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Jtir, li,n: OMAHA. iSATUUDAY, iKriltKlt lti. Wlo.
Commander of Ainfcip Asserts Bomb
Sank Vessel on Hirer
DESCRIBES RAIDS OK LONDON
(Correspondence of the Associated
BERLIN, Sept. 25. Lieutenant
Peterson, German navy, one of the
few German officer who hare re
peatedly visited London alnce the
outbreak of the war, la visiting Ber
lin, where a correspondent of the
Associated Presa had an opportunity
' to hare a conversation with him
upon his Impressions of the British
Lieutenant Peterson, a young,
beardless, smiling Westphallan, Is
neither secret service officer nor re
turned prisoner of war, but one of
the senior officers in the German
navy's aerial fleet and his visits have
been made in command of one of
the naval Zeppelins which have kept
London in semi-darkness and ap
prehension since the opening of the
aerial raid campaign. He refutes
the reassuring reports given out by
the, English as to the small effects
of the. bomb-dropping campaign.
. Evidence of Aeeosnplishment.
"Mr. Balfour aaya that the deatrucv i
effect of the air raiders has been umil',
almost tnslgnlf leant, from a military
point of view, and that we are unable
to see' what we accomplice." remarked
the Zeppelin commander. "We see and
know better When we aee a bis fac
tory upder ua collapse after an ex
plosion, or when we drop a fire bomb
upon -the London docks or adjoining
storehouses and aee theae burst Into
bright flame a, we know that we are ac
From Our Near Neighbors
TYeeplasx Water. ,
Rom To Mr. and Mrs. C. II. C.ileon
Tii'lay, October 13. a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace I'hllpot leave
Monday on a trip to California,
Miss Ron Anderson visited with her
friend, Miss Iva moots, at Avoca rHinday.
Mra. Georaa Huell of Murdoch, was here
Friday to aee Mra. Mary I'ool, who Is in
Mra C. R. Kngler haa hone to Culhert
aon. Npb.. to epend aeveral weeke with
Mr. and Mra. Cliarlea Dnn have mm-e.l
back here from Lyons, Neh., where they
bave been for aeveral month.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Davis left Sat
urday In their auto for a visit with rela
tlvea in the vicinity of Auburn.
Oeonre Olive la able to he out afraln
after being In bed for aeveral days with
a severe attack of rehumattstn.
E. U Lowler and aon Arley were on the
Omaha market Wednesday looking for
cattle to feed on their farm here.
f. W. Orton returned Wednesday from
a bitmjness trip to Dundy cotintv. Ne
braska, and Cheyenne county, Kansas.
Henry Morenaen has bought the resi
dence property of Mra. Klla P. Uewton
and will move hie father and mother here
Henry Pliant has been vlsltlns; relatives
In Kansas during: the last week.
Mra. William Sleber and children left
laat Monday for their home In Oklnhomn
Mra Charles Grau and' daughter. Flor
ence, were Omaha visitors on Wednes
day. Mr. and Tra. Chris Bach mis entertained
a number of relatives at their home last
Sunday In honor of their thirtieth wed
Mr. and Mrs. Oua Tlmm. who recentl
moved Into their new farm residence,
were pleasantly surprised by a larttt
party of friends laat Saturday evening.
A number of little e-lrla were Invite
I to the home of Postmaster Klrschner
' last Saturday afternoon to beln uiti
Marguerite celebrate her etxth birthday.
' Several of the young- people are re
hearsing for a play to be tfven at Oft's
hall In the near fu'.ure. The proceeds
will be for the benefit of St. Johns Lu
Mrs. Charles Witte spent the week, at
Osmond with relatives. '
Mr. and Mra. J. N. Wyatt and daugh
ter drove to Omaha Tuesday.
3 n km -.., ....
