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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1913.
Fashionable Apparel for Autumn
jS$L Suits, Goats and
. Dresses that are
HOWARD J AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
WHEAT CROP .BIGGEST
EVER GROWN IN LAND
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pared with 17.2 bushels harvested last
year and 12.3 bushels the average yield
for 1908-12. On the planted area 18,CGJ,000
acres It Is estimated tho final total pro
duction will bo. about 213,000,000 bushels,
compared with 330,000,000 bushels har
vested last year and 191,000,000 bushels
harvested In 1911.
Oats. Gain Daring Honttt.
Oats-Condltlon, 74 per cent of a. nor
mal at time of harvest, compared with
73.7 Pr cent on August 1, 92.3 yer cent
at time of harvest last year and 79.3
per cent the average condition at tlmo
of harvest for the last ten years. The
Indicated yield per acre, estimated from
condition reports, Is 27.8 bushels, com
pared with 87.4 bushels harvested last
year and 29.7 bushels the average yield
19CS-12. On tho planted area 38,811,000
acres It Is estimated the final total pro
duction will be about l.OM.OW.OOl bushols,
compared with 1.41S.WO.O0O bushels har
vested laat year and 2.000,000 bushels
harvested In 1911.
Barley Condition 73.4 per cent of a nor
mal at time of harvest, comparod with
74.9 per cent on August 1, 88.9 per cent at
time of harvest last year and 81.1 per
cent, the average condition at time of
harvest for the past ten years. Tho
Indicated yield per acre, estimated from
condition reporta, la 25.2 bushels, com
(fared with 9.7 bushels harvested last
year, and 24.5 bushels, the average yield
lSeg-U. On the planted area, 7,255,000
acres, It ii estimated tho final total pro
duction will "bo about 163,000,000 bushels,
compared with 224.000.OSO bushelsharvcstcd
last year and 100,000,000 bushels harvested
Pettitoes Also Off.
White ToUtoee-CondJUon 09.9 per cont
of a normal on September 1 compared
with 78.0 per cent on August 1. 87.2 per
cent on September 1 last year and 7M
per cent, the, average condition on Sep
tember 1 for the past ten years. The in
dicated yield per acre, estimated from
condition reports, is 83.1 bushels, com
pared with US. 4 bushels harvested last
year, and 96.1 bushels, tho av6rago yield
JjarvestedlMS-li On the planted area,
SL650 Nacres, It is estimated tho final
total production will be about 32S.000.000
bushels, compared with 421,000,000 bushels
harvested last year and 233,000,00 bush
da harvested in 191L
Tobacco Condition 74.8 per cent of a
normal, compared with 78.3 per cent on
August 1, 8U per cent on September 1
'last .year and 81.8 pesr cent, the average
condition on September 1 for the last
ten years. The indicated yield per acre,
estimated from condition reports, Is 7S2.4
MR. Wtt ANDERSON, Bit
"J havo been 111 for some time and
thought I never could be helped.
"I can truthfully say that Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey has done me a lot ot good
more good than any medicine I ever
tried before. It is surely a medicinal
whiskey and worthy of all that you claim
It to bo," William Anderson. Sr.. 2S3
Prospect Street Perth Arnboy. N. J,
is one ot the greatest strength builders
and toclo stimulants known to Aclenco.
it strengthens and sustains the system,
is a promoter ot health and longevity)
makes the old feel young and keeps the
young strong and vigorous, it Is pre
scribed by physicians and recognised as
a family medicine ev
erywhere. You should
have It In your home,
it win da you good
Sold In SEALED
BOTTLES OHlfT by
A'UgxlsU, grocers and
dealers? JL00 a large
ssHb ' f:
M Sfttfr Volt Whiskey Uo,
. Soebtstsr, If, T,
new ix, uisLincuvc.
Refined styles such r
as please women who
wish individuality. We
ask an opportunity to
show you this apparel
which is moderately
Suits $19.50, $29.50, $39.50.
