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The Store for Shirtwaists
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RUSSIAN LINE IN
BACK 50 MILES
(Continued from Pate One.)
Its eyes front th. conflict today to pay
a laet trlbut. to Its cr.at.at and b.t
leved soldier. Field Msratial Lord Hob
frti. whose body, in th preeenee uf
Klnt Ooorve and all th. military leaders
not at th front, was placed at rat be
aide Wellington, Nelson and others eel-
EGZEfilA OVER HANDS
Could Not Sleep for Itching and
Burning. Pimples Red and Watery,
Skin and Scalp Dry and Scaly. Cu
ticura Soap and Ointment Healed.
111 Dovctae 81. Omaha. Nab. "My
trouble ba from a bad fores of acseme
all ever my beads, neek and arms. 1 oould
St BO etmp for the lanfc
laa and buraiac. Tbe
small ptmptae looked red
end watery aad my atda
and scalp becaias dry and
ttcnina;. The pimples trrt
Uted m ao the I would
ecresca until they bled.
' I esuld not pas aay hand
ha WIS aad V ! oaves Irked It they burned ao
thee I eauld not stand II. I bad So he-r.
my kaads tied Bp aad glome en aa the Mme
for aeasiy two anon the, taaaetinses I would
' aerate the skin off It trrltatad ae aod I
could de ao work at all.
" I tried all kinds of remedies but aotb
laff did aay good. My trouble bad lasted
fur abree peera. tbea I saw m the newspaper
about CuUcvre tonp sad Oiataaent aod sot
some. I wmebad my beads to warm water
aad Cuttewe aoap, teen put ta Cutioure
Ointment oa aad I was completely healed la
five er ate weeks. They he v. aut troubled
UHcaad) Joe I" hi. Jam. l. ltle,
brated In th country's history In Kt
. Itaeetaaa Neerlaaj Cracow.
PETROGKAD. Nov. Jl.-tVla Londoa)
Th. German advance In conaldereble
force along- the narrow battle front on
the west bank ct the rlv.r Vlatula U
retarded by Russian military observers
aa a feint at the city of Warsaw, the In
tention of which la to draw Russian
troop, from their advance, upon Cracow
end distract attention from .the efforts f
th Germans to eatabllen a strongly for
ttfled defensive line from Kalisa to
Thla plan also Is calculated by ths mili
tary authorities to relieve the Oerman
troop In East Prussia now giving way
along ths entire line by rendering; a fur
ther Russian advance untenable. Deaptlv
this German demonstration, the converg
ing lines of the Russian advance on the
Austrian fortreae of Cracow are steadily
progressing, the Russians say, having
now reached within twenty-five mile ,.f
Ths Austrtens are stubbornly cont.it
Ins the Russian offensive and are tak
tng advantage of every creek and hil
lock In any way available for detenu.
but the Russian columns In Pouth Polanl
already have traversed th. last rlv.r be
tween them and th fortress of Cracow
Ths Russian troops from two fronts,
one facing Cracow and the other facing
tha Carpathian mountains, yesterday re
occupied th approaches to two of ths
moet Important paeaea Into Hungary.
i KARLSRUHE TAKES
German Cruiser Used KoreJ Scheme
to Ban Up Total ot Merchant'
men Frizes of Enemy.
PASSENGERS TELL THE STORY
Tbeif from the Captorcd BrltUh
blf Yaw Dyrk Relate- Their .
Experiences t'poa Arrival
la New Tark.
NEW YortK..Nov. 19 -How th Oe
msn rruincr. 'Karlsruhe, nts Its traps fbr
verbis flying ths fle of nstlons at war
with Germany, was told today by , pas
sengers of the British merchantman, Van
Dyrk, raptured by the Karlsruhe while
on a voyewe from Buenos -yrea to Now
York. Theee. psasengrrs arrived hTe
tnAny on the ateamahtp, Kan Taulo, from
From Captain Hans Frltsch, a member
of the arman naval reserve, command
ing the stesmer Asuncion, to which those
aboard the Von Dyrk were transfsrred
after the Van Dyck has been chased and
raptured by the Karlsruhe on October is,
the passengers obtained their Information.
