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    THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. SKPTEMBER 27, 1916.
Nebraska
RANKS OF DEMOS
BECOME SHAKEN
Evidences on All Sides That
Harmony Is Lacking Among
the Bourbons.
BRYAN MEN DISSATISFIED
(Fiorn a Staff CormpowlonU
Lincoln, Sept. 26. (Special.) "We
are not doing any worrying over the
so-calied republican deflection of
votes to President Wilson," said Jess
Craig, manager of the speakers'
bureau of the republican state com
mittee today.
'It is giving the democratic press
a whole lot more concern than it is
us.
Every report we have received has
Eiven the state committee satislac
tion. It seems strange for ordinarily
one expects to hear from spotted Io
calities where some candidate has
aroused opposition, but not so this
year. Above all we have found the
people of Nebraska most receptive
to the candidacy of Justice Hughes
and he is apparently winning tresh
admirers each day' with his clean
cut denunciation of democratic abuse.
Democrats Split.
"Something else is giving us a lot
of satisfaction too. It's the number
of democrats who are flocking to re
publican state headquarters, and in
dicating that at least two democratic
candidates cannot hope for the united
suppor, of their party. -Apparently it
is the purpose of the democratic
press o hide he facional roubles of
hat organizaion.
"It's becoming more apparent every
day that hundreds of Bryan demo
crats will support the republican
ticket, at least." .
Constantly increasing demands for
literature have compelled the republi
can state committee again to enlarge
tne neaciquarters. i. jonns, wno
is in charge of the publicity bureau,
has been given separate quarters and
has a big force working to keep pace
with the requests for campaign ma
terial. Nebraska is going to receive a lively
bombardment from republican ora
tors within the next few weeks. Jess
Craig has a number of speakers ar
ranged for and is now completing
their itineraries.
Rail Commission Comes
To Deadlock With Reed
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Sept. 26. (Special.) The
railway commsision has asked Attor
ney General Reed tot prosecute the
Farmers' Co-Operative Elevator com
pany of Riverdale for failure to abide
by the state warehouse law although
Mr. Reed has pronounced the law un
constitutional and unenforceable. Mr.
Reed has indicated that he will not
prosecute, since he does not believe
that it can be done successfully.
The commission complains against
the elevator company on the grounds
that it is not submitting its monthly
reports.
Mr. Reed holds the law unconsti
tutional, because, in his opinion, a
grain elevator is not a common car
rier. The State Railway commission
has authority only over common car
riers, according to the state constitu
tion. , x , ,
Neville Speaks on Street;
No Hearers in His Hall
Bridgeport, Neb., Sept. 26. (Spcy
cial Telegram.) Keith Neville spoke
to a mere handful of people on the
streets this afternoon in behalf of his
campaign. The address was scheduled
to be held in the Miller opera house,
but owing to the fact that no hearers
put in their appearance, the speech
was delivered by Neville from his car
on the street. On the whole, theocca
sion was a fiasco.
Leslie M. Shaw to Make
Address in Capital City
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Sept .' 26. (Special.)
Word was received by the republican
state committee here late today that
Leslie M. Shaw, former secretary of
the treasury, would speak in Eincoln
at the city auditorium on the night of
October 10. Republican managers
here plan to make the Shaw meeting
one of the big rallies of the campaign.
Had Bilious Attacks.
"My son, 19 years of age, suffered
frequently from bilious attacks. My
husband brought home a bottle of
Chamberlain's Tablets and began giv
ing them to him. They helped him
right away. He began to-eat heartily
and picked up right along," writes
Mrs. Thomas Camobell. Kirkville.
Y. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
for a fine
complexion
you must do something more
than use cosmetics. You must
keep the blood pure, the liver
jnd kidneys active and the
bowels regular. You must also
correct the digestive ills that
cause muddy skin and dull eye
offer you the needed help. They
are mild in action, but quickly
strengthen the stomach, gen
tly stimulate the liver and regu
late the bowels. They put the
body in good condition so the
organs work as nature intend
ed. Backed by sixty years of
toefulness, Beecham s Pills
are worth
considering
KntUmaf feedal Vdaa ta ImiHot ba.
feUanrrwhara. kasat, 10c, 2S.
deedms
MS
Notes from Beatrice
And Gage County
Beatrice, Neb., Sept. 26. (Special.)
