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TILE OMAHA SUNDAY I IKK: OCTOHKU 17, 1915.
FIND NO CADSE FOR
Police and RelatiTei at Low t Ac
count (or Death of Mr. and
GRAJrorAHOTS TAKE BABY
No delnlte motiv at to th causa
or the hooting of Mr. and Mr. John
$chwlchtenbr:, 2611 Cass street,
hai been discovered by the police,
nor hM the arrival of relatives
thrown any light on the affair.
The pair were found dead In their
home at the above number Friday
noon by Phyllis McCulloch, aged 8
yeara, the daughter of Mra. Schwich
tenberg. The little girl had been
ent to the grocery atore by her
parent, who had been qarrellng.
Upon her return the discovered her
mother on the kitchen floor and her
stepfather lying In the dining room,
both dead aa the result of bullet
wounds through the right temple.
Two revolvers, with shots fired from
each, lay by the body of John
gchwlRhtenbarr'a father and mother,
Mr. and Mra. Carl 8. Hohwlehtenber;.
anC two sisters, the Misses Clara and
Tlmea Schvrlchtenberf, arrived In Omaha
Friday night and thla morning wtra at
th house where the trsgedy oocurred.
They found no note or money In the
place, and aaaerted that they hed not
heard from their relative in some time.
They had never seen hla wife and had
not known . of the marriage until . nine
moti the ag-o, although it took place a
year ago hut June. They had never
heard of the 4-month-old son, Carl,
until word of the tragedy reached them.
Had Lost Money.
Beelde the home at XI ZS Caeg street.
John Brhwlchtenberg owned a farm In
Wayne county. It was asserted by Mrs.
Oould ! Lavender this , morning that
flchwlchtenberg had recently lost 14.000
In the Board of Trade, according to his
Beelde the relative who are now In
Omaha, he has one other sinter and two
brother. The haby has been oared for
at the Child Saving Institute, but will
probably' he taken to Norfolk this after
noon with It grandparent.
Coroner Crosby will hold an Inquest
Monday, and the funeral services will be
held In Norfolk Tuesday.
Mrs. John Schwichtenberg had been
married three time. flrt to M. P. Mc
Culloch of Maryvtlle, Mo then to
Charles F. Fry of Irvlngton, Neb., three
years sgo, whom (he divorced to marry
Bohwtchtenberg. Coroner Crosby as
serted this morning that ha was all but
positive that doraeatla troubles were the
cause of the killing. ,
More Than Million Men for
Army, is Administration Plan
WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct. 1. Details
of ths administration program for na
tional defense became known officially
today. They Include a sis-year program,
which In that time will bring the Amer
ican army with reserve up to l,jno,ono
trained men and have a building pro
grsm to add atxteen capital ships ten
dreadnausht and six battle cruisers,
eighty-five submarines, fifty destroyers
and fifteen scout cruisers In five years,
with proportionate Increase In personnel
Estimates of appropriations needed to
begin the national defense program are
placed at tlK.000,000 for the array and
$211,000000 for the navy. President Wil
son has approved the program ss sub
mitted by Secretaries Garrison and
In the first year's program Secretary
Daniel ha recommended the building of
two dreadnaught. two battle cruisers,
twenty-five coast submarine, five ocean
going submarine, twelve destroyers,
three scout ships, an Increase of 1.000
enlisted men and legislation for the ap
pointment of X0 more midshipmen In the
Tor the army 7t,Ono,yiO more than last
year will be asked and for ths navy a
KMO0,cn Increase, making the total In
crease for defense ever last year
The combined estimates of spproprla
tlons for national defense will be be
tween I3M.000.000 and 1400.noo.0no. the latter
figure being the estimate that has been
kept In mind from the beginning as the
limit for expenditures.
Secretary Garrison's plan to Increase
the regular array from 7,nn0 to 1W.0OO
under a six-year enlistment requiring two
years of service and four years In the
reserve will give about 100,000 reserves
In six years, according to War depart
ment calculations. The continental
army, which, Is to be created by means
of a six-year enlistment of two months
each year for three years with the colors,
end three years of reserve, subject to
call, will at the end of sis years give
a total of 0O,O0O men. This trained clt
hwm army, together with the regulars,
will give with the U6.OU0 National guards
men, a mobile army of mora than
l.jno.OOO In six years.
POSITION OF JUNG
PHASE IN WAR
(Continued from Pas-e One.)
