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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1913.
Introductory Exhibit of Imported White Goods Spring 1913 Nob Crepes 40-inch; a yard $1.50 French Striped Crepes 40-inch; a yard $1.35 Embroidered English Voiles 45-rnch; a yard $1.00 Plain French Crepes 40-inch; a yard $1.25 Embroidered Batistes 32-inch; a yard $1.00 Embroidered French Piques 32-inch; a yard. . . .$1.00, Ratine Crepes 40-inch; a yard $2.00 Mummy Linen Suitings 45-inch; a yard.1 $1.00 . Dotted Crepes 27-inch; a yard ........ .25c French Ratine Suitings 40-inch; a yard . .$1.00 Nob Embroidered Crepes 38-inch; a yard 85c Linen Crash Suitings 48-inch; a yard 75c Phantom Cloth A mercerized nainsook with a shallow stripe; used for fino undennuslins and layette, 40 inches wide; for j hoi t of 10 yards $2.50 I 8 16XU. AT AND WflKr Cape Gloves at 89c a Pair Just 200 pairs of those good wearing tan capo gloves left for Tuesday's selling; a pair 89c den&3 HOWARD STA. BATTLE IN WEST VIRGINIA , MONTENEGRINS TAKE HILL Posse and Miners Clash on Moun tain Near MucWow. THREE OFFICERS ARE TTTT.T.ET) Vam Amonar Miner Had Not Been AwrertnineA "UTien Conrlrr l,rti Telrsjmph Wlrm Cnt Fight SHU in rrosjreas. BUY YOUR DRUGS HERE Your hoalth is your greatest asset, consequently you should be particular where you buy your' drugs. Vou tako no chances when you conic to ISeaton's. Wo llavo achtevod thn foremost placo in the drug business in the city on account ot adhering to our policy Tho LI est Drugs at tho Lowest Prices. ' 50e, 7Cc and J1.00 tjA Perfumes, oz 6ncC bOo Null Buffors, dotachablo chamois covered, Of? at T. . ZOC 2Gc Peroxldo of Hydro- ty gen, at C Johuuon'a Papold qa TnblotB OyC Boaton's Cold Tablets, oc at ZbC 26c Druna's IthlnltiB -i r Tablets 17-C 75o JIughcs' Ideal Hair qa Brushes . . . ; 3IC 35c box Linen Station- ig gry, at . ., , JLOC 25c SanKol Tooth i Powder, at 1C 25c Sanitol Tooth in Paste, nt JLiSC Papo'ji Dlopepsln. ., QQy, Compbund4Ec. . . ...OJC f0c Hay's ITalr Health. EJ' "Follow tho Denton rath1' Beaton Drug Co. Fftrnnm nntl 15th. Bts. WATCH REPAIRING AL39 iXWKUCf-my EK9rs All YYcwlt GUMMtMd Prices IRmlmmmMs ' PDHOLM CAPITAL OF MEXICO IS IN POSSESSION OF REVOLUTIONISTS (Continued from Page One.) Home Treatment for Epilepsy or Fits ' Those who suffer from this norv 'ous disease, accompanied sby tta aud. -den attacks of unoonaalousnass and convulsions, will be Interested .in knowing that we have authorized the 'ale of Koalne treatment for Epilepsy 'by. Beaton Drug Co. , This wolUVnown atoro haa our au thority to .sell the Konlne treatment for Epilepsy an Hie following guar "antee: Iluv" d bottle of KoBlne for $1.60. If after using you are .not en tirely .satisfied, your money will be .refunded. Wo want the most skeptical to try "the Konlno treatment on this guar antoe, for tho success of the treat iinept during the past ton yeara, both by the laity mid profession, haj proved the merit of the article. A valuablo booklet on Epilepsy, (containing a complete diet, given free by the Hcaton'.Drug Co., 16th and Funiuin Bts., Omaha. I The Koslne Co., Washington, D. 0. "5 - Catarrh Quickly Relieved Get a 25 or 30 cent tube of IfONDONS AM. Catarrhal Jelly at once. Use It quick. Froeit remedy erer offered for Catarrh. Cold In the Head. etc. Money rti'ioded II wanted. Twenty years o( success. Why? Sample free. Write aulek. KONOON MFC CO- MlnncnpoUa. Mian, section of the border country In which federal foroea areatlll loyal to Madero. ore Uken to Indicate that there will bo no Immediate, Increase of the American patrol force along - tho Texas-Mexican frontier Catron Advocates Interrentlon. Tho Mexican situation was the subject of animated discussion among senators today, particularly those from border states. Senator Catron of Now Mexico. In an interview saki: "There la only one Jhlng to do. That Is for this government to so Into Mexloo and handlo the situation ther as It did Jn Cuba." , . "I am not In the len,st surprised at the 'report ot ,he uprising" tfralnst.Pjeslqpnt, "Idodero." aaidi Senator "WJlItom Alden Srrilt'fi. chairman of the' senate ep'nvftttliA. investigating conditions on tna eoraer. I have been astonished that the, MCAjt has not come sooner." . r A resolution calling for tho safeguard ing of American Interest In Mexico also was Introduced In the senate by Senator Martins of New Jersey. It was Identical with that Introduced in the house by iteprescntatlvo Hammell, American Officials Reported Shot. IX8 ANQEUSS. ifeb. 10.