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TUB HKK: OMAHA. SATURDAY, XOVKMBKR 21, 1914.
DECKER WIRES HE
GETS THE ORDER
(Continued from Fa-e On.)
slorgcnthau wht hud happened and took
the TiwMsee to Cwclin waters, flftr or
sixty mites distant at the request of the
ambassador, while the latter endeavored
to f et Into communication with the consul
Central at Fmyrnla and tcsrn the enact
cause of the firing.
Official Are lee.
Piute department of filial estimated
that from recent delays In tns(rs from
Constantinople, they should hear tomor
row or Bundsy from Ambassador Morgen
thau on the Incidents connected with the
firing. They had no doubt, however, that
all would be satisfactorily explained.
It Is consld-red probnble that aa a re
sult of the mining of several Turkish
'WTTn las i I
A Very Special
Suits and Overcoats
Wa were enabled to secure a large lot of Men
Vint) Stilts and OrercoaUi t qnit reduction
under the regular price We pi them on
aalc Saturday. The Suit are Bine flerge and
Fancy Worsteds or Cwsimfre. The Overcoats
are Chinchilla, Kerseys, Meltons and Balma-raans.
at . . .
at . . .
Bpeotal " Sale Boys'
tivereoata and louts.
We se yon money
at tee following-
Jrteesi fl.ts, fa.it,
Ytatt our Work Ooa
Corduroys, aad Mole
si. so gist sa.so
MM to 910.00
Wool ribbed or fleece lined Q Q
Union Suite, $1.50 values.. VOC
Cooper's Spring Needle Knit Union
n.,11. A n An i . .
ouus, iu.vv quality
Wright' Health Under- O'Jl
wear, always $1, at ..... Of 2C
Fleece lined and derby
Wool Underwear, Including red
flannels, values to $1.50, s-r r?
Warm Blere. syeoial at, loe, 48o, 91.00
poils. and the sensitiveness of the Otto
man government on account of the pres
ence of foreign warithlps, even of neutral
nations, near its cosst, the American
cruiser may be kept at Chios, Greece, or
some of the other numerous Islands be
longing to Greece, which are but a half
day's sali from Asia Minor.
For the present the Tennessee Is being
held at Chios, while the North Carolina
is at.Borult, Asia Minor. The captain
of the latter ship, however, sent his mes
sage to the Navy department from Alex
Wishes of Wt.klaftos.
Each commander had been asked to ac
knowledge receipt of Pccretary Daniels' ,
orJers. as officials here were partlcu- i
larly anxious that the naval commanders '
take no action of their own Initiative, the
naval regulations giving officers onli- j
narlly wide discretion under such clrcum-1
The Tennessee and North Carolina will
not be withdrawn front the western
Medlteranoan, It was stated today at the ;
Navy department, 110 matter where the j
responsibility for the firing lay. The ves- I
sell will be kept within easy reach of
Turkish ports to afford every assistance
possible to distressed Americans, should
Eight Boys Under Car
When it Overturns
TECUWSEIt. Neb., Nov. 2ft.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Eight high school boys from
Weeping Water, on their way to Tawnee
City to play foot ball had a bad automo
bile wreck a mile south of Tecumseh
today. They were riding In a flve-pae-aenger
ear with Fred McCleery driving
when a blow out sent them In the ditch
with the car on top of six of them.
The driver and Beward Day were
thrown clear of the wreck. The men who
were taken from beneath the car and
brought to Tecumseh, where they were
given aurgleal care are:
John KlUpa trick, pelvis bone broken
and bruised about the head.
Clifford Jones, concussion of the brain
and three ribs broken.
Van Crew, wrist broken and three ribs
Arthur FltspatrlcK. collar bone broken.
The other boys less seriously hurt were
Lloyd Fhllpott and Ray Rich.
Eussian Chair at
CHICAGO, Nov. 20. A chair of Russian
languages and Institutions will be estab
llshed this winter at the University of
Chicago by gift of Charles R. Crane of
this city, It was announced today.
Samuel N. Harper, late lecturer In the
ehool of Russian studies at Liverpool
university, England, will occupy the new
hair. A feature of the course will be
lectures by Russian scholars.
Realy Good Clothes
$18.00 Suits and Overcoats $ A ,75
$20.00 Suits and Overcoats Itt33
: Wf I!
Particularly, the Overcoats in this sale
have made more Ilayden Boosters than
any one clothing item we have ever of
fered. , ' .
: V JUST THINK OF IT.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx famous' Bahna-v
caans, "The Coat of the Hour;" all wool
Chinchillas and Kerseys, Motor Coats,
with large collar Ulsterettes and Long
Shawl Collar Coats, English Fitted, double-breasted,
knee length fl A P"
coats, every style and all 1 iL
fabrics the $18 and $20 kind. . v
Suits and Overcoats $975
( Regular $15.00 Values.
You may have had good values in suits
and overcoats but we do not believe you
ever before had such values offered you
as you H find in these all wool chinchilla
and Kersey orercoats grays, blues and
black--sizes to fit styles cQ 7 c
to suit, at choice aP1. O
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits and O'Coats $20.00
Make a note of this and ask to seo then.
