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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 3913.
Bed Blankets and Comforters
anticipating your wants -you
takefa;dvatitage of the September Sale
Prices. Lower than ordinary at a
distinct Siting, .
Cotton Blanketswhite, gray or tan, 49c, 63c,39c, $1.10, .
$L33, $1.73 a pair. ;
$2.50 Plaid $otton Blankets $2.19 a pair, .y
$4.00 Whito Wool Blankots $3.48 a pair. , ,
$5.00 White "Wool Blankets $4.29 a pair. -
$6.00 mite Wool Blankets $5.29 a pair.
$5.50 Gray "Wool Blankets $4.88 a pair.
$4.50 Gray or Plaid Wool Blankets $3.88 a pair. ,
$10 Boal Camel's Hair Blankots, tan with 'Grecian
border, $8f95 each. " '
Single Blankets,- a large assortment, . fancy designs,
dairity colorings, $4.29, $5.29 each.
' .See'tHe Hew Honey-comb Blankets, white or plaids,
single or in. pairs. Bedding Section Basoment.
SONS OF VETERANS ELECT
John Sautter of Pittsburgh Named
Clearing Sale of Dresses-
On Sale in Basement
$25:qiQipresses ;Friday . . $8.95
S1&5P PressesMFriday . . $7,95
$$50: DressesFriday . . $5.95
$ 6.Q0 Dresses Friday . - $2.50
m5Sf&JMO SIXTECHTrl STRSCKTS ' '
BEERS MAKES ANNUAL ADDEESS
KloTPtr Tho"nn'ili Members Died
Dortnc Year Membership '
la Korr If nmlrrd and
SCHMIDT SHD TO BE .
' DEAD MD MURDERER
' (Continued ifonPag One.)
she h4 left for CMcago about a
mmh?-m. ' r - 1. , , .
TwUw the ntwstfcn 6t ehtt's
tMity WiKfcufTX SWnn; enter U th
Unlt4 Mat ert strvlc In Naw Twrk,
a man Trlth )nr irknc with cumr
fltrs, Mar lt Right that In all Ms
txpri h Had vr et an 1
Or, WPMt Kmwh I XTa.
ItfMDOK, NK. -1 TH pollc authorU
tie at Veetlana yard feav m rrcord et
Jr. ii Muret, th dentist, ar.
r4 ait Kw tsrk. TWr rmMrf,
Mrmr, sfcew aa entry coMcaniln- a
a. Km, w the etetiv think Vs
Mto. Dr. Xrrwt whU In fcRefl, wm
u4r rrHc la connection with the
-wait slave trad ana ta publication o
fffcMt Kates tm Reaver.
DEN VSR, Bept Mr-Unlled BteW(
cret service agents today1 sent" telegrams
to th New T6rK police department Myc
ins whether Hand Schmidt, confessed
murderer and counterfeiter, was absent
ftram New York in June, this action
follewtd the s$6Very that the 'counter-'
f(t 0 and note made by schmiai
are erlWsi IptJ'r, to spurious bills
which were passed In largo numbers In
Jus in Denver, Chicago and Kansas
rrslstt ovartWa la the Road to
, tug Return., "
mau Uyt;. nai , , rf.,aaaai
IIDREY AND BLA8DER
'Want Federal Troops
On Governor's Island
WASHINGTON. Sept It-More than
S New York financiers have netttloned
the War.dpartment to increase the num-
'of troop on Governor1 Island to protect
Wall atraet, and the tlaaaeka diatrict
from wofc uprtalnc or foreUrn lavalalon.
The mavenfient tor tacreaad protection !
aald to have Wean aurted bv CharUa K-
Warren e ta UftCln National hank of
New Yerk. Scare tainted jetUkn
have poured .in an th New York eenators
and hay been sent to the War depart
Oevemor' laland In New York hartwr.
a caeaparattv short dfatauca freni the
flaanalal Mttet. haa wily a naaJl
tall of asMlara. The flnanelara atl
tlonad that It was ta eourae ef vriadom
to hav that foroo incraMd a that the
eoldtera mljrht respond to any mwttney
likely to arlae In Now York City, partic
ularly the commercial section; '
Luther League to
Meet Here Friday
The Omaha district. ctrnorUth Douir.
las, Dodpe and Washington counties of
ma Nebraska z.uther ieacuo. will hold
eetlns at Klon Lutheran church' Krlday,
aaiuroay ana Hunday, A concert Friday
evening wilt open th sessions. Saturday
will b devoted to a business session and
prayer meeting and religious servlosa
and yuunr peopWs program will b held
ysw 9)a )C Orweis
It ya ar bthfd with toekach-.
r ruarit"i. hav dlaatrreeasla, an
teayiac bladder or urinary dlsorderc to
attid with or suffer with any other
th raaay teistrtea that com front
wa4jc3i4ra hore Is a guaranteed rem
edySrstt.can depend uen
It 'Ma poaltlra fact that Croxon.
yrecapUy oTercomes such dtseaccs.
