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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 14, 1915.
.OUTLOOK IN MEXICO
Carrmra Will Help Foreigner.
Leave and Zapata General Prom
ise! to Admit Provisions.
NO MORE REPORTS OH JTMAKUS
"WASHINGTON, Msrch 18. Mex
ico City was reported quiet today
and officials hero expected all con
ditions to improve with the occupa
tion of the Zapata force. Secretary
"I think we are . la pretty good
shape. Carranza has promised to
permit people leaving the capital to
travel over the portion of the rail
road he controls, while the Zapata
general In command there has un
dertaken to admit food supplies."
nbrjraa Whfibo( tfnkaawa.
The whereabouts of General Obregon,
evacuated the city, is not known here. I
Some importance It attached to it by of
ficials because or the bearing' it win nave
on Carranxa's forces and ,hla ability to
maintain himself at Vera Crus.
No further reports were received today
en the killing; of John M. Mc Manna by
Zapata troopers. With the assurances
from the KPata commander that the
guilty men would be punished, officials
awaited the result of the detailed Inquiry
and a response from the Zapata author
ities to the American demand for Indem
nity to the American's family.
Dresher Bros.' $57,000 Clean
ing Plant All in a Flutter
and Preparing for Spring.
Have Your Winter Clothes
Cleaned Thoroughly Before
Putting Them Away
For the Season.
Aha! Ah! "Mr. Sunshine" the
bright, spirited, light hearted "pres
ence" that suggests spring and balmy
weather. He (or It), may not be
with us today, but If he isn't he will
In other words, get ready for
Spring! If you've any Spring cloth
ing left over from last year get It
out; have Dreshers clean it up; have
Dreehers change the lines and style
so that the garment will look aa
though produced thia season. And.
if you are about to pack away any
winter clothing don't pack it until
vou've had every piece cleaned. ' If
you don't have clothes cleaned be
fore nacklnsr them away you are in
vitlng their destruction, if or microbes
live and increase wnerever a uuw
soiled snot appears.''
And now 4s the time to try out
Dresner's wonderful Rug Cleansing
Process; -there's nothing else like
it in thU .part of . the. country.
Dingy rooms are transformed into
bowers of light and cheer if the floor
coverings look right, but if the rug,
for instance,. Is full of a year's ac
cumulation of footsteps you cannot
expect to have it look right Remem
ber, when Dresners clean a rug, xeei,
surface and color look yery much
While you are sending ruga to
Dreshers send also blankets, pillows,
comforters, draperies, etc. Have
all these things cleaned and cleaned
thoroughly. . If you do you'll live
better, breathe better, sleep bettor
and enjoy better health on general
principles, for health is always pres
ent where cleanliness abounds.
The Dresher $57,000 plant is sit
uated at 2211-2213 Farnam street;
the private phone exchange num
ber is Tyler 345.
Dreshers pay express or parcel
post charges one way on all out-of-
town shipments to any point in
America. Dresher's Brandels store
nranch is situated at the entrance
to the Pompeian Room. Dresher,
the Tailor, (same Dresher), is at
1615 Farnam St.
RETRIAL FORCASH REGISTER
Company Granted New Hearing by
United State Circuit Court
VIOLATED ANTI-TRUST LAW
CINCINNATI. O . March ll-The United
States ctreult court of appeals today re
versed the lower court in the ease of the
government against John H. Patterson,
presidant. and twentr-elx ether officials
op former officials of the National Cash
Resistor company ef Dayton, C, and re
manded It back to the district court for a
Mr. Patterson and his associates were
found guilty of violating the Sherman
anti-trust law and sentenced to serve
prison terms and fined.
The upper court based Its action upon
Its finding that the first count ef the In
dictment which charged the defeadsnt
with being guilty of conspiracy to re
strain trade In violation of the Sherman
act, had not been proved by the evidence,
and that the second and third were de
fective and should have been permitted
to enter Into the trial of the ease In the
lower court. It is held that conspiracy
had to be proved aa existing within three
years of the time the indictment was
drawn, and that the government failed
to offer convincing evidence to sustain
"Before the decision in the case of the
United States againat Kissel." the court
said, "th question of continuance of a
Conspiracy was In confusion and the
authorities In conflict. Tho position there
combatted was that a conspiracy could
not have continuance in time.
