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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1914)
THE W;E: OMAHA, SATURDAY, KOVEM HER 21. 1H14.
THQMPSQN.'BELOEN . S GO.
A Wonderful Suit Season
Never before have women been able to express
their individuality so well. The suit styles are
trim and varied :
You will enjoy our offerings for
$24.50, $29,50 and $35.00
No Extra Charge for Alterations.
V V 1 c-krcelien
...Beauty Combined Willi Servtoa...
The best hosiery made for
wear, comfort' and economy.
Lisle Uoso . ...... ,, .25c
Silk Lisle, in light or medium
weight, very ' fine Cotton.
3 pairs for ......... .$1.00
Silk Hose with the Way-New
Foot $1.00 and $1.50
THE STORE FOR
Has just received several new
styles of crepe do chine blous
es in the popular flesh -oIor,
Wool Powder Puffs, special,
fit ...5c, 10c, 15c
Ivory Manicure Sets (file, cut
icle knife) .'.20c
25c Sachet Powder. . . . i . 10c
THE FUR SHOP
Has comploto showing of fine
iets and coats. The pony coa's
for $27.50, $30.00 HkI
$32.50 arc etyxa values.
OF NECKWEAR AT
Vestees made of fine organ
die or net. Organdie Sets.
Roll collars made of net or
organdie. Lace Sets. ,
. Marabout Scarfs and Muffs.
Women's Wool Vests, higli
neck, long sleeves, pants to
match, ankle length, $1.00
Women's, Wool Union Suits,
low neck, no sleeves', or high
neck, long sleeves... $1.75
Women's Wool Tights, . .
at'.. $1.00, $150
Italian Silk Vests, white and
pink $1.75 and up
WE HAVE JUST
RECEIVED OUR FALL
IMPORT ORDER OF
truly the "Quality Gloves" la every
detail of style, fit, workmanship and
last but not leant, la the skins which
though firm- are well known for
their life and elasticity.
We are aole agents for these goods
In Omaha. .
"Best Made In Fraoce."
"Best Sold In America."
SWITCHES v ;
24-inch Beautiful Wavy Switches,
28-Inch Beautiful Wavy Switches.
Transformation for all-around of
Beautiful Wavy Hair. ... -84.67
Three-fourths transformations of
Beautirul Wavy Hatr -82.77
A large Beautiful Wavy Hair Psyche,
All-around human hair roll, 24
Largest size real human hair net,
We carry the Urgent and most
complete line of Hnman Hair Dolls'
Wtgs In the city. All sicca and
Attempt ' of the ' Allies . o) Capture
. Combre, Southeast of Vtrdun,
; ' ; ProTei Failure.
SITUATION iy';EAST TOCHANGED.
t'laktlas Arnl Lads ni l Best
f Cswastocaewe U Wlt-oat De.
clsto Reselaae Tap tire
1'aeweeg.led Fart. ,'
BttRLIN. Nov., -(By Wireless U
London The Uorraan troops have re
pulsed a French attack In tha neighbor
hood ef Verdun In Prsnca, arid'' tha Rus
sian ivtreat In northwestern Poland con
tinues, according to' an official communi
cation issued today by tha Qerman gen
eral army headquarter -,
Tha text ot the official 'Statement
"In . West Flanders end' In North
France no appreciable chance In the sit
uation has taken place.
"Heavy rains, and snows, which - first
aoakel and then partly frose the (round,
have made our movements very difficult
A rrrach attack at Combre. to the south
east of Verdun, was repulsed."
"The situation on the East Prussian
frontier remains unchanged. East of tha
plain ef the Masurian taxes the Russians
captured' an unoccupied fort. In which
were some old obaolete cannon. The re
treat of tha enemy through Llpno and
Neawaml continues. Our attack has mads
progreaa to the south of Plock. " x
"No decision yet has been reachei 'In
the fighting around Lods and to the cast
of Csenstochowa.' .
(Continued from Page One.)
WAKHINOTON. Nov. SO. (Special Tel-
kiu- it a. Jwtliey i appointed
rursi leutr carrier at LHjrciieir, it.
W I I ll.rrln. ,.f I,... fl. I.
V. J) Johnson of Tabor and V. 1. Stuart
or Hanoi oil la.. nave been appointed
tnlii.n In connection with the valuation
of rallroada by the Interstate Commerce
Mexican Dog Weighs but a Pound
for home defense ejid th other for (or
rlga service. ''! ..
With regard to the suggestions that
Lord Kitchener's army of recruits should
be treated unlike the professional sol
diers, M(, Tennditf; remarked: , ,
"The Chief characteristic of Lord Kitch
ener Is not sentiment,' nor even pertusstve
eloquence. ' These advocates of differen
tlal 'treatment would make .him change
his decision In a matter on which hs
Will Interne Eaeiay's Meaty.
