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THE BKE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. JANUARY 2, 1915.
IS URGEDBY BRYAN
Secretary of State Auerti This it
Ucst Way to Put Skidi Under
LETTER READ AT TOPEZA MEET
ebraslaa ays that la Miltfr of
, lrklMII( Emphasis abaald
Ita Lal4 aa Cnmtftm la
TOPEKA. Kan.. Jn. l.-Total b
rtlnenc a th urt wny of overthrow
ing th liquor traffic wa advocated by
William J. Rryan, rvtary of state, In a
Irtter to Flon O. Borton. national eeo
rrtary of the Intercollegiate . Prohibition
association, read at tha closing-, aeaaloa
f tha convention of that rganliatlon
Mr. Bryan further asserted that thorn
"h want to abolish -ealoona will not
allow them to hide behind tha pretext
of local self government, when enough
vtatea aft favorably to make It likely
that a national amendment will be rati'
In hi latter Mr. Bryan said:
"In the matter of prohibition, t think
that at jpreaant the emphasis should be
laid on tha oontesu of th Mate. . In
, sow states th time Ii rip for action,
and I think It la botur to miioentrat
th force on the than to spread them
over th entire union. . However, this la
a matter of opinion and relate to th
yMy of national action at ' thla Urn,
rather than to th principle Involved.
fiTewlh at Heatlaaeat.
"Th strong ' vot - polled in tha house
a few day tro, shows how rapidly
swntinvaat la growing against Ui saloon.
In the debate over th amendment, a
great deal wai aid nbout th dnctrtn
of local self government If Wat In
voked against national prohibition. T'i
pnod not worry about that. Th liquor
Interests hav no mar respect for looel
aelf government than they hav for
Number of latter from leading tmnn
In slat and national life war read.
That of Morrl Sheppard, United Btatea
senator from Texas, assarted 'that "th
collet men f tha oouatry haw n higher
duty than that of Impressing on th
American paopla th nreclty of abolish
ing th lltiuor traffic." ' .
Robert I Owen, VhltWl (Mate senator
from Oklahoma, predicted, "relief from
th evil rtecta or th liquor traffic If
tha coV.ut throw themselves into
the battle." , . : .
Th fact that conirea refused to
plac an additional tag on rectified
whtrkey In th war Yax measure show
(ha strip it 4 liquor .Interest cull hav
upon legislation' .the letter of Dr. Har
vey W. Wiley Said. "Tha beat way to
dlvorr th aaloon from politics I to
foolish ssJoons. The next beat thing1
nould be to reform politics." ' ,
Further Comment of British
Press Upon American Protest
I'lI.Ei tlDED in TO 14 DAY.
Druggists refund money Ii Paso Olnt.
ment fall to cur Itching, Blind, Bleed
ng or Protruding rile. JTlrat application
Mmrmrau Af" O "ftrSnUrt.
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n.rt 1 ctK.....MAiuhuriu
1X3NDOK. Jan. t London journal are
atill very mwh dlacuanlng the American
proet to Oreat Krttaln ex I net Inter
furenc with Ita trade. Comment by the
dlfterent paptra la published below.
The Nation aaya:
"tv ronfeoa to feeiinc aom rearet
a to th form of America' note. W
Winn It had been aomewhat differently
expreeaed and dlsnatcn'd in aeoordance
with th accustomed way w will not
say of diplomacy, but of friendly corre
apondenoe. "Ther are two way of conducting a
controversy of public Intareat. A man
may give hi correspondent the sole ben
fit of hi mind, or he may turn a mls
elv Into a mlsall by dlapatchlng on
copy of It to th pre at or before th
hour of It receipt by the person Im
mediately concerned, it appear that th
Put department choa th latter eour,
but there I no call to turn an error of
tact Into on of aubatanc.
