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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 191.'.
KEY YORK STOCK MAPIET
Uncertainty Expecting- Statu
Loan Provokes Some Uniet-
( TEAS 150 ON UlfUSUAL SCALE
NEW TORK, fler.t. 2J. -Uncertainty re
specting th statua of th AnRlo-Freniih
rred.t neotiallon provoked enine unaet-tlprm-nt
In the stock market today.
Trading erain on a very unusual
aval of activity, transactions epproxl
nutting a million sharea, but dealing
r tinder Bremer restrain. In that fluc
tuations were ! violent.
In piac of tha 10 to Jivpolnt advances
r declines which characterised recent
turbulent aea Ions, ehanaea rarely ex
ceeded I points. There were a f w notable
exceptions, however. General Motors tail
ing 11W polnta to Wlllya-Uverland,
lo &6; Kethlehem Bteel. I to 364, and
International Nickel, c newcomer, which
gose to i and closed at 211
The beat price of United State Steal
today was 78, which m above jea
terday's h'gh level, but heavy selling,
pome of which waa anauined to come from
abroad, caused It to decline to 77, closing
Other Industrials of the better clasa
IBioved unevenly, but American Hmeltlng
and aotne of the minor steels shares were
batter by 1 lo I polnta. Colorado Fuel,
which recently auffered a aevere decline.
Was among tha moat active stocks of Ita
kind, and closed at fftSs. up 1 points.
Petroleum shares moved to higher levels,
T company gaining m to the new
lilrh record of IM. and Mexican ePtroloum
gnaking an extreme s;ain of 1 at i
liaidwln Locomotive waa the only so
salied war share to make a new record,
rising 1 to t, while American Woolen,
Reported to be In receipt of profitable
fear contracts, added another 4 points and
B new high pries at 67.
The only noteworthy railway report of
Tie day waa thnt of Sr. tu hern, Faciflc,
t no wed a net gain of $1,24K,(hO for
August. 1ehtgh Valley disclosed net
Joe of IM.OuD.
Tha tone of the bond market waa
taulnr on moderate renewal of European
balling. oTtal sales, par value, aggregated
linked States bonds were unchanged on
Number of mm and leading quotations
n stocks today were:
Bales. Hi elk Iw. C1 .
fet-a (Ma ...... 7no ti n
yiiie-OHel-n ' V
4merlra Beet tNigar .'
eMrtnaa 'u Man
atiMrlraa IoeamolTa .... MID
yVwertesa ). R U.IU
MMrtesa . a R. pf....
Am. Ouaar Reflnlna..,.. K H 1'4
MMu Tet. A '1st.... JV 134
Aau-Vaui TnMrae K SMs
aamia Owe ."o 1H 71 H Tl
sihtMa l.s"S IW'i 101
jMkJOtrta lso hiy .... sti.ww n
lJilm Ohio........ S.7n0 SS
IteOlMMal Steel i
itronklra teM4 Treaalt.. fm MUj
CH ha A Okie......
ll MIA O. W ,
(mn M. St. P....
fc!rC N. W ,
"KIiaa, H. I. m P. Ry..
HO irvt 1W4 IMS
Unrsa rnal A Iroa,... V70
OvolMe atasl 17,70
?nr s H. O. pf
HAIUanf HmrtUM ....
171 S 1
Ami rlotthera pti
trt No. Or ef
U.frA H 444
l.ihiitni Rrnlorstlaa.. l."0 VS 4
lilln.l. Central W MIS 1
JnterhOTtHlsIl Va. Oara.
t,uu H? Bouthcrn..,
nmllli a Naahvills..
. t lis
in IMS V7
mi i!s iis ii's
Mmileaa Petroleum 17. '
Stlnenrl, K. T.
pimii Puttto ..
.Uaaal I L4a S
KrrtH, fPCT 14S
Vw Tork I5trl I.ta
r . m. H a H mo ts
Kortelk A WW1 I HIS HI 1
r.rldr. Ti. Tal
Pullmia r4aca Car....
(tar Coo. Oonpar
JutMiMta Iroa a 8tMl.
iMtLheni tlllway ....
, I. aw lios HS 1S
H'k 1 Hi"-.
11,(0 IMS 1WS IMS
Mulehskr C X3.KW 141
t.nsaHiM Cms 4."0 US
.... tkaiiMiur l.Tn 1M l'S IM
t ulna Piel'l '"
knlna -ein rM S
t .lira RtatM Bteel 14. 4' 7S T7 77 S
V. a. Steel 4 1'4S H
a. t.h ooviwr !." r; S
-eatra Valea l. tS 7 S
tmho' Kleotrlo ,.7lw 17IS li'S
... l.lno ios S M
l.AiO 40 l'iS J
Total aalM for th day, ,40 tharaa.
New York Mamer Market.
