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Smart New Suits
Man Tailored v
Fine fabrics, of the
best quality and
style; tailored b y
experts, so as to fit
perfectly w i t h a
care to the proper
finishing of all de
tails. Every step es
sential in v produc
ing a fashionable
garment is assured
by our organiza
tion. Particulars D res s
The Newest of
Important for the
reason that so many
of the new gowns
are made of Roman
Stripes in combina
tion with plain lab
rics. These latest
arrivals are sub
d u e d Ro man
Stripes in rich col
orings of navy, new
green and beauti
They will be on dis
play tomorrow in
the Silk Section.
BY THE ADSTRIAMS
8ix Diriiioni of Senritn Army At
tacked and Driven Back After
Three Dayi' Battle.
MANY PRISONERS ARE TAKEN
After llerole Defease the SerrUae
Arr. Meported te Be Hereatl
la tje Dlrertloa nf lav
ltr ( Vallero.
eunrideme of houses when struck by
Every evening about 5 o'clock the shell
ing of the city begin, and th people of
the poorer quartern spend that portion
of the day In the open (told on the tide
of the city away from the German posi
tions. At other time of the dajr the
people seem to (O about their 'bunlneee
a though nothing eitraordlnary iras occurring.
lONDON. Nov. ID. An official Aus
trian communication. Issued Monday and
telegraphed from Vienna, via Amster
dam, to Heulers Telegraph company, In
dicates that the Austrian now are fight
ing In 8?rvla well over their own border.
The communication read:
'Our operatlona In tho southern war
theater are progronslng favorably. While
our advance on the line from Shabate to
Lesnltzti wna obstinately resisted at a
strongly fortified point at the foot of a
hill, a three daya" battle on the line from
Lexnltsa to Kroupanl ended In success.
'The forces of the fferrlans consisted
altogether of six divisions. Their troops
after a heroic defense, now are retreat
ing toward Vallevo.
"Our troops yestorday arrived at Les-
nltsa, cant of the heights of Pokoleka
and Planlna. southeast of Kroupanl.
Numerous prisoners and war material
(Continued from Page One.)
Retreat of Germans
Continues in Belgium
LONDOU, Nov. NX The movement of
retreat of the German army In Belgium
continues, according to a telegram re
ceived by the Exchange Telegraph com
pany from Ite Rotterdam correspondent.
Thirty-five thousand men and 100 guns
have left Thielt In the direction of Ghent
and forty-eight wagon loais of munitions
have left Bruges for the same destination.
Reports Are Conflicting,' but Bitter
Stnifjlei Are" Certainly 1 in
Progress All Alongv
Russians' IN; eAsi Tprussia
Slavs Maklag Raids Aloag .Border
Cerasaas Letting Tp la' Reign.
Iwrkses ef Ostesid BrJ.
law Getting FaodV t
Wisconsin, rpiinsylvanla. New York an4
Michigan. The order aluo directs railways
to disinfect cars from those states.
Xhlnpx !orr Realise Saath Omaha,
la Beat Proteetrd Market.
With "safety first" as the motto the
local live stock interests are holding
down the runs rather than take any
obancea of bringing Into Nebraska the
food and mouth disease. But even at
that the best lamb and sheep yearling
market for November In the history of
the yards waa reported. Lambs sold at
W.30 and yearling at 18.00. The sheep
market taken a a whole was active to
strong, with 10,000 head received
Hogs were steady, with 4,900 head on
sale, the bulk running from 40 to 89
cents, while the top price waa quoted at
Cattle was slow, but steady, with only
4, WO head In. This, however, will Im
prove with tht end of the week, once
the farmers realise that South Omaha Is
LONDON', Uov. lfli-Th fog which dur
Ing the last feir daya ha hampered mili
tary operatlona along the Alsne seems to
have blotted out also, so far as the re
ceipt of news . hi concerned, tha entire
one of continental fighting. Tho direc
tion n which Gorman reinforcements are: the eat protected market In the country
being moved, whether to Ihe east or to. tn) tna Urgent doing business now that
the west, continues to ba a prolific aource the f:hl ago yards are closed and the
of discussion mh.ch Is not likely to bo Kansas City yards partially destroyed,
settled until the full extent of the Rub- h was said at tha local market that no
elan operation, along the German border other market In the country want taking
The phenomenal apoed of the Russian
advance exctes the-wonder and 'admira
tion of British observers, some of whom
believe that the whole operation must be
4 gigantic cavalry raid, as they are aure
. EMDEN DESTROYED
(Continued from Page One.)