'Tor th rest there I no deeply eer
lous cauce for complaint. It waa ln
vitabla that a nation not at war ahould
fall U understand th difficulties of
on who U. especially when th inter
est of belligerent and neutral ar In
conflict.. v ; '
Th spectator. ,
"It Is yet to be explained how, esoept
by carefully aearchlng ahlpa on th way
to neutral countrlea contiguous to Ger
many, we can prevent th Oermana from
being supplied with material reitlrd
by th German armr." asys th PpectSf
tor. It advances th argument that ata
tlstlc of American export of copper to
neutral state show that some of this
metal Is being supplied to 0nnaay and
THx! President Wilson, do th Amsi
lean peopl expect thl country to look
da unmoved while our enemies are'thiis
supplied with th means of killing our
Th Hatttrday llartew sorth th
not otPrsldnt 'Wilson aa) a "document
from a candid friend, who. Just because
h Is a friend, can say thing which bw.
tween atrangers would b regard)! a
having too rough an edge."
Tha Ravlew does not think It Should
be Impoealhle for two governments which
hsv no wish to find 1-ausea for taking
offena, to. reconcll their conflict In
point of view.
Th poaltlon of a belligerent with re
spect to th command of th sea, says
this paper. Is difficult, even when neutral
governments ar friendly. But thl posi
tion Is determined absolutely by th fact
that England ha that command of the
sa and "cannot surrender her right to
us It for th defeat f th ensmy by
any meant sanctioned under international
; v . . .
Th Dally Wews.
Th Daily News In an editorial .flnda
th text of th note. In phrasing and tn
temper, eminently friendly and xprsase
satisfaction that It erltlclam I directed
against the British administration rather
than against a policy. Therefor. It says,
It ought not to be difficult to find a
"There I n different of principle
that may not be quits so ay of ad
justment." th editorial continues. "It
I th treatment of conditional contra
band, and In particular foodstuffs."
Pall Mall Gs4t. , ,
Th Pall Mall Oasett says:
"We onuM nerhans nlsea our ftnanr on
rertaln contention dancd In th not
which show mm fatlura to appreciate
th difficulties of our position, but It
I our business to cnop jogio witn w
government of th United Stat'S. Sir
Edward Grey may be truated to give th
government of President Wilson all -"it
can properly ask, while, at the am time
Indlcatln with courtesy and firmness
th measure our poaltlon aa a beUlsw-
nt power compel ua to continue. Tn
government o th United State ha
shown every dlsfwsKlon to cut Itself In
our plac and recognise our difficulties.
Our government win not ahow liasir
to be less fair minded than that of
rrldet Wilson. Bhort of sacrtfVdng
our best weapon for bringing th war to
a successful and speedy end, nothing will
be left uhdon to meat th wlahea of th
. BREACH GROWING
, (Continued front P Ou.)
county. Bachelor liaa a privet rsnoh
property which he lease to hi brother-In-law.
Thl Is located south of Valen
tin. This Mr. Dachelor has two broth
ers, John J I. Bachelor, who owns and
operates on pf th largest-Indf lduslly
owned ranchea In this country, and who,
a Ith his brother, C. B. Bachelor, controls
th Bordmaa Cattle eompiny with thou
sand of acre and svera! thousand eat-
ti- ' r
John II. Bachelor and hi associate
again In turn own th controlling inter
est In th Sand ' Hill Land and CatU
company, controlling with their vral
ranch. a county fifty to sixty milt
long, of which' John II, Bachelor I gen
eral manager. ' ' '
Ilaadred Thawaaaal A ere.
All th lands above anumarated are
-within tha- Jurisdiction of the Vslmtjne
Ian d of Mo and afgrcgaU lOO.Ouu acra
or mor. ' .
"Under ths Mircumstanc;" to fb
arotest 'continue, "It la' not' to be won
dered at that Qulgley, sr., and hi friends
would and hav pulled 'every political
wire posslbl to sour th appointment
of Qulgley, Jr., aa register of th Valen
tine land offlc. Th bulns expediency
of suoh a move Is readily apparnt. Th
company of which Qulgley, ar., I prin
cipal, stockholder and Qulgley, Jr., is
stookholdsr and director. I directly and
Vitally interested In securing UU to
puhllo lands, both through th purchase
of laolatad tracts and of homestead after
final proof ha been mad."
