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TIIK IEE: OMAHA. 1 HI DAY. OCTOBER 30, 1914.
Goods ' Charged Friday and Saturday
Are Not Included in the October Statement
This Applies to the Last Two Days of Every Month
Announcement from the
Through our own importation and careful
early buying we were fortunate in securing
our linens for this season at old prices, des
pite the continued advances now demanded
by manufacturers; therefore, we are prepared
to offer, the best values in:
Fancy Linens comprising MADEIRA
PIECES, CLUNY LACE PIECES, MADEIRA
LUNCHEON SETS, CLUNY LUNCHEON
SETS, HAND EMBROIDERED SCARFS,
and LUNCH CLOTHS; TOWELS, GUEST
TOWELS, HUCK TOWELING, etc.
Linen Specials for Friday
Odd Table Cloths
3.V Guest Towels. ..... .20c $2.50 2x2-yard Table Cloths,
50c Guest Towels .'. ..... 39c Friday
65c Guest ToweJg. ..... .50c $3.00 2x2-yard Table Cloths,
75c Huck Towels 50c Friday ....$2.50
$1.00 Huck Towels ...... 75c $3.75 2x212-yd. Table Cloths,
$1.25 Huck Towels. . . .$1.00 Friday .$3.00
Keep Our Showing
At the Highest
Notch of Complete
ness. There is nothing bizarre
or common in the display.
Every coat has the unseen
qualities of fine tailoring
that make a garment keep
its shape and give satis
factory service long after
coats that may look as
well in the beginning are
misshapen and unsightly.
Of exceptional value
are the Arabian
$13.50 to S85.00
No charge for alterations.
Ghoice of Any Trimmed Hats
In Our Department Friday
AT T WO PRICES
This Offer Includes About Five
Hundred Beautiful Trimmed Hats
Ranging in Price From $6.75 to $35
$;675 : X'- :
$10 Each' j)
$1250) ; ; ,
$2500 Each7 Q
This is a most unusual opportunity and every
woman in Omaha should take advantage of it
KCJVJ5nD Ji AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
BERLIN POLICE ARE
! BUSY AFTER SPIES
Subject! of English nationality or
I Afiliationi Art Arretted by
I TWO PBOMHIXHT BBJT0ITS HELD
1 Third, fftt A4al(i He Entered
I t oaatrr Vae vl Isa Passports
American, Believe ta
Have Rii Ihot.
tCopyrlght, 1W4. by Press Publishing Co.)
Br IIBUDRRT B. SWOPB.
IXJNDON. Oct. 2.-By Courier from
nsrlln. Oct. 10, Delayed In Tranemlaelon
from Holland Frontier.) (Bpeclal Cable
gram to New York World and Omaha
!) There haa been a vivid recrudee
cence of the apy mania throughout the
German, empire, those auiipeoted bale
English br of English affiliations, being ar
rested and In coma cases ihot Hera la
Berlin two Englishmen of prominence,
attached to the American embassy, have
been taken Into custody, while a third,
who waa lr.ed with falaa papera, haa
disappeared, after being mad a prisoner
and seemingly well-grounded fear ! ex
preesed that ha haa been shot.
Maimed ta Ba twHpnlnl.
He la, or waa. Nathaniel Pike. year
old. a graduate of Cambridge unlveralty.
ml was believed to have been the cor
respondent of the Reuter agency, but the.
military authorities hold ha came here
as a apy.
From admlaslons ha made personaJly to
Ambassador Oerard, he entered this
country front Denmark under falsa pa
pera He represented himself as being
Frank Eggleston, an American news
paper man. and ho wed passports with
this name. He sJso had a birth certifi
cate that showed ths bearer to have been
born In Brooklyn. He said he had lived
In England since childhood as an ex
planation of his marked English accent.
Rights ta Papers.
Under pressure he admitted he had no
night to ths American papers, which he
said he had bought, and confessed he
was English, giving his name aa Pike.
Ha was at once taken secretly to prison
and the announcement waa made that ha
would be shot as a apy. Ambassador
Oerard Interested himself In his behalf,
but cannot obtain any news of Pike's
whereabouts or what happened to him.
