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TO TIIKBEK: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1!)15. EITEL FRIEDRICH CHASED JNTO PORT. Thn British War Veiseli Were Within few Miles of Conrerted Cmiier When It Reached United States Port HOLDS PAPERS OF THE FETE NEWPORT NEWS, Va., March 11. Captain Thlerichsen of the Prim Eitel Fried rich lata today formally Informed Collector of Customs Ham ilton that It was not his Intention to intern his reuse and that unless the United States refuses to grant him the necessary time for repairs and restrains him, the converted cruiser will attempt to continue its voyage of adventure. NEWPORT, Va.. March 11 The crew of the American ship William P. Frye, sunk by the German cruiser Print Eitel Frledrlch, were released from tb Prini Eitel Frledrlch to day. Twenty-two arrived, but two of German nationality remained behind and responded to colors of the fath erland by enlistment. NEWPORT NEWS. March 11 At 9 o'clock this morning the Eitel Frledrlch had been In Hampton Roads thirty-six hours and no signs of any Intention to move wera ap parent. British cruisers were indefi nitely reported lurking off the Vir ginian capes, and a boatman, who delivered papers to officers of the German cruiser, declared members of the crew had told him the Eitel had been chased Into American waters by British cruisers. That at least threw British warships war la pursuit of ;he FJtel Froldrtch wbcn it reached American waters early yesterday morning;, haaxbeen eeiabllshed. To tb officer of one of the sunken Brit lab shlpa on board the commander of the Klthel atated that Judgln from wireless Interchanges of the British ship, one wti witbtn ten mile, the other within thirty or forty miles, and the third within fifty miles of his ahlp when he reached the three-mile limit of tlie Virginia rapca. Waata to Make Repairs. Collector- Hamilton received written Instructions from Washington to rovern his course with the illthel Frledrlch and he at onve save Commander Tholrlehsen formal nolkc to leave within twenty four hours unless reason for a longer stay In a neutral port cold be advanced. "The German commander told m," Collector Hamilton said, "that he had corns In for repairs to his. ship. That reason was sufficient In prevent any summary orders from this, government. Today I shsll ask tho commander for a worn statement as to his reasons , for sinking the American ship Fry. When this has been received I will take up with him the' nature of repairs necessary to make his ship seaworthy Upon that will determine how long thb, government will permit the Eitel Frledrlch to remain in American waters wlthoJt internment. Refaeee i0 (Jive I'p Fry ravers. "1 atktd tho Uermtn torsmaniler for the Frye's papers. Thus fsrie has main tained that the papers must go to a prise court, but has agreed to submit to me later today a copy of them. When the captain of the Frye asked for tils papers, Commander Thlerk-hsen told him, as he afterward Informed me, that he had not conceded to the American master the right to the papers und stated ills con tention that they should be sent to Ger many. But he cheerfully agreed to have ooplea made." Aa soon aa Commander Ttuerlrhten aubmtta the nature of the repairs neces sary to the Eitel Frlmlrich a report will be forwarded to Washington. Upon that srtll be determined the qrratlon If Intern ment. The ship's papers of all the Kite I Frledrkh'e prises alsi have been like wise confiscated by the German com mander. Officers of the Eitel Frledrlch remain stolidly silent aa to the 'operations of the ship In Pacific waters, exceot to deny that It took part of any navel engage menu. It was reported, however, that It also sunk the British schooner Qeorglst In the Pacific and that It took coal from the French ship Jean, sunk off Val paraiso, Chile. Lint ml Vessels Saalt. The list of vessels sunk, with the num ber of persons removed from each, as . announced by Customs Collector Hamil ton today, la: British