Rarllev Row la tha District.
Bcfersno I mad to th upheaval In
thl sarn land offlo under th Roo
velt administration becavs of collusion
and favoritism with th cUl baron aad
th lnslstenc of Frealdeot Rooeevalt In
filling th vacancy, aa a first qualifica
tion that nlth of hi appoint ahould
hav. either directly or, Indlrsotly, aa
lntrt In publlo landa
It li also rumorad that, th' recom
mondatlcn of Qulgley by Benator ICltch
oock Is In recognition of actlv asslstano
rnflrd.., t tha, famous Grand Island
convention whan" th senator and hi
friend went th limit to .humlllatf . and
dlsoonosrt Mr. Bryan.' 1 .'.' .' ''
Our Building to Be Torn Down to Make
Room to Erect New World-Herald Building.
, , j i a siiasi sa asa asiSTi ariswasMsaiiaisissiaissssss
Cannot Find Another Satisfactory. Location.'
Highest Quality Merchandise
old at Sacrifice
All S2.00 Shirts Manhattan, E. & W. 00
and Our Own Make . . . . . ; lla
All'Sl.50 Shirts Manhattan
and Our Own Make
Better Grades Reduced in Proportion
ALL S2.00 SUIT Oft OK
UNDERWEAR . V " aOu
ALL $3.50 SUIT O
UNDERWEAR , v
All Other Goods in Proportion
1504 Farnam Street
FEAR ATTACK Oil
AnitrUn and German AmbMiadon
Ar Traniferrinf Their Ar
chierei to Asia Kinor.
ALUXS' FLEETS AXE EXPECTED
Forelaraer Are falsi t II Prsar
lag t Lrav the Capital for
Flare ef Safety la the
ATHENS, Jan. L-(Vla London) Ac
cording to Constantinople advices which
hav reached here, th Austrian and
German embassies In the Turkish capital
ar transferring their archive to Asia
Minor,, fearing that action is Imminent
by tha British and Trench fleet against
Dardanelles and th capital Foreigners,
it Is stated, ar also preparing to quit
th capital for tn Interior. '
IjONDON. Jan. 2. The correspondent of
th Express In Athens report that a
stat or panic exist -In Constantinople
and that the' Turks hav abandoned all
Idea ef taking th offenalv.
"Th -Holy Belle," tha- dispatch con
tinue, "hav been removed to Brusa,
Asia Minor, wbsr th sultan and port
ar preparing to follow. AU available
forces, about 150, WO men, are concentrated
tn the city.
"Adrtanopla ha been practically vao
uated and th heavy gun removed to
Tchatalja, which la near the Turkish
capital. Frenzied entrenching Is. - In
pro gross along the shores of th Dardan
elles and the Bosphorus. airi preparations
af being mad to resist the passage of
a hostile fleet.
"Th attack. on, Egypt has been defin
itely abandoned and th troop have been
called to defend th Asiatic aids of the
strait and Br Una. .
"Everything points to Constantinople
being tha first enemy's capital to fall."
SUNK IN CHANNEL,
SIX HUNDRED LOST
(Continued from Tag One,)
tha official Information ' bureau fol
lowg: "Th battleship Formidable was
iunk thla morning In the Channel,
but whether by a tnln of a subma
rine in not certain.
"Seventy-one gurrlvora have been
picked' up by it Brtlsh light cruiser
and it is possible that others may
have been' rescued by other vessels."
Heavily Arm red aitlai.
The British battle ship Formidable
bad a displacement of 16,000 tons.