The attorney general, Sir John A. Simon,
Introduced la the House of Commons sn
Interesting amendment to the act cover
ing trading with the enemy, lie said his
aim was to stop the .transmission Of
money or credits which would be advan
tageous to the enemy. Everybody hold.
Ing property In trust, such as 'dividends.
profits, etc., belonging to enemies of the
empires In Germany. Austria and Turkey
would henceforth bs required, under pen
alty, to psy theee profits to, a public trus
tee. The attorney general explained that
Indiscriminate . confiscation was not In
tended. "We are preserving the enemy's
property until the end of the war.- he
said: "what wlU happen to It at the "end
of the war can very properly be decided
Prahlblt. Expert at Tea.
Great Britain today prohibited tha ex
portation of tea to all continental ports
except those of the countries of the allies
and of Spain and Portugal This prohibi
tion is due to Indications that Uerraany la
receiving large supplies ef tea through
the Netherlands, ; , i ,
PIONEER OR DAKOTAS '""
" - ' IS DEAD IN DULUTH
duluth. Main.. Nov. JO.-Merlon
Douglas, 6 years old, a resident ot Du
lutb since IMS. a pioneer ef the Iskotas
and one ef the well known lawyers of
Minnesota, Is deed at bis home here, after
an Illness of more than a year, at harden
ing of the arterlea lis wss born In Maine
"Follow the BEATON Path"
For Saturday Bargains
60c Milkweed Cream... 20t
50e Cunthrox ........ .Uc
tic Rlcktecker 'a 3kln 8 o a p.
tOc Pebbeco 30?
1.00 Pinaud'a Hair Tonic,
fiOe Beaton's cold Cream
tor ...... . .
ZSe Esnltol Face Cream
75c Pornpetan Massage Cream
2Se Nature's Remedy ...14
75c Focket Books. (
25e BoUles Woodbury's Hair Tonic.
No airings Free for the
$ 100 Scott 'a Emulsion, 64V
69c Kondon'a Catarrh Jelly
or m 20?
60e Hsy'g Hair Health, 206
lit, Hay'a Hair Soap ...
60c Pape'a Diapepain.
11.00 Sal Hepatic....
60o Bromo Seluer . .
BEATON DRUG GO.
15th and Farnam
Two very - valuable dogs worth their
weight ' lit silver, fit - not , In gold and no
bigger than a ntfnute bave arrived from
(he province ( of Chihuahua. . Mexico, for
Arthur p., Braodela.. The dogs were pur
chaaed In Mexico for Mr. Brsndels hy a
friend.- One of them weighs less than a
pound and the other tips the scale at a
Mr. Brandels will arrive in Omaha from
New. Yerk today. He will take the
dogs . with him to New Tork.
Consul Sillman Reports to Secretary
- Bryan that tht Troops Are
MOVE RECORDS TO ORIZABA
Villa'. Treon ald to Be ear the
tlr Railroad Service ke
rth and Kaet le la.
WASHINQTON. Nov. JO.-Amerlcsn
Consul Sllllnian in a dlepntch filed in
Mexico City st o'clock last night re
ports that Oencra.1 Obregon's troops were
entraining for Orltaba and moving the
offices of the government with them.
Consul fillilman added t;:st the city was
In a stste of decided unreat. He did not
indicate whether the Obregon troops were
evacustlng ths city to leave It undefended)
vnure n iroope approacning irom me
north, or whether his forces were to be
replaced with other Carransa troops mov
ing down from Queretaro under Uenerst
Oonsalea, one of Carrsnss's chief sup.
Mr. Hillimmn added that railroad com
munication northward and also between
the capital and Vera C'rui wss Inter
rupted. Previous reports have left it to be
understood that-, a, sufficient garrison
would remain, In the capital to maintain
Order fend -prevent entrance of the Za
pata forces until Villa's forces, were In
the Immediate vicinity and ready to
enter, when the Carransa troops would
Acting Secretary .Lansing conferred with
Acting Secretary Ereckenrldge of the
War department and - Brigadier General
Scott, chief of staff, over details of the
evacuation of Vera Crus, It was decided
that the customs collected during the
period of occupstlon, supposed to be sg
gregate more than 11,000,000, would be
brought away by Major General Funston.
to be held in this oountry for delivery to
the government which Is finally recog
Foreign . Minister Fabela telegraphed .
the Carransa agency here todsy a formal
declaration that hostilities with Villa had
broken out and telling of the appoint
ment of military commanders for the
various ststes and districts.
FORCE MAIN RUSS
ARMY INTO FIGHT
(Continued from Page One.)
The House of
that the French positions at Chauvon
cotirt have been blown up by German
mines, with heavy losses for the French,
and that the Germans then occupied
"Advices from Rome are to the effect
that In the fighting at El Arlsh, a forti
fied Egyptian town on the Mediterranean,
the British suffered heavy losses. The
Italian colony In Egypt Is suffering from
the prostration of all lines of trade.
