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THE HKK: OMAHA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 120, mi:
WARSHIPSFOR U. S.
Tentative FlaBi Being Considered
for Two Thirty-Six Thousand
BIGGEST GUN AFLOAT FEATURE
WASHINGTON. Nor. it. TenU
tire plans are being considered.
Secretary Daniels said today, for
two 16, 000-ton battleships to bn In
cluded In the first year's part of the
five-year building program congress
will be asked to approve. There
are no warships to large afloat any
where In the world now
Part of the Increased displace
ment In the newest ships will be due
to changed hull construction to pro
vide additional torpedo defense
bulkheads. While " the -general
characteristics of the ships have not
been disclosed, it Is probable they
will have increased armament and
ITew Ifl-ltirh Rifle.
The navy has developed a. slxteen-lnch
, rifle, ot which no use tins yrt been mi1e,
and the new ahlpa may carry ten or
mora of these If davelopment ot the
European ar Indicate tha wisdom of
mounting- them. Tha largest tuna now
afloat are the fifteen-Inch weapona of
European ravlra. which the Amsrlcen
fourteen-lnch rifle ia said to equal for all
Maximum epetfd of American battle
hlpa now built or authorized la leaa than
twenty-one knot a, although European
flrat line ehlpa go considerably above that.
It la considered probable that a speed of
perhsna twenty-five knots will be aousht
" Secretary DanleTa.has received no re
port aa yet on tha examination of private
bida received yeaterday 'for battleships
Noa. 43 and 44, all of which appeared to
be above tha limit fixed by conareaa. It
la underatood, . however, that a careful
analysis of the exceptions to advertised
specifications bears out tha Indication
that private builders will not attempt to
construct the hulls and machinery of the
ships within the 17.800.000 limit.
Market Swept Clean.
Neither ship ran be laid down before
next aummer. It la said, for lack of
structural ateel. the war having awept
tha American ateel market clean. Secre
tary Daniels showed considerable con
cern today over thla fact. Ha Intimated
that unless some arrangement could be
made with ateel plants to Insure prefer
ence for government ordera congress
might be asked to act. An emiargo on
exportation of steel until the govern
ment's wants are supplied has been lug.
Italian Socialists .
Shot for Refusal
, :.to Join the Army
BBRL1M, Not. (By wireless to
I Tuckerton.) "The famous socialist. Ir.
1-ovegren, a member of the Swedish
parliament, describes the removal from
Florence, which he witnessed, of IW)
ItaJlan socialists." says the Overseaa
t.'cws agency, ''These socialists, who
. wore uniforms of the army or navy, bad
' refused to Join the army and were trans
ported to Aresso In order to .be shot."
Bavarian Savings ;
Correspondence of The Associated Pre" )
MUNICH. Oermany, Nov. 1-An Idea
of tha economic statua of Bavaria in
war time Is gained from a book Just
Issued by the Bavarian government In
which the financial and industrial condi
tion of the kingdom la concretely sum
marised. The document ahowa that HO,0,000
mark a (ta.WO.OCO) were subacribed to the
flrat and second war loans, and that
savings bank deposits Increased by 40,.
COO.ooo marks (f 10.000.000) despite the
Hi sins of all three war loans. Klnce the
king's original appeal to tha youth of
the stato to form Into semi-military
bodies. TSlOOO boys have responded and
are taking military training.
A total ot 1.04J nectars ot moor land
have been prepared for cultivation by
prisoners of war. The big breweries
supplied M per cent and the little
breweries IS ccr rent of the beer used
by the army,' and Bavarians supplied
40,ouo,ore marks io,ooo,000) worth of army
clothing ordered by toe chief supply
station In Berlin.
Merchant in India .
Forges Thumb Print
(Correspondence of the A wools ted Preaa.)
CAIiCVTTA. India, Nov. li The
forgery of a blind inan'a thumb print haa
Just been the subject of protracted litiga
tion In the high court at Madras, for the
firat time, it is aald. In legal history. A
' merchant aaked for Judgment agalnat the
blind man. supporting his application
with a document signed with the alleged
thumb print of the debtor. The latter
. lepudlated the paper, declaring that the
plaintiff had traveled In a train with him
and while pretending to massage his fin
gers hsd taken hla thumb impression aud
'tised It for fabricating the document.