"It was argued that It could not. be
cause it consisted In an unlawful agree
ment and a agreement does not have a
continuance. But this is no longer sn
accurate definition of a conspiracy. A
conspiracy Is constituted by an agree
ment. It is true, but It ia the result of the
agreement, rather than the agreement It
self. A conspiracy Is a partnership In
"There is no such thing as a reasonable
conspiracy. the court declared.
' The decision holds that the seoong
count la defective because of. Its omoer-
tatnty, and that the third count is de
fective because It Is Insufficient and does
not charge an offense against the United
States. Both of these counts charged
that the defendants had tried to monopo
lise the cash register, business In . the
"Actually doing business. ns matter
how large, is not a monopoly." the court
Should Have A eked lllp.
'The competitors who were attacked
should have called upon the courts to
protect them while they were being attacked."
The court held that Dlstriot Judge Hoi-
lister, the trial Judge, had erred in not
austainlng the demurrers to the two last
oounts when they were raised by the at
torneys for the defense.
The decision laid stress upon the fact
that the trial court had told the jury
that the defendants could not be found
guilty on the first count, charging con
spirac jr., unless they had conspired within
three years. It continued hi part:
'But the defendants were entitled to
have the Jury instructed specifically that
they could not be found guilty aa to the
competitors who ceased to exist before
lwT. Toe defendants asked specific In
structions to this effect. These instruc
tions were given as to six of them. They
should have been given as to the other
twenty. That such instructions were
given aa to six made It mora prejudicial
that they were not given as to the other
Mothers Make This
Home Made Cough Syrup
The good, tender, thoughtful mother
t an make a full pint of the quickest act
ing, permanent result giving cough syrup
which can be used by the whole family
- for coughs and colds, thus preventing
pneumonia, sore throat, diphtheria and
i.ther fatal maladies. Just obtain a con
centrated fluid known as Essence Heu
tho-Laxene-a S'4 os. bottle, and empty
it into a pint jar or bottle. Then take a
pint of granulated sugar and pour over
It a half pint of bollliig water; stir, cool
and fill up the botte with the syrup. Full
dlrectlona for making and using are con
tained on each package. All good drug
slats sell It, or it can readily be obtained
of their wholesaler. Thousands of fami-
11.. ...Us thlm WtllU rf U f h A TV-
I 1 1 Maw v - v. - - r
lies and thoroughness. Advertisement.
Boy Carrying Money
To Colorado Solon
Put Under Arrest
DENVER. March It-Carl Gibson.
messenger boy, was arrested at Sterling,
Colo., and brought to Denver today to
be questioned by the district attorney In
oonn action with the investigation of Rep
resentative W. W, Howlsnd's receipt of
a package of currency in the Colorado
house of representatives. Gibson disap
peared soon after a legislative committee
began taking testimony In an effort to
determine who sent the money to How
land and what tor. He waa reported to
have carried the package of money into
the house chamber.
At a hearing of the legislative commit
tee, lasting- until after midnight this
morning, Howland said that his former
explanation waa false and that the money
actually was sent by Dr. Mary Bates, to
be paid to a woman defective. Mrs. La.
U Hartsell, a detective, testified that
she waa employed by Dr. Bates to
"shadow John S. Phillips, probation of
ficer of the Denver Juvenile court. Bills
for the abolition of this) oourt, presided
over by Judge Ben 8. Lindsay, are pend
ing in the legislature.
Judge Lindsay said today that he had
made oomplalnt to District Attorney John
Kuan, asking for the arrest of persona
supposed to be connected with the How
land affair, on charges of oonaplraoy.
Rush previously had announced that the
whole matter would be presented to the
county grand Jury.
Carl Gibson, the messenger, told the
district attoniey that the package he car
ried to the house chamber was given htm.
not by a woman, but by a man, accord
ing to Lindsay.
