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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1915)
TIIK HKK: OMAHA, FIUDAY, SKITEMHER 3. 1913.
BRiriSH SINK FOUR
TrannporU Are Torpedoed by Sub
marines In Dardanelles and Ad
OTHERS DAMAGED BY SHELLS
TARIS, Sept. 2. Four Turkish
transport have been torpedoed by
Announcement to. this effect was
made here officially as follows:
"In the Dardanelles the last week
of A a runt has been calm throughout
in the southern fronts In the north
ern tone troops delivered succeeeful
attacks which put them In possession
of a hillock to the west of Buvuk
Anafarta, which had been contested
"T the transpor Mink on August 20 lv
one of our aviator In the anchormen at
Acbashlllman It la ne.eesary to add four
transports torpedoed by British subma
rine, two of them at the same potnt and
two others between Oatllimll and Nagara.
"Tha (una of the battleship have, hit
several veasela anchored In the straits."
CHINESE CLOTHES FOR WOMEN As advocated by
Miss Kathleen Howard, contralto of the Royal Opera, Cov
ent Garden, London, and the Royal Opera, Darmstadt,
shown in the photo as she appears on the streets of New
York In the costume she wears everywhere, except on the
DEMS TO ABROGATE
UWTO SOLYE MIX
(Continued from Pag One.)
future welfare of the' domocratkj party
and Its ability to keep It pl.Urana In
offloa la paramount to keeping tha laws
of the state or taking suh action aa
would aav tha stale from Irrnparable
. Attorney General Willis Reed aald thla
morning that ha believed tha Oardea law
unconstitutional and that he believed
that the department could go ahead and
pay out the money coming to tuain aa
they saw fit and turn the balance Into
the treasury. In substantiation of that
statement he aald to newspaper men who
called on him:
w Fire Companies.
With reference to the sals., lee of Dep
uty Fire Oomm.salonr Kluse.l and Ma
siMUtants. In w..l,h the money for the
payment of tha s.,in haa been paid into
tha state, treasury by ..eilai.i insurant
fotivinle. It any Insu.ame company
Vliirn paid the fees Intj the tnasuiy de
sires the deputy fire comml loner to
oomlnu.. h s s.iend(l turn, It lies in the
power of the Insurance company to In-
ttltuie a mandamus prorwdinrf against
I. a state treasurer to compel iilm to pay
the expenses as contemplated In the 1
oriaiiiaiiy t-aaed creating ,iie uepartment
of fire commissioner, l have never enter
tained any doubt upon that po.nt, and so
inionned Deputy Fire Coiniulealuner
KkigtU while the eg.s a.ure waa in aee-
lo.. 1 tu not railed upon to exurvas
any opinion re.atlv. to other fees appro
pi UM o. out to P approbated at ny
time du.lng the session 01 the legislature.
It la quite evident mat Tieaau.er Hall
la homstiy In doubt and doe. not wlnh
o incur any liability upon hia bond., la
my official capacity I have given an
oplnluu that the feea which were to be
-used for the department of the deputy
lire o mmlas oner should be audited by
the auditor and paid by tha treasurer,
and neither would be llsb a uon his
bond.. 1 am confidant thla is tha law. If
1t Is not, atlll the treasurer would not
I liable upon his bond if he fo luwed the
advice of he legally constituted author
ity anated by the const tutton and lawa
of the state just the sam as the pubilo
-ara protected in tha event of consuming
the county attorney, where they have
honest y and dearly stated all the facta.
.' Offiaere Protected".
The county attorney might possibly be
''wrong, lt fcue law pruUcia the public
oi.loer wben they iiava Honestly acted
upon the advice of tna proper i gal au
thority created uf tha law to render suun
services, and that may be one ot tne
rasaou why the attorney la rv quired to
klvo a bond, Inesec.lve of tne poeei
bl,riy of any money aver reaching his
"No, I do not think it Is necessary for
a special session of tha legislature. If
.Deputy Pood, Oil and Dairy Commis
sioner Herman would continue bis de
partment aa heretofore, with the eioep
tlon of paying the feea Immediately into
the state treasury, he would first pay all
nuceasary expense of collecting tha fees
and administering the law in the most
efficient mauner, and deposit the exoesa
in a bank, and at tb end of the yeati
turn such exoesa Into tha state treasury,
the state ot Nebraska would have the
full benefit of the law which waa ore
aled tor the public health and aafety ot
the people, and which the people are
much more Interested In than the fee.
