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WATTLES WANTS ORDINANCE Thrift is so essential to modern day happiness that the failure to practice it is incomprehensible Says Revenue is Lost by Misuse of Street Car Transfers. Renting a piano is no longer necessary Through our club you can buy one as easily CITY IS INDIRECTLY AFFECTED Orttlnitncn ProhtnltlnK Fmndnlcnt of Trnnafrra nnd Plains; Fine for Violation Gofi to the Committer of Whole1, Between Men and Germs there is this difference. Germs can not live long with oxygen and sun light, while men can not live long without them. PE-RSIL is a washing compound made up of oxygen and pure palm oil. Clothes washed with Persil are germ free. Linen from the sick room especially should be washed in Persil, for E germs can not survive in -K . r u: U1U C11.L1VC UAJJJtll Ul 111U wonderful washing" com pound. ( Wash All Your Clothes with Persil You need no soap. There is no hard rubbing. The clothes will be whiter, sweeter and clearer than ever. Try it. 10c at all Grocers President G. W, Wattles of the street railway company has petitioned the city council to pass art ordinance making It a misdemeanor untshable by fine nnd Im prisonment for any person t mliuis a transfer. Ha says such an ordinance was considered a long time ago and should have been passed but wan not. Mr. Wattleit deolared th street railway company la losing thousands si sou an because patrons mates double use of transfers. lie submits an ordlnanoe to cover the case. This ordlnano pro-rides that any one making uae of such a trans fer or siring it to some other person or attempting to rtde on it ton minutes after he has arrived at the place of transfer Is liable to a fine of tS and a Jail sen tence of twenty days. The ordinance has been referred to the committee of the whole. "It Is a notorious fact." raid Jtr. Wat tles In a communication accompanying the ordinance, "that the street railway company and Incidentally the fltty of Omaha is being dally defrauded by a largq number of people, some of ihsm prominent citizens, in the misuse of trans fers on our system. The olty of Omaha rccortirs an occupation tax of S par cent on the gross reoelpts of this company nnd thereby Is Interested financially the name as we are, In putting a stop to this fradulent use ii transfers." rtefsrrlng to the ordinance Mr. Wattles nays: "We desire to have It passed now that we are Increasing our efforts to comply with tho demand for more service during rush hours." Accompanying the ordinance and the letter is an raoerpt from an article In The Bee declaring In part: "In one place the company has been unfairly treated In the matter of trans. fe-rs and rightly complains thst It is being cheated out of upwards of U.000 a month by people who use transfers for riturn trlna. "In requiring the company to put on more cars and run them at closer inter vals at rush hours, the council should fix a penalty upon passengers defrauding the company by misuse of transfers." Health and happiness awaits you In Xjx Jolln, San Diego County, Cal., the Inost beautiful seaside resort and thd fin ist and most healthful and invigorating tlltnato in all tho World. No winds, no itorms, no frosts, no extremes of heat or told, 36S' days a year of balmy, healthful. pieusMnt ocean breezes; average tcmper utur tho year around 65 degrees. La. Jolla's rocky coast line, and mountain ginnery, myriads of flowers, glorious sun gets are the marvel of all. Here you can mjoy a quiet, restful, healthful vacation, dee from tho cares of business and so lidly, and at very moderate expense. In addition to the many natural attractions there Is golf, flBhlng, tennis, hunting, mountain allmblng, all the year ooean bathing, boating and motoring, while San iDlego proper, only 14 miles away by di rect railway line, or perfect automobile (boulevard, offers every possible attrac tion of a modern, thriving city. Write u for free illustrated booklet, giving all ipnrtlculars. HAHLAfi-BAME REALTY COMPANY I.A JOLLA. CALIF. Greeks Returning to Old Country to Engage in Business 1 A party of twenty Greeks from Denver went east through Omaha en route to New York yesterday. They expect to arrive In Now Tork in time to ship for home next Monday. They all belong to the reserve force. Anton Borarrls. spokesman for the party, said that In the disposition of the territory to be taken from Turkey, Greece ought to get a section half as large as Colorado and In the event that it does, many of the Greeks who have gono from the United State to their native land will