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TO YIELD GROUND
Hare Been Forced Back by Alliei
Nearly Torty Mile Since
Beginning of Battle.
RIGHT WIffG IS HURLED BACK
I. la ! ribtln F.im trnm
Jlear Purl" Far mcy,
rime to tke I.nrralne.
PAnif. fpt. II.-The fnir;.i .Isy of the
a'jrsntlc buttle to thr rsst t Paris. vhWh
I axpected to Isst two weeks snd to de
eld the prellmlnsry staire of the areat
war. finds tha left win of the allied
armlet vigorously p"hln; bs'-k th er
iran rUrnt win. which mad such rapid
advanca southward from the Belgian fron
tier. Tha allies are wM t har forced their
adversaries bai k marly forty miles north
eastward since the bcRlnnlna of thj con
test. The. hard etruRRlc between the
enormous mim of troop extends from
near Turin ' aa far as Nancy, close to
the Lorraine hordrr.
An action l proceeding- with the utmost
violence In the neighborhood of Millly
and Vltry-le-Francola, but It l very hot
also In the renter, where both tddes nre
hotdlns; their positions Willi the grestesi
The following offli-lal coinni.inlistlon
wan Issued toninht:
"On the left win tlie Hrlt'sh and
French troopa hate crossed the Manic be
tween I Ferte-Sotia-Junarre, Charly and
Chateau Thierry, piirmiln the ntny
who la In retreat. During the eoi:rsn of
tha advance the British forcea took a
number of prisoners and captured mitrail
leuses. "During the four daya' battle, the allied
rmlea have In that section of the theater
ef operations trained more than sixty kilo
meters (thirty-seven mllest.
"Between Chateau Thierry and Vltry-le-Franeola
the Prussian guard hea been
'The action continues with great ae
verlty In the region between C'amrf !
Mailly and Vitry-le-Francola.
"In the center and on the right wing
there la no change In the altuatlon.
"On the Ornnaln and in the Argonne
district the two opposing forcea are main
taining their positions. In the region of
Nancy the enemy haa made alight prog
ress on the Chateau Pallnea road.
"On the other hand, we have gained
ground In the foreat of Champrnoux.
"The losses have been considerable on
both aide, but the morale and health of
our troopa remain excellent.
"There la no confirmation of tha newa
publlahed In the Oerman newapaprra of
the fall cf Maubeuge."
Ak-Sar-Bcn to Get
Some m newspapers In seven atatea ara
noa t Tarry extensive artlclea concern
mg Ak-8r Ben. E. V. Farrlsh, manner
or tbc publicity bureau, has prepared
eeferaj artkrlra on Ak-Sar-Bca, Ita tecord
during Uiia and previous yaara, and a
number f other articles on Omaha, and
Its oomnerclal activities. Already ha
haa erOera for these artlclea from TJt
tie apajwre, with Iowa atlll out. The SO
ptMer front which orders have been re
oenea" ara In Nebraska, Kansas. Colo
rado. Idaho, Wyoming and Missouri.
The word to Iowa went out later, and aa
a consequence tha order from paper In
that stale have not yet coma In.
RABBI AND MRS. MERRITT
ARRIVE AT NEW YORK CITY
Jesse Merritt of the Merrltt pharmacy
has heard by wire from New Tork that
bis brother. Rabbi Max J. Merrltt of
Ktansvllle, Ind., has landed there safely
with his bride, after a honeymoon in Ku
rope, made tempestuous by the war altu
atlon. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mer
rltt, will go to Chicago to meet and visit
with tho returning tourists.
Mlsa Ethel F-vans. Bister of Mrs. 'A. T.
Undsay.. la thought to have landed at
New York from th itin,ahi vr ..-
video, which has Just docked. MIhs Kvans
la an artist and haa been abroad two
ear, moat of the time In Paris. Kho had
to. leave all her valuable paintings there,
and they may be lost.
RYDER GOES TO INSPECT .
,v THE CITY MANAGER PLAN
Commissioner J. J. Ryder haa gone on
a tour of several cltiea to Inspect the cltv
manager plan of municipal government.
He will visit Dayton. Springfield and Co
lumbua, O.; Indianapolis and Fort Wayne,
lnd.; Detroit and Grand Raplda. Mich.