-J)istrtot At torney John t). Fredericks said today that Hoy E. nankin, who was perhaps fatally ahot at Tijuana, lower California, early yesterday, and Guy I Rockwell, his companion, both of whom are held by Moxlcan authorises, were attaohea of the Investigating department of the Los Angeles district attorney's office and were in Tijuana on official business. - H declined to tell what these men wore working on or to say why Attaches of Los Angeles county should be working on Investigations Involving a visit to a foreign country. BAN DIEQO. Cat, Feb. 10. An investi gation of the shooting of Roy E. llankln at Tijuana, Lower California, by a Mexican volunteer soldier, was begun there today by Mexican authorities. The soldier, Jose Marcus, Is under arrest. According to Mexican Consul domes In San Diego, Rankin and Q. L. Roakwell played pool with the sub-perfecto In Ti juana Sunday night and were on their way to their hotel when ordered to halt by a sentry. Rockwell answered the sen try In Spanish, saw him throw up bis rlflo and stepped aside. The bullet struck llankln In the right shoulder, passing through his lungs. The consul stated he was under the Impression the shooting oc curred on American territory. Superior Man Dead. 110ONE. In.. Feb. 10. (Special Tele- gra ni.)A message this morning from Los Angeles brings Information of thv death of V. M. Johnston, of Superior, Neb., formerly a pioneer resident ot Boone. Death came (suddenly Baturday nt the residence or Lafe Zlmblenian. In terment will be In Superior. C 1,1 A RLESTON, W. Va,, Feb. 10.- Three men ware killed In a fight between striking miners and a posse under Cap tain Fred Lester on the mountan near Mucklow today. The dead men were members of Lester's force The flgbt was still on early this afternoon. Tho dead I FRANK .BOBBBTT, bookkeeper at Mucklow mine of the Paint Creelc Col lieries company. RADOLIFF, VANCB. The wounded: NesbltL Captain Lester, an officer of the West Virginia National j guard, who has been employed by the Paint Creek Collieries company Mo command Its mine guards. learned today that a force of striking miners and their sympathisers were marching toward Mucklow to attack the force of deputies under Sheriff Bonner till), stationed at that place. Fight on Mnnntnln Ton. Lester gathered his forces and, march ing over the mountain, came across the miners near the summit of the ridge. A sharp engagement followed In which tho miners are sold to have fought desper ately. It Is not known how many of them were ktllod or injured. Captain Lester's men held their ground and when the news of the battle camo out of tho strike country tha fight was still In progress- Governor Glasscock Is expected to call out the National guard thla afternoon. The scene ot the fighting Is for up in the mountains. Governor Glasscock and KJovernor-elect Hatfield have determined to arrest the men who, It is alleged, have been directing the revolutionary operations In tho Cabin Creek and Paint Creek sections of the Kanawha coal fields of Charleston. Bote nt Capital. It has been learned the striking miners and their sympathisers have been re ceiving' Information from what appeared to bo -confidential sources In the- capital Itself; that they have been supplied with money, arras and ammunition, and were warned to return Into the mountains when any show of force was made. While thore la no disposition to view the situation In the coal field hysterically, the military and civil authorities are convinced that It la grave, and tho wires at Mucklow having been cut, the news was takon by ooutler on horseback to a telephone station ten miles away and telephoned to Charleston. Ay S Vigor Then you will have a dean and healthy