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T1IK HKK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, XOVEMBER 21, 1914.
Ladies, Choose A
Pick a Bargain From the Most
Extraordinary Offer Ever
Made by An Omaha
Julius Orkin Offers High Grade
Suits From His Regular
Stock, Formerly Sold
Up to $35, Satur
day at $14.75.
For a sensational offer Salurdar,
Julias Orkln. the Douglas street lar
dies' outfitter, has rone through his
entire suit stock, picked out suits
where but one or two of a certain
strle remain, regardless of whether
the former price was 115.00 or 135,
placed them all In one lot, about
200 in all, and for rapid selling will
offer them at the one price of $14.7G.
In this Saturday sale will be offer
ed only the cream of the season's
styles and materials, such as fur
trimmed broadcloth suits, Cossak
poplin suits, fur trimmed cheviots,
plain tailored men's serges, etc..
etc. They're not suits that you'd
expect to buy for $16.00, but suits
that will compare with the same
quality of garments being shown
elsewhere at 125.00 and 136.00.
Any woman with shrewd buying
Instincts will Immediately see the
savings available at this sate, and
preparations are being made to
handle the. large crowd of buyers
who are bound to take advantage
Other Interesting specials will also
1 offered that are almost as at
tractive as the above. Dresses
worth up to 119.50 will be sold at
$.95. Broken lines of waists
worth up to $3.50 will go at $1.00,
and the smartest line of Winter
Coats In Omaha will be at your dis
posal at specially low prices
1610 Douglas Street.
Be Drexel kid Says:
If you wlU look under the
desks tou will see that nine
tenths of all the boys wear
The reason Is that they out
wear two pairs of ordinary
boys' shoes. Boys' 1 to &H.
$3.50; Little Gents' 9 to 13 ,
1'arcel Pout 1'aid.
DODGE RMS. fiR IS HF.RF, district RErmENTAiivE for
w a v v villi at w iiu m .
Machine Which Has So Aroused
Curiosity at Last Arrives.
FIRST CAR SOLD IN OMAHA
Dr. I.. It. Rulmia Makes Firm I Par
ebaae aa4 f. M. (Carver Bar
I'lrat Deliver? ( ar from Mar
pa r'Brlea Cotapaar.
4' Sled j
lU Shod 1
JCi. I Shoes ;
The first IimIs nrnthera' sr, a pro
duct over whlrh thTe haa Imn for many
months conjecture, ritti"r and specula.
Hon fKardlnf quality, quantity and
price, haa at lst reshe1 Omaha and is
on display at tho Murtihy-O'Rrten com
pany, lyal axenta, at NlnMeealh and
Karnam strreta. Tha car arrived Thurs
day evening srvl several demonstrations
were made Friday.
The first Mle n Omaha has hern made
and the Murphy-O'Hrlen company is
preparing to accommodate with early
deliveries aoma If customers who have
already ataned orders. The first sale
was made to Dr. I n. nuahman. Vr.
II. t Arnold purrhaeed the second car
a few seconds after tr. liuahman. The
flmt delivery car waa sold to C. M.
Ckirvey of the Puritan laundry, and Our-ress-Naeh
and llrandels have signed
Hlwn lalarmal Baaaatt.
Charles lturot, district repreaentative
for Dodse lirnther and the Murphy
O'Brien company were Rural a at an In
formal banquet for the newspaper fra
ternity at the Henshaw hotel yesterday.
The new car Is rather a surprise to
even thoae a ho eipected the most. Al
most as larva as ears soiling at fl.fto,
with a speed reaching as high as fifty
five mllijs sn hour and so low that it
can travel on high without registering
on the speedometer, a feat that few four
cylinder cars can accomplish and with
all the graceful lines of the newest style
and design, the new ear Is a much more
finished product than expected.
Car Completely Eqalaael.
The car le completely equipped with all
modern accessories. Including such con
veniences as electric lights with dimmers
snd automatic focusing device, one-man
top and Instrument board.
The Murphy-O'Iirlen company Is mora
than proud of the car that they are to
distribute in this territory. They fully
real lie the confidence of the public lii the
Dodga Bros., as they had over 100 orders
signed before It wss even known what
the car would look like or what the price
would be. They didn't even know them
selves until the csr appeared Thursday.
But now that the car Is on hand, they
are happy In their belief that those per
sons who have aliened orders, sight un
seen, wilt be wall satiafled with their
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N- Vy ". .. I !
