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TIIK M-'Iv. OMAHA. WKDXKSnAY, ( KTOllKff :'. l!14.
An Expositionof Evening
Gowns Dancing Frocks
sliiuinioring flniiitinoss, tlnst
droHyiiiakor'H ji ft sire a real
Exfuisit' in their
products f the lincs-1
pleasure to look upon.
Kadi period in the world's liistory has brought
forth a distinctive style of its own, and in this
present season each period is 'represented.
A special Dancing Dress of Chiffon in pink 02 C A
or blue i interestiof at the low price of ?6V)tJU
Other Dresses priced up to $100
FRENCH TROOPERS PASSING THROUGH FAMOUS VINSYARDS IN EPERNAY Note the women laboring in the
vineyards. So accustomed have they become to the passage of troops that they do not trouble to lift their heads to see
A Beautiful Showing
of Colored Silk Velvets
We announce a special display all this week an
opportunity for you to look and choose from nn
immense variety which does much toward making
your selection n delightfully easy and pleasant task.
Whether you are merely looking for information
or to buy, you are equally welcome.
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TO MURDER YILLA
Would-Be Asiaisin is Ezrcuted After
Making Confession to Ameri
IMPLICATES GENERAL GONZALES
Hnld lie Wu Paid I.arce turn of
Munr la Mralrn I My hr 2rnrral
Vllla'a Stronvrjit Opitonril
IF YILLA RETIRES
Offer to &nit Post as Head
, Mexico is Submitted to
SATS MOTIVES ARE PATRIOTIC
IUfn ( (arraaaa Pat Hut
Mava Vm Tllla lav aka at
ptarrll, Prasraaa mt .
MEXICO CITT. Ort. S7.-Venutlano
Crrnx aubmlttad hla raatcnaUon to
th Augua Caltantaa convtntton today.
Hla offer to rallnqulab . hla poat aa au-
prrmc chief of the nation, howaver, la
coivlittonal on lha ratlranant to privata
lira of OanoraJ rranrlaco Villa.
In offering to raalgn Ocn.-nl Caraoaa
aald ba waa actoatatl only by the hlghaat
motlvaa of patrlollam and that accept
ance or rejection of hla offer muat de
pend on whether hla elimination would
contribute toward haetenlnr pear In the
republic and the furtherance of true
In dlBcuaalng the tender of hi realg
natjon by Ocneral Caransa, a hlah gov
ernment official aald today: "(Jiral
Villa haa charged General Caraqaa with
being a aelf-aeeker who dealred o take
advantage ot an accident and perpetu
ate hlmeelt- In power. Ueneral Car
ranta now ahowa hla good faith to the
world by declaring that If the peraon
alltlea of hlmaelf and Villa are to be
a check on peace and to democratic
progreae tn Mexico they ahould both
atep down and but. Aa you Americana
aay, 'It la now up to Mr. Villa.' The
folio were of General Carranaa are will
ing to let hlatory Judge thla act of dia
Intereatedneaa of hla part, for we ran
make no greater eacrlllce In the Inter
eat of peace and patriotuim."
Cold by Giving
: Syrup of Figs
When your child auffera from a cold
don't wait; gie the little stomach, liver
and bowela a rotle, thorough cleanalnc
at enca. When eroaa, paevlah, Itatlaaa,
pale, doesn't aleep, eat or act naturally;
If breath la bad, stomach sour, give a
teaspoonful of "California Byrup of
Klga," and In a fas hours all the clog-grd-up,
constipated waate, aour bile and
undigested food will gently move out
ot the bowels, and you have a well,
playful child again.
if your child coughs, snuffles and haa
caught cold or la feverish, or has a sore
throat give a good loae of "California
Syrup of figs." to evacuate the bowela
b difference, what other treatment la
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
take this harmless "fruit laxative." Mil
lions of mothers keep It handy because
they know Its action on the stomach,
liver and bowels Is prompt and aura.
They also know a little given today
saves a sick child tomorrow.
Atk your drugeiM for a SO-rent bottle
of "California Byrup of rigs," which
ior ta na clr-lione fur baMea, children
of all agea and for grown-upa plainly on
the bottle. Beware of rountarfelta sold
here. Get the genuine, made by "Cali
fornia Klg Syrup Company." Advertisement
ARMY OF RUSSIA
(Continued from Page One.)