Captain Frttech ssld that the Karlsruhe
was constsntly enoompanled by four cap
tured merchant vcasels, manned by prise
crews. The flotilla, when there was ran
son to beJIeve a merchantman was near,
spread out evsr a line about 1V miles
long. When a vessel flying the enemy's
flag was sirhted by one ot the ships, ths
wireless notified the cruiser, and toe
Karlsruhe, with Its superior speed, would
dash In and rapture the prise.
Captured (eveateea Prises.
Captain Frllsch said that the Karlsruhe
had captured seventeen ah I pa In or near
equatorial Atlantla waters.
iJanlel Llado of New Terk, ee spokes
man for tha passengers, told the following
story of the rapture of the Van Iyckt
"The Van Dyck left Buenos Ay res en
October 16 with 19S passengers and a
crew of 210. The British cruiser Bristol
convoyed the ship between Rio Janeiro
and Bahla. Just before eur arrival at
Bahla the Bristol left us.
About 11 o'clock on the morning of Oc
tober K. after we left Bahla, two columns
of smoke were seen over the horlsoa. In
half an hour more we saw a gray war
vessel coming In our direction at great
speed. Moon we found out that the war
ship was tha Karlsruhs and that the Van
Dyck was a prise ef war. In the wake of
the cruiser there came the ateamahlp
Farn, which wa learned later was a cap
"A longboat tilled with officers and men
put eft from tha cruiser. Aa It came along
side we saw that that all the men were
armed with rifles and revolvers. The of
ficers came aboard and after Injecting
the ahlp'a paper. Informed us that we
would be transferred to another vessel
and taken Into some port.
Three Other Shlpe Came t'a.
"in tha meantime three other vessels
had come up. They were the Rio Negro,
the Asuncion and the lndra.nl. The first
two used to be vessels ot the Hamburg
American line; the indranl was cap
tured vessel. At o'clock the nest morn
ing the passengers, bsggage and bedding
were tranaferred to the Asuncion.
"The Asuncion with 611 pasaengers
aboard patrolled north and south ever a
path sixty miles long for six days to
prevent news vt th capture of the Van
Dyck from becoming known. The Karla
rhue was 'watching for the stsamer
Vestrl, which was bound south and re
ported to be nearby.
"Captain Frttach told us that the
Asuncion steamed without "clearance
papera from Bantoa August S, With a full
supply of coal and provisions. It Joined
the Karlsruhe at a small Island off the
coast of Houth America. The coal aad
provlslona were tranaferred to the cruaer,
which waa badly In need of them.
"Ths Asuncion has been in touch with
the cruiser ever since. He also said that
In taking the Van Dyck the Germans
believed they had sealed their fate. They
felt that the British navy would make
extraordinary efforte to deetroy the
Karlsruhe after tbe Van Dyck's capture
should become known. .
"Captain Krltsch.sald that the Karl,
ruhe had captured the following vessels:
August 31, Maple Branch: September X.
fttrathroy; .September H, Highland Hope;
September 17. indranl; (September a,
Maria, a Dutch vessel with contraband
ot war aboard, ! and the Rio Icyanlai
September t2, Cornish City: October 1
Marie re Larrlnaga and the Meitadei
October , Farn; October T, Lyoronna;
October S. Cervantes; October t. Pruth;
October It. Condor; October IS, Glanton;
October S3. Hurpdale, and October M,
BARR FOUND NOT GUILTY
OF MURDER OF BUNKER
PLATTBMOrTH. Neb., Nov. l.Spe.
clal Teligram.) The verdict ot the Jury
In the case of the State against George
Barr, charged with killing Abraham
Manny Bunker, stepaon of W. J. O'Brien,
superintendent f the state fisheries at
South Bend, June It. was not guilty.
Samples Fr by MU
Outiour aoap aad Oistaaeat de as south
for pear ouuipieikms. red. rough beads. a4
dry, Uua and failing heir, aad cost so Utile,
that M Is else ertmlaal ao to use them.