NEW TfTTtK, Sept. 2J -MKRCANTILIO
r A F KR itSf' per cent.
fcTKKMNil KXCHANQR - Blxty - day
dills, 14.67; demand. 14.71; cables. 14.7150.
MLVEH bar, 4!)Vc; Mexican dollars,
HoNDB Gevarnment, steady; railroad,
'"frMEJ TiOANS Rteady: sixty days. t
fit par eent; ninety days, iiji per cent;
ix month, 1 per cent.
CALL, U ON Kr Steady;! hlnh, t per
eent; low, IS, per cent; ruliiiK me, IS
rer cent; last loan, I per cant; closing bid,
par oent; offered at t por cent.
I,nesl Rrnehe and I: on da.
QwtUtloaa ranttahat kr Bam. Brtaker AY Ca.,
4 Omaha Nattaaal aaak kulldlaa:
Wu- Bid. Aaked.
AaMrtoaa Bwmrtttaa, pti A 14 14
Ivntrta Craamsiy M .....,. M '
era at Oa. v't .'S S
4f National bank at Oiatha II
yKlrvraat cyaisrr pti., m-IT Id il
Wlrauat Crwatanr l 1'S
i14 BiOe-. par at affl MS lo
lMula Tal. Co.. torn..... Pi PI
liMula Tsl. Co., yM 7 1
1 iimi nir Pit. a I., aeai it II
m.TwU first B U M
Cla C, B. St. Ry., at4 aslv.. 71
(.a a a e. b. a a t ms
X una Slooa Taraa aUMk MS S
ruarar Boaa II M
K.trt a 0a Ul u
. . - ul,.tl 4a lH
(u, J. I . first BMtrttat Is. HM..
Iilu, Wro , amnlelpl IS
Uaoola Tal. T.l. lull
Kona inaik Lc r. . IkM
ij Aaaie Rr , 1
4amM Aull4tfium 4S 1W
MM Wats 4S. leil
Oioilia A C B. t Kr. . Ill
talU Oe Mil
'icaiia t aloa Btuk Yarns 0. iM4..
ilKU( rHa Hckools am, 1
Lsalo Sioek Market. I
LONDON, Kept. IS in the American
avactlun of tha atock exchange copper
enaraa had a good ton and aleel ahare
were atrong and active, heverel Amerl
ran rail and bun1e also changed hands.
5 r-a closing waa firm.
HI. VI- il-Har. per ounoa.
MiiNtV-SH'flt per cent.
DISCOUNT RATKH Short bills 4SU
V per cent; three month, ll-iij- per
OMAHA, ftapt. a Bank clearlnas for
rtria toUay er fci,i.CJ5 . aii't for
the curreiKudlng day last year 3.$U,-
Ui aU Koala.
SAVANNAH. Ja.. 8rpt. ZJ.-TI RPEN-fl.Nlv-l-irin.
1i.u-v-; Mlt-a. 373 bbia. ; re
rv i-'s. tot btla.; atiili-l none; slocks,
Kwl N Firm; a lea, 7M bbls. ; receipts,
J 'm tiiits. ; sliim?nta. none; etocka, .-f-u
bbi. Quotation; A, 11. C. D, K. U.-H;
If. t!.: O. M. 3 Si; I, S ; K. t.i; M,
It. Is): N. Motuu: WO, i.75; WW. Kmx
General Villa Said to
Have Reached Border
' EL. PASO , Tex.. S. pt. a.-General
5"ran-Woo Vl'.la reached Juares today,
ccoidlfig to what I believed to be good
authority. Ilia arrival waa marked with
Cioultlml'le secret y and was denied In
Sunk by Explosion
Clia-'STIANA, Norway, Sept. .-Vta
Tvxidoo.) The 6odlh ateanter Forsvtk,
f 1 )0T ton groae, waa unk Bunday by
- ci-.a or a torpedo. It crew waa landed
IN FIYE-HEAT RACE
Favorite Defeat Shady Lady and
Lndwig- C. in Well-Conteited
Event at Benton
MAJOR CONSTANTINE HAS FALL
Ry U. K. M1HHAT.
The J. 10 pacers put up a well contested
race at the county fair at Benson yester
day, Yellowstone, the favorite, winning
.,., ,,,. ... ,.,w, ,.cv..
flhady Lady and Ludwlg C. were
winners, but Yellowstone hud the most
step In the latter heals of the race, open
ing up big gaps, which her competitors
were unable to close.
' Major Constantino provided an unex.
pected thrill In the third heat, when he
fell down right la front of tha grandstand.
u J, mi1 1 r"WrJ. "fEgger. and Smith, with tha latter two
Hn i hi. driver, leaped, unhurt, from tha . to nur,
sulky before It went down. A knee boot, -hllM m.k. . ,.,,
which came down, cauaed tha spill.
. . . . , , . .
