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ENTENTE PUTTING j
Powert Decide to Renew Economic
Measures in Attempt to Hasten
Answer to Note.
PEOPLE IN FAVOR OF YIELDING
PARIS. D. 4. The entente pow
ers consider Greece Is taXIng too long
to reflect upon the answer to their
demands and have, decided to apply
afjaln the economic measures which
were used with such effect fort
night ago, eaya the Figaro. The
newspaper declares orders hare been
given prohibiting the departure from
allied ports of all ships with cargoes
consigned to Greece and stopping Im
mediately the loading of Oreek ves
sels. Propl Furor Yielding.
ATHENS. Kec. 8. Vla Paris.) PuMIc
opinion la veerlna towards the fullest j
acceptance of the demands of the entente .
powers. While the government Is hesi
tating In framing Its reply thousand of
refugees are arriving at Fiorina arte
tramping through the deep snow from
Monastlr. All buildings are crowded anl
hundreds are without shelter. Children
are dying from hunger and exposure.
The municipal treasury haa been emptied
and appeals for alt have been mad to
Princess Demldoff Is expected to bead'
the relief work at Salonlki.
Macedonia Alreadr War Iae.
UONDON, Deo. 4. "Virtually the whole
of Grecian Macedonia haa been handed
over to the allies as a war base." says
the Berlin Tageblatt, as quoted In a
Copenhagen dispatch to the Exchange
Telegraph company. "Greece has agreed
to give the allies free use of the railroad
In this territory as well as of the Aegean
harbors. Including Kavala.
"Greece declines, however, to disarm
troops of the central powers If they pur
sue allied troops on Grecian territory."
The Tageblatt 1 also credited with the
statement that th central powers have
offered Greece southern Albania and Isl
ands In the Aegean on condition that it
decline to grant certain demands of the
. allies and remain neutral
Sunday's Revival at
Chicago Goes Over
Until Fall of 1917
CHICAGO, Deo, 4. A subcommittee of
clergymen, which had arranged for a
erles of revivals to be conducted by
"Billy" Sunday here In January, 1917,
consented today to a postponement to
September 14, 1917. Mr. Bunday asked the
postponement In order that he might
hold a similar aeries In New York In
Russian War Loan
V Failure, Says Berlin
BERLfN, Deo. 4 (By wireless to Bay
villa.) The Oversoaa .News agency as
sort that It haa received private ad
vices that the Russian war loan ha
proed a total failure.
"Although 1,000,000,000 roubles were of
fered for subscription," adds the1 news
agency, "the reports declare that during
a preliminary period of four days and
In two subscription days, the subscrip
tions of the majority of the banks and
ternment officers amounted to only
"According to the reports, the govern
ment has threatened to transport to
Slbera persons who offer loan securities
below the price of Issue."
Abolition of College
Base Ball Predicted
CHICAGO, Deo. . Eventual abolition
of college baae ball by all the conference
universities was predicted when their
faculty representatives met her today
In their, semi-annual session. A strong
feeling that the gam had become pro
fessionalised to aa extent that made It
undesirable as a - college sport
wa found among several of the dele
gates, aooordtng to T. F. Moran, the sec
retary, but there waa only a bar pos
sibility that It abolition would be rec
ommended at today' meeting.
Small hope for a Chang In the rule
prohibiting summer base ball playing by
college athlete waa seen as the dele
Roumania to Seize
Shipts in Its Ports
LONDON. Dee. . Reuter Buchareat
correapondent telegraph th Roumanian
military authorities have announced that
teamahtpa, bargee, tugs and other craft
anchored In Roumanian porta, belong
ing to foreign or private Roumanian com
panies, will be commandeered on Monday
'In the Interest of national defense.'
Premier Bratlano, the correapondent
ears, baa informed th Roumanian senate
, her he la unable to give explanations
of the government' foreign policy or In
formation concerning military supplies.
This Information I reserved "in the In
terest of national defense."
ATHLETIC EVENTS AT
Y M. C. A. WELL ATTENDED
About 250 persons witnessed the ath
lete events at th Toung Men's Christian
association last evening. Tn object ut
' the affair waa to allow new members of
see the actual work don so a to ed
them In selecting classes, which they are
expected to Join. Following U the pro
gram: Drill Young men'a 1 11 claaa.
t;inUc Advanced aituad.
Volley Ball Team of noon claa.
Hand polu. '
fcancy diving and swimming.
GENERAL HORACE NEIDE,
CIVIL WAR VETERAN, DIES
PHILADELPHIA. Dee. 4,-Brtgadler
General Horace Keide, died at hi bom
tier today from a complication or
diseases. II served with distinction
throughout the civil war and on March
IS. 1$. was made brigadier general for
rn-r torloua service.