nailing ship Invercoe. W. J. . King, master; crew, twenty-three; owner, Inver line, of Aberdeen, ttcot . land. Hunk February 11 British steamship Mary Ada Short, A. E. Dobbins, luaxter; crew, twenty eight; owner, James Wee to 11 of Hun v. darland, Ungland. Sunk February 15. French steamship Florida, Uonaetn, msster; craw, seventy-eight; passen gers, eighty-six; owners. Compagnle Uenerale Trana-Atlantlque. Sunk Feb ruary U. British steamship Wltlerby. J. Wedgewood, master; - crew, twenty seven; owners, Ropoer Co. of Wast Hartlepool. Bunk February 3X. , Rusalan sailing ship Isabel Browne, Aimer Erik son. master; crew thir teen; owner, Tronberg, Finland. Bunk January 17. French salting ahlp Pierre Lot!. Tranchant, master; crew, twenty-four; Society Noucalle Dermoment of Nantes, Franca, owners. Bunk Jan uary ft. America sailing ship William P. Frye, H, H. Ktehne. muster; crow, thirty-one; owner, Arthur Bewail Co. of Bath. Me. Hunk January a. Cargo of wheat fjom Beattle, Wash., to Queeaatown. Kt&tand. tor orders; declared to be contraband by Oermaa cruiser'. French sailing ship Jacobsen. V. 1 Itous, master; crew, twenty-three; lcMy Las Volitrs, Dunkarquols, France, owners. Buk January JS. The Captala'a Story. H. H. Ktehne of Baltimore, maater of the American ship, aftet' having the Kital Friedriuh with Customs Collector Hamilton, today told a dramatic story of his experience. With hint were bis wife tud two children. "Despite my protestations that I was I he American master of an American ahlp, the German cruiser Eitel Frtedrich sank the WUUam P. Frye on the morning ef January 23, blowing a big hole through iui vttala with a charge of dynamite," aid Captain Kiohne. "I was almost becalmed when the Ger una ship appeared about I o'clock in the Text of Carranza's of the United VERA CRUZ. March ll.-The following Is the text of Oeneral Carransa's reply to the note of Secretary of state Pry an, delivered by United Plate Consul Hllll msn: "Although the terms. In which' this not worded would afford me cause for not answering. It Is mjr wish not-w-lthntandlng that alienee be not con strued aa a Justification of charged con tained In the same. I have tried to put aside for the moment references which are made to mv Dersnnal roftnnnaihilit and, looking only for the good of my country and for the benefit of the cause which the Mexlraa people have entrusted to me, I thought It my duty to answer at once. "On the other hand. In view of the Im portance of the subject discussed In the aforesaid note. 1 hav thought myself aulhorlxed not to follow the time custo mary channels, but to address you (Pres ident Wilson) personally concerning a matter which may Involve the success of the .Mexican revolution. In the note I am answering. It Is taken for granted that the Immitstinn mart- -.in. n- eral Obregon by an International com mittee of foreign resident In the City of Mexico, the substance of which also nas oeen communicated to me by Mr. Bllllnian In his nn nt th it i.t are true, and this assumption has been Indulged in when the answer to those imputations are being prepared. Has Tint t reated Conditions. "Reserving" the nnvnr r naa,in more fully and In detail tiirnn.h k- customary diplomatic channels the note rwirrren 10 lately. 1 take this opportunity to state In en earnest knd .mnh.tin that Oeneral Obregon never hss Intended to Incite the huntrry populace of the CHy of Mexico to commit outrage of any cnaracter. He hits not prevented In any way the entrance of food supplies Into Mexico City, but on the contrary has facilitated such Importations. He has not created willfully the distressing con ditions, which prevail at present In Mex ico City, but ha done evervthlnr in hi. power to alleviate them. Burn a situation Is a consequence of a painful but unavoidable state of war In which we are and which for the first time real I v ha reached Ml,n ci h... It has been aggravated by the conduct of merchants, who were, openly defiant and with concert of action