The trotter wore not very enthusiastic.
but they tried to antertaln the crowd and
succeeded pretty welL Velma Todd won
the event called tha 1:11 trot, as waa ex
pected. 8ha dropped tha second heat to I
Wlnnawanda took tha 1:22 trot In
straight heats. Josephine ' D., a fine- I
looking big mare, waa second tha sec
ond heat and she wore such a bored ex
pression on her face as ana came up tha
stretch that the Judges put Jenkins up
behind her. She made Wlnnawanda step
In 1:23 the third heat, but the result was
As a special feature for today, it was
announced, Ila.be King, the pacing pony
wonder, will race a quarter against run
ning ponies. The fair association, has of
fered $J0 to the boy which brings his pony
to the wire In front of Babe King.
Sweet Aubrey, the fast S-year-old trot
ter, owned by Dr. Hall of Omaha, will
start against time today Jn an endeavor
to set a new Nebraska record for trotters
of that age. Sweet Aubrey worked a
mile In 1:20 yesterday, filie has a record
of 1:18 and la by Captain Aubrey, son
of tha Peter the Great, regarded by
many ax the greatest living aire of trot
ters. Sha will be driven by Bhockley,
riaolng will continue today at the Ben
Trotting, 2:18 class:
Velma Tudd, br. m., by Sorrento "
Todd (Maaimth) 1 111
Johmw Nolan, b. h., by Arena
Heard more) 1 1 1 4
Prince de Kayvllle, b. a, by Arch
dale (Jenkins) I I 4 t
rl'onto J., bl. g., by Btratbway
(Hehaatlan) 4 4 11
Time: 1:21, 1:21S. 1:204. 1:2.1V.
Trunin. 2.22 ciasa:
Winnawandn, oh, m., by oJseph 2d
ittenne ana jenKins)
'Trapolus, th g., byl'actolu
1 Ail . la Alcott. b. m., by
cott (HrlgKS) ,
Klvlded tlunrd and fourth
Time: 2:3i',V. 2:2.1. 2:23.
I'ai ing. 2:3) class, purse $r00:
Yellowstone, dn. g., by (Shade
On (McKonna) 1
Shady Lady, b m.. by Shade
On (Nowatny) I
Ludwlg C, b, g., by Alcone
Albert K. b. g., by Alcantarus
Malor Constantino, bl. a., by
Constantino (Laughlln) 4
Frank lloloway, ch. g. (Ryan)
Jim O'ehea. bl. g., by Jim Mo-
Kever (Oaren) T
Time: t:l, l:lH. l:lVk, 1:1TV4. -V.
and Elk Escape
A0HL.AND. Wis., Sept 23. -A Mg bull
moose, three elk, a deer and an antelope,
which yesterday escaped from tha reserve
on tha summer resort of Charlea A. Co
mlskey, owner of the Chicago American
league base ball club, today were head
ing Into the big woods and search had
been abandoned. The animals got away
when an Injured keeper left a gate open
In his haste to get medical treatment.
The herd was valued highly.
Cobb Steals His
CHICAGO. Kept. .-Ty Oobb'a ato.en
bae during the Detroit-Philadelphia
game yesterday gives him tha record of
the American league, It waa stated by a
statistician her today. Tha previous
record of the league waa eighty-eight
bases stolen by Milan of Washington In
1113. Cobb has stolen eighty-nine.
STORZ TEAM TO BATTLE .
PENDER CREW ON SUNDAY
The Stora team of Omaha will Invade
Pender, Neb., Sunday, to battle tha town
team there. Pender has a fast, anappy
organisation and the brewera will be
given a tough tussle. The game was
originally scheduled for Fremont, but a
It will be the last game Pender will play
thie year. It waa agreed to atage It on the
Pender lot. Tha "tors being out of town
tha Luxus-Dulut game will have a clear
field In Omaha Bunday.
U. S. Consulate at
Stuttgart is Hit by
Fragment of Bomb
WASHINGTON, (Sept. .-The Amer
ican consulate at Htuttgart. Germany,
waa struck by a fragment of a bomb
during the recent raid upon that place
by French airmen, according to a mes
sage today from Consul Illgglna. H
said no one In the consulate was Injured,
but did not Indicate whether the build
ing wa greatly damaged.
STL'TTUAUT. Germany, Sept 21 C Via
London, fckpt. O.) During the air raid
by French aviators over Btuttgart this
morning, fraitments of a bomb Mruck the
American consulate. Consul IUkkIus and
th other occupants of the building were
WILL TRY TO PERSUADE
AUSTRIA.NS TO QUIT WORK
WHEELING, W. Va.. Bept. . A
movement to have all A ustro-Hungarians
quit the plants whera they are employed
making war munitions fur the enemies of
Austria will begin here Saturday night.
A speaker representing a Cleveland so
ciety will address such workmen at
lr:dKcport, O., Saturday night.