"The day of November 1 was marked
ty the almoet total ahaenre of Infantry
atta.-k on the part of the enemy; at the
some time their artillery fire was murh
Iras violent thsn on the sfternoon ol'
"To the north the westher hs
lern very t'sd, and snow has fnllen.
All the res Inn of the yeer canal, to the
cat of IMxmu'l Is invsdod by the waters.
"In front of Ilsmaroplle we have with
drawn from the water two 1.S centimeter
mTt.ir alisniloned hy the German.
There hna been a very fairly Intrnee ar
tillery fire to the south of Vpres.
"On the renter there have been no Im
portant actions to report. In the Argonne
three vigorous attacks on the part of the
enemy's infantry hsve been repulsed.
"On our right wing the Germans have
reoccupld the destroyed section of
Chauvonrotirt. Further . to the east we
i have made some progress."
Four Laborers Killed
in Dynamite Explosion
BfRUNQTON. Ia.. Nov. .-Four
laborers, employed on the jrovernment
levee, twenty miles north of Burlington,
were killed by dynamite st noon todsy.
The men were thawing the explosive
when the accident occurred.
German Liner Sunk
in Persian Gulf
LONPON. Nov. 20. -The Tally News
states thst hews hss been received thst
the Hsmburg-Amerlesn liner Elbatana
has been sunk In the Persian gulf. There
are no detetia of how thla wss ac
complished. The Elbatana. a vesael of about S.OSn
tons, wit last reported aa having arrived
at Busaorah, Asiatic Turkey, early In
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Flirt-Proof Jury in
CIIICACIO. Not 20.-A flirt-proof
J'iry wh'ch tried tcuts J. We on a
chargo of annoying Silas Msry Mc Kinney
on a suburban train, disagreed and was
ell hnrcej todsy. A new hearing was
aet fn Pecemher R Vnusual attention
wai railed t the cafe he-auae women's
orsanliaUor.4 Ins'ated that Miss Mc
Kinney prosecute Welgle, a wealthy stock
broker. .Vcforc berng permitted to sit on
the jury each prospective Juror wss ra.
quired to swear that he never flirted.
VLtis.'.nn.".Ti' fTMv iwwsf j BiRr. Kf.iu'OJtna uumebii j.:i.mis'
CH. Htxrct j
BAR ON TESTIMONY
OF WEBBERT HOLDS
(Continued from Page One.)'
guard. IIh ssld Bammons kept coming !
to Ms office to proffer aaaletunce.
Rice t'Stifled thst Sammona told him
that Cummins' wife had told Ir. T.
Klrby sho "honed to loI they never
would catch the thlevea."
At one conference the Inspectors held
behind locked doors wtlh Delbnrt Hmlth,
Rica said Smith was accused of the theft
and denied It. He was several times ao
rused thst evening and always denied it.
Waaiea Suffer Terribly trom Kldaey
Around on her feet all day no wonder
a woman has backache, headache, stiff
swollen Joints, weariness, poor sleep snd
kldnty trouble. Foley Kidney Pills glvs
quick relief for these troubles. They
strengthen tha kldnsys--taks away the
aches, pstn and weariness. Mato life
worth living again. They will absolutely
drive out rheumatiam, weak back and
swollen schtng Joints, due to kidney and
bladder trouble. Try Foley Kidney Pills
and see how much better you feel. For
sals by all dealers everywhere. Adver.
instead of Physic
pills and mineral waters, which only
Irritate and deblliUte the body,
th purs, corrective, energizing .
salts of fruit contained In
Krutt-V isov nrbuildt the entire nyttrm by vitaliting
tha daily tooj. Never tails to sve relief from ron
atipatioa. biliousntu. Indigestion, sickhcuischa,
muddy rompiriMin, sH,r,"e. P'let, dnrical ana
rbmimatlc Undcncies. and kindrad allmanU.
rfuit Virnr is In h.glilv ctMicrnlratvd powdered
form. AdJaJ to water nukes a diliuhtlul cttarveac
In drink aasarly diunk by old and youneevn
rwbiaa. So snil, yet putittva In action, that ea.
pcu4 ad nurainl nvollm take it lo keep them
selves and baby 'n perfect health. The natural
corrective. Makes weak stomach atrons, and
conttipairj buweit scliv In thitr own mutrulai
power. Twva-up the liver nothing etts ran do.
Snd pmraotas heaithlul activity ol the kidaeys.
