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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1915.
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DUKE OF ORLEANS
Bulgaria Entering European Wax
Caoie. a Break in Social Rela
tion! with Ferdinand.
EXPLAINED BY LETTEBS SENT
PARIS, Oct. 15. Th duke of Or
leans addressed a letter to King Fer
dinand of Bulgaria nereral day ago
requesting the monarch to take back
Jewels of Bulgarian orders which bad
been bestowed upon him, but the let
ter was to be published only on the
day Bulgaria entered the war. In
Ms communication the duke said:
'Th attitude your majesty has thousht
rlgttl t take In the present war, con
trary to jrour previous policy, forces me
to the eed duty of preyln your majety
to take the Jewels of Bulgarian
orders with whloti your majesty Inreeted
me, first upon the death of your Vener
able mother, and, second, when yo'ir
majesty was In Paris to point oat how
much Bulgaria owed to fYanc.
"I tell your majesty to take back th
jewels, becauae, alas! t cannot send
them, but your majesty has only to
apply to his ally, who for more than a
year has occupied my chateau Jn Bel
glum, and for whom my safe can have
no secret I authorise giving up to your
majesty orders I can no longer wear.
"Tour majesty wttl understand I am
obliged to warn your majesty the dsy
he takes up arms against my eountry,
France, his nam will be struck rrotn
th chapter of Knight of tb Holy
Spirit. I do not as your majesty to
send back the jewels of th Order Of the
Holy Bplrtt, but wish, on th contrary,
that thee souvenirs of the Franc he
has betrayed shall keep alive perpetual
A letter tb duk wrote to Eknperor
Francis Joseph at the outbreak of th
war has been published. In It he asks
th ruler of Auatrta-Hunsrary to take
back th Jewels oc ths Order of the
Golden Fleece and refers to his man-lags
to the Archduchess Maria Dorothea as
"the misfortune of my life."
Triest to Europe .
to Give Testimony
in Behalf of Son
WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct IB. Ousts
W. Triest. father of Kenneth O. Triest.
ths young Prince toa student held in Lon
don ss a Oerman spy, will sail from Nw
Tork. probably .tomorrow, with a num
ber of former associates of his son, who
ewlll gtv testimony designed to show
that ths young man Is mentally unbal
anced.. Th court-martial trial of Triest bas
been rontnoned until November 1, It. was
announced at ths "tat department t
day, and a further postponement is Do
ing sought. Th arraignment was origi
nal! set for Monday. . .
rurther details of th offense charged
against Triest show he was arrested
while attending a naval wireUss school.
H bad never served In th British navy,
Postal authorities, it was said by Bta(
denartment officials, had Intercepted lee
ters written by Triest. In which be Is
mid to have exhibited marked sympathies
for certain Oerman movement.
Must Return Martha
y Washington's Will
RICHMOND. Vs., Oct ll-OovrnoT
Stuart has ordered that th will of
Martha Washington, recently returned to
th stat by J. Fierpont Morgan, be,
given Into th custody of Falrta county,
from which It was stolen during- ths
civil war. It will b formally delivered
to the chairman of th ratrfax Board
or uperv1sors Monday and will take Its
fprmer plac In th court house.
Governor 8tuart acted under a ruling
of Attorney General Pollard, who held
that ths will must be returned to Fair
fax county as a part of th oountys
records. In compliance with the lerUla
tlv act which authorised th stat to
bring suit against Mr. Morgan for Ha
recovery- When Mr. Morgan voluntarily
returned the will, which had been found
In bis father's collection of hlatorts
manuscripts, hs requested that It b
placed In Mount Vernon and offered to
build for it a fireproof receptlbl.
ONE OF SPEAKERS AT
ROCK ISLAND IS LOBECK
DAVENPORT, la.. Oct 1.-The Mid
west Preparedness conference, which con
vened - her yesterday, closed at noon
with a luncheon at which Congrmn
Lobeck of Omaha, Clarenc R Miller of
Dulutn and other public men spoke.
The delegates to ths conference were
taken for a trip through the Rock Island
arsenal this morning. Inspecting ths big
government shops and ths waterpower
rVnator Cummins of Iowa sprang a sur
prise at the banquet last evening and re
ceived applause which tasted for many
minutes, when he said:
"It has transpired that I have been
compelled to be aligned against President
Wileca on nearly every question of do
mestic policy that hs arisen since he bas
been in office, tut I think that I speak
for every patrlotlo cltlcen, as I know I
sneak for myself when I ssy that ths
nation to a man la behind ths dis
tinguished gentleman In his policy With
rrsard to t:-c warring nations of Eu
rope." Italy. Places Huge
! . Lumber Order Here
'AVANNA. Ga. Oct 14. Th Italian
government has placed an order through
a New Tork and a George lumber com
cany for U.OPO.OOO feet of lumber, chiefly
yellow pine, according to aa announce
ment mad today in the Southern Lum
ber-Journal of this city.
