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Tin; iWjVj omaiia, Wednesday, october 22, 1913. GRAIN MOVEMENT INCREASES .Ratot Sees Working of Tammany Hall from the Inside Indications Are This Year Will Bun Far Ahead of Last. OCTOBER NOW HAS A GOOD LEAD Wnlk of the Corn and OnU la Coin Sonth, "While Mont of Ihr Wheal la Tlclnar Shipped lo Clilcnno. Omaha Is holding up as a grain market and Indications nre that receipt and shipments this year are going to mn far In excess of any eorrmpondlng period In the past. 60 far this month, up to Mon ti sr. receipts and .shipments were: Recelpts"lri Shipments car lots. In car lot. Wheat '.. ,"B Corn ; 1.SJ I.W Oats U JUrley M S Ilye i.l . 3 2 Total 2." 2.7M The receipts and shipments for the first Inenty days of October aro over 80) i..ore than during the same days last car. Most of the- wheat Is going to Chicago, tut the bulk of tho corn and oats is going south, BL Eouls and New Orleans taking the corn And the osts going to Interior points for feed on tho farms and plantations. Oongregationalists Ask Law Requiring Health Certificates Tli Congregatlonatltts of Nebraska adopted a resolution Monday night at St Mary's Avenue church, which was drawn vp by Iter. J. A. Lexvltt, superintendent of the. Boclety of tho Friendless, to tho effect that ministers of the Congrega tional denomination shall request n clean 1)111 of health from all couples that come lo for them to be married, and (hat the Congregatlonallsta shall lend their In fluence toward the passing of a stato law requiring health certificates In order to ftfeure a license. The resolution reads: Whereas, Thsro Is a wave of vice sweeping ovr the country; and Whereas, This vice wave Is tho most prolific; source of divorce; and Whereas, This last year there was .about one divorce for every three and one-half marriages: In Lancaster county, one in four In Douglas county and one In even In the rest of the state; and Whereas, The majority of our criminals om from broken homes. Therefore, be It ResolVed, That wn favor a law requir ing a clean bill of health from all seek lie license to marry. Whereas, We should do right because It la right, and not because It Is a law. therefore, ba It llesolver, Further, That we suggest to the churches that they request their pastors to anticipate such a law, create a sentiment for It and protect our ohll dren front the baneful effects of tho ftticlal diseases. We believe that tantie me n coming to ministers for marriage should present a health certificate from the family physician of their brides or iher reputable, physicians. Appropriations to Be Sought for Improving Missouri lVtete fret the Omaha Commercial club will be sent to Moux City for the cowfassnce ef several states to be held there soon to consider the Newlands bill which seeks to appropriate federal funds' tor the Improvement of the upper Mis souri river. The executive committee of the dull decided today that the club should accept the Invitation of the Sioux City club to send delegates. The committee appointed W. I. Baxter, atone Kelly and Ward Burgess to repre sent the retailers, manufacturers and jobbers, constituting a reception com- njltteotor the entertainment of Secretary 01 commerce Jledfleld when he comrs to pmaha October St. He Is to speak be- fore, the club at the publio affairs lunoh con on that date. The entire executive committee Is to act as a reception committee to aid the Woman's club In the entertainment of the i,m teachers that nro to be here dur ing the first part of Novembor for tho association. After hobnobbing with "Boss" Murphy and the whole hunch of big Tammany brave., J. 1J. llahm, better Known as one of Omaha's crack golfers, Is home from New York with a very much aroused Interest In the Intricacies of New Tork politics. "Tes. I met Murphy and Judge McCnlL who Is running for mayor, and most of the big ones in Tammnny, and visited Tammany hall Itself down on Fourteenth street. It nil came about through the acquaintance of At Klnster with Jim Hoy, who, by the way, used to live here, and we made tip a party. Mr. and Mrs. Klnsler. Jlrs. nhm and myself and a few otliers, and made n political round-up last Saturday night, jes, and way Into early Sunday morning. 