WHAT TO DO FOR
Ecsema. ringworm and other Itching,
burning akin eruptlona era so easily made
worse by Improper treatmeut that one has
to be very careful. Titers Is one method,
hwever that you ned not tiseitata to
use, eves oa a baby's Wnilrr skin that la.
the realnot treatment. Ileelnol Is the pre
scrlptioa of a Baltimore doctor, put up lq
ta form of reetnol ointment and real not
aeava, This proved so remarkably suecei
ful that thousands . of ether physlclana
have bee presciiulag It eonaUntly for
Kssinol su? Itching Instantly, and
alsaost slweye heals the eruption quickly
as at Utile cet. Reataol ointment and
rastaot soap can be bought at sny drug
gist's. For fres samples write to Kestaol
Lwpl. M R, BeJtlmors, Md.
that the Oerinan forces in the region of
Klawa and Vlltalavak. disquieted by the
eltuatlon on the front at Thorn and
Cracow, have retreated In the direction
of Kaat rruaala. where the population
haa been ordered to retire Into the In
"Oi the Gallctan front the entire Btry
valley southward from ths river and the
railroad tracks from the Btry to Pro-
hobyes are congested with Auatrlan
corpses. Uetween last Thursday and
Sunday, during the pursuit of ths enemy,
the nuaatsns captured seventeen officers,
4,M men. eleven mschlne guns, twenty
two guna, twenty-three ralaaona and
trasses of other war material."
In a dlepetrh from f'etrograd the cor
reapondent of Keutera Telegram company
gtvea some details of the retreat from
the vicinity of Warsaw:
"The Germans retreated from Warsaw
at night, covering over thirty miles on
their first march.' They left artillery
to mask their retreat. The Ruaeian
caught up two days later.
"Ths capture of Lowlcs lrtuslly en
sures posseaalon of the country for eighty
mllea to the westward of Waraaw.
"Along the whole western front the
Russian medical aid worked like clock
morlt. Trains, motor, vana, carriages
were plentiful everywhere. A bix lunatic
aaylum at Tvurok In the lone of fighting
near Waraaw had to be deserted. A
detachment of troopa were aent with or-
dera not to use violence- The dortors
contrived a long rope of tied towrla.
telling the Inmates If they let go of it
they would JM shot by ths Germane. All
were thereby taken to the railway. A
few recalcitrant women scratched, bit
and kicked the wardens.
"The Army Messenger ststes that the
Auatrlan loasee in Gallcia from the tSA
to the SCth of October, were aaventeen
officers, 4.1&S men. eleven quick fire guns,
twenty cannon and a great quantity of
ammunition and atorea. The Kuaslan
cavalry contlnuea the pureulL"
I KIjPASO, Tox., Oct. 27 An B.ttenl)t
! has Ixert made to itfmrui.ilnate (Jt nnral
Francisco Villa by an agent aaid to have
j been commissioned and paid bv General
Pablo Uonsaws. General C'arranxa's
staunch supporter, aald a meaxsge aent
: the Associated I'reas today ly Iul
jAtigulrre Ilenavldes. Genersl Villa's first
I secretary. The would-be asxaanln, Fran
: claco I. Mugla, waa executed after mak-
ing a confession before George U. Caroth-
ers, the Amnrlcsn consular agent
I The accusation caused much excite
ment. The telegram from Villas secre
tary ssld Mugla was apprehended at
Guadalupe, where Villa, with hla troops,
has been awaiting the outcome of the1
conforenca. The official report stated
that the prisoner lust prior to his ex
ecution had told the VUla officials in the
presence of Csrothsre that he had been
paid a large aum of money by General
Gonsales at Mexico City.' In hla pos
session waa found Incriminating evidence
and a loaded plato).
"Mr. Conaul; Please advlae your gov
ernment and say family that I died a
traitor," Mugla waa quoted aa having
The accused was an Argentine subject.
It waa Mugla who assassinated a Ger
man consular official at Mexico City
some years ago. (
General Pablo Gonsales, commander of
the division of the east, haa been re
garded aa Vllla'a strongest opponent In
Vllla'a controversies with Carranxa.
General Villa notified the convention
delegate at Aguaa Callentea of the mat
ter, euggeatlng to them that they "act
In the present rasa aa Justice and the
Mexican honor demanda "
IV Official neort Tel.