The report haa been circulated, although
It lacks confirmation, that ha has been
Arrested at Outbreak of War.
The two Englishmen taken from the
American embassy and lodged In JaJl
Thursday, October 8. were John Herbert
Spottlswood, a member of a wealthy and
well known English family, and James
C. Weston, an English civil engineer,
who had been employed by the Turkish
government In Its navy department Both
were In Oermany at the outbreak of the
war and both were at once arrested, later
being released to the custody of Ambas
sador Oerard, who put them to work In
tha embassy's English department
Bpottlswood Is man of Independent
means. Interested In a sporting way In
aeronautics. He Is a friend of1 Com
mander Porte, who was to have flown
ths Wanamaker biplane across tha At
lantic. Bpottlswood waa recognised by a
German officer as having been In Oer
many last summer In connection with
ths purchase of aeroplanes. That Caused
htm to be regarded with suspicion. Then
came the aeroplane flight over Dussol
dorf, in which bombs were droppej on
a Zeppelin hangar. As It wag known to
but few that a Zeppelin waa at Duaeel
dorf, ths police associated ffpottlawood'a
name with the occurrence. He was ar
rested and not allowed t communicate
Had TarkUh Naval Plans.
Weston's rooms were searched and ba
waa found to have so-called secret plana
of tha Turkish navy. He explained these
by saying that ha was working for the
Turkish government At first this state
ment was accepted, but later, aa Turkey
became mora and mora a possible ally
of Oermany, he waa taken Into custody.
The military police descended upon the
rooma where ha waa working and ar
rested him, at tha asms time seising pa
pera belonging to the American embassy.
The police made an effort to search ths
private of floe, but Roland Harvey, sec
ond secretary of tha embassy, who hap
pened to be there at the time, looked ths
doors and denied tha police admittance
In the name of tha United States.
They did not press ths matter and the
papers taken from tha American embassy
havo been returned with apologies.
Aauerteaa Sargeon Arrested,
Yesterday word reached Berlin that Dr.
Frederick Warren Pearl, American sur
geon, who was a major tn the Spanish
American war, had been arrested at
Btettln. He Is a brother-in-law of Btuart
Duncan of Newport He la accused of
being, a British spy. The ambassador
haa taken atepa to have him released.
Protest is Lodged
Against Seizure of
Cargoes of Copper
WASHINGTON, Oct -Reoreaet
trtee at fear copper companies la New
lark today protested to the mats de
partment that twa Italian steamers, the
Can Qioraa.nl and tha Raglna D' Italia,
carrying- several tons ad Aaaertoaa sapper
ta Itallaa porta, had been detalaed by
the British authorities at Gibraltar.
Ja official laformaUow hag been re-
Friday at JULIUS OEKIN'S
. U10 Doaglaj t
' . veiuee
IIMIW (. Ww
calved of - the detention of the Italian
vessels from American Consul Bprague at
Olbraltar, who- yesterday reported the
selsure of the American steamer Kroon
land, also laden with copper for Naples
and Qreek ports. Before taking official
notice of tha seisure of theaa three ves
sels, Bute department officials will await
full report of the circumstances under
which they are detained.
Aa the Italian vessels bear American
cargoes, evea though conditional contra
band, bound for neutrU ports, the "tate
department will take every measure to
protect the rights of ths American ship
pert It is also understood that British war
ships held up the Norwegian steamer
Prosper lit. from New Tork to Copen
hagen, and took It to a port In North
cord it Is estimated that 130.1)00 will ba
saved thla year by the substitution of
cotton for jute twine, heretofore exclu
List is Fifty-Nine
BOT ALTON, lit.. Oct .-Tbe death
Hat la the mine disaster near here Tues
day la now placed at fifty-nine. A r
checklng of the names today rsvealed
that nine men had not been accounted
for. Two mure bodies were taken out
or me mine today; making the total num
ber of bodies recovered fifty-two.