R. W. Hall and a Mexican em
ployed by the Burlington road as a
laborer engaged in a pistol duel in
the Burlington yards last evening
near a string of Mexican bunk cars
with the result that the Mexican was
shot in the leg and severely wounded.
Hall was arrested and lodged in jail.
He stated that the Mexican insulted
his sister, who was fishing not far
away, and when he met the Mexican
the latter fired two shots at him.
He then pulled his gun and shot the
fellow in the leg. Soon after the
shooting the young woman whom
Hall claims is his sister was also ar
rested. She had in her possession the
weapon with which Hall shot the
Mexican.
Clyde Raymond, the little son of
Samuel Berry of this city, died yes
terday of tuberculosis at the home
of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Duntz.
The body of the late Mrs. John
Dyck, a former resident of Beatrice,
who died at Omaha Sunday, was
brought here today for interment. The
deceased was 57 years of age and
leaves a large family.
The little daughter of George Cole
man sustained a broken thigh and se
vere bruises about the body in a run
away at Blue Springs yesterday.
The county fair opened here today
with a large attendance. Wednesday
will be democratic day and Thurs
day republican day. W. L. Stark,
candidate for congress, and Vic Wil
son, candidate for railway commis
sioner, will speak for the democrats.
John L. Kennedy, candidate for
United States senator, and Judge Sut
ton,' candidate for governor, will be
the speakers on republican day.
Oxford Votes Bonds
For Sewer System
Oxford. Neb.. Sent. 26. (Special.)
At a special election held yesterday
to vote on tne question oi issuing
bonds to build a city sewer system,
the bonds carried by a vote of 122
to 12.
Work on the new brick block to
take the place of the one demolished
by the tornado of August 9 is pro
gressing and the building will soon
be ready for the occupants, the Se
curity bank, JNeilsen-Macicprang nara-
ware and the Fair stores. I he build
ing is all modern, with a stone and
glazed brick finish.
the Burlington railroad nas pur
chased addition grounds near its
rmht-of-wav and will erect a larger
and more up-to-date round house to
take the place of the one removed
by the storm.
Omaha's Milk Supply '
Is Keeping to Standard
(From a Staff Correspondent.) ,
Lincoln. Sent. 26. (Special.)
Omaha's milk supply is much im
proved, an inspection by the state
food department indicated yesterday.
Fsve inspectors made the rounds yes
terday, covering practically the same
ground taken in a month ago, when
a large number of-prosecutions were
brought.
Sciatic'. Ptening Pain. .
Ton can depend upon. Sloan'i Liniment ta
kill the nerve palna of sciatica; It pene
trates without rubbing-. Only 26c. Alt drug
gists. Advertisement v
Piano Lamps, $18 and up.
Mahogany and Gold
Standard . Table Lamps;
$10 and up; made in
ivory, gold and mahog
any, Candle Sticks, Shades,
Shade Holders and Can
dles from50c up. '
Cordova Leather
Ladies' Bags, Bill Holders,
Photo Holders, Cigar and
Cigarette Cases, Card
Cases, Table Mats, Glove
Cases, etc. Price $1 and
up.
Flowers
Artificial American Beau
t i e s, Daisies, Poppies,
Clover Blossoms, Nastur
tiums, Cycleman, Roses,
etc. Prices from 25c up.
Pictures
Of every description
Paintings, Etchings, Mezzo-tints.
Prints of all
sorts, from $1 up.
You buy the picture. We
furnish the frame free.
You can now furnish your
home with Pictures at less
price than fancy Wall Pa
per will cost you. Many
are taking advantage of
this big offer.
WHY NOT YOU?
A. HOSPE CO.
1513-15 Douglas St.
Hospe Art
Shop Sale
KENNEDY AND
REATO IN THIRD
Candidates Speak at Dubois,
Table Sock, Steinauer
' and Burchard.
MMULLEN ALSO SPEAKS
Pawnee City, Neb., Sept. 26. (Spe
cial.) The republican senatorial and
congressional campaign in Pawnee
county opened yesterday. John I..
Kennedy of Omaha, republican candi
date for United States senator, and
Congressman C. F. Rcavis of Falls
City entered upon a speaking tour of
the county and the First congressional
district, commencing with a morning
meeting on the street at Dubois and
closing with a nieht meetinir in the
town hall at Burchard. Two afternoon
street meetings were held, one at
Table Rock and the other at Stein
euer. AHam Atrt11, rtf w.
republican candidate for state senator!
aiso spoxe at each meeting.,
The theme of the speeches delivered
throughout the rlau ,.., .... ...
