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THE HEE: OMAHA, SATt'HDAV, OCTOBKK 3. 1914.
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WOUNDED FRENCH. SOLDIERSTurcos (French soldiers from Algeria) arriving at
Paris after the battle of Charleroi, where they suffered heavily from the German attack.
Black is to be so fashion
able this season that as
sortments are even better
than formerly. Any of
the foreign dress goods
will probably be difficult
to duplicate, especially
; at the present prices
75c to $4.50 a yard
Ak-Sar-Ben Suit Special
Offered During the Fall Festivities ,
Hand-Tailored Suits for Autumn
$12 $15 $18
These Suits are $19.50 to $30 Values
A Great Sale of
High Oracle Flannel
Shirts, either attached or
detached collars, plain or
pin stripe patterns:
Regular $2.50 values, $1.65
Regular $2.00 values, $1.35
Regular $1.50 values, $1.15
,r . ? v
FRENCH MODEL HATS
Also Original Models of
Our Own Designing
At Moderate Prices ,
A very choice
The Millinery Section is
now at its very best. Assort
menu are exclusive prices
Only Good Hosiery Here
Fine Lisle Thread Hose, with garter tops and double soles,
excellent for wear. Most stores sell these hose at
35c; our price 25c
White or Black Silk Lisle Hose, with reinforced tpps, eight
thread toe and heel, 50c quality; 3 pairs in box for $1.25
Ask to See Our One Dollar Silk Stockings, pure dye silk,
with silk lisle flare tops and lisle Kolesf black, white and
all the new fall shades to match your gowns or shoe tops.
The Store for Shirtwaists
20-button White Glace
Gloves, on sale Mon
day at 8:30 a. m. for,
$1.35 Rubber Cushion Hair
Brashes, 'double bristle,
special at 70e
Jar of Cream de Meridor
Java Ri Powder (French)
Sempy xOiovine 39c
i WR SKI-r THK
10 AND 15
Are Exclusive Agenta.
COME FEOM AFAR
. TO HONOR HIM
: (CohUnutd lrm Pf Op ) '
waar th- oftlol.l tMkd o( the reunion.
Br chUd under V ( lu
b dmUtd for. a .nlpheJ-j-hlt prlc-t
the carnival at. ktid all tia" W'orid at
Horn- and othar featura attraction, with
uiual admlaalon fea of 19, 15 or cent"
will be thrown wide open to the kiddle
at 5 cent eaifli between1'! and o clocic,
LiAliic kc' trli flare. ,
Beneath thb-'danetnw ray of aa enor
mous and. powtrfal jroweJ-nraent. aeaiKhf
light laat tlhr throne aurrad aclf and
forth cn . the Kin HUhway. But It
waa not Bisht to them, for with' th Ml
concentrated llsht and iho- , of can
die power- from the carnival llghtlnt
ytem the Tlaaa waa aa brlgla aa day
lo t promanadera. ...
89 bright la the light of the acarobllght.
ud n tha ground for the flrat time
laat nlaht. that while Inatalllng and teat-
Ing'lt rint 8ewant"Warrn C. BalUy
of tb I'nltediBtatoa aucnal porpa wa al-
rooat blinded l ona a. Tha trouble
waa due to too much eurrent being aent
ovr tha wlrea. elvlng a temporary glare
uf light bo powerful that the Kpat'e
left aya waa practically put out of com-
mUaioa for tha Wiht. '
Her All Make Marry.
Sergoant Qaorge Scott of tha quarter-
mafter cor pa of 'the aimy la operator of
tha searchlight Ha kaa formery at
tached to tha signal corps, and ued this
sama. searchlight In signal work In tha
Philippine a number of yeara ago. It
baa beau mounted on a tall double pole
at Twentieth and Howard atreets. and
its rays can be seen from all parts of
tha city and surrounding country.
Oa the riaxa of rieasura none of the
thousand of pleaaure-eeekera who . visit
. tha grounds ara ever dlssppolnted in their
auest. Especially in the evenings, when
tha largest crowds attcn1, their fun Is
gay and lively, although 1 It never be
comes rough or Improper. Merrymaking
on tha grounds has beew Increased, by
tha. Installation of tha searchlight and
many additional lamps..