.. ..v.. ( cM:una r riaay, returning Sunday,
but with a-ood glasses we can aee things. Mr. and Mra. William Wlnterburn era
very plainly. In a great city like London, tertalned for the latter's birthday Friday.
particularly for one who has not via- Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chamberlln enter-
lted It in peace times, it la of courae Im-. I?'""? "om tt
possible to aay definitely that one haa
5alrbury Sunday and
Otto Hchunnan, president of the Rtate 1
hit this or that particular building. iooot'BV. SZr iMVf
or storehouse, but we can Identify Very
well ' the general locality, particularly
of such regions aa the dock district along
the river or the city and banking dis
trict of London and find, our way easily
to the spots selected for our attacks. '
"On one of our visits, and this la a
fact that has as yet not been admitted
by the British admiralty, we witnessed
F"remont were callers here Wednesday.
Meyers Bros, of Waterloo are busy lav
ing sidewalks and cement floors In verl
oua buildings in and around Elkhorn.
H. A. Notte will soon begin the erection
of a concrete implement house on the
site where the old one burned a year agJ.
Miss Ttllda Meyer entertained a party
pf young women Monday afternoon In
honor of her friend. Miss Kahler of Iowa.
Mr. Schneider of TCwInv ram iWwnis.
day to Join his wife, who has been here
clearly the destruction of a warship on I the last week visiting her parents, Mr.
the Thames, one on which a ratr ana mra. r. j. ueerson.
square hit waa scored. On another oc
casion I dropped a bomt squarely on a
fort. I could not tell precisely the ef
fect caused, but from the fact that the
gruna of the fort, which had previously
been conducting a vigorous bombard
ment' of. the Zeppelin squadron, auddenly
iors.se d fire and that the searchlight
which" had been playing upon us went
out after a flash of 'flame and a heavy
esntoslon, I concluded that the damage
hats been a very heavy, perhaps a niag
Attacks on warships at sea, said Lieu
tenant Peterson, are difficult and dan
gerous except In cloudy weather, since
moat of the worships, new -are equipped
with anti-balloon guna. Only when low
hanging clouds permit trie- dirigibles to
swoop -down upon the warship to an
levtalon from which tha quickly man
euvering ahlp offers a fair target, do
such attacks offer a reasonable chance
British Do Little.
Returning to the subject of attacks
against London, Lieutenant Peterson was
Ashland. Ne!., visited at the fundall
Mra. llanna Panip visited her sister
at 1OKan, la., Saturday and Sunday.
Mra. l.ee of Shelton Is visiting at the
home of her daughter, Mra. llaikman.
Mr. and Mrs. ' Larson of Unison and
Mrs. Clausen of Ix inn, la., vlMted at tho
Pa nip home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Hall and Mr. and
Mra. Kd Magee visited at the Albert
Chnstophersen home Sunday.
- Mr. end Mrs. Alan llaiard and Mr.
and Mrs. tleorge Hsisr.l were enter
tained at the Jacobaen home Sunday.
Mra. John Hunter and Miss Tony
Sinoveo of Pierce and Mra. John Mullen
of Omaha were entertained at the lVIn
A surprise party was given at the
Deln home m honor of Chrla Deln'a
twenty-first birthday. More than twenty-five
' Mr. and Mr. Fred Taulsen and family
of Henson, Mr. anl Mrs. Lor sen. Mrs.
Christensen and Charley and lora Chrte
tensen were entertained at the Raamue
svn home Sunday.
Mrs. W. 8. Eddy waa an Omaha visitor
Mrs. N. Barnes of IJncoln la visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Whlt
more. Mrs. C. It. Nichols returned Wednesday
for a short vls.t with her aister In South
Mrs. Archer and aon. Joe Archer, were
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mra. W.
Mrs. Charlea Webb gave a very en
joyable "at home" Wednesday afternoon
t her home In honor of her slater, Mra
Barnes, of Lincoln.
The "Busy Bees" held their regular
meeting Wednesday afternoon at the
Presbyterian church. Mra. Charles Blom
quist served the lunch.
