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TUB HKK: OMAHA, TIITRSUAV. OCTOBER 15, 1H14.
Broadcloth and Corded Silk"
Occupy the First Place
Tomorrow an authentic exposition of
every new weave and color. Besides
all of the rich shades brought out for
autumn and the staple weaves that are
always in vogue. There is evidenced
a decided demand for black in both
woolen and silk fabrics.
A Special Sale of
Fine Millinery for Thursday
Three Hundred Beautiful Trimmed
Hats at Three Special Prices
Go on Sale Tomorrow, Thursday
All the Latest Shapes and Materials
$8.75 Trimmed Hats, Thursday . . $0.25
$10.00 Trimmed Hats, Thursday . . $7.95
$12, $15 Trimmed Hats, Thursday . $10.00
Special Reductions in Misses'
and Children's Hats Thursday
75c to $3.95
Girls! Girls! You Must Try This!
Doubles Beauty of Your Hair
linriie.ll.ilely?-Ves! Certain! that's
the Joy of It Tour hnlr become lli?ht,
wavy, fluffy, abundant ami appen ns
aoft, lustrous and beautiful as n young
Klrl'a after a Dandvrlne hair cleanse.
Just try this moisten cloth with a little
liandi-rtne and carefully draw It through
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time. This will cleanse the hair of dust,
dirt or excessive oil. and In Just a few
momenta you have doubled the beauty ot
your hair. A delightful surprise awaits
those whose hair haa been neglected or is
ASKS TROOPS BE HOT
' SENT TO THE BORDER
Secretary Garrison Tells Gorernor
Hunt Such a Mm Would Be
ra0N coucras with him
aya CJorernmeat fa Dola Kvery
Iblag PoMlble Prll Ike
Uvea of Aaaertraaa from
NACO. Arts., Oct. 14 When Informed
that Oovernor !unt had ordered the Arl
xona atate militia to be prepared to pro
ceed to Naco at any time. Colonel C. A.
Y. Hatfield, commanding the I'nlted
States cavalry brigade on border duty,
aald he would keep militiamen out of the
danger aone the same as any other non
Aaala M Ires llaal.
WAflilXOTOK. Oct. 14. Secretary Gar
rison late today ttlexriphed Governor
Hunt of Arisona, saying that iTesidriit
Bam pie of Pyramid Pllo Remed;
niiio4 freo for trial gives alek reilvf.
ups Itching. bleHllng or protruding
piios. hemorrhoid and ail rwoii
troublaa, lu the privacy of yoar own
home. 60e bug at all drugiUu. f rc
empte for vial with buuslct iaallel
free la puUn wrapper.
. FREE IABPLE CO UPC N
PYRAMID VRVa OOMPAIfT.
el 4 i'yrainia liiag. ataxtWL Vf lch.
Kindly send me s Free sample of
Prraasial PUe h V. 1 pUla wrapp.
I 4 4S4
scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Re
side beautifying the hair, Danderine dis
solves everv particle of dandruff;
demises, purifies and Invlgoratea thi
acalp, forever atopplng Itching and falling
hair. Hut what will please you moat will
be, after a few week's use, when you
see nevf hair fine and downy at first
yes but really new hair growing all over
the si sip. If you care for pretty, soft
hair, and lots of it, surety get a ft-oenl
bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any
drug store or toilet couutnr and Just
try It. Advertisement.
Wilson had again requested that the gov-
trner "abstain from complicating and em
barrassing the situation" by sending atate
troopa to the Arisona border.
It was Indicated at the War depart
ment that had Governor Hunt persisted
In sending state troops to the border the
president would have exercised his con
stitutional privilege of calling them Into
the service of the federal government,
thua placing them under command of the
Secretary Garrison etrlier telegraphed
Oovernor Hunt that the dispatch of state
mllltla til Naco or Douglas, aa proposed by
the governor, would greatly complicate
the situation at those place, and that the
I'nlted States forces there are now doing
everything that should be done to protect
American lives and property from the
dHiiger to which they are exposed by the
fighting Mexicans across the line, short
of actually Invading Mexico. He earnestly
advised the governor to uftc his Influence
to prevent Arisona rltlsena from exposing
themselves to danger.
Secretary Garrison's message follows .