Remsmbsr-It Navar Falls
l par ar si your druifs.it -or by mail rrora us.
ate wart r4 0 taearny lie, Chlcasa
f' J"'-IJ''''iw"' iiiii ijiiiaaaaaaaarTTaj
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s.JUMJMawMlssBTMltlin s W
her husband were attending a theater
the night of the robbery, he had left the
theater for almost an hour. Its had also
left his bed once during the night, she
ssld, Pho also told of having seen 8am
mons go to see Smith at tha tatter's
house one month sfter the robbery, and
she said ha.t gammons had remained
there for two hours. '
Mrs. Huston, the thr principal wit
ness of tha morning session, recounted a
telephone conversation, supposedly be
tween Walter Bammons and Pelbert
Pmith, which , she had overheard on a
party line after the robbery. The gov
ernment. It Is undsrslood. had hoped to
show by her testimony that Sammons
was trying te Indue Smith to shoulder
the entire hlsme for tha crime. However,
under tha sharp objections of the defense.
thst allegation was not Introduced Into
tha record, only a verbatim report of the
alleged conversation being admitted from
She said that tha phone conversation
waa as follows:
Walt: "Del, will you coma to my of
ficer Del: "No, t will not go to your office."
Walt: "Will you meet mo st the Mid
wsy?" Del: "No, I will not meet you at the
Midway. I'm shaving, and in fifteeu
minutes I will leava my houae.'t
That was all tha conversation she over
heard, Mrs. Huston testified. After
croas-examlnatlon by ex-8enslor Norrls
Brown of counsel for tha defense, who
nominated District Attorney Howell to
his position, the Is Her said to Mrs, Hue-
"In other words, you were an eaves
dropperf That's what tha aenator wants
to know. Just an eavesdropper?"
"Tea." Mrs. Huston replied.
Other Wltaeaeea Teatlfy.
Other government witnesses at the
morning session, with tha substance of
their testimony, were as follows:
George Tracy, a Kearney liquor dealer;
told of being with Delbert Smith from 1:56
till M o'clock the night of the robbery;
also of atmlth tailing his alibi ta Tracy;
when qurationed as to alleged U legal sale
of liquor In Kearney, the witness refused
to answer, on grounds that ha did not
havs to glvs testimony that might In
criminate htmaelf; his testimony wss
partly fscetloue. and eauaed laughter In
court, which was rebuked by Judge
. M orris.
I Arthur Fife, a Kearney bartender, said
1 ho saw Walter Rammona between I and
i o'clock the night of the robbery, and
that he appeared to be quite sober then,
and may hsve been on hi wsy home.
Henry Lambert, a Kearney storekeeper,
put on the stand as an "expert" lock
smith, said he was familiar with locks,
I snd thst hs had alao been In the bakery
snd grocery buslnsas; he failed to under
. stand a question, which Judge Morris
and counael for the defenae deolared to
be quite obvious. He was abruptly dis
missed, after the prosecution discovered
that he aid not give the testimony they
Cletus Pierce of Kearney said hs saw
Bamraona and Smith together over a
month after the rubbery.
The morning seaalon wss continued un
til 11. p. m., la an effort to hasten the
conclusion of the trial.
Although the government s testimony
Is practically ttoacluded. the defense wUI
requlrs several days for Its evidence, so
the trial Is certain to, run over well Into
What (aiB,M Te.14 Mle.
At th afternoon seeslon of court Post
office Inspector A. U Rloe testified that
Hamtnona advised him thst the time hsd
pasaed when the Inspectors could do good
work snd susseated thst a fasctnstlng
woman be secured lo levels! suspects.
Hammous suggested thst the following
Kearney men would bear watching, ac
cording to Rice: Harry DUdine. L'lysses
Brown. Halleck KeUormaa, aa es-bar-tendvr
and aome railroad men, Herbert
Swan, Clarence Cummlngs and ons of the
LULL IN BATTLE
(Continued from Psgs One.)
tempted a raid on these locks, which are
built In a eeml-clrclo. Their attack,
which was conducted in a number of
armed automobiles, waa repulsed.
The fortifications which have been
constructed sll through West Flanders ,
for ua m rase of an eventual German '
retreat, evidently now are complete, for
the troops employed In their construction
have all (one to tha front.
Ths snow In Flanders continues. There
Is much Illness among the men In the
trenches and tha last few days have
seen little fish ting. (
fpeaeb Review of Rltaatloa.
PARI 8, Nov. Xk-The French official
communication lasuod this afternoon ssys
tliat yesterday there were hardly any in- ,
fan try attacks on the part of ths enemy !
ano that their artillery activity alao was
The text ct the communication follows:
Waists at $1.00
Actually Worth Up to $in.