'He will also look Into the methods of
garbage disposal, particularly the Incin
erator plan and street cleaning systems.
Aa a result of his Investigations, he will
submit a reort to the League of Amerl
can Municipalities, of which he Is the
national president, at Its convention In
Milwaukee, continuing from Seutember
3 to October J. ln fact, he is making the
trtp for thla purpose.
ERNEST BROWN HELD FOR
FEDERAL GRAND JURY
Because he sent opium through the
malls and was caught at It, Krnesl
Brown, colored, who saps he Uvea at
Denver, la In Jail awaiting the action of
the federal grand Jury. It la alleged that
Brown mailed a package of opium fr.un
Denver, addressing it to himself here.
Tha opium arrived at the Omaha office
several days ago. but Brn did nut put
la an appearance until Thursday night.
BOARD IS TO SELECT
A PRINTING INSTRUCTOR
Members of the teachers' committee of
the Board of Kducatlon ill meet tonight
tu select a printer to have charge of Hit
Kort school paper and lo auperintend the
Instruction in printing at that special In
stitution for boys. Five appllcanta have
asked for the Job. among them being
Laurie J. Wilnby. The posttioa wi; pay
i:s or $39 a week.
mmKMl la llellaad.
WASHINilTOX, ept. II. The Herman
embassy's w 'releaa dispalchea from Berlin
today contained this etalement: 'The
action of the Frem h and Finland in
holding up neutral Holland steamers,
taking; off American and other neutral
mall la causing rising resentment to
General Lcman Writes Belgian
King of Destruction of Fort Loncin
l.NtN. Pept II leneral lyman. tlie
!-lul(tn commander ho gained fame for
hlmadf by ht rt- fenso of the l.lrre forts.
i where lie nindf a prisoner, sent the
following- letter to King Albert of Me
I rliim, according to an Amsterdam dla
j pst. h to the Central Nees:
"Afier the honorable riiBsgoment of
AiiciisI t. 5 and I consider that the
I. lege forts could only plsy the role of
srrete iiriliihv nrrcM or stoppage!. I
nevertheless mMtitiiliied the military gov
ernment In order to co-ordinate and ex
errldr a moral Influence on the garrison.
"Your majesty Is not Ignorant that' I
was at Fort l-oneln on August at noon.
on will learn with grief that the fort
was Mown up yesterday at S;20 In the
afternoon, the gr"atest part of the gar
rison being burled under the ruins. That
I ,d not loan my life In that eatastrAph'?
Is due to my esiorl. ho nrew me from
WOMAN LEADS TO
Direct! French Troop, in Taking
Thirty of Kaiser'i Army Found
Asleep in Barn.
TEUTON LINE IS HARRASSED
! Parisian Taper lela !Hch Knrosjr-
ged aa lo the fleaalta reom
pllaNed h Alllea Over the
VAHI.1. fept. 11. iniilne the third day'B
fighting In the battle on tne Marne a
detachment of the Krencn, hl-h had
chased the enemy out of a village, was
hailed by an old woman, who led them
to a barn where were atlll thirty Her
mans, telling them to mako no nolae, aa
they wore asleep, '
A man crept noiselessly Into the bam
and found the (lei-mans sleeping ao
soundly that It took half an hour and a
tr-memloiia shaking to wake them. They
had been harraaaed by the French and
English and the evening before they had
entered the barn, where all fell asleep
from sheer exhaustion.
The tone of comment In the morning
of Our Stock of
Fine Clothes Is Now
"XZOU may make your ad-:
, vance , upon us from
any direction you please,
in your demand for good
things to wear.
Suits and Overcoats from
these greatest of clothes mak-.
ers are massed at the most
The only thing lacking is
enemies; we haven't any; we're
on a friendlv footing with
every man in town, we believe.
With such preparations for
dressing you well, there s noth
ing to prevent you from march
inc into this store and takine
I possession, . at very
I M 1
prices, ot everything you want.
Sails and Overcoats at S18.00 (Id.
Specially High Values at $25.00 to $40.00!
A Full Army of Boys' Clothing
We want every mother and boy in
Omaha to see the review of our vast
army of boys' suits and overcoats for
fall and winter. The best makers and
designers in America an assortment
of styles, colorings and fabrics that
leaves nothing to be desired. Quits
or Overcoats $2.95 to $15.00.
