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T!U: KM.: OMAHA. SATIKMA1. MHt,.intlt (, l!u.
CITY OF JAROSLAU
WAR OF FAITHFUL
Russian Troops, Recapture the Place JSheik-uUslam Issue, Decree De
and Take Five Thousand j daring- Duly of Erery Moslem
Prisoners. i to ,Hi Creed.
AUSTRIANS RETREAT ALONG SAN! ARMY UPON INDIAN BORDER
Emperor, f.rstad Make Mrkolti sad
timers! Stuff Attend Rrltaloas
ervlcea After ews of lr
PARIS. Nov. 6. Grand tmke Nicholas,
commander-in-chier of the Russian forces
In the field, lias sent a telegram to Gen
eral Joffre, commander-in-chief of the
French forces, saying the Russians have
gained In East Prussia the" greatest vic
tory since the beginning of the war.
PETROGTIAD, Nov. . (Via Ixjndon.)
Thn Russian have recaptured the Oa
llcian city of Jaroslau and have taken
6.000 Austrian prisoner, according to a
telegram received here from Lemberg.
Jaroslau Is seventeen miles northwest of
the Austrian fortress of Przemrsl.
The AiiHtrlun attempts to cut off the
Russian attackers, the message says,
finally hne broken down and the Aus
trian! are now in retreat along the Pan
An official statement, issued by the
general staff, says:
"The emperor, the Grand Duke Nicho
las, the Russian contmandor-ln-c-lttef, the
Imperial suit and all thf members of
the general tafl attended the religious
services which were celebrated when
iews ! received that the Austrlans
had retreated all along the Galiclan
front." , .
nrltlali Wai"-lp Damaged.
CONSTANTINOPLE.' Nov. .-(Via
F"ila and Iondon.) According to a
Turkish official announcement one of
the I!r!tih warships bombarding tho
lnnl8nelle wm slrui k by a shot from
oiio of the forts and an explosion on
board resulted. A British steamer. It Is'
also stated, has been sunk off Aivali,
Asia Minor, alter the crew and cargo
had been put ashore.
Positively Mantrtfi Croup.
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound cuts
the thick choking mucus, and clears away
the phlegm. The gasping, strangling
f sl ht for breath tsives way to quiet breath
ing and 'peaceful sleep. Harold tJerg,
Mass. Mich., writes: "We give' Foley's
Honey and Tar to our children for croup
nd It always acts quickly." No wonder a
nan In Texas walked 15 miles to the store
to n't a bottle of Foley's Honey and
1T Compound. Every user Is a friend.
WASHINGTON. Nov. . (Special Tel'e-
gram.)-Frank C Perry was appointed
postmaster, Mnrmflild, Spink county.
South Dakota, vice F. I... Freeman.
A. H. Jenson and H. 1. Jackson, both
of Neligh, Neb., have been appointed
surveyors In the land office service.
1 j'- Postof fire; department has sent out an
. advertisement for bids for caxrylns the
Vnlted States mall on' star routes )rr
' Iowa for four years, from July 1. 1915 to
June , 1919. Bids will bo opened on
. . January 19.
' Special Pale Children's Hata, ?, Pat-
rrday. Benson & Thome Co.
Is a Powerful
Influence in Blood
j Work With a Definite Pur.
. pose and Is a Known
There are soras tbiogs In medicine that
are certain and definite. Tbey do the
work. B. B. 8. Is one of these reliable
and Is a known antidote for all blood
. troubles. More than that. It Is harm
!ts. frr It does not hurt the stomach,
does not affect tho bones and Joints, nor
does It alter tbe Integrity of the nerrea
and spine. But It does sweep through
the blood, a powerful, searching, cleans
ing Influence, remarkable for results and
a tremendous relief to those who suffer
th . humiliation of skin eruptions.
Nearly all sIcUnTRTvJs due to sluggish
Mood. And If you let B. 8. P. bathe your
system with Its wonderful. Influence your
, nrrvons troubles, your wnn, weary, faded,
listless, lifelefi body will revlre and be
cofce so reaiwed with the sense of enjoy
able heellh you will scarcely know your
elf. Try H. 8. 8. today. Get a bottle
at any drug store. It will put you on
your feet : keep you golug all day and
enable yon to sleep sound and restful.
H. 8. 8. Is not a "dope," not a phjstc,
but a fine, bracing, purifying medicine
that is sure to do yo'j' a world of good.