PURCHASES COTTON TWINE
WASHINGTON. Oct. .-Poetniaster
General Burleson today awarded South
Carolina firm tha contrast for supplying
ths Postofflce department's entire annual
supply of wrapping twins, about IsOO.ftiQ
pound at 11 cants a pound for cotton
(UNCONDITIONAL DELIVERY OF
I PRISONERS ASKED BY ITALY
ROME, Oct. -The Olomala d Italia
declares today "If Kmperor Nlrhotaa will
deliver unconditionally to Its'- the Aus
i trtan of Italian nationality raptured by
ipiiMl.ii trnnna the Ttallan minister tiev
virtually decided to accept the offer made
by his majjsty."
On October 14 ttia Russian ambassa
dor a Rent notified the Italian govern
ment that Emperor Nicholas, desiring to
give Italy further proof of his friend
ship, waa ready to send to Italy all Aus
trian prisoners of Italian nationality
taken by Ruaeian troopa In Gallcla, on
condition that the government did not
return them to Austrt-Hungary. The
prisoners that tha Russian emperor has
proposed to transfer to Italy are said to
number 1.00. and belong to the districts
of Trent, Trieste, Gora, Pol a and Dal
maHa. BRUNO STEIN DER REPORTED
SHOT ASJPY, IS SAFE
CHICAOO. Oct -Bruno Steindel
widely known as a 'cellist, reported shot
as spy In Europe, returned to his home
BRYAN BEGINS HIS IOWA
TOUR AT NORTH M'GREGOR
DBS MOINES, la.. Oct afc-Wllllam J.
Bryan, secretary of elate, began his cam
paign speech-making teur of Iowa early
today at North MoUregor, reaching that
point from LaCrosee. Wis. During ths
day he tad engagements to speak at
Calmer, New Hampton. Oelweln. Water
loo aad Marsballtowa. His principal
speech ka Iowa will ba delivered here
(Continued from Page One.)
to repeat their furious attempts to break
through and reach the coaat of Franca
All dispatches seam to agree thai there
as a temporary lull yesterday In the
flghtlag between Nleuport and Tprea, but
ths reports are far from unanimous aa
to whether this was due to an arm If t Ice
to bury the dead and remove tha wounded,
which covered the field, or whether It was
caused by the exhaustion of the contend
ing forrvs, or the German lack of am
munition. Tha London press hasards all three
guesses, and contends at any rate that
the position of the allies Is aatlsfactory.
The public la warned, however, that the
struggle In this quarter la not yet ovsr,
for the Germans, If they find the northern
route to Dunkirk and Calais Impassable,
may shift to tha south, with Boulogne as
It was at Boulogne that Napoleon
waited In vain for his troops to embark
for England, and the taking of this city
by the Germans would stir the German
people as nothing else could.
British Warships Daay.
Berlin clalma that there has been no re
cent progress In the struggle In Flanders,
and. as If explaining this, says slxtsen
British warships are operating on tha
coast This number never has been con
firmed from British sources, but a dis
patch from Dover .reports that a battle
ship equipped with twelve-Inch guns has
one tn tha assistance of the British
monitors which have been shelling tha
Germans on shore. Other reports speak
of heavy firing In the North sea, as If a
big naval engagement had taken place,
but ths admiralty hers is silent Taken
as whole, the English Interpretation of
the news thla morning was cheerful.
From South Africa came a statement
that General Botha had Inflicted a sharp
defeat upon General Beyers, tha latest re
cruit to ths revolutionary movement in
tha union of South Africa.
In the eastern arena of tha war in
Europe, tha Russians appear to have
driven In the German riant wins, aa a
fortnight ago they shattered the left be
fore Warsaw. In confirmation of this
Is tha German official admission that
their troops, together with the Aus
trian, had retreated in Poland.
British Caart In Moarals.
Beginning today, the Britlsn court goes
into mourning for three weeks for Prince
Maurice of Battenberg, tha first member
of the roysl family to be sacrificed In
tha war. Tha prince was a cousin of
King George and a son of Prince Henry
of Battenberg. Ha held a commission in
the King's Royal Rifle corps, and died
of wounds received In battle. Royal
condolences already have been sent to
his slater, tha queen of Spain, who but
a few days, ago gave birth to a son. The
London papers today devote consider-'
able space to the death of Prince Maur
ice, saying, that although a mere boy,
he was a gallant sportsman. There ire
recurring reports that the Oermans are
constructing aheda on the Belgian coast
for the housing of Zeppelin airships. A
local newspaper Is offering its subscribers
free Insurance against Zeppelins.