closed their commercial establishment In momenta of. greatest nubile tfutraaa nn.t..t agslnst the humanitarian relief tag which General Obregon Imposed. "In face of the charges expressed by the International committee In their com plolnt to the State department, 1 point yot) to Ihe fact that Oeneral Obregon baa been In the possession of the City of Mexico since January 2rt unt'l today, without mob, assassins, looting or any other of the nnfrairra uM,.ii -n A occur and which frequently do occur In tin to or war. Nmipllea Distributed. "During all the time large amounts of food supplies have been taken into Mexico City and large quantities of sup plies have been distributed among the distressed people, other imnwi,i measures also have been taken looking to further relief, whloh I wilt mention In detail at the proper time. "While It I proper to state to your afternoon of January 17.' My ship was barely moving and I paid no attention td the first order from the Dutchman to lay to. However, It bore down on me and I brought my craft to a standstill. Attar learning that I carried a cargo of wheat the German captain told me that It was contraband and be Intended to destroy It I protested, but no attention was paid to my statement!. A German officer and squad of men were sent aboard the bark and I and my crew were set to work throwing the grain overboard. The German sighted another vessel, also becalmed, and made for it He returned about 10 o'clock at night having sent th other ship to the bottom. as I afterward ascertained. Work Not Done Fast Kaoagh. "Evidently th grain was not being thrown overboard fast enough to suit the German skipper, for he sent me a half hundred of his men aboard soon after ward and the work went on for hour without interruption. However, It waa alow at beat and I was Informed about i o'clock next morning that my ship would be sent to the bottom, which was don. "It was originally the intention of the German captain to leave enough of th eargo In the hold of the ship for ballsst. That part of the grain waa to be ren dered useless by salt water. A ooa as I was Informed that ray chip waa to be sent to th bottom, I, my wife and two boys, and the crew mad for the German cruiser In our boata Wa were taken aboard and ahown every courtesy throughout the remainder of th voyage. "For two week before making this port the German ship molested no ship of any kind and always avoided them, not wish ing to give the English cruiser any wind of Its Intention. It proceeded slowly up the coast, all lights that were not out being carefully shaded. "Last night, while neariug the capes, the wireless apparatus cn board the Kite! Informed us that there were four English warships In our Immediate vicinity, two ef whluh seemed very close. However, we eluded and made this port la safety," Did Ma Flgktiag. Aaked why the Eitel Frtedrich left the Pacific, Paymaster Louaseau said: "We did no fighting." the officer con tinued, "but we sunk every merchant man we could find. Of course we should have attacked any other converted vessel of our class, but we had no armor plat and so we avoided warahlps," "We are awaiting admiralty orders," was th paymaster's response to the sug gestion that he might not leave Immedi ately. They ure coming from Berlin by way of the Washington embassy." Tba sinking or th Frye waa regarded by . the officer a all in a day work. Mother! It's Cruel ' sor Calomel Into a Sick Child Look back at your childhood days. Ke member the "physic" that mother Inslat- J d on castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our rhlldrea It's different Moth, ers who cling to the old form of physio simply don't realise. what they do. Tba children's revolt la well founded. Their tender little "Instdes" are injured by theu. If your, rhtld's stomach, llvsr and bowels need cleansing give "California tfyrup of Figs " Its actios Is positive, but gentle. Million of mother keep this harmless "fruit lexatlv" handy; they Reply to Note States