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TUK MKK: OMAHA,' SATURDAY. XOVEMUKIt 20, 101,.
1 BRIEF CITY NEWS
Wedding Binge Sdholm, Jewels.
Lighting Itrttiree Burgfss-Orsnden.
Mes moot Print IV Now Peacen Trees.
To Barrow Money on real estate,
J. It. Iximont. State Punk building.
Today' Blste FroiTam" classlflel
option today. It appears In Ths Boa
EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what tho va
rious moving picture theaters offer.
Tor gafetr TM In Life Insurance
see TV. H. Indoo. general agent Plate
Mutual Life AMuranco Co. of Worces
ter.' Maw., one of the oldest, 71 years,
and best companies on earth.
the fctata Bank of Omaha, corner Sis
teen'h Harney, pays FOUR per cant
cn t'mo dei-oslta and THREE per ceht I
on savings accounts. AH aepomia tn
lsfit ae protected by the depositors'
uaraniee fund of the state of Nebraska.
Ktpnrd by the tew C. U Edwards of J
t hlcaero and Frank Mo ran, wi senior
street, lave been arrested en complaint
of Chris Pulos of the Cameraphone
tlirhler, tvho asert the pair stola hit
Htonle Wooden Baaor Someone svl
cVntly fcent on a large shave, murder, or
etovewflod, stole a large wooden rasor,
used for advertising purposes, which
huns in front of Hugo Melcher plftoe
at 1112 Farnara street.
CAisiit In Aot J. J. Leslie and Earl
Anderson were arrested Thursday night
as they were escorting Harry Falkner
into an alley, apparently for the purpose
of robbery. Both men were sentenced
to twenty days in the county Jail.
Ooloied KM round Dead Lewis
Wayatts. colored, aged 60 years, was
found dead at his home, Seventh and
Webster streets. Death came as the
result of heart trouble. He was found
by L. Lewis of the same address.
1st of rure Stolen Mrs. E. H. Lind-
Strom, 4908 North Forty-first street, re
ports to the police that while sh was
visiting a local theater Thursd. r-
noon someone stole a set of turs be
longing to her. They were of consider
X,oso Rat and Coin James Kelley of
Grand Island went to sleep In a down
town saloon Thursday evening and when
he woke up he was minus $S and his hat
Later he raw William Riley on the
street., wearing his hat. and had the fel
low arrested. The $8 was Dot recovered.
snares x-uriouga visit u. B. Grant
called at the local navy recruiting office
enroute from the naval training station
at Chicago to his home In Grand Island
on a ten-day furlough. Grant enlisted
for the navy here a few months ago and
Is now ready to be assigned to a ship. He
Is a .distant relative of General U. 8.
To Install Laurdry Machinery J. W,
Nakutln of St. Louis is expected In
Omaha within the next few davs to take
charge of the Installing of machinery and
equipment In the now Carey Cleaning
company building at Twenty-fourth, near
Lake street. Mr. Nakutln will remain In
Omaha and have charge of the cleaning
and dyeing, as well as the mechanical
department of the plant.
mailraad Pleads Guilty The Burling.
ton railway was fined $100 on each of
three; counts by Judge T. C. Munger in
federal court.- The railroad pleaded guilty
td violation of the safety appliance law
In having two cars on which the coupling
. nhn-mtuil waji not . in wnrlclno- order. It
also nleadcd a uilty to having a shipment
of cattle In a car for more than twenty
eight hours continuously, which la against
the federal law.
Thanksgiving- Suggestions Candied
tUrori, pound. 19c. Lemon and orange
peel, pound, 17c. Powdered or cube su
gar, pound, 9c; three for 25c. One-pound
can Tip Baking Powder, 9c. Pumpkin, 8c;
three for 22c. Walnut meats, pound, 42o.
fifteen-ounce package, 13c; twelve-ounce
package, lie; bulk, pound. He. Let the
Hsskct Stores Markets supply you with
j'resh dressed poultry for your Thanks
Take Eitel Officer
Wno violatea raroie.wAE is conhict of ideals
W.N'UON, Nov, 19. A German naval
lieutenant from the German converted
cruiser Prini Eltel Frledrich, who broke
his parole at Newport News. Is now In
the hands of the British naval authori
ties, according to information gleaned
The lieutenant was captured on board
a Danish steamer which was searched In
the North Bea early in the week. He
was found smong the crew and identi
fied by an official who knew hira before
the outbreak of the war.