Pretty New Cotton Voile Blouses
and also about 100 waists In silk
and chiffon, slightly mussed,
worth up to $3.60, 4. ff
choice Baturday.a t. . . V 1 AS
1510 DOXJGIjJVS ST.
'The Waist Store of the To a."
Dresses at $9.95
Actually Worth 113.00 to II 9.50.
Here Is a dress offer you cannot
afford to miss Crepo de Chine
Dresses, in all colors, satin and
poplin Dresses, also silk and
cloth combinations. kQ Qrl
$15 to $19.50 values. J7.77
an sjaw bm
Typical Only of This
200 Ladies' Suits, taken from our regular stock,
formerly sold at $25, $29.50 and $35, offered
for one day Saturday at only $14.75
It's our first clean-up of broken lots, and uy woman in Omaha who haa need for a hiffli
rrraAn unit who dopg not come here Saturday is nothing short of Extra vairant. We ha-;
held many sales, but the most extraordinary values wo have ever given will be overshadowml 5
by the suits we will oirer aturaay at tnis inrpain pnee. iour cnoioe 01 zuu suits,, iorm;r
ly sold from $25 to $35, only one or two of & style,' but every size up to 61 bust reprosentid
. . ...a 1 A. 1 sj . A ,sWssslssm(gaw saW .
in the lot, all tanen irom our re&uiar biock, oi
urday for only
IS ill Si at ma i m w
V"Pa X V I M
I LB aSW MM-. 11. W I
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Compare them with 123
and S Suits sold at
any ether store In
Omaha, These are mot
suits made to sell al
I14.7&, bat at $22 to t3&
t ail H f J'.'' " " j
i I I It uclwferYWtfC
ii.il wk ... .m
One matt le present at this sale and see theses Salts
la order to rain an adequate Idea of tbclr dlstlnctlre
lines and inapproachable style.
Far Trimmed Broadcloth Suits
Far Trimmed Gaberdine Suits
Far Trimmed Poplin Salts '
Taixred Hen's Wear Serge and
Wide Wa!e Cheviot Suits, in all colors.
A Surpassing Showing and Sale
of the Season's Smartest Coats
Striking new models beautifully tailored, from Hindu Lynx, Corduroy,
Broadcloth, Plushes, Fancy Mixtures, Zebalines, trimmed with velvet,
fur, etc. All the new effects: Paddock, pleated, , belted, flare and
straight line. A positive saving of from $5 to $10 on your Coat. Spe
cially priced Saturday. "
JULIUS OBEIN. 1510 DOUGLAS STEEETC
1 1 1
"A SQUARE ,
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11 VOBB LA
vi ' reasonablei that you shonld buy this way. I)nt lay ont all your ready rash
for rlulhrs when you can buy tbein Just n cheap or cheaper from us by paying
T a III Lin nnin Mnil ail fill m u .lr
week PAYS THE BUI
Here's Good Hews
for the Ladies
Saturday you can have
your unrestricted choice
of any suit in my store
And when I say on -third
off I mean Just exactly
lea I haa pi; rX
ubir low prU-es. " This ts
your opportunity (rasp It.
f s'ual credit terms of a
littles down and 91 week.
Men, 'We'll West
Your Every Heed
Three thousand square feet of
floor space devoUd solely to
Aim's and Hoys' Clothing.
You find It n pleasure to select
your Hult, Ovrrctaat or fisl
uiucaan here. You'll find one
of the largest collections In
Omaha. Htyles. quality, prices
and terms will pleae you.
Our tremendous output ena
bles us to get the pick of the
Biarket. Suits and Orercoats
priced as low as
1 s, O) D) g
ooT-or-rowsT nom wm w reTT r rnraj
1417 Douglas Street
A Dollar and Earn
$7,000 for Invalids
Biers Order Renewal Baraa
BO eenta, iwai Yeas OUcra Cieaat
CompaniOB .... $1.50
Either Tva Ytars ... 2.00
Botli to IB adttrtss . 2.00
Coo. K0BSikiep!.gN . 1.50
Either Two Years .. 2.00
Eitiar Tva Yura . . . 9 fin
I Botk to same address . 2.00 Wl
The Ladies Romt Jicrsal . . $1,50
Til Saturday Eieiin Post . 1.5Q
lit Tk8 Cccotry Eeatlesai . . . 1.50
a Any Publication . Hc?p
flab era CMlrtkit. SI v
aaera. I ausllcete ear price.
Ieaf sea4 a eiaari aUrect,
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