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TIIF, BEE: OMAIIA, THURSDAY, JUXE 1. 1011.
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adjusts itself. - Conforms to the figure even while you exercise. Tou
can play golf, tennis; Indulge In any vigorous outdoor sport, canoeing,
boating, also for house wear; etc., and still retain your fresh, dainty
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- Made la Pure Irish Linen, Including black patent leather
' " ' belt with gold plated buckle and black silk tie. In all '
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1518-1520 FAKNAM STREET
CORPORATIONS ARE IN DANGER
Many Seek to Evade Tax' Levied by
State of Nebraska.
NO WHOLESALE PROSECUTIONS
Defsaet Csneeras II4 t
. LUt, bat Ltva Oaea Will Hit
to rac Mart la
tlon was made because .. tha corporation
feared penalties would bo Imposed. .
'"Then It wai your Judgment," sug
gested Mr. EeaU, . "Unit notwithstanding
the fact . that tha government had access
to a memOrtndum book ahowlng tha real
weight of sugar Imported and ' to booka
showing fraudulent "weight. If tha govern
ment Itad attempted to collect tha penalties
there waa strong probability of failure?"
'qfca; Mr. .Ayidterahatn answered. "It
Vas sufficiently., dubious to make It Inex
pedient to go on. I Ihink the 13.000.000
settlement Was tha best possible arrange,
ment." . ' '-f ' .
Tha attorney general denied that there
' waa any agreement preventing criminal
prosecuting .:-. . , - - '
"That right' ha said, "was specifically
reserved to tha government."
IOWA DEMOS GOING NORTH
Hundred from Hawkeye State Will
- Visit St. Paul.
FIGHT OVER DIAMOND
, v MAY END IN MURDER
Negro la Held tor' Assa.lt with Ia
tcat to Kill -HI Victim
, A charge-of ' assault with intent to kill
has - been filed against W. B. Dobbin,
negro,' S537 ' Patrick ' avenue, as tha result
of a quarrel with Pearl Thompson, negro,
2S16 Patrick avenue..,? . '. .
Thompson la aaid 'to be dying from a
blow on tbs head Inflicted with a revolver
by DobblnsT, iV-..?. . " .
. The quarrel started over tha ownership
it a diamond.
.DEATH RECORD V- -
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W(IUV V SlMehell. " '
t BRADSHAW,' Neb.t MSy Sl.-Spfecial.J-i-
The funeral o Wlljlam P. Mitchell, Vhioh
took, plaoq at the farm borne of bis brother,
Charles, this' afternoon, was one of th
f largest ever held In this vicinity, tha de
? teased having" ' beeft, t6rn and brought up
j ' to
V' ' Mrs
. In this county and was M years old when
I .'lie came to hla death by an accident' in a
4 'stamp mill last Wednesday at Tellurlde,
, :tColo., where he waa foreman. Tha deceased
; leave a wife of a little over a month's
I marriage a father -and three brothers.
Mrs. D. In ParUkarat
re. D. L. Park hurst. 87 yeara old, wife
commission dealer of prominence In
ouuii) miliaria, oieu at nfr num., m orto
1 Twenty-first street, South Omaha, Wednee-
1 day morning. She la survived by her hus-
band, Dt Li Parkhumt. senior member of
i the firm, of Parkhurst Ihnen, and two
'". daughters, Mrs. . Gertrude Pollard and lira
V ISffio Lake. '.. '' ' '
I . Mrs. UsHks Us Collett.
; FAIRPIELD. Neb., May SI. (Special.)
j . Mrs. Martha Jane Collett of Hastings,
. formerly of Fairfield, died on Saturday,
X Hay tl, aged, 67 yeara -Tha body was In
terred in tha Fairfield cemetery.
John Vaaaaaa Clark.
CHICAGO, May Jl.-John Vaughan
1 Clark, president f the Hibernian Banking
I association, died here today from pneu
i. monla, aged 4& .rears. . -
W. L. EATON IS CBITICA1LY ILL
Former Railroad Commlsaioaer aad
Speaker llriekes wltk Heart
blaease Fremont Coaple
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
' DE3 MOINES, May, JO. (Special Tele
gram.) A large delegation ' of democrats
from all parta of Iowa left this evening
for St. Paul to attend a conference of the
democrats 'of tha northwestern states to
be held there to decide on plans for the
campaign of 1911 Chairman Reed of the
state committee, ' Judge Wade, member of
the national committee, and many party
leader, will be of tha party. They insist
that theVs will be at least a hundred Iowa
democrats at tha conference. They are not
agreed upon any plan of action " or in
support of any candidate or policy.