1 heard McCall make a speech In which he said Just n few words In a miitter-of-fact way. Among the Tammany people, at nny rate, they seem to bo cocksure that they have the election of their city ticket cinched, and that there Is nothing to it but the shouting. They were waiting to see what was about to happen to Governor Sulzer. Thty did not seem to bo particularly In terested In thn democratic administration at Washington, but in their home field they are hustling nli the time." Father of Burbank Pioneered Through Nebraska Years Ago Word has reached Omaha that William Pomeroy Burbank, father of V. It. Bur- bank, lessee of the new Fbntenelle hotel. died last week at Plttsflcld, Mass. Senior xjuruanK was vi years or age, una alter twelvlng a business education camo west In 18. Jlo passed through Omaha at that time and drove an ox team through tho stato and around In the state of Wyoming. He spent considerable tlmo nut on tho frontier of those days and later returned to his homo town of Pltts flcld and settled down. Besides his wife, he leaves two daugh ters, Miss May Vj Burbank ot Springfield, Mass, and Mrs. Otlllo Bayless of Seattle, Wasii.; three sons, Kdwnrd 1 of New York, Abraham ot Buffalo, N. Y. and William It. Burbank, manager of tho Onondaga hotel in Syracuse, N. Y., and of the new Fbntenelle now in the courso of construction. Watch for the Announcement of n Orcnt PiirfJinso That Ooes On Halo Thursday. Wednesday Is Uio Ijwt Day For Free Consultations With Madame Yalo. You'll Appreciate Our Greater Varieties in Coats! Council Refuses to Pay Bills for the Service Board Tho social service board, appointed by. the olty commission to censor dance halls and theater and other amusement places, was recused financial assistance by tho city council, upon advlco ot the cjty at torney yesterday. Bills for $14.60 for "drawings and etch ings ot dancers" and 112.60 for printing "daftoe hall rules" were- presented by tho social service board and turned down. City Attorney John A. Rlne said tho city council did not authorise such ex penditures and was therefore under no obligation to pay the same . Rino suggested, however, that since tho bills were Incurred for the benefit of tho olty there would be no good moral rea son for refusing to pay them. Ills opin ion was placed on file and no action was taken on the bills. GOVERNMENT WILL IN FUTURE AUCTION LAND Xfter through with the reglstra- , tHn fr the Nerth I'latta forest reserve M the Fwt 'Ntoferara military reserva tion, the government Is going to let go ot the lottery plan for the disposition of uuhHo land and ts'opt the auction method. Start! November 1, t'he government will aH to the highest bidder ,G acres of lan on the Wind River Indian reser vation. The sale will be held at River? ton. Wyo. It Is sold this land can all be Irrigated and a large portion Is suitable lor agricultural purpotw. Tho balance Is pasturage. It will be sold lit tracts ot eighty acres, or more to the highest bid ders, a small cash payment being re quired, with the balance on long time. iCey to the Kituatlon-Bee Advertising. Thi SKm Wmmn It Winning Hospe's 39th Annual Sale Now in Progress An odd flguro Is two hundred and thlr- ly-mne. ji sianas ior me prico of a piano at Hospe's thirty-ninth annual piano sole, You get an Instrument which should and Is sold In many places for a larger sum, and 3S0 Is none .too much for It, This beautiful piano either In a Son Domingo mahogany case or a 'quarter sawed oak, as well as a fine American walnut case, will fit and match tho finest furniture Its architecture Is of the latest modern style and from the tone stand point stands, highest. With reference to Its durability, Mr. Hospe's thirty-nine years' of consecutive piano experience stands for the buyer getting tho best that his money will buy anywhere on earth. You am safer with Hospe's absolute guarantee for the twenty-fiys years these pianos are warranted for, than you can possibly expect In any other form, Furthermore, you have at all times every business privilege of exchange or return of money which this reputable house confers. Hospe's guarantee It signed and sealed when purchase Is made. You never ask fa It In writing and you are surprised when the salesman offers It. This evidently proves that thirty-nine years of the right kind ot business meth ods have given you the confidence in the Hospe house which has no equal. The terms of $5 per month, or J1.23 per week, on this specialty low price of 1333 for an up-to-date, up-to-the-minute piano includes the stool, the scarf, the dellvory, the Interest, In fact, everything you sea advertised and more, you are to b the Judge regarding the Instrument, right In your own house, at your leisure, taking your own time. If the rlano Is right it Is yours. If not, It Is ours. Money back is pur slogan. Now is tho time to start In to own the best W50 piano for tt30. Bring a J5 bill and see the finest piano In design, tone, touch and durability, put right Into your own house. Thirty thousand satisfied customers is our reference. Stop in at 1S1J Douglas street and re- allze facts. A. HOSPtt CO. (Adv.) !"TK. ssr Mm !' In is. wwska kav Wo sU sm tar the Urn. ftsjssiit smW mi r sjea VSSspSksMf