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TUB OMAHA SUNDAY -It HE: OCTOUKU 8, 1914.
GERMAN VICTORIES' EFFECT
Cablet and Sight Draft on London
MORE DEALINGS EI LLBES NOW
9taaraatloa la Kqnlatnrat Markets
Coincided with Dispatches Tell
ing ef Lwnt rrlee for
F1T Iroa Year.
NEW TORK. Oct. 16. Despite th mort
favorable aspects presented bv th demo
rratio monetary situation foreign es
chanira continue to worK against this
country. Cables and sljjht drafts on Lon
don today rose to . and 48. re
spectively, those figures representing the
highest quotations of the month. Vari
ous explanation were advanced, one be
ln the continued victories of the Ger
As a matter of fact, today's Inquiry for
exchange was again largely due to the
urgent necessity of mwtlnf maturing
three-month loans contracted In london
by local Interests within a fortnight of
the outbreak of the war and for which
foreign tender show Uttla inclination to
grant renewals. There la alo reason to
believe that a formidable short interest
in exchange has existed since the early
part of the month.
Today's business Included more deal
ings in lire, representing exchange on
Home. Prospects of another favorable
bunk statement, with the cash gain estl
tnsted at $9,000,000 to 112.000.000, and the
likelihood of another reduction of the ex
isting deficit contributed to greater ease
In rates for time and call loans, but
quotations were unchanged. A few re
newels of thirty-day loan were made at
8s par rent and call money waa more
Dealings In listed stocks, wherein the
stock exchange, allow no price condi
tions, were smaller, but In the unofficial
rrarket some of theno same securities
were offered at further declines from
July 80 figures. The new city notes were
fairly active at prices slightly below their
Ktagnatlon in the equipment market
coincided with dispatches from iron cen
ters, which reported the lowest prices for
pig iron In years and Included reports
of continued curtailment at some of the
largest plants In the Pittsburgh district
Weekly bank clearings made an indif
ferent exhibit, this center again showing
the largest contraction.
Preliminary figures of the country'
foreign trade for September disclose large
declines in imports and exports, the latter
item decreasing ty more man v.wv.w.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
J0IITS BURGESS-NASH FORCES AS
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MIS8 MARTHA R. EM10.
Mis Martha R. Emir of Council Bluff
ha Joined the RuYgese-Naah company
and beginning Wednesday will . teacn
china painting on the fourth floor.. Miss
Emlg is very competent in her line, hav
ing studied in Chicago under Trot. Von
Beltlar for some time and then opening a
studio for herself In Omaha, giving that
up to take charge of the decorating; de
partment of the Omaha Crockery com
pany. Miss Emlg ha been very success
ful in her every undertaking and has
won many first prises on her china.
water color and oil paintings, all of which
will be on display on the fourth floor.
University of Omaha
Shows a Big Gain
I'ata recently gathered by mcm'Trs of
the I'ntverelty of Omaha faculty show
that It Is the fastest growing university
Plx year atto the Vnlvemlty of
Omaha HHed with an enrollment of
twentr-! atudeni. In the following
year, ISIO, the attendance increnscd to
sixty-two. At the present tlms the at
tendance, counting the law department,
ha reached iW. An Increase of ro ve
than per cent was shown In thl sea
son's registration, the school making the
Inrgrst proportionate gain since It
WILL OF GEORGt P LAM BECK
M.DR, which, with the farms, are de-. hn been prepared and or-i to by
elarcd to comprise their share of tti
IS FILED FOR PROBATE i estate. The residue, said o amount to rt
Pee Want Ads Are the llest Pusinee
Instead of leaving nia'iy acre of
ahniMe farm Intnl. tf be divided ninotu:
hi belie nfler his death, the Into Uenrse
I lambeck, who na a retired furmer of
Mlllnril, gave a fine rpnuter section farm
to iaeh of Ms four son several year
befote hi death. The f.n t I rot Ited in
riambeik wl;l. Juki filed for prolate. I
lie provides legacies ot $0 carh for the
considerable sum, I bequeathed to ti:
I married du'iithtrr. who previously had
teeelvrd nothing from the fatner. i
COMPLAINT OF MURDER
IS FILED AGAINST WOMAN
A complaint charging Mrs. Knuna
llli ken with murder in the first degree
t'minty Attorney Manner. Mrs. Hleken
I now held under guard at the Presby
terian hospital Mr the killing of Bruno
Hansen several weeks ago The prose
cutor has agreed to release her under
,"i,o! bond, and arrangements are now
bring niaile to furnish ball In that sum,
so she may soon b at liberty until her
Pee Want Ads Are th Best Business
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Tom Quinlan Honor
Guest at Banquet
Given by Associates
'A fclAPr.lOTH PURCHASE OF SEVERAL LARGE STOCKS OF HOnEFURFJISHIF,SGS
AT UNUSUAL PRICE CONCESSIONS ENABLES US TO OFFER YOU SOME WONDERFULLY RARE BARGAIN VALUES IN g
FINE FURNITURE, RUGS, STOVES, CARPETS, ETC., AT THE LOWEST RETAIL PRICE3 OMAHA HAS EVER SEEN.