WASHINGTON. Oct. J7.-No report
from ConauUr Agent Carothera telllnxi
of the reported attempt on the life of
General Villa had been received here to
day, but officials pointed out that official
dispatches from Mexico were coming
along more than a day behind newa dis
patches. Today'a newa dlapatchea telling
of the attempted examination of General
Villa attracted great attention In official
c Ire lee.
iiortli'-aat of DUmude, probably 2.000,
I v. ere met by a fine rally of the Belgian
I Infantry and of the cavalry, who had
tethered their horses, and were driven by
niBln force at the bayonet point to the
river canal and Into It. There moat
have been eome frantic scenes and tja
hodlea seen In the water on the next
day gave grim testimony of thla.
Invaders Are Kiddle.
"About 3,000 German mrantrymen got
Into Dlxmude. They held it for a time
but with ahell and rifle fir the (lace
waa riddled through and through. The
Germane dashed out of the crumbling
hounes only to be wiped out by a sirocco
of shrapnel and shot In the streets.
"When Runday morning broke the dead
and wounded were everywhere. Dtx
mude was a cemetery, but in the woods
not far away the Germans atlll lingered.
They held a position under a deeuerate
fire and eventually were reinforced. The
allies could not oust them and the Ger
mans are atlll acroea the Taer.
"Their presence may not be permanent
and they may auffer the same fate aa
haa overcome hundreds of their fellow
during the week, who got over only to
meet their death, but the Belgian and
French llnea, for the time being at least,
have been drawn back about thla point"
BOWMAN FOUND GUILTY
OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER
YANKTON, S. D.. Oct J7.-8peelal
integram. i nanes r. i. Bowman, on
trial for his life for killing Nellie Brewer
July last, waa found guilty of murder by
the Jury and the penalty fixed at lite
Imprisonment at hsurd labor. The Jury
took the case at S p. m., sptnt an hour
at supper, and within . fifteen minutes
on return to the jury room waa ready to
Tho murder of Nellie Brewer, a Tank
ton High achool girl, with whom Bow
man waa infatuated, occurred July S last
Bowman' defense was that he shot the
girl accidentally hlle in an epileptic fit
RAILROAD MAN KILLED
BY FARMER IN DISPUTE
PIERRE, 8. D., Oct. .-SpeclaI
Telegram.) Station Agent O. C. Hunter
of the Chicago & Northwestern railway
at Midland, fifty mllea west of here, was
ahot and killed late this evening by A. P.
tlelm, a farmer with whom he had a dis
pute. Deputy Sheriff Norman of Stanley
county had Just stepped out of the sta
tion and was on the platform when the
shot waa fired and immediately placed
Helm under arrest.
affraare Meeting; at Bradahaw.
BRADSHAW. Neb., Oct 27. fPpeclal.)
-Mrs. Maud , McCreery of Wisconsin
spoke on equal suffrage. A good delega
tion came up from York.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
SHERIDAN. Wyo.. Oct 27. (Special
Telegram.) "Jack" Eggleatone, 35, for
twelve yeara business man here, died
suddenly tonight, after an Illness of five
days, from the gripe, which brought on
heart failure. He leaves a wife.
YSER RUNS RED WITH
BLOOD OF GERMANS
(Continued from Page One.
Do You Suffer
When your kldneya are weak and
torpid they do not properly perform
their functions; your back aches and
you do not feel like doing much of any
thing! You are likely to be despondent
and to borrow trounie, just as if you
hadn't enough already. Don't be a ylo
tlm any longer.
The old reliuble medicine. Hood a Sar-
aaparllla. givea strength and ton to the
kidneys; builds up the whole system. Get
It today. Advertisement.
tured. said that the delay of more t! an
a week In crossing this waterway had In
cenaed the autocratic military mind In
Germany. It muat be croaaed tonight If
It coat thousanda of men. That In effect
waa the order given and the German
soldiers, all credit to them, did their
Costs Maay Live.
"Probably t.WO ot mem gave their Uvea
laat night. They could not give more,
yet they failed, but not because the Ger
mans did not literally obey their orders.
They crossed the waterway all right, aa
they were bid. hut oace through they
could not make good. They were mowed
down with rifle ahot. torn Into human
fragments by ahella and bayonetted back,
yard by yard over their own dead Into
the waters ot the canal. Into the very
gray ot the morning thla bloody work 1
went on ao fiercely that there wsa hardly !
a trench or bridge guards In the whole
line that d'd not Imsglne that he had
been singled out lor itpecial attack.
