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. TI II :: BEE:: OMAHA, SATTKDAY, NOVEMHER 7. 1014.
WOULD MERGE RAILROADS s J
Sill Received to Provide Operation !
of All by One Board of Trustees.
OOVERKMEKT TO GUARANTEE
Railway Comniiilon RM-cltn Cnpr
of Hrimrp Iatroflncrd la the
Senate t- Srnnlor Jonri
'DONT COUNT THE ENEMY,
BEAT HIM,' SAYS GENERAL
m a a
I i in " Ma'TT Hu ltnug oonrmnaa, rsnssraau
JrrSS32 I JSSTl f Oartar. ha -re ban rxr!V-l .
I iTT-l a . f . "b th VHtula th TO4tny-s'rT
01 uir. ran aun. laniwr aaa aaan Kara premee try tna m
rial to th Router Tategreia otnpajtr
Omahan Cannbt Change froth
of Yn. 1, Snoee Co-
R . tintuir
Vru a treat oatendlng from JLofla te
XwVapA. It XuniiM rajrtarad. part
October a. n R iutuu bvfllotad hoary
Ittssos n the Auairtana, taldag about
- Thla alitiob was raoatvad tonight bin
th Pttrogrea eorrea-ponAea. of lb &x-
aharif TelgTph cnsWKX,
t.swr! ta U supremo
dor. tn Bulgarian antral. Radka Vlra-'
Itrleft, who la leading th Russia army
Investing rraemysl. that tny were trw
able to bold out. owing- to tha overwhelm
ing number fit th eifamy. Ger.rl
rdlgleus imli and has recently fa
turned to his original faith of Moham
medanism, haa baa rofasod pwmlaaton
by tHstriot Judsre A. U Button to lay
fT irTiiiij nimniiia mirii arm
lln mUdtn for a, cltlaan ta ba aXw
(a . Uia . xtru to tran-farrina; from
ChrWtlanltr to MobatnmadMjiam. B
also aaaartad that tha raeorl abowrd that
(From a Ptaff Corrpondnt.)
LINCOLN, Nov. .-Sp--lal.-Chalr-man
Clarke of the utate rallaay cornmla-
olon received this mornlns a copy of a
bill Introduced In the fnlted States adn
ata by Senator Jones of Washington, and
which passed to first and second reading;,
providing; that all steam and elcctrln
railroads under charter In the United
States shall be merged1 and for a period
of twelve years b supervised and op
erated by a board of trustees consisting
of fifteen railroad general managers.
The organisation will be known as the
United Plates Railway company and will
be capitalised for SS.000,000,000. There
will be 80.000, 000,000 e hares of stock ls-
at 1100 each, the government guar
anteeing an annual dividend ot 4 per
cent No one Individual will be allowed
to own more than S.0C0 shares In the
company. Organization of the company
must ba made within ninety days of the
passnre of the bill. The stock will be
The Union Pacific, Northwestern, Bur
lington and Rock Island are mentioned
as roads to furnish members of the board
The report of Warden Fenton of the
atate penitentiary, filed with the gov
ernor for the month ot October, shows
that there has been a gain of one In the
population of the penitentiary for that
month, the report showing as follows:
Number October 1 .' S60
Received by committment 15
Raturned from paiule j
J'aroled , is
Number left November 1...' S61
Salt Over Policy.
Harry B. Ward has appealed to the
' supreme court from a Judgment secured
In the Doug-las county court by Mary R,
Ward, lntervenor In a suit brousht hv
Harry B. Ward, who, as llalntiff, sued
Tor the payment of an Insurance rmlirv
of 12,000 held by Nevada O. Ward in the
Banker, Life Insurance company. Tho
. policy hid been changed, making Harry
tR. Ward the beneficiary instead of Mary
E. Ward, wife of the holder of the policy.
The court gave Mrs. Ward a Judgment
The Lincoln Telephone, and Telegraph
ompany has asked for perml-sion to
change lta Bennett exchange from a
abounded--circuit to the metallo circuit
and also for the installation ot the fol
Independent business t2.50 per month
Two-party business 2.00 per month
Independent residence ISO per month
Two-party residence 1.25 per month
Ten-party farm LEO per month
The company states that a petition
' was clroulated among the subscribers of
the exchange and the following result
, Pftr phinM anil - tarn nn Jt
. Not opposed, but did not care to sign. Ill
Opposed to both raxea and. change to
metallic service jj
blSTRICT RELIEF CORPS
MEETS IN PLATTSMOUTH
PLATTSMOUtH;; Neb., Nor. -,-Spe-dal.)