Government excellency that the right to occupy or evacuate Mexico City, or any other place In the republic, must at all time be re served and Is to be exercised when deemed by the responsible military au thorities to be In furtherance of the cause of the revolution, the obligation of the constitutionalist army to safe guard the live of foreigners Is never theless fully understood and realised. Tou will therefore permit me to assure you that at the time of tne evacuation of Mexico City every facility within my power will be afforded to all foreign resident In that city to depart the coun try or to go to other and safer place In the republic. Te Protect Foreigners. "I always have tried to give, and have given, the largest protection that ha been possible to the live and Interest of American and other foreigner, even iurtng the most difficult period of our struggle. I have purpose of continuing the same line of conduct and have de cided to take all measures possible to avoid all damage to foreign residents. With this purpose solely In view, I ad dressed a note to the diplomatic corps In Mexico City, which I have repeated twice, Inviting them. In case of evacuua- tton to come either to this port, or to any of the cities, for Instance Puebla Jala pa or Orixaba, which art under the control of the constitutionalism forces. where they can be assured perfect pro tection. "It was only three day ago that the State department at Washington directed the attention of American tourists In Mexico City to your former advice that they should retire from the country until conditions should be settled. It I my most earnest wish that the other foreign residents follow a Una of conduct simi lar to the one suggested by you to the American resident for tho adoption of such a course would be the wisest meaaure that can be taken to avoid con sequences o much to be feared. "I wish I could adequately convey to your excellency the political and eco nomic conditions In the ' city of Mexico and their cause aa they are understood and known here to be, concerning which representation by an International com mittee ha been made to the State de partment. Work ef Reactionaries. "Perhaps a last effort 1 now being made by reactionaries to' bring about complications which may causa the fail ure of the Mexican revolution. After having ' encountered and disposed of other and more difficult and embarrass ing situation In the past when' there were a largo number of forets-n mat. dents scattered all over the territory of Mexico, It will prove to be moat unfoew tunate If now, when Mexico city alone Is Involved, a situation shall arise which win destroy the hopes and purposes of the Mexican people. "Because of this consideration permit me to repeat the hope that foralra veal. dent may be Induced to save your gov ernment and the reDubllo of from embarrassment, by temporarily caving me city or Mexico. Allow me to avail myself of this oocortunitv reiterate to you the assurances of my mgneat consideration and personal re gards." "It took th chance," he said, ."It was carrying contraband to the enemy." The captain of 'Hta.aPtorlde has tele graphed the Compagnle Generate Trana Atlantlque for passage to New York foi his passengers, ,From New Tork they ex pect to be transported to their respective South American destinations. Not a 1n- gle piece of baggage was lost when the riortde was sunk. The Eitel had on board more than mi. persons, .34J of tb crew and passenger of destroyed vessel in addition to it own crew of about too. No Death Board. Captain Thlericben reported no death had occurred on board since the voyage began. Captain Klehne of the Frye. in a sup plemental statement tonight after his talk with Collector Hamilton, said his ship waa valued with Its supplies at about tro.000 and that th cargo of wheat wa worth tW.ono, Captain Monselon of th Floride. said his hlp, bound from Havre for Brasll, touched at Calais, Liverpool and Dakar, South Africa, than came directly across the Atlantic. The vessel, he said, carried eighty-!, passenger and a crew of seventy-eight. 