M a dl B 3TD.
a stronghold whilst I waa being auffo
(oled by gas. from explode powder.
"I waa conveyed to a trenrh. where I
foil. A Oerman captain gave me a drink
and I waa made a prisoner' and taken to
"I im rertaJn that I have shown eare
Irssncfw In this letter, hut I am physleally
shattered .y the explosion of Kort
"In honor of our arms I hae. sur
rendered neither the fortress nor the
"I deign to ask your pardon, sire. In
Herman)-, here I am proceeding, my
thoughts wllf be 'as thejr always have
been of Belgium and the king. I would
willingly have given my life the better
to serve them, hut death waa not granted
"(Plgned.) . I,KMAN.
papers on the reeult of the four days'
fiklitlng in the great battle of Cham
pagne, Is one. r lively satisfaction. The
successes, It Is admitted, do not mean
that the battle haa oten won. but the
gain of forty mile on the Herman left
Increaaea the jeopardy of their line of
communication and must cause. It la con
sidered. demoralliatlon of the enemy's
tiermane Hclw Held Hark.
Aa yet there la no Indication that the
Herman army on the Ixirralne frontier
will le able to get through to help the
main force, aa last accounts reported
Maubruege was atlll holding out, though
several forta had been placed hora du
combat. The fall of this place might
have a great bearing on the result of the
battle In opening a ready meana of com
munication. Some rrltlca ssy that even If faubenge
fall that route will not become available
for at least two daya and the battle may
be decided before It can be of any prac.
tlral use, except as a way out In case
The latter contingency la not counted
on as much aa It la hoped for by Farls,
but the undoubted reverse of the Oerman
left wing haa given the people here Im
Omaha real estate la tha best, Investment
you coioU make. Read Thu Dee's ital
eat ale columns.
Red Crosi Worker Writei About
German Methods in London
WOUNDED CARRIED ON CARTS
fan 5lek Feel ea Itlark llread,
Bacon and aasae and Vo
Aahatliate for Iesser
. atelj- Woanded.
(Copyright. ir!4. by IVese I'uMlshlng Co.)
LONThIN. fvpt. ll.-Speclal Cable
gram to New York World and Omaha
Bee J A wholly unfavorable report of the
operation of the Herman field hospital
system la given In the l-ancet by an as
sistant t f. Osborne, who haa been In
charge of the Red Cross detachment In
llelgium alnre.the war began.
"The Herman' transport for the wounded
Is very poor Indeed," raya the writer.
"Kxrept for four light ambulance
wagons, about 2,6)0 wounded were taken
out through Gemboux on Improvised farm
carta, each cart with a little straw, carry
ing about twelve men. We saw one
wounded man taken from bed dressed In
a full kit, with rifle slung, dragged along
on foot to the station l.ere.
"The only accommodations provided
consisted of cattle trucks In which
wooden benches, had been placed. On the
erce left on the floor badly wounded
were placed. The feeding of patients Is
In charge of Herman orderllea and their
total lack of discrimination Is frightful.
"Black bread and H.rman aausage or
fat bacon were provided every day and
if a man was too 111 to eat such fare he
went without. Fresh milk waa lmi osslble
to be obtained, but our nurses managed
to eecure condensed milk and weak cof
fee for a few of the gravest cases.
"We saw several operations In the big
base hospital. The aurgeon washed hJs
hanrfs most carefully, then touched a
cigar which he smoked all the time. The
Instrument were . carefully aterllced by
boiling, then placed on a towel, which
had been used for the Instruments for at
lest twenty operations.
"Anesthetics were seldom given and It
must be said the fortitude of both the
French and Germans waa remarkable."
The Bee Want Ads Are the Best Business
Heavy Receipts of
Grain Result in
Heavy wheat receipts everywhere sold
the grain market off 2 to II oente. the
I'loee being near the low point of the day.
At Omaha tha reeelpta were: Wheat, 114
cara; corn. 17 cars; oats, 7 cars.