"I have Just received your telegram of
October 11 M'e have at the present time
at Naco. Arts., fourteen troops of cavalry
and two machine gun companies. General
Bliss reports to me thst If the local Influ
ential men ot Naco will help allay the
excitement It will greatly aid In handling
a delicate situation. One ot the greatest
embarrassments arises from the activity
of the Inhabitants of Naco, Aria,, and of
surrounding places, who attempt to get
ear the boundary line to observe the
More Troopa redr4.
"We are doing everything short of In
vading Mexico and driving the combat
ants away by force that we possibly can
do. Additional troops would not be of any
use In doing what It is proper for Us to
do, under ths circumstance. Were you
to arnd state troopa to Neoo It could only
have the effect of further complicating
the situation and adding a new element
of risk. It would also Introduce the great
peril which arwea out of divided respon
sibility. "An Ill-considered move on our side
may precipitate an armed conflict be
tween the American forces and the Mex
icans with ultimate consequences that
no one ran foresee. 1 feel you ahould
give the graves consideration to the
great responsibility you assume In this
respect before you determine to do so.
"I caa assure you and your people that
A rtyle which constantly
grows in popularity. We
liavo wonderful values in
cashmere, ehamoisctte and
leatherette gloves from 500
to $1.25 a pair.
THE STORE FOR
3 Pairs for $1.00
We have a large variety
of styles and weights in Tioth
Kegular and Out fizeH.
ments Light gray color, will not
pcratch or shrink, made with
feet, cuffs to cover the hands
sizes 1 to 10 years. 55c to
$1.10, according to size.
White and colors, made
with feet, drop seat, some
with hoods and cuffs for
covering the hands, nize 1
to 10 years. 50c, 00c, Cum
Children's Wear, lid Floor.
Your Autumn Suits
Made to Order
Now at Special Prices
And besides n something
which money can't buy any
where else exclusive pat
terns. Made to order, Skinner
$55 Patterns :...$45
$75 Patterns '...$65
$60 Patterns $50
Dress floods Section.
-. 1 ! ! iS-UMl M LSUll
we are giving constant and sympathetic
consideration to the situation and are do
ing everything that we can do short of
engaging In hostlltlea. The president Is
advised of the contents of this meaaag
and concurs with what Is said herein."
Won't Send Troopa.
PIIOKN1X, Arts., Oct. 14.-Acceptlng the
view of the secretary of war, that ev
erything possible was being done to pro-
llfe and property, Oovcrnor Hunt
announced today that he would not at
this time send the Arirona National
Guard to Naco or elsewhere on the border.
VON KLUCK TRIES
TO CUT THROUGH
LINE OF ALLIES
(Continued from Page One.)
the lrlna the greatest army yet sent
against Bervla In a filial and supreme ef
fort to crush that country. Klerce ek.tr
mlahea already have ben reported between
outposts, and a big battle la said to be
Nearer home news of military opera
tions Is even more meager than In the
eastern area. Stubborn fighting Is re
ported at (name deleted by censor),
and It Is claimed that all the efforts of
General von Klurk to smash the allies'
left have been repulsed. General von
Kluck la the commander of the German
ermaa Fleet Active.
In the Kaltlc the German fleet la show
ing unusual activity. 8ubmarlnes or a
torpedo boat, according to the Berlin an
nouncement, recently sunk a Kusslan
cruiser at a point distant two days Meam
Ing from their bae, and a great German
squadron flying the flag of Prince Henry
ot rruasla U today reported cruising
about the Aland Islands.
The ferment over the question of neu
trality 6f the. countries of southeastern
Kurope Is liu-reaalug everywhere. An ex
ception I found In the rase of Italy,
where discussion has been checked while
the country awaits news from the ink
bed ot Its foreign minister.
The tsmous cruisers Goeben and Ures-
lau again are a source ot friction with
Turkey on account of the report thai they n'"' co"t'P,1- JI"1nss. sleeplessness,
hsve passed Into the lilacs. Fea and are bldd" disorders come from stuKtish kld-
today near the spot where a Kusslan ' ......... i
fleet was reported to be cruising not Ion. The momBt ' u '
a(a. kidneys or your back hurts, or If the
In England the controversy over the'urln U cuJy- ffenaive. full of sedl-
... . ' ni.nl llrernlitp Af nAaaA nr mttmmAmA hv
senuiiia- oi naval reser-es -tnio Antwerp
i. a ... .... . .... . ...
the authoriiles having made no reply to
criticism teat the reserves were sent too
late and In Inadequate numbers.