John I-entell waa given a pleasant sur
prise Wednesday evening. when Ma
brother. Ernest, and his bride of Wool
sey, Kan., arrived for a visit
The regular monthly meet'ng of the
Ladles' Aid was held at the home of
Rev. and Mrs. McAllister Wednesday af
ternoon. Mrs. McAllister waa assisted
by Mra. J. 8. Kennedy In aervlng.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Blomqulst, Mra.
Fonts and Admlnlatrator J. 8. Kennedy
have been In Omaha settling the estate
of George Fouls. Anton Blomaulst
bought the farm at tl 41.60 per acre.
Mr. and Mil. Lawrence Coy returned
Wednesday evening from their wedding
trln 'ln Boston aha 'other eaetern cttles.
The Valley band gave them a serenade
and were entertained at the home of Mr.
and Mra. C. IL Coy.
The members of the Kensington clut
opened their meetlnga with a hike and
we'ole roast Thursdrv evening;. - The fol
lowing are the members: Mlsaea Waunlta
Cook, PenrI Hntina. Irene Brown. Orpha
Oalnes, Kthel ICnbsnk. Hope Muta. Ger
trude Ingram, May Nichols and Lillian
The rejrulsr meeting- of the Woman's
chili was held Friday afternon at the
heme of Mra. Coy. Mra. Adams gave a
report of the State Federation meeting at
Norfolk, Mrs. Roy Kubert. a blagraphy
of Haydn: Mabel Johnson rendered an In
strumental selection from Hnvdn and
Mrs. A. C. Hldborg a paper on the "Phy
sical Regions of Nebraska."
Coin.. left fr her home Thursday, after
visiting Mrs. Charles A. Mitchell.
Mrs A. A. Mitchell of Coon Rapids,
and .Mrs VarKa-et TeiWy t North
Bind are lslting Mrs. Chsrl.s A. Mitch
ell. Many slsnera were secured fur the pro
posed amendment to make Nebraska drv
when petitions were circulated In trie
new Presbyterian church last Sunday
morning. Itltlnn have also been cir
culated about town thla week.
lof M. M. Patterson, superintendent
of schools. Is moving Into his new home
IK's week, and W. N. Teuton Is moving
Into the house formerly occupied by Mr
'Brg Sait AW
Men's Suits and O'coats
of the Highest Quality
at Unusually Low Prices
The suits and orcrcoala riintalnod In thla Rrt
MiM-a. of clothing, which In bf far tha largest la
town, will Intermit every man who il reuse !.
Suits and Overcoat for
Men and Young Men-
Kntiai m very respect to i
carmpnta gold elsewhere at'
There are thousands rf.
nen who dreai well and yet
act not pay more than $lt)
for their jrarnients. Our lar capacity of
suits and overcoats at thla price enable ua
to offer garment! of superior talue. Hin,d
nome patterns and material and a por'oct
fit in every Instance $10.00.
i pi v ;ptY Vy
Mrs. Mllke entertained the lsril.s bn
Ington Wednesday. She was asalsted In
erving a aainty lunch by her daughters.
Misses Pauline and Rose. I
Friends of August Plerbach were sorry,
to learn he went to Omaha Thuraday to
have haa arm amputated. He has auf- 1
fered with pain for several montha and
aupposea it waa rheumatism, but now be
lievea the bone to be affected.
Avoca. . -.
Asa J. Johnson and family spent Bun
day with Omaha relatives.
Mr. and Mra. Louia Weber of Cook
spent Sunday In thla city.
Alec Francis and wife were here from
Dunbar the first of the week.
Avoca haa contracted for their first
Chautauqua for next season.
Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell were at
Osceola Saturday to visit relatives.
Mrs. Fred Betta has returned from a
visit with relatives at Royal and Nellgh.
Henry Heine and William Kepler, sr.,
left the first of tho week for Oklahoma.