scalp. No more hair low. No more rough, scraggly hair. Does not color. Ask Your Doctor. fiSiftTt telling him that he Is entltlad to the offloe, and he has the assurant of Sen ators Stone and- Reed of Missouri and Champ' Clark and former. Governor Dock er y. that they, will .do everything In .their puwro;Jilmw. And, furthermore, hebe- JIotbs ho would be eltoted If the matter were, left W a vote of his people. ARTHUR MAT COME BACK Persistent .Adverttsmg la the Road to Big Returns. ' . SOLONS WORRYING OVER MANY BILLS YET TO CONSIDER (Continued from Page- One.) Old Revised Code Rejuvenate Cojmty Organisation. (From a Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN, Fob. .-(8peclal.)-Arthur county is going to get back on the map with a big A. The revised code corrWa Arthur county, which has been off the map for years, and the legislature has passed the bill which provides for the adoption ot the revised code. The coda commission also bounds Scott's Bluff county on one side with Cheyenne oounty, which Is wrong because- Morrill county Is now a boundary of Scott's Bluff and Cheyenne does not touch It. Turks Are Driven from Fort Com manding Scutari. LOSS OF LIFE IS ENORMOUS Four Thousand Turku nnd 2, BOO Btonteiieirrlnn Kllleil or TVonnded Tnrlni Ar Defeated nt nnlnlr. PODGORITZA, Montenegro, Feb. 10. The Montenegrin army bcselglng the Turkish fortress of Scutari carried the great Bardanjol! hill by assault at 10:30 o'clock this morning after several hours of severe fighting. The Infantry on several occasions came Into such close quartern that hand-to-hand fighting was general 'along the line. Bardanjoll httl dominates Rautarl fmm the eastern sldo and thn 'tin'ni.n.iMn. are mounting alege guns on heights to bombard the principal polnth of tho city. Fighting has gone on since enrfv mnm. Ing all around the city. The Turkish, de- lenuerrt are aisputing the ground with fierce determination. Losses SIxty-Flre Hundred. CETTINJE, Motenegro, Feb. 10.-Th capture of Bardanjoll hill at Scutari by the Montenegrins cost the victnra a win men in killed and wounded. The Turns left L(X6 men. AmA mrA wounded on the field of battle. This heavy price twtld bv th nnd the defenders at Bardenjoll wom mode Known in messages received today from the front. A Montenegrin attack on th n Terabosch, which dominate Scutari on tho west, has been going on for three days. This onslaught Is believed to have been as sanguinary as the engagement at Bardanjoll. Tnrlu Defeated at Bnlalr. SOFIA, Feb. 10. The rout of tho Turk ish army before Bulalr on Saturday la sold here to have been cnmnit ti, Turks are reported to have suffered enor mous tosses. The field of battle was Ilttfw tt. flags, field guns, machine guns and rifles left In flight by the panic stricken Ottoman troops. The Turkish dead and wouniifl lying thickly overywhore. Twenty offloer were among tne killed. The number of men killed among the Bulgarians Is not vet known, hm n n pears to have been Insignificant Attorney May Be Declared Fugitive from Justice tflOUX FALLS, B. D.. Feb. 30. (Spe- olal.)-It is oxpected that within a few aaya warren Aiden Lord, one of the wealthiest resident of the city and man ager of what are known as the Templo Court properties. irltun.tid of tha. business district, which belong to tho Ilord estate, will be placed In tho oounty Jail to serve a term of thlrtv daya. The charge upon which he waa convicted waa conducting n. dlsordorlv house and grew out of a sensational epi sode In which some young girls' flmirml. Lord waa originally fined 100, but took an appeal. With tha result thHt thu.nrlarm .term of thirty days waa added to the fine. iio, uien, .cornea tha case, the state supreme court, which affirmed the Judg ment in no. case. The supremo court recently denied him a rehearing, and as the papera in thn cose now have hean forwdnTed hero from the sum-erne court a commitment will be Issued, and if Lord falls to put In an appearance he will tor- relt hla bond of H.K and be declared a fugitive from Justice. Lord departed a few daya ago with hla mother fevr a visit at thtlr former home In Boston. Mna. iLord's