Bee Want Ads An the
WASHINGTON. Oct. li.-8pex-lal Tele
sraui.) r"red K. TIiuiums of Miltbrook.
VN yo., has been appointed assistant forest ' rsusea Irritation, thus ending bladder dts-raji-r
at t'ody. Wyo. The compirollir 1 '
of the currency has arsnled charters) to
the following fvouth I'akota banks: Tbe
Ijtke County Natloual bark of sladtson.
capital i.uoO; John W. Waddon. presi
dent: Martin T. Horther, cashier Icon
version of the Lavke iVunty bank, slsx!l
sua I. The Klret NaUunal bank ot Mid
land, rapital !&,, A. J. Bunker, presi
dent: C T. Coyne, cashier tconverslon of
the Bank of Midland).
CITY MM WAYS
Government Propose1 to Operate the
Street Car Linei that Are Tied
Up by Strike.
SOLDIERS ST7B.R0 UITD OFFICE
Rmplcrrt Dfniil lfa4r4 Per
Dor and Bfronltlo of
MKXirr) C'ITT, Oct. U.-(By Courier to
Vera Crus. Oct. 14.) Tha setsure of the
Mexico Tramways company line br the
Csrranza government today was made at
the point of the bayonet.
The Tramways Company. limited, la a
foreign corporation capitalised at tl,000,
0"n. lta home office la In Toronto.
HBortly before noon aoldlere aurrounded
the main bulldlnar occupied by offlaes and
plant, while a delegation of officials en
tered the premises and served notice on
Oenrral Oravea that all the books, rolling
sto k and other property of the company,
with the exception of the raah In the
vaulla. muat be delivered to the chief of
police. The order waa given In the name
of the aupreme chief and waa aimed by
the governor of the federal district.
The government explained that the
measure waa a provisional one taken In
the Intereeta of public welfare, and due
to the atoppage of the atreet car traffic
of the city on noon of last Thuraday.
when the motormen, conductors, , liispec
tore and ehopmen atriick because their
demands for a 100 per cent Increase In
wage, an eight-hour day and recognition
of the union were not granted by the
company in the four houra' time limit
specified by the strikers' committee.
Managers Protest te xKtloa.
The principal ownere of the property
are English. French and Belgian, with
some American stockholders. All foreign
employee were kept in the building by
troopa. The management made a vigor
oua proteat to the Brazilian, Brltlah,
French and Belgian legations.
A formal proteat waa reglatered also
Carranza later dealgnated Toma R&moa
aa acting general manager of the ayatem.
The lines of the company form a network
over the entire federal district, extend
ing for nearly ISO mllea and carrying mil-
lions of passengers monthly.
Due to a depreciation in the Mexican
peso, the management Informed Uie gov
ernment today of lta Inability to grant
the demanda of the men for shorter houra
and double wages, declaring that pas
sengers were now being tranaported at
less 14 centa gold. Immediately there
after soldiers took possession of the prop
Move tanses eJaalon.
The ant haa rauaed a sensation here, aa
the Tramwaya company and the Allied
! Mexican Light and Tower company,
j limited, supply all the light, power, heat
and transportation within a radlu of
thirty miles of the capital.. The Joln In-
vestment oi me auiea companies nw requires, ansae, mis will m&xe a gray
sent nearly $100,000,000. j haired person look twenty years younger. I
Paasengera "arriving from Aguas Cal- ( It la alao fine to promote the growth of '
lentes say that General Villa Is thirty
miles north of there with a large force
and determined to fight unless the j ad
herents of Carranxa agree to a eon itn la
don form of government. - ' '7
Mr. Garrison's message was In reply to
one from Governor Hunt asking What
"new meaaurea" were being taken by the
federal government to prevent "a jcon
tlnuance of Mexican outragoa agalnat
Arisona cltlsens," and expressing a de
sire to send the Arisona national gtiard
to the border. (
Trouble Fesireal at Doaglaa
Secretary Garrison conforred at length
with President WHson. showing him re
ports from General Bliss and border 'of- i
flrers. In tho meanttme another tele-
grim from Oovernor Hunt arrived, atat- !