: .Heard aa . Hlsfewa. r,
Tango fiends ara right at home on the
smooth danre floor provdtod (or their use
t small expenaa. All the latest steps
are alloWMl, wl.en danced properly, In
cluding the New Oulnrt glide, tha pretsel
push, the garlic gsvutia. the lame dog,
. tUe limping lamb and the Cossack ranter.
Notice that Bergesht Vanou says, "when
Soma of tha red firs from tha Devil's
hntxl was smuggled onto the grounds laat
nlsht and when burned on top of the
entrance arch was so resllsUfl that Chli f
tituker Hank- Dunn lost his wife In ths
crowd while bunting up a shovel to do
his regular stunt with.
Kvervthlna- from a niece of lewelry to
a ton of uos.1 and a baakvt of onions can
be bought at the country store..
Twontv vera of Ak-Hsr-Hsn for some
of the present governors has is lied io
mnke them tired of the- Joys ct tha Kmg'
dtlahway. They were on the ground laat
Uker when told that ha whs In tha wrong
pew. "This here is the first fslr I svsr
seen where a feller can't go out where
he come In," he told ths ticket man.
A barrel of confetti and two vender
with foghorn voices are stationed every
fifteen yards along the Plasa. "Load
up; load up," la their polite Invitation.
An Idea of the brlllsnt lighting schema
of the Ptusa may be gained from the fact
Uiat the total candlepower of tha lights
on the ground Is over 2SO.00.
The World at Home band and California
Frank'a Wild Writ riders made quite a
hit at Bouth Omaha. Krldny noon. They
Highway. They were on the grounn last , " ' C, .1. .. .! 1
iiht, enjoying the sport Just aa much as ' the racking houses and gave
foTka 7 who had 'never been, to old Ak'si'" concert and exhibition at tba Ex-
ona them were Kv jjuck-
lnsham, Dave O'Hrlrn, Ooorg Hsver-
whltn city. Amonu
stick. Randall Brown snd Ifrank Judaon.
Oould .Diets, who went n the Wyoming
trip to vial t ths stnta fair o.u tnere cn
Omaha day. has .sept word tht he "love
the western -stuff, 'Wit.' -ons " ya-osr
fUen." He's coming home nulck.v '
; mrH'iruive iur.ua iwh-vvb "
forced, and no squawkers or .vhip ara
Tha Jam got so thick on ths irroum i
last nlshfthst a knife of polloemen naa
In be used to spread it.
"Where's my husband? a woman sanoq
of Kred Bchamnl. eierint4dent of tha
round. Hhe explained tnai nr apou'w
..I l..r, 1,.. .Iltlnir In tHl'lr BUtO Olltflde
the gate while he went In to get a big
doll for her. "1 bet he's Ht stuck on
one of the girls st the doll booth and hfcs
. .... . ...ltln. .,- Mm'1 Ihtt Wife
luriuiivn A lit w ,
The working model of the Panama canal
makee a big lilt with the klddlea, as we i
, .n.iMim Tlirv ran aee ine wnois
b'g project in miniature ann
watch tha locka till UP and ralae the
am of Jack Prince's motorcycis
The Prtachey biplane display Is now In
full awing, -and many Plasa promenaders
drop In to Inspect the plane. Hillsry
Masudliey, brother of the. loop-the-loop
daredevil. Is on hand to explain. He has
heard from his broth.ir, Lincoln, that the
latter will arrive In time to make his first
sensational flight shortly before neon
Monday. He will give two .exhibitions
high. In tha sir each day for three days.
Two British Ships
Said to Have Sunk
the Cruiser Dresden
NEW TORK, Oct. t-A rumor that the
Oerman cruiser Dresden 'had been sunk
by tha British cruisers Glasgow and Good
Hope waa brought here today by pas-
ssngers on tha steamer Japanesa Prince,
mhlrh a rH vH frnin ftmith A marli-..
racers came In from Kt . "m",,hlp.;,,.w ports. This rumor, tha passengers said,
way to watch Hobby (lold do his tr
rMlnir un a. aneedinr snort bike in the
fin. nariv Af vatinc folks on tn
grounds had a new k'nd of confetti to
throw at each other. It turned out that
aoma of the rouplee were Juat married
anrl th.lr "confetti" was suspiciously Ilk
Chinese breakfast food.