There Is no official confirmation of tha
reported German Invasion of Portuguese
Holland is still on edge as regards a
possible violation of Us neutrality.
The first boat load of food for Belgium
under American supervision left London
Gary Says Nation
Winning War Loses
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct 29. If the
European war la maintained with Ita
pre afrit violence for eighteen months the
lose of life will he 4 000.000 end the prop
erty ktea ,W.sn.00, E H. Gary, presi
dent of the American Steel and Iron In
stitute, said today In addressing the an
nual meeting of that organisation.
Mr, Gary admitted the present de
pressed state of the steel trade, but waa
optlmlsllo of ths future.
"Without partlcularlxlng, it would seem
safe to predict that In many Important
respects business conditions In the United
States for the next three months at least
will be better than they have been for
the Inst three months," he declared. "I
do not hesitate to say, with emphasis,
that ths opportunity for success and
progress In this country la greater than
"Paradoxical as It may seem," sdded
Mr. Gary, "the nation whtoh is success
ful In thla wsr will surely lose. - Tho
struggle for commercial supremacy waa
the underlying cause of the war and
many believe that If representatives of
the different nations previously had met
In friendly spirit to settle the financial
Interests Involved, all trouble would have
"Undoubtedly It would be to the best
Interests of all the natlona engaged In
tha present war, and to the world at
large, if the integrity and geographical
lines of each of those nations could be
In the present days of
"make-believe" in connec
tion with the undertaking
business, we are holding firmly
to the motto of "Service, Qual
ity and Economy." Our aim
is to give you the most of real
helpful service, and the best
in funeral furnishings, for the
amount you want to spend.
24th and Dodgt Phoim Doug. 3901
WILMA M'CLOY IS BEST
BABY IN SHENANDOAH
SHENANDOAH, la.. Oct. (Special.)
Wllma McCloy, the 3J-month-oId daugh- j
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James P. McCloy. j
won the honor of being the most perfect
baby In Shenandoah In tha better baby
contest held by Dr. Velura E. Powell of
Red Oak and Dr. Jeanette Throckmorton :
of Chariton, women physicians. In connec- (
tlon with the meeting of the Eighth dls-,
trtct Federation of Women's Clubs. The
child's score wss fit. Mrs. Benjamin
Clark of Red Oak, state, president of the
Federated cluba, addressed the delegates
and visitors last night at a reception. The
convention closed today.
British Steaoser Seised.
BORDEAUX. France. Oct a.(Vla
Paris.) Ths port authorities today seized
the steamer Colonla on suspicion that it
was a German vessel. Tha Colonla ar
rived at Bordeaux flying the British flag,
but when In port a few months sgo It
gave Its nationality aa German. A prize
court will decide whether its transfer
from German to British ownership 'a
Banker Convict the j
Driver for Warden
On Automobile Trips
OSSININQ. N. T.. Oct 2.-T. J. Mo
Cormlck. warden of Blng Blng prtaim.
under suspension, admitted today that
David A. Sullivan, who la serving a sen
tence tor the part he played in wrecking
the Union bank of Brooklyn, had fre
quently been outside of the prison on
automobile rldoa Mr. MeCormlck'a ad
mission waa marto on ths witness stand
before Stephen C. Baldwin of Brooklyn,
Governor Glynn's special commissioner.
MoCormlck testified that Bullivan has
been detailed to drive the automobile
and that this was In line with the policy
of having all work possible done by
MeCorralck testified that Sullivan had
driven him to New Tork artf Tonkers.
and bad been left at times alone In the
"Tha reason I selected Sullivan," Mo
Cormlck said, "wss because ha had the
appearance of a gentleman and I con
sidered It necessary to have such a per
son drtVlng a passenger car."
Further questioning ellcted tha reply
that although Sullivan waa sentenced to
two years' imprisonment at hard labor,
tha hardest work hs had dona had bean
writing shorthand and driving aa auto
mobile. McCormlek testified that so far as he
knew, Sullivan had never transacted any
personal business while absent from
prison on an automobile trip, ,
Bee Want Ads Are Famoua as Result-Getters.