Ing that a situation similar to thst at
Naco had arisen at Pouglaa, Arts., and
Secretary Garrison Immediately tele
graphed that two additional troops of I
cavalry had been ordered from Columbus, j
N. M.. to Douglas.
The report from Oeneral Bliss, which
was placed before the president today by
Mr. Garrison, stated that Naco, Arlx., j
and Naco, Sonora. were practically one
inwn ana tnt z.vv constitutionalists un
der Genersl Hill were entrenched In a
seml-clrcle flanking the International
boundary. Governor Maytorena, with
J.600 troops, mostly Taqul Indiana, faced
them In a parallel line about 1,000 yards
away. Neither side, according to Gen
eral. File, seemed sufficiently strong to
make an attack, but It waa reported to
him that 3.000 men were coming to the
aid of Governor Maytorena.
Fourteen troopa of cavalry and two
machine gun platoona are patrolling the
border and all citizens have been ordered j
to keep under cover. Much difficulty. Is
being experienced with spectators, how-1
ever, and at one time a procession of I
sixty automobiles with sightseers from
If Back Hurts
Begin on Salts
riu.sli the Kidneys at once
' llackachy or Bladder both
Mt-ut forms uric arid.
No man or woman w ho rats meat rea-u- I
larly ran make a mistake by flushing '
the kidneys occasionally, says a well
known authority. Meat forma uric acid
which clogs the kidney pores so they
sliie-ifishty filter or strain only part of
the waste and poisons from the Mood,
then you set sick. Nearly all rheuma
tism, headaches, liver trouhle, nervous-
, a sensation of scsldlns. set about four
ot '" " reliable
prArniti j inu laxf UDiNpooniui in
iclac of w&ter bfor brkfat for a
few days and your kidneys will then art
fine. This famous as.lt la made from j
the add of r rapes and lemon Juloa, com-
Mned with llthla and haa been nsed fori
generations te flush clogged kidneys and
stimulate them to activity, also to neu
tralise the acids In urine so It no longer
Jad Salts Is Inez pensive and cannot
injure; makes a delightful effervescent 1
lithla-water drink whW-h all regular
meat eaters should take now and then
to keep the kidney's clean and tbe blood
vure. thereby avoiding serious kidney
riebee. Arlx., were stopped by the Ameri
Ohjertloa of General Ilea.
Oeneral Bliss telegraphed Becretary Har
rison during the night, advising rtrongly
against permitting the Arizona troopa to
go to the border, aaylng the only ac
tional thing which could be done would be
to use force, and the atate troopa might
complicate the a'tuatlon.
Oeneral HHm transmitted a report from
Colonel Hatfield, In command of the
American troopa at Naco, aaylng none of
the hostile Mexican force had crossed
Into American territory, that when cer
tain detachrnente were about to enter on
October 11 they had been ordered back.
Three cannon ahota, the report ell, had
been fired Into the American aide, but
that aeemed unintentional, and the aim
No homea have been deatroyed and the
only clvlllana Injured so far have been a
Mexican woman and her Infant, both
alightly wounded, and Lee Kale. 40 yeara
old, ahot In the band. At Douglas, Gov
ernor Hunt telegraphed that one soldier
and a child had been atruck by bullets,
which he aald aeemed to be deliberately
aimed. The Agua Prleta garrison, oppo
aite Douglaa. kept tip a heavy fire oa the
n'ght of October II, according; to War
department report, presumably to dis
courage an attack by Maytorena forcea,
but no one waa Injured.
WOMEN SPIT ON
IN FRENCH CITIES
(Continued from Page One.)
complain they were apat upon by French
women In French towna, their helmet
knocked off and that they were kicked
by moba, robbed of their luggage and all
but starved to death.
"The German papers consider the fall
of Antwerp a Brltlah defeat, aa the
Brltlah spurred the reluctant Belgians to
continued resistance. During the bom
bardment special flags were hoisted on
buildings of artists and historical value
at the suggeatlon of the Germane.