Dr. Mary Bates could not be located
Broadway tt 29$ Si
-Am Hotel Where) Coasts are Made
to Feel at Home1
Not too large, yet large
. enough to afford the
maximum of value at
SO fsesMJKsVre Jtstararaei CUrgS
Single Resets vita tasataf Water
I. SO IS .KWHJ
Sin via Booms with Tb'j er 8
Deckle Rooms with Raaalna Water
2.o ts t.eo Pt df
Death Rossis ink Tub sr baewar
S3.60 te Se.SO ear ear
EDWARD C FOGG. Nxmi ParecSar
ROT U BROWN. HUmt
THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER
TIFLJS, Transcaucasia, March 11 (Via
Petrol red and London, March II. An
attempt on the part of the Turkish army
operating In Turklah Armenia to drive
back the Russian forces which has ad
vanced westward along the short of the.
Black Sea. from Batum, has met with
defeat. The Turkish assumed the of
fensive in the river Tchurlk district on
March 0, but were thrown back. The
Russians captured aa entire battery.
Reverses also have been sustained by
the Turklah forces In northwestern Per
sia. They were compelled to retreat a
considerable distance tn the districts of
Khoi and Dllman. At Dllman. which la
sixty miles north of TJrumlah, the Rus
sians captured several heavy guns and
a quantity of ammunition. The Turks lost
heavily In killed and wcanded and the
Russians took, many prisoners.
Liver t"essllet Makes Tea Vw
ba.r. No Joy la living if your stomach and
liver don't work.- Stir your liver with
Dr King's Mew Life Pills. All druggists.
Sunday, March 14, 1915-
-STORE NEWS FOR M0NDAY-
-Phone D. 137
BuurgeMaiglhi al 2 (Quality Kg a toairaimt
S Tratftm (QmiaMtv Vata0 atnofiaetir iteirwk
These Charming NEW SILK FROCKS for Street and
Afternoon Wear. $14.50
Are Really Remarkable Values
THE illustrations on the right give yon
but a meager idea of what thoso
dresses represent in style and value
yon must come and see them to realize
the full importance of the offering.
There are a number of very
Into spring styles from which
to select, of which
Three Are Illustrated Here.
And you can surely find a style
that suits you best and will
satisfy your fondest desire.
The materials are crepo de
chine, crepo meteor, taffeta
All the most favored shades
aro included, such as Belgian
blue, battle gray, aJso black
Other SILK DRESSES at
$19.50, $24.50 up to $85.00
argess-Taak On. Maenad or.
The Stage of Your Store
Is Set for Spring
A NEW season begin!! Spring stocks assumo their
final stage of completeness, with greater assort
ments and varieties than ever before.
An exposition of particular service to the entire commun
ity in revealing the most bHVming fashions, bringing into
relief the most salient and distinguished features of tho
style trend so that to see is to know and understand.
It's our constant aim to be of "THE GREATEST SER
VICE TO THE GREATEST NUMBER ' that our co-operation
may be keener and our merchandise more worthy.
That we have accomplished this result to some extent, at
least, we want you to come and judge, for wo launch our
new season with a sincere conviction of having done our
And we await your verdict, not breathlessly, but with
confidence. . BUItGESS-NASII COMPANY.
Announcament of Probably the Greatest
Jewelry Sale . Ever Held in Omaha Will
Be Made Within the Next Few Days. It's
the Stock of the Aaron's Gift Shop. Wait!
BUILDING A FIGURE With the
Aid of the "LA VICTOIRE" Corset
SCORES of women, who until last
week had no pretensions towards
possessing a figure, have now learned
that they have really pleasing forms.
All that was necessary was to bring
out the good lines with the right kind
of corset, and this, Miss Lewis, the ex
pert La Victoire corsctiere, soon show
ed them how to do. If you have never
La Victoire Corsets
let Miss Lewis choose a pair for iou. Her
experience will aid you In selecting a model
which cannot (ail to improve your fcrm.