Coats $12.50, $19.50, $25.00.
-Dresses $15,00 $22:50, $27.50.
These prices include nil
tho charges for alterations.
pouhds, compared with 785.5 pounds bar
vostcd lost year, and 822.3 pounds, the
average yield harvested 1WS-U. On the
planted area, 1,144,000 acres, it is esti
mated tho final total production will be
about 861,000,000 pounds, compared with
PC3.000.000 pounds harvested last year, and
900,000,000 pounds harvested In 1911.
Klax Condition 79.4 per cent of a nor
mal on September 1, compared with 77.4
per cent on August. 1, 84.3 per cent on
September 1 last year and 80.9 per cent
tho average condition on September 1
for the last ten years. The indicated
yield per acre, estimated from condition
reports, Is 8.4 bushols, comparod with 9.8
bushels harvested last year and 8.2 bush
els, the average yield harvested 1908-12.
On tho planted area, 2,425,000 acres, it Is
estimated the total final production will
bo about 20,000,000 bushels, compared with
28,000,000 bushels harvested last year, and
19,000,000 bushels harvested in 1911.
Hay A preliminary estimate of tho
total production of hay .places It at 83,
000,000 tons, compared with 73,000,000 tons
harvested last year and 56,000,000 tons har
vested In 1911. The quality of the hay
crop Is estimated at 91.7 per cent, com
pared with 92.1 per cont last year and
92.1 per cent, tho averogo for tho lost ten
Apples Condition 47.7 per cent of a 'nor
mal on September 1, compared with 52.2
per cent on August 1, 07.9 per cent on
Septombcr 1, last year, and 64.4 per cent,
the average condition on Hcptomber l
for the last ten years.
The condition of corn on September 1
and of oats and spring wheat at the (Jmc
of harvest, by states, follows:
- 93 81
' ' 74 70
. 84 SO
. 98 78
Illinois .. 62
Kansas '. .10
Kentuck '. 59
Alabama ....I.,....'......'... 78 v
North Carolina 87
South Dakota 78
South Carolina 86
Virginia .... 85
North Dakota 72
Ohio , 73
Indiana ' 61
South Dakota 70
New Vork 88
North Dakota 70
South Dakota CS
Missouri Pacific Train Derailed.
8T. LOUIS, Sept. . A dispatch re
ceived at Missouri Pacltlo headquarters
this 'aftornoon says that an eastbound
train from Kansas City to Jefferson City
turned over four miles east of Long-
vllle. The engine went through a bridge.
Physicians find wrecking crews aro on
the way there. No word ot dead or in
jurcu una uron rweiveu.
None was killed in the wreck, but three
ot the train crew were seriously hurt
and eight passengers were slightly In
Tho train was derailed as It was cross
ins a bridge. The bridge .was knocked
down and the englno and baggage car
went Into a creek. The passenger coaches
LIMITATIONS OF THE
FEDERAL FOOD LAW
(Continued from Page One.)
tor misbranding which might work
monetary fraud on the consumer, should
be widely and rapidly extended to the
control ot Interstate commerce in ih
tiangerous unlabeled foods which can
transmit and which do transmit serious
diseases. Plans for extending this work
to interstate shipments of milk alt over
the country have already been made. It
is the plan of the department to do movo
than exercise merely police control over
Dr. Alsberg was followed by Dr. W. T.
Sedgwick ot Boston, professor of biology
and public health in the Massachusett
Institute of Technology, who spoke on
the "Reappearance ot the Ohost of Mai
"If America would avoid famine in the
future as it has In the past It must
begin at onoe scientifically and systemat
lcally to Increase and conserve its food
i supply," he said.
Bales at Doable-lteaUer.
Th Pirates have played only
aouDie-neaaer at nome tma year.
policy of Barney Dreyfuss is first to fill
in au open dates, ana scneauie a double
biu omy when tnero is no alternative.
CURRENCY BILL IS REPORTED
Ueainrc Approved by Democratic
Caucui Goes on Calendar.
