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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER L 1M2.
$15 to $17.50
On Sale at
$20 to $25
CO A TS
On Sale at
Omaha's Greatest Clothing Store
A Most Remarkable Sale of Over
600 Women's Coat
Positively Worth From $15
to $25 y on, Sale Saturday at
THIS remarkable sale of women's and misses' new fall and winter coats at this
time of the year, which is practically at the beginning of the coat season, and
the fact that the sale is at this store are snfficieilt reasons to predict that this
will be the greatest coat sale of the season.
Our entire first floor has practically been given over to this remarkable coat sale.
You will be delighted with the enormous assortment you will have to choose from,
and every garment bears the Julius Orkin high standard of style rind quality.
THE MATERIALH ARE BOUOLE, CHINCHILLA, WHIPCORD, BROAD
CLOTH, DOUBLE FACED CLOTH, NOVELTY MIXTURES, ETC.
All the15 to $17.50
All the $20 to $25
JULIUS ORKIN, 1510 Douglas Street
TAFT GAINING, SAYS WORLD
Coincident with Admission is Report
that Business is Better. ,
ALL CONDITIONS ABE FAVORABLE
Xow'p to Pi'ople to Sny If They
AVnnt Thin L'liimunlly Good SlnU"
of Affalrx to It cumin
,;UV CIIAHM2S H. HILARS,
Chairman Republican National Committee
NEW YOIHC, Nov. i:-(SpccIal.) "Tuft
Is saining," ys the democratic New.
York World, a few days Jnsforo election.
Coincident with that admission these
headlines are noticeable tn the ' preps:
"Grains. Firm. Slightly Higher. Prices
tending upward:" "Conditions more In
vorable for Trade Expansion. Heavy
demand for goods;" "Business Men for
Taft. Financial depression would follow
tcpubllcan deftat. say 02 per cent of those
Then comes another democratic news
paper, which rays: "The veto power no
longer need bo reckoned with In the fram
ing of leg'rJntlon to insulate our Indus
tres on n new basl?. If tho democratic
candidate (Wilson) Is elected."
Those few lines present the situation In
a nutshell as the American voters make
ready to march to the polls.
With every line of business prospering
there are bright, hopes for the future',
subject only to the possibility of demo
cratic victory on next Tuesday, and the
"readjustment" or "regulation" of our
Industrie on a free trade tariff basis.
A veto can bo given to the democratic
program by tho business interests of this
nation, on election day. Indications arc
that veto will be 'voted. The menaco of
next March or April can be prevented by
right action In November and that Is why
business men, "92 per cent of those can
.vssed," as ono newspaper states, are
for freMdent Tufts re-elcctJon.
How about, the other S per cent? Are
you Included In that small minority? Why
not" get into line with your fellows, your
business nssrielates and vote for the great
est" good for the greatest number, for a
continuance of buWness prosperity,
against a change In our tariff system,
against nil assaults on our constitution
and' .our courts?
Cnlnnilty Howl from Opposition.
Democratic and third-term advocates
arc calamity howlers. Their chief issue
Is that this government Is obsolete, that
It must be, changed from top to bottom.
Senator Polndoxtcr of the state of Wash
ington, a third-term advocate, says: "This
government Is not only the most obso
lete, It also Is the most Irresponsible and
jopse-Voxs Biscurr (pKFAHT
., Omaha, Nob.
Pleats send me FREE my "Surprise
Box" of assorted Sunshine Biscuits.'
1 Addresa r.....
I Irresponsive of any government in the
, ""Let Us change the government and
tho laws," shout first tho third-term
leaders, then tho democrats, "We aro the
only salvation of tho United States."
Senator Polndexter, bo,lt said, has been
on the public payroll almost continuously
Tor the last twenty years. Ho has suc
ceeded in staying there by shouting loader
for every "Ism" which has arisen, than
his opponents, from free silver In 1S!H5, to
the abolition of the "obsolete'1 constitu
tion in 1912.
l'rojirniu of Tnrmoll.
A program of turmoil, uncertainty. In
stability, experlmehtlng with government,
something new, not 'because It Is better
than tho old, -but because It Is new, Is
offered, ppd urged upon, the American
people by both third-termers and demo-'
There will be no extra session to par-1
alyao business, no tinkering with tho pro-1
tectlve tariff system, no. competition with
the overproduction of overpopulated for
elgh coiintrles, no abolition of our rights
as guaranteed by the constitution, if the
republican party receives a voto of con
fidence from tho, voters ohinext Tuesday.