Tha court, after protected hearings,
found the bHud debtor's atory correct and
'dismissed the merchant's application for
AMERICANS IN LIVERPOOL
ARE GIVEN TWO WEEKS
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 1.-Telve Ante
cans, members of the crew of the Amer
' lean line steamer New York, which ar
, rived here Monday from New York, were
- today sentenced to fourteen days' tra
prUonment at hard labor for leaving
: their vessel when they Wfre unprovided
with passports and after permission to
laud had been refused them.
U. S, Defense Notes
- A quarter of a in llioa sturdy Filipinos,
of them as Ihurouatily iraim-d as
eny euMitr in the world, would support
tt t'liil.d Klatrs If neiraaiiv aroee. ac-
oidirig lo 1'. J. H. FairWI. p;e(dnt
f the Army and Navy cluu of Ciiuaso
and former aurseuii general of the army
.f he HJllpi.in.-a.
ftt-1'heu.uu K Taylor of New York and
M. SLMiiiis-ton. was circled president of tlie
Ktxliy of Kn h1 Archllwn and Maiine
Knen.eere at tfcie wenly-flfm general
ineeirrig at New Yoa. He suoceees
J.oLtJi U. Ihouipaoa.
Spectacles on Dogs
Latest Thing in Styles
CHICAGO, Nov. i. It la not only In
fairy tale Illustrations that dogs wear
spectacles. They do It In real lire now.
according to Charles F. (lyne, t'nlted
States district attorney here.
"A omin purchased, through an ad
vertisement, some spectacles for her dog
and now cornea to me with a complaint
that the glasses wni not aa advertleed,"
said Mr. Clyne today. "I might have
been skeptical, but tha other day I called
on my oculist and was astonished to find
him fitting lenses to a high-bred dog. He
told me ihat many doga of high degree
which are taken about In autos have
FEAR HAY BE
London Alarmed When No Kewi
Comes Through Since Thursday
Morning- from Saloniki.
BUL0ABS ENTER M0NASTIR
LONDON, Nov. 19. No dispatches
have been received either from
Athens . or Saloniki since early
Thursday morning and this closure
of telegraphic communication is re
garded as ominous for the position
of the Serbian ' army, which Is en
gaged In a dlfflclut retreat.
Unconfirmed reports have come
through Rome and Tarls that Bul
garian advance guards have entered
jMonastir, but they are regarded here
with suspicion.. According to offi
cial statements, . however, almost
four-firth of Serbia already Is over
run by the Austro-Germans and Bul
garians', whose advance into the
mountain kingdoms has been very
A nmirh,. the HanUt.
The AustrtMlerman advance from the
northwest approaches the Banjak of Novl
plxar, having reached to the north of
naska. Thence It peases through Kur
sumlya and Badan, ending at a point
between lkovats and Vranya. The oo
cupatlon of Kuraumlya brings the In
vaders close to MetrovlUa and gives them
the key to one of the few gTeat croas
roads cutting Serbia from esst to west.
The fterblan army la being forced be
tween the limits of two narrow frontiers,
Metroxltia and 1'rlntlna. in the center,
aifcd Trllep and Monastlr on tha south.
The Perblans have the alternative of
giving battle' where they stand or retir
ing. Halaars Bar War.
There anreara to he tin hnn. t v. .
British and French forces landed at Sa
loniki can give the Serbs any assistance
In tholr difficult retreat. The mIIhv
from Mltrovltsa south Is not available,
aa the Bulgers bar tht way at the Uskup
junction and the Katchanlk pass, while
the most available roads are not suitable
for the transport of large armies with
guna and commissariat wagona. '
The result of the conference of Denya
Cochin,' member of the French cabinet,
with the Greek ministers at Athens Is
still unknown, but, according to a state
ment In today's Times, the Greek premier,
M. Kkouloudls. Is not In fvor r hi.-
arming and Internlnir the Anln.Kv.,.
and Herblan troops should they be forced
inio ureeK territory. There Is reason to
beltm-e that should thev be
to withdraw Into Greece they will not be
The morn In it nivim njt-B iil. ih. tia.
protest strongly against the license' given
in me jiouse ot Uaraa for the leakage of
doclslons, which, they say, should be
Coke Regions Are
Short of Laborers
CONNEU-SVILLE. Ta.. Nov. !.
