance by peaceful
means our vigorous development.
- "Our adveraaii. however, are Jealous
of the Bucceaaea of our work and there
has been latent hostility to the east and
to. the west and beyond the sea.
twenty-four hours before Henry Holmes
waa lynched here In connection with the.
Some Nations Admit
Offer of Mediation
WASHINGTON, Aug. 7.-Recelpt of
President Wlleon's offer of good offices
has been acknowledged by some of the.
warrlns- nations of Kurone. hut nnnx nf
the responses, constitute anything In. the
nature of a rent v. Officials An nnt Irnnw
whether It haa been received In Oermany. '
The response from, the Russian foreign,,
office -said the proposal had not been',
bronght to the attention of Emperor .
Nicholas,, because he wa moving about
the country directing orenarattona. What
other had acknowladged wa .not - dis
TV To n A f f nmnf o T ? fs rf
German Crown Prince
LONDON,"' Aug.' 7. (3:80 . a. m.)-The
Standard ay 1t haa heard -from -a r-.
liable ' source that the Oerman crown
prince haa been seriously Injured by an .
unidentified assailant, who. after -inflict-. .
ing grave-wounds, escaped. . , . .. ,
?Thla haa been borne by us till now. as.. . .v. . . ,.
calculable advancement of moral strength, tw were aware of our responsibility and dlgnlUea -upon, severs Englishmen. a-
Dlseeaaloa Amea Teatoas-, Ifcur power. ".. ' cording to she. im reperu-. , , -,
Against thai XMUl(. weurhjtb doraeatic
weakness and friction caused among the
Teutonle allies by the sullen and seditious
people' of Poland and Alaace Lorraine In
Oermany and of Croatia, Boanla and Hun
gary in Austria, to aay nothing of the
external Slav pressure from the Balkans.
Turkey may raise Its hand to counter
balance thla latter Influence, but In that
case Italy, with its strong anti-Austrian
policy tn the Adriatic, may be compelled
to raise Its.
Of the nations net engaged In the
struggle the United States Is by far the
greatest. Whatever Americans may think
of the origin of the war, as 'wickedly
and wantonly provoked as any In his
tory, Englishmen hope for, nay, confi
dently expect. American sympathy not
merely on the ' grounds of kinship and
common Ideals, but out Of Sober regard
to the lawless steps finally taken by
Oermany in violation of treaties,
riaaaex ras Part.
Finance will affect the war In only a
small degree compared with decisive bat
tles, but it will count. Th United
Kingdom Is probably better prepared
than any other belligerent. Alone among
European powers It has not borrowed
during the last ten years, but on the
contrary, has paid off $100,000,000 of Its
BRITISH EMBASSY :
CcnUnud from Page On. I
an lent to lb Turkish government a
Baa Is Thrvwa.
BERLIN, via London, Aug. 7.-The of-
fklal account of th attack on the British
embassy by the .Hriln populace, for
whUh th Oerman emperor apologised to
the British ambassador. Js as follows:
'The llerlla public, first confined Its
demonstration to the singing of patriotic
songs, and to shouting at various ir.
on who were making outrageous ges
tures from the windows of th embassy.
Home sard waa thrown on the crowd,
which tlirpoa tor up th mosaic
pavement-, on th sidewalk and bom
barded the windows. The police tin
medlaUly cleared the atreet.
Dear Bod Trulausl.
Th Uerrnan foreign office today de
clared false the stories that discourtesy
had Wen shown la Oermany toward th
Dowager Empress Maria Feodorwna and
Orand Duk Constanttn of Russia. Of
ficials stat that hr majesty waa re
ceived with the. greatest reepect vs Iter
arrival In Berlin and that her train wa
diverted to Denmark because th territory
east ef Berlin was In a state of war.
Aaaer.raiia Have Meaey,
COPKKliAUEN. Aug. I. four hundred
American. Including Alvey A. Adee, a
delegate to th Kpltsbeigea conference at
rhrtstianla. and George Post Wheeler,
secretary or tne America a embassy at
Toklo, and th latter' wif, ar proceed
ing from Eabjerg to England. I leery
White, former A mem a ambassador to
France, la reported aafe In Berlin, but
unable to leave. All Americans have suf
Preachs mm Hswlaat Mistreated.