It is Just what you need. 8. 8. S. Is
prepared by - Till Swift Specific Co.. BO
Swift Illdg.. Atlanta. and If you are
' troubled with any stubborn blood disease
tbelr medical department will guide yon
nfely t '"tilth. Write them.
iH TeV ! " '
Ameer f Afghaalstaa Paid tn llsvt
JNiree of 1TO.OOO Men, with
1S5 Gaas, Aloag tbe
BERL.IN, Nor. .-(By Wlreless)-A re
port received here from Constantinople
says that the Ameer of Afghanistan has
aent an army of 170,000 men with Mo guns
to the Indian frontier. This news was
given out In official quarters In Benin to
day to the press.
The railroad from Herat to Kushk has
A number of Indian border tribes have
joined the Afghans.
British officials on the border have been
arrested and several of their number have
An advance of Turkish troops In the
Slnal peninsula In the direction of Egypt
Is reported in Berlin from Swltierland.
The Turkish army operating against
Egypt is said to number a quarter of a
million men. This news was given offi
cially to the press in Berlin today.
Proclaims Holy Mar.
According to Information given out In
official quarters today to the press, the
ehetk-ul-lslam, the chief ecclesiastical
dignitary of Mohammedanism In Turkey,
has issued a decree in Constantinople,
saying that in the fighting with Russia.
England and France, tho duty of every
Mussulman la to his faith. This decree
has been spread throughout the Moham
medan world and announced to the pil
grims at Mecca.
News given out officially for the press
today says that the hard fiKhtlng in the
northwest continues, but that il is yet
wlhout result. The -Germans have, how
ever, been able to make slow advances at
several points from Ypres Inland.
C lash ln Poland Expected.
The clash' In Poland which has been
expected for several days past has not
yet developed. One reason is that the
condition of the roads make rapid move
ments Impossible. The cold weather Is
now making come Improvement p this
No exact Inl'oratton as to the position
or the Teutonic allies is available. The
Russians arc undoubtedly 1 In superior
force, a condition the allies are seeking to
overcome by advantages in position.
Farther to the south the Austrlans con
tinued to harass the enemy. No day
passes, according to this information
given out in Berlin, without a 'report of
the capture of a thousand or more pris
oners. The Improvement In the situation on the
western front is ahown by orders to re
open In parts of Alsace schools which
had been closed owing to the danger of
TEACHERS VOTE TO
TAKE THE SCHOOLS
OUT OF POLITICS
(Continued from Page One.)
A solid srstem of treatment that acres
(I Piles, fistula and Rectal Diseases
1 without Mie una of akntfe. Wochlor-
I forsn, other or other f eueral an-
1 aesihetia Bred. No unnecenary de-
:m fpim K.i.n aa An Ah,k!iilai Aura I
rv trim vou aus cvhco
T euro first, then tbe par. TitltBI
fioti-n. It's feir tod ;uare. I iw itlve a i
wrtitea guarantee trial ir.o cjre wji uit
lifetime. Vrtte fur Proa Bo-. aUtca
gives full perflovjiArs.
OX. I, ft. TAKHV, 240 Bmm B.'tf. C:mhS
proper development along the most ad
vanced lines of vocational work.
"Believing that eur rural school 'need
belter trained teachers, and also believ
ing that, rural teachers should be In full
sympathy with rural life, we recommend
that our normal schools establish a spe
cial rural department, which shall reck
to train young men and young women
reared In the, country for such rural
school work, putting emphasis on th
problems peculiar td country life.
To lrTst Crime.
"Believing that crime Is the result f
abnormal conditions and that the peni
tentiary, the Jail, tho reform school and
the pollco court have not secured the
needed correction, therefore we recom
mend for the care of the criminal, sani
tary ho-pltcls, manned by experts In
their several lines places where by scien
tific treatment the tendencies toward
evil may be removed and crime really
"Believing that public education would
be Improved by making provision for tli.;
retirement of teachers Incapacitated by
Illness or length . of service, we recqm
mend that the legislature be requested
to provide a system of state pension laws
Pnrpones of Schools.
Dr. Robert Wenley, head of the philos
ophy department of Michigan, and Prof.
11 V. Coffman'of the University of Illi
nois were the speakers at the final gen
eral session of the association. Trof.
Coffrnan said the threefold purpose of
the public schools Is to "protect, educate
and select." Dr. Wenley spoke from the
subject. "The. Whole Man"
At 2 o'clock the enrollment reached an
even 4,000, an against t.9.0 last year. But
400 teachers who were not actively teach
ing were not enrolled this year, although
they applied. The enrollment la of ac
tual teachers only.
The voting for officers was scattered,
no candidate for the nomination for pres
ident appearing prominently. At least
fifty candidates will be voted on for
president. The five high candidates will
be voted on by nmll when the nomina
tions are announced.