General Nelde enlisted after th war
nd had served at army poeta la many
parts of tb country. He waa It year
EX-EMPEROR PU YI AND PRESIDENT YUAN SHI KAI
Several Chinese newspapers report that the nine-year-old
ex-emperor has been officially betrothed to a daughter of
President Yuan Shi Kai. :
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DATE FOR WILSON
Ceremony Will Be Performed at the
Home of Bride in Washington
ONLY RELATIVES WILL ATTEND
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. Presi
dent Wilton and Mrs. Norman Gait
will be married on Saturday, Decem
ber 18, at Mrs. Gait's home here, ac
cording to a formal announcement
made today at the White House.
It waa also announced that the
only guests will be Mrs. Gait's
mother, her brothers and sisters, the
president's brother and sister, his
daughters and the members of his
Immediate household. No Invita
tions will ba issued.
Honeymoon la Booth.
No announcement wa made regarding
plans for a honeymoon, -but It waa ex
pected that the president and his bnd
will leave Washington soon after th
ceremony for somewhere In the south.
While no announcement was made of
the hour of th ceremony It was under
stood It will be late In the afternoon.
Th Rev. Sylvester Beach, the presi
dent's pastor in Princeton, and th Rev.
Herbert Scott Smith, rector of Mrs.
Gait's church here, are expected to
The formal announcement of the wed
ding plana wa written out by the presi
dent himself this morning. Immediately
afterward he left the Whit House to
visit Mrs. Gait Both have agreed that
all th details shall be aa simple a
Display Not Desired.
It haa been Intimated to th diplomats
who have made Inquiries at th Stato
department that no display In connec
tion with the wedding Is desired. How
ever, It Is expected that many officials
and admirers of the president will send
Joseph R. Wilson of Baltimore, the
president's brother; Mr. Ann How, his
sister, and Mrs. Francis B. Sayre, the
president's daughter, will be guests at
the White House when they come to
attend the wedding. Miss Margaret Wil
son and Mrs, W, O. McAdoo, the other
two daughters of the president, already
Mrs. Gait's home, where the ceremony
will be performed. Is In the fashionable
section of Washington, but Is too small
to contain a large party. Nevertheless,
both Mrs. Gait and the president decided
not to have the wedding In th Whit
ST. LOUIS COMMITTEE URGES
CITY'S CONVENTION CLAIM
ST. LOUIS. Deo. 4. A committee of
twelv left her at noon today for Wash
ington to urge th claim of St. Loula
for th democratlo national convention.
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A vanguard left here two days ago.
Among; those who Ipft today wfre Sen
ators Htone and need, C'onpreB?mnn I(?o,
David R. Francis. Tlolla Well, treasurer
of the democratic national committor;
Fentus J. Wado and Walker Hill, bankers.
French Ship is Sunk
by Austrian Subsea
FAIU8, Dec. 4. "Further particulars of
the sinking of the French steamship Al
gerlen on November 26 show that the ves
sel waa torpedoed without warning by a
submarine flying the Austrian flag," the
Rome correspondent of the Journal tele
graphs. "The submarine also fired shells,
one of which killed the captain.
"The crew lowered boats. One of them
picked up the captain's body, but this
boat waa then attacked an I aunk by
No previous report had been received
of the sinking of the Algerlen, but a
London dispatch of November 29, prob
ably referring to the same Incident, said
the French steamship Algerlen had been
sent to the bottom and that twenty-nine
members of Its crew' were missing, eight
having been saved. The Algerlen, of 1.71S
ton gross and 2G0 feet long, was built
In 18S1 and owned In Marseilles.
a b a ntifnl
and tnuoa ap
Xa spite of
the war w
last week, to receive aa importation
of the following- Soropean gong
Kuropean Goldfinches ....
Kuropean (ireen Linnets ..
uniiNn ursj i.iuiicia ........ v.uv
r.ui iijf mi iirii-urpttjiiwa nouns f i.uu
Kuropean lllackblrds S8.0O
Kuropean Hong Thrushes .,,,..98.00
Kuropean Iilackcapa 8.00
Kuropean Blskins SXW
If you are looking for a good
Inger, other than a canary, one of
the above birds will pltase you. as
these varieties are known aa very
Come in early don't wait until
they are all gone. Make your se
lection now and we will keep your
bird for you until Chrlatmaa free of
Max Geisler Bird Go.
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THIS IS NATIONAL
FOUR DOLLAR WEEK
Everyone knows of the quality of Walk-Over
Shoes, which have stood the test of over 40
years. Many of the Men's and Women's Shoes
included in this National $4.00 Walk-Over Shoe
Sale are from our $5.00 and $6.00 lines, so come
early while we have your size.
Any Shoes shown in our windows this week
sell at $-1.00.
WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP
317 South 16th Street
i win i 'in 'r ijiririT i " i " '1 1 M . .;.- - t.-..- . .- .. ' - LIJ r . 1
1 11 s.
Postpone Fight to j
WAPrilNOTOV. D"C. 4 The fluht ti
reptrlct delate In the senate, democrats
ogr ed todiy in conference, should not
be urged on the opening day of congress
snd will be postponed until later In thu
In view of this decision.' Majority
trader Kern telegraphed today to Vice
Fresldent Marshall at Indlannpoll that
It will not be nei'eseary for him to be
present on the opening Oay. The vice
president wished to delay In arrlvlnj,
owing to the Illness of Mrs. Marshall.