Coke operators throughout tha region
are working their plants six. days a week
and firing additional ovens when labor
can be secured. Production during tha
week for which reports were received
today, amounted to 427,000 ton and ship
ments to 430,000. The mere ant plants gen
erally are clean of stock and operators
are talking $3 and 13.60 per ton for coke
Deiore tne end of the year. There are
not enough men In the region to operate
the ovens already fired eni aa lumhm
of these Insist on extra holidays every
weeg, the labor situation la becoming
DENIES GERMANY ABOUT
TO ISSUE FOURTH LOAN
BERLIN, Nov. IS. (By Wireless to Say
villa.) Hearts that Germany waa about
to laaue Its fourth war loan are denied
by the Overseaa Newa agency In a state
ment today which aaya:
Germany la provided with ample
financial means for continuing the war
until the coming spring. Therefore, no
ssne person In Germany expects a new
war loan In tha Immediate future."
FUR NECK PIECE GIVES
YOUNG WOMAN ANTHRAX
NBW YORK. Nov. 1).-Ulu S.,phla
Rosen, 17, the third anthrax victim In
this city within the last few months, died
here today. .
The girl Is believed to have contracted
the disease, which Is common among ani
mals, by wearing a fur neckpiece, the
skin of which had not been properly
Ir. Henry It. Carter, veteran yellow
fever fighter of the t'nlted Slatea pub
Mo health service haa been stricken In
I'orto Rico with deniuue. the malignant
trofJcal fever agalnat which he recently
Inaug.irattd a campaign on the island
K cablegram to ttie gervlce. announcing
the d. cur's lllneM, aald hla condition
waa e. nous, but that hla recovery was
A n r Ik. a. IliU AM I- L..J .
Federal lo-aerve bard in tta gold set
tlement fund to the credit of the reserve
bunks and reserve ageuta. The fund haa
been In existence aix months tomorrow
and In that time balances between banks
T . unuiiuni LO 1,1.
iSCM have be-n settled through it. Ie-
' iwiikb in inia runa are
c uiitd aa legal reserve.
. .-.iirw (i. tne supreme
couit haa ap far Improved trim tha Illness)
which has kepi l.lm off tha bench during
. ... ,,.-,,. ,.-,, n, is asperted to
resume Ms dut es soon after January
Cases which have been awaiting eonsid
eratw n . the full court will peobaly
be assigned for argument at a date ta
Jan'iarv or February. Juatlc Imsr U
no longer oonf ned to his bed but so far
has nut been out of doora.
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SHALL BOATS HOT
this i. View of United States in
Case of Ancona, Sunk by
POSITION ALREADY DEFINED
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. While
the United States will wait for the
Austrian reply to Ambassador Pen
field's Inquiry concerning the circum
stances under which the Italian liner
Ancona was sunk, It was stated offi
cially today that the placing of Amer
ican citizens In small boats on the
high seas was not 'regarded as ac
cording them " a place of safety"
with the meaning of the term as used
In International law.
In Ita correspondence wltn Germany
over the Frve case the Amerlcsn gov
ernment expressed the ivlew that open
boats did not constitute a place of safety.
This was broadened today by an official
Interpretation to apply to all American
citliene whether traveling on belligerent
oskieutral ahlpa. ' .
Officials qualified their assertions some
what by stating that If a vessel was de
stroyed within a few miles of shore ltfe
boats would be regarded ss safe, but that
weather conditions and the opportunity
given for paesengers to transfer even
then waa pertinent.
From these Intimations It was believed
the American government would develop
the entire question of submarine warfare
further In correspondence with Austria
and that even though, as the Austrian
admiralty had declared, forty-five mln
utea was given for the passengers and
crew ot the Ancona to be transferred,
this waa not regarded aa affording Amer
ican citizens an opportunity to be saved.
The United States has Insisted through
out that the operations of the submarines
shall not Jeopardise the Uvea of American
citizens and notwithstanding the formal
denial from Vlonna that the Ancona was
shelled after It stopped and the fact that
the ship actually waa torpedoed while a
number of passengers still were aboard
Is regarded as the chief circumstance
upon which representations will be made.
Official Restart Received.
The first official report, alleging that
the submarine continued shelling the An
cona after It had halted, reached the
State department today In a consular dis
patch outlining an affidavit made by Dr.
Ceclle Greil, officially the only known
native American survivor of the tragedy.
Boats Are Used
For Prison Ships
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
LONDON, Nov. 10. "From the point of
view of the shipping man. the whole hla
tory of tha war so far aa the transport
service la concerned is a wicked story of
Ignorance, Ineptitude and colossal waste,"
asserts the editor of Syren and Shipping,
the leading Journal of the shipping trade,
lie adda: J 'v.