No Word from the
Steamer New Jersey
NOME, 'Alaakk. Nov. 10 -Fear Is felt
here for the safety of the schooner New
Jersey, which left Nome three week
ago for Point Hope, In the Arctic ocean.
midway between Nome and Point Bar
row, and haa not been seen nor heard of
since. It Is possible that the schoon--r
drifted out to sea and waa frosen In the
Arctic Ice, which Is beginning to move
southward through Bering strait.
a battery, which In most casee Is hidden
by branches of treea.
In the central part of the battle line.
not far from Rhelme a French battery
was well hidden and despite a close'
earch of the German aeroplanes, tta
position remained undiscovered for set
era I days. Then German shells began to
drop around It and ahortly afterward the
major In command found that white linen
bad been hung out right behind his posi
tion, ostensibly to dry, but in reality It,
was placed there by a German spy toj
indicate to German airmen the location;
of the French guna. I
A supposedly unconcerned washwoman j
waa caught and was found to be a Ocr-j
man officer. He suffered the usual fate,
of spies. I
The city of Rhelms still suffers consld-
erably from bombardment by the Ger
mans. Laat r naay zoo sneua ieu imo we
city, though no French troops were sta
tioned there. The ancient and beautiful
cathedral, into which entry la strictly
forbidden, seems, observers of the bom
bard meet aay. to be a point of the Ger
man gunners aim. All the buildings
around the edifice have suffered terribly,
while the cathedral itselt presents a
Uncle Sam Decides
to Build Six Giant
Destroyers for Navy
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10-Bldi for the
construction of sis giant destroyers the
largest ever designed for the American
navy were submitted for opening today
at the Navy department Military char
acteristics not embodied In destroyers of
the previous class have been planned for
the new vessels and by Increasing their
displacement they will be enabled to
carry four additional torpedo tunes and
two anti-balloon guna. When the new
vessels are completed there will be sixty
eight destroyers In the navy. The de
stroyers were authorised by the last con
gress and their limit of cost, exclusive of
armament la 193.000 each. They will have
a displacement of 1.1W tona and speed of
twenty-nine and one-half knots.
The added displacement will be made
possible by Increasing the draft one and
one-half Inches, which will be nine feet
five and three-quarters Inches.. They
will measure US feet S Inches over all
with an extreme breadth of twenty-nine
feet ten Inches.
The new destroyers will be 'equipped
with four four-inch rapid firing guns;
four S.fx21 Inrh triple torpedo and two
one-pounder automatic anti-balloon guns.
Threatens to Stop
Distribution of Food
LONDON, "Nov. 10. A proclamation Is
sued by the Germans at Brussels spe-
riflcally threatens, according to a dis
patch to Renter's Telegram company
from Amsterdam, to stop the distribution
of food by the American relief eommltteo
among the unemployed until the Bel
gians go to work.
If Hood's Is Used
The' genuine old reliable Hood's Sarsa
parllla corrects the acid condition of the
blood and builds up the whole system.
It ' drives out rheumat'sm because It
cleanses the blood thoroughly. It has
been successfully used for forty years.
For rheumatism, stomach and kidney
troubles, general debility and all Ills
arising from Impure blood. Hood's has
no equal. Get It from your nearest drug
gist today. Advertisement.
li;:"u'""''"1'-11JI'i'1' ""- l'""i .i,'.; j.,';,.,,. .1 ufg ,mifcllk Sfii'iriMAiilii'H i.M.rnt'lj.
such precautions aga'nst foot and mouth
disease as the Omaha market. This ap-
Vcared especially from the delay In ask
ing Washington to raise the quarantine
on western Iowa as was determined yes
terday. "We have delayed making for
mal req iet 'to raise the quarantine on
western Iowa for a day or two longer,'
said Acting Secretary W. B. Tagg, fit
la better, to lie ssfe thon sorry." . '
The state vcterlnar'an of South Da
kota quarantined the state against all
Incoming stuff yesterday morning.
into the Bay of Bengal five days later,
had sent two more British vessels to the
bottom. Within three day It had sunk
four vessels there. It was accompanied
by the Hamburg-America steamer Mar
komannle as a collier. The Markoman
nla was sunk October Id oft Sumatra by
a British cruiser.
Leaving the Bay of Bengal the Emden
sank three British steamers In the In
dian ocean September 14. September J2
It appeared off Madras and shelled the
city, extinguishing Its lights and disap
pearing when the forts replied. Then It
renewed Its activity In the vicinity of
Rangoon, where more British vessels
felt prey to It. Again It disappeared and
was not heard front until It turned up
at I'enang. ,
One Store Shlsi Castred.