11 was five sailing days from Dahla when stopped by the Eitel. A boarding party ordered th passenger and crew to th boat as the ship would be sunk. Bombs failed to sink the ves sel and guns from th Eitel completed It destruction early next morning. Captain Dobblng of the British steamer Mary Ada Short said his shin ... .... tured off Pernambuco, Brasll, February no was sunt arter th crew and their baggage were transferred to the German irutscr. The Short, with .00 tons of corn, was bound from Rosalia for the United Kingdom. CaDtaln DohKi i a charge of dynamite In the hold of his snip Dirw it bottom out. but did not Ink it, owing to th nature of its cargo, several shells, however, disposed of the wreck. Beoalated la loata Attaati. Captain Rrirkson of the bark Isabel Browne said: . I wa becalmed in the south Atlantic BO.to, 34 k when the German cruiser hove in sight shortly after dusk on th evening of January Ss. Th German cap tain told m the ahlp would be sunk. A dynamite bomb waa placed In the hold and within a few momenta th bark had disappeared." Captain Erlckson said he waa bound from Toltol. Chile, for th English chan nel. Captain King of th Bark Invercoe, said hi crew and their principal belonging ware iranaterrad to th Prlns Eitel at to Force Oil know children love to take it; thst It never falls to clean th liver and bowel and swveien th stomach, and that a teaspooafui given today aavea a sick child tomorrow. It should be th first remedy given aa it always does good, never any barm. Ask your druggist for a M cent hottl of "California Syrup of Figs." which has . full directions for babies, children of all asrs and for grown-upa plainly on each bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold her. Bee thst It is made by "Cali fornia Ft Hvrun fomnanv." t)fua anv other kind with contempt. AdvertUe- menl OPENS KXWIST OMAHA WOMEN'S FURNISHTNO STORE. , , . . ' . . B. PRE1D. B. Pred, for ten yeara In the mercantile business in Omaha, ha opened a store exclusively for women at Sixteenth and Douglas streets with a full line of cloaks, suits and millinery. The store I now open for business, but the official open ing will occur Saturday, when Mr. Pred has scheduled a program of music and will distribute souvenir to those who attend the opening. Mr. Pred declares that his store will be at once exclusive and popular priced. He will carry all of the latest designs and model, but prices will be reasonable to all and purchaser will not have to pay for style, as la so often tb caae. II is wholesale agent In Nebraska for eight of the biggest firms In New Tork City and the .latest creations of these eight firms will be placed on the Omaha market first at his store here. The location at Sixteenth and Douglas street has been completely remodeled and redecorated, so that It present a sple and span appearance of a new shop. Th stock la brand new, and while of consid erable dimensions the rooms are qf suf ficient sis and are arranged so tastily that an ample display is made of all of the garments. noon, February 12. and at J:30 o'clock the vessel . was sunk with an explosion of dynamite. He added that of his crew of twenty-three men' six are under de tention on' the crulser because they re fused to sign an agreement not to take up arm against Germany as a condi tion of reiesn. Best for Constipation. The beat medkine for constipation la Dr. King New Life Pills, mild end ef fective and keen vou well. 2Rc an im gist. Advertisement Moose Lodge Elects Officers for Year Th local lodge of the Lnval Order nf Moose held Its annual election of officers at Mooae headquarters, 617 South Seven- iCTiiiu iiHwi. no loiiowing omcer were elected: K. A. Morgan, dictator. Henry F. Wulf, vice dictator; C. B, White, secretary: 8. R Mosnr. nrelate- W. J. Normean, Joe Wagner and Harry Blroeaser, trustees; L. L. Btewart, inner guard: Max KoDfle. outer ma.rhv rtr T A. Simpson, physician.. Dr. T. B. Barber. past dictator, was chosen as delegate td the national convention, to be held in Los Angeles next May. Judge A. U Sut ton wss selected as alternate delegate. Preceding the election of officers C. Xhlman addrrfsed the gathering. TINY -RED WLES ON DAY OLD CHILD Got Larger. Hair All Came Out. Cried Terribly. Could Not Sleep. Had to Walk Floor to Quiet Him. Used Cuticura and Now Well. La Cross, Kansas." 