Contrsct Agent Zimmsn of the electric
light company epenfls fourteen nours
asy on tns rissa wun u
t..lln. wlr.. ami lalllDB. BtUdylng BOW tO
IniDrova the llshtlng scheme and super
intending the installation of mors ugnis.
"Oh! those poor boys will kill them-
mntharlv woman shrieked.
sfter 'aeelng the motordrome riders' In
T. -VI tiT.Xlt.int Hih Hho aa.t down on
the step and wept, until aeaured that the
riders were experts and seldom meet wun
' "It s one of the best csrnlvsls I've ever
seen." says Wllllsm Judklns Hewitt, rep
reaehtstlve of the New York Clipper. He
ia known as "Rod Onion" throughout the
country and probably has seen mora car
nlvala than any other man now in
l.nth.r nam for the confetti throw-
era la "offtoal decorators." according to
Charlie listen chief of the wono ai
Home shows. He a a good looking chap
and frequently gets a mouthful of the
A farmer from up atate tried to go out
through one of the clloklas entrance
gates and got qqUe peeved at the ticket
was eurrent In Pemambuco Septem
Captain Johnston' of the Japanese Prince
said h had talked with tha British con
sul ' at .rnambuco and that, although
the consul had said nothing about the
reported sinking of ths Dresden, h Intl
msted thst no Oerman warships were
near the South American coast and as
sured the .captain that tha voyage to
New Tork could be made without danger
Fifteen Oerman vessels. It waa aald, are
In Pemambuco harbor, fearing to ven
ture out because of the reported presence
f British cruisers' out aide tha harbor.
Say Clayton Measure
Big Step Backward
WASHINGTON, Oct. S -Senator "No'rrls,
republican, led tha attack on the Clay
ton trust bill conference report In the
senate' today, reiterating that the con
ference managers had ."pulled the teeth
of tha bill" and mad It a "Sunday school
statute." I ..
Senator Clapp, republican, declared the
report "WS Bn absolute step back
ward." Ha quoted from President Wil
son's pre-election speeches to show 'that
the president was opposed to' the theory
of trust regulation by governmental com
mission which, he said, was the theory
oa which the ; administration's antl-truat
program wn framed. .
"Sine this conference report camo In,"
aid he, "I am convinced It Is part and
Parcel of a general policy of which the
president may be Ignorant; of which the
conferees may be Ignorant which will
put the government back Into the hand
of big business. But I don't believe that
the president or the conferees have con
sciously surrendered to the big business.
I believe that tha president. Is as a
former president was onoe described, an
amiable gentleman surrounded by men
who know what they want and how to
get it." Senator Clapp aald.
Ha added that ha believed tha president
wss too engrossed with other problems
of international Import to glva proper
consideration to tha Clayton bill.
Senator Brlatow said:
Holland Will Stop
Exports of Food to
Nations Now at War
FOR SAT U R DAY
LONDON, Oct. 1-Holland has given
aasurancea that It will prevent the expor
tatlon of foodstuffs from Holland to fr
A special dispatch from Panama Sep-many or to other countries now at war.
temoer is said that heavy firing was This action by the Dutch government
heard off Colon and that It waa believed j greatly simplifies tha differences which
two British cruisers had engaged the! ha e aj-Uen concerning cargoes of food
Oerman crulaer Dreaden. destined for Netherlands and makes it
possible for tho British government to
cease tha selsur snd Investigation of
cargoes of foodstuffs consigned to Dutch
Ths decision will eliminate aleo the
friction caused by tha leisure, of food
stuffs bound from tho United State to
Rotterdam. Jt is described as gratifying
both to the British foreign, secretary Su
paper Nleuwa Vandenbag. which hasbeaa:" ' T Z. L.
. . ... ... . . . , been conferring dally as to what ship-
Britons Accused of
of The Netherlands
BERLIN, Oct. l.-(By Wireless to Say-! $2 eJ?Ut
villa. L. !.)-! a copy of ths Dutch new.-) th American Ar
r..., v, v.-Ik.. ...k !assador Visiter Hlnes Page, who ha
IN FRANCE SAID
'TO BE INRETREAT
(Continued from Page One.)
! War of fire on the successful feat of mov
I lng many transports from India without
I a single loss. Editorially the press em
phasises the spirit or patriotism of the
Indians, which answers ones for all, they
say, all foreign critics who maintained that
In time of stress tha Indiana would prove
Only guesses can be h'aaarded on the
strength of tha Indian forces and their
disposition, but, of course, whatever has
been done has taken plaoe long before the
censor lifted the veil.