The so Sale Stocks large as they are will not last lonjr. There
fore we earnestly urge you to come early and make your selections.
You will find the prices lower than any you have ever heard of be
fore considering the high quality of the merchandise offered.
SPECIAL EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT TERMS
Our onnrmonsp rnritil and buvini? nowcr have made this tre
mendous purchase possible. "NVe place the result at your disposal
and we ask you to call and prove it to yourself that we can save
vou considerable money on anything you need.
EXTENDED ON PURCHASES IF DESIRED.
at for W. O. Crosby tot Coroner.
Lighting Fixtures, Burgrss-Oranden Co.
ruellty Storage and Tan Co. Sour.
Bar Koot Frlat It Now Deacon Press.
Dworak accountant and auditor. D. 740S.
ot for Thoma W. Blaekburm for
Beautiful All Modern Some Tor Sal
on the eay payment Plan. BanKer
Realty Investment Co. Phono Doug. 1928.
"Today' Complete Movie Program"
ctaaalfied section tooay, and appear In
The Be EXCLUSIVELY, rind out what
the rarloua moving picture theater offer
Chambers' Dnucing- Aoadomj Tht
homo of modern and classic dances, in
structor of teachers wno are successful
both In Omaha and other cities. Tele
phone Doug. 1871. School to depend upon
Boos Bobber Vailed On hundred
and fifty people at Twenty-fifth an 4
Clark street apprehended a negro roost
robber who wa found with four straagled
hen in a gunny ack. The cltisens had
pursued the colored man everal block
before tbey finally caught him.
Burflara leak Two Saul Burglar
mad two good hauls Friday night in
th north part of th city. Th home
of Bam jhardingholm. 81S North Twenty
seventh avenue wa robbed of clothing,
money and Jewelry,, and J. Margolin, 1618
Burt atreet, waa also victimised In a Sim
liar way for about 60 worth of property.
Ooe to Bar Bale of Cotton A. L.
Gladwin, assistant ticket agent of the
Rock Island, will leave Sunday evening
for New Orleans to spend a two week'
vacation. It la hi Intention to buy a
bale of cotton while in New Orlean and
end it to Omaha, where it will be dis
played in the company' city ticket office.
Join Commercial Club George 8.
fnell, C. L. Bowling, F. M. Zorbaugh,
and J. R. Rice were elected to member
ship In th Commercial club during the
week. Rev. r. D, Tyner wa elected to
Timothy Collin Will riled The will
of the late Timothy Collins ot Omaha,
Jut filed for probat. provide that his
children (hall share equally In the estate,
which ia estimated to be worth 24,0OO.
Fnra Food Company Incorporate
The Low Pure Food company has filed
It articles of lncorpratlon with - the
county clerk. A capital stock of $2R,0uO
is authorised. Harry W. Lowe, Matthew
J. Greevy and Franklin A. Shotwell are
named as Incorporators.
SlToro y Befanlt Mr. Tillle
Futoranbky has bean granted a decree
of divorce in district court, with restora
tion of her maiden name of Stletlcr. Tho
husband, Barney Futoransky, failed to
appear nd defend the action, which
went by default.