-o " jk mineral lu
the farmers of southeastern Nebraska,
anu at an stops much applause was
elicited.
Underwood Act Sectional.
Mr. Kennerlv atiH fr P...,..:
ed out that the legislation of the last
four years by a democratic congress
had been for the benefit of the south
rather than for the benefit of the
country in general. The Underwood
tariff measure, they said, gives pro
tection to the products of the farms
of the south, but leaves unprotected
the nrndurtft ef t tma f
7 ,oll"a UI 9UUII1-
eastern Nebraska. They showed that
me sumn is in me saddle and giving
the benefits nf . :cc .
f""" laiui hi
the sections of the country from which
President Wilson and Mr. Underwood
come. Dut giving to the rest of the
Ijmterl stata t,o . r
iivt uduc pulley OI
the democratic party. They asked that
protection be applied to all parts if
.. ia guuu tiling, ami not restrict its
benefits to any favored section.
The manv farmers in th t,A;anB
expressed by liberal applause their
disapproval of the democratic plan of
to the south by appropriation
",c "curasna rarmers nave to
rr
THE WEEK OF
Wonderful Windows
Begins Wednesday night at 7 o'clock.
Be sure to view these beautiful win
dows. Last year more than 35,000
people came downtown to see the
windows.
Welcome
Thrice
State of
-A
Upon' the
lour 5Uth Birthday
This year Omaha has double cause to congratulate
herself Ak-Sar-Ben celebrates and joins hands
with the State of Nebraska in her Half Century as
a state.
-irTJJSS GREAvT ST0RE OFFERS TO EVERY
VISITOR A HUNDRED AND ONE CONVEN
IENCES AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
, We earnestly invite yon to take advantage of these,
and to permit us to be of service to you in any way
TUmSg,lAUryjn 0maha- It is a big celebration
l Mi) U A BIG STORE we are ready to serve you
- as only the biggest store in the Middle West can.
Fur Trimmings
For Fall Gowns
A Most Remarkable and
Opportune Offering.
WE ARE SHOWING just
the Fur .Trimmings that you
will want right now, for
they are the Trimmings upon
which Fashion has put her
seal of approval. Here they
are at exceptionally small
prices. ,
Black, Brown and " Gray
Coney Furs, 50c a yard.
Black, Brown and White
Mole Coney (Imitation Er
mine), special, at $1.00 a yard.
Beaver, Mole, Nearseal,
Natural Oppossum and Black
Oppossum, $2.98 a yard.
White Mufflon, Taupe
Mufflon, Beaver, Skunk, Op
possum, Natural Oppossum
and Fitch, $3.98 a yard.
(Main Floor.
. Hair Goods Sale
Switches necessary for
prevailing modes of hair
dressing.
20-Inch Switch, $1.56 values,
$r 69
22-Inch Switches, $2.50 values,
for.-. 81.98
24-Inch Switches, $5.00 values
for- 82.50
Gray Switches, 24 inches long.
Weight ZV, ounces. Regular $5.00
values, at ,. . . .$2.98
Estimates furnished for those
difficult shades, in aijy article of
hair goods.
Second Floor.
TODAY
; purchase with their own funds and
taxes.
Federal Drainage for South.
Congressman Keavis stated that
; congress had appropriated $9,000,000
! to give drainage benefits tT the farm
I ers of the south, and that the farmers
I of Richardson and Tawnce counties
and the other counties in Nebraska
had been compelled to get the same
results by heavy special assessments
and charges against their lands. Con
gress, he said, could not be particular
ly generous to any one section and at
the same time be just to all. He as
serted that he had always voted
against such discriminating legislation
and that his opponent had always vot
ed for such legislation.
Both speakers remarked upon the
prosperity of today, but asserted that
it is nothing to brag about, as it is
built upon the graves of the best
young men in Europe and made pos
sible by the woes of a world. After
the war, with the present Underwood
tariff, they urged that the United
States would be inviting the countries
of the world to make the United
States their dumping ground, and that
then prosperity would not reign su
preme, as the present high prices were
due to 'the fact that all Europeans arc
now consumers and not producers, I
that the United States is exporting I
chiefly and because there is litt e im-;
porting. Only one thing will save the
United States from industrial disaster
after the war, thev said, and that is
the protective tariff for which the re
publican party has always stood.