"The commander of the British forces
In Egypt declared thst it was only J is
treaties 'with the allies which led Eng
land to fight against Turkey. From all
sections - of "Egypt -eame reports of en
thusaistlc : manifestations' In favor of a
holy war. The-Shelk-VMslam has com
municated, with a majority of the. Mo
hammedan princes of Asia and -Africa,
who declare they will assist Turkey In a
war against England.
"The London Times estimates the Rus
sian losses In their last defeat by Gen
eral von Illndenburg at 40,000 to 60,000.
Ths Austrian captured eighteen machine
guns and several large field guns.
"The Popolo Romano and the Prepare
clone, Rome newspapers, say that fur
ther resistance-on the part of 'the Ser
vians Is Impossible." '
PILES CVRKD IX O TO 14 DAYS.
Druggists refund money if Paso Oint
ment falls to cure Itching. Blind, Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles. First application
glvea relief. CO cents.
Sale of Suits,
Coa ls & Dresses
About 150 garments of the
sort that sell for $20, $25 and
$30, all go in this sale Satur
day. To go into detail about
each garment would be an
endless task, therefore it is
sufficient to say that every
garment is of the usual House
of Menagh quality. So come
For Saturday only we offer
a number of our $tfT)Qfi
Hats at . . . ... . . .
The House of Menagh
THE STORE FOR GENTLEWOMEN
1613 Farnam Street
(Continued from Page One.)
the two murderers boarded Conductor
Reynold's train late Tuesday night, get-tlna-
Into a freight csr. When a few miles
west of Rutland they crawled out ot the
freight car, made their way over a gon
dola car and entered the caboose. Intend.
Ing to rob whoever might be riding
therein. As they entered the front door
! they commenced shooting at the feet of
' the conductor to scars him. Instead of
being scared the conductor started to
grapple with one of thear Then they
both fired. ' one bullet striking Reynolds
In the shoulder and the other In the face,
going entirely through the head and pro
ducing almost Instant death. -
la tha scuffle the three men had worked
their way to the car platform, and ae
Reynolds waa ahot he staggered and fell
to ths ground. The train was going about
twenty miles per hour. The twe men
Jumped off. went through the eoaduetor'e
pocket end then fled to the country- They
hid their masks of red flannel and threw
their revolvers Into a water tank seme
fire miles from the scene of the shooting.
Then they separated, and yesterday Both
of thera were caught, after which they
took the officers to ths places where the
revolvers and masks were hid. After this
they confessed the shooting and were
taken to Humboldt, where they were
lodged in the Dakota county. Is., Jail.
Both men will be charged with murder.
SUGM REFINER, IS DEAD
I NEW TORK. Nov.. Xk-PVedertek Mot-
1 lenhauer, millionaire sugar refiner, died
) auddenly of heart disease today at hie
home ut Brooklyn, lie waa se yeare old.
The Want Ad Columns ot The Bee Are
Read Dally by People tn Search of Ad
j verUsed Opportunities.
Weather in East
and South Coldest
for Forty Years
WASHINGTON. Nor. W.-The cold
wave with oome snow, which swept rap.
Idly down from the northwest and spread
over the south Atlantic states from VI r- ,
glma to Florida todsy has foroed tern
peretures to the lowest recorded tn No-
vemuer In torty years. Westher bureau I
officials predicted killing frost and frees. '
Ing temperatures would extend as fsr ;
south on the coast as Palm Beach. The
cold also extends northwest from Florida '
through the Ohio valley and ever the
plains states. The wave has moved
southeasterly and will be dlsslpitated in
a few days.
A storm orfgimrtlnf oft the Carolina
coast Wednesday morning has extended
to . New England and caused sales ana
r.ln ntt Ih. nmit .Wm mmA h a. 1
In the - interior ef New Eagud"and
northern, New Tork. Snow Is . predicted
to continue In New England and along
the great lakes tonight
Cold wave- aamlngs have been Issued
for Mississippi. Alabama. Georgia, the
Carolines. Virginia and central Florida.
The Whole Body
Needs Pure Blood
The bones, ths muscles, and art ths
organs of the body depend for their
strength and tone and healthy actios j
en pure blood. . !
Hoods Barseparille makes pure blood.'
It le positively unequal ed in the treat. 1
snsnt ef scrofula, catarrh. rweonuvUsm.
dyspepsia, lose ef appetite, that tired
feeling. There is no other medicine
like it. Re Sure to get Hood s and get
it today. Jt Is sold by all druggists. j
"The Store of the Town"
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B jm waumt style?
Do. yen wamt weirkmamsMp? 1
B ju wamt giPis?
Come to the store which guar
antees you their merchandise
has that quality, style and work
manship so much sought for by
all good dressers.
Men's and Young Men's Suits $15 to $40
Men's and Young Men's O'Coats $15 to $50
GEO. T. WILSON, Kr.
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