The district convention of the Wo
man's Relief Corps was largely attended
and highly enjoyed by the large number
present The program for the entertain
ment eonalsted of readings by Mrs. A. J.
Beeson and Miss Ellen Windham, and
piano numbers by Mrs. W. O. Egenberger
and a vocal selection by Mrs. E. H. Wes
cott The following officers were elected:
President. Miss Ada Heinle. Hooper; sen
ior vice president, Mrs. A ma Wright,
Fremont; Junior vice president, Mrs. Jen-
! Ste Dodge, Plattsmouth; secretary, Mrs.
Kate Remington. Omaha; conductor, Mrs.
' Seulah Davis, Omaha; assistant, Mrs.
iDora Michaels. Tekamah; . guide, Mrs.
McOulre, Tekamah; assistant, Mrs. c
atty, Omaha; patriot to Instructor, . Mrs.
ILIlllan Eddy, Omaha; press correspond
nt, Mrs. Carrie Beans. Lyons; musician,
Mrs. Edna Noble, Blair. The next con-
rventlon will be held In Omaha.
I E . 3 f
-U eight ri&nar a
Artillery U Txre)
Sold Oapl Jed
mmMmr - Ill
.MAN COMMITS SUICIDE
IN JAIL AT VALENTINE
VALENTINE, Neb., Nov, . . (Special
Telegram.) Tuesday Isaac " Pierce, a
homesteader, who was placed In Jail
.waiting an examination for sanity, com
mitted suicide some time Thursday night
by hanging himself by some wire he had
taken off the steam pipes. He lived in
the south part of the county, where he
and his family took a homestead about
five years ago. He had been acting
queerly for some time, and as a safe
guard was placed under restraint
Several E kli(rarl tad Foist ot
feiejch Jtta(!as vuLTxnf
In Other f JotloiV ijTo Cha. 8j
t All TKaarere
ipg eatHo tjttio lntermlsaio
tor attaf U rf Jnd,'fcr tlWlai; ft
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axar j Jf"' " rwadeiuArUrt bSU
. "(Jut ttnflib tho ron of Kia3l
tbe4n$l;jctet yontlnu. Htsnl
"In Y Ma,"r inVioriWt our troop,
Invr rWikie? ato(al blocxhoncas
aad t3 ita of IfBlbrt.
i'. "Tpl ':M wfliweet'of vVonm th4
P!K WtMK. 1 wltoat gUCCaaTai
t o pai j of tho waateru wax
tnomU, od li tao aasern aitei
aitaaUf i ft ni lansod."
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ragtaa or Ktettpert e
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sb taoopa and aa tha
1 of. JOMtma and ale
pamm at te tftb
'PBTRO55UD, . lV?t ,'.-aeDra T !
Marye, J! 6rf Trmjeamjo. tha iwwH
apaomteal ajnbaa 'for -of tha UfdtsMl
baasy. , iiomp)
Mary wEi by
waanae tfer iparty
Palace ay I
HaVi Vor Mtwto.. and
i f tocsin? Xaataj
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Truth in' Merchandising
and Truth in Advertising !
. That'8 Our Policy
A generation ago the slogan of good salesmanship was "Let the buyer beware.1' The sales
man, most efficient In "cheati " was acknowledged the best salesman. But today, how different.
The merchant who serves best, most conscientiously and with the least display of sensationalism
is considered the better Business Man and his store the better store.