"Costly and useful ships were used for
months as prison ehlpa. Super-ships, like
the Aqultanla, were employed on eeout
Ing missions, their magnificent passen
ger equipment gutted. Ships were allowed
to toad cargo or to book a full passenger
list and then owners were Informed that
the admiralty required these boats."
An Instance Is given of a 7.000-ton boat
which was all ready to sail with 900 pas
sengers when It waa taken over and sent
empty to the west coast of South Amer
ica, although It might have been loaded
with coal and realised a small fortune.
Another case Is given of a 6,000 ton boat
at Iluelve, about to load with a cargo
of Iron ore for England, which waa requl
tltloned suddenly and sent empty to the
Pacific, although there should have been
plenty of merchant ships available much
nearer the desired destination.
"How long," asks the Journal, "will
theae methods be tolerated T In the na
tional Intereat a committee of shipping
men should have been selected to or
ganise tha admiralty chartering."
Selling "Boss" Flinn
"Salted" Mine Costly
RTNO. Ner., Nov. IS Senator William
Fllnn of Pittsburgh baa been granted a
court Judgment agalnat the Twenty-One
Mining company of California and its
directors for t?S.Ono. aa the result of an
el fort on the part of the company to sell
a "salted" mine to him. The mine Is
located In California and the money re.
covered waa advanced at tha first pay
ment of a ixo.ooo option.
MAX BAEHR COMING HOME
FOR THANKSGIVING DAY
WASHINGTON, Nov. l.-(8pectal Tele
gram.) Max J. Baehr. former American
conaul at Berne, gwltaerland, waa In
Washington today en route to hla home
In .Bt, Paul, Neb., to spend the Thanks
giving and Christmas holidays with his
New Poatafflea F-atabllsked.
WABHINOTON Nov. l.-Speclal Tele
gram.) A poatofflce haa been established
at leat. Cherry rounty, Nebraska, with
Miss Carmen M. Acoeta aa postmaster.
tfisier lilts Mist,
LONDON. Nov. 19.-The American
sch. oner Helen W. Martin haa struck a
m.'n. 'J. U.now phor. The Helen
. Martin Is a three-masted vessel of
Rub Lumbago or
Pan From Back
Rub stiffness away with small
. trial bottle of old
"St. Jacobs OU."
Ah! Pain la (one!
QucklyT-Yee, Almost Instsnt relief
from soreness, stlffueaa. lameneas and
pain followa a ente rubbina with "hL
Rub this soothing, penetrstlnc oil rlht
on your painful back, and like malc re
lief conea. "Pt. Jacob, OH" Is a harm
leas backachs. lumbago sa sciatica cure
Which nevar dlsanrutlma -.i .
. ' ' -" urm 1 Dum
! the akUi. -
8(-lnhtea up! Quit eoinplalnln! Stop
those torturous -stitches " In a moment
you will forgrt that you ever had a weak
back, because It won t hurt or be atlff or
lame. .Itoa t suffer! Qt a small bottle
of old. honest "8t- Jacobs oil" from your
druifUt nw and aet this lasting relief
Chicago High School
Pupils of Charges
CHICAGO. Nov. 19 -An Investigation
Into morals in the high schools here,
which followed published statements of
laxity among the pupils, has vindicated
the pupils, according to a report tonight
by Mrs. Ella Flagg Toung, superintendent
An a ill! reus by Dr. Jane Rierier, presi
dent of the Oxford College for Women at
Oxford, O., at the International Purity
congresa at Pan Francisco last July re
flected on the morals of the high school
girls, Mrs. Young said, at about the same
time that Mra. Leonard Z. Meder, for
merly commissioner of public welfare,
waa quoted In the newspapers here aa
"I know there were as many aa tst
cases of ruined girls in the high schools
here laat year."
Mrs. Meder replied to an inquiry of
Mrs. Toung by sending a copy of a letter
she had received from Parker"H. Her
combe, recently employed by the board as
director of a bureau of statistics. The let
"Answering your Inquiry, I am In
formed by people who claim to know that
the annual record of girls attending high
school In Chicago who become pregnant
Is from S.V) to ). There Is certainly a
wonderful field for your welfare work In
Hercombe told the committee he did
not remember writing the letter, but if
he gave out any such Information he took
no responsibility for the figures.
"I may have repeated something I heard
at a woman's club meeting," he said.