Whether the allies or tha Germans hold
St. Mlhlel, between Verdun and TouU la
still undisclosed by tha official statements
from either side, nor Is ' the situation
around tha heights of Roye, on tha
French left, clearly defined.
Last night tha official ' Berlin com
munication said that the "Heights of
Roye rera taken on September 80." This
was preceded by tha French oflclal com
munication, saying that violent fighting
there had resulted In favor of the French.
The London papers today Insist that the
cryp'tlc wording of the Oerman atatement
la tantamount to an admission that Roye
has been taken by the allies. However,
this la a matter of inference only.
' Kaiser Probably la East.
Nothing definite ha been heard In the
laat twenty-four hours of the where-
Prussian frontier, where, the Russians ln
abouts of the Oerman emperor, but Petro-
gTad dispatches say he la undoubtedly
present at the engagements on the East
slst, the Oerman troops have met reverses
and are being driven back.
' The plight of the Belgians, as an In
cident of the bombardment of Antwerp,
Termonde and other points. Is becoming
even more pitiable than it was after the
first advance of the Germans through
their country, Doubtless ' within a short
tlms London will again be the haven of
thousands of homeless, penniless and
No confirmation has been received of
the report that the allied fleet has begun
operations before Pols, the chief Austrian
Freacb Official Report.
PARIS, Oct. t An official statement
Issued by tha war office this afternoon
s&yq that terrific fighting continues in
cessantly near Roye, where the Germans
have been strongly reinforced.
Tha statement says:
"On our left wing tha battle continues
with terrlfio fighting, notably In tha
region of Roye, where the Germans ap
pear to have concentrated Important re
inforcements. The action extends mora
and nore toward ths north.
"The front . of the battle line is now
extended Into tha region south of Arras.
On the Meusa the Germans attempted at
night to throw a bridge across the river
near St. Mlhlel. The bridge wa de
stroyed by our guns.
In the Woevra district oar offensive
continues and progresses step by step.
notably In tha region between Apremont
and St. Mlhlel.
"On tha remainder of tha front there
have been attempted only partial opera
tions here and there."
Eal Moat Come, ttooa.
PARIS, Oct. 1 The laconic statement of
the War department glva but little Idea
of tha furious) battle which ia being waged
In tha north of France, In pursance of tha
effort tha great body of Germans are
making to force tbe allies' line. The left
continues to bo tha storm center snd from
there the word Is that tha English and
French continue to gain
Whatever the Germans seek, and what
ever, are their hopes, .It appear necessary
that the Interminable battle of the Alsne
must soon have an end, says Lieutenant
Colonel Rous set, ,the military critic of the
Petit PgrlslennCi commenting on the two
lasf official communications. .
"The two armies," says'Rouseet, "hsve
fought for many day wtlh fury on an
enormous front, but while w have made
progress dally on two wings, to the north
of the River Somme and in the south of
Wocvre, the army of the enemy is ex
hausting itself in vain efforts to check
our advance, after hav.ng uselessly tried
to break through somewhere.
"Th s situation, even though it can still
last soma time, must Inevitably end by
ths definite retreat of our adversary. Be
sieged In any Unas, the experience of bat
tles teaches, one cannot Indefinitely pre
serve tbe defensive."
to Resist Attack
LONDON", Oct. -A dispatch from
Ccpeniiaton to the Times declares thst
extensive preparations are being made in
Cologne far the defense of tha city against
a pobslble attack.
. TAX ON BANK CHECKS
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2.-Elimlnatlon of
the proposed tax of 12 a thousand on
bank capital and surplus in the revenue
bill as It passed the house and subati
tutlttg a stamp tax of 1 cents each on
checks, drafsi and rther commercial
paper, not included In the original bill,
was recommended today by the demo
cratic senators working on that section
All democrats of the senate finance com
mittee met today to consider reporta from
subcommittees. Chairman Simmons said
an effort would be made to agree on all
changes by tonight.
We do not charge you, for
a casket, less than the
casket cost us and then
make it up on the charges for
other details. . We tell you the
actual price of every part of
our service. Then there are
no after surprises.' You know
at the beginning the total cost
of a funeral.