Two officers of the German converted
cruised Prlns Eltel Frledrich, lieutenant
Koch and Dr. Kroneck, disappeared from
the vessel at Newport, where it Is In
terned, October 17. Later two others
At the time the vessel was Interned, on
April 7, the officers of the cruiser gave
their parole to the United States govern
ment agreeing not to leave American
Naval officials are so disturbed over the
continuing escapes that they have con
sidered putting the German seamen
ashore in a guarded camp, and recently
asked the State department If the marina
guard had a right to fire to prevent es
capes. Penrose Says He Did
Not Authorize Report
His Hat is in Ring
DENTON. Tex.. Nov. 1 Boles Pen
rose, United States senator from Penn
sylvania, mads the following statement
today about reports last night from San
Antonio. Tex., that he would shortly an
nounce his . candidacy for the republi
can nomination for the presidency.
"I have been mentioned for the presi
dential nomination next year, but there
is no authority from me for the state
ment from San Antonio last night that
my announcement is shortly to be made.
As a matter of fact, there are no candi
dates for the republican nomination yet
other than the complimentary votes and
boosts for the favorite sons and for
neighboring states' favorite sons, and the
probability now Is that the question of
a nominee will be quite unsolved until
the convention has acted.
"Soma of the great eat republican presi
dents havej been of such convention
nominations. Lincoln. Grant and Hayes,
not to mention the others, have been in
fcenator Penrose was here for a few
minutes during the passage of the
Liberty bell today.
VJLLYOU KlNDtf QWETrlO
Mote lb MS Hus bah o Ar
MUST BE READY,
Writer Telli Knife md Fork Club
United Statei Knit Com
- mand Beipect.
Cyrus .Townsend . Brady, author
and clergyman, whO' addressed the
Omaha Knife and Pork club Thursday
etenlng .at the University club, wag
a cleric la the Union Pacific head
quarters here twenty-eight years
ago, under W. II. Hancock, whom he
"I haven't been here since I left
the railroad offices, and I want to
ay I never saw such a change in a
city. It is remarkable," said Mr.
"Can't yon remain over and visit
a few days?" asked Rev. T. J. Mac
kay, who 1 '. an old friend of the
"Impossible, rector, I have to work for
a living. Have to write books, preach
and writ moving picture play." was
the answer. Mr. Brady came In at noon
and went fmra the University club direct
to the depot.
Maa Coaaaaaad Respect.
"National Preparedness" was the sub
ject discussed by Mr. Brady, who was
Introduced by Prof. J. F. Woolery.
"Wa need an army commensurate with
our dignity and importance," Mr. Brady
told his hearers, "and a navy strong
enough to protect our shores; not for
aggression nor to impose our will upon
other people, but that our voice may be
heard and that our cttisenahlp shall be
'We ahould stand full-armed within the
antes, because no man shall take our
heritage from us. We will go on from
strength to strength and will not close
the doors, but will bid all men come and
will assure them protection."
A literacy test upon immigrants was
not favored. "This country Is dedicated
to life with its opportunities and liberty
with its privileges," declared Mr. Brady.
The speaker made a trip to Europe last
summer on the ill-fated A neon. On
board was a foreign-bora American who
hi child when brought to this coun
try by his father. He had been educated
here and had voted fifteen years, but in
spite of naturalisation through his father
be was detained in his native country
and only by exercising his resourcefulness
did he escape. Mr. Brady declared such
a condition existed because we did not
have the power to protect our cttisenahlp.
The European war was called a con
flict of ideals rather than of conquest,
revenge or for material things. It Is a
war to make men think la terms of this
or that country, not in terms of human
ity. The first speaker of the evening was
Prof. U. U VYlUett of the University of
Pssmsii s i ' iii n i i i .M i . - m a a ... i ii Mini-ai i i 1 1 . - n B
HE'S IN TIIE JITNEY BUSINESS.
(OryrUht, 19IS, International News fJcrvloe.)
Kindlw drop This
HVA Off AT SMHrlS
Chicago,, who gave an Interesting talk on
"New Continents.' These were referred
to as "Life, light, law, liberty and love."
the application of the thought being to
the purpose of making the most of life.
"A man who la capable of thinking in
terms' of his own life makes the well
polsed man and of such men is a well
poised nation composed and ia saved
from waves of hysteria," was a state
ment of the Chicago educator.