remain there. Boaarrls says that since coming to America the Greeks have been taught ' modern methods In fruit raising nnd ac j rlculturu nnd that applying these moth- ods In Greece, vast new opportunities will be opened to them. Easy and Sure Way to Cure Cold and Catarrh A cold generally attnoks the weakest Tart, affecting the oyes and ears In some land producing nasal catarrh and throat troubles In others. A cold Is due to an lluflammatlon of the membrane lining the 'air passages, nnd maybe promptly cured faith a llttlo Ely's Cream Balm, whlcj, lip mediately relieves the Inflammation and all the dlstrestng symptoms, such as laneeslng, coughing, running at the nose 'and eyes, hoarjeness. sore throat, fever iahd headache. One reason why this pure, 'antlseptlo Balm acts so quickly is be jCause K Is applied directly to the ten der, soro surfaces. Even in severe, chronic cases of catarrh Ely's Cream Balm ntsvwr falls to quickly end effectually check the poisonous dls 'oliarge which clogs the head and throat, lauslrig the disgusting hawking, spitting and blowing of the nose. This remedy sot only drives out the disease, but heals and strengthens the weakened mem branes, thus ending catarrh. Catarrh la a filthy, disgusting disease. Don't put up with It another day, Oet a 40. cent bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from tyour druggist and see how qulokly you wfll be relieved. It Is perfectly harm leas. Advertisement. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Tonic and alterative. Increases ttrenfith. Kestore healthy functions. No alcohol. Sold for 60 yean. 4 Your Doctor. lJFu5i: T1WVKI-. 1 3 E IR "M U ti K f in r.,r,.o Toara fram lri ItJ.W up. FaMirj ry 5 aara In worf lion with Quttwc 8. E ( ,- ri' koti lptrchBfifcl Cuba, Jamaica, Panama Canal and othtr WmI India Poit Vat ritlcut" ' t3 Eoyal Wall Stiatn P aoket Co.. tan ltra i Son, Oaa. Act! Stat St , M Y a? "outh X.a Balls BU Chicago! W. E. Heck, 1317 Tarnsni Street, Omaha. Valuable Old Paper Found by Goodrich Going over soma old family papens Fred II. Goodrich has unearthed a copy of the Omaha Dally Nebraskan, a paper printed under date of May 26, ..83. The paper was evidently saved because It contains a death notice of an aunt of Mr Good rich's. Among other things It has also a telegraph account purporting to chronicle the capture of Vlcksburg by the union forces. The price of the paper, which In a little one-sheet handbill slxe, la given an J10 a year, "and the money must In alt oases accompany the subscription." He la donating It to the nubile library. POSTAL SAVINGS nnwns ARC NOW READY FOR SAL.P Postmaster John C. Wharton announces that patrons of the postal savings bank who wish to purchase postal saving" bonds must make application for them beforo December 2. Patrons may pur chahe these bonds In denominations of $20, $100 and $500. They will draw intereit at 3',4 per cent per annum. Mr. Wharton says there Is a great demand for these bonds. ROCK ISLAND PLANNING LONG. SLEEPER SERVICE Beginning November JO, In connection with the 9oo, Northwestern and Missouri Pacific, the Rock Island will Inaugurate tnrougo stanaara sleeping car service Be tween Winnipeg and Los Angeles. This, It Is said, will be tha longest continuous through car service rontc In the world, nearly 5,000 miles. The BervJco will be through Omaha. The cars will run from Winnipeg to St. Paul over the Soo line, from St. Fattl to Omaha over the Northwestern, from Omaha to Kansas City over the Missouri Paclfla and from Kansas City to Los Angeles over the Rock Island, being at tached to the road's Oolden State llmitd train. h A party of naval officers were on s special car coming from a Philadelphia wedding. Thay were In the glory of full dress uniform. At a Junotlon the train stopped,-) wjng to some minor-accident, and the officers, manlike, dismounted to look at the machinery and find out what was wrong. Just then a whistle blew and several hundred girls trooped out of a big factory near the tracks. Of course they spied the glittering group of man and gathered In groups, laughing with flirtatious Intentions which the officers were not slow In responding. But soon the train began to move and the men entered waving farewellg. Pay master Simpson, one of the Apollo of the navy, wns the tact man to mount the btep. Ho ralsel his hat gallantly and stood smiling. In one of his best poses. Whrn the car vas well on the way, one of the girls shouted to him, "Jih, there, Charlie 1 I choose you for the tunnel!" Why should you why should any one, in fact, rent