Mill managers, fearing the men would
walk out, arranged to have their places
taken by workmen of other nationalities.
Important contracts for shells are being
filled by factories In the Wheeling dis
trict. WO BO laaalsg Retire.
UNION. Neb., Sept. tl-tSpeclaU-W.
B. Banning has sold his lumber yard
hera ta Hrsndoa Rraa.1 TjurSr eamnAiiv
of Sidney, la. He will retire from buat -
neas, tut will retain his residence her.
FOR SUNDAY GAME
All-Star Team from American
League Will Battle Brown
Farki in Preliminary.
DEIflflSOlT ' PERUSING DOPE
A f lellmlnliry game which prom'aes to
he a corker has been scheduled as a cur
tain raiser for the big Duluth-Oraaha
Intercity series gme at Hour' park
Pfundav. Th ttewn Wrb Morel .nil
"r .r; r... r"K;;r"" L7
erica will lock horus with an all-star
nine chosen from teams In tha American
Joe Btelger haj choson tha all-star nine.
If has selected tho following piastre:
O. Vom, D. Voss, McKeague, Feltmiui,
Xlj, Atjb V.m,1. Xr1 tlnn.rk rW wn
limlnary game for tha main fray. This
I ....... am w . s , i it, iui T..iv jiiw.. . . ...n
I . ... . .
nnMA , ,.1K
the Luxus and Duluth champs can take
tha field at 1:30 sharp.
Johnny Dennlson, manager of the
tuxua orew, baa been spending the week
In studying tip on tha Duluth team.
Johnny . Isn't afraid of the chaps from
the north, but he admlta It will be a
tough battle. Johnny figures on win
ning from tha Duluth lads by a tight
score. "We've got to take that trip
east," says Dennlson, "and the only way
we can do It Is by beating Duluth. That
pitta it up to 4i s to trim 'em and we'll
Guy Holland and Ernie Ruahenberg,
, tha crack Luxus battery, have been work
ing all weey and Holland declares ha
j will be In prima shape for the fray.
"They won't make many runs," asserts
! Holland, "and If tha boys make a few
! scores I'll pitch my port wing off to
Meets Next in Omaha
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Bept. 23.
(Special Telegram.) Mrs. Mamie Claflln
waa today re-elected president of the
W. C. T. U. of Nebraska, with Mra,
Bunting, of Lincoln, vice president; Mrs.
Dyar, of Boone. Neb., corresponding sec
retary: Mrs. Remington, of Cambridge,
recording secretary; Mra. Laura Taggart,
of Omaha, treasurer.
Omaha was chosen as the place for
tha next state convention.
In the resolutions adopted, allegiance la
re-affirmed In the united declaration of
principles; prohibition, enacted Into the
law la held to be tha only means of de
liverance from tho liquor traffic and the
union la pledged not to rest until pro
hibition is written Into tha National con
stitution; the announcements that Mra.
Robert Lansing will serve wine at the
diplomatic banquets Is regretted as a
lowering of tha standard set by the for
mer secretary; belief In a alngle standard.
of morale for men and women Is af
firmed; appeal la made to all Christian
people to give vigorous support to the
effort made to exterminate the white
alava traffic and tha system of segre
gated vice; militarism la regarded aa
feeding the spirit of violence; and tha
union fs pledged to every effort to pro
mote arbitration generally; Billy Sun
day la heartily endorsed and the result
achieved by htm are believed to justify
hi methods. i
Action of tha State Federation of Labor
In rejecting the causa and giving support
to tha antl-prohlbltlon cause waa deplored.
Aa finance committee, the convention
elected MYa. Rood of Lincoln, Mra, Nes
Wt of Pawnee City and Mra. C. It. Cory
A telegram of felicitation was sent to
A gold watch, which waa given aa a
prise to the ooneB County Union for the
largest pro rata subscription to tha Union
Signal, waa donated to tha convention by
tite winners and sold for $20 and tha
proceed donated to the work. The con
vention came to a close v tonight at a
meeting at which an address on "The
Ten Bloody Fingers" weethe feature.
UNITED BRETHREN ENDORSE
WORK OF "BILLY" SUNDAY
TORK. Neb., Sept. XS. (Special Tele
gram.) On tha third day of tha United
Brethren oonferenoa of Nebraska, south
era South Dakota and eastern Colorado,
10T delegatus heard Bishop Kephart gave
aa address on tha various phrases of tha
annual and general oonferenoa, laying
special emphaata on ministers remaining
as long as possible at one plaoa.
At tha opening of the afternoon serv
loea, tha entire conference paused In
prayer, led by Rev. Mr. Pontiua and Bis
hop Kephart. In behalf of Rev. W. A.
Sunday In hi matting at Omaha.
Dr. W. E. Schell. wag instructed to
aend Rev. Mr. Bunday a telegram In be
half of tha oonferenoa. Rev. 8. M.