When the democratic caucus recessed
It was announced that the Ilea to make
the cloture resolution a party irnasur
had been abandoned. The opponents of
the effort to llm.t debate. It was evident,
were so much In the majority that th
subject could not be approved by caucus
It was predicted that a resolution con
taining some form of revision of the rules
would be Introduced on Monday and
formally be referred to a committee. The
Indications are that the friends of clotura
will have difficulty In getting favorable
Reduction in Bail
For Indicted Men
CHICAGO. Dec. 4. Twenty-six of the
fifty-four men named In the forty-six
labor extortion and connpiracy Indict
ments returned last night were granted
a reduction In ball today by Judge Rich
ard Hurke In the criminal court to $2,NW
on each Indictment. In place of 1196,iw0
ball demanded by the state.
The bond ruling was regarded as a
victory for the defendants, as the state
had asked that the men be held In Jail,
if they could not furnish the 1196,000 ball
The reduction In ball applied only to
the men who appeared In court to answer
the charges against them, the Judge
Intimating that he would not consider a
reduction In ball of any indicted men who
did not appear in court.
Attorney Frank Comerford, counsel for
a number of the men under arrest, said
today that the grand Jury's action was
part of a conspiracy by employers to de
stroy union labor In Chicago.
We naturally assume that
you nr interested in Diamonds,
because they are the rarest and
most beautiful of precious
stones. And particularly should
you be Interested in Diamonds
at this season of the year be.
cause surely no better Christ
mas gift could be found. And
no matter what size of stone
you wish, you ran buy to best
advantage here. Ask your
Other merchandise in our
store is of equal standard. In
case you would not wish a Dia
mond perhaps one of these
suggestions would meet with
your approval: '
IJTTLE FFNGEIl RINO
Or Perhaps Something in Silver
or Cut Glass.
TSompsokBelden & (b. -
Tke .Jorecfke Chmfmaj Jpirif
That's why we don't hesi
tate to suggest them as gifts,
knowing that they are al
ways well received.
Dainty embroidered designs,
in white and colors,
at - - 15, 25, 50
Handkerchiefs with roll
hems to crochet over,
from . . - 1510 50
An unlimited number of
very beautiful designs, all
at - 50
Children's Handkerchiefs in
boxes ...... 25
Children's all-linen embroid
ered handkerchiefs in col
ors, each .... 15
make Likeable, pretty gifts;
a sufficient yardage for a
dress, and a waist pattern of
plaid or striped silk, done
up in a Christmas package.
Can you imagine a more
and Initialed Pillow
and Day Cases
Embroidered on extra fine
quality casing, all new de
signs and work; hemstitched
scalloped edge, 59c,
98S $1.25, $2.50 and
$3.00 a pair.
Give Silk Hosiery
And know that your selection will be well
Ingrain and pure dye hose in colors and
black, $1.00 a pair.
Beautiful pure thread silk hose of superior
quality, in black street and evening
shades, $1.50 a pair.
Also many exclusive novelties of both
American and French manufacture.
We demonstrate at Christmas time our
contention that this is the Hosiery head
quarters of Omaha.
TSompson.Belden & (o.
The Fur Shop
is prepared for the coming
of cold weather with new
and attractive ideas in fur.
There are many exclusive
pieces, and the prices are
A Gift Worth
Silks are being selected
with increased favor every
year, for of all gifts none so
well reflects a sensible
choice as silks.
A length for a dress, a
waist, a petticoat, boxed for
gift purposes, is worthwhile.
Monday the First Day
of the Annual
December Clearaway of Suits
$15, $24.50, $29.50, $35
The Values offered
The Styles shown
are all new.
Your inspection is
The December Clearaway
was started four years ago.
It was a tremendous success,
which has been repeated
each year. This year it will
.be better than ever before.
The "Castle" Figure
All the Rage
It Is Built With a Redfern Corset
Mrs. Vernon Castle says that never
before did a corset appeal to her. Now
she says that never before was she so
comfortable and that from now on she
is a devotee of the Redfern.
An exact reproduction of the Mrs.
Vernon Castle Redfern Corset the
latest Redfern creation a model, for
shaping the Castle figure for slender
and average women, can be seen at our
counters and fitted by our experts.
Can be washed and
Hair Goods Section
Is Important on
the Holiday List
Our fresh, new stocks are
overflowing with new ideas
that are certain to meet with
Dutch Collars, and Collars
with cuffs to match, in great
"variety . 50 to $2.75
Georgette Crepe Collars,
with cuffs, $1.50, $1.75
Net and Georgette Vests
from - - 50 to $4.75
Separate High Collars, and
Higl Collars with Tests,
buttoned in front and in
back, from 50 to $6.50
of Human Hair
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