In addition thereto, it would lose not.il., r,
financially, and would bridge over the
objection with relerence to tne appropri
ation, and which, no doubt, tne legisla
ture, honestly believed that it had done.
Need Mat L latereet. I
"The state would not neoesssrlly lose
tha interest upon the money In excess
of that which Is p&ld tor collecting tne
fea and administering tna afiaira of the
office, because the commissioner could
deposit tne money and obtain Interest
thereon, but good faith requires tnat he
rlmulu keep an accurate loulvtdual per
sonal account of every Item received and
of eacn Item paid out. aa well a the
amount of Interest which la erued upwa
tlie money uui.l tue end of the year, and
at the end of each mootn publl-h the fact
to the public, tnat anyone wno snoulu
ee fit to complain might do so. I a.u
confident the general publla would ap
prove such a course instead or Catling a
special cession ot tne legieiatur to uisxc
certain beyond qusation, so as to fuilj
protect tne treasurer upon his bond.
' Tne stste is no different from an In
dividual lu accepting benefit of a con
tract and must aiso be cnargeo with tut
burdeu of iu IJn.esa the inspection go
on, the state would not receive the leea.
and la accepting the money In exees.
over ana above the expenses, tne state
woulu be bound by the contract to pay
the expense of Inspecting aud adminis
tering the law. It la not lbs stale s
money unui n is actually Paid Injo ln
- " . . i. m. j , a,au .www w uw ne,e we.
Itiaoecteu would not, and having volun
tarily peia. couia not, convieaii. 'in
danger of any possible lltigailon la oom
Pieiely elluiinaled. No one 1 Injured,
ft Ml it t i!
W T-71 i? lit
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ID T ita
U Forest Fires in Far
iMortuwusi ouuuucu "is
rOTlTLOMTJ. Ore., pept 2. Owing to
more favorable weathT conditions, th
forest fire situation In Oregon toda?
showed Improvement, although severe
fires In th stats were still uncontrolled
Lower temperatures, some preepltatlo
and an absence of w'nd, were a din
fire fighters in the National Forests, ac
cording to the district forester here
South of Mount Hood an extensive are
waa still ahlnee tort v. and a arg
force of men wss combatting IL ftevere'
small conflagration In the sam district
were being confined to given areas.
In lilon and Wallowa counties num
eron f're wer stll' bu-nlnr. Report'
ss to the progress of subduing them were
Indefinite. Fire In other parts of th
stat and In Washington are reported un
vara Urra Lrn II m II wtm uaj M
& COMPANY -
C I si
AGED, P-RALYT'C WOMN
IS BURNED TO DEATH
t,BAD. 8. T)., Bent. 2 Fire, which orljr
Inated with a leaking gasoline stove In
the Brettell block here tonlirht. caused
the death of Mrs. Otto Schroeder, aged
65, fatally Injuring Fireman Noonan and
destroyed the building with a loss of
SIO.OOO. Mrs, Schroeder. who was a par
alytic and was confined to her bed.
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a a m
Tlew'eet Cnsthi or Colds.
Dr. King's New Wlecovery should b'
in every home for coughs and colds
Children and ArM like It, 50c. AH drug
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
ran be rented quickly and cheaply by a
He "For Rent"
A Little of the Newest News Concerning
Fall Modes in Their Varied Moods
tlie pubho I benefited.
me It la th only se lunula way out of tb.
and It seems to
present chaotic condition.
"Ves, I am aware oi what la known a
th Uvruea law. Tnat duea not affect
my views In th least, aa it 1 clearly un
constitutional and no lawyer preteuda to
Beekman in Fourth
KOREflT HIIX8. N. Bept 1-Mau-
rtc E. McLaughlin of Ban Franclaoo de
feated Leonard Beekman of New York,
-4. n. n.