Snyder waa re-elected conference super
intendent. Mr. L. O. Millar, general
treasurer of Dayton, O . waa present and
addressed tha conferenoe on the financial
condition of the church. Rev. J. F.
Hedges gave the report on temperance
and the conferenoe went on record, pledg
ing Usulf to stand by the temperance
forces of the state against th saloon.
Aurora was selected as the place for hold
ing the conference in Wis.
An Uustrated lecture waa given thia
evening on the publishing house at Day
ton, O., also tha Otterveln home.
FAIRBURT. Neb., Sept. tt. (Special
Tlegram.)-Carl Bartlett. aged 32 yeara,
died suddenly at tha home of Ma parents.
Mr. and Mra. C. W. Bartlett last night
of pleurisy. Ha was born In Flint. Mich..
September S3, 1883. Arrangement have
been made to hold the funeral at the
home Friday evening. 1U parent are
prominent cltlsen of Fairbury and the
family has resided her for years. He
; Mrs. Wtinavaa Severe .
FAIRBURT. Neb.. Sept. 33. (Special.)
Mra. William Stovers died at her home
in this city after a brief Illness. Mra
Stover, nee Emma J. Bandmer. waa
born ta Beatrice. In 18S4. Th funeral
aervtoee were conducted at the home of
itav. 8. J. Megaw of the Presbyterian
church and the body taken to Gllead,
Neb., for burial.
FAIRBURT. Neb.. Sept . (Special.)
John Wagnar, living all miles north
east of Fairbury, died at th Fairbury
hospital after a brief Ulricas. He la aur-
t vlv d bv tsa brothers anjt four alaterA.
fe haa resided ta tbta county for many
H. J. EDHOLH DIES
BY TAKING POISON
Former Omahan and Owner of Chain !
of Jewelry Stores in West j
BURIAL AT EVAUSTON. WYOMING
CHETENNE, Wyo., Sept. 23.
(Special,) Despondent because of
financial reverses and falling health,
N. J. Edholm, bead of the firm of
Ed holm ft Akin, owners of Jewelry
stores In Cheyenne, Evanston and
Green Rlrer, Wyo., and Sparks, Nev.,
committed suicide some time last
night at Evanston by swallowing
cyanide of potassium.
Edholm, who was about 60 years
of age, was deeply affected by the
death of his partner, Arthur Akin, to
whom be was devoted and since then
was unable to give his business the
same attention that made possible
the success of their string or Jewelry
Edholm, by tha provisions of his part
ner's wilt, became almost tha sole owner
of all the firm's property, this having
been the agreement between them.
The funeral will be held at Evanston
tomorrow and tha body will be interred be
side that of Akin, who died a year ago.
The firm took Its start and la well
known In Omaha,
Nelson J. Edholm waa In the jewelry
business In Omaha for many years prior
to 1890. Ills brother, Albert Edholm, who
has a jewelry business of his own here,
waa called to Kvanatoa by a telegram
announcing the death.
The establishment with which Nelson J.
Edholm was connected waa at Fifteenth
and Dodge, directly eaat of the old gov
ernment building. Tha firm was at flret
Edholm ft Erlckson. later Edholm 4k
Akin, and about 1890 It failed. Boon after
Mr. Edholm went west, locating In
Evanston, where, with Akin, ha em
barked again In tha same business and
made a great success of It.
United States Wins
Diplomatic Victory .
In the Frye Case
Continued from Page One.)
government believes that It ahould dis
pense with the nomination of an umpire. In
the caaea of the ascertainment of damages
hitherto arranged between tha German
government and a neutral government
from similar cauees, tha expert ruuned
by the two partlee have alwaya reached
an agreement aa to tha amount of the
damage without difficulty; ahould It not
be possible, however, to reach an agree
ment on some point, It could probably
be settled by dlplomatlo negotiations. As
suring that the American government
agreea to this, the German government
names as its experts Dr. Kepny of
Bremen, director of the North German
Lloyds; It begs to await the designation
of the American expert.
Treay tioes to The Haarae.
"Tha German government declarea that
It agrees to the proposal of the Amer
ican government to separate the question
of Indemnity from tha question of the
Interpretation of tha Prussian-American
treat lea of 1785, 1799 and 1528. It. there
fore, again expreesly state that In mak
ing payment It does not acknowledge the
violation of the treaty aa contended by
the American side, but It will admit that
the settlement of the question of Indem
nity does not prejudice arrangement of
the differences of opinion concerning the
Interpretation of the treaty rights, and
that this dispute la left to be decided by
The Hague tribunal of arbitration.
"The negotiations relative to the sign
ing of the compromise provided by article
fifty-two of The Hague arbitration con
vention would best be oonducted between
the foreign office and the American em
bassy at Berlin In view of the difficul
ties In the way of instructing the imperial
ambasaador at Washington. In case the
American government agrees the foreign
office la prepared to aubmlt to the em
bassy a draft of such a compromise.