Omaha cash prices on wheel were II 04
to $1 0, aa against $1.10 to De
cember waa way below yesterday, selling
at $1.124 to $1.1, with May at II.WH to
Omaha corn waa Strang and compara
tively prices were said to be above Chi
cago. The sates) were made at to "5
cents, aa against 78 to 774 cents In Chicago.
CIGAR THIEVES GIVEN
Pleading guilty to dealing cigars from
a Burlington boxcar and from the Par-mer-Olscn
company, four prlsone ra In
criminal court have been given Infle.
terminate aentrncts of from one to ten
years. They are Benton Hastings, Wil
liam Duvls, Jamts McGrath and John
Claude K. Brown pleaded guilty to
forging a check and cashing It at Hay
den Brothers' store. He waa given a
prison sentence of from one to twenty
years by Judge English.
HEARST ASKS CITY DADS
TO JOIN PEACE MOVEMENT
The "peace" editor of the Chicago Kx
amlner has written a letter to the city
council asking the commissioners to co
operate In the International peace move
ment started by William Randolph
Hearst's newspapers. The letter says the
presidenta of eeven Central American re
publics have Joined the movement, as
well as the governors of forty atatea and
a large number of other dignitaries. The
council will hear the letter read Monday
at tha meeting of the committee of the
BILLY SUNDAY EXPECTS
TO UMPIRE AT DENVER
Billy Sunday, former athlete, but now
evangelist with a propensity towsrd sat
ing souls, has agreed to return to the,
ball diamond once more and participate
in an exhibition of the, national pastime.
Sunday is to appear Monday at Denver,
when the Sioux and the Bruins lock
horns In the last game of what Bear and
I'.rave scribes are wont to call the crucial
series. But Billy Is not to play, this time
he Intends to umpire. At least he has
agreed to umpire and the Brulna are ask
ing that he be permitted tha privilege.
$7.50 and t0 fancy trimmfd
silk or "ergo dreFS- &A QC
eg on sale PTea3
$12. SO medium weight Coats
$3.60 Children's ? QQ
Coat 4 1 saO
$5.00 Children's jo rvo
$1.50 House dresnes, on pale
ctiee 98c, 69c
$1.00 Children's AQ.
$1.50 Waists, on CO
20c Hose, on i f
J. HEipliand Clothing Go.
3U-3IA X. Ifith St.
CTE AGUE HELL
Tho TJar in Europe Still Rages
The prices of merchandise have been f;0"1
higher and higher but our prices remain, so far as
possible, unchanged. Our warehouses are loaded
with goods that we are going to sell to you at before
i -n rasa
at....lOS 18e. 34S 69e
O0c Bourjeois Java Rice Powder
25c Carter's Little Liver
35c Castoria 21
25c Cuticura Soap 17t
50c Carmen Powder 29
50c Canthrox 'ZWt
60c Doan's Kidney Pills 34 a
25c Frostilla 14c
Horlick's Malted Milk
at 34t. 67c. S2.70
25c Hydrox Peroxide Cream. 14c
Hind's Honey and Almond
Cream 29c. 79c
Listerlne.9 14. 29c. 58j
25c Lyon's Tooth Powder. . .14
SPECIAL Borden's Eagle Brand Milk 12?
Sherman llcGonnell DGT
4 Buoy Time and Honey- R
Saving Roxal! Stores
1914 Milk Fed Spring Chickens 14 3-4c
1914 Spnng Lambs, fore quarters O' Lc
1914 Spring Lambs, hind quarters 12:?ic
Choice steer pot roast, llJic
Pig pork roast 12, c
Pig pork butts 13fic
Mutton chops 12 He
15 lbs. Best .Fine Granulated tugar for 51.C0
Bast "Grades Flour $1.35
S lbs. beat Rolled Oatmeal BBo
4 lbs. best Navy Beans.. 85o
Macaroni or Spaghetti ........ .7VsO
10c pk .Corn Flakes 60
Karly June Heaa, per can 8lo
I-lb. can of i'ork and H&ns 7iO
hweet Coin, 4 cairn for 85c
7 lbs. bent Laundry Starch 95o
Largest Vjueen Olives, per yuurt..35o
Best American Cheese, per lb. ..,.800
Bent Swiss Cheexe. per lb 25c
Idewtld or Meaiiow tSold Butter. 33o
Best Tub Butter, per lb 88o-30o
Btrictly fresh, all large, selected
I'-airs. Per dozen 880
Golden Panto Coffee, per lb 8O0
Ak-Sar-Ben JSc Coffee . 800
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Opp. Woolworth 5c and 10c Store. JJ3 South 16th St. Tel. V. 2307.