Made so scientifically that they conceal de
ficiencies. By gently, yet effectively induc
ing a correct carriage thVy actually assist Na
ture tn building up a beautiful figure. Miss
Lewis demonstration of these famous I
Victoire) Corsets (which continues this week)
has been so unprecedentedly successful that It
Is more than likely that you will want to
Burgess-Vash Co. Seooaa rioor.
ECONOMY BASEMENT SALESROOM
REMARKABLE VALUES in the
DOMESTIC DEPARTMT Monday
New Tango Chiffon, Yard, 15c
TILE new floral, striped and conventional designs, resem
bling the high cost embroidered fabrics. Black and
white as well as delightfully bright colorings so much in
demand this season. Tango chiffon is a light, soft finished
fabric, very desirable for making stylish m
summer dresses, 34 inches wide; Monday, I
of T0 1s1 sts a
CI lye, J MX )
Romper CIoUw. Yrd 12 c
New 32-inch Romper cloth, just
Dress Goods Mon
day at 98c a Yard
TILTS buying opportunity
comes in plenty of time
for Easter, too. Granite,
crepes, storm serges, Prenoh
serges, Vigoreaux suitings,
opingles, French crepes,
shadow striped suitings, vre
poline, fancy ohecks and
stripes, 42 to 54 inches wide.
NEW WOOL DRESS
Shepherd checks, poplins,
French serges, crepes and
storm serges, 42 to 52 inches
wide range of new shades.
argsee.WaeH Oo, Mala rioog
Silk Suitings in Stylish Weaves or Suits
and Dresses at $1.49, $1.69 and $1.95
THE materials include plain silk faillies, plain and fancy
Gro de Loudre, plain and changeable chiffon taffetas,
etc. The assortment includes all the new shades for the
coming season, 36-in. wide
SILK CREPE DE CHINE, AT 98c
Very desirable for underwear, waists and dresses, flesh
pink, light blue, lavender, yellow, cardinal, navy, tan, taupe,
ivory and black, 42 inches wide.
Black 811k Faille. SI. 49
36 Inches wide, Yery desirable
for suits and dresses.
Black Chiffon Taffeta, SI .39
Pull 40 Inches wide, soft pretty
finish, very special.
Wash Silks, at 50c
Neat styles for shirts, dresses
and waists, 32 inches wide.
Imported Pongee, 69c
All silk Imported pongee, nat
ural color, 32 Inches wide.
85c FANCY SILKS AT 4So YARD.
CPFflAI Foulards, brocades, taffetas, mescalines and many
-wi other weaves, in stripes and fig
85c, at 48c yard.
ures, regularly to
argeas.sTasa 0v Vela moor
Unusual Sale of Stearns & Foster MAT
TRESSES at Big Reductions for Monday
THIS wiu be your opportunity to learn the facta about the most comfortable, durable and sanitary line
of Cotton Felt Mattresses on the market" Manufactured in the largest mattress factory in the world
conform to all sanitary laws contain only new, clean material throughout over a million and a. half
now in us and "Uncle Sam" hag purchased over 60,000 for his various Army Posts.
An Important point, the makers, Stearn A Foster as well as Burgess-Nash stand back of every But
tress sold guaranteeing them to give absolute saUs faction that they will not lump or pack.
the thing for making tub dresses,
play suits, etc., woven by the
Amoskeag Mfg. Co. Equal to
much higher cost fabrics. The
colors will not fade; Ol f
Monday, yard l awjjC
Silk and Cotton Fabrics, lo
Wash fabrics, attractive light
weight novelties for warm weath
er wear. The new shades for
spring and summer season are in
cluded in this sale at,
yard . . . .
urgass-aTasa Co. Sooaomy Baaeaaeat.