AJtboucb Cuetcura aoap 3Ac ) and Cutl
cure Otntmeat taos.) ar sold by dniggtsla
very her, a temple of each with 32-p.
Alua Hook will be seat free upoa raquert.
Address: "Cutlcura, Dept. T. ttuetua."
HARTINGTON. N.b.. Nov. lS.-pe.
rll.)-,Lou Roderick Markensle ef
Berkeley. Cel.. am Mlsa Anna Amundaen
ot thla city, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
A. Amundeen. were united In marriage
oa Wednesday at Holy Trinity church.
MUe Blanche Suing- ef Spokane. Wash.,
acted as artdeamald aad a brother ot ths
groom as groomsman. A wedding break
fast was servei at the home of the bride's
parents, after which th bridal couple
left for an extended trip. They will
make their future home In Berkeley.
The groom la a leading buslneaa man ot
California and the bride has beea promi
nent In the eoclal and iiiu.iral clrvles of
this city for a number of years.
He declsred on the sfsnd that ejammot.s
had looked up the addreaeee ef two mm,
supposedly with the Intention of Investi
gating thslr possible coenextlon with the
case. One of these men, fiwsn said, wne
t'lysses Brown, son of the postmsster.
who had eonfeeed to rifling letters two
years before, while a certler. The other
was a substitute carrier named Harper.
Swan testified that Walter Pammone had
suggested that the shoes of young Prnwn
end. Harper he watched, to tee If they
fitted the footprints fonnd In the-snow
efter the robbery.
Ta Rely wa Alibi. .
A Isrge part of th. morning sssin
wss taken up by questions ef the pro.ic-u-tlon
concerning the arrsnffemont of the
Interior of th Kearney postoffli.-e. It
appears . that Uis . government's case
against Fsmmons will reit largely tipna
Smith's confreelon. which alleges thnf
Hamfnons actually committed tha robber
after Bmlth had loaned him the keys to
the postofffce and ssfe.
kMost of the ether testimony for. the
prosecution .'seems . to, establleh. . the
genuineness of fSmtth'e story. A number
of other witnesses sre still to be called
by Vnlted Watea District Attorney F. H,
Howell, it la understood that the de.
fens will be an alibi. Including Sam
mons' own story, and those ot his wife
'aid: "When vou are fighting the devil,
shoot him with anything."
Burdctte died with the conviction that
there nut only Juxt as murh fun In
th world today ae ever, but "a great
deal raare iMM-aime," ae be said.- ' there
are more rtplo In It. and pipln are the
funniest thins on this side of ths s;ravo."
HUMORIST, IS DEAD
(Continued from Iaga One.)
HINTS OF SCANDAL -
(Continued from Page One.)
waa in the aame XU and mad. a almilar
Ilelda nawahter aa Lap.
While his S-year-old daughter. Ignorant
that her father waa feeing a poastble
prison sentence, climbed Into S amnions'
lap. Clark McClure, a clerk In the post
office. teaUfled that Cammona had ad
vised against using bloodhounds to hunt
McClure wss the principal wltseea
amlned by th proeecutlon In the morn
ing. In answer to queattons tie said:
"After the robbery Walter Sammons
accompanied hla brother Logan, a dep
uty L'nlted etat.s marshal. In aa exami
nation of tha premises. Later X asked
Walter If thsy had got any bloodhounds.
He advised us not te gat them, saying
that tbe snow wss toe deep aad the scent
McClure told ot having sorted over the
registered mall with Delbert Bmlth. The
latter was a governmeat wltaeas who was
Indicted ss an accomplice aad eonfeesed
his psrt, impllrsttng Fammona. McClure
said that he and Bmlth placed the regis
tered parcels In the poatofflce safe and
that Smith lingered In the vault two or
three minutes after McClure had come
Trie ta Implicate McClare.
The next morning, after the robbery
was discovered, the accused man and hie
brother appeared and ataxted to lnvsstl
gste. The same day. In the evening, the
conversation about the bloodhounds oc
curred. McClure testified. The latter de
clared that Walter Bamraona had recently
denied having- vr tried to Implicate Me
Clure In the robbery or put It oa hint.