"The American government's inquiry
whether the German government will gov
ern ita naval operations In accordance
with the German or the American Inter
pretation of the treaty stipulations In
question, pending tha arbitral proceeding
haa been carefully consider ad by the Ger
man government. From tha standpoint
of law and equity It la not prevented, in
Ita opinion, from proeeedlng against
American ahlpe carrying contraband ac
cording to Ita Interpretation until the
queatlon la settled by arbitration.
ratar Coadact ( War.
"For the German government does not
need to depart from the application of
generally recognised rules of tha law of
maritime war, aa the Declaration of Lon
don, unleaa and Inaofar aa aa exception
baaed on a treaty, la tab halted beyond
all doubt. In the case of the present
difference of opinion between the Ger
man and the American government such
an exception could not be taken to be
established axoept on the ground of the
arbitral award. Moreover, the dlsadvan
tagea to Germany which would ensue
from tho American Interpretation of the
treaty stipulation would be so much
greater as to be out of proportion to
those which the German Interpretation
would entail for tha United Statea. For
whereas aa the American interpretation
would materially tmpede Germany la Ita
conduct of warfare hardly If any par
ticular disadvantage to American cltlaena
would result from the German interpreta
tion since they receive full reparation for
any property damage sustained.
Oae Caateeaatoa Mad.
"Nevertheless the Oerman government
In order to furnish to the Amertoaa gov
ernment evidence of Ita conciliatory atti
tude, haa laaued ordera to the German
naval forces not to destroy American
merchantmen which have loaded condi
tional contraband, even when the condi
tion of International law are present,
but to permit them to continue their
voyage unhindered If tt ta not poaslble
to take them Into port.
"On th other hand, It muat reearv a to
Itself the right to deatroy veasela carry
ing absolute contraband wherever a oh
destruction la permissible according to the
provisions of the Declaration of London."
Blllawei aal Caatlstla.
It la certainly - surprising that aay
woman will endure the miserable feel.
Ing caused by biliousness and constipa
tion, when relief ts so easily had and at
so little e i pens. Mra Chaa, Peck, Gates,
N. T., writes: "About a year ago I used
two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablots and
they cured me of biliousness and consti
pation." Obtainable everywhere. All
druggists. Advert ieement.
Opportunity for Keenest Economics 'Friday"""
BEST SURFACE LINO
-cuivi---z yds., wide, choice
patterns, perfect; from tho
bolt, 75c quality, on
square yard OuC
At each price yon'U find the values unquestionably superior and the aortm ents ercep.
A special sliowing of charming new styles in Trimmed Hats, Frt. In 2 lota $4.9S ft $6.49
Large floppy brimmed hats, shirred velvet poke shapes, high crowned sailors, snug
fitUag turbans. Some smartly, but simply trimmed with buckles, steel ornaments and rib
bons, others more elaborately, in newest ostrich fancies and wing effects.
Other Trimmed Hat . . . .$7.50 to $30 TJntrimmed Hat, at ....... .08 to $15
r1 -n,i uuu-,BgM rS
f 1 i v '
in all most desirable fab
rics and patterns, either
soft of stiff cuffs, all sizes
14 to ny2; to $2.00 val-,
ues at CD?
Men's Bilk Ties, made to sell to
75c, big assortment of choice
patterns and colors, on sale
Silk Specials Friday
Over 5,000 Yards of Plain and Novelty
Silks that usually sell to $1.00 a yard
Messalines, Chiffons, Taffetas, Pongees,
Foulards, Tub Silks, Fancy Stripe and
Check Silks, 20-in. to 36-in. wide; at, per
yard : . .18, 38 and 58d
f 1-20 SILKS AT 88c YAR1 Either 40-lnch, all
silk crepe de chines, or dress silk poplins, in all
best street and evening shades, on sale nn
at. yard OOC
Beautiful New Plaid Silks, Si to 36 Inches wide,
in soft chiffon taffetas or satin messalines, cholc
est color combinations, at, 78. 98, $1.48
Imported Costume Velours, In every new color
and black, soft chiffon finish, 44 inches wide,
choice value, yard .$2 5Q
Black Dress Chiffon Taffetas and Satin de Chine,
30 inches wide, exceptional values, at, yd., G8
and i 88
That Will Give You the No
, tion to Buy Friday.
Staple and Fancy Notions at
at Saving of Fully Half.
Hump Hooks and Eyes, card, 1
8 yard Cotton Tapes at
S cards Nursery Pins 5
S dozen Pearl Buttons 5
Taffeta Silk Belts 10c
Indies' -Purses at lOd
De Long's Hump Hooks and Eyes,
card 4 5
Pin Books, each 43
Curling Irons, each . '. 4
Heavy Dressing Combs, each, Oa
Ladles' Hose Supporters, pair, O
Blankets, Comfortables, Robes
Special Price Features This Friday Sale.