1914 MILK FED SPR1KQ CHICKENS 151-4c
PIG PORK ROAST 12 14c
Choice Steer Pot Roaat. 1B and UHa
Pla; Pork Butts, lh 18o
Vouna; Veai Roast, lb... 18a and lltta
Younrr Veal Chops, lb... 18H0
Ijimb Ieaa UH
Mutton Chops 18Vc
Kxtra lean llama 1TH
Down Goes tho Prices Here on Groceries
IS ronada Bast Para TUa Oranuiated Soa-ar $1.00
With J lb. Japan. Gun Powder. English Breakfast Tea or Beat Cocoa. 6
Beat ajrada Flour. i4-lb. Back S8o
1 bars Diamond C Soap 86c
With 8aJ Kod IOC
lo cans Peas or Baked Beana....3o
4 cana Sweet Coin 86
l-lb, can Orated Pineapple 0
10c, cant K C. Bakina Powder. ... 5o
JOo Cors Hakes. lk So
Ha Picklea r Preaervea
15c. holtlc Catsup
"Jlp Top 5c Matchea
PUBLIC MARKET JS?. "JSSSJSi
at Alexander's for
You'll find similar Mjlrw
ticketed elsewhere at ft 4.00
Satisfaction and a perfect fit
ininrantsed at this store. Come
(Saturday and save a dollar.
That wear, from P8c to f l.DH.
Von can't duplicate these val
ues in Omaha.
E. R. flEELIIAM, Prop.
Maubert of Paris
This fine line of im
ported toilet articles
we are still offering at
our low before-the-war
prices. Come in and
see our display.
25c Laxative Bromo Quinlne.l2a
50c Malvina Cream 29c
25c Mennen's Talcum
(4 kinds) 12c
Mentholatum 14 C. 34 C
$1.50 Oriental Cream
50c Pape's Diapepsin 29c
$1.00 Pinkham's Compound.. 50C
$1.00 Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery , 64 C
25c Pond's Vanishing Cream. 14c
Sal Hepatic.. 17c. 44c. 89c
50c Syrup Figs 29c
1.00 S. S. S 59C. S1.09
50c Sempre Glovine .29c
25c Tlz (for tender feet) 14c
25c 4711 White Rose Soap...l2c
$1.00 Wine Cardui 59c
Young veal roastl4?c ami nur.
Young veal chops lUc
Extra lean hams 17e
Extra lan bacon liliso
Small hams i.iic
Sugar cured bacon., j lic
Estra fancy Elbsrta Trssatone
Psaches. par orate 660
Kxtra fancy Bartlett Pears, per
bushel banket tUM
1-ttrne (trape Kruits, each . . . .7lo-6o
Irce 1'otatoes. IS lbs. to Peck, 160
Celery. 2 stalks for Bo
ti lbs. fiweet Hotutocs '.8B0
Sweet OraiiKes, per dosen 10a
Fancy Cauliflower. cr lb lOo
Crabapples, market basket 40e
Fancy Bellflower Apples, box. $1.35
Our bread and cakes ara madle fresh
3-layer Cakes, assorted flavors, 30a
Fancy Angle Food, per cake lOo
We carry an extra fine grade of
Bohemian Rye Bread.
Extra lean Bacon 81 Ho
HmU Hams 13',
(Sugar Cured Bat-on IBo
From 8 to P. M.
Lamb Chops, lb. So
From I to 10 P. M.
J-lb. pall Compound Lard .30a
15c can Flat Red Salmon..- IOC
Tall can Ked Halmon 14e
Imported best Hardlnas, can..'. .8la
Klden Pantos Coffee ......... .800
S-lh. can Chaae eV Sanborn Coffee. 81
Iirfce Quaen Olives. Quart 3i
I lbs. beat Peanut Butter 25c
Lara 1 HMt Pea. hes. per lb. lOo
Him Cheese, per lb 8 Ao
Fancy Comb Huney SOI
V aallon Karo hyrup ......... .800
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