Itapaks. right. In ftnd cleens out the
sa4 urj kidneys an makes them niter
andlattt out tha poisonous waste matter
from, the blood. It rxsutr&llset and die
solves the urlo add that lodges In- th
joints and muse, causing rheumatism:
soothes and. heals the delicate linings of
the.bladdtr. p' .
t More thetrj" a few doses .of Croxone
ar Ud6rq required f to relief" rn th
btlate, long standing cases.
You H1 find Cnixone fntlrely dlffer
nt from all other remedies, it is so
prepared that -It W practically Impossible
ta tslrs it wtthout results. An original
9ackaaa costs b a trifle, and your
draggut is authorised to return ft pSir
.ehsi price If proxone ialle to glva th
feslrrd resuljsthve.ry first Urae.-Ad-
Dm Coupon and 15o
entitles bearer to
okoioe of ona
or OtKtr iPcnnant
wb yreentd at
THB III OFFICE,
. ' 105 34 Building,
SMALLEST WOMAN WHO
WEARS LATEST CLOTHES
'Dad'' Wtover, saewtary of Ak-Ssjv
Bm. baa cte4 th ceatraei with tk
amalHst cocalon on Xlec'a isway.
and ptbly th MMllt attraction ver
broght to Omaha. Th attraction 1
Frlnceas Victoria, a minute bundle of
feminity M years old and who atanda
M Inches In liar stocking feet She
weighs 18i pounds, In the same stock
Her homo I in Australia. She lays the
Piano and sings and wears a bucket of
jewelry with remarkable tast and eas
She Is making a tour of the world and
will be' in Omaha during Ak-Sar-Een
tier act does not merely consist of sit
ting on a platform so PcoPlo may look
at her, but "Dad" promises a novelty
In the way of entertainment from the
princess In the musical and talking Una
The princes wears th latest creations
In dress, on a small scale, of course, but
nevertheless, tho very latest In pattern.
CHARIPS HARLAN IS SHOT
IN HEAD AT MASON CITY
MASON CITY, la., Sept. .- Special
Telegram.) Th Accidental discharge of
a gun in the hands of Frank Hallow,
a stage hand, between acts of th play
"Virginian" at CMcil theater last night,
sent a bullet through tho brains pt
Charles Harlan, aged iS years, of.Aredale,
irno was loomng ai me . coieouon o
guns, physicians say llarlan cannot
IS PASSED BY HOUSE
BY LARGE MAJORITY
(Continued from -Rage. One.)
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept. 18. John
Jpautter'of Pittsburgh mis elected late to.
day commandcrIn-chtef of tho Sons of
Veterans, in annual session here. Othmf
officers chosen.. wre!, Harry I Btrelt,
Baltimore, senior vice commander; Itob
ert W. BIe, Chattanooga, Junior 1ce
commander, rand Henry P. Weller, Bos
ton, William B, Moynlhan, Rochesur,
and Charles- C. Bchnte; SU Louis,- mem
bers of the cquncll!n-hicf.
Indications aro that tho selection or a
commander-in-chief of the Grand Army
of the Republic to succeed Alfred B.
Beers, will . b between Captain C. E.
Adams of Superior, Neb., and Wash
Ington Ottrdner, of Michigan.
Eleven Thousand Deaths in Year.
More than li.ooo union veterans of
the civil war died the year ending
December 31, last, and more than 180,000
such, veteran are still on the rolls
of tho Grand Army of th Republic, ac
cording to Alfred B. Brs, commanders
In-chief of th organization, who delivered
his annual address at the reunion here
The year started with a membership
of 191,346, Mr. Beers said, and 14,779 were
addad .to tho rolls by muster, transfer and
reinstatement Tho. losses wer as fol
lows: By death, 11,838; by honorable dis
charge, il&i by transfer, 1.701: by sus
pension, 6,976! by dishonorable discharge,
sixty-three; by dellhqUsnt reports,. 4.2SJ,
and by surrender of charter, 1,039, making
a total loss, partially offset by gains, of
2i,KS. The rat of. mortality, 'based on
the membership, was 6.2S per cent.