THIS STORE, IS THE STORE FOR THE MAN WHO
SEEKS DEPENDABLE, WORTHY CLOTHING-anJ here's why
Our policy of "Truth in Merchandising" prohibits practices such as "Special pur
chases of job lots," VExniuinors rejections," "Cancellations," "Seconds," "Misfits"
and otherwise imperfect garments, and offering them to you and your friends as relia
ble Clothes under the guise of so-called specials prices and fictitious Sale excuses,
(lentlemen, such merchandise and such tactics have no place in any of the departments
of the store where you are sure to Here's a store worthy of your fullest confi
dence and we're striving every day to makeit even Inore deserving.
J . .
Whatever Your Clothes Needs or Price Might Chance to Be This Is the One
Store Where You Are Sure to &0ffm&
ET SUIT, OVERCOAT or BALMACAAN 2
RSethe.r.Yo.u: $10, $15, $20 gve$40 - $50
You can come here with a feeling of confidence that your style idea and pr'ce idea will
meet in the best value garments the clothing world affords Every business day we're con
vincing more and more men of this fact Comparison will help us to convince ou-atul con-
vincingyou means helping you in all matters pertaining to good style economy and satis
faction in things to wear. , ;
Commencing Saturday, $6, $6.50 and $7.50
SUITS, OVERCOATS and MACK1NAWS
The Highest Type Boys' Clothes Featured by This Store, Goes in Sale
The Suits The Overcoats The Mackinaws
Serges, tweeds, worsteds,
corduroya, Norfolke and double
breasted styles sizes 2 V. to
17 years. Immense showing.
Balmacaan, convertible col
lar, and Norfolk overcoat, all
desirable fabrics, colorings,
and sizes from 2Vi to 17 years.
A great assortment involved,
Dozen of smart attractive pat
terns. Several good styles.
Sizes up to 17 years.
How About a
The old one la
looking a bit out of
gear. Slip In to
morrow,, and we'll
replace It. Mighty
1G tb at HOWARD Iffl
To Our '
Tha affort to plant
and not f ha affort to aall
is what trantform
thoppart in'.o bayara.
ILiar. l,ll".HIII.I Ml IIU.
i Belgian On iORen
i naairia.iw m iinw"i" ,.-.iihmh p annr J
ii" ii ii - ini 1 ii 1
Korfolk Womaa Ask Divorce.
MADISON, Neb.. Nov. 6.-Spectal.)
Mrs. Lena Mullenberg of Norfolk has
commenced action - for divorce against
her husband. Oust A. Mullenbera. who is
, a brakeman oa the Omaha railroad be-
Uween Sioux City and Norfolk. They
rere married at Sioux City in July, 191L
Ira. Mullenbers; charges In her petition
bandonment and non-aupport. She ssks
lor cusuray 01 ner iuu Doy, temporary
and permanent alimony and absolute Ml
Kotea frosn Tryoa.
TRTON. Neb., Nov. . (Special.) The
4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. If.
Shlmmln of the UunweU neighborhood
was kicked in the stomach by a coit yes
terday evening- and Instantly .killed.
Two prominent ranchmen of the Bird-
wood country indulged In a fistic bout
A set or
Quick lYlsal Range
Sold Thla Weak Only
gay. , rtatftyht m.yTYesa mWUbtng Cff-Vjis- m the", awAagy coitarxtly ttractina
JT1 wo carry inside of
A aa. A sa A 4V, I aW. 1 aV- P a. Ml YTf""""'-
vpt mi MoT o.
11 Xliiliil IV UK)
. i in.
sswaaaC aad Oaoorai. VUla, eaanawMar
oc tha 4MHo of Uim aorta, war ettnv
Inatsd from paawe fry a aeta aAootad'
l.lnls iliafcamaaWaaawai i .11 .
yesterday, and as a result William Chess- J
more has a , blaos; eye and was in the
city yesterday for the purpose of having
Attorney W. E. Flynu and son William
arrested. He charges young Flynn with
killing his dog. and also that the father
ba put under bonds to keep the ponce.