The order, which the trad magastn
terms th largest slngl order ever place
' -I United States, Is expected to coin
' ' y from th southern state.
THREE MEN INJURED BY .
AN EXPLOSION AT CORDOVA
KAN FHANC1BCO. Oct 14. Three mem
trs of a repair prow were burned, on
severely and sevural buildings war badly
damaged by fir last night at th wire
less station at Cordova. Alaska, when a
twecty-flve-gnllon tank of alcohol
l.xitd. Th sending apparatus was put
out of commission.
The I lilted Plata repair ship was or-
dtixj north to Cordova by Mur Island
ARMY OF KAISER
BEGINS ITS DRIVE
(Continual from Paf On.)
Oreere announoes its deflnlt decision
not to Interven In th war on behalf of
Serbia at preaent.
In th communication, which Is of great
length, Prmler Zalmls of (Tree pre
sent Ms Interpretation of th Oreco
Berblan treaty. H conclude with th
ststement that th present Oreek gov
ernment la of the opinion that th treaty
with fterbi doe not call for Interven
tion by Oreeo In th present circum
stance. As 1 View th War.
LONDON, Oct. U.-Although admitting
that the forces of General Ivanoff have
again been hurled back across ths Strips
river In eastern Oatlcla, Petrograd asserts
the advantage still rests with the Rus
sians, who hold eight miles of the east
bank of th river, after actions which
have virtually separated th Austro- Oer
man armies. -
Violent actions continue on th Dvlnik
front with little relative Changs in th
positions of tb contending armies.
Irritation Is displayed by ths press at
th failure of , th reorganised aircraft
fore for the defense of London to bring
down a single Zeppelin of th squadron
which attacked th capital Wednesday
night. Pamaids for reprisals are Increas
ing. Lists of casualties ki th British army
published in newspapers her during th
first fifteen dsys of October show a total
of Sl.OC killed, wounded or missing. Of
thes 1,441 were officers.
Announcement of th grest losses of
the British force at the lerdanclle fol
low th sensational speech In ths House
of Lords last nlgbt ef Lord Mlloer, who
Is said to hsvs characterised th expedi
tion as hopeless. II suggested with
drawal of ths troops from OalUpoll penln- !
sula and their transfer to soma other
front. Lord Lansdown responded for
th government that it was Impossible
to give any promise that ths troops would
continue in ths Dardanelles operation or
would be withdrawn.
Th figures given out today do not tell
th full story of what it has eost the
allies to attempt to fore tb Dardanelles.
In addition to th rBltlsh casualties are
the losses of ths French. , concerning
which no reliable Information I available.
Th British total, however, bears out
dispatches from correspondents on - this
front, who havs described th loss of life
frightful. Turkish losses also ar de
scribed as very heavy.
Tarlter less ta.tamemf.
CONST A NTINOPUB, Oct. 14. TVla
London, Oct. I.) An official statement
Issued tonight at th Turkish war offlo
was as follows:
"Near Anafarta w inflicted heavy
loase on ths enemy by the use of bombs.
Our fire damaged an snsmy aeroplane,
which fell east of Tualagoel and finally
was destroyed by our artillery,
"Our artillery destroyed an nmy ma
chin gun position near Art Burnu. ,
"Our observation detachment, near Rwd
dul Bahr, inflicted heavy lueue on th
, " V, , r ","
A mine Hn nalnn ItefiiM tila . lafft ' krln,
m .1 " J, : " " "
troyd a considerable part of the ens-
"Enemy torpedo boats and coast bat
teries vainly bombarded our artillery.
Near ftadul Bahr our artillery forced, tor
pedo boat whloh were bombarding i our
left wine to leave the narrows''
Battaaavte Are Diseases.
Secretary Lansing later discussed the
estimates for th Stat department with
the president. He said he would ask for
about U. 000, 000 mors than th State de
partment estimates of last year. Addsd
sxpendlture growing out of the European
way and th revolution la Mexico causa
President Wilson appro Secretary
Daniels' recommendation for a five-year
construction program for th navy, to
Th exaot amount to be appropriated
for each of the five year ha not been
decided, but the first year's program
calls for two dreadnaughts and two bat
FAIRBTJRT, Nsb.. Oct ll.-(Spclal.-Ruseell
A. Davis and Miss Maria Dawson
wore married at ths home of the bride's
parents In Bennett, Neb., last night. Rev.