It was 430 feet long and carried a
complement of 750 men.' ' It was
heavily armored and carried four
twelve-Inch guns, , twelve six-inch
guns and sixteen twelv pounders, it
waa provided also with four sub
merged torpedo tubes. . ' , '
The Formidable was launched In
1 800 and, placed In commission a
year later. It as a sister ship to the
Irresistible and Implacable and cost
- ' Act la a-aa 'Flaark!a. '
Th Forraldabl had assigned to It, ac
cording to th British navy Ust for t
fcember, various fleet ' officers and con
sequently It undoubtedly was acting as a
flagship at the ttm of It destruction.
Its captala was Arthur N. to s ley and
lta cenmandar Charles F. Ballard. Cap
tain John C. Deed waa tn command of
th marine on board, whlls th fleet
surgeon was Godfrey Taylor and th fleet
paymaster P. J. IJng. Tha chaplain hi
given as th Hev. Qeorg B. Robinson.
On board th Formldabl ware also tea
midshipmen. . -
GRASP AT WARSAW
AGAIN A FAILURE
, (Continued from Fag On.) : .
Aviator Hewlett Thinks He Hit
German Cruiser With Bombshell
LONDON, Jan.. L Th experiences of
Flight Commander Francis Hewlett dur
ing th recent aerial raid en the Oer
Itian naval base at Cuxhavan ar de
scribed In an Interview with the aviator
transmitted to Reuter a Telegram com
pany from Amaterdam. Commander
Hewlett, who was believed to have lost
his IK until It was learned yesterday
that he had been picked up hy a steam
trawler and landed At Muldn, Holland,
ssys he believes that he hit a German
warship with one of the bombs he
"I led the airship squadron." said Com
mander Hewlett. "I ran Into a thick fog
and after a time found myself near th
coast of ,Rchleawlg. I flew over Oerman
territory and eventually tame nesr Cux
haven. "When the mist had cleared I saw that
I had lost my direction. I descended at
a certain point, ascended again and flew
over th great German fleet and th
trawler which were lying under steam
- "A formidable fir aa directed st me
and I replied with several bombs. It I
my. opinion that I bit one of the Ger
man vessels, because soon afterward
dens smoks aroM "rom it.
"I waa unable to find th British fleet.
My motor was hinnlnj hot and I was
compelled to descend..! was picked up
by a Dutch trawler, bpt destroyed my
motor and sank, the hydroplane before I
boarded the trawler at 10 o'leock on
Christmas morning. I stayed aboard tha
trawler for sis days during a terrific
storm." ' .
SIX HUNDRED ARRESTS FOR
DRUNKENNESS IN T0PEKA
TOrEKA. Kan.. Jan. .-Of 2,200 persons
arretted in Topcka, capital of a prohibi
tion state, on ninety-one different
oharges, 61 were charged with drunken
ness. This la the largest number ar-
nested or nny slnrle offense. Thete
Statement r ir.ede In the annual poll
report published yesterdeyi
Dunkirk is SheUed
by German Airmen
PARIS. Jan. I. Dunkirk, on th north
ern coast of Franco, waa again bom
barded by four German aeroplaner
Thursday, accord isjg to a report which
reached Paris during the night
Catarrh Is as much a blood disease si
scrofula or rheumatism. It may b re
lieved,, but it cannot be removed by lm
ply local treatment. It break down th
general health, weakens th lung tlesuea,
and lead to coaaumptloh. '
Hood's Barsaparilla Is so successful If
the treatment of catarrh that It is known
as the bast remedy for thla dlseae. It'
purifies the blood. Ask your druggist
for It. Advertisement. )
confidently to th future, sharing th
thought that th arm lea of th allies
will b frowned with victory be for
Ge rasas Cataaaa DtateV
Fighting at Iaowlodi. on th Plllca,
ra ported tn th last bulletin. ' appears to
have terminated la a defeat of tha Ger
man column a, for they now have at
tempted to finfl another direction for
hir attack almost Entirely la th vast
forest, Jn th midst of which I Spain,
th Impart hunting palace Hare
crowned heads occasionally, and leaser
person rarely, hav-ba given oppor
tunity of shooting thej last remaining
spcimn la Europe of th bison.