Herbert Pate left Monday for Mitchell,
Neb., where he will work In the beet
Miss Eda Marquardt, county superin
tendent, was over from Plattsmouth thla
Mrs. J. H. McCarthy of Omaha visited
friend here Monday.
Miss Alice Rossard visited Saturday
and Bunday with friends at Fremont.
Miss Margaret Sweet men of Omixha
wsa a Sunday guest of the C. S. West
Mrs. R. R. Armstrong has returned
from Omaha, where she has been In one
of tho hospitals taking treatment.
Mrs. 'J. M. Rrunner and Miss Mildred
Rrunner of Klkhorn are spending a few
days fct the home of Mr, and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mra. Robert Beer and two
sons of Uenoa visited Papllllon . frienda
Tho Kpworth league and the Christian
Endeavor will have a union meeting at
the PresbyterlHn church Sunday evening.
10. 8. Nlckeraon and II. A. Collins are
Mra. C. T. Brown entertained the
Woman's cluh Wednesday . afternoon.
Miss Kdna Wilson led the lesson on
"Standard Oratorios," which waa Illus
trated hy selectlona on the Vlctrola. Mlsa
Ida Fricke gave a splendid report of
part of the Norfolk convention.
.i....... .k h. ...I,.. .n4 ff.e f .. "ev- iv.uasmora naa ne.en at
WUODUUlrau . " i Albion attending the congregational con-
the defensive measures against the irerence.
dirigibles anti-balloon guns, rifle fire, Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Marquardt are the
searchlights and hostile aeroplanes. Of ' gaSyparenU of .bbr by born last
theae he attached Importance only te a-, 'Frey and family were here from
tlllery fire supported by searchlights and i Burr this week visiting relatives and
even In this line, he said, the British had friends,
been able to do little agaloet thai raids.
"The searchlights, of course, plok ua et B'.alr.
UP new and then, but It la very difficult Mrs. J. H. Smldt and daughter. Lena,
to hold a Zeppelin Ion la view, owing; uta n 'tJBe J1 J1 1 ln relatives here tiui
to cloud, and the change. In direction. j daughter. Mr.. J. C.
peed and altitude, which we can make ( ingles of Stuart, were visiting Avoca
quickly, and It Is .till more difficult for relatives this week.
gun. to get our range In the darkness TatrSuyX ueSI
under these circumstances." , cf Miss Iva Bmoots.
As to the attacks by aeroplane., men-' O. V. Maseman and wife and J. C.
. . . K .i.. . A,. Zlmmerer and family were at Omaha
tloned. a number or time, m pres. ois- iruegay and Wednesday.
patches, tne commanaer reiegaiea me , Mr. and Mr, w X- Hollenberger and,
to the realm of fables. He had not known ! John Weaver and family apent Sunday
of an attack of this kind in any of the ' w"-h friends near Palmyra.
..m. nnn FnirlnH nor had he ever A- Oelkers and sister, Miss Tina,
raids upon England, nor naa ne ever i 8mltnfleld thls week altendlnK ;
seen a hostile aeroplane In any of his ' the wedding of a relative.
various excursions thither. Aeroplane. k j. spencer and family were here
can with difficulty navigate In the dark-1 from Talmage Sunday for a visit with
... h.v. v.ev little chance of find- uo lam" l a. marnuwroi.
Ing or catchlng one - of the high-speed
Zeppelins, so that the dirigibles had as
yet no occasion to use "the defensive arm
ament which they carry to drive away
these waspa of the air.
Mail Cross a Hark area.
Navigation for the Zeppelins, too. Is by
no means as yet an exact science. The
trips must be timed so as to cross the
English coast in the darkness, make the
' attack and get away again before dawn. Uaby's Birthday.