aMsMT Vtt' sU'iiVa; M jMM asst. ym east s Wr sMSssflasr m the farfnota rnmou r. VcrmM JtilvsrUfctuitoUt CHISAM HARVESTS BIG CROP OF CALIFORNIA WALNUTS C. J. Chisam, assistant general freight and passenger agent of the Great West ern, Is back from his ranch In southern California, and before he left he began the harvesting of twenty acres ot wal nuts. The crop will be about the same as last year, when It netted him a little better than 3,ff0. The yield, owing to the hard freete last spring, win bo ugnicr man iai year, out prices nro higher. Mr. Chisam looks for a large crop of citrus fruit throughout southern Call fornU. and all that will prevent It will bo another freeze. The trees arc fuil of fruit that will begin to be ready for notrVet a 1 4le after the middle of next OtOUUl Quite naturally the largest store has the greatest varieties in women's apparel, but you will never appreciate more forcibly the superiority of Brandels Stores Until you Come to compare tho varieties in women's coats with tho cholco offerod to you elsewhere. This i& the one store that can offer you genuine style and high class tail oring in moderate priced coats. , You will find scores of the coat stylos that lead in fashionable favor shown in tho three special groups wo feature Wednesday. Plushes, Caraculs, Chinchillas, Boucles, Persianas, Novelties, Broad clothes and Mixtures. $15 $19 $25 The New Early Winter Models "Fashionseal" Suits for Women Known everywhere as the Fall Style Aristocrats in women Taiioreu wear. Tne new MTlV tvlfltar InnH.I. ihrnun marlfiJ In. novations In style that will 'instantly ap-, jeai 10 women, xne price Is :$25 Warmer Underwear For Everyone fa the Family! Tho time for hesitation Is past and the day for selection is here. Tho great varieties sof warm wool and fleecy cotton underwear for everybody are shown hero In great department, where every wanted style can be bought at a price you are readily willing to pay. Women's Modtum Weight Union Suits ot fine ribbed cotton, light gjv fleeced; also vests and pants in regular and extra sites, 50c quality J jC Vests. Pants. Undershirts and Drawers, for glrU and boyg, a all BlxeH up to 34, rlbbod cotton and part wool, CuTqunllty, at. A . J) Q Munsing Underwear for Women, Men and Children We havo Just received our main shipment for winter, comprising nearly $10,000 worth of Munsing underwear, known everywhere as the highest class, most perfect fitting and satisfactory underwear that is made for women, men and children. The range of styles and sizes in this superior utt wiuiinun v vi j vurioiy wnicn mo iaciory produces. JstaaslBg- Vn&erwear for misses, call Are a and hoys vests, pants and union salts, at 50S 81.00 nd $1.50. fiiMlM TT.. I ' ... In all KlZCfl Ht SS..OO- SI 50 nd $2.00 Munslhfr Union Salts for men, la all sizes, nt 81. OO. S1.50 hp to $5.50 Buy Blankets Now at These Low Prices Mtif HliflisHH Some time this winter, if not right now, I you will cortainly need more blankets. Buy them now while theso prices aro in effect. You cannot possibly buy them later on from such varioties at such prices. Our greatest sale of blankets continues all week. Crowds thronged our aisles on Monday until wo woro unablo to properly replenish tho tables and consequently could not bogin to show all tho varioties or all tho dosigns of blankets from this immense purchase. Como to our basement Wednesday. You can make your selections more quiokly. New lots havo mado tho varioties just as great and the values just as romarkablo as over. (2,00 Woolnap and Deacon Blankets, very finest quality cotton, for full slzo bods; at, per pair. .SI 50 $3 Woolnap Blankets, 12-4 size, finished like the fineBt wool in white, gray and tan, checks, pr $1,98 All Wool Blankets, in 11-4 and 12-4 size, well worth $5, and sometimes sold to $8 a pair: at, pr $2.98 All Wool Blankets, extra tine quality, in white, grey, tan, plaids and checks, worth to (6; at, pr., $3,98 Singlo Wool Blankets, 11-4 and 12-4 size, white, greytan, plaid, scarlet, etc., worth 12.60, each, $150 Very fino All Wool Blankots, full 72x84-!n. slzo, best known makes,' special at, por pair $7-50 4 Most comploto variety that is shown in Omaha, offered at spo hI AWWIIJS cial prices in our perfectly equipped and conveniently located section devoted entirely to flannels, in great bargain basement. Very best quality Outing Flan. Our regular 10c quality Fancy els, light and dark qIi Outing Flannel, light styles per yard, O 2C co1r,,-:-t' Per 0 SC Bleached and Unbleached Shaker and Canton Flannels, mlUrhi , ends, worth up to lOe "i nf a yard,! at, yard The Style the Weil Dressed Men Are Wearing in OVERCOATS and Suits for Men and Young Men Are Included in tke Lots of Omr Recent Great