McLaughlin's play against th New
Yorker waa erratic At th net he was
In his usual smashing term, but appar
ently elected to do moat of his play In
tb deep court, where be 414 not show
witn extraordinary nruiiancy, lie waa
frequently weak on bla returns, uncertain
of hi service and had a number of foot
ftult called against him. Beekman,
however, was no match for th fori
vhamplcn, when h decided that ha needt-4
th Inning points. McLaughlin simply
moved up to tha net and with a variety
of strokes passed or smashed through
his opponent's play.
Cart Behr defeated Robert Leroy, 4-g,
Craig Middle defeated U L Grlnaelt,
t-1. t-I, -!.
W. Id. Johnston defeated D. 8. Walters,
. a-i -r
A "Fur Kale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture into cash.
STYLES ON PARADE
Climax of Merchants Market Week
Bring. Society Oat to See
CROWDS FLOCK TO SEE SHOW
A positively classic affair, that la
what tha Omaha atyla show waa at
the Auditorium laat night
Upwards ot 6,000 man and
women, gathered from one-fourth of
all the states In the American com
monwealth, crowded the Auditorium
until standing room waa In demand.
It waa the grand central feature,
the cllmactlo function, of merchants'
market week activities. With mer
chants gathered from twelve states
for one big active week In Omaha to
lay la their stocks of fall and holiday
gooda, the wholesaler are giving a
series of entertainments and recep
tions for them In the evenings, and
the style ahow la the tne event that
atanda out, that towera above all the
others In grandeur.
Oewaa Beaatlfal and Coatly.
Twenty-five of the fairest woman of
Omaha, South Omaha and Council
Bluffs displayed tha rlcheat and costliest
garments on tha market, wearing them In
grand series of promenades over the
handsomely deoo rated stag and through
a long colonnade entwined In flower.
Brilliant evening gowns costing as high
as t&OQ apleoe were worn In the demon-
atraUon work by th graceful models; aa
wall aa cloaks that are priced aa high
Yet thla does not mean that tha gar
ment exhibited were all made for the
rich alone, for there waa a wide range
of prices In th things shown. Cloaks
ranged In price from tft.71 to tlSO. At the
same time suits and gowns ranged from
vary reasonable prices to aa high as HoU.
Great Variety Skew a.
Between 400 and too garments In all
war shown In th modeling work, which
continued until after 19 o'clock In the
evening. Beaidea tha gowns, and cloaks.
.00 hat also wer shown to th best pos
sible advantage by thee traln4 models.
Then there waa enough of clever enter
tainment interspersed to make th ahow
move smoothly and wttnr attractive aplo.
Miss Eleanor Pruas of Chicago, con
tralto, gave a tumbet of aeleatlona
Other vocal and tnatrumenta mualc waa
interspersed. All th modeling waa dona
to the mellow fluting of skilled orchestra.
classic dancing was featured by
Eater th Ke.ee Match.
Annabell Sinclair drew applause wtth
her handsome little dance "The Blue
Danube. Oalatea,' featured her Pari
sian music ball dance. Introducing th
knee watch, and encored with a synco
pe led walk, all of which held th .M
spellbound until "h" exhibied saocklng
frankneaa by jerking off a wig and re
vealing a touseled man's head of red
"This Is positively great." aald Joaeph
Ke.tey, chairman of tha merchants' mar
ket week committee, when asked how be
liked th way th week was going to
gether with th atyla show,
"This la th grestteat crowd we ever
bad. and every one In the crowd la ex
ceptlonally well pleased.
The Importance of Omaha aa a mar
ket city la clearly shown by th fact that
many retailer have com -right through
Kansas City, Minneapolis, Bt. Paul and
other largo cltiea to coma to Omaha to
do tbetr buying this week. It muat be
remembered, too, that Omaha originated
tli merchanla' market aeek Idea, and
that, other cltiea that put on such a
event have merely copied It from Omaha,
1 "This style show Is the more remark
able when one remembers that thee gar
ments are largely nuule right here. When
a fashion lands In New York It Is re
ceived by us In Omaha as soon after that
aa the United Btates mall can carry IL
We get to work on It and manufacture)
the garments right her at home. It
would be a revelation to tens ot thou
eands of people to see the work along
this line that Is dona In aoms of tha big
Last winter 1 used a bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy for a bad bron
chial cough I felt IU beneficial effect
Immediately and before I had finished
th bottl I was cured. I never tire of
recommending this remedy to my
frlenda," writes Mrs. William Bright,
Fort Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every
where. All druggists. Advertisement.