Th Qrmans had a eucoesa In fight
ing abov Inowlods, and aow hav at
tempted a inarch In a southwesterly di
rection, concentrating and advancing
toward Opocano. Th Russians met them
pear th villag of Kamana, Sevan mt
from Oposno, aad drov them off.'
i Th Austrian. ltkwl4. made a ciupi
attacks, both of which wer repulsed
with loss. On was south of Matogostcha
and th other l the villas of Zakrsew.
a couple of mile south of , Princsow.
AH th abov mentioned attacks Seem
merely In th nature of attempt to die
cover whether any point ar left In-'
secure or poaalbly wer Intended tc keep
th Russians occupied at widely diver
Th grand duke's strategic scheme, tn
fact, remains aow what it was three
month ago, and the German frantla
attacks only enaar the Increasing facil
ity of acoompllahment of that scheme,
which Is getting nearer In every day. In
wat Gallota. th grant duk report th
haul continue to develop In line en
tirely favorable to the Russian fortified
poaltlona Gaaltka baa been taken by
th Russians In tha neighborhood of Ball-
grod. south of Ilska. , (
Caaastaale A BBlfcllat.l
Bayenet charge Inflicted, enormoua
losses on th nmy, whole eompanW
being annihilated by charge of the
AU the places ar U in th Car
pathians, and capture by the Ruseiana
cut th Austrian force. Uffeo4 with
Cermaa brigade n4 under Qermn com-
ntaad. Into several detached bwdle.
Try Thla far nearala.
Neuralgia te a ' pain In th aervea
Sloan's Liniment penetrate and aoothe
tli aching nrvs. Get a botll now. All
drusgUis. Advertise meat
w fllill pill h i m lmmu
Qciluc! ions Leading off UJith
This Tempting Onslaught on Prices
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The PAIACE cannot get high or "fancy" clothing prices at its location at
ANYrptage of the garnej it's a plain store in a plain location, selling time-tested, ;
stylish, wearworthy clothing at the common, every-day man's prices. "Why.
then, shronldn't the present Palace figures on clothing be the; LOWEST in
Omaha, seeing that they are cut squarely in. HALF t ' "
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Ecru. gray, flexlbl rib
bed, tl to 1.2a ,vat
ues at V
Cotton -ribbed, val
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Heavy floed Unad, tna
values, per gar..,.te)
All wool, salmon color,
II values, at, per-garment
TT9ST KOBZa Outlnx
. flannel. Cut extra,
large; T5c kind..,.
AJAJSXS Outing flan,
aal; 11.64 kinds....
MB VII BOSS Wool
hos In Oxford, Gray
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fABTCT KstZSXS Coal
style, laundered cuffs.
It values. now....SS
blue. Gray or Tan, In
11.10 vrades, st. Sl.lS
Il.i5 grade. t...M
CO ATS, with shawl
collars. Oxfords gray.
It arad ..." to
Maroon and gray, 1 1 . K
arad at .SBo
Maroon, brown and
aray. It. SO BTad:t8
Gray and maroon, nor
folk style, IS vslues
lOray, - tan, maroon.
Jumbo kult, ' 7 kinds
Joo , 4.1nliands 16
gB Black, blue, gray
and maroon, aa follows.
I SO value Sl.BS
12.00 value .l.3S
II. SO value aa
CAM All styl,
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School of Dancing
15th tnr) F&rxura
BCAKT r. COOFBB hool of Dane,
ing. BeaattXal aw ataAlo. 1 llh ana
Karnam Bta. Claase in ball room,
ssthatlo and national danolng. New
clasaea for children and adult will
b formed after January 1st. Special
attastloa to private club wlahln In
trucUon la social dancing. Children
requested to enroll In class befur
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