'Then my son was e day old he began breaking out on his fac is Hoy red pimples that seemed to Hen, a Be was uneasy and couldn't sleep. The pimples got larger and changed to water buster. They would break and rua and causa new ones to break out until ha was eovered all over with a thick cruet. HI head was so bad w ware afraid to wash it almost. All hi hair Cam out. Wa kan4 Kin - . pillow for fear of breaking th busters, very Uaa they broke tbey seemed to smart and burn, a be would cry terribly. Tb eruption disfigured th baby. Wa had to walk the floor with him to quiet him. "When a waa four week old I bought a rake of OuUcura Soap and bos of Ointment. The first time I used them he slept better than h had for a long Urn. Be 1 now. at th age of nine month, well." (tugged) Mrs. John W. Sutcllff. June 30, 1014. Spmple Each Free by Mall With 3 3-p. Skin Book on request. Ad dress peaVcard "Cetlrura. Dept. T, teav, Bold throughout th world. ORRINE FOR DRINK HABIT Bo uniformly successful has ORIUNE been la retorlng the victims of the "Drink Habit" Into sober and useful ctttsea. and so strong is our confidence la its curative powers, that we want to emphasise the fact that ORfUNfci la sold under this poaltiv guarantee. If, after a trial, you get no benefit, your money will be refunded. O RHINE costs only 11.00 per box. Ask for Free Booklet. 8herman A hfoConnell Drug Co. 16th and Dodge St. Owl Drug Co. lth and Harney tftreeU- Ll&ke Teething Easy for Baby use Ers. VilasIrA Scclt::z Syir? A SPLENDID REGULATOR rtlRELY YTCnABlE-KOT KARC0T13 CULPRIT IS RELEASED TO MAN WILLING TO HELP HIM Cnttcl Flatee District Attorney p. g. Howell believes that If anybody s will ing to give sn unfortunate youth an other chance, the government ought not Household Linen Section Spread Special Satin fin ish, fine designs, size 75x88, scalloped, rut corners, in Friday's sale this $3.98 spread for $2.53 IUhI Nile imperial grade, 81x90 size, full bleached, seam lew, 3-1n. hem, hard twist round thread cotton. "cn 65 Irish Linen Pattern Table Cloths, the 8-4 size, heavy grade, best patterns, each at 81.08 American Damask Pattern Ta ble Cloths, 2 yds. in length, ready hemmed, each 81.00 ForHRii All Unen 70-in. Sil ver bleached Table Damask, standard $1.00 quality, Fri day's sale, yard 78t Flaxon White Dress and Waisting fabric. Neat checks, stripes and crosa bar effects. The regular 36c grade, In Fri day's sale, rard 25 . . m m A Great Underpricing on Most Desirable Embroideries All Kinds of New Embroideries at one-fourth to one-half less than worth. Inserting. Edges and Headings, worth 6c to 7 He yard, in Swiss, Nainsook and Cambric, on tale at, yr SC I to e-yard Loom End Strips of regular 10c Em broideries in Swiss and Nainsook, at, yard ...5 llcauttful Dress Flouncing- in Cambric and Swiss, 16c yard values 7V4 Exquisite wide Embroideries Swiss, Mull and Handkerchief Cloth, a broad assortment on For Silks It's Unquestion ably Hay den's There's not a color or weave that fashion favors but you will find it here and the splendid north iight makes matching of colors a real pleasure. $1.25 Bilk Poplins, Satin Charmense and Crepe do Chines, in all the new street and evening shades, at, yard 88 Yard Wide Chiffon Dress Taffetas, a most beautiful lustrous silk more than ever popular this season, in all new shades, Belgian Blues, Battleship Grays, Sands, Putty, etc., two qualities, yd. 88, 81.28 Yard Wide Tub Silks and SUk Poplins, $1.00 quali ties, in all new colorings, 75 pieces In the lot, at, yrd : 68 Plain and Fancy Press Silks, 20 to 36 inches