12c Lonsdale Cambrics, yd. BHc
Lonsdale cambric. The name is
sufficient guarantee, on Al
sale from bolt, at yard. . ?zC
Boft Finish Muslins, Yard 6c
Soft finish for the needle, many
well-known brands, bleached mus
lin, perfect goods, 3 to 10 yard
lengths. Just received from the
New England Mills, on sale,
Apron Ginghams, Yard 4 He
Peerless and Amoskeag apron
checked ginghams. The values
are well-known, desirable
lengths, Monday, yard. . . t2v
25c to 35c SHEER and MEDIUM
WEIGHT WHITE GOODS, at 15c
TTERY desirable for waists, dresses and children's wear. In this lot
V we Include: 86-lnch fancy weave marquisette: 36-Inch
fancy weave sheer voile: 36-lnch plain sheer voile: 86-inch
plain sheer crepe: 37-inch tub crepe: 45-lnch sheer French
lawn; 32-inch aatin stripe flaxons. Choice
Buqraas-sTaaa Oo OBooaemy Baeemsat.
Sale and Demonstration of "WEAR
EVER" Aluminumware Continues
The "Luxurious" MatttrtM, 2Q HVL
pf? Uiually $12.00, Monday, at POe0
(Mwfj. Covered with fancy art or A. C. A. tlck-
, log, fined with pure cotton felt, SO-
pound weight, French roll edge. Regu-
nr price 112.00. Spe'l Monday at $8.75.
-rCa Mi ill Vi
fstUJOeAttauWl-.r'tfll f' 1 7 7 W
The "Comfort" Mattreif, dC OC
Uiually $9.00, Monday pO.UD
The comfort mattress la made of all
pure cotton felt, full 60-pound weight,
covered with fancy ticking and finished
with roll edge. Regular grade.
The "SAXON" MATTRESS, f- o CA
Usually $16.30 Value, Monday, at pl&eOU
Pure white cotton felt. A beauty! Makes bed time
a pleasure, 60-pound weight, covered with fancy art or
A. C. A. ticking. Roll edge; regular price 816.00;
Monday S) 2.00.
$20.00 "Smooth Finuh" t 1 C
Mattre.i, Monday, at ylf
The smooth finish mattress em
bodies all the advantages of the tufted
and tuftless mattresses and none of the
disadvantages. Cannot stretch or lose
its shape wUl not lump or pack two
mattresses in one high-class workman
ship and material throughout. It la
built for rest.
Bargeaa-Vask Oo Tfclsc riser.
This Coupon is Worth 40c,
This coupon and 16c will secure
this genuine "War Ever" aluminum
stew pan, as Illustrated, 1 -quart site, shal
low, tbat retails regularly for 65o, Monday.
No Mall or Telephone Orders Accepted.
i i - , r
suae, worm idc.
else, worth eOel
slse, worth, 80ol gn
sauce pans and cover, J-quart
a Is, the kind that sells regularly
at II 1. Monday, at TSe
Bpun Aluminum Tea Kettles; reg
ular 82.78 values $1.40
Heavy No. 8 Cast Aluminum Tea
Kettles; regular 84 values. .$2.75
Aluminum Tea Spoons; regular
6c values, 2 for So
Five Cents First Payment
Brings you at onoe a $60.00 (list price) Brand New
Hit Straight - Automatic lift Lock and chain stitch.
STANDARD ROTARY NEW "ERA" dQQ flf.
SEWING MACHINE. PRICE pO.UU
No need now for
you to be without
a good, satisfactory
This "New p;ra" Selling Plan
is copyrighted. Cannot be used
elsewhere. All rights reserved.
We are the authorized agents
her to sell STANDARD Ma
chines. . Barges a.Vask Ce Third TXavt.
The Lifetime guarantee backs up the STANDARD Rotary
The first week you pay five cents. The Machine is delivered
at once. The second week you pay 10c, tho third week you
pay 15c and so on until the machine is paid for. It takes
39 weeks to complete the payments.
Or you may reverse the payments and pay the
last payment first and for each of the last or
final payments which you pay in advance, a
cash dividend of 10c each will be earned and in
this way it is possible for you to save $3.80 if
Don't wait. Wearedeliv
ering machines in rotation
as orders are received. At
the rate they are coming
in thia sale cannot con
tinue long as our supply of
machines to sell on these
terms is limited.
Visit our new Depart
ment. Sewing lessons and
advice given free. Mail
orders filled. Send us your
Your films free
when aa order Is
left for printing.
EVC RYDODT'fl CTORE
In knitting and
chetlng at the art
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