PARIS. Aug. ;. Via iondon, I S a. ra.)
Aocording to a semi-official communica
tion, French diplomatic representatives
German and French Infantry in Action
. ' " s
'Now, however, these adversaries wish
to humiliate us, asking that we should
look on with folded arm and watch our
enemies preparing themselves for the
"They will not suffer that we maintain
our resolute fidelity to our ally, who is
fighting for its position aa a great power
and with whose, humiliation our power
and honor would be equally lost.
"So the sword must decide.
"In the midst -of perfect peaae the
enemy surprises us. Therefore, to arms!
"Any dallying -and temporizing would
be to betray the fatherland. '
"To be or not to be is the question for
the empire which our fathers founded.
To be or not to be Is the question for
Oerman power and Oerman' existence.
"We shall resist to the. last breath of
man and horse, and we 'shall tight ' out
the struggle even against a world of
"Never has Oermany been .subdued
when we were united. ; .
"Forward with God, who will 'be with
us as He was with our ancestors " -
Three JVearroe Are Lynched. .
MONROE. La.. Aur. 7.-Preston Grif
fin and Charlea Hall,-- neKroes, were
taken from the local city hall tower early
today and hanged by a mob. Lea than
WHITE STAR LINER 0LYMP1CV
GIVEN CLEARANCE, PAPERS
NEW YORIf. Auf.' 7.-The While1 Stir.
liner, Olympic, due to sail tomorrow' wsr
given clearance papera this aftemoonvby
customs officials. .Earlier in the day It'
was announced that It , might not sail
Inasmuch as t .belongs to. the British
naval reserve , and . the enforcement, of
the government'a neutrality policy might
result In Its detention here. .
PLAN SUFFRAGE-PARADE IN
. PROTEST AGAINST WAR '
NEW TARK. . Aug., V As a protest
against the war. In Europe, a movement .
has been started here by. suffrage leaders
for a parade of women, godned In black,
on Saturday.. August 22, or Sunday,' Au
BOONE. la.. Aug. 7. (Special , Tele
gram.) George Smith, who waa seriously
burned two weeks ago by a htgh-tenslori
wire, today underwent an operation for '
skin grafting. Co-workers volunteered
for the operation.
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UPPER PICTURE SHOWS GERMAN 1XFANTRT CROSSlNo" PONTOON BRIDGE. LOWER PICTURE 18 OF A FRENCH
THE COT PRICE DRUG STORE OF OMAUA
25: Albert's Little Dinner
Pills at ........... IOC
50c Charles' Flesh Food,
25e Perepiro 10c
25c Opal Shampoo.. .12c
50c Ise 'bell's Prepara
tions : 28c
50c Samuel's 3-P Capsuls
at .. 29cy
90c 2-quart Water Bottle, ,
guaranteed red rubber,
at .. .... .......GOC
$1 2-quatrt Fotmtain Sy-.
riage, red rubber.. GOc
$3.00 DeMar's ..Whirling
Spray Syringe ..'.$1.08
75c Rubber Gloves.. 39c
50c Pebbeeo Tooth Pasto
at .. 29c .
$1X) Hood's Sarsaparilla
at .. .....G7c
75c Pompeian M a s tb a g e
Cream .: ...... 47c
50c Pompeian Massage
Cream 29 c
5c " Anti-Colic Nipples,
2 for ...5C
75c Pinaud 's Tiyoli Pow der
50c Beaton's Cold Cream
at .. 40C
50c DeMar's Benzoin and
Almond Lotion .... 25c
100 bottle Ilinkle Cascara
Pills .. ...........12c
75c Jad Salts....... 53c
25c Mentholatum . . .14c
$5 Gillett Kazors $3.40
Durham Duplex Razors. . 19
60c Carmen Powder ....)
1 lb. Epaom SalU ...... ,5c
10c genuine Castile Soap, per
I5c Brotuo Seltter 17
1 lb. Mule Team Borax . . .G?
26c Peroxide HydroRen . .
25c Porter's Brass Polish. .
$1.00 Newbro'a Herpiclde 63 -Horllck's
or..34e G7 S2.70
25c Beaton's Tooth Paste '2.C
75c and 85c Bath Cape, all rub.
15th and Farnam
Phone Douglaa 81, 82, 83 and 84.
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