wide, Messallnes, Foulards, Tub Silks,. Chiffon Taffetas, Satin Stripe Mescalines, etc., up to $1.25 yard val ues, at 38t, 48t and 68? Black Batla Dutchess. Chiffon Taffetas. Pallet de Hoie, Peau de Sole, etc., $1.00 to f 1.25 yd. value Friday, 780 $2.60 and $2.9$ Black Crepe de Chines, 40 to lnchen wide: on sale at, yard fl.78 Crowd Bringing "New Spring Dresses, in Silks and Serges, $5.00 to $8.95 values, in new yoke and high waist styles, at Cf AC JP. 09 OC (New Spring Coats, big assortment of new styles and in motet desirable colorings and :;-'x:$5.98 Gingham Petticoats, ' cut full, well made, make good quality gingham, at 10 Beautiful Trimmed Hats $A98 For present wear A . a A great line or special at Our most expert milliners who have for many years trjmmed hats for some of Omaha's best dressed women have been busy for weeks originat ing, copying, and preparing this most beautiful line of hats wo have ever offered, right at the beginning of the season. - The Shapes include the new Poke Bonnets, Sailors from the tiny brim to the extreme large rolling styles, Shepherdress and the latest three-cornered hats in milan, hemps, lustritte, leghorn and barn yard braids, in all colors, solid black and black and white combinations. The Trimmings are in the new flower effects, Georgette and velvet ribbons, novelty feathers, wings and quills, daintily artistic, each hat distinc tive and the choicest line ever shown at sale price, 54.'JS. 500 New Hemp Sailors, $1.49 values, in black and colors, six different styles - . a a a asaa . W iL 1 SI Beautuul rrmt wreames ent colors and regular 98c To Reduce the Tr. Vardan'a Tire and yea will sav from a te oa arooerle ut ,. Oar alsa is aaUty at ta - price. 17 lbs. beet Granulated Suar..W0 1 bar Heat -'Jim -All. Diamond C Ienux, White Rusalan or Laundry Queen Whit Laundry Soap...s&e I lba. best White or Yellow Cora- mal for T lba. beat Rolled White Breakfast Oatmeal cans Oil er Mustard Sard toes. .Sao Tbe best Domestic ilafaroiU Verml- eelll or Hpaa-hettl. pk TVe 4 lba Fancy Japan Head Rlc ...ta Tall cans Alaska 8aJnon 10 t cans l.u L.u hcourtna" toap....e cases tSilane Scouring- oap....S5 E. C. Corn 1as. pkf ae Grape-Nuta, pka .....10 K-vs. cans Condensed Milk. . . . TVe i-aallon cans Uolden Table Syrup for " e f iba pur Buckwheat Flour.... a 4 lbs. test hand ptcksd Navy Beans for , .,... a fry H.AYPEKI to stand in the wsy. Po when Hsrvey Ives of Talmg came In to Omaha and offered ta buy clothes for John Olllan, a federal prisoner awaiting grand Jury action cn a minor charge, and offered to give the young man a Job and help "make a man of him," Prosecutor Howell readily agreed to release Olllan on his Underwear Section Domastlo Boom, Friday Men's Heavy Cotton Ribbed Un derwear, shirts or drawers, reg ular 60c values, at 35t Boys' Blouse Waists, Percales, Madras, Chambrays and Black Sateen, with military collar and button cuffs, 60c values, 25 Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, all slr.es, 20c values, t .-...lSHa Ladles' medium weight Ribbed I'nlon Suits, regular and extra sizes, 50c values, at 35t Man's Press Shirts percales, madras and chambrays; fine assortment .neat patterns; worth to J1.S0. at 49o Men's and Bos' Outing Flannel Crowns. 60c values, at 9Bo Men's Handkerchiefs lndlaro blue, Turkey red and plain white; regu lar 10c values. for B5o . i . i r for Graduation and Communion Dresses in Organdies, Bargains in Domestic Room SuitDept AXL Winter Coats that sold up to $15.00 will be closed out in Do mestic RoomFriday at one price; your -choice, ' at .......... $2.95 and $7.95 Wash Waists, in white and colors, slightly soil ed, to 76c values, on sale at ..... 