The captain of the steamer Parom put
Into Byney, N. B. W., ysaterday and re
ported that after the success of the Km
den at renang, it was overtaken by a
British cruiser, but being a faster ship,
was able to escape. Two store ships ac
companying It 'were left behind nd tho
British cruiser eapturei one and sank
The Emden was a sister ship of the
cruiser Dresden, which participated In
the naval battle off the coast of Chile,
November 1, when the British squadron,
under command of Rear - Admiral Hlr
Christopher Cradock, was defeated.
Tha Emden had a complement 'of Ml
men. Its srmament consisted of ten 4.1-
Inch guns, eight five pounders anj four j
macnin guns, it two was equipped with
How Seram Blamed.- two submerged 17.7-lnrh torpedo tubes.
Hog . scrum Injected. Into hogs afalnit 1 The cruiser displaced t.SOO tons. It waa
eholesa Is held to be the Yfhjcle, J. the j 187 feet long and ihad a beam of 'forty
foot and mouth disease in ' new, locality one and oae-thlrd feet It was laid down
In Illinois, according to word received at Tat Dantslg and completed In May, 1908.
the ..yards. When the d' scats made Its! . , ,
appearance In the new' locality In Illinois
The Rule at Rheims
tnat tile Russian Infantry 'and artillery
could never move so-fast a th' repm-ta
reaching Lone on indicate over the Inade
quate roads of Russiun I'oUnd. , t - '
Tetrograd leporta lively. lighting in the
Caucats, while fiom both V onna and
Nlsh have come dispatches setting forth
the resumption of activities along tha
Danube liver and the Drina liver. Both
sides claim successes here, but neither
Indicates any declslyo lesul't.
' Tatrole Rater tlstend.
In western Belgium patrols of the al
lies ere reported to have tenet rated Into , appearance. In the new'looallty In Illinois T1 ff 1 Q V rtl 1 J
tse teglon of Oslond. This report, If .the government Is, said to ;hava found IV Q U ClOOK PU611intT
- . ..i.i imj,.,.i. tH.t ifttA n.rminl ' .-that? no-1IVe Stork hull bn ' shln'rMf In I' ' V
Cwrren, wnuiu , i , i . m i no, vw .....- , - - - ...
have abandoned all attempt to proceed within the period of Incubation. Further
along the coast grid teday are comien- lu'iutiy ' showed that serum from the
ki- .i.us nn Yores' which is jQilcngp stock yards had been used. It U
aa'.d to have been -so devastated by ar- ; assorted. Kxem'natlon of the suspectedj FAniS. Nov. H. No Trench military
tll'ery fire tht tlv City has been de- la io nov oeveinpea mo ; siaiion ie anywnere near nntmi ana
serted by Its lvlllun population. Paris I H'earneo.or the germ of foot and,thera are ho artllWSry batteries Within
claim that the allies Have 1 maintained .' disease. Immediately the govern-1 miles of the city. The military governor
their position bctweeft -the L.y and , - - " , - nv,..- tinii uuignun
Ijingemarch. at the .urns time making ; dro'J o"""tlty valued, that any ons ascending to the towers for
.nMhi. between the latter " r0 0 . any purpose whatever will be shot Im
mediately, a -he doe not desire to give
the Germans any excuse for training
their guns on the building.
On the old fort around Rheims, now
In French hand, nobody can show him
self without drawing an Immediate gun
fire from the German position. Oerman
aeroplane fly about constantly and an
exciting aerial chess Is a dally occur
rence. German airmen make frequent trip
over Rheims, where they drop bombs In
appreciable progress between the latter
place and Dlxlnuae. ' ','
In South Africa Oeneran Christian de
Wet ha gained a small success over
detachment of government troop, while
hi colleague. General1 Beyers, h Buf
fered a reverse. "V -
The Berlin official' reaorta claim an
important victory 'over the Russians in (
V.' a a. ' , rutA. mleahll
. DEATH RECORD
Mrs. Kllaabetk gpeaeer,
- Mrs.-Kllsa.beth fijjehcer, aged to yeara
formerly f Omaha, who died at Mullen,
Neb., last Friday, has been burled In
John Behm last bight and Mrs. Louis
Abrams lste this afternoon.
Be reader ar too intelligent to over
look the opportunities In th "want ad"
columns. They're worth while reading.
latlon, which Is understood to have lost
about 700 In . It number killed alone
from tha effect of the Oerman bom
bardment. Borne live were lost by per
son being suffocated as the result of the
Forest Uvs cemetery. Deceased was a
East Fruasta, who ' have been pushed pioneer of Nebraska and came her in
back over the border by General von . 1..