DIsortraiBatlon In Railroad Rates.
Another toplo discussed at some length
by Mr. Beers was tho alleged discrimina
tion In rallrosd rates to Chattanooga be
tween th Grand Army and the confed
erate veterans, who held' their reunion
here in May. 'It would appear." ho said,
"that the services of th veterans of tho ,
union army and th consideration due
them are held lightly In the estimation of
th railroad authorities." Tho railroads
of th south, however, gav th' samo
rate to both camps of -veterans, Mr.
Beers added, the alleged discrimination
betng in the north and against the union
veterans. In this connection, ho eald:
Itnto of Cent a Mile.
"The Southern Passenger association,
composed of railroads east pt the Ohio
river, gavo th same rate to , the .union
veterans that thoy had given to the con
federal vsterans in May of this year,
namely, 1 cent per mile. Th remaining
ossoclatlbns, except the Trunk Line as
oclation. located In New York, and the
transcontinental linos, fixed a. rata at 2
cents pe rmilo, which is, I believe, a
higher" rate than 'the Grand Army has
paid In soma years. Included In th as
sociation making the charge of 3 cents
pr aati, was the association whes
road operat in Missouri and Kansas
and perhaps other states, which made a
rat for tho ceferat veterans" re
unloa of 1 cent per mile. The railroad
frem New York to Washington mad no
reduction whatever 4n rates; but charged
the full regular -far to- Washington, the
gatsway to tkA trrltory, of the Southern
Visn assoctftw,' which rate is In
xcM of th price regularly charged
for excursion tickets good for ten days,
and largely i excess of mileage book
rates good for at least one year,"
Higher Fesutetta FAvered.
'Mr Beers urged that the pension com
mltte present, a bill to congress grant
tng s pension of 75 a mouth to veterans
who are blind. Ho also recommended
that an offort bo mado to have repealed
the law providing tha -widows of vet
Crans who married after Juno 17, 180.
should not b entitled to iensions.
'The most of us aro conversant with
th causes that led to th passago of
.that law," he said. "It was a necessary
and a proper law then, but since that
time many honorable, kindly, and affec
tionate women have married veterans
from, the purest of motives and minis
tered to them in their, last hours It
sttmi an Injustice that such noble women
should be mado to suffer with the Ir
responsible class that the n law was
4Md ta reach, (surely ,a law can b
framed, that will separate the wheat from
Speech on. the currency bill just passed
by the house.
"Banks exist for the- Accommodation of
th publlo and not-.for.the control .of
business," he said,1'' and 'added that In
that sentence was a fundamental truh
on which alt banking legislation should
be founded. It was the keynote of the
"We have had for two generations," he
continued, "legislation on banking sys
tems, but they have been, almost uni
versally framed In favor of the bankers.
There can b only on purpose In placing
money In banks; that Is to get It out
again. If-. you .think otherwise, suppose
you draw Up a paper on this subject." .
Mr. Bryan declared Congressman
Glass' speech on the currency bill before
th democratic caucus left little or noth
ing, to be sold on the subject by him or
anybody else, and he recommended It to
tho members f 'the banking institute for
reading. He sold the plan to form re
gtonal reserves for. the more equal dis
tribution of the money of 'the country
for the decent realization of national
finance was a stop In the right dlrectio.n.
"The Owen-Glass bill was not drawn
with the Idea of centralisation. There
has been too piuch centralization. There
has been too much Wall street I am jn
favor of this system of regional banks,
for in It I see help for the. smaller lit
'It has been objected that the govern
ment should not Issue tho money of the
country. Wo hear such objections ocjy
In times of peace. In times of war there
Is no question who should Issue the
money. It must be the government Your
legislatures enact laws whereby men
shall bo banged; and do you tell me that
this goyernment has no right to control
a bank?"' '.
Tho secretary' regretted that presstiro
of tlme 'compelled him to leave abruptly
and departed atntd cheere.
UNIVERSITY Of OMAHA
SH0WSKA 1IG INCREASE
The largest attendance in the history
of the school has registered at the Unl
vertlty of Omaha this week. Th great
est gain Is shown In th freshman class.
Bo far over thirty new students have
registered in this class. These students
ar mostly from tho nearby towns of
Council Bluffs, Florence, Dundee, Benson
and South Omaha. A large number of
the freshman class ar graduates of th
Omaha High school.
: In iha -"upperf classes "practically all of
the old students hav returned.