The resolutions committee A. II. Dixon,
II. 11. Halm, H. W. Caldwell and MIks
Clare Muckiu recommended that "dcfl
ullo plans be formed In every school to
get young peop.e to have a pride in plan
ning to anguine this world badt-rshlp for
feace, new thnt the future of civilization
s endangered by the awtul war that In
voUtis the lormer leaders of the world's
future." Firliier. the comlniltee recom
mended: "Anruiicun peoiie must be
trained to recngt.lxe that wealth should
be regarded only as the means to enable
the people to develop art. scl--nce, mualc,
the city beautiful: to forward the spirit
ol social tervRe. of devotion, of courage,
thoroughness tuid efficiency."
The- Omaha Publicity bureau, headed
by t. V. Parrl.h. was congratulated by
the entire association in a resolution
unanimously passed because of the com
plete success of tbe assoi-iation meeting.
Mr. Parrlah was on the Job twenty hourj
a day and slept with one eye open the
rest of the time. He prophesied that (.UK)
would attend the convention, and the
prophecy came true, although' but 4.0V)
enrolled. A large number could not qual
ify to enroll. In lit" own mind Parrish
believed that 10.000 of the 12.WW teachers
of the statu ouht td come, and hoped
M'GOVERN TAKES LEAD FOR
SENATE IN WISCONSIN
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Nov. .-Numer-rits
changes in the returns for I'n to 1
Stales senator toiay shlf'ed the ancin
tage frori lli:stinT. democrat, to McGov
ern, iep :Mican. the latter, according to
the It tost f.g'.ren. now having approxi
mately l.i'jl plurality.
Berg Suits Mc
a. . m '
" of Fall, and Winter Suit's
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
By purchase and combing our clothing stocks of broken sizes of $15.00 and $18.00 Suits
we have ready for "Saturday Selling" your one big chance of the
season all these garments, 350 in all, of fine hand tailor
ed high class suits for young men and older, English and
American models in gray, black and white stripes, Tartan plaids in new colorings, chocks,
blue with self stripe and other fashionable fabrics. All at a price Saturday you never heard
quoted before on garments of such rare quality and style. YOUR CHOICE
OUR DOUGLAS STREET WINDOWS FOR EXAMPLES.
Our up-to-date Hnlnincmuis art;
womlorf.nl values. We linvo
beautiful soft tones of heather
mixtures checks, plahls and
tho popular Xiggerheiul an
rough effects in all the color
Swell, swagger, roomy gar
ments with velvet or self col
lars and wide soft roll laiels ut
up to $25
It's not time yet for the
heavier garments, but just
time for our medium lo-tween-season
pliable, pleasant and com
fortable. Union and two
piece; ribbed and flat weaves
$1, $1.50, $2,
$2.50 and $3
Boys' Suit Sale Saturday
f muiurfN, mnnn
Here Is a real mn-prlae If you attend thlw Special Suit Sale. All broken
linns ami sixes of !' Suits ami Overcoats that sold up In $7. B0. Many
of them with two pairs of panta. In all new styles of Norfolk and double
breast, Scotch and Knjcllsh cheviot, casniiueres, fancy mixtures. Tartan
1'iu-cK?., nfi ipes ana onie sei ge.
Alxo Chinchilla Overcnata in blue, brown and gray.
italiiUH aann In all the new nohhy nilxturea
UL OO AT OKS PKIOB SATVKDAT
Boys' B a and
Caps, 60o up.
Boys' Union Baits,
Flannel Waists, f 1
Talnea, for ?6o.
EOo valu.s, for
A Special If or
Kino Medium mnd Heavy
Weight Cotton Rib Tnlon Suits.
A regular $1.00 quality, for
Arc worn by hundreds
of people in Omaha who
naturally select hats -that
become them and
are dependable in every
We have a hat for every
man particular about
$2, $2.50, $3
Stetsons $3.50 and $5.00
Fall and V inter Caps
at 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
YILLA OFFERS TO
General TeDs Convention He Will
Retire if Necessary to Eli
VTJ1ISTAS GUARD CONVENTION
Klre Thousand Mea Rent at Request
of Members CItII War Prob
ably Depends I pon the.
Action of t.nnsalea.
EL PASO, Tex., 'ov. 6. The Carranza
troops have retired before an advance
of 10.000 Villa soldiers afler fighting
twenty miles south of Agues Callentca,
according to an official Villa report to
day. Oeneral I.eon commanded the Car
ranza fcrces. ,
WASHINGTON. Nov. 6. General Villa
has formally notified the national conven
tion at Agues Calientes of his willingness
to resign command o; his troops and
retire to private life if that Is necesaary
to bring about the elimination of General
The convention, according to official
reports received here today, received
Villa's communication wtih a tumult of
applause. No action was taken on It,
pending the report of a commission
which went to Puebla to notify Carranza
of .the selection of General Gutierrez as
Much Depeuda I pna Cionsales.