FIFTEEN DIE AS
FALLS IN FLOOD
(Continued from Pag One.)
were la seen In a struggling mas toat
sank Into th, water. N
The motonnnn la believed to have gone
down with t car. It la believed th
weight of th passenger car with Its load
and driving apparatus buried th car to
such a depth as to malt It raising ex
tremely difficult ,
Railroad officials arriving this after
noon began aa attempt to atabllh th
correct number of dead and Identify
them, but no attempt to get at th bodlea
In th forward part of th ear bad suo
oneded at I o'clock. The water stril waa
flowing In a torrent about and through
Ar6 in Dire Straits
LONDON, Oct. It Scarcity of food and
th arrival of great numbers of Serbian
refugee hav resulted In pitiable con
ditions in Oreofc Macedonia, says a dis
patch received by Router's Telegraph
company today from Athens.
As ths Serbian government is urging
all ths women and children In Serbian
Macedonia to emigrate, even greater
t number are expected and It em Im
possible at present to make provision for
The Oreek government, th message
says, already 1 caring for hundreds of
thousands of refugee from Turkey and
embarrassed by a high mobilisation ex
penditure, it la looking for foreign assis
tance to prevent threatened famine and
Will of Dennis
DENVER, Cola. Oct. 1 Th will of
the late Dennis Sullivan, Colorado banke
and mining man, was filed for probats
In th county court today.
Th estate 1 estimated at $1,000,000, No
charitable or .churah bequeets are men
tioned. Four hundred thousand dollars
Is left to Barry M., Louts M. and Doro
thy J. Sullivan, grandchildren. Thel
mother. Mra. Albrecht Von Schroeder, I
th widow of Mr. Sullivan's only son
and Is now In Germany with ths chil
dren. Her husband Is a lieutenant In
the German aerial service.
Requests of $1000 each are made to
Mary Murphy and lianna B. Glynn, sis
ters, residing In Near York. Other b.
juc.su are made to business associates,
friends and household servants.
Blockade of Bulgar
Shore is in Effect
LONDON. Oct It A blockade of th
Hulirarlan coast la th Aegean sea by
lirttutn warships of th Eastern Medi
terranean squadron waa put Into effect
today, according to aa announcement
made ty the official pre bureau. The
text of the communication follows:
The vice admiral oummandtng th
Xktstern Mediterranean uquswdroa of the
allied fleets has dooiared a btuckad of
th Bulgarian coast In th Aegean sea,
eununendng from October 1.
Ftorty-elarbt hours' grace from the me
grsetit el the eominenoement of th block
ade has been assigned for th departure
of neutral vessel from the btooaade
Bryce, formerly British ambassador at
Washington. wUi ask Mr. Asqulth
whether the British air squad received
an order to demobollse at ( o'olock the
evening of last Wednesdsy; whether
other seroplanes received orders to take
their places, and whether when ths Zep
pelins arrived any, and If so, how many,
aeroplanes were kn
Tarklah War Report.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. K An of
ficial communication Issued today by th
Turkish war department says:
"Nothing of Importance has occurred
on ths Dardanelles front. Near Anafarta
andAri Burnu there was from tlms to
tlms reciprocal rifle and artillery flre.i
"Near Heddul Bahrout bomb throwers
on our right wins, caused a fire to break
out In the enemy's trenches. Our artil
lery silenced enemy artillery, which was
shelling our left wing, near Tekke Burnu,
and a fire, lasting an hour, broke out In
the enemy camp.
"Elsewhere there 1 nothing to report"
French ItepeUe Attacks. ,
PARIS, Oct. 16.--French forces havs
repulsed several counter attacks In the
Lorraine district against trenches occu
pied by them yeaterday, according to the
official statement Issued by th Franch
war office today.
Prepare to Lear Greece.
AMSTERDAM, Oct. H. According to
a dispatch from Athens to the Cologne
Oasette, th minister of Russia and Italy
are preparing to leav Greece. Th fam
ilies of th diplomats, -the messags adds,
probably will leav th Grecian capital
today on a warship bound tor Italy..
Norwegian Shis Captured.
STOCKHOLM, Oct lS.-Ths Norwegian
steamship Tyr, loaded with cotton and
bound from Bergen, Norway, for Copen
hagen, Denmark, was captured today
by a Oerman warship tn th Cattegat,
th arm of the North Sea, between
Sweden and Jutland.
Italy Send Men Balkans.
PARIS, Oct 18. -Italy will sand C000
men to th Balkans, according to In
formation received by th Excelsior from
what th paper say a Is a reliable ource.