To Be Paid Twloe a Month Naval of
ficial will now be able to eat with more
regularity by reason of the new dis
pensation of alary, which go into ef
fect thl month. Pay will now b dis
tributed semi-monthly on the 1st and
15th of each month. Heretofore the men
have been paid every thirty day.
gpauldl&g Man Enlists Arthur Em
mett Burchlll of Spauldlng. Neb., en
listed at the naval recruiting station as
apprentice seaman Saturday morning.
Ha will be sent at once to Great Lake,
111., to entr th service
Babbl Wto Cannot Cum Rabbi
Stephen Wise of th Free synagogue of
New Tork City, who cam to Omaha to
address th Palimpsest club last spring,
ha wired suffrage headquarter that he
would be unable to come to Nebraska to
help In the campaign because of th pres
sure of other engagement.
Morretr to Talk on War Attorney H.
W. Morrow will speak before the Omaha
Philosophical society this afternoon at t
o'clock in the society hall. Nineteenth
and Famam streets, his subject being
"The Whys and Wherefore of the Pres
ent European War." After the principal
address a general discussion will be had.
Ml Solomon Improve Ml Hazel
Bolomon is gradually improving from the
lniurv which she received while on a
concert tour in Texas. She fell from an
upper berth of a sleeping can
Thomas F. Quinlan, general manager
of Hayden Bros.' stores, who has re
signed to go with th Brandels stores and
other Brandels Interests November 1, was
given a hearty send-off and farewell din
ner last night at the Honahaw hotel by
the heads of department at Hayden
Hros. While they regretted seeing htm
leave the'organlaetlon In which they bad
been together so long, they assured him
In their well-wishes last evening that they
were for him, and congratulated him
upon having larger opportunities opened
A handsome diamond-studded watch
fob wa presented to Mr. Quinlan by the
department managers after the dinner.
C. L. Vance, advertising manager for the
Hayden store, made the presentation
speech. Ed Malone, office manager, was
toastmaater, and Tom Crawford, man
ager of Hayden Bros.' furniture depart
ment and for over twenty years with the
tore, was chairman ot th committee
in charge of the affair.
All of the managers made brief talks
appropriate to th situation and expres
sive of the high regard in which they
hold Mr. Quinlan. In addition to the
honor guest and Messrs. Vance, Malone
and Crawford, the following department
head wer present:
James K. Moor
A. t.. Warner
W. J. Eden
8 R. Bandberg -Clay
W. A. Yechant
A beautiful gold watch has been pre
sented to Mr. Quintan by James Hayden.
The young women of the ulano depart
ment presented Mr. Quinlan with a pair
of diamond cuff buttons and one of the
other department gave him a diamond
Merriam Sends His
Letter of Protest to
An open letter has been addressed by
Nathan Merriam to President Yost of the
Omaha Commercial club protesting vig
orously agalnut the action of the public
affairs committee refusing a hearing to
the legislative nominee on th progres
sive ticket, the same as the nominees on
other party ticket. Tho gist of the com
plaint I In thl paragraph:
"Such a high-handed, biased and Ill
advised action on the part of the Com
mercial club of Omaha ea this refusal to
give a hearing to the progressive party
legislative candidate lend color and
support to the widespread suspicion that
the Commercial club Is controlled by an
inner coterie of llk-stocklngd gentry,
who are contemptuous of the need and
idea of th ordinary cltiien."
Central Labor Union
Does Not Endorse
Member of the Central Labor unioa
last night were urged by W. F. Baxter
ot the citizens' committee to support that
organisation's candidates for the Board
of Education, lie made an extendej talk
and closed by answering questions. No
action waa taken toward endorsement of
th ticket or any ot the school board
' candidate by the union.
John Larson, member of the South
Omaha Carpenters' union and republican
candidate for state representative, was
endorsed for that office.
Also Had Itching Burning Scalp,
Hair Thin, Dry and Lifeless. Could
NotSIeeponXccountof Itching. Cu
ticura Soap and Ointment Healed.