J J. Morris of Ringgold waa in the
city yesterday exhibiting some of the
finest ffterita, mllo maize, kafllr corn,
cane and field. corn thst waa ever seen
in this or any other , state.
W. . jar.htim of the Chandler coun
try was exhibiting some excellent b.-oom-corn
In Tryou. yesterday.
being elaborately redecorated and refur
niFhed. and when completed will coin
pare with any Jnthe state. ;
John Dunlgan whtleiohoppin wood yes
terday ampuatated . a part ,of his left
hand. . ' " " ' f . ' '
' Gae C'oaaty.
' Obt. 6, (Special.)
Call for Aeroplaao Can.
GENEVA, Nov. . (bpeclal.) Tha two
one-pounder .cannon, which were loaned
to. Wilson Qrand Army of the Republic
post two years ago and have stood In front
of the court house during that time, have
been ordered shipped back to the navy
yard at WaahlnKlbn to be used as anti
aeroplane guns; they will be replaced by
two other cannon. .
Notes " f row- Reward.
SEWARD, Neb., Nov. 6. peMS,l.)
A petition is . being circulated here by
Seward women fur. the relief of the Bel
gians. W. T. MlkUleson , has purchased the
Diamond -bakery from Roberts.
IkJG" Girford has ; resigned lie eighth
grade of the Sewartj schools and Arthur
Miller of Lincoln bas been emplojtd in
that grade. '
'Theodore Plus, ' a former Seward man.
who for thH" lat few years hss been
engaged in the banking bualnea at bh e ri
de n. VYyo., 'H'ss elected state senator at
the late election.
The Seward Coinmerclircluh rooms are
District (oait I
DbA A , , . "I
Th Knvumbpr term of the district Court
convened hre , Thursday. At the tequest
of the county attorney tie iun giunii
"Deacon" Burroufehs. charged with steal
ing a watch . In 1M2, was dismissed.
Attorney Fulton Jack was appointed byi
the court to assist .the county , stlorney !
. ... ..,uh'nl Onlnl,. UnlmM Wfl
in firwBWui'uii vf .i'k ......--
lioimes ana.rranK .iwciuj, uiwttu.iniu
unlawful aaseiublage. Tho men are 'ac
cused of aasaultlng'a party of Beatrice
high school students st;. Wymote last
nrlna. ". , ' . .
The application of the reMtraliilng order
of Robert and; Annie Ki'd against the
city to prevent It from changing the grade I
In front of their home M dliiril&sed. -
Final naturalisation iaj efs were g, a itel
to eight applicants by -Judge, Pcmberton.
Hi Plaaed lader Aato fr Hoar.
BEATRICE, Neb..' Oct. . eJal.)
George S. BurKer 'of rie' Witt came near
loalng his life Tuesday night when.' hi
touring car .turned .over on hlin lie
waa pinned undor tha machine for about
an hour before saalstance arrived, but he
escaped with llght injuries. - .
Want to Xnk.vt Innpl . -.'
Most everyone has nopie thing o snap.
The Swappers' Colujji is the popular
method o getting in touch with people
who can make a good trade with you.
Try it and see for' yourself.. t
BOTH BANKS OF
. . (Continued from, Psge One.)
,ottus, none of which has been drawn for
service elsewhere In the war.
t Ilaaata Iavadea Arweala.
Russia is reported successfully to have
invaded Armenia, with four army corps
giuT the Turkish forces In that district
are said today to ba much weaker than
they have been for some weeks. Russian
troops are reported aa already well
across the Turkish border and the fight
ing is proceeding along a battle front
estimated from 100 to 140 miles.
' Berlin reports little activity along the
Rdsslan border, and Indications are not
lacking that the German force, having;
reached aelected positions along the river
Warthe, are prepared to check the on
rush .of the Russian armies. Vienna ad
mits that the Russians have crossed the
tlver San. but the Austrian armies facing
the Russian left wing evidently are still
intact and In a position to maintain a
England's warfare against Turkey is
till naval and Is likely to so remain
until Turkey. Invades Egypt. Such a
move, the allies hope, will prove the
ftm.1 straw to Induce Italy to embark its
'fortunes with Great Britain and Russia,
for tha reason that such an Invasion
would be a direct menace to Italy's newly
won African possessions.