"It la believed that some t.iXO Germans i
crossed the Yser river, but hardly one-of
them got back. Those to the north end
IF THE BAbt li UUlltNQ ItElh
Mrs. WinslQvs Soothing Syrup
A SPLENDID REGULATOR
PURELY VEGETABIE-NQT NARCOTIC
'I waa annoyed for over a year by at
tacks of acute Indigestion, followed by
constipation." write Mrs. M. J. Gal
lagher. Geneva. N. Y. '! tried every.
thing that waa recommended to me for
tSIs complaint, but nothing did ma much
good until about four months ago I aaw
Chamberlains Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them from our drug
gist. I soon realised that I had got tan
the right thing, for they helped ma at
once. Hlnoe taking two holt lea of thsm 1
caa aa( heartily without any bad effects.'
golf by all gealera. Advertisement
The Men Who Care
for clothoa that wear should
a visit to us pay. Oar goodi
are new; our fit la true and
shape In our clothes will stay.
Uoodi suits we make without
mistake; and the gtyla Is up
to date. Fine patterns new
madtt up (or yon at prices
Good Sulta and Overcoats
made to measure for from -
$25 to $40
804-304 South' 10 th BtreoC
any make you want; $1.00
and up per month.
SO7-80O 8oath 17lh Street.
Phone Doug. 4121.
THAR'S two places
A whar you can
always find sym
pathyin the die?
tionary an' in a
pipe o' VELVET.
For there's solid solace in that aged
in - the - wood mellowness which
:hanges Kentucky's Bur ley de Luxe
into VELVET, The Smoothest
Smoking Tobacco. 10c tins and
5c metal-lined bags.
SIMPLE BUT SURE
Hyomei. the Great Catarrl
Remedy. "Just Breathe It
and Be Cured.
Do not try to cure catarrh, head roldi
or snuffles by taking drugs Into thi
stomach that can do little more thai
upset the digestion. These common but.
dangerous diseases, that often cause tht
loss of hearing and the sense of smell
and taste, cannot be cured that way,
The common sense wsy Is to breath
Hyomei, which gets the medication right
where It is needed to heal the raw an4
Inflamed lining of the air passages
kill the germs and restore the diseased
tissues to a perfectly healthy condition
Hyomei Is a mixture of antiseptic and
germicidal oils that you breaths through
a small Inhaler. No bother; no dls
agreeable medicine to swallow; stmolj
unf the Inhaler a few times dally anil
the health-giving medication of Hyomei
will quickly soothe and heal the Irri
tated tissues stop distressing choklni
and unclesn discharges of ths noee
you breathe N freely dull headache
cease, and every catarrhal symptom
Druggists everywhere sell the Hy
mel complete outfit that contains In
haler and bbttle of medicine. There l
nothing more economical, simple an
pleasant .to use, or that gives such rapU
and lasting benefit as Hyomnl ani
perfectly harmless. Sherman & McCon
no-pay" plan. Advertisement.
A tire so good that once
you've used it you can
never be tempted to buy
any other that's . the
Marathon idea of quality.
Built to meet a demand
Marathon Tires are not
expensive. They cost a little
more from a price stand
pointbut they give a great
deal more in the end.
Built by hand, wrap cured
not a bit of hurried work from
tart to finish. Guaranteed tor
5,000 miles. Made in angle
non-skid and in smooth treads.
All sizes for all styles of runs.
Cheaper Tires are made- we know
Better Tires can't be
The Marathon Tire &
Cuyahoga Falls, O.
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2S22 Firnara SL Phone Couj. 238S
. Omaha, Neb.
FIRE CAN HOT
nor can burglars get
it if you place it in
our Vault, because it
is Fire and Burglar
Proof. You can rent
a Safe Deposit Box
here for your valu
ables for the small
$3.00 Per Year.
xtractl an s
Is the talk of
Br re a d i n g
as low as
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20-year guarantee. t
BAILEY IHE DENTIST
706 City Nat l Bank
I buy the same quality of tn-l
terlal, the best, for use In my et
ing place as I use In my home, j
No matter what yoq pay elsewhere
you are not getting better, and!
seldom as good food as you will j
The Pure Food Sign.
Qnickserv Cafeteria .
Basement City Natl Bank BIdg
Or Boston Lunches.
219 Month 10th St.
14(X) iMugtaa HL.
1408 Faro am 8U
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