Th. preparatory department has shown
the largest increase. Bo far mora than
forty have enrolled. The school Is be
ginning to settle 'down to th steady
routine of study and In a few more days
vacation will ba a forgotten past Th
entire enrollment win bo clos to ISO stu
dents; an Increase over last season of
CLAY CENTER, Neb., Sept, 18.-(8p.
dab) A telegram was received this
morning announcing the death of Hugh
Lourttn at KalUpell. Mont Ills body will
bo brought her for burial. Funeral
services will probably b held Sunday
afternoon. Mr. Loudln was one of th
ariy settlers ot this' county and owned
a large amount of land near this city
until thre years ago. He was u years
of age and leaves a widow and thre
Mrs. Referee J. Crawford,
FAIRBVRY. Neb., Bept, l8,-(8pecll.)
After an extended Illness Mrs. Frank
Crawford died at her home In' Fair
bury of old age. Una was th mothej
of rbur children. Mrs, Crawford Is also
survived by four brothers.
SLEEPER STARTS FIGHT
WITH STREET CAR CREW
Wtlltam Painter, colored, M5 North
Twentloth street, was fined 5 arid costs
In 'pollc Court for disturbing tho peace.
Painter, who Is janitor in th Brown
block, was returning horn Wednesday
evening, when ho fell asleep and was
carried to th end of the car line, at
FVrtysixth and Cuming. Upon being
awaken h became enraged that he had
ben carried past his destination and
started a fight with the car crew.
Officer Rogers was summbned and ar.
rested tho disturber, who, upon being
fined, appealed the case to tha district
court, . .-
eneral Miles Tells ,
of Awful Sufferirig;
WASHINGTON, Sept 18.-A an Indl
rect appeal for funds for- the relief pf
tho suffering thousands In Bulgaria, tho
Red Cross today mado publlo a letter It
had received from Lieutenant General
Nelson A. Miles, in which the retired
army officer tSortrays in graphic language
the horrors), that hav attended th war
In th' Balkans.
Starvation. Inadequate hospital servtc
and absence of medical stores are among.
the calamities the Bulgarian people are
Iri one field General Miles-declared ho
saw 4,090 .winded men lying, without
shelter from the sun or rain.
"NO more urgent caus was ever -pre
sented than tho present," says General
Miles," and no more urgent appeal was
ever mad to the generous human spirit
of America than the one now mad to
send aid to the Red Cross at Washing
ton, to be forwarded to her majesty, th
qutitn of Bulgaria, who I at th head otj
the Red Cross of that country.
General .Mile .recommended that a part
of the funds, poselhjy one,-fourth. be sent
10 uie-jntw vrows vi oervio.- mougn I near
suffering weref not so great and .their
means of relief mora ample.
HYSLOP TELLS OF TORNADO
(Continued from Pago One.)
500 Pairs Women's Kid Gloves
Made to Sell at $1.50 and even ?op,$2Pr.
"Thin is Bpccfal Feature of Unmroal Importance.
A NEW YORK JOBBERS' SURPLUS STOCK
Leather Shopping Bags, Worth 2 to 3-50, at
All These Bargains in New Stylos, Shapes and Colors,
New Lots Shown for tho First Time g tm
Women's Fancy Silk Boot Hosiery, Jj(J
Worth up to 65c a pair Special at & pair . ts
HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR HARD COAL!
It certainly will pay you to burn the very best, the very hardest hard coaL
Ib there really; a "best" in hard coal'? TBLEKE IS.
How can you be sure to get the "best?7'. BY ORDERING CERTIFIED'
HARD GOAL, THE KIND HANDLED BY SUNDERLAND BROTHERS.
Why is this? BECAUSE THE SUNDERLANDS HANDLE ONLY DOUBLE -j
INSPECTED COAL. The first inspection is before shipment and the sec- I
l . ; i r Tl i. -jc . 4-T. ...1 Anrt 4Wtn ofn1r '!
oaa ib upou iirnviu w uinuuu xx au,tiaiwiwiy mo. w guco
otherwise NOT. . " v
In this way every Sunderland patron, is absolutely protected in the matter
of coal quality and that's the same as money savd.
Will you order now while our summer prices apply They will be higher.later.
ENTIRE SRI FLOOR .
Stilt link IMg.
17 Hi mi Minty
GUNDERLANn1 fill Big Yeil-o
Hr Sim 111131 Ysir m0 VVi
' Proud Teams
Highest Quality 'Makes 1
'At this date It l not possible to give
a completa report of the relief fund as
money Is still coming In."
All district superintendents gave their
reports this morning:.
To Close Monday.
Bishop Bristol said that ho would close
th conference on Monday night. To do
.this there must b several extra sessions.