"It Is not so easy to find England," he B.w, coming as anticipated with!
aid. "We cannot navigate so exactly at J it is of the utmost im-l
ea a. overland, owing to the uncertainty portaare that great ear ia taken to
of the air current., absence of land- Jnak this Important event a happy
marks, etc., so that tt is usually an open sn.
question at Just what point of the Brit- Mother! Friend, applied external
jh coast we ahall bring up. Once there. y and to be had of all drurfists, i
however, after w-e have confirmation of of the greatest value for it robs child-'
the coast, we have the outlines of some birth ef its arordes and dangers,
coast city that gives us our bearings and tnakea the mother comfortable and
we can ateer a straight course for our ob- helps make baby strong, healthy and
lective. i vigorous. It is effective and depend-
"We can easily tell by Just what route W nd has been used aucceeafully'
we are entering London. Laat time I r ? 7ri- DefiniU I taatructUM
went in from the Surrey .Ide and navi- ( funusied with each bottle.
gated without difficulty to the dock re-
( Ion. which we had been ordered to at-
tack. Others of the aquadron went to the
:ity district and found it, too."
Many Bcllevue people continue to at
tend the Sunday meotinga.
Mra. Charles B. Patrick entertained
the senior class of the college Monday
James Short ha. moved his grocery
from the postofflce building to the inter
James Tearson has returned to take
up his residence ln Hellevuo after an
absence of a year at Kearney.
Albert Phnfer, asred 10. who broke his
collarbone in a Kame of foot ball early in
the wstk, Is rapidly improving.
Mrs. J. A, Heinzman, Fort Morgan,
Suits and Overcoats fori
Men and Young Men--
Kqual la every respect
Karments. sold elsewhere
$18 and $20.
This In a popular price for
men's suits and. this season'
we have made great efforts
to have everything that ia best at thla prlc
All the new models and 1, J and 8-button
styles, ' ,
Suits and Overcoats for .
Men and Young Men-- '
Equal In every respect to gar- ,
eosvmoHT Equal In every respect to gar-
TaaNoua. or menti sold elsewhere at $S2.50
and $25.00. V
At this price we can sell you high class garment,
and the man who Is particular and Insist, on having
good clothing will bo highly Interested. Tailored by
experts and' designed by nrtUts, raise these suits and coata
above the ordinary $20.00.
Suits, 1, 2 and 3-button modela. Overcoats,, M or V Silk.
Grand Showing of tho Finest Hultn nnd Overcoats Made Fl nest
Imported and domestic weaves and colorings, hand tailored, and
represent the greatest ready-to-wear tailors In the world , .
S25.00, $30.00. $35.00. $40.00.
Soft and Stiff Hats
There Is one way of saving
money and time In buying your
new Hat -
"Buy It Here."
Where you are certain of obtain
ing a hat that is JuBt. right In
quality and style. ,
Grays, Greens, Modes, Browns,
Black, Blue and Oxfords
$2.00 nd $3.00.
$3.50. $4.00. $5.00 op to
Fall and Winter Caps
$1.00. $1.50. $2.00.
Great Show of
Manhattan Ehirts, fresh and new
$1.50 up to J53.00. .
Other clever noveltloa, both aa to
pattern. and fabrics.
Sl.OO -nd $1.50.
FALL I NIit.nWKAH,
In medium and heavy weight
cottons, worsteds,' wools and silk
and wool $1.00 to $4.00.
Several colors, big shawl collars
CriHeKS atrlped style., blue and
white, purple and white maroon and
rAX.1 a LOTS lines are complete;
atylea for every purpose Mocha,
chamois, pique or out Beam atvl,
all colors SlXXk, 1.50 aa.1 fa.oo.
Never aucn a -variety or
Neckwear, at Oo
Chris Peln left Monday for a week's
visit in Pierce.
Ralph Noyce of Crete visited at the
Brewster home last week.