Promoters of the
Monarchy in China
Move Toward Object
WASHINGTON, ov. 1.-Deayed
somewhat by the opposition of the allied
powers in the execution of plans . for
transformation of the Chinese govern-;
ment Into a monarchy, the promoters !
of this movement nevertheless are mov
ing steadily toward their object
According to the advices reaching here
today. President Yuan Bhi Kal has
adopted a plan for meeting adverse crit
icism that . might follow assumption of
the throne by an official, who, . like
himself,, had occupied the position of the
closet . confidence with the old Manchu
dynasty, and at the same time secur
ing the active support of the powerful
party of conservatives surrounding the
little Manchu emperor who still Is living
at Peking, In one of the Imperial palaces.
It Is understood that Tuan will under
take. If he ascends the throne, of
guarantee an annual allowance of
$4,000,000 to the little emporer as long
as ' he lives; to recognize him as a
Chinese prince, and to provide proper
places In the government emoluments
for the 'principal members of his family
and hla immediate adherents.
It Is proposed that the emperor Issue
an address to the Manchus explaining
the conditions which have made It neces
sary for Tuar to assume the throne for
the benefit of the Chinese people, and
urging : them to render him loyal sup.
Nuber's Activities to
. Be Further Probed
WASHINGTON. Nov. U.-Further In
vestigation of the activities of Austrian
Consul Oeneral iron Nuber and his asso
ciates will be made by the Department of
Justice aa a result of yesterday's confer
ence In New Tork between A. Bruce Ble-
laskl, chief of the bureau of Investiga
tions, and Dr. Joseph Oorlcar, former
Austrian consul. A department state
ment announcing this ton urn t also said
that information had been obtained which
probably would lead to further indlot
ments for passport frauds.
likswrUt IsTtstor Niurtl,
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
STUTTOART, Germany. Nov. I The
inventor of the German submarine, WI1
heUn Bauer, is to be honored by the city
of his birth. DWIngen on the Danube,
by A monument. An organization for the
collection of funds has been named In
Dllllngtn, and the subscription Hat has
been beaded by a donation from the
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WOO QO BACK.
England Consider. Abandoning
Peninsula While Kitchener
Chases Turks. 1
MOSLEMS i LOBE 280 YARDS
LONDON, Nor: 19. The attitude
of the. entente allies toward Greece,
from which country, they are endeav
oring to get a definite guarantee for
the safety of the French, British and
Serbian troops, and the whole mili
tary policy ln th'e near east, including
the Dardanelles,, will. It la expected,
be niade'cleir. before the end of the
present weei. " ' ' ''
The council ' at Paris, In which
British and Freneh'cabinet ministers
took part, came to Important de
cisions, and Earl Kitchener, looking
over the ground both In Oallipolt
and the Balkans, Is to report on the
best means of dealing with the situa
tion arising' out of the Austro-Ger-roan
and , Bulgarian successes in
Serbia, and Greece's leanings toward
the central powers.
It transpired ' today during ths course
of the debate In the House of Lords that
General Sir charlas Monroe, the recently
appointed commander-ln-chlcf In the
Dardanelles, has already given his opin
ion as to what, should be the future policy
with regard to the Galllpoll campaign.
and Lord Rlbblesdale, -who Introduced the
subject said he understood that the re
port of the general favored withdrawal.
The Marquis of Lansdowne replied, that
the representations and the evidence s
companylng It was not considered suf
ficient to enable the government to come
to a decision. ;
The statement had hardly been made
when the war office Issued an account
of the successful British attack on the
Turkish trenches on either side of the
K rlth la Nullah, which led to the belief
that Lord Kitcheher, who Is on the penin
sula ' and who went out' after General
Monro's report had been received, had
decided to persist In the operations.
Hrltlalt Gala 80 Yards.
The official report stated that the Brit
ish army resumed the offensive and cap
tured 280 yards of Turkish trenches. It
was announced that the Fifty-second di
vision successfully attacked the Turks in
the Krithl-Nullax. , near the tip of the
peninsula. ' It captured 160 yards of
trenches to the east of the defile and IK
yards to the west
Andrew Bonar Law, the colonial secre
tary, assured the House of Commons that
the decision would be left to the military
experts and the question of the loss of
prestige would have no weight.
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
ean be rented quickly and cheaply by a
lies "For Bent." , .