MINORITY FILES OBJECTIONS
nepnltllcnn Members of Committee
flay CJtinrnnten of Ilenerve
Notes Practically Creates
WASHINGTON, Sept 9. The adminis
tration currency reform bill as approved
by the democratic caucus was reported
to the house today from the committee
on banking and currency by Chairman
fllAitfl. A vnlllmlnnllH rmnntt. InclUillni? a
lengthy technical discussion of theory I
of the bill, accompanied the measure, .
setting forth tho views of the democrats I
on the committee. Representative Hays
of California, presented a report from the
republicans .criticising the. measure and
proposing various amendments.
Tho majority declared that tho bill "Is
Intended to bring about necessary
changes In tho present banking and cur
rency system of the United States and to
correct long-standing evils that have had
a slow and deep-rooted growth. It alms
at the , rectification of tho essential de
fects of the present system, although It
does not sock to make all the Innova
tions that might from an Ideal stand
point be deemed desirable."
Principles Hack of 11111.
Reviewing the arguments against the
BO-called Aldrlch plan outlined by the
national monetary commission and
against all central bank plans suggested
the report said:
"After looking over the whole ground
and after examining tho various sugges
tions for legislation the committee on
banking and currency Is firmly of the
opinion that any effective legislation on
banking must Include tho following fun
damental elements, which it considers
Indispensable in any measure likely to
prove satisfactory to tho country:
"Creation of a Joint mechanism for tho
extension of credit to the banks which
possess sound assets and which desire to
Uquldato them for the purpose of meet
ing legitimate commercial, agricultural
and Industrial demands on the part of
"Ultimate retirement of the present
bond-secured currency with suitable pro
vision for the fulfillment of government
obligations to bondholders, coupled with
the creation ot a satisfactory flexible
ourrency to take Its place.
"Provision for better extension of"
American banking facilities In foreign
countries to the end that our trado
abroad may be enlarged and that Ameri
can business men In foreign countries
may obtain the accommodations they re
quire In the conduct of their operations.
"Beyond these cardinal and simple
propositions the commltteo has not
deernd it wise at this time to make any
recommendations save that in a few par
ticulars it has suggested the amendment
ot existing publications in tho national
bank act with a view to strengthening
that measure .at .points whore experience
has shown the necessity of alteration."
Large Reserve Created.
Crediting tho present financial system
with chief responsibility for the various
panics ot the past half century,- the re
port sets forth that under the proposed
law. the federal reserve .banks to bo
created under the bill would have avail
able at least 1550,009,000 of reserves in
"This," said the report, "would create
reservoir ot liquid funds far surpassing1
nythlng of similar kind ever avatlablo in'
this country heretofore. It would com
pare favorably with the resources pos
sessed by government banking institu
Tho committee' reviewed the bill section
by section, setting forth at great length
the probable operation and results of
Creates Central IlaiiU.
In their minority report on tho bill the
republicans of tho commltteo pointed out
what they hold to be tho weaknesses ot
the measure. They said they found the
democrats ot the country "so bound by
their caucus action that they could not
consider amendments to the bill, which.
It adopted, would have eliminated Its un
sound and questionable provisions."
Thoy suggested that the provisions com
pelling national banks to subscribo for
the capital stock of 'the federal reserve
banks on pain ot forfeiture of their
charters, was "ot doubtful constitutional
ity and wholly unnecessary and inexpedi
ent" If the plan ot the bill la a good
one. they said, the banks would gladly
participate: It not should the banks re
fuse to enter the system, "all business
would be disastrously affected." The re
publicans declared the provision making
the new federal reserve notes "obligations
of the United States" practically creates
central bank. They urged that tho
powers of the federal reserve board were
too great and that "there is great danger
as the bill Is now drawn, that the bank
ing business of the country may be used
tor partisan political advantage,"
The progressive views of the ourrency
question wore set forth In a report on
the fJiaas bill filed several days ago by
Representative Lindbergh ot Minnesota,
the progressive member ot the committee.