Point for Eussia
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
Tai.'Rl'OA. Japan, Nov. l-Thls little
port has suddenly taken on great Im
portance to the Russian army. It Is the
Japanese terminus for the Russian volun
teer fleet, operating between Vladivostok
and Japan, and has suddenly become a
greet shipping center for arms and am
munition. Two boats operate regularly
every week between Tsuruga and Vladi
vostok and this survlce has been sup
planted by ' a number of small coaling
Tha docks at Tsuruga and platforms of
the railway station are now stacked high
with gun carriagea and ammunition cases.
Temporary shelters have been thrown up
and canvas is used for covering supplies
which caaoiot be placed under roof. Moat
of the vmr supplies are handled by Japa
nese wonvn dock laborers. Although the
women are less than five feet high, their
hard work has given them gTeat muscular
Tht Flight of the Stork.
Every normal person ! interestod
in tha arrival of the etork. It la the
greatest event in one'g life.
The exneetant mother nsuuts
everything else, comfort and peace
Of mind. This Ida im -.. S. U. IS
. . 7" - " W UMTS 11
Mother'g Friend, the aafe, dependable
external remedy, is used to sooth the
network ox nerves and to enable the
mUBclea to aTnsnt nefi.eetlwi k...
lieving undue strain.
Mother's Friend, obtained at any
drug store, is the one remedy nsed
and recommended bv thmiMni.
women everywhere, who testify as to
Its wonderful merit
Do Buy Tbe Una Skins Do Are Wholesale
Tanners and Manufacturers. Our Fire Sale
Prices On Hany Garments Are. Less Than The
Cost Of Tbe Stuns.
VOn and CHILDREN'S FUR GOATS and SETS.
MITTEHS, GLOVES and
nn n n
I -7 l - -
development. They wear ahort kimonos
which expose their muscular legs from
the knee down, and their bs re arms ahow
great strength, aa they lift casea of shells
and drag along the wheels of caissons.
Tsuruga Is a small city. It haa less
than 3.000 Inhabitants and most of these
are fishermen and seagoing folk. The
protected Inner port la small and hills
rise abruptly from the shore line, limit
ing the space available for trackage and
docks. Hitherto the demands upon ware
house and dock facilities have been slight.
Consequently there waa no preparation
Have You Been Waiting for a Big Suit Sale?
Then Here It It, and Be Sure to Come Early Saturday
OS0UP NO. 1
Choice of Any Suit
in Our Stock
From $40 to $75 '
There is no Need of Further Explanation. The Stock Is Complete With Everything
That Is Good Style This Season. The assortment Contains all Materials and Colors.
Your Absolute Choice of
Any Trimmed Eat
. in the House
J sraj U
No ' Firo DamagOy But
Slight Damago Dy Water
FUR and FUR
su .saw saaab. I 11 . 1
1925 South 13th St.
ANY 13TH ST. CAR STOPS AT THE DOOR
made for the deluge of Japanese ma
terials the railroad ta unloading here for
shipment to Vladivostok. Tsuruga la
thoroughly connected by rail with the
arma and ammunition centers of Japan
and Is bearing Its share of the extra bur
den Tokohama and other better known
ports are not able to accept
Shlmonlsekl Is also receiving much war
material from Japanese factories for
shipment to Fusan by steamer and then
over the Korean railways to Harbin and
the Tranaelberlan railway line. The chief
duty of the minor ports Is to handle cop
GROUP NO. 2
Choice of Any Suit
in Our Stock
From $35 to $40.
Women's Fall Coats
Odd Garments From
Our Regular Stock
Values to $12.50
Women's Fall Coats
Ottr Latest Models
New Fall Dresses
Silk or Serge
Values to $16.50
New Fall Waists
Lace or Silk
per, lead, shells, cartridges an1 guna man
ufactured In Japan. At Tokohama, Kobe
and Nagasaki foreign war supplies,
chiefly from America, are received frvujr
ships which do not rait at Vladlvoatf.
and forwarded by at earners calling at thi
Siberian seaport. Steamers arriving al
Tokohama from American Pacific porti
almost invariably land many shells fnt
large guns. The handling of such freight
on ships not provided with magaxlnei
causes some apprehension among passen
gers familiar with the risk incurred bj
carrying such freight.
GROUP NO. 3
Choice of & Big
Special Lot of Suits
Values to $25.
Any Afternoon Dress
Any Evening Dress
Any Dancing Dress
Any Street Dress
That Sold Up to $25.00
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