The witness said that Assistant Poet
meater Lambert of Kearney had told htm
amnions hsd triad to put the crime oa
Ilobart Swan, auother clerk In the
Kearney poataffk. when it waa robbed
lt CkiUtiuas, teettded concerning Wsl
tsr Hammooa' actions after th robbery,
Kven Keokuk spplaud.d. The whole
United r'tstes later did the same. He
became a sort of Intlnerant preacher.
At ex, ten years ago, Mr. Burdette was
called to the permanent paetorate of the
Templo Raptlst church of I.os Anseles.
Although Burdette's original hams waa
In Oreetisbore, Pa., where he was born
In 1St4, the latter part of his life was
spent In California. At r-ttnnyrrest. Pasa
dena, he had a spacious house with hroal
verandas. Ills first wife had died after
fifteen year of encouragement to htm,
during which she had traveled all over
the country with him. In 1S5 he married
Mrs. Clara B, Baker of Pasadena.
Ia.taae af Hla Homer.
A fugitive Instance of Burdette's rollick
ing humor, wss a letter home to his
flock In Los Angsles during his first
trip to Europe. He dater the letter from
"some distance) out In the damp," and
said. In part:
"The soenery aton this route, although
somewhat monotonous, is splendidly Ir
rigated. But It seems too early tpr the
growing crops, - Nothing, haa .come up
yet, except-on shipboard, and that has
gone overbear). The route Is not nearly
so populous as the Santa Fe? trail over
the deaert. We have Just two kinds of
days the dsys we see a ship aad tho
dsys w don't.
Th veteran humorist found fun In
everything. While he was forced to
abandon It (n the pulpit largely because
of the reputation he had made tor fun
making, he agree with Henry Ward
Beecher that a Joke In the pulpit waa
not at all out of place. It was, as Beecher
NOT YET EXPLAINED
(Continued from Tsse One )
such moneagcs aa ere received come by
roiinrtahont routes shout fle dsys late.
May Aak I ae llrltlah Wlreleaa.
If there Is continued delay H' Is prob
ably (hat the Ajncriran government will
ak the British admiralty for the courtesy
of .Its wlrcloss In the Mediterrsnesn to
reach the American vhips. ,
The president and hie celiint are as
suming thnt tire shot fired st-tlio Amer
ican laimrh were merely a friendly warn
ing giving the rtietomary notice that th
port was mined and cloned. Even If the
shots were fired with tioetlle Interest, tho
Wsshlngton government, believes the Ot
toman government woulr render npolosy
promptly for iiaauthorlstd nuts of- usb
In official circles nlther the Incident nor
Its resulta Is rcgardeoT ss serious, for the
United 8ta(es has no qusrrel with Tur
key. The American government is c.r.ng
for Turkish Internets In France and Great
Britain, and there haa been every evi
dence of friendliness In the relations be
tween Washington snd Constantinople.
In the absene of definite Information,
tho president Is anxious to have the inci
dent cleared up and la awaiting with,
much Interest the arrival of messages
explaining In detail JuM what occurred.
When tonight's conference ended, both
Secretary aDnlels and Mr. Ijtnsing said
no further Inqulrloa had been dire-ted to
the American cruisers or the American
ambassador at Constanlnople, the talk
being largely a detailed review of prevl--Kniie
irjjiieS eu,t UJSA03 slrsss4Ul n0
tlon In Turkey and Asia Minor.
ARE INTHE TOILS
Three Who Erceived Part of Re
ward for Capturing lane Cut
off Bandits Under Arrest.
Bee Want Ada Produce Results.
ARE BETRAYED BY EOME LOOT
Property Takes from Pool Hall Hid
den la Old I alow Pacific Re. aril t
Cache at Brown rark
flehoel at Sooth Omaha.
Using the old Union Pseifie cache In
Brown Park for the loot taken from
Frank Potsch's pool hsll st Twenty
first and Q streets, flouth Omaha Wednes
day night, the robbers who broke into
Totach's plnce una Into the Mares' drug
store at Nineteenth and s streets, be
trayed themselves by dropping port of
the stolen "stuff ss they made their way
from the scene of the crime to the hiding
Tho police arrested four suspects. In
cluding Mike Verliek, John Kudir.s,
James sftd Joseph Belek. The la st three
received part of the reward fof discover
ing the cache of the bandits who rc-bhed
the Union Pacific train at I.ane cut-off
some years aso.