- Frsnce now has formally declared war
on Turkey, and Its advent may mean In
creased activity on the part of tha allied
War oa Ncseonisatsatii
War on non-combatants among the
alien . enemies In the countries of the
varlpus belligerents has reached such an
acute stage that both sides hsve vir
tually asked the diplomatic Intervention
of the United States.
The police In the British Isles have
lessened their activity In rounding up
alien enemies, because the military
authorities are unable to supply quarters
tor their Internment, but the sensational
newspapers continue . demanding that
every German and Austrian In the coun
try. Including those recently naturalised,
The Germsn press Is equally keen In
demanding retaliation, and both sides
are making charges of 111 treatment of
prisoners. It is In connection with this
phase of the controversy that the United
States haa been requested to make In
vestigations. Kngland, still without official news of
the naval battle In the south Pacific, is
consoling itself with the hope that tho
German reports of this engagement may
prove exaggerated for the reason that
the British diplomatic representatives In
Chile cable that no evidence of the battle
In the form of wreckage haa been washed
KAISER TO REWARD IN
CASH FOR TAKING GUNS
LONDON. Nov. .-A Reuter Telegram
company dispatch from Amsterdam says:
"A telegram fruin Berlin announces
that the emperor In a calJnet order, has
promised a reward of 7,600 marks (about
I1.&&) for each machine gun captured.
Japs and British Give
Out TsingTsau Losses
TOKIO, Nov. a Complete casualty lists
containing the names of the killed and
wounded to date in the operations at
Eslng Tau are that the British had
two killed and - eight wounded, their
wounded Including two majors, and that
the Japanese had 100 killed and ITS
The official communication Issued by
tha government today states that tha
bombardment of Tslng Tau continues. It
also says that . areoplsnes are dropping I
bombs and circulars Into the besieged
port. The circulars warn the inhabitants
not to participate in the military opera
tions in any way.
The Japanese general staff explains
that the assault on the main positions
around Tslr.g Tau, tha litis, Bismarck
and Mallke forts must be deferred until
after the rapture of the five forts south
of the llalpo river, where, behind strong
defenses, the Gorman artillery and In
fantry are making a determined stand.
These five foits are 1,400 feet from the
Will be held at the German Evan gel lea
church, Nineteenth and Davonport
street, at 3:30 p. m. Saturday,, with in
terment at Forest Lawn cemetery.
Mrs. Beraard Wlehman.
YORK, Neb., Nov. . (Special.) Mrs
Bernard Wlehman died at the countr)
home three miles south of this" city yes terday
morning. She had been a resident
of York county more than thirty years.
Special Sale Children's Hats, 35c, 8t
Lrday. Benson e Thorn Co.
Mrs. Carol I aa La a a.
Mrs. Carolina Lang, aged 73 years, 1501
Kmitgue street, died at her residence
after being ill for some time. Surviving
her are three sons, one daughter, ten
grandsons, one great-grandson amt four
great-granddaughters. Funeral servicus
Two Stores Burned
in Strike District
FORT SMITH, Ark.. Nov.'. t Reports
were received her today that two stores
were burned early today at Hartford,
about three miles south of the Prairie
Creek mining district. The origin of the
fire waa unknown, It was stated.
Get Rid of Humors
and Avoid Sickness
Humors In the blood 'cause Internal
derangements that affect the wtiola
system, as well as pimples, boils and
other eruptions, and are responsible 'for
th readiness with which many 'people
contract disease. .
Fur forty years Hood's, SarsajSarlll
has been mor successful than any other
medicine In expelling ' humors and re
moving their inward and outward ef
fects. Oct Hood's. No other- lue.llci,,
acta like It. Advertisement . .
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