Th cabinet, Including tha bishop and bu-
.perintendents Is holding long sessions. It
is midnight every njkht before they ad
SUPPA WAS MARRIED TO
WOMAN BEFORE ARREST
Thomas' Suppa, who Is charged by fed
eral officers with bringing Julia Fa&ella
from Chicago to t Omaha for Immoral
purposes on a complaint made by tho
girl, was married to Mrs. Fenella on
August U, several days before his af
Th woman accused Buppa of keeping
her Imprisoned In her room, but W. 8.
MoEachron of the office of the clerk of
the county court identified her today as
Julia Dispense, who herself secured &
license to wed Suppa. They were mar
ried at the court house by K. II. cross
man, justice' bf the peace.
It Is said that the woman was married
in Chicago" to a "man whose name la
Fenella, and that. her maiden name was
Dlspcnsa, Buppa, who accompanied her
to county court, speaks but little Eng
lish. He-is 2! years old, while she is 19,
INDIAN WILL SIGN
ALL CURRENCY BILLS
WASHittTON; Bept li-Gabe E.
Parker, a Choctaw Irjdlan of Academy,
Okl., the first man. of Ms race to be
register of the, treasury, was. sworn Into
office today. His .signature wilt appear
on all currency and' he declared he re
garded his appointment as a signal rec
ognition of the redmen.
THIEF LEAVES OLD SUIT
FOR A BRAND NEW ONE
An accomodating tWf visited William
Talntsr in hU rooms at th ttrexel hotel
Wednesday night AUer taking a brand
pew suit of clothes, he left his old one
with th victim. When Painter awokn
this morning he discovered th change
and notified th police, In th trousers
pocket of th old suit was a key ring
bearing th inscription. William Knight
Key to tha tflluaUP'-He AdvsrUsIns. '
Miss Helen Carlson and .James A, Jen
sen were married py RcvJ Charles W.
8avldn at. his residence Wednesday eve
ning at e: o'clock. They were accom
panied by the bride's brother, A. A. Carl
son, ana a. w. -Vodlcka.
lira Drusllla English and Wllllsm H.
Stephens were married by Rev. Charles
iv. o&viace weanesaay evening at 8
o'ciock at tits ir!moro- avenue.
Ipwa SfTa ftotc-a..
IDA GROVE-County Auditor Rfchard
Varner has received notlc from Seer,
tary A. Jl. Davison of the state erecu-
ui. wuoni i ma ciirci mat iaa county
must levy the special tax for statecapr.
to extension as provided by th last leg,
Ulaturc. Davison,tpoints out that the
decUion vt Judge Hunter applies only to
Van Uuren county, where th ault wis
brought agalhst county officials.
IDA GRQVEWhUe Thelma Carlson of
M'n "o very row in a ncscilal titrr.
V. . . - . L . . . "
pneumonia her mother died
from a itroks of apoplexy
The ideal beverage for the liome at4
dinner, supper or iri -the evening. Sharpens
the ; appetite t- mak time pass pleasantly.
Tell, your dealer. to send up a case today. V
W. C. HEYDEH. VUr.
CAM. FsStTH. DUtoT
718 STlJMh St"t, 0jlH. HA.
Johii Gund Brewing Co.
L Croote, Witcontln
NOMINATIONS OF FOLK - '
AND ROGERS SENT IN
WASHINGTON, Sept 18,-PresIdent
Wilson today made these nominations:
Joseph W. Folk. Missouri, solllctor for
the Department of State.
Henry Wade Rogers. Connecticut.
United States circuit Judge in the Second
Clay Allen, United States attorney .for
Western district of Washington.
James T. Callahan. 'Enid, Okl., register
of the land office at Woodward: Okl.
Storm Lake 31 an Seriously Hurt.
STORM IAK"EV7a., 8e'pt 18.-8peVlal.y
James Bratll, living nine miles north pf
this city, lies at the iwlnt of death at
his home as th result of an automobile
accident on. Monday. Mr. fand Mrs.
Brazil and their ttyo children wer driv
ing neat- their home, when Mr, Brazil In
eomo rganrler lost control of the car and
the machine tipped, turning . o.ver twice.
Mr. Brazil felt no evil effects for several
hours afterwards and haa been uncon
scious for forty-olght hours. The other
members of the family' escaped with
mfnor Injuries. .
, : .A Fierce 'AttBcU'
of malaria'; liver- deratfgement and Kid
ney troublo is easily -cured by 'Electric
Bitters, the guaranteed remedy, 60 cfs.
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