Men's Corduroy Suits $750
, Mrx & Hasa made them for us of lino
weave Corduroy, They come m three oOlor
$8.50 Mackinaw Coats $6 75
Men 'a or young men, 6 11 wool, Norfolk tr
Italian neevea aza in the lot.
Corduro7 or Moleskin Eheop-Iined Coau-Jj length, made to sell at $7.50 and $i.00, all pelts
Hoft oak bark tanned, pocket leather lined uini wristlet In a An
best bargain ever offered at pemag of winter aeavm 0eUU & i0.5U
Boys' $6.00 Mackinaw Coats
On Sale From $8:30
to 11. -00 A. M
; All Wool 30-ounce Mackinaws, Norfolk or Raan sleeve itylea, in all eotor eombinationa,
lor ?-'z hours only. No 0 0 D or Telephone Order TaienWono Sold After 1U U
Boy sy Coats
All wool chinchillas
close cropped in gray
or blue, wool bned,
ehawl collar, $12.50 val
ues, sizes 7 CO pa
to 15 years.... 0-oU
With two pair pants,
$6.95 and $7.50 , values,
in serges or fancy
. weaves,- your choice of
all the $6.50 i og
and $7.50 suits4.0D
$6 values in gray, blue
or brown chinchilla
shawl collar, flannel
lined witb satin yoke,
all sizes, 2y2 to 45 A Qr
9 yrs. on safe atvVO
LJT A T TTv TT TT TTi TTv Tv
n ii yen r&Ko
Growth is the roanlfeetstion of public sprrovsl. Had
this store failed to receive a generous share. It would
have) remained as it was or failed utterly. Kor 12 years
we have tratlderi upon a foundation of quality and have ex
panded upon principle that afeuaril every Interest of each
of our thousands of patrons. The satisfaction you are entitled to
and the sort every one cuunts. Is here In full measure. Tour
neighbors have found U so, and It will pay you to Investigate.
Good, sound judgment should direct you
to the store that has been growing since its
start twelve years ago.
Broken Lots of Small Women's and Juniors
Fine Coats Sharply Reduced for Saturday
Boucles, Chinchilla and Cheviot overcoatings
for juniors and small women, up to sizo 38,
regular values to $15 one day only for , . . ,
Special Saturday Sale of Fine Serge
Dresses for Small Women
The regular buying power of this much enlarged de
part nu at is amply demonstrated in this sale. Dresses
of fine botany serge In late models seme are satin
trimmed with organdie collars and cuffs; others are
braid trimmed. New shades are included, such as Russia
green. Burgundy, navy, brown, also black;- regular
values are 112.60, $13.60 and $15.00 for one day-only
Special Lot of Women's Fin Coats
Late models, including new circular flounces with
wide belts, some have fur collars; others are plush or
velvet trimmed; Zibellne or Cheviot, also Persian lamb
Girls' Fine Merge Dresnes on Sale Sat
urday (!5 beautiful little serge or
Challle dresses for girls, 8 to 14 years,
In a variety of new models. Colors are
navy, wine, Copen and Russian
green. Fancy hand-embroidered and
lace collars; velvet and satin belts;
regular $8.60 to $10.00 values; Sat
Special Showing of Girli' Fine Coats
This is Omaha's most compre
hensive showing of up to-date
coats for girls and Juniors. Plain mod
els, belted models and cape coats in
plain colors or plaid, 8 to 14 years,
at S7.50 "d 89.75
Ladies' all wool
sweater, V neck,
red only; $3.50
value . . i . 81.75
sweaters, a nice as
sortment of styles,
81.25 to 83.50
and pants in two
thread, fine wor
sted, fine ribbed,
color white or gray,
2 to 14 years, 50
Bette . gloves, for
boys or girls, extra
Greatest Store in the Country for Boys'
Good buits and Overcoats
Special Pricings from the
Infants' and Little Tots Dept.
Our Famous Extra
Warm Overcoats for 1
Big or Little Boys
Warm, comfortable coats In big
variety not duplicated else
where, except at higher prices
$3.50, $5, $6.50, up
Caps, Sweaters, Underwear, Hosiery, all here and rightly priced
Best value In this or any
ether town; all styles,
food, warm fabrics
just like settlna- a 11.60
?alr of knickerbockers
INFANTS' LONG COATS
REDUCED .We've too
many long coats, which
means lower prices for
those who have babies to
$1 S values $1.39
$2. SO values 91M
$j.R0-$a.5 values, ta.ea
$4.60-15 IS values. $3.S
.60-7.60 values, S4.8S
OMAHA'S FASTEST GROWING STORE.
1516-18-20 FARNAM STREET
COLORED OH TS FOIt
LITTLE TOTS 2 to 5
years, boys or girls, in
chinchilla, boucle and
zebeline, velvet and cor
duroys, unusual values
for Saturday, at
$5.00 and $7.50
Infants' hand-made dresses, long and short
styles, at 25. reduction. . .
Don't Imagine that because we sell good
shoes only, that our prices are high.
Women's, $3.50, $4-00, $5.00.
Children's, $1.00 up, according to
size and kind.
IPThe car of mystery, which
has created such interest in
Omaha, is now on display on
Farnam at Nineteenth Street
f The public and dealers are
cordially invited to call and
inspect the car.
It Speaks For Itself
Murphy Sl O'Brien
Farnam at Nineteenth St.
Everybody reads Bee want ads