SCHOOLS AND CATHEDRAL
AT LEAD MAY CLOSE UP
LEAD, a D Sept 9. Special Tele
gram.) Another step In the controversy
between Bishop Busch of the Itoman
Catholic diocese of Lead and the Home
stake Mining company came with the
closing of the cathedral and parochial
Bishop Busch today Issued a reply to
the protest ot cltltens in the mass meet
ing, declaring that many had acted under
compulsion and that some who refused
to Join were discharged Saturday. He da-
Clares he will not "answer the demands
of a mob," and that many of tho signers
to tno protest have no Handing In the
ARCTIC EXPLORER IS
MURDERED BY ESKIMOS
W1NNIPEO, Man., Sepu 9.-Vord wa4
received here late today of the murder
ot Harry V Radford, American ex
plorer, and his companion, Oeorge Btreet,
on the Arctlo coast The killing. In the
meager reports received here, was said
to have been done by Esklmaa.
RESIGNS FROM MEDICAL
COLLEGE FACULTY AT IOWA
Notice ot an appeal has been given.
SIOUX CITY, la.. Sept 9,-CSpeclal.)
Dr. William Jepson of Sioux City, head
ot the department ot surgery at the med
ical college of the University ot Iowa for
tho last eleven years, today confirmed the
report that ha had resigned from the
PASSES THE SENATE
(Continued from Page One.)
cintiiy ay cnuu moor nu yruviucu iui .
the creation ot a commission to revise :
-l t ... ..it. ... m M ... .
tho customs laws:
Important additions to the freo list In
cluded antomony ore, limestone rock.
asphalt, asphaltum and bitumen, fabrics
ot jute yarns, wool blankets valued at
less than 40 cents a pound, text books,
sugar machinery, cast Iron pipe, surgical
catgut, cement, creosote oil. denatured
alcohol, flax and homo, fur and fur
skins, gunpowder, pig Iron, sptegelesen,
ferro manganese, wrought iron slabs and
blooms, photographic moving picture
films, steel ingots, blooms and slabs, cat-
tie and other live stock, wheat, sawed
cedar, angora goat and alpaca woot and
paper twlno for binding wool.
Illegal to Have
to Homes in Iowa
SIOUX CITY, la., Sept 9. The people
of Iowa cannot legally have liquor deliv
ered to their liomctf. according to a de
cision of Judge Jepsen In tho district
court heretoday. Legally to stock their
cellars with liquors, according to the de
cision, they must either carry or haul It
Tho decision Is very broad and among
other prohibitions Is ono against purchas
ing liquors and having them sent to a
given address "C. O. D.," on orders given
by telephone or otherwise. When delivery
Is a condition of the sale, regardless of in
what manner payment is made It is
TRACTORS DOWN TO WORK
(Continued from Page One.)
and larger machines. The crowds were
drawn out ot curiosity to the big ma
chines, but more careful study was given
to the work of tho tractors handling from
threo to nix plow, bottoms than was given
to thoso hauling a higher number. This
fact Is also significant. It shows that in
tho development of the tractor business,
the small tractor pulling from three to
six bottoms wilt be In larger general de
mand than machines that pull from
twelve to twenty bottoms.
(Sronnd Dry and Hard.
All the machines operated under one
disadvantage. The ground was very dry
and very hard, and the dryness and tho
hardness made it a difficult matter to
turn furrows smoothly. In such a way as
to cover all trash. It must be said, how
ever, that taking everything Into consid
eration, the excellent .work done far
transcended anything that might reason
ably bo expected.
Tomorrow Is Douglas county day. In
connection with tho Big 4 agricultural
fair there will be a band concert In the
morning, with free open air acts and ex
lilblt feature?, and in the afternoon at 2
o'clock there wilt be a fanners' decorated
vehicle parade, and in the evening the
dog show, the carnival shows, band con
cert and free publlo exhibitions.