Villa's statement Is In answer to the
stipulation of beneral Carranza that with
liis own retirement Villa and Zapata
should be eliminated from miliary au
thority. According to reports from
American Consul Billlman, resistance by
Carranza of the convention's orders will
depend on the attitude f General Publo
Uonxales, communder of tho division of
the east. He la at Queretaro with several
thousand troops and Indications are that
li will remain loyal to Carranza. Car-
ranza's visit to Obrcgon, commander at
the division of the northwest. It Is be
lieved by offh-iuls here, may have an im
portant bearing on tho situation, as
Obregon had declared his loyalty to the
convention and will endeavor to persuade
Carranza not to plunge TJexlco Into an
other civil war.
Five thousand Villa troops were In
vited to Agnus Calientes by the conven
tion to guard the city, according to to
day's dispatches, When General Gonzales
had assumed a threatening attitude at
his headquarters, a bundled tulles south
of Aguas C.Wntes. Thereupon the dele
gates telegraphed Villa to send a force
to defend the city against attack. No
fighting had taken place when today's
report was dispatched, both sides await
ing the outcome of the conferences at
(utirrrea Will Give Guarantee.
Outierrei has Stated to Amerloan
agents tbat as soon as he Is sworn In as
provlhlonal president he will issue the
proclamation giving the guarantees de
sired by the United States before with
drawing Its forces from Vera Cruz. Villa
has agreed to support Gutierrez In en
forcing the proclamation which Carranza
declined to Issue. '
High officials here, however, said today
that such a proclamation would not be
sufficient lo bring about the American
evacuation while the forces of General
Aguilar, who is loyal to Carranza, Is In
command of the fclato of Vera Cruz..
Should Villa send a force to that vicinity
and demonstrate that his troops are able
to back up tlte guarantees, American
troops then might be withdrawn.
Pontiff Writes to
"HOME. Nov. 6. Pope Henedlct. writing
under date of October 25, sent a paternal
letter to the archbishop of Mexico, cora-
I forting lilm and the Mexican episcopal
In their distresalng situation, In yiat they
have been almont all forced into exile.
Tho pontiff encourage! the Mexican
clergy to trust In a better future and
pays that he adds his prayers to theirs
for tho triumph of the church and Justice.
In the meantime he sends them money
for tho aid of such priests as have been
deprived of their possessions, as well as
to succor the congregations driven from
their homes. He regrets that his poverty
does nut permit him to send more.
Iteports received ot the Vatican depict
as disastrous tho present condition of the
Catholic church In Mexico. According to
this Information, prists have been ex
pelled from their dloctsea and exiled to
Vera Cru or to the t'nited Htatea; aaered
Images have been broken and trampled
upon and churches have been used for
barracks, stables and public dancing halls.
Mexican leaders have not refrained from
persecuting the church, according to these
reports to the" Vatican. General Villa
ordered the hanging of Jesuits and Chris
tian Brothers and General Carranza
ordered the confiscation of property of
the clergy. ,
These reports contain a long list of In
dignities to the church, which Include In
sults to the clergy and crlos of "Down
with the pope." .
Mnriaay to Head tireejisboru.
Third Tlaseman Bill . Lindsay of th
New Orleans club of the Southern league
s IlKelv to be appointed manager of tht
Greensboro club of the North Carolina
league. . -
mmiEi um w ladies' ih
at BiMflin raiE satbrbay
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DK. A. C. BANK
Ex-Oovcrnoi' Patterson of Tennessee
Dr. A. C. Banc of Ohio
XL. SPEAK AT Till:
Auditorium, Sunday. Hov. 8, 3 P.M.
(,;v. I'jiUci-M'ii tin- Movt r lMiient TrninrMiii'r H-akrr In America.
- i h;mmy WKi.ro.MK. admission vnt.F..
A ( lutir of I J. Voitr Will Slut;.
Saturday we offer the Ladies a grand opportunity to
save from $8.00 to $10.00 on a suit.
Each year at this time we pick out all the broken lines,
and reduce the. price for quick selling. A small payment
down and then $1.00 a week buys any of these suits.
Entire Stock of Broken Lines
on Sale in 3 Groups Saturday
51 1 -75 -$1 5.75 -SI 9.75
mm, . j
$10, $15 and $20
at $3.50, $12.50, $16
Get a Hat Cheap- Satnrday
Your cbolos Batorday of all broksa
lln.s of Msn'o Ksts. fcoth soft and
tUf f, wortli np to J.60, CI OA
for Batnrdar oaly ........''
UPk se our Unquestioned
Credit Mere Saturday
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