Th government maintain th strictest
secrecy as to whsre the troop will 1
landed, say th Excelsior's li.firmmt,
but Italian Intervention will take pla
at a point where It will hav a deculv
Heot on th whole Balkan campaign.'
STOPS IN OMAHA
(Continued from Pag On.)
WABHJNOTON. Dec li.Prea1d.nt
wilsoa UMtar appointed John Kurra of
MaiMHtchUM-ils as a nmnWr of the luter-
tout of th Lincoln Highway, which bur
eon recently toured In an auto, the elec
trical genius told of a railroad Journey
h took forty year ago through Omaha.
He said h hadn't mad th earn trip
sine them wntll th present trip.
ItririiH at Farms.
"I x parted to see vast, trackless plains
again, as I did forty years ago," he said.
"But Instead I fin farm everywhere,
and th railroad are wonderfully Im
In answsr to questions he declared It
to be hla opinion that th matter of the
defense and preparedness of th United
Btate for posslbl war depend largely
lit on th newspaper. ,
"It th public la educated through the
newspapers to want prepare da ess, con
gress wilt make it a reality. But If the
people want a talkfeat Instead of pre
paredness, th country will just hav a
Th recently created naval advisory
board, of which Edison la oh airman, will
consider problems and answsr questions
put to It hs said. Soon th people will
be asked to writs letters suggesting thing
for ths country to do In order to be pre
pared for war, he stated. '
Working; e bdbjum-Ib.
"I'm working on a submarine now." hs
said. "W want a perfect sub aarlne,
which Is a thing not yst developed. I'm
also working now on ths problem of mak
ing dyestuffs In America, since the only
previous source of supply hat been cut
off by the war. America can make all
th dyestuffs It needs, I believe,"
Although so deaf he carries on much of
hla conversation by writing, th Inventor
eagerly discusses many matters. He said
that th world' coal aupply would ut
be exhausted for a long time yet but
when It la, that ths rainfall can be har
nessed and converted Into ample !ectrtoal
"Inventors are born, not made." he de
clared, "and there are lots of embryonic
Inventor who never worked at their
tort. Many firmer, banker and people
In other walks of life ar Inventor at
heart, of one kind or other, and ought
to use their ability In that tin for the
good of th people."
Thinks " Billy Great.
Mrs. mison said that she and her hus
band know "BUly" Sunday, who has
visited the Edison laboratoriea.
"W think he is a great nana and In
earnest, and w like hint very much."
Both Mr. and Mrs. Edison are firm be
Uevers In woman suffrage, aoourdtng to
a member of their party, William Be of
Orange. N. 1.
"Mrs. Edison ha always beea aa ar
dent believer la equal suffrage," be said,
"and Mr. Mlon also has become a be
liever tn It, especially because of the
gocd he thinks wumen would exert In
th control of th liquor traffic If they
had th ballot. Th liquor question Is a
serious problem In factory and shop
"Our home staU of New Jersey Is
going to rote on woman suffrage, and
ws hope It will carry."
Knew E, A. Reason.
Mr. Eddlson, who Is tn good health In
spite of his 7 years, said he remembered
K. A. Benson of Omaha, who year ago
was active In promoting Edison's first
plctur projection Invention
Ons of the first questions Mr. Edison
asked in Omaha was concerning the
Rose water family. He said h was a
friend of the late Edward Rosewater,
knew him well and regarded him very
Even while traveling th distinguished
Inventor works hs rd at problems lie has
In mind. lis keeps a handful of sharply
pointed pencils, piper and an eraser al
ways at hand.
Ills library of reading matter on his
private car Is Illustrative of his turn of
mind. It contains these books: Benson's
"A Way to prevent War." "What It Is
to B Educated." "Critlslsm of Life."
"A Far Country," "Tou Can." "The Note
book of an Attache," "Eat and Grow
Thin." "A Breath of Life," "Th Light
That Failed," an English dictionary and
three volumes on applied chemistry.
Mra. Edison's sister, Miss Miller, of
Akron, O., Is also traveling with ths
party, which left Omaha over ths Union
Paotflo at t p. m. They will live in their
car on the exposition grounds at San
Passenger Agents Louis Blendorf of
th Union Paolflo and John Mellen of
ths Northwestern called on the Edison
party to make sure of perfect service
and accommodations whlls th visitor
war In Omaha. They also arranged an
auto tour of th city for thm. Th party
took luncheon at Hotel Fontenell.