James Hnzuka furnished the police
with the' flfs. eliie'thls morning when he
found some f the tobacco taken last
night. Th stutf led to Brown Park
school, which pave evidence of having
been forced. Idtter the trail led the
police to the cs. he In the bank nesr the
School house and there a quantity of
tobsceo. perfttme end other artioles found.
Captains of Police Carey, Rhohan and
Zalnudck arrested the quartette on sus
picion that they were engaged bi the
i HEARTS TREATED FREE
! Sr. franklin Miles, the Oreat peetallet,
ends a Jlsw aad Sa.maTk.ble Treat
ai.at, free, a a Trial.
Hart disease is iiiineerous. hundred?
. dr.p (Mod could have lieen saved,
j Many have hern urd elier doctorj fnil
j rd. To prove ihp remarkable efficacy of
his new flpeclHl rct.iorinl Treatment for
! I.eait .lisase. short brent I), pnln In side,
! shruldei- or arm, oppression. Irregular
piilen, pslpltat n. smothering, puffing of
I ankles or drops v. also n.'ive stomach end
rheum-ifc symptoms, r Miles will send
t.) sf (lif ted persons a So Pree Treat
ment; l"ai as- usuallv soon relieved
These treatments are th result of
yeiirs- extensive research and remarkable
success In treatlna various allmnts of
the he.rt, liver and stomach, whl.-h often
complicate each use.
B.ad for SUmarkable Cures la Tour Stats.
So wonderful me the results that ho
wishes every sick p-rson to test this fam
ous tre-jlment nt his rsrsMtse. Afflicted
craoqa thoi.hl uvnll themselves of thi!
liberal offer, ns thry irmy never have
such an opiwirtunllv again. Liclnys are
OiinBrotir. No dcHth comes more sud
denly t.iat thiit fmiti heart disease.
Hend at one fr his new lkok and Free
Trlitl TrcHtment. Iiemrttie vour disease.
Address lr. lTn';lln Miles, fv-pt. HK
7'3 to 715 Main et., Elkhnrt, Ind.
Elliott tlrwda Jfw llayen.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9.-llord Klllott
waa elected president of the New York.
New Haven Hartford Itallroad com
pany at a meeting of the toad's directors
held today. A. p. May waa elected treas
urer and A. K. Clark secretary.
AX ACVIDKXTAIj dkath
0;i April l.l, 114, TI1K M1DWKKT LIFK
lsud an Annuul Pavment policy for
the face amount 0( Sl.) tu Oriti W. Fin
ley of Payard. Nehriiska. flis iiollcv con
tnlned i prnlsion that In case of death
resultlti from an accident wltliln ninety
di aftr i-fceir.ni; the inturv the com.
panv (.),lii pay r.uuhle the f-tce of tle
policy. Mr. rinley paid onlv one prem
ium ntnonntlrg to 1:2. M of which $2.00 wss
for the accidental death benefit.
On October 10, mi. young Kinlev tHk
his shotgun about dusk, saving lie wes
polna out to shoot an owl. Instead he
accidentally shot hlmelf In going through
a barb wire fence. . lr, Kdgar T Flnley.
father of the dece-ised, was the benefic
l"iy. fly reason of the accidental death
benrrit in this policy, the father received
J.'.ifO InstcHtl of 11,00.
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Headaches, Colds, Sour Stomach
Cascarets make you feet bully; they poison from- the bowels. A Csscarrt ti;
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rich a without needless adornment. Fabrics,
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coloring oredominstt ia effects that are novel.
Artut bare designed tbese luxurious cars,
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terms. Not a faulty outline nor a wroag pra
portioa anywhere disturbs tba perfect balance. -Tbe
whole Impression ia one of eicclleacc,
refinement, good tastea charming setting .
far a lovely woman.
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