Kalkaska, Mich. "My hatr began
tailing out about Ave year ago and I
Itching d burning of th
aralp. My hair fell out by
handful and It was thin, dry
and lifeless. I could not
sleep well on account of th
Itching- My hair became so
thin I commenced using
'rate and switches until I
' had lost so much hair there
I wa not enough remaining
to cover the 'rats.'
"1 used . also quantities of
and i which did not relieve the torture
which at times was almost unbearabi.
specially at night. I wa obliged to bath
my head In seda water In order to get any
rest. I then tried Cutlcura Soap and Oint
ment, rubbing the Cutlcura Ointment lute
the scalp at night and washing it out In the
morning with Cutlcura Soap. It was about
tour weeks when I wa entirely eared."
(Signed) Ms. Henry Frisk. Msrcbtl, 1014.
Samples Free by Moll
The Hching, burning, suffering and los
f sleep of eczemas, rashes, and krhettoa
af the skin and scalp are at once relieved
and permanent skin health restored la asost
turn by warm baths with CuUeura Soap
followed by gentle application of CuUcure
Oiutaaent when all else fall. Culleur Soap
(2 sc.) aad Cutlcura Ointment (60c.) ere
old everywhere. A single set I often
umcieQt. Liberal sample at each mailed
ft-, with U-p. Skin Book. Address posV
erd "Cutksura, -Dept. T, Hostess,"
MASSIVE MISSION ROCKER. BAR
GAIN Made entirely of eolld oak, fin
ished In fumed. 8plendidly uphol
stered seat in Imperial Spanish
leather over full steel construction.
Extra roomy and ex
Very special. .
TBe Cask, TSe a Meath,
SPLENDID VALUES IN GENUINE CO
LONIAL FURNITURE Set constructed of
selected Imitation Royal Circassian walnut
Special care has hrson tfven to the cabinet
work, construction and finish. Equal to
merchandise usually at twice this price.
CHIFFONIER TO MATCH
DH ESKIMO TABLE Mud
of selected Imitation Cir
cassian Walnut, 318.1nch
too. 13xl0-lnch F r n c h
beveled plate mirror. Has
1.50 Cash, $1.00 a MoBth.
1111 I Ug J
nnrcssiNcr tablk mit
Inches. Matches chiffonier
and . dresser. Very strongly
Constructed and wonderfully
grained. French beveled plate
m I r ror zzsau
Inches. On sale
this week at
UMt Cash, fl.00 a Month.
ROTAli CIRCASSIAN WALNUT
PHEH8BR Has 41-lnoh base, I4H
French beveled plate mirror. Hie.
rcantly grained and DeaunruilT lin
nhnd. Iull swnlled front, heavy
Plank top. Wonder
fully made. October
91M Dash, 91.50 Mewth.
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LUXURIOUSLY UPHOLSTERED TURKISH
ROCKER Covered la Imperial leather oyer
steel spring construction. Haa broad plat
form but, handsomely tufted, f
Sold elsewhere at twice our
special sale pric ,
flM Cash, !.
SOLID OAK 48x28 IN. TOP
A GENUINE SOLID OAK LIBRARY TABLE Table top Is
unusually large, measuring 28x48 inches, fitted with heary
post legs and neat panel. Has roomy ' Q FJfT
stationery drawer, large book shelf. Of- 2)Oe 3
fered in fumed finish only during this sale.,. .
SI. 00 Cash, SLO a Month.
AND YOU'LL SAVE
25 TO 60 PEE CENT
We are offering; thl week the famous Kroehler Unlfold Dnvenportj It
answers the purpose of two essential pieces a settee' by day and
roomy comionaoie uea at 111 Km. ina paurrn musireiea
Is American quarter-sawed imitation ouk. Upholstered In
guaranteed Imperial leather over full set of steel spring.
A wonderful apodal at
S2.06 Cash, 93.00 a Month.
MASSIVE TWO-INCH POUT MKTAL BED
Made of Tubular tsteet, five heavy filler; not
th email low bed a usually shown, but a full
height bed, measuring 61 Inches high. Enameled in
fuaranteed Vernls Martin, which isia m gf
ar auperler to many brass, bed pf-4fcl
fered. An unususl value at thlsnSSijP
low price ,ww
TS r-ah, 73 a Month.