ON WESTERN LINE
French, British and Germans Struggling-
Fiercely for Dominance
on that Front.
CLAIMS CONFLICT AS USUAL
LONDON. Oct. U. Again the
western front Is the scene of the
heaviest fighting of any of the vari
ous war theaters, although san
guinary engagements are still going
on In Serbia and In northern Russia,
In the region of Dvlnek.
In France the French and British
and the Germans hare been hard at
grip In Artois, Champagne, Lor
raine and the Vosr.es. In Cham
pagne and In the Vosges the Ger
mans have taken positions held by
the French, while in Lorraine the
French have recaptured trenches the
Germans have held since October 9
and inflicted repulses on their an-i
tagonlstt around Hartmans Weller
koph In the Vosges.
Berlin asserts that the Germans
have driven the British out of posi
tions at Vermllles, In Artois, which
were recently taken from the Ger
mans, but Sir John French, the
British commander-in-chief, denies
thla and says the British have Im
proved their positions and hold all
tha ground they previously had
JUDGE HUNT, in whose
court, in New York City,
eleven ex-directors of the
New Haven railroad are
on' trial for conspiracy to
in New England.
Fly Over Holland
ROTTERDAM, Oct. I-(Vla London.)
Four Zeppelins which are believed to
have participated In the raid over the
London area Wednesday nlsht were
sighted, homeward bound, over various
Part of Holland early yesterday morn
ing. In most cases they were fired on
by Dutch sentinels. In accordance with
the recent orders, but apparently were
uninjured. On airship bor the number
According to one report the L-Z-77 was
crippled and disappeared toward the Oer
man frontier, moving erratically and ap
parently In great distress.
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money paid 'io convicis j GERMANY OBTAINS
U. S. DEFENSE PLANS
fDEGL ju&g e Nurrr
for, the Democrats
CHARLESTON. . C. Oct 11 Military
guard was provided today by order of
Governor Manning for ths meeting of
the city democratic executive commit
tee, which was broksn up hsr yeater
day by a shooting scrape, In which ene
man waa killed and four Injured.
Th commltt was attempting to
count tha ballot of th recent demo
cratic municipal primary to determine
whether Mayor John P. Orace or hi
opponent had been nominated for mayor,
when th shooting began. Governor
Manning ordered militiamen to guard
th committee when U resumed It task
French Plane Shells
Wounded in Hospital
BERLIN, bot. l.-By Wlrels to,
Tuckerton, N. J.) "The Frankfurter Zei
tung," say the Oversea News agency,
"report that a French aeroplane on
October 10 bombarded a Oerman hospital
at Grand Pre containing French and Oer
man wounded. On bomb shattered part
of a bed In which lay a badly wounded
French soldier Louis Fauchon of the
187th infantry regiment Happily," says
the newspaper, "the bomb did not ex
plode, otherwise numerous French and .
Oerman soldier would hav been killed.
"Thla I th second time that thl hos
pital ha been bombarded by th French."
BREWERS OFFER PRIZES
FOR SALOON ESSAYS
PRrNOFIELD. Mass., Oct. 1. Trus
tees of th United States Brewers' as
sociation, tn session here today, an
nounced that they will offer $5,X as
prises for .the best essay on th most
feasible plan' for a practical solution of
th saloon problem.
Oustav Pabst of Milwaukee, who waa
elected president of the organization to
day, chose the Judges for th contest.
JURY IN LINDSEY CASE
CANNOT AGREE; DISCHARGED
DENVER, Colo., Oct. 1. A disagree
ment was reported oday by the Jsk-y In
the case of Frank L. Rose, charged with
libel by Ben B Llndsey, Judge of Den
ver's Juvenile court The Jury was dls
charged. It was reported that It stood
eight to four for conviction.
Anthrax Victim Better.
MERCED. Cal.. Oct. 18.-P. I Ryan, a
dairy rancher, who recently contracted
anthrax from an Infected cow and was
believed to be dying, has responded to
serum treatment and waa reported today
Gang Working; t State Farm Earn
Twelre Hundred Dolltri
TAX TOTAL T 0 M0UTTT UP
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Oct. 1. (Spec al.)-From
thirty to forty Nebraska convicts work
ing on th Holdreg rtreet paving around
the state fsrm the last month, have
earned $1,279 from the state. Warden
Fenton ha received a warrant for that
amount to pay them.