attorneys In Sioux Falls have asked that the Issuance of the commit ment bo postponed for a few days In order to give the defendant time to re turn from tha east. This is taken to In dicate that ho will return and commence serving hla Jail sentence. Announcing In Advance for I Wednesday Choice from our entire stock of high class DRESSES Including such matQriuls -as silks, velvets, corduroys, chiffons, Bedford cords, eponges and Serges. The former selling prices were , $25, $29.30, $35 and $39.50 FOR : $9.75 See Tuesday's papers for full particulars Feel Bully! Head Clear, Stomach . Sweet, Bowels Right "Cascarcts' You men and women who can't get feeling right who have headache, coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath, dizzi ness, can't sleep, are nervous and upset bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, and are all worn out. Are you keeping your bowels clean with Caa carets or merely dosing yourself every few days with salts, cathartic pills, castor oil and other harsh Irritants? Cos carets Immediately cleanse and sweeten tho stomach, remove the sour undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; tako the excess bile from tbo liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from the bowels. A; Coscaret tonight will straighten you out by morning a 10-cent box will keep your head clear, stomach sweet, liver and bowels regular nnd make you feet cheer ful and bully for months. Don't forget the children their little I'nsldcs need a gopd, gentle cleansing, too. KW 10 CENT BOXES -ANY DRUG aTORfc Mflha. ALSO 23 Be 50 CENT BOXES alii mill datftijiJ Three Men Bonnd Over. BEATRICES, Neb'., Feb. 10. (Special Telegram.) Richards Tavera, Mlko Welch and Pat Hogan were given their prelim inary hearing . today on the . charge of robbing J. B. Parker's harness storo In this city laat week of 153 worth of fur overcoats. They were bound over to the district court In bonds of 3500 eaoh, in default of which they were remanded to jail. Women's S-3.B0 Bboea at f l.SB Pair. we made an Immense purchase of wo men's high shoes from an eastern manu facturer and place them on sale 'Wed nesday, February 12, In our basement at 1.26 a pair. BRANDBI8 BTORBS. Mrs. Dlller Injured. BEATRICE, Neb., Feb. 10. (Speolol Telegram. )-Mrs. Annie M. Dlller of thla city sustained a fracture of the skull and a broken Jaw by falling down stairs at her home today. It Is thought she suff. fered a stroke ot apoplexy Just before she fell. There are no hopes for her le- covery. TO CUIUS A. COLD IJV ONE I1AY Take LAXA'TIVk: nRClMn Oulnlna Th lets. Druggists refund money If It falls to cure, K. W. onovE'B signature Is on each box. Sc. Advertisement. KaBBBPaBBBBBaVl"BBBWK9 BROWNE TROCHEVJ For the Voice ' Abjc psbUo iislm ud ta(tt tk tnext papain thruu mu4, CdTr(UMttA4 prompt)- t3ttlft . . -, 0. IIJA HunlUTlH. unci I. nnuwra a HON.iiMion.Mau, Where to Vote, for , Today's Primaries Polls open from 8 ft. m. to 9 p. m. K1RST WARD. District. 1-1203 & tith. J-W1T B. 10th. a-1930 8. 10th. 4.-41S Bancroft. (Rear). 6 iM Lincoln Ave. SECOND WARD. 1-SS2 8. 29th. S 3cS Vinton. S-1KJ Vinton. 4- 1711 Vinton. 5 1003 Dorcas. THIRD WARD. I-lilS Webstar. SIS 8- 11th. . 5 31S N. lMh. 4- 321 8. Wth. 6- 141T Jackson. FOURTH WARD. 1-1610 Davenport. 1-1S14 Harney. 5- Tll H. 16th. 4 Sit 8. 20th. 6- 2307 Davenport. FIFTH WARD, l-tsbf Sherman Ave. S23S Sherman Ave, S 2t3S Bherman Ave. 4 1849 Bherman Ave 5- 171S Nicholas., 6-4100 N. Hth. SIXTH WARD. , 1- 2419 N, SUh. f 2- 1901 N. 24th. 3-3004 N. 18. (Bam rear). 4- 1533 N. Sd. B-m Military Ave. SEVENTH WARD. 1- 2715 Leavenworth. 2-1525 Qeorgla Ave. (Barn rear) 3- lStt Park Ave. 4- 3104 a. jsd. (Barn rear) friSOl Leavenworth 2-J7iT Cuming, 5- ll N. 17th. t 2421 Cuming. i UTrH WARD. 12579 Cuming. s C1T Cuming. 8-8304 Davenport. (Barn . rear) 4-2S1 a sth. (Barn rear) 62914 Farnam, TENTH WARD. 1- 1014 B. 10th. 2- 1603 Leavenworth. 3- 1225 8. 22d. 4- 1253 8. 16th. 61424 a ISth. ELEVENTH WARD, 1-4108 Hamilton. -s?: Farnam. 13123 Leavenworth. 