EM IWM tOTDSS
24th and Dodg Fbonm Doug. 390 i
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26c Carter's Pills..
60c Carmen Powder
60c Doan's Kidney Pills, 33
60c Dewltt's Kidney Pills, 290
$1.00 Fellows' Syr. 670
60c Hinds' Honey Almond
60c De Mars Benzoin and.
Almond Cream 250
60c Listerine 290
fl.00 Listerine 58c
50c Pape's Dlapepsln. . . .290
$1.50 Oriental Cream... 980
J 5c Packers' Tar Soap.. 140
SOc Samuels' 3-P Capsules
25c 4711 Glycerine Soap, 120
60c Pebecco Tooth Paste, 300
$1.00 Hood's Sarsaparllla,
60c Sal Hepattca 340
6c Anti-Colic Nipples, 2 for 50
60c Charles' Flesh. Food, 210
26c Sloan's Liniment .... 16e
25c Peroxide of Hydrogen,
at '. 150
1-lb. 20-Mule Team Borax, 70
1-lb. Epsom Salts 50
60c D. & R. Cold Cream, 340
60c Beaton's Cold Cream, 350
60c Phillips' Milk Magnesia,
$1.00 Newbro's Herpiclde,
25c Mentholatum 140
76c Rubber Gloves 390
Exclusive agents in Omaha for
Hylers' Chocolates 80c per pound.
Mary Garden Chocolates.
"FOLLOW THE BEATON PATH"
BEATOH DRUG CO.,
15TH AND PARNAM STS.
received here, there is complaint of lack
ments may t properly considered contra-
VALUES UP TO $2.00, .
Opposite Ochlitz Hotel
315 So. 16th St.
of observance of the Dutch neutrality by1 . ' 7 '
c i.i i. . . . , , i Dana, a crest percentage of the Amer can
British and French warships. It Is de- . . . . . .,
, . ti . . ... .. , exports to Holland la wheat and other
clared. that Hollands trade with the ool-, tnnimtl,tta .,.,. , .,.,,, ..
vuiva ua nan i ui uuK'uniintwq on ac
count of the activity of KngUsh warships.
Swedish papers recalved In Berlin com
plain of tho interference la trade result
ing In the declarations that Swedish iron
ore la contraband of war.
A ropy of the Rotterdsmsche Courant
BRYAN. WILL MAKE TWO
ADDRESSES IN NEW YORK
WASHINGTON. Oct. t-8ecretary
Rrvan will mik tvn iilHnuui In Kaar
received here referring to certain war,york SuluUy, ,h, u,y designated by
new. which has bean characterised by L, w,lson for prayers for peace,
ths Umdon Times as lies from a Dutch ! Aeooraplnlw, by Mr,. Bryan h,
sourco,' declares that this Information i ,M tnr K. Yo,k ,,,,,
.fM..i.liu V aw. n-ji.k I. I
gation tit Tt. Haf u.
. Are Ordered Home
ROME, Oct t-Vla Parta--M. Rlaoff,
tha Bulgarian minister to Italy, has been
InstruoUtd by his government to order all
Bulgarian army officers In Italy and
Swltserlsni to return home Immediately,
and also to provide them with money tor
Bee Want Ads 1'roduce Results.
The National Capital
Friday, Uetobep S, 114.'
Met at 11 a m.
Senator Norrla led the attack on the
Claytuh truat bill coafervme report.
VlDan-e committee democrats contin
ued work on the war revenue bill.
Met at nooa.
Debate waa reaumed on tha Jones bll
for Philippine Independence.
The Judiciary roniralum formally filed
Its rport, rrronimnllng that tha lin
leachmnt prot-eodlnse asslnat Kedera.1
J lidg 8vr of Georgia be dropped.
STORE OF THE TOWN
Letting Our Light Shine
CJf We don't mean to "hide our light under a
husheP nor the quality of our tailoring un
der a busheling room. You see the suit you
buy here and know how it fits before you
take it. ' ' .
Cf WeVe a model for every age and for
every form and more patterns of gopds to
choose from than any house in America.
SUITS, $15 to $40 OVERCOATS, $15 to $50
Whenyoa want cloth i thm out nam tkat should occur to you first i
IBi? winMo' MM & CQ!
CEO. T. WILSON. Manager
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