'Curing for Crowd. '
Fremont will be amply able to houpo
and, care for the crowd. It . hoa boon
freely prophesied - as the crowds began'
to grow that Fremont would not bo able
to do this, and this prophecy has aroused
the local pride ot the city and they are
preparing; to toko good care ot all comers.
On the exhibition field tractor demon'
stratlons will begin on another part ot
the field with a plowing exhibition at
1:30 and the exhibition will continue until
4:30 In the afternoon. Everything is be
ing done to contribute to the comfort and
enjoyment ot ail visitors at the plowing
exhibition. An enormous tont has been
erected tor tho office, telephone and rest
room. This aftornoon two largo wagon
loads of Fremont-grown watermelons
the finest In the world will be distributed
to all visitors and each will have a share
ot tho luclous fruit.
i Thursday will come the grand barbecue
Immediately after tho close of the plow
I (iff demonstration. A monster ox has
been secured for the purpose. It was
furnished by Hayden' Bros, of Omaha,
and It will be done to a tenderness by an
expert barbecue cook and be served in
connection with buns and other delicacies
to all who desire a primitive open-air
This demonstration with its attendant
success may be taken as a demonstration
ot tho fact that mechanical power is to
become the great motive force of the fu
ture in agricultural operations through'
out this middle west territory. Such In
terest as is there exhibited will certainly
result in the adoption ot mechanical
power for the heavy work ot the farm.
This means a great step forward in tho
development of agriculture. The promot
ers ot this exhibition may well be proud
ot what they have achieved.
GERMAN AVIATOR FALLS
SIX HUNDRED FEET
BERLIN, Sept 9.-Dr. Binge, ft Ger
man aviator, was killed today while com
peting for a distance prlxe.
The airman ascended from the aviation
field at Johannlsthal early this morning.
After flying a few miles his machine sud
denly collapsed and fell , to the ground
from a height ot GOO feet'
The content In which Dr. Binge was
competing was one of the first held under
the provisions ot the national aviation
fund, which Is being raised by popular
Tho autopsy allowed that Dr. Binge.
who was physically weak, was stricken
with heart disease while in the air and
that In all probability he was dead when
the aeroplane began to folL
Mrs. W. T. Wilson.
Myrtle Whaley Wilson, wife of W. T.
Wilson, manager ot the Omaha branch ot
the Auburn Automobile company, died
at the Wilson residence, Z3H Seward
street at 11:30 yesterday. Mrs, Wilson
was S3 years ot age. Besides her husband
she leaves one daughter, Frances, aged B
years. Mrs. Wilson was a daughter ot
Dr. S. O. Whaley, a banker ot Osceola,
Neb. The cause of her death was
hemmorhag. She had been ill only a
short time. The body" will be taken to
Osceola for burial.
BURLINGTON, la., Sept 9. Thomas
Stivers, editor and proprietor or the Bur
lington Dally Ouette, died here this
The PersUtcnv and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
: sines Success,
JBoy Who Killed His
CHICAGO, Sept 9. A coroner's Jury
today exonerated Nicholas Bulkeman, 17
years old, who shot and killed his father
in uoiensu ui nil moiner. inp nnvi
- - - - -
mothe,r testified that her husband waa
dragging ner Dy me nair wnen the shot
was fired. The Jury found the son
'Justified In striking his father to pro-
tect hl Inother"
STRIKING CORE MAKERS
ST. LOUIS, Sept 9. Five hundred core
makers employed at the foundry of the
Commonwealth Steel company at Granite
City, 111., struck today. Men from a
colony of foreigners rushed to take their
places and a riot resulted in which sev
eral were hurt.
The strike was the culmination of a
series of alleged grievances on tho part
of tho employes of the mills. Tho men
complained that they had been unjustly
treated by watchmen. A domand for
a wage Increase has been made.