Total waranta drawn from the tffi.000
appropriation made by the last legisla
ture for the state's half of the paving
have so far amounted to M.Ono. The ex
penditure of the funds was placed In the
hands of th governor by the legislature.
Taxes Moantlnsr Vp.
Reports of county clerk to th state
auditor Indicate that the state taxes to
be collected this year will exceed by many
thousand dollars th assessment figures
reported to the Stat Board of Equal
isation by the county assessors. This Is
due to added assessment after the re
port were made.
Cattle Dylan- at Waaaeta.
Th state veterinarian's office has
started an Investigation Into a peculiar
malady that Is killing the cattle of Jack
Bhelton at Wauneta, Neb,
All th Judge of th supreme (jourt
have signed a letter thanking Victor Sey
mour for his energy and devotion as
deputy clerk of the Nebraska supreme
court for the last eleven yeara. Mr. Sey
mour has recently resigned to manage
th senatorial campaign of John L. Ken
nedy of Omaha.
Money for Beseey Fnnd.
Ouy Reed, secretary of the Beesey me
morial fund, today added 10 to the
amount on deposit with Stat Traurr
Hall. The association I endeavoring to
raise 115,000 to found two scholarships In
botany with the Income.
Claim for Royalty.
Claim for $3,600 royalty from the con
tractor of the new $35,000 Sutherland
bridge for the use of a patent for placing
rod In concrete will have to be settled
before the state board will pay the con
tractor for hi work, according to Bute
Engineer Johnson. The claim for royalty
has been filed with the board. The Suth
erland bridge and one at Lexington, cost
ing $35,000, will be Inspected soon. Both
bridges hav been completed and opened
Us The Bee's "Swapper" column.
Roral Credit Plan.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 15.-Ptans for
rural credits legislation, which th ad
ministration is expected to Include In Hs
program for th next session of con-
fresa. will be discussed at a meeting
ere November of the Joint committee
on th subject named by the senate and
Want Ben Act BaspensTedU
DULUTH, Minn.. Oct 16,-The directed
of the Duluth Board of Trade today pe
titioned In a resolution the secretary ef
commeroe to suspend the provisions of
the seamen's act so far as the Great
Ikes are concerned, until after the close
of the present navigation season.
Sketches of Fortifications Around
New Tork Said to Have Beeji
SECRET SERVICE INVESTIGATES
, NEW TORK, Oct. 16. With th
indictment today of Max Lynar, also
known as Count Max Lynar Loudon,
on a charge of bigamy, United
States secret service agents began
an investigation of the recent al
leged activities of a man, who un
der the name of L. Lynar, la said
to have done confidential work In
this country last June and July on
behalf of the German and Austrian
Their investigations embraced a
report that detailed plant and
eketchea of certain fortifications
around New York harbor had been
sent to Berlin by two secret service
messengers aboard a steamship
which sailed from this port for Rot
terdam during July.
This steamship was searched at
Falmouth, England, it waa reported,
for the messengers, whose presence
aboard had been cabled to the Brit
ish admiralty, but they were not
The ship then proceeded to Rot
terdam, it was said, where it was
again searched by the British con
sul there' The messengers were re
ported to hare eluded the British
ship, landed In Rotterdam with the
plans of the forts in their possession
and proceeded thence to the Oerman
Seeks to Establish
Trade with Australia
NEW YORK, Oct l-'-The government
of New South Wales has established of
fices her to Increase trad between
Amerloa and Australia. P. E. Qulnn,
th trad commissioner In charts of the
otoca, announced today that hi Imme
diate objeot 1 to establish a direct steam
ship line between New Tork and Sydney.
He said that th large trad between
Germany and Australia had been de
stroyed and that so far Japan has been .
th moat active nation In seeking the
business Germany lost
Tha trad of th United State with.'.
Australia Is worth three time as much .
as that with China, Mr. Quran said.
Volcano la Kranrlosw '
BAN SALVADOR, Oct 16. Th Volcano
Isallo, whloh lies ten miles north ol '
Sonsonat and has an elevation ef abo'a't
4,300 feet, la In full eruption and emit ting r
large quantities of lava. . r,;
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ibibi mutual nra muiin llwtrai 1 1 1 1 mmn I itrmuii 1 1 mrvnn
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Tke THOMPSON-BELDEN STORE
HOWARD AMD SIXTEENTH STREETS
Villa's Chief General !
Is Reported Killed !!