Morgan after a atutiborn aed sanguinary Tw Pioneer Worn e a Die,
battle on the field, where much Important . gTURGIi . D.. Nov. m flicli t.i.
flighting took place n the early month of I gram.) Two clone- women of ftturrl. ' the chief commercial section of th city,
th war. Berlin I in the dark with iw j within twenty-four hours apart. Mra tnrotf adding considerably to the num
gard to th recent activity on th rlver jonn B,hm last night and Mrs. Louis i0' ot resualtiee among fh olvll popu-
Wartha. but' adm't that the situation
there and In Ualel. has become so Im
portent that syee must be. turned ' from'
the western batl line to tbs cast. t I
Mew. position ttmportant. . ' '
Military critics In Hor:in uec.lura ,that
the capture of a new pos tion in the) A
gonne Is of great Imports nee In the at
tempt to Isolate Verdun, but that mur'h
work rcmalus to be don Icture Die strung
French line can be ald to have been
broken at any point The Oerman report
toxpresaes satisfaction with the progress
being made around Vpres.
The food situation ' BfclgiupS i irnprov
lug. The American commission having
this work In hand- now has its supplies
under way to remote sections of the
country and the German authorities have
announced lite r wtllluness to avast In
feeding the starving population in Brus-
The House of Menagh's
Annual November v
Coats, Suits and Dresses
We have been preparing six weeks for
this great annual November event and now
when tha announcement is made you should
, bo ready to attend the greatest Bale of high
grade garments that has ever been at
tempted by this house.
Hundreds ot garments' have been selec-
4mA ffm ihla la RlvAfv nnA Im Af th m licilol
House of Menagh quality. Scores of the gar- V,
.AMt WA-A vnaAm lall ev.m ttK t I3K . W
A great many were made to sell tor as much
as $46. Not a single garment Is worth less
than 20. This is really a Mid-Season
clearance, so coma early.
TMPQTHTQ Made with long and
iULi JUllJ short coats, skirts made
in i flare, pleated and tunic models. Every
color and nearly all the materials that have
proven good this season will be found in
tnis saie. . tour cnoico . pi r firi
Wednesday morning at.
TUC miTC White
. . . . SILK OABAD CX)ATS
FASHIONABLE! TROTTING CX5ATS
. . SILK GABALINE COATS .
Nearly every kind of a coat that was oftereu
in . this regular Une worth to 125, (jjl g
your choice Wednesday morning. . ,. vlw
EVENING DKES8ES FANCY DRESSES
Made from Serge, Broadcloths, Crepes, Sa
tins. Cb.arme.use, and also yelvet combina
tions. These Dresses are worth as much as
ItO.OO. Your choice Wednesday
All Silk Jersey Underskirts, g rr
special at 31 eOi7
Silk Waist Special 100 Waists. qq
values to (5, Wednesday only PCl70
The . House of Menagh
The Store for Gentlewomen."
IMS FARNAM STREET.
A Great Sale of Fine
At Remarkably Low Prices
Just in time for Thanksgiving needs we offer these
wonderful values in dining tables, chairs, buffets and
ehlina closets. Prices that will certainly see a good
many new dining room pieces in Omaha homes this
Every price reduction is genuine every dollar
off the price is an actual dollar saved.
The big sale starts Wednesday morning.
Dining Tables as
Low as $9.75, $12.75,
$14.50, $16.00, etc
Yon will be agreeably sur
prised to see what fine val
ues these are the prices
are low but the values are
big fumed and golden oik
best of finish and construction.
$33.00 Fumed Tables, 6 ft 48-in. top for only $25.00
$32.00 Fumed Tables, 8 ft. 48-in. top for only $22.75
$41.00 Fumed Tables, 8 ft. 48-in. top for only $32.50
$23.00 -Fumed Tables, 6 ft. 44-in. top for only $17.50
$40.00 Fumed Tables, 6 ft. 48-in. top for only $29.75
$42.50 Fumed Tables, 6 ft. 48-in. top for only $31.00
$24.00 Fumed Tables, 6 ft. 48-in. top for only $10.75
Solid oak tops, plank tops,, etc., all included. Hun-. Pi
"J.l. : .11. . - U
ureas 01 oiner patterns 10 select irom at prices as low
ana lower - .
t .JI III SIM., irt fl sl'tp i
Bc Went All Are .the Dost business
FLEIRER ON WAY .