If tho'AmerJcan peoiile should elect Wil
son to tlio 'presidency, they would havo i
to "trust Providence" as a prominent I
riAtrinrrnt tma nnf.1 .Wn ....... I. I
pen. There Is a good old saying, how
ever, that Providence helps those who
help themselves.' If tho American people I
vote for their own bost Interests, would '
thoy not have hotter reason to expect tho
blessing of Providence for continued
Do you want your. Industry and your (
wage's "readjusted" or "regulated" by I
the democrats or third-term calamity
AVnll Street Money.
George W. Perkins cries "all the money
In Wall street" has been raised to re
elect President Taft, when he knows that
moro "Wall street" money has flowed
Into the third-term coffers than Into tho
republican campaign fund. Henry C.
Hu'ribbrough. former United States sena
tor from North Dakota, says: "Tho gov
ernment is gritting further and further
from Vall street every day. Thin is due
In "loTge part -to the business policy of
the present secretary of tho treasury.
This .declaration of independence, on tho
port of tho Treasury department Is em
phasized in Secretary MacVeagh's pro
posal of a few months ago that the fed
eral government Htood ready to movo tho
crops. It wos a great lesson In finance,
so simple that little was said of It In
You know whether Perkins, the finan
cial director of the third. term movement,
or Senator Hunsbrough has stated the
How can a patriot, believing In his
country and Its rich Inheritance, turn his
buck on President Taft, the exponent of
all that Is best for the American people,?
Wo do not bcllevo he will. There will bo
n heavy patriots' voto for President Toft
on next Tuesday.
rOU'LL find Overcoats and Suits here that
- are really English, regular "Britishers"
with the "haitches" dropped.
"Tweeds" from the looms of Scotland,
"Homespuns" from Donegal in Ireland,
"Vicunas" from Saxony.
These are the English clothes of London
with American modification of 'smart manu
facturing. English Raglans, Great Coats, , Belt Back Overcoats and Box
Overcoats with convertabtc collars, $20 tO $40
English Suits, narrowsshouldcrs, roll lapel, 4?1f fc A f
high cut Vests, at..... .$11 W p'tU
' ' '
English Norfolk Coats and Trousers in all d 1 Cf0
the new models, at ........... :plD lO pQ
Men's Cold Weather "Fixins"
Vassnr and Superior Union Suits $1 to $5
Two-piece garments 45c to 3.50
Flannel Shirts .(n..il.i(n;y .c.o.llai?) $1.00 to $3.50
Sweater Coats This stock' embraces every style you could
want for any .occasion. They are all knit from high grade
wool and worsted yarn's and will fit porfeotly and comfortably
all colors, all sizosat $1.00 to $7.50
Every Sunshine Yum -Yum is a goody! They're
crisp little biscuits, spiced with ginger. Everybody
likes 'em. In air-tight packages, 5 cents.
crc all good. They're "The Quality Biscuits of America."
Because a test will prove that to you, we offer you a FREE
"Surprise Box" of assorted Sunshine Biscuits. Send
JopSE-ybuBS JJiscurr (ompant
Bakers of Sunshine Biscuits
I - -jn i api i a
i Hi iHi GET
n iL-rai ail w
FURNITURE 20 Below Omaha Prices
NOT ONE DAY BUT EVERY DAY
OUR PRICES ON RUGS
9x12 Seamless Brussels Rugs . . $850
9x12 Seamless Velvet Rugs. . . ..$12
9x12 Seamless Extra Velvet Rugs $16
9x12 Axminster Rugs $16
See our large line of Body Brus
sels and Wilton Rugs much below
LOW PRICES ON GOOD STOVES AND RANGES.
YOUNG MAN WANTED FOR
PASSING WORTHLESS CHECKS
Tlie police aro looking for o younu man
who is passlne forged checks on Omaha
arid Houtli Omaha merchants. Ho liaa
realized about 450 on checks. Tho names of
the mannuer and treasurer of the Ne
braska, Telephone company aro forced to
the worthless paper.
The younu man passed a check for J?f
on Kdward Zeiss, and several In South
Omaha for smaller amoilnts. A clerk In
tho Pease Dros. stbre refused to accept
a check for J2S f6m Ji(m last week.