TXi PASO, Tx.. Oct W General Ro
dolfo Flerro, chief of Villa general, I
dead, according to a confirmed report
reaching her tonight from Casa
Th explanation given, briefly, was that
Flerro fell from his horse while fording
a river today and waa drowned.
TWO THOUSAND FRENCH
SCHOOL TEACHERS SLAIN
PARIS, Oct It Since th beginning; of
th war 1.000 French publlo school teach
ers have been killed on th battle field
and S,000 have been put out of service,
according to ststlstlc given out today by
the ministry fit publlo Instruction.
Th number of mobilised teacher la 0,
000. There hav bean TOO of them cited in
GENERAL FREEMAN FIFTY
ONE YEARS IN ARMY IS DEAD
DOUOLAS. Wro.. Oct M Brigad er
General H. B. .Freemen, TS, retired, d e 1
her early today. General Ftweman
aervad flfty-on years hi th Va't 1
State army, rising from th tank o'
privet to that of brigadier gnral. lie
rendered distinguished service during the
civil and various Indian war. The
funeral will be held la Washington, D. C.
ONE P0STOFF1CE ROBBER
SUSPECT UNDER ARREST
CXJNTON, Ia Oct li-Ost of the
three men suspected at Boatofflo rob
bery at Durant, Is wan captured and j
two other eacaped aner rswrirar dual
here this momlng.
Th two acan4 tnt PUnots and a
posse U searching for them. William
Leonard, under arraaV, refuara t talk.
This business was created
in the lifetime of its founders
who have always owned it
from the first. They person
ally attend to its affairs
every day and all day.
Its advertising is not the
whirligig of a professional
advertiser bent and beaten
into every conceivable form
to catch people's attention
but it is the straight out and
out fact of what the store is
and what' is going on in it
day by day.
It is actual news of fresh
merchandise selected solely
for consumers and freshened
by daily sales requiring dally
replenishing. We are par
ticular to not give any
. chance to our patrons to be
misled by untrue labels or by
allowing "seconds" or imi
tations of any kind to be put
We do not want anybody's
money unless we are able to
give full value for it. Be
sides this we are succeeding
in special efforts in guarding
our patrons not only from
cheap merchandise, but from
meretricious goods, dear at
The prices of all our goods
are based carefully on qual
ity and worthiness. All pur
chases, except such as can
not be taken back for sani
tary reasons are returnable
for refund within reason
B It a
Tt ANY of the) coats, Ilk the stilts and gowns,
have a quaintly old atylc look, going
back to th picture period of women's style.
Others by the graceful manipulation, of furs,
have taken on a Russian appearance, while tho
deft touch of Paris Is to be seen In all of them.
There la a complete exposition of the whole)
coat question in the Apparel Hertlon of Thomp
' son, Behltm c Co. Each coat different from the
rest, and ranging In price from 919.70, $25, $29,
S20.&0 up to $sa.
Necks are collared in a hundred charming new
ways, score of method of showing the wld
banda of fur, materials that are rich with quaU
ity, the soft wool velours, velvets, velveteens,
broadcloths, and all the new Scotch motor cloths.
The style are from the best sources, fully ap,
proved by the leaders in such matters.
BELDEN & CO.
Reliable Since 1886
AparCtnenta. Aata, hmase and cotta-
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
We -For Kent."
B Lxt H ism irxii
October 17, jarn.
Rich for Suits
$1.25 to $5 Yard
Not a day passe but it
brings with it a shipment
of some new and lovely
autuiun shades. Soft,
cltnfclng, all-silk, 43-Inch
till ff on Velvet for dreaae
and gowns, and every
color on antuinn shade)
card. In the narrower
width for trimming and
millinery purposes; also,
pretty novelties In the
new plaid velvets.
A Sale of Real Madeira Scalloped
Embroidered Round Table Cloths
$15 1U(1 !4 -yard round Madeira cloths $10
$13 lHxlH-yard round Madeira cloths 910
$20 lttUH-yard round Madeira clotha 91.1
$24 lHilH-yard round Madeira clotha $20
$3.1 1 HUH -yard round Madeira ciolhs.t fi5
$33 2x2-yard round Madeira clotha $35
$45 Sxa-yard round Madeira clotha. $;lo
$30 axis-yard round Madeira clotha ajia
$63 2x3-yard round Madeira doth 950
A Sale of Real Madeira Scalloped
$.73 and $7 -SO ReaJ Madeira Kmlaraadered Vaptdna.
Monday, at $5wSS a doaoa.
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