TO STUDY PLAGUE
(Continued from Pace One
Tim ojiiy htlB uuJej uiillun now Is
Ulseiseipi'l, where a rtranc mslady In
, herd ot cstu6 st.Coino is bclog liti
Moat SertoBS ot All.
Department official raid today they
had teen unatle to account for the pecu
liar vlruleney of the disease la the pres
ent outbreak, the most ser.ou In the
country' history. Another thins that U
puxxllnf th experts is tha fart that a
larger proportion of swtna have been at
fectfcd than In prertou epidemics.
It explained t,(ti dtPartment that
while Dr. tl:non Klcxner of the Rocke-
fUr Inst tute wti expectod to so Into
the lnfctrd region to study the disease
he oul(J act In a. private capacity and
not In connection 'Uh the fovernment
Iludsv litiri Order.
TOPKKA. Kan.. Nov. 1C aovernor
llodcs U.J1 a proc'Uuoutloti today fur-
UJdii! all transportation compan'es from
hipping cattle, hogs or Mcp to Kansas,
except for JininedUiie elachler, from the
state ot lihnuis, loa, InuUna. Ohio,
29tli and :
MORE MILES PER GALLON
' WB CEOWN
The two things go together both show a
.high-grade gasoline. Gasoline that is all
gas explodes more readily in a cold cylinder,
ft drives the car farther for each gallon
Red Grown is a straight distilled refinery product
always uniform the essence of heat and power.
Ask for Red Crown at any garage or supply store.
It costs no more than the ordinory kind.
VouTl find your car runs best with POLUUNEp the
standard oil for all motors.
Standard Oil Company
Complete Dining Sets in Period
Designs at Moderate Prices.
Adam, Charles II; William and Mary, suites that
are so popular now are shown on our main and fourth
floors. The prices are not high-'-the workmanship,
design and finish are astonishingly fine. Every detail
carefully worked out. We want you to see these dec
orative suites it won't" cost much to furnish your din
ing room in the best of taste and at moderate cost.
Beaton & Laier Co.
415-417 South 16th St.
ADVERTisrjra is thk
- tnnTERSAli LANGUAGE
SPOKEN EVEKlf WHERE DT
BUYERS AND SEIXERS.
fiipp Theater. D. 8559
- IStk aad Karaey.
Vers S7. Voa7, Tomorrow. jrT. ll-LS
Mary riekfor 1b tbs toM VUy ef
Theatrical Ufe, his tke Boease,"
a rrra vast noovcnoi
oomva BATZO HXOOIsTa u zxs
So as las
-ABTAsicsu v ADuarrt.x.B.
Ttlle Mttl kill. NUH. M. rnraH. rial
Kit im. Aum O.oili.r, u'BrUa. Him A c-.
Hon niu xt.u., mru eaa bimt Hut.
It km: M.Udm. nll.ry les IMM Swt (-
cp4 ttemniay as Suoaat, IU; MihiL t, H
UyV Steals, lS-SS-AO-t.
m uftLjcnv Dual ftnncB .
Fiuseraia vuinn, Kans ureen. Dam
Mlchala, Bobby Haxrlnston and a Big
Cast. Screaming satire an Alexander
Blaaoo' "Madaiu X" entitled "Madam
Xcuh Mi" It's true burlesque.
Z.AXIS OIM1 SCAT. WKICX BAT.
A WABD sad tUCT OAI.T. '
BTDaUCAX OOKBDT, with Oorreoosly.
ttewaed Amerlcaa Beaaty Chora.
a. xoi rrs, aso, soo, tso, i.
"V"" Thursiay, NOV. 12
RElLO'itlEl ini Nit M1ISTBELS
iU 1ST TXZS BXABOH.
ar'daT4 NO. 1 3-1 4
MAT K0B5CH "
Mat, tic fit Birfcta SSc to S1.B0.
T-l-lit, Ustlaaea. Tei, Tha, Bat.
TsTB WOOBWABO aTOCX COstBAtTT
t Cm. BL Cokaa-s Comedy,
Bast. WJ& yTa OoUare Widow."
&1MUU1V HUHIi l'C 1)1 'UB1.P, i'l l-niy ipiJHiiuii ii
Toulg-ht, All Week; Mais, lu, TSars,
Sat. ST A ZuAsia, C tig KUiVAB
asd associate playess im-
rrlMt tss ans Ha
Wik el km. IS "Th Tjrykooa."
Turpin's Dancing Academy 18th and Farnan Sts
Brteate Xaseas Bail. Aasemkly Beat atarAay Breads.
rmrny to Imtun.
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