Plaid Blankets, 11-4 size, wool napped,
beautiful light weight and warm; Friday's
sale prioe, pair $1.98
White Blankets, 13-4 alse. heavy weight, cotton
sheet blankets, pink and blue borders; Friday's sale
price, pair $1.25
Gray Blankets 19-4 aise, wool blankets with cot
ton warp, heavy, durable, warm blankets, Friday's
sale price, pair $3.98
Comfortable Tha Malah comfortable, universally
known for Its excellence in construction and lam
inated cotton down flUIng, fancy sllkoline cover
ing, Florentine border, the standard $4.60 quality,
Auto Robes Wool fUled, cotton warp, Indian de
sign, $5.00 values, Friday, each $3.50
Wonderful Value Giving in Domestic Room sectw
New ran Tailored Buits JUade to sell at
$12.50 and $15.00 $8.95
Come in belted and semi-fitted styles
with high collars and full pleated skirts.
Coats full silk lined
dines, whipcords and good
new Drees skirts Clever, new
pleated models in taffetas and
.wool fabrics, both plaids and plain
colors; also about twenty-five
skirts, broken lines, from our reg
ular $7.60 to $8.5 stocks, at,
New Fall Coat Three special
IB POUNDS PURE GRANULATED SUGAR, Si
4 1 -lb. aack beat hlan arade Diamond
H flour; nothlna finer for bread,
plea or cakes; made from the best se
lected No. I spring Wheat;
10 bars Beat 'Cm All or Diamond C
10 lbs. beat whit or yellow con-
New honey, per rack , 1TH
Insvorted tn per lb SOo
Cholo Mulr paachaa, per lb SVi
Fancy Mulr Park aprioota. lb 10a
fancy California cooking ralalna,
JUIvo Jell for dessert; If a quality
suots; packase ..TV
UaicLaren'a peanut butter, lb. . .1SV
cans oil aaruinaa . 4
T lba. best bulk laundry at arch ..tie
tt-o. Jar pur fruit preserves. .She
4 lt-oa. carta condnad milk Sao
tktnner macaroni, vermicelli or
spaa-hetd. Tk Ho
;-lb. cans fancy sweet susar corn,
atrtnaT. areen or Uma beans.
Ublk I 'I
ddVS for von
P. mW .
Special Opening Exhibit of
i opeciai vpening cxnwit or
i New Fall Millinery
Com and see what a charming array
of new style ideas the season has brought
forth. See how freeh and beautiful and
very becoming they are. You cannot help
but find many shapes and colorings that will
suit you admirably In the Immense variety
nere lor your
In Domestic Room
Boys' Shirts Wtll worth
50c, at 25
Manufacturer's samples and odd
lots, Just the thing for school
wear, good colors, all OC-
Men's 10c Hose
Men's 10c Handkerchiefs r-
Don't miss the specials in Men's
Bay Drugs and
Toilet Goods Friday
1 bars Ivory Poap 100
10c Jap Rose or PaJmollv Soap . .So
6 lOo rolle Crepe Toilet Paper . . . .SSo
bars assorted box Jargon's Toilet
Ho Lambert'a Llaterlne i..Io
2 Be bottle Sloan's Liniment lSe
fl.OO bottle Sal Hepatlca 69a
10a jar Dafrgctt ft KamedteU's Cream
75o Jar Pompelan Maasaae Cream, SOo
60c alse Dr. Grave' Tooth Powder,89e
tia Trimmed kce Chamois . .... 1 So
760 set Military Hair Brushes ..85d
26a Tooth Brushes loo
11.60 Hot Water Bottles T9a
11.60 Hath Sprays SSo
Fabrics are gabar
lots of nobby fall styles in the
most popular fabrics In stripes,
cheeks, plaids and plain colors,
new belted styles, full fashioned
front and back. $7.50. $0.50
Pretty (Yep Kimonos, to $1.50
values, broken lines, all colors,
lba. . fancy Japan rice or taploea
E-C corn flakea, pkr Se
W. (X C or Krumbloa. pkf So
Hershey's breakfast cocoa, lb. ...SOe
Golden Ban to coffee, lb SOe
Tha beat tea alftin;, lb lSe
(Ml BUTTaaV H AMD CWMM
ataavKsrr mm Tata rso .
The beat creamery utier, carton
or bulk, lb S7e
ymaoy No. 1 country creamery but
ter, lb. Me
rancy dairy table butter lb, ....See
full oresun. New York White or Col
ored cheeae. lb. SOe
Pull cream Young America cheese.