Mr. Kennedy drew tie farmers to
him by .the declaration that he had
farmed in two countries and had an
eleven days' steerage passage in be
tween. Many of his hearers today have
enjoyed a similar experience.
Pawnee Candidates with Party.
In today's campaign two automobile
loads of Pawnee county candidates
have accompanied the speakers. They
are; Harry V. Scott, candidate for
county clerk; John Albright, candidate
for county treasurer; Frank A. Bar
ton, candidate for county attorney; V.
T. Parkinson, candidate for state rep
resentative; J. C. McClung, candidate
for sheriff; D, W. Neal, Candidate for
county judge, all of Pawnee City, and
Rufus Church and H. A. Moore, editor
of the Dubois Press.
At Dubois Rev. H. R. McKclvie of
the United Brethren church presided
and introduced the speakers, while at
Table Rock Frank R. Taylor, editor of
the Argus, acted as chaixaian of the
street meeting. All along the line to
day the candidates have received a
warm reception,
King Ak and Ak-Sar-Ben Visitors
Welcome
Nebraska
Occasion of
Three Special Glove Values
For Wednesday
At the prices we quote on these excel
lent Gloves you cannot afford to miss this
1L
opportunity.
ami nm
Long Kid Gloves
For Ak-Sar-Ben Ball and Social Functions.
Perrin's 16-Button Length White Kid Gloves,
usually sold at $3.50 pair. An extraordinary offer
for Wednesday only, at $2.59
Main Floor.
The "Haddorff" Piano Plays
The Music Most Beautifully
YES THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN PIANOS.
Some instruments give forth a hard, metallic
sound, and are stiff in key action and slow in re
sponse. These Pianos are actually hard to play,
strange as that statement may sound; Any good
musician will tell you that he can play much better
if the instrument is in "sympathy" with his touch
and technique.
Haddorff Pianos and Player Pianos
Are:
First Built of the best materials.
- Second Beautiful in casement.
Third Responsive and sympathetic in action.
Fourth Giving perfect melody in their tone notes.
AND THE FIFTH REASON BEST OF ALL YOU
CAN BUY THESE BEAUTIFUL PIANOS PRAC
TICALLY ON YOUR OWN TERMS.
We carry a complete line of Q. R. S. and
Imperial Player Piano Records at all times.
N. B. We shall be pleased to play any of these pianos or
player pianos with records for you at any time. Third Floor.
Tabloids of Politics
Little Items About the
Progress of tho Campaign.
State Secretary Porter of the So
cialist party, has received word that
George R. Kirkpatrick, socialist can
didate for vice president, will he in
Omaha October 6, and will speak at
8 o'clock that evening in Washington
hall.
William A. Foster has filed his pe
tition signed by 353 qualified elector
asking that his name be placed on the'
official ballot as a candidate for the
Board oi Education. Mr. Foster has
represented the Fourth ward on the
Board for four years, being elected as
a republican. Under the new law the
members will be nonpartisan and will
be elected at large. Two hundred
names are required on the petition.
ENTENTE ALLIES
FIGHT WAY INTO
TOWNOFCOMBLES
(CntlnuMl From Pur On.)
none the less surely, the British have
pushed their advance on the north of
the German salient. Their struggles
to reach and hold Ginchy and Guil'e
mont were expensive in time and mon,
hut finally the " ground north of
Combles and some distance to the
east Wjas occupied, putting the town
in a pocket of which the opening was
constantly being narrowed by the
drives of the entente armies.
Close Opening of Pocket.
Yesterday came the combined ef
fort of the French and British to
close the opening or at least render
it so narrow that what could be ex
tracted through it by Germans would
not be-worth while. Only two roads
remained over which the Germans
could withdraw their men and guns.
The single track railroad running
through the place had long since been
rendered useless.
Attacking from the north, General
Haig's forces pushed to and occu
pied Morval, cutting the northerly
road to Le Transloy.