15 House Dresses, $1.26 values, hams, Madras cales, at . hT ' t " 88c in several outer- aq values, Friday at. . ft JC Cost of Living Advo Jell for dessert nothlnar like It pka. TVie 1-lb, cans Assorted Soups Ve a-lb. cans fsncy Beset Sugar Corn. karly June Peas, Wax. String. Orsen or Lima Beans iTfee 1-lb. cans Golden Pumpkin. Hominy. Sauer Kraut or Baked Beans. THe SS-oa. Jar pur Fruit Preserves S& 29 -os. jars pure Strained Honey IM Larae bottle Worcester Hauce. Pickle assorted kinds. Horsarad- lsh or Prepared Mustard SV Parker Hous Catsup, bottle... THO Yeaat Foam, pkg 3 The beat Tea tilftlngs, lb It We Golden Santos Coffee, lb SOe Tb beet Striutly Freeh Sara . . SO Th beat Creamery butter, carton or bulk. lb. S3e Kancy Country Creamery Butter, a Fancy Dairy Table Butter, lb...S Good Dairy Butter, lb.- . . . . 4 . .goo Full Creain White er Colored Clieea Per lb , . .aoa Jenny Bros. Famous BrHk Che.ua, per lb . .'. so own bond. Ives red been befriended hj Oillsn s parents, Sow dead. Olllan haa been In iall for several moutna on in. charge of carrying a fls'k of whisky onto the Winnebago Indian reservation. It 1 sld there Is some doubt as t wbether he would ever be Indicted by the gTand Jury- Domestic Room Friday's Rales of Cotton Good Offer Substantial Havings. Sheet inn. full bleached, 81 Ins. wide, 27c quality, yd. S3 Sheeting, unbleached, 70 Ins, wide, 25c quality; yd. 20 Muslin, unbleached, 36 to 38 Ins. wide, 8c qual., yd. 4f Cambric, fine grades, mill lengths. 10c and 12 He quali ties, yard 6 Gingham-, skirting Stripes, greys, blues, etc., yd... OVi White Aron Check Dimity, Emb. dot Swiss and Pique, yard 10t Remnants of linings, ginghams and sultines, yard ... .3 Curtain Elamlne, lace border effects, white, ecru and print ed novelties, yard 10 Tertales, 38 Ins. wide, light or dark colors, skirting and dress styles, good values, at, yard 7H Table Damask, 58 Ins. wide, 39c goods, for, yard ..25 Towels, extra large, led wr ders, soft finished huck. each, at 10 Pretty 18-inch Flouncing and Corset Cover Em broideries, up to. 25c yard values. Friday, yd. 10 J7-lnch Flouncing, lace trimmed and fancy scal loped, up to 7 5c. yd. values, Friday, at, yard .,39t A Fino Line of Swiss and Convent Enibroideriee, In srtings and Readings, 10c to 50c values, yard at ......74 to 29 special sale at 60c on dollar. Friday Specials in Wool Dress Fabrics Two Special Lota of Spring Dress Fabrics, includ ing all wool Serges, Poplins, Crepes, Diagonal Suitings and fancy checks,. Friday,, yard at .....38 and 48 Two Lots of 64-inch .Wool .Suiting, Granites, Taffetas, Espaqglo, all'wool sponged and shrunk Serges, etc., in the best. colorings, yd. 68, 08 Black and White Check Suitings, all wool fabrics 44 to 64 ins. wide, splendid assortment, yard, at -68t UP New Covert and Gabardine Suitings in Sand, Putty, Battleship Grey and other popular shades, yard ... ....$1.48 and $1.68 See the New Dress Skirt Models In our dress goods department. We make skirts to your measure, guaranteeing fit and workmanship. Ask us about them. New Spring Suits, made to sell to $15.00, good as sortment of styles, in most wanted fabrics and colorings, g I New Dress Skirts in broad assortment of new models, light, medium and dark color?, made to sell at $4.00 and $5.00, n qm on sale Friday, at choice. . . . . .p4 iO $1.00 and In Glng . and Per- -SO Whit Embroidered Voile and Batiste Waists, to $1 values, special Friday, at ... 39 Try Hay den9 s .Imported Swiss or Roquefort Cheese. e I per id 4oo Fancy Queen Olives, auart 36o aUs-alaad sTaval Oraares for Quallty The pride of California tree ripened Per dosen. iaio, lSo, Sua aad 8& Chase's farnoas Florida Orap Fran. ; . a aad Tt- Taars Is nothlnr finer rrovn. is is. iax oooKxao fotatoxi f o iTVke Touns Wisconsin Cu.bbas, lb... fie Red Globe Onions, per lb 1U Fresh Beets. Carrots, Turnip, Rd. Isbea or fcli slots, per bunch..... Cape Cod Cranberries quart ... a Fancy Cooking and Ealing Apple. per pec k 30o S large Soup Bunches lOe . Fancy Head Lettuce, head TVie 2 heads fresh Leaf Lettuce be I Arcs Cuoumbers, each ........ too ttoraeradlah Root, per lb. TVte Fancy California Rhubarb, lb . . 6e Fancy CaJlfornla Cauliflower. Te i large Green Pepper lOe Old Beets, Carrots, Turnip or Pars nips, lb t IT PATS f """ 1 .W I'll mi mimn, B i m Ik vW' 7 V First I 5'