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PJ.EASE CHE THISCAKcT
-joy M PI
To THE HQS PITAL'WHEH
Eat Big Meals!.
or Bad Stomach
'Tape's Diapepain" makes
weak stomachs strong and
healthy at once.
Instantly stops sourness, gases,
There would not be a case of lndlges
tion or dyspepsia here If readers who are
subject to stomach trouble knew the tre
mendous virtue contained In rape's Dla-I
pepsin. This harmless preparation will!
digest a heavy meal without the slightest
fuss or discomfort, and relieve the sour
est acid stomach In five minutes, besides
overcoming all foul, nauseous odors from
Ask your pharmacist to show you the
formula plainly printed on each to-oent
case of Tape's Dlapepsln, then you will
readily understand why this promptly
overcomes Indigestion and removes such
symptoms ss heartburn, a feeling like a
lump of lead In the stomach, tielchlng of
gas and eructations of undigested food,
water brash, acidity, nausea, headache,
biliousness and many other bad symp
toms; and, besides, you will not need
la i stives to keep your stomach, liver
and Intestines clean and fresh.
If your stomach Is sour snd full of
gas or your food doesn't digest, snd your
meals don't seem to fit, why not get a
60-cent case from your druggist and make
life worth living? Absolute relief from
stomach misery and perfect dlgeatlon of
anything you eat la sure to follow five
minutes after, and besides, one case Is
sufficient to rid a whole family of such
Surely, a harmless, Inexpensive prep
aration like Dlapepsln, which will al
ways, either at daytime or during night
relieve your atomach misery and digest
your meals, la about as handy and valu
able a thing as you could have in the
Order Your Suit Today
and I will have it ready for
lYIAtTED MILK 1
Vnlomm you mmy "HORLIOK'Sm
may got a Submtltutom
OFFICERS ELECTED BY
SOCIAL CULTURE CLUB
The N.irse snd the Ameilcsn Indian
swtlon of tlie Po lil Culture club of the
Iflnh School of Commerce have elected
The. Norse e Hon elected Irma Gregg.
r-r-sl(ient; Klla (.rosmnnn, vice president;
lolot lloman, secr,'tar ; Laura Peters,
trensurer. 1 ho Indian section elerfnri
Says Women9 s
Health an J Vigor Necentitatet
Regulation of Organ$
fkln foods and face creams and pow
ders cannot make a woman beautiful,
because beauty Ilea deeper than that
It depends on health. In most cases the
t'asla of health and the cnuse of sickness
can be traced to the action of the bowels.
The headaches the lassitude, the ral
low akin, and the lusterless eyes are us
ually caused by constipation. An Ideal
remedy for women, and one that Is es
pecially suited to their delicate organ
Isms, la found In !r. Caldwell's Pyrup
I'rpsln, a mild laxative compound, pleas
ant to the teste and free from opiates
and narcotic drugs of every description.
Mrs. Gertrude Jordan. 5S3 North Liberty
Ht , Indianapolis, lnd., says: "It is
simply fine; I have never been able to
find anything to compare Pr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. I started using It
for the baby and now It Is my family
standby In all roses where a laxative Is
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is Bold In
drug stores for fifty cents a bottle; a
A Splendid Iluffet, guild oak,
fumed or golden fin- f mm Q C
lsh, specially re- Tl t''
durert for Saturday, g f
Carving Knife has 9-inch blade. All three pieces of
best tempered tool steel, genuine stag handles, a $4.50
set, this sale $1.98.
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Klorrnre Jensen, president; Elinor Lloyd,
vlre president: Kllen Morris, secretary;
alary Grove, tiensurer.
SHOW WINDOWS BLOWN
OUT BY HEAVY WIND
Tan show windows of the Phukert Fur
company. Fifteenth nr.d Harney, were
blown out by the wind early this morn
ing. Glass was scattered for a block.
MBS. OEXTIVDB JOBDAJT
trial bottle can be obtained, free of
charge, by writing to Dr. W. D. Caldwell,
4M Washington St.. Monticello, Illinois.
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Made of solid oak, am
strong and durable,"
jncnuijne leather seat, j i
II IK Thanksgiving-
Don't buy a Base
first learning of
the improved fea
tures of the famous
the BEST make of
heaters for the
money on the mar
ket. 1,300 extra
inches of radiating
Cut Coal Bills
25 Per Cent.
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