R. U. Hanson of th Methodist Episcopal
church officiating. Th bride la a teacher
In th public schools at Bennett. Th
groom Is th only son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Monro Davis of this city.
JOL1ET. III., Oct. 14.-WlllUm B. Wil
son, secretary of labor, declared himself
to bs an ootmnent ot compulsory arbitra
tion of disputes between capital and labor
In an address today oeror ma oeiesation
to the twenty-fifth annual convention of
ths Illinois Mnaors association.
Now is th
Season for Derbies
$3.00 to $20
A Hat For Ettrf Occa$iom
Pease Bros. Co.
1417 Fo-rnam Street
FOR ALLIES' LOAN
Korean, Lord Beading and French
Commissioner Affix Their
THIS IS D02IE AT NEW YORK
NEW TORK, Oct 18. The con
tract covering the flotation of the
1600,000,000 Anglo-French credit
loan was signed late today, Lord
Reading, chairman ot the Anglo
French commission, signed the docu
ment on behalf of Great Britain; Oc
tave Homberg and Ernest Mallet,
the French commissioners, signed
for Franca, and J. P. Morgan signed
on behalf of the American syndicate
HOME TO FIND
(Continued from Pare, -One.)
says that th grandmother I tho only
living relatlv of whom h kno-ve.
Coroner Crosby has taken both bodies
and will hold an Inquest as soon as pos
sible. Th little girl la a beautiful child, !
and stands at ths head ef th third grad
class at Webstar school.
rriesids Say Loeeee Cams,
NORFOLK. Neb., Oct. 16.-Bpecla! Tel
egram.) John SchwtchUmberg, who killed
himself and bis wtfs In Omaha today was
connected with a prominent and wealthy
family of this city. His father, Carl
Bchwlch tern berg, has gone to Omaha to
take charge of his son's body. Rchwlch-
temberg left bar two years ago to s pecu
late la grain at Omaha.
It Is known that h bought com heavily
a few month ago. He had heard a great
daal of grain speculation and after mak
ing a few successful deals from Norfolk
he went to Omaha to be In closer touch
with the market He married a trained
nurse about a year ago. His wife had
been a widow and Is supposed to havs
wealthy parents In Iowa. Friends her
do pot bellev that domsstto troubles
caused th tragedy, but attribute It to
probable losses on th board.
New York Burns
NEW TORK. Oct tf.-A. number of
revolutionary relics. Including th signs?
tures of George Washington, Alexander
Hamilton, General Lafayette and others,
were burned today In a fir which de
stroyed an historical mansion at One
;has been vacant since Saturday and K Is
thousht tramps caused the fire.
w,.,,,.,. Am, hl.
at th hous and th stable nearby for a
number of year housed th favorite
coach ef Washington while he was presi
dent. Fifteen years ago th ooach was
presented to th trustee of Washington
Horn at Mount Varnon by Gustav Frey,
who osrned th mansion whloh burnsd to
APLAND BRINGS MILLIONS
IN GOLD FROM EUROPE
NKW TORK, Oct 15,-Ths Red Star
liner Lapland arrived hare today with
$1600,000 In golld, oonslgned to local
bankers. Psssengsrs said the vessel was
escorted virtually all during th voyage
by British cruisers.
B., K. Ss Co.
The Store of the Town
Suits and Overcoats
$22 and $20
THE GREATEST VALUES
EVER SHOWN IN OMAHA.
TAKE A MINUTE -LOOK
THEM OVER -YOU'LL BE
15TH ST. WINDOWS-
, SOFT HATS
New Two-Ton and Solid Colors,
Fall Golf Caps
FORMERLY SOLD AT
$2.00, $1.50 and $L00
GEO. T. WILSON, Mr.
B., K. & Co.
Tke THOMPSON -
Think of This!
All Silk Crepe
De Chine, Double
$1.00 a Yard .
in fabric of superior
favors them for
lancing frocks, even
ing gowns and din
A Sale of Trefousse
and other Dependable
$2 and $2.25 Kid QQr
Gloves, a pair - - OC
Doe Skin Gloves, in white
and natural, all sizes; $1.25
a pair -
New Washable Kid Gloves
in putty, oyster and light
gray, a 1 rj r-
pair ... - 4) I U
Olrr Sstrtlos onth
Aisle Main Sloo.