4707 S. 27th. 6 SS03 Leavenworth. TWELFTH WARD. 1 4114 N. SOth. 2 4129 Qrand Ave. 3 3524 Ames Ave. -3S21 N. 30th. trr 0t??:U (Barn ter 6 - X8U7 N, 2Uh. 7- 3104 N. 24th. K-41M N. Htlu 8- 4411'N. !4th. NlNE0lEN-tfsblf'EM. 1 FBbKl KANSAS" REFORMATORY KANQA8 CITY. Mo".. ''Feb. 'IDAKino negro women escaped' from the woman' reformatory here last night" after over powering 1L C. Boyd, the night watch man, and threatening him with his own revolver. The escape, which had been carefully planned, waa made when tho watchman went to the cell foom to lock 'up for the night. Four ot the women, who had hidden In the corridor, rushed at him and threw a blanket over his head. They took his revolver and keys and hurried to the entrance. Boyd disentangled himself and ran for the door, overpowering the woman wt...flnfllTaViori VilM VnVnlVnr Olid' slammed e"floorhut BUt nine had escaped. REG4 IEVER 'APPOINTED 'FOR UNITED COPPER CO. NEWTOK'Feb; 10. Receivers were appointed in the federal district court to day for the United Copper'company. The appointments were made on the petition of Maurice Delenes, receiver of tho Aetna Indemnity company. Brnndela Glirnntle Shoe Sale. We' secured thousands ot pairs of wo men's smart, winter footwear from a. well known' maker, at Just half their wholesale price. Wednesday you can buy regular 12.60 women's shoes. In base ment, at a pair. $1.25. BRANDEIS STORES. that Anti-Kamnlq Tabtttt eire sure, guJck, safe, relief for the headache, ack-ache, tide-acho and all pains pe culiar to women, ot a timulant, dtprmttanl or habit formir. IfcBa Ask Yur Druggist For TM 1st Qun'.lt? or ICe tni 25c fxiiiii MRS. WIHSIOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING Grandmother Ubcd it ior her babies, Mother ued it for her babies, And now I am using It for my baby." So snoke the young mother, Three Gcntritlisi. It Soothes the Child. It Softens the Gums. It Allays the Pain. It Relieves Wind Collo. And It la the Best Remedy for Infantile Diarrhoea. Favorably known and sold all orer the world. TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER The neat In tho West. Spoons Like Good. Things in Them Ask the children about it. Think it over yourself for . you- are a grown up child., . , ; Sure it's true that's why the dish rati away with th(i soori that time. J Post Tavern Special delights most everybody it is suoh' a good," pure, wholesome blend of the delicate food flavours of wheat, rice and corn. ' It's difficult to find a food more nourishing and palatable. , , " . ' Suppose ypu have this rich, creamy, hot porridge in mind. for. t . , . , Tomorow's Breakfast Sold by Grocers Paokagea 10 and 15c, except in oxtreme: Vest.- ' Iostuni Cereal Co., Ltd-, Battle Creek, Mich. John Says: "IrijPage'o, E o y a 1 per Paste holds things por Paste hold things together pretty well, but they cannot atlck oloser than my TRUST BTJSTEH Oo O I a A & onstomers. And Z am sot 'stuok up' at that." John's Cigar Store 16th and Harney Sts. AMUSEMENTS. OMAHA'S PUN CENTEK." aUy Mat., 15-as-50o Tha Peerleea Ecoantrlo Cnm.i.. DAVE MARION "X Ana The Magnificent pnnoo - dbsaulazts co., in Jousse Cafe EXTKAVAOANZA AWD VAffDEVILM Snuffy Savs: "Chi. iTi,, ,vrS tell ver nil ho ,1 thl, -.wV.',7,f 1 ::, " ..u, jrV1 jini goiter Iadtea' Dime Matinee Every Week Day. "Worth Ollmhlng the Hill." nnTTriT.an an an, !M Kytone Vaudavllle Includes the 3 Riding natr.nnni.ta Vnda.i.l.... ... - - " V.WB flttli OICHIQ fie Mcjtiasier: AiHltiann; awynne & Go8se.tte; mpposcope. ficturcs. x-rom a to b: at 7 and 9 JU3T ZiIKE A HEVr RitnnM IEVEBY WEBB M. Ually. BRANDEIS THEATER I Tonight Wed. Mat. and Night KITTY GORDON IN THE OPEBETTA THE ENCHANTRESS 100 PEOPLE 100 Thursday a Says Mat. Saturday THE BLUEBIRD PEBBUABTT 16 and 17 TRAIL OP THE LONESOME PINE . PEDBUAE7 30, 31 and 93 SOTHERN & MARLOWE Bgg"'S"SSS.SSSBSSBSSS """"'Si I'lTHi , BOYD THEATER Tonight, Matins Wed. and Sat. EVA LANG IS HB NEW PEAT Making a Man of Him Net Weak QUEEN STOCK 111 OS E7f..!lE- Ery Hlght, 8115 ADVANCED VAUDEVELM This Wesl-ppW TUB TALKING DOQ. Ethel sou tic, sicept SsturilaT sna gandsy. 1 Krug Theater Matinea Today, 3:30 Night, 8t30 DANTE'S DAUGHTERS with Gladys Sears COUNTRY IJTOEE PBIDAT NZQKT IUs' Dally Dime Matins 1