WILSON CANNOT ATTEND
THE PERRY CELEBRATION
COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 9. President
Woodrow Wilson today notified Governor
Cox that ho will be unable to be present
at the Perry victory celebration at Put-
In-Bay tomorrow and Thursday, saying
that he is "kept away by the thought that
no man can truly praise those who did
their duty by neglecting his own." The
president had been Invited to make an
address on the occasion of the celebration.
SECRETARY LANE FALLS
IN FAINT AT OAKLAND
OAKLAND, Cat, Sept. 9. Secretory of
the Interior Franklin K. Lane fell in a
faint here today while reviewing the Ad
mission day parade of the Native Sons'
organization. He was removed to his
brother's homo In Berkeley, where It was
reported that his condition was not
serious. The secretary had complained of
not feeling well before the parade started.
Iotth News Note.
SHENANDOAH Z. R. Clancey. an old
soldier, who has lived In Shenandoah the
last ten years, died Sunday afternoon af
ter a snort illness.
THIN FOR YEARS-"GAINS 22
Remarkable Experience ot F. Gag-
non Builds Up Weight
I was all run down to the evry bot
tom," writes F. Gargnon. "I had to quit
work, I was so weak. Now, thanks to
Bargol, I look like a new man. I gained
22 pounds In 23 days.
"Sargol has put 10 pounds on me in
14- days," states W. D. Roberts. "It has
mode mo Bleep well, enoy What I ate
and enabled mo to work with interest
'I weighed 132 pounds when .1 com
menced taking SargoU After taking 20
days I weighed 144 pounds. Sargol Is
the moat wonderful preparation for flesh
building I have ever seen," declares D.
Martin, and J. Meier adds: "For the
past twenty years I have taken medicine
every day for indigestion and got thin
ner every year. I took Sargol for forty
days and feel better than I have felt In
twenty years. My weight has Increased
from 160 to 170 pounds."
When hundreds of men and women
and there are hundreds, with more com
ing every day living in every nook and
corner of this broad land, voluntarily
testify to weight increases ranging all
the way from 10 to 35 pounds, given
them by Sargol, you must admit, Mr.
and Mrs. and Miss Thin Reader, that
there must be something In this Sargol
method of flesh building after all.
Hadn't you better look Into it. Just as
thousands of others have done? Many
thin folks say: "I'd give most anything
to put on a little extra weight," but
when some one suggests a way they ex
claim, "Not a chance. Nothing will
mako me plump. I'm built to stay thin.'
Until you have tried Sargol, you do not
and cannot know that this Is true.
Sargol has put pounds of healthy "stay
there" fles'a on hundreds who doubted
and in spite of their doubts. Tou don't
have to believe li Barnol to grow plump
from its use. You just take it and watch
weight pile up, hollows vanish and your
figure round out to pleasing and normal
proportions. You weigh yourself when
when you begin and again when you
finish and let the scales tell the story,
Sargol la absolutely harmless. It is a
tiny concentrated tablet You take one
with every meal. It mixes with the food
you eat for the purpose of separating all
or Its flesh producing Ingredients. It
prepares these tat making elements in
an easily assimilated form, which the
blood can readily absorb and carry all
over your body. Plump, well-developed
persons don't need Sarsrol to nrodum
this result. Their assimilative machin
ery performs Its functions without aid.
But thin folks' assimilative organs do
not This fatty portion of their food now
goes to waste through their bodies like
unburned coal throuch an ODen ifrate. A
few days' test of Bargol In your case
win surety prove wnemer or not this is
irue oi you. n t it worm trying7
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Be in Pry's Shoes.
Pianos at Less
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Wo lmvo taken In cxclmiiBO
ait unusually largo number ot
the higher grade make-pro.
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Tliey can't last long at theso
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White Coal Co.
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Slat. Today. 2i4B xright. 7:3oand 9
Bring the Children. aurie Ordway,
The Brilliant English Buffrafc'ette.
ronr Toscarrys, ramoua Comady
Acrobats Ernest Oarr and Company
In "The drafter;" Ssln & Srlanger,
Pantomimlsts Supreme i Archer tt
Bugersoll, catchy songs and dances,
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