"The Nteuwe Rotterdameche Courant's
ACTRESS TELLS SECRET
A Well Known Actress Tells How She
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Promoted lta Growth With
Simple Home Made Mixture.
Miss Blanche Rose, a well known
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a simple preparation which she mixed at
home, In a recent Interview at Chicago,
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hair, rellevea Itching and scalp humors
and Is excellent for dandruff and falling
hair. Advertisement. !
Warm COTTON and
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Large Size Blankets, 64x80 for. . . . V 1.75
Extra Heavy Woolknap Blankets for. . . 2.75
.Very Fine, All Wool Blankets, . . $4.50 and 5.00
We want you to compare these soft, thick, fine blankets, good big
liberal sices, with the ordinary thin, small-sized blankets usually
offered. You'll see a big difference In quality.
WE EXTEND A CORDIAL INVITATION
To see our displays of new dining room and bed room furniture.
Our prices will certainly interest everyone looking for high grade
furniture at moderate prices.
BEATON & LAIER CO.
415-417 South 16th Street
assata Talcum Ponder
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A few suRgeiM loin Camera and Films made by Fast man.
rreacriptions, I'erfumea, Toilet and Manicure articles. Rubber Goods,
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..Cotton Filled Comforters $1.T3 and $2
.These are extra well made, filled with
clean, sanitary new cotton filling, fancy
art covered, good big sizes, warm and
Katren Covered Comforter, With Wide
Itorder, fUl.OO and $3.7
Dainty blues, pinks and lavenders with
wide quilted borders, very soft and fine.
A Shoe lor Well
and Sick Feet
Foot troubles come from
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constructed on the latest
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The outer sole Is the fin
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a cork sole, entirely free
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the moisture from ths
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BR AN DEIS syN5n?Bktnrday
uuniiui.iv Saturday Uatlnss.
A Tnonaand Xau;hs all Bollsd in
to ths rrsatsst sueoasa ts wrlt
tsn. CTJUX. SCOTT and Original
OsTIOAGO and N. T. OAST la
GEO. M. COHAN'S BEST PLAY
Xntsnisly ThrUllnsT, Trs
rasndonilT runny. Mys
Mat. Sat. 88o. 50 o, 75c, $1 A 11.50.
TlhtS BOO. 75c, tl, 11.50 $3.
Two nights Oct. 19, 90. Matlasa
Tncsrtay, XUsanor Oatas' Wondsr
The Poor Little Rich Girl
THE SECOND ANNUAL BALL
Given by tho
Head Vaiters j Waiters
At Alamo Hall, 24th. and Grant
Thursday Evening, Oct. 15
Desdune's Orchestra Will Furnish
DANCING UNTIL 1:30.
U, S. MARINE BAND
ind EVENING OCT. 17TH
"THE PRESIDENT'S OWN"
Box Of floe sTsw Open,
Oeneral Admission SOo.
Box Saats $l.BO.
Opens Satnrdar "-''hi, Oct. 17, with
Eva Lang-Cliarlea Miller.
and their New York fmrany. in
"liOlOUT AND I'AID VOR."
Seats Now on Sale.
Pxioss. a So and SOo.
stats.. Sunday. Thursday r Satnrday:
-OM AKa'S XV m CXsTTSB
Sally Mat. ISf aS-SOo,
AU HniirVMnftS riBI Knsleal
Rif "snsivs winKw Burtesqaa
i W ith Phil Ott. Alice Uur tad s sMabls east. As
. l.i. of Gorsouoc, Km n and Uualc catlralf mxi
' rojaia4 stria. bautf Chorus f Haaarmooaioa;
Bncl.a. W.rli a trlca scorva bstwaaa acta.
I LADIES' DISCS HAT. WEEK SATS.
This week: Ann Tasker A Co.; Ed.
mond Hayes & Co.: Mi Kay A Ardine
Gardiner Trio; Hilda Thomas and Loti
Hall. Ward. Bell A Ward; John Ueiger'
Orpheum Travel Weekly. '
Pricaa: Mallaaa Uallef j , 10: haat seal laarapt
8aurlar aa f jad.n, fca. M,hu. IDc-toa-Wc-lM.
GRAND PRIZE WALTZ
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Tbarsday Bight, Ooteber Is,
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