Mlsa Tony Hynovea of Pleroe visited
at the Deln home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Olsen and family of
South Dakota task ea HaaaU
riEltKK, 8. P., Oct. li (Special.) The
rtate treasury is again registering war
ant a for a few days until the returns
ore received from the October call for
axes, this after paying cash for prac
Ically all this year. The showing of the
Sate funds at the close of business! 8ep
omber SO was: Cash In all funds, M5,
U; In ths twine plant fund tS.00O; com
non school Income, HS9,00O; game, $37,S19;
ounty agricultural. tll.Sov.
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
an be rented Quickly and cheaply by a
Dee "Kor Rent."
Korea. Prlssa CesaaatMlva.
WA8HINOTON, ' Oct. Is. President
Wilson today appointed John Koren of
Massachusetts as a member of tha Inter
latUmal Prlsoa coiuiuts&lun.
There will be the usual Week
End Kale of Choice FTeh Can
dies at Um
4 Sherman & McGonnell
Saturday, October 16th.
Ever) fHult Is cut, fitted and made
y jmmmmmmm"mm0l f i"S i "N
B at. m aa m mm m i
ava a.a.fe.sa r- w as 1 1 v l m
A I (. i. a, M ilBSSJk.
SHOULD be all you need to
start your motor these cold
days. But one good turn requires
The Gasoline of Quality
if it is to bring best results.
Red Grown volatilizes quickly; you won't have
trouble getting started.
Red Crown plus one good turn and away you go !
Don't say gasoline say Red Crown. At garages everywhere.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
FROM THE LEADING MAKERS
At the Central Furniture Store
Select your stove from such well known make as the Medal Dockash
base burners, the Comfort and June Day Hot Hlant boater, Kins; and
Crown Oak boaters. Commerce, the Kins; of Steel lUnftes; Prince
Hearer cast Iron stoves and ranaos and many other splendid makea of
service flvlna; quality, and all at a price which will mean a savin to
you of from 25 to 86, made possible on account of our ineipenslve
puthllna; and location and a vory small operating expense.
jf(? Soc onr ben ut I ful three-room home otit-
V'4 fits, eTcryihlnff complete for $1.00.
fie our beautiful four-room oulfiU,
everything complete for $110.00
An economical - and ' pe.rfu',
heatlns; ntove, haa a heavy i ol
lalind stasl body, solll cast Iron
I una. heavy rllilisd fire t.onl, and
heavy sratea, nickel foot tall, to,-
tall ana hams pint a, acrrw drafts,
larra ash pan, etc. Aholotly
fruarantesd to a-vo e-f.'ct aatla
action, nor prti IT. BO.
o W SJTTN AWST
A t'ommerts Knr(g, a Medal
IViekaaS Base Ilurtier, A Comfort
Hot Hlast H-ater, A Clia-w-ll
Washlns Machine, An Kldrldte
Prarlna pfnrhlna and a ll-atwcll
Mattress. Tha above article ar
nnw on rhlbltlin in our show
window. For full In'omiatUn in
rard to thalr distribution call at
Commerce ranges havs blue steel tops, h
laa fire box lined with tha heaviest of
caatlnss and duplex arates. 1 ha wal l
are p-B'I of heavy p- llahed steel or dou
ble thickness with asbestos board Inter
I In In a. They are beautifully trimmed In
plain nickel, which makes It easy to pol
ish and keep clean. Priced from fa.09
You Make Your Own Terms at the Central.
TRIPLE COATED ENAMEL WARE
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''1' iri -j
No. ft tea kelilo, wiv.. iiaiuel cover,
our price, 3U ,
tral is a
Two-quarf' rorfea pa4 with en
amel, cover, our . 4 1a
price' .... HQ
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Four-quart double cooker
metal cover, our price ....
Ten-quart white lined water 'f C
pail, our price ........ I 00
If even teen-quart dish tah,' Nn.
our price .MUM
Two-uuart whits lined dip- Cn
per, our price wtf
Feven teen-quart dish pah,'
our price ,
out or the man rent district
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