Trie beat rveah eggs, nor do. ...bee
Imported Bwtaa or Rounuelort
cheese, lb Oe
Tata x bt or naciM ro
Thia wek will practically cloie
the peach eeaaon. 1-Vlday we wl l
rios out our 1 at car o( Utah Kl-
.TUi txrta l-reetne pa.hea. rrat ..gse I
It Pays Try HAYDEN'S rirst-It
bnrta Teetne pa.hea. rrat ..SSo
REMNANTS OF DRAPER
IES All kinds, values to
a y' immense assort
ment; on sale in
Drapery Dept, yd. . .
ta anrnv thit snntrh
v -m, w j - v f
In Crockery Dept.
Footed Shebeta, regular $2.f0
dozen quality, 1 n
each ,. XUC
Needle Ktrhed Sherbets, $3.00
dozen quality, i g
Needle Etched Water Glasses,
to match sherbets, 1 fl
Bell Shaped Glasses, 8 and 10
os., fl.OO dozen quality, j
Friday in the Daylight
Wool Dress Goods Section
Hundreds of Mill Remnants of new fall
dress goods, storm serges, French sergs
Dixie broadcloths, Panamas, granite suit
ings, plaid suitings, black and whito
checks, etc; in three lots, per yard
at 28?, 38t and 48
54-inch Wool Dress Fabrics that sell regularly at
$1.50 yard, a fine assortment of weaves in fancy
stripes, diagonals and plain colors, yard ... .9St
60-faich Bollany MUls Broadcloths, sponged and
shrunk, rich, satin finish, $2.00 yard values, at
rard ; $1.48
THE SEMI-MADE SKIRTS are gaining every day
In popularity; you get most clever styles, hlgheet
quality materials and workmanship at less price.
See the styles at $2.98, $3.50 nd $4.75
Five Reusing SpeaaU in
Underwear Dept Friday
Wiomen'a Union Suits, heavy
fleece, regular $1.00 values,
Women's Heavy Fleeced.
Vests or Pants; samples and
broken lots of regular val
ues to 75c, garment . . . .35
Women's Lisle Union Salts, to 75c
values, high or low neck, knee or
ankle length, on sale at ...5
Children's Fleeced Union Suits,
to 7 So values, all eiies 35t
Women's Outing Flannel Gowns,
all sites, special, at 49
Domestic Room Sales
SsdOlag, riaaaels, keetlnr, Bad oreads featured ta
Fridays Hpeelal galea.
Shaker Flannel, pure bleach, extra heavy, felted naip,
Friday's sal price, yard , 84a
Outlnsr Flannel, standard quality, neataat stripes
for rowns, yard , '....ihii
Wool Shlrtina Flannel, blues, rrey, tan, brown, reds.
2 Inches wide, yard g$o
Bleached MuaUn. fine quality, soft flnlah, 8o trad.
Bleaohed 7-lcoh Sheeting, round thread, extra welgn,
yard , ., aao
Curtain Fabrio Novelty, white or eoru, with lace
rdsln. yard jqo
Blankets, heavy wool nap nod, full Frlda -.
saoh 77 . S1.S8
blanket, cotton, 11-4 alse, grays only, 1.00 bianketa
each , a
Plaid Blankets, 70x0 else, checks or broken'pl'alfla.
Bad Spreads, soft flnlah, full alse crochet apru l-S-ood
values at 1.16 and 11. II. Friday's sale. aa. aao
Dress and Comforter Prints, Sllkoline and Unlns
fabrics, in remnai.t lenttha, Friday.. yard aHo
BUlc and Serge Dresses Values to $8.95,
A splendid assortment in silk poplins,
crepe de chines and neat serges; all new fall
styles, in all colors and sizes; the choicest
lot of bargains shown in Omaha this season.
women's Wrappers, values to
$1.$5, slses $6 to 4 80
91.00 House presses, dark and
medium colors, at 40
Bungalow Aprons, regular 60c
values, ginghams and percales,
rr a t.i a at x.irs nua.
FTKUl. per -baa-el Q5C
iuiwoxa' ' irenrrai' ' pbaim toh
cajukxjsu, auaux, I oc
Ssus vsasT-Bii uiauT or
OWVLMA rOJS TXB atOi.
It lbs. beat Had River Ohio pot tor
11 lba. fancy Greening apple for
bunches fresh radishes 5e
4 heaidai fresh leaf Uttuc Be
5 heads freah cabbage .....loo
large aoup bunch aa ...10o
Fancy Jeraev aweet potatoea, lb. So
4 bunches fresh beets, carrots ,r
turnip ,, ..Se
t heads cooking cabbaif ..Sa
Freah Kalamaaoo celerv
Fancy awevt corn, per doaen
I bunches fresh parsley ....
Tokay grapes, basket
Concord grapes, basket
I lba. freah ehelted min.-orn .
rreaa 1 1 I r. aC rrUay,
asoasled reaaata, t. .
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