Buya Sevea iteaaners.
.LIVERPOOL, Pent 1. The Journal of
Commerce says that Alfred Holt ft Co.
have purchased from T. B. Rovrfen A IV,
seven of the In I l.ne s e r which
are running between Now York and the
Renl a PianoNow!)
Grand Pianos mi L
for Rent . . . w VX
Free tuning. Insurance, stool
and scarf, months' rental al
lowed If you decide to purchtta
Scbmoller & Metier Flans 10.
XVoag. lsaa. 13U-11 remain.
Matin . Today, ado. Vntight,
S:90. All week. -
Ruskin's Wild Life Pictures
800 A MAZING SCENIC OF
Animal, Reptile, Bird & Bug Life
Bsunalalaaly oaecrtbed br Jha W
Ruaala. SMiuber el a,va eaaeeltlosa.
ti Chuarea 10 Adaits aoo.
breasted models. All
uita wtth extra pair trousers.
Agea 7 to 18 year. Unequaled
elsewhere at $5.00 to $7.60.
,or?o.....$3.50 & $5.00
Other smart itttes from ter
v e able $wt at 2 5 to
New Tnrkt flten hand'
ta o ed boy co'htt at 112
Another demonstration of our
nnequaled value-giving newest
Ideaa In Junior Norfolka, IVa to
7 years. Astonishing values, at
$3.50 ai d $5.00
Shepherd Checks, Smart Telveta,
All Wool Sergea, Taney novelties
No Such values Eusewner
TO FIND frocks, suits, eonts nil feminine appareling, indeed that
nre in tie vogue and yet havo the charm of individuality, will not
be an arduous task this yea, for ea'jh fresh arrival of fashion professed
n supreme faith in VARIEDNESS. And Laving begun with variety as
her theme, Fashion will declare no quarter until she ha presented for
milady's delectation the whole dazzling galaxy of her fall assemblage.
To begin with, the coat frocks! Aa welcome as the first crisp tang
of autumn air, are these cheery little f rooks of serges combined with
silks. Lriou sombreness of color, with n revealing touch of white at thu
collar, perhaps, they all agree. But as to style some there are with
Jong sashes, embroidered, others with deep collars, frilled, fulled skirts
flared, fitted bodices, tailored severely, or jaunty swinging coatee
weighted with huge buttons.
And the street suits are as varied. All skirts are reasonably short
and of a modified fullness; but here similarity ceases, for coats may bo
of the "sports" persuasion, short, natty, pleated, belted or tailored in
lines to define the figure, or only half-fitting in redingote fashion.
Evening frocks nnd gowns are more alluring, more youth-giving
thai) ever. The high colors of the old order have faded, giving place to
new soft tints of pastel daintiness; tulles, airy laces, filmy nets carry out
the "simplicity motif" most channingly, nnd bodices are quaintness, it-,
self, swathed in fichus of diaphanous fabrics.
Blouses run the whole range from tailored and of silk to fanciful
and cf lace. In the little indescribable touches, the turn of a cuff, the
adjustment of a collar, the flare of a cravat lies their allure. Of one
tiling be certain, fashion has given unstinted favor to blouses, and
they are more and more fascinating than ever.
"With these few suggestions in mind milndy may begin thus early and
with perfect confidence to lay the foundation of her winter wardrobe.
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liusmi II rnrma
Visit Our Greater
New Boys' Shop
Come and enjoy th conven
ient, the conscientious ser
vice, the broad selections and
matchless values altered in
our great modern daylight
boys' clothes shoptecond
Boya' Eati and rurniihlngt
Largest showing In the city.