Alderman ti Hasan Aeejaltted. .
DKTROIT. Mich.. Oct. .-Alderman
Thomas K. Gllnnun, former counrllmanlc
leader and one of aaveral Detroit alder
men arrested in a sensational alleged
graft exposure in July, Ulz. waa acquitted
tn recorder's Murt thla AftnrHnnn riltn.
j nan waa the only alderman ta reach trial
and nia acquittal, It la ask!, will end the
eases assfnst the ether officials
Utile reaKresjetleaalUta Meef.
EDGKMONT. 8. D.. Oct l.-48paclaX-VVtth
over 90S delegates aad visitors In
attendance tha twenty-aeventh aanaal
meeting of the Black Hills Association
of Congregational Churches convened la
ths city last evening.
O Yaa Pear Censesaptleet
Dr. King's New Discovery will help
cur your eough ar cold, no matter how
chronlo It la. Try It today. 10a aad H-U
All druggists. Advertisement
are enjejad by those in good health.
Tbe perfect cllgssUos, clear system,
and pure blood vpon wbltib sound
benllii depends, will ba givae you by
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See essahss. la siasa. IS. Sfla,
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1510 Douglas St.
- Indigestion or
A Sick Stomach
Time It! ' Pane's Dispepsln will digest
anything you eat and overcome a sour,
gassy or - out-of-order stomach surely
within five minutes.
Jf your meals don't fit comfortably, or
what you eat lies Ilka a lump of lead In
your stomaoh, or If you have heartburn,
that Is a sign of Indigestion. ,.
Get from your pharmacist a to-cent
case f Pape'fTJlapepatn and take a dose
just as soon as you can. There wilt ba
no sour risings, no belching of undigested
food mixed with acid, no atoms ch gas or
heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling In
the stomach, nausea, debilitating head
aches, dlaslness or Intestinal griping.
This will all go, and, besides, there will
ba no sour food left over In the stomach
to poison your breath with nauseous
Pape's Dlapepsln Is a certain cure for
out-of-order stomachs, because It takes
bold of your food and digests it Just ths
same as If your stomach wasn't there.
Relief In five minutes from all stomach
misery Is waiting for you at any drug
These large tO-cent cases - contain
enough "Papa's Dls pepsin" to keep tbe
in tire family free from stomach disor
ders and. indigestion for many months
It belongs in your homeAdvertisement
BE SURE TO GET
If you want to get rli of ecrsm.
pimples, or other distressing skin erup
tion, you will accept no "substitute" for
Reslnol. Ointments similar tn name or
appearance are NOT "Just tha sama as
Reslnol." Although a FEW unscrupu
lous dealers may offer tham AS ar FOR
Ressnol, they are often crudely made, of
little healing power, and soma may area
ba dangerous to use.- Kvarv dmniit
keeps genuine Reslnol, because doctors
prescribe It regularly; so If you buy In
tha original BLUE package you will ba
safe from substitution. For sample free.
write to Dept 41-R, Reslnol, Baltimore,
There ts nothing that will
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If not properly handled. What
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A boiler filled with scale
Increases your Fuel Bill you
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by using our boiler compound
SAVE YOUR DOLLARS
It will pay you to personally
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Boware of mineral com
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PROTECTION Oil PLEASURE.
A man was almost convinced to buy
a $5,000 policy on his life. He hesitated
because he was also thinking of buying
an automobile. -Ha finally bought the?
auto. This man had a wife and three
email children. He waa a country mer
chant in very moderate circumstances.
He carried no lite Insurance but always
intended to. He almplv kept putting If
ff. There were eo many other places .
for his money.
Home months later thla man lost con
trol of his car and in the accident wuico
resulted, also lost his life. Autos and
life Insurance each have their place, but
the insurance. One protects the family.
ins ouier oniy aaas vo us pleasures.
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nothing but a desire ta eat what you
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It you are bothered with Indigestion,
ask your druggist for about five ounces
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ta a glass af water before breakfast sack
morning aad In a few days yaa will be able
ta digest your food In perfect manner.
Rheumaealta la very Ineapenslve. It
does not causa nausea. It ts delicious ta
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Rbeumasalta Is prepared by tha famous
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