CUtking Pcrckase At a Saving to You of 350 g 10 You havo a right to expect long, steady service from your over coat. Lots of men buy an overcoat to last several seasons. The over coats that wo offer you in this special sale will give you all the good ored look just as long as you can wear them. The suits are all types of now 1913 styleB. Serges, cheviots and tweeds, 2 and 3-but-lon styles. Men's Overcoats and Suits, made to sell at $17.50; s 7C in this WM mid sale X X: civ Men's Overcoats and Suits, made to sell at $12.50; $g7C in this $11 Id sale at Men's Overcaats and Suits, made to sail at $22.50; in this sale at 13 75 NEW ENTRANCE FIXTURES FOR FEDERAL BUILDING HERE Hronxo fixtures for the entrsuces to the tedersJ bulldliur sj-e- expected to arrive in OmsJia from New Vork within tho next few days. The wiring tor llzhts hs toen In for some, time, but the bronse pillars, which were belnc msde, required more tlruo thsn was autlelpsted to com plete. Within the next month the en trances to the federal building will be brilliantly illuminated. MINIKUS-GAARD FEUD TO BE TRIED IH JUVENILE COURT I The rt of the one-siatd brlcklt fud llveeiithellulKuundt'e Usard faml llrs was continued yesterday in wllcej court. Evidence showed that John Guard, who Is an expressman, was attacked at his barn door by par ties alleged to be some of the lllnlkus family and friends. Gaard was struck on the head with brickbats. The case will be tried In Juvenile court ROOMMATE SWITCHES PURSES AND FLEES Thomas D. Loney reported to tne. police Monday nltht that his roommate at the Carey hotel, Kd Lippert, In. removing a stain, 'from his trousers also removed a pock book containing- about ITS and left Instead one containing "S3 cents and a luoky bean." The men had been friends before coming to Omaha. Uppert paid H week's room rent In advance and can have a refund by calling at the Carey hotel office. Aflithcr Omaha State Faworite Rccur.zcs the SNperiirity tf tht Fisher Pino . SSSSSSBSBBSBBBBBBMSSSBBSaSSjSJS Ml isssssBsssssBsS' "B mm 1sbsbbbbbbHK'' e''X'a 9 ssbbbsssbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbsIhII. 9 ISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsSBKIl dbbksbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbbnsbbns t sbs9WVssIIbbbbBH WEST NlfjcH Qsnxxj Tim THSO. H. VAIL. nsSBSNT UNION TTER RECErVBD AT U21 FctalR ItrtlMls, M. KANSAS C tTY dW"CrIJ4T 5 A 13 HAlTsMW SMsHS OMAHA name vwe nsHex piano n.Acc ut tt AtMKtmwr at hotel rm m. wming my n$fotaa at xne aWtc! 1 rcimcfr-fH(,aMSNA wilcs . smsinnihc rmmocrsmjMi i 143 AM4CT IS,' See These Specials ir Ohf October Sales 1 Weber SlOO 1 1 Weber SlOO I 1 Kimball . . .$100 1 Kimball .. .125 1 Stager $150 1 Shamger .. .$100 1 Vose & Bon 100 I 1 nardraaa .. .$150 I 1 Anderson . .$125 HAYDEN BROS. I Am Running a Race With My Lease! I look at my stock then I look at my lease then I say to myself: "I wonder WHICH will rtfh out .the SOONESTI" Unfortunately I have still more stock than I have days remain ing in tho lease; IV u going to be a neck and neck RACK from NOW on. Any. old price for th0 clothes; I don't want thorn; but you NEED THEM and can BUY them at what they COST ME, for I am going out of BUSINESS! " Give Mp What the Clothing COSTS Me! FIRST CASE IN FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT DISMISSED The first case for trial In the United 8tates district court was dismissed yes terday by Attorney Henry C Murphy, for Ote plaintiff. The case waa a cWU one, brought by Ora Rooktool for the recovery of damages for injuries received while in the employ ot the Cudahy Pack. I tut company. Vtollowlns- th rii.mi...t r the. case the Jury was excused from duty uuui mis morning, when the sec ond case on the docket will come un 'or trial. It's a Hornlnsr S'basue not to..bave Bucklen'a Arnica, Ealve to cure Durns. ecxems, boils, sores, piles, cuts, bruises, wounds -and ulcers. Sc For sale by yuyr druggist Advertisement IMS 1 SBBSl I I ft SBBBBBBSl I I Don't question quality! All ot the clothes in my stock are tho product of such makers as the "Society Brand" people, "Sturm-Mayer" and "Strause & Bros,." America's FINJEgT For SIS to $18 Suits or O'ceats Uesptaikon jcrrorts Sacrifice Prf'cas Almost Instant Cluoranc Necessary Bcaute I Aril Going Out of Business! $9.75 12.45 for -$20 to $22.50 Suits jr Overcoats II IT For f 25 to In n n wo stuits 17.50 19.75 a or u.coats For $30 to, $35 Suits or O'coats For $35 to $40 Suits or O'coats George Brooks Clothier, Who Is Going to Give Up the Store at 16th and Harney Streets, in the City National Bank Bldg. ROOMS The Best Variety. The Bqe classified pages carry advertisements of the best rooms and upartmeuts for rent in tho city. Phono your ad to Tyler 1000.