New Department Main Floor.
cuaaanr arramaa. roa mum and wombm
At the 1915 Nebraska State Fair,
Sept. 5, 6, 7, 0, 9, 10 and 11
K0T1IINQ SUCCEEDS LIRE SUCCESS
atla Arlvera at th
Ware Is essssss ta a smtahaU aha auurl eat
werld, aaS the greateet aviates af Um all
DARNEY OLDFILO, LOUIS DI8DROW,
RAIMEY, ENOICOTT. CUNNINQ
And M ny Others.
OUflsU wfU rae wtth aa aarapUaa, give exhikltioa gHeea aag err t
hreak weriA's recerds. Xere Aaye f aaiemehil gaol eg asytaiassg
OeLLO.O TIIOMPSOn, Daring Aviator
taveat f tke seasatioaal taxsai frasa te I
laUag this laat taat tb. r.aowa4 aeaeig xaet
LflBOR DAY ly p UMDAYJEPI
ioa ta loey, givee Ue p-sin-eowa fiigat an slews ag a feat.
eiexiaia aaa Taorapeea a,sa.jsa x, avar-z-. a-iew
DEStBT J-E, THuTTIftQ OJIEllH, VAUDEVILLE.
MM COKCEBTS, RIVALED EXnl&tTS .
aisvlay la eeery liaa. Big-gast Aaie aaA acaatlaary aawa la
rD OOVCSaT.'Staiar Aiteraeaa aa4 avealar,
AbsLisaioa aaiay aawratag, wmaW a, aei hi
y. aae vaiijr Aasossi.a, aexa.
fan ra sua btats is in cajtKM m ftATsisj mil.
raoxAi. vavAzara oai si.t, msTi.moa&a.
NIErg aVOsvara, Vraaiaaat. W. 1
FOR THE GENUINE
TO A0IO) er!ESTBOr!
Ikt TLK3E SIPEEOMAY
ln:!sding Grand Stand
AUTOS PARKED FREE
Children Under 12 Years, Accompanied
by Guardian, FREE
TICKETS ON SALE AT MERCHANTS HOTEL
Progran Promptly at 2 P. U. Gates Open at 12:00 O'clock n
ACADEMY. 2!th ml Ftrnaa
dpaaa Meaday, Sept. 19th. Adult beginner. Monday and Thursday, If It Adulta
Kuvanceii, Tu.sd.v. bept. 14. f. M. (xsots) 4-nly new dance, taught la this oie.
Hlnh sihiHil tx-giiners Saturday, trft II, IP. M fupl's Joining claesea on opening
dale will be given II reduction ea lwLk AifilivaUoa reuelvea aaw, Uaraey lit)
And hlanjr (yOnee Attraotitxn,
Free) Mowtnc rVtauea Every
Thla Events: "Tha Bona ot
Toll." "Threw Roewe and MH
W ouldn't fctay Ixram."
Modem Woodmea of A overt ca
Ptcnle at Haavawa Labor Day.
ni All This Walk
Edward Lynch -tt.fZF?;"
lraala Wtlaaa's BaUg-atfal Oemedy,
aratlasss. la. See iti-, ssa, aa. foa.
aieas Week. Sts Modna. la aiu
SOS I'M WIAOW.'
Sally Mate, ana, Seary a, is at. 8ilL
TSM W Mertua a Xtum. Mrlm M,
Tiwr A aiaea, Willi Wenaa. aUr.ut rBHe, a
rw. , iie. v ru i ee
Q,,uM Traeal Weealf.
Pttae-Mua. 1. aa4 tea.
aa Sea. at an.. . a,w seals at ees. Nlsua, ISa,
-tmAstsm rva ciima
tXtrft Lff7 1 aiiy vats..ia-SS-BO(
Seaaea'g Opening Week of Joy
BOB MARChESTEh i bllkLESQUESS
Mollle Williams. Aerial Curxon 81s,
trrs. Bl ly liart A Onus Olils, Bealrloe
Marlowe, Geo. Louglaa, Prank Fanning,
Te.1 Kuril and Big beauty Chorus.
Lisni' Bziaa scat, wnanx sat
A DOLLAK KIIOW FOR A DIME
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