Striking from the south the French
pushed their line to Fregicrftirt, sevcr
ng communication with Combles over
Women s Two-Clasp Chamouatte Cloves, in
white or natural color. Guaranteed wash
able. Should sell at 75c, according to pres
ent market conditions. Special, Wednesday,
Pair 55
Bacmo Guaranteed Washable Kid Gloves,
oyster or pearl white with black embroidered
backs. Every pair guaranteed washable. Spe
cially priced for Wednesday, at 81.45
We shall announce in detail
a wonderful sale of Men's
Top Coats and Raincoats.
the southerlv road that stretching
towrads Saifljf. The gap between
Morval and Frcgicourt, a mile and a
half in width and reaching back to
ward Combles, was swept from either
direction by I the combined fire of
Flinch and British guns.
It is not thought probable that any
considerable force of Germans re
mained in Combles. During the day
yesterday when it was becoming evi
dent the allied forces were achieving
their object of closing in east of the
town the Germans are reported to
have begun withdrawing guns from it,
WHY WOMEN .
WRITE LETTERS
To Lydia E. Pinkham Medi
cine Co.
Women who are well often ask "Are
the letters which the Lydia E. Pinkham
Medicine Co. are continually publishing,
genuine?" "Are they truthful?"
" Why do women write such letters? "
In answer we say that never have we
published a fictitious letter or name.
Never, knowingly, have we published
an untruthful letter, or one without tho
full and written consent of the woman
who wrote it
The reason that thousands of women
from all parts of the country write such
grateful letters to the Lydia E. Pink-
bam Medicine Co. is that Lydia IS. Fink'
ham's Vegetable Compound has brought
health and happiness into. their lives,
once burdened with pain and suffering.
It has relieved women from some of
the worst forms of female ills, from dis
placements, inflammation, ulceration.
irregularities, nervousness, weakness,
stomach troubles and from tne blues.
It Is Impossible for any woman who
is well and who (STSyr
has never suffered TWaA
to realize how these
poor, suffering wo
men feel when re
stored to health;
their keen desire to
help other women
who are suffering as
they did.
THE WEEK OF
Wonderful Windows
Begins Wednesday nght at 7 o'clock.
Be sure to view these beautiful win
dows. Last year more than 35,000
people came downtown to see the
windows.
Wilton Rugs
Hartford Kermans and Bigelow
lihpahans. The finest quality Wil
ton Rugs made.
Size 9x12 S7O.00
Size 8-3x10-6.... $65.00
Size 6x9 ......$40.00
Size 36x63 $12.00
Size 27x54 $7.50
Art Loom Seamless Wilton
Rufs. We carry this ru in three
qualities.
gize 9x12. .-. . .$45. $50. $55
Size 8-3x10-6, $40. $45. $50
Size 36x63 $8.00
Size 27x54 $5.00
Axminster Rugs
We have a beautiful line of
these popular rugs.
Size 9x12 $24 to $35.00
Size 8-3x10-6. .$21 to $32.50
Size 36x72 $4.50
Size 27x60 $3.00
Nonpareil Chenile
Chamber Rugs
Washable and durable. Beauti
ful combinations of colorings and
patterns.
Size 4x7 feet $9.00
Size 86x72 inches $5.50
Size 30x60 inches..' $4.50
Size 24x36 inches $2.25
Third Floor.
Wall Paper
In Room Lots
Enough Wall Paper, con
sisting of 10 rolls wall, 6 rolls
ceiling and 18 yards border
to decorate an entire room 12
xl4x9 feet high. Six patterns,
in all colors, with border and
ceiling to match. Worth
$1.84, at . . . . , 93
Popular Plain Domestic
Oatmeal Papers, all colors,
with your choice of a large
selection of cut-out borders.
Nothing prettier for down
stairs rooms. Including 9 rolls
wall, 6 rolls ceiling and 18
yards cut-out border. All
complete for entire room, for
on'y $3.21
Third Floor.
WATCH
FOR IT
Tire dealers say
that practically all
last year's United
States Tire users
continue to buy
United States Tires
this year.
Only " make-good "
sells anything the
second time.
Nobby
Tread
The first
real, .err high- f
gride anti-ilcid, -and
(till the first.
Th atf st
effective. Effi
cient anti-tkid
at its price.
Tread
AierrlenMe .
antMkid costing 1
but little mote
than a 'Plus
Treid. .
'Royal
Cord
The mod era
multicord tire
with unusual
anti-skid quali
ties. 'Plain
Tread
A front wheel
tire of extra
mileage qualities.
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