The Store for
New arrivals of
dainty blouses, each
day. Corliss Tail
ored Shirts - - --
- $1.45 to $3.95
Shown in madras,
6ilk and imported
A Special Sale of
-Trimmed Hats Saturday-
6.75, $8.75, $10 and $12.50
', These are exceed
" ' ingly pretty hats;
the styles are so at
tractive and. the '
values so great that
they will sell rapid
ly. The shapes and
materials are of the
from a price stand
point, these hats are
marvelous values at
$6.73. $8.75, $10 and $12.50
A Great Sale
id H 4 U L3
ths medera sootleae. alsh earbnn
tuL It laMe Wa tot tea wtla hara
eeel. eontalne saore aeal aa4 aa
vary little sab.
Try a tea tooer ist pasa De-
Nebraska Fuel Co.
411SO. ia at. Deuf, 43o
HOWARD AMD SIXTEENTH STREETS
New Autumn and
$11.75, $14.75, $19.75 and $25
No Extra Charge for Alterations
The coat showing is very attractive. It is
purse-appealing, too, for the prices are
very low, considering the fabrics and qual
ity of tailoring.
Thompson-Belden & Co.
Reliable Since 1886
Suits - - Dresses Skirts
The Best Kinds
of Hose $
for Children '
The Kazoo a good strong
supporter and braoe
combined for ECr
The Keen an excellent
girls, 2 to 12
Also the Wilson and
Notions Kain VlMt,
Exclusive Agency for
In Our Basement Section.
Sailors, Turbans, and
Dress Hats, at about Half
the regular Selling Prices.
95c, $1.25 and $1.50
Tke THOMPSON-BELDEN STOIE
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS.
' Zurt Appesrsaoa,
Francis X. Bushman
THE SILENT VOICE.
naaari Karl Peesle U TOXOm
r fiery r r m ij r w r . -?a
A Large Selection of
at a Fraction
of Their Worth
White and ecru cable net,
filet and Nottingham net,
Another large lot of beauti
ful lace curtains in white,
ecru and cream; were
$3.25 to $4 a
Good, reliable makes in all
styles, at prices to please
Women's Fleeced Cotton
Vests High neck, long
sleeves, pants to match, an
kle length 50o
Women's Fine Ribbed Cot
ton Union SuitsAll styles,
in medium and heavy
weights, at $1.00
Women's Wool Union Suits
-All styles $1.25
Underwear Botio Third Tloot.
Many women do not care for Shoes that are made by
the great gross. They prefer distinctive and individual
styles styles that are clear expressions of their personal
SORQSIS SHOES mould the Fashions in Paris,
London, New York. They are eminently international and
They combine richness of thought with pure, classic
Firm, decided outlines; the utmost simplicity in finish
ing not a single careless or unavailing line.
Every SOROSIS model is the individual work of a
SOKOSIS artist and bears the charm of differentiation.
XJT1-., 8 SO,
THEATER I U3I I WO I IKS
COSH sad KaJKKZfl reB
Th Birrs St Kit ta tS Tear.
ata-ata, I featajraa, Mat,
0 to n.W I He t? Ilia
Tlu mrbts, Betianlsf Boa- Oe. IT.
. KIM O'ltaJtaTr
Th sotor-Biura, u -Kix,Mmrr.n
fxiotm 3o, EOo. T5o. si. ai.aa.
a Assoelst riaver,
W ua, Oot
baV 1 & pRf.irii
Ist TUas Tooar.
s ua tuo to is
wit CX.AKA rnatu votnra
asd WU.TOAT UCCAT1
Af wraoa l Oe
Week TIA WUELI1S,
With Brmo BCoBa and (sell Kaae,
Also Bhowlng President Wilson.
Ta Oaly tugh Olaa TaaacrlU Otiemit.
XATDTl TO SAT, til
EARLY CIRTAISf TOMGHT
Vest Week Oladys CBark aad Bemry
Berrm U TO VOCIBTT
That Are Right
For $1.00 a pair we offer a
good looking, superior qual
ity of silk hose, excellent for
wear, always satisfactory.
In black, white, street and
evening shades, $1.00 a pair.;
Misses' Silk Hose, ribbed or
plain, $1.00 a pair.
You'll find all varieties
in our present stocks.
Double bristle hair brushes,
rubber cushions, Saturday,
Hat brushes ... 25c
Saturday, a Sale
Art Dept. Third Floor
Our Entire Line
at Half Price
Chenille in 3 sizes; alsso a lot
of wired Chenille for mak
ing hat ornaments.
20c bunches. 10c.
50o bunches, 25c
Chenille, regularly 5c a yard,
for - - ... 2Vc
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