a piano? A rental piano is, as a rule, a second hand piano- a cheap instrument usually anything, in truth, that will stay half-way in tune. For the use of such an instrument you will have to pay 3, 4 or 5 dollars a month, as the case may be, according to the condition of the instrument. After you have rented the piano for months and months, and sometimes for years, the piano goes back to the piano man. What for? To be rented over again to someone else. The piano man now has not only the rental you paid him, but the piano as well. Right here is a place for many a person hereabouts to practice thrift: Stop renting a piano. Start Our big inaugural club offers the opportunity and such an opportunity as you have never had before. At the very outset you start in a thrifty way. You save 92 dollars and 50 cents in the initial cost of the piano, as you get a piano for257dollarsand50cents thatusually sells for 350dollars. Next, the terms. You do not have to pay more to own one of these splendid new pianos than you have to pay to rent a second hand one 5 dollars cash, and then 1 dollar and 25 cents a week. And by joining the club while you are paying, you are owning. Every week you come in to pay you are laying up 1 dollar and 25 cents for yourself towards your own permanent ownership of a beautiful, durable and praiseworthy piano. Yes we know that the terms for renting a piano have their advantages. We know that they have in many an instance been a necessity. But that was before we opened this big inaugural club. Now we say and say it boldly that no one can afford to rent a piano, when, by becoming a member of the 500 club, buying a piano is attended by so many advantages and so much ease. 'Phone in your application. Do it tomorrow. Then the first day you are down town you may come in and make your selection. And if a thirty-days' trial discloses that you have made a wrong move we will give you your money back. What more can we do than this? Figures thowing the economies and thrifty features of the club 1 . Individual club mombors save 92 dollars and B0 oenta euoh on the purchase price. 2 . There 1b no Interact to bo added th olub Kiamber brtlng entitled to 102 weilta' tine tn watoh to pay tke olub prion 157 dollars and 80 cent wltaoat the further payment of Interest. S . For ever)' week Uie member shortens bin terms below SOt ireolci, he sots a as ah rebto or "dividend" at 16 cents. 4 . The olub member Rots big eoonotny in time In whloh to pay ns In the club ho Rets 202 woekn as against 125 weeks If he bought on regulur tonus. 5. lie gets two froo tunings worth 6 dollars. 6. He gots Llfo Assurance. It he -dies future pay ments are cauoellod and the piano la turned orur to the family of the deceased freo of any farther payments. to owning one Orkin Brothers Player-Piano Club We havo Inaugurated a ILayr-Plano olub In oonneo tlon with our 600 piano club, The prloe of these club Plajroi-jilnno Is 395 dollars Uie terms aro O dollars the fir t payment nnd 2 dollars a week wltkout Interest addod, These Player-pianos have never beam sold (or less thun yBBQ, with terms of 135 down and $15 a month, with lntorest added at the rate of ( per cent. This Is the first tlmo, so far as our knowledge goes, that such trustworthy Instruments havo been ofXored tor salo upon such popular terms as 0 riollnra tho first payment and !2 dollars a vreolc without Interest added, TIirbo lMnyer-planos are standard 88-notn players that is, theso Club IMayor-planos play every not on the piano whnn the music roll Is In motion these player-pianos compel the music to play perfectly. Moat I'layor-plonos sold at from $200 to $260 more than these Clib Player pianos will not play perfoctly. The pumping of the Olub Player-piano Is without doabt the easiest of all player mechanism, Is without doubt one of the most sensitive to the operator, and is recognised as one of the leading play ers manufactured today. This Is a known fact awaag piano dealers and salesmen gonermlly. We give you an vaooadl Uonal guagrantee with thes Clnb Player-pianos. 