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am J 1 ,'ti
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2x64 AXMINSTER fi(k
RUO. At oDly v 1 U J
x9-FT. BRUSSELS P Or
RUO. Special at UsOJ
xl2-FT. BRUSSELS RUO.
9x11 FT. VELVET ff-j A!?
RUQ. Special at..vll.i
9X12-FT. VELVET tit
RUO. rrlced at. . . w A ''
1 h 'i'yTr
j a r- h'oom Qnttit
'.. A' ta All
All UIII W
DOES YOUE MONEY GO UP IN SMOKE?
You can gat mora heat with less ex
pense If you will buy one of our Gar
land Store or Heaters. Bold under a
positive guarantee. Buy a good tove
while you're at It. It cot no mor at
COL ES CELEBRATED
HOT BLAST HEATER 13
STOVE Perfect air tight
gas and smoke consumers;
will hold fire 36 hours with
out attention. A marvel and
a wonder; no other heater
in its class. A guaranteed
fuel saver in every respect
91.00 Cash, 91.00 a Month.
Trriii'r";rn " "fir-
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wli:!f15gW .11, llli. If !.!,. .. L'.ll
a fin.KNnm VAirR in an kxtkkmri.y manhivk hioh ghade
HOLIIt OAlv KXVLflSIoN TAB1.J lias extra roomy top, measures forty
rive incurs, i n c.nt-r column in tuHSHive, riintc on a
broad platform haie. supiiortrd l y four neuvy carvd
claw fi-et. 1'oslMvely the biggest, best finished table
evur offered at this price
Auto-' ' . 1 Tj '
Drop i-ihT ." " IE
10-Year fclyllHl H-OO
Guaranty tjttSr !AA Oa&h,
BEWINO MACHINE BAROAIN Exactly Ilk illus.
trstlon. We are not allowed to aell It nndr it
real nam, but It 1 a celebrated make. Selling;
In other store at almost aonoie our
sal pries. Cabinet mad of choice
selected quartered oak. with six
drawers. Vary special at........
Exclusive, Omaha Agents for Oole Hot
Blast Heaters and Ranges.
We earrr a complete line ol
the famous Cole's Hot Blast
Heaters, auaranteed to save one-
third of your fuel bill. Holds
fir 16 hours. Daat fall
a i is
EXTRA LARGE SIZE
BURNER A clf-refld-lng
hard coal stove
built on the most
economical and scien
tific principle. A guar
anteed fuel economizer.
triuinird with extra
size lo-lnch firepot,
equipped with ring
grate, and double fluo
syatem of beating. Tbe
most up-to-date fuol-
sarlDg heater ever of
9S rash. Meath,
as ivi vt ci ll"
t ift fSi ew
CiAtfU Tear 44
HIGH GRADE LIN
COLN STEEL RANGE
trimmed. Large ale 18-
rv 'iilnch oven, alx full alxe
(-Inch hole, nickel
towel rod, and all tbe
new 1915 Improve
ment. Fully guaran
teed In every respect.
A wonderful range val
ue at tula low price
9SJM Caah, 93 a Heath.
COMPLETE 8ET OF SIX COLONIAL DINING ROOM CnAIRa-Built
throughout of well seasoned wood, Ameaan quartered Imitation oak
finish. Have large panel barks, comfortable saddle scat and colonial
scroll front posts. Ueauitfully flnishedln gnldun. You will never
rejrret buying these chairs for they are the besti
for the money the market affords. Entire set of six
for this week at. only
V V IIVIVI
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Anerlca'i Greatost Uoate farnlshers.
OUR 1914 MODEL GEM
lr - oat Iron In ulaln
VWIUIIIK, U V V p ,1 .
1 1 us alx k-inch bole top,
duties grate, tare
oven and accurate
thermometer set In the
ovea door. Mounted on
a high sanitary base.
A guaranteed and
economical stove. Spe
9X Cash. 99 Meath.
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