FALLING GLASS CUTS
WRIST 0FFIRE CAPTAIN
While on his way through to the rear
of the Luclans Russo Grocery store, at
1111 South Seventh street, tatly yes
terday, a pleco of falling elass struck
Fire Catitaln Station of company So. ..
'rutting hl rljrht hand. The Injury wan
(treated ut police headiunrters.
n (fauVd b rat i riiiwl .?
matches, and tho da.nuQ wus only about
FELS EXPLAINSTft COUNCILj
Follower of George Doctrines Wants
City to Ad(jpt Single Tax Plan.
WOULD INCREASE POPULATION
TcIU CoiiunUslnticrii If I'lnu Wn
Adopted liiiuliitlmi In Tivrnty
A'onr Would lie n' llnlf
went thote, Inspected tho nyflcm of taxa
tion and caino hn'uk unconvinced.
Joseph Fels. millionaire soap manufac
turer and world's lcadln? udvocnto of
Henry Geortjo'a plan to tax lund valuo
only, hold a conversation for two hours
with tho city commission Friday morning-,
lie suld ho hud a plan by which the
commissioners could perpetuate them
telvceo in office and outlined It: A cam
paign to havo land assessments mado
unco each year Instead of every four
years, elimination of tuxes on personal
property, adoption of the system Hous.
ton, Tex., Is working under, which Is tho
nearest approach In this country to tho
"If you would do this Omaha would
bo a city of half a mllllbn In twenty
ycais," Bald Mr. Fels. "Two or throe
men, working to inform the people on
this Issue could accomplish this. I don't
think you'd have to chango the consti
tution and probably not a state law."
Ht. Ixiuls, Kansas City. Springfield and
Jefferson City. Mo., will adopt tho slnglo
tax, believes Mr, Fels.
"No man with a full stomach has a
tight to rest while other people aro
hungry." Fels declared. "The single tax.
would absolutely do away with poverty
In this country. All this fool business of
tuxatlon under your present system
makes people liars and thieves. They He
ubout the value of their property, the
amount of money they have."
Pat Crowe Arrested
in Des Moines, by
Omaha Police Order
D1CS MOINUS, Io Nov. 1 I'at Crowe,
kidnapper,, was arrested here last night
at tho reiiue.it of tho Omala police, lie
la wanted thero for breaking Jail while
serving u xhort sentence for vagrancy.
Crowe got out of tho Douglas county
Jail on Heptember IS, after having served
fifteen days of a nlnety-duy sentence.
IlecHUKH ho was suffering with, what ap
peared to bo an abscess now believed tc
havo been a beggar's fake hq was sent
to tho county hOBpltal. Thero hu quickly
recovered and walked out to freedom
Subsequently he was arrested jfor drunk
enness in Council Illuffs, finally. being ru
leused upon his promise to leave town
It woo only after Crowe hud left these
prts that the Omaha pollco, learned lie
luid evaded most of bin Omaha Ben'
In the county Jail ho was tn-4he fcherlfrs
custody. When he was removed to the
hospital the sheriff's staff bothered itself
ho moro about him.
SUFFRAGE SOCIETIES TO
ASSIST AT TEACHERS' MEET
The publicity committees of tho thref
Orriaha suffrago societies held a meeting
in the parlors of the Young Men's Chris
tian association building Thursday after
noon, when they decided that 'a commit
tee of thirty women, of which Miss Daisy
Doano is chairman, will meet all Incom
ing trains bringing teachers to, the con
wMoh will be held in the clt
nnlcprl thft pmindl io adont a reso
The flri 'lut'nn linnrovlnir the slnirle tax. T.he ! Ventlon
ot sun" council took th plan under advisement. "t week The object of this ,commlttfo
He said ho would pny the expense of a(V,'ii no to interest ail mo leacners in uic
junk to Uou ton If any councilman , suffrage movement.
By spooial arrangement with the manufacturers, in
order to introduce these two meritorious articles into
thousands of new homes, wo will sell
A Regular 50c Size Box
All this week, or as long as our supply lasts,
Three tints flesh, white and brunette.
Dr. Charles Flesh Food
THE GREAT BEAUTIFIER
This iB positively tho only prepara
tion that will dovelop tho bust, or re
store those lost through sickness or
other causes to original contour.
Makes thin arms, neck and cheeks
plump. Nothing bettor for tho com
plexion. Applied like a cold cream.
Regular 50c Size
"FOLLOW THE BEATON PATH"
BEATON DRUG CO.
Farnom and Fifteenth Streets.