1. Tha Haysr ptaae olub will oooslat of 100 otattra . The Vlayav-pUno club mambars aan take their oholo be tween two or tha bat Vlsyar-planoa on the marfeat. I. The yisyea-.ptsJio olub price la ,U5 dollars. T.h.8 5.Vn ln VTle to aoh Tw-Ptno olub member la loo dollars. S. The Mayer-yUoo olub member has no latevMt to Basr. f. Hie terms to VUaa-ec-ptaao club member axe doUavrs cash and 1 dollars a weak or. putting It in an ether way, narar-plano olub members harre 1W weeksrln which to ray for thatr Mejre-plano. T" r ?!,r"?f,ltt0. ciVb mrobr secure tha free uae r 1.000 rolls of Plajrar-plano Mimlo for one er from tn this section of the country. I. If a yiayer-plano elub main bar dlaa durlsv Mia lira na bl eentract we will immediately oar, eel allratsro wrtWnX and send a raoelpt tm tan to hte family fori thVtasununil For tha conwnJtnc of people uho cannot came m faring the dm? appointment! utftf fcs mad to sAoss th pUmoa mpmningm Copyright 1912 by Stone & McCar rtck, lac Unauthorized use In whole or In part or colorable summaries thereof forbidden. a Formorly The Bennett G. lGtli nnd Harney Street Omaha, Neb. T Chiekarine, Kurtmman, fvr & Pond, Auto Pianoi and Piayr Pianot and Victor Talking Machine! WICK & MOORE LID DOWN Folioe Stand at Boor All Night on Commissioner Eyder's Orders. FH0PRIET0BS ARE SHUT OUT I'atrona Iioolclnar for nafrvshmrnt and Kntertnlnmen t FIrr tn Con. faalon When Confrnntrd b- thr Poller, So tlphtly were the doors of Wick & Moore's dive at 9Vt Dodge street closed Wednesday iilpht whan one of the pro prietors attempted to enter to "cat some thins; for personal use" he was refuted admittance by the policeman stationed at the door by special order of Superin tendent Ryder, From 8 o'clock until mldnluht Patrol man Chapman guarded the place and from midnisht Officer Wright saw that the lid was not lifted. During the nlcht iiundreds of persons came to the place to get a drink and entertainment, but fled In confusion when they were confronted by the policeman. Accord In r to stories that wra current la the underworld the place was not open on Tuesday night when Pherlff Mefihane attempted to raid It a second time. Greeks to Introduoe Amerioan Methods Forty-fire Omaha Greaks left for tha east yasterday morning to sail for tka old country, where they expect to engago m various lines of business. Thty are coun trymen who have come here and accumu lated 'small fortunes and who are re turning now with tha proepeot of finding openings when the boundaries of Qrec are widened. Among the party were Chris Johnson, who conducted a sklne parlor at Fourteenth and Douglas, and Max Poulos, who had a like business on Far nam between Fourteenth and Fifteenth. They aay that no leas than 2),0CO Greeks will leave America for Greece before Christmas. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Judge and Mrs. J. H. Wlilta of Wahoo drove over yesterday In tbrtr auto. Outside of three blowouts they had no trouble. W. H. Howell, for years In Omaha .-is traveling freight and passenger agent for the Milwaukee, but now assistant general freight agent at Chicago, Is in town. It Is a number of months slnoa Mr. Howell wan here and his many old railroad friends are congratulating him on his promotion. MASONS ENDREDNIOH TODAY Thirty-First and TttrtjrSoond Be- frreei Conferred os Large Clats. MANY HAVE BE1R ATTENDING Hamimat La ISranlaaT Closed tha CtoronioailM af th Wtxlr Hst. O. n. Bnltaly Waa the Pi-Jnolpat evtrar. tha last few days. "This is tha largest class ww have aver taken In In this oon- slitory," said George West, who was In charge of tha ceremonies Thursday. Rev. T, J, Maakay offered the Invoca tion last evening at tha consistory ban auet held ln the temple. Five hundred attended the banquet. Tha principal speaker of tha evening was Rev, Oliver D. Bartsly. Son star T, M. Cwrlt or Broken Bow, Oeorge W. Or an f Omaha, and a number of others made speaehas. Th Yellow Peril. Jaundice malaria biliousness, vsanlsh when Dr. King's New Ufa nils are. taken. Easy, safe, guaranteed. Xo. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. The ftcottiali ltes reunion at tha Ma sonlo tempi alosed yesterday. Tha high set degrees are conferred, this being tha day for the conferring of tha thirty. flrst and thirty-second degrees. Tha olass taking thole high dajree numbers - wards at Ml Members have come and gone during the week. Many who oould take only the first tan or fifteen degrees o&me In from tha state during the early part of tha weak, took these degrees and then went home. Others who have taken tha first degrees in former years, arrived yesterday and today In order to take tha higher degrees. Thus the olass of candidates has bean up to a large figure throughout tha reunion, In spite of the ftact that many have bean leaving within The best food that comes in the grocer's basket Faurt Spaghetti more nourislv inp; than many times its cost in other foods. Our fre book tells of many delightful way to servo it. AT YOUR GROCER' 8 In sealed package Se and 49c MAULL BROS, St. Loola, Ma. i