W. L. Baton Stricken.
Dr. Priestley retumad today from Osage,
where he was called to attend tha bedside
of V.L. Baton, fofmer railroad commis
sioner and former speaker of tha Iowa
house, who' last week was stricken with
heart trouble.. H had Just returned from
California. It Is regarded doubtful if . he
can live.; '''.'" ' , , ;.s'-- . ,
, 81eter Only nrne.,.
Mies Jennie Johnson "of BioomfleioT, Neb.',
was the sole mourner at the funeral of Ttx
sister here today. She arrived last night
and saw that a proper funeral waa given.
She declared also that she knows that sn
Omaha man Ib responsible for tha death
of the woman and he will bo prosecuted.
Nebraska Veterans 111.
An aged : veteran, Thomas Welch, of
Fremont, . Neb., and hla wife were dia
cOvered by charity workers In a covered
wagon, both seriously 1U. Th local Grand
Army of the Republic was notified and
Welch and hla Wife were given immediate
oar. Although too 111 to explain. It la
believed that th aged couple undertook
the long Journey overland for tha benefit'
of their health and that the sudden changes
of weather, superinduced by the physical
debility dus from old age have caused each
to become 111 from the effects of pneu
monia. Freight Rata Complaint.
Interstate Commerce commission ex
aminers will be hers on Friday of this
week to hear four complaints on freight
rates Instituted by E. G. Wylie, rats com
missioner for the greater Pes Moines committee.
Schedules which are under firs ar those
on pepper from New York, broom corn
from Texas and Oklahoma, buggies from
eastern dtles and print paper from Green
Bay, Wis., and Chicago. . ,
Tha Key to tha Situation Be Want Ada.
LINCOLN, Neb., May . (Special.) Tha
list of Nebraska corporations delinquent
for not paying their corporation taxea,
which haa been certified by the secretary
of state to th attorney general's offloe
for prosecution, will probably start some
thing, but hardly the wholesale criminal
prosecutions Indicated on the face of the
returns. Under the law tha charters of
corporations that do not pay up become
self -forfeited, and those who continue to
do business unlawfully under a corporate
name are subject, on conviction, to fine
- An Omaha man who was sxamlnlng the
list of delinquents for Omaha declares that
room will be found for but few criminal
prosecutions. There may be some, be
says, like the Hartman Furniture sompany;
the Hynes' Grain company, ths Monarch
Acetylene company and a few automobile
companies thst have been trying to get
away from paying their taxes, but most
of ths others ax defunct, as well as de
linquent. Ths Rome Miller corporations,
which lnolude tha Millard Hotel company,
h.ve been legally dissolved, aad the
Omaha Horse Railway company belongs
to the antiquarians, while still others like
the Cook Shoe company and the Balduf f
Pur Candy company have been wiped out
by creditors. By checking the list lip care
fully ths attorney general's task Will bs
simplified, and perhaps resolved into mak
ing a few test cases. -
Ths delinquent corporations in Omaha as
certified by ths secretary of state la as
Abbott Realty company. t
American investors' corporation.
American Trade Printing company.
Aero Club of America. '
Barton Printing company.
Bakaska Construction company.
Balduff Pure Candy company.
Hergera' Autnmoblle company.
The Barker company. ,
Co-Operatlve Lyceum bureau.
Cook Shoe company.
Crlohton Publishing company.
Charles F. Shaw company. a ...
Chabot Shoe company.
Consumers' Ice and Coal company.
Farm Magasine Publishing company.
W. C. Fleury company.
General Construction company.
Greater Omaha Athletto club. -Hynes'
. Hartman Furniture and Carpet company.
C. B. Havens & Co. . .
J. A. Hutton & Co.
Hayes' Electric Manufacturing company.
Hong Kong Tea company.
Interstate Brewing company.
Independent Auto Repair company.
Kerr Abstract company.
Katx-Cralg Contracting company..
Henry Lehman & Sons.
Millard Hotel company. : X..
Miller Hotel company.
Mills' Real Estate company. .
. Mercantile Incorporating company. ' ,.
Monarch Acetylene company.
Merrtam & Holmqutst.
Midland ' Investment company,
Martin A Martin.
Midwest Specialty company.
Miller Med IcaJ company.
Monroe-Lilly Engine company.
National Refining company.
Kebraxka Milk Pasteorlser company.
New Snow-Church company, i
National Brokerage company. -
National KKg Sterilising company.
Nebraska Coal and Lime company.
Omaha lighting Fixture company. .V
Omaha Ga Kngine company. . , .
Omaha Mercantile company. .V
Omaha Mitten Manufacturing company.
OrntUia Horse Railway company .,
.. Oraalia Ink company. ' ,
Omaha Automobile company.
Peters-Edholm Supply bompany. v
Pollard-Campbell Dredging company.
Prexs and College League of America.
J. H. Roberta, Roberta Grain company.
Rollers company. ,
F. T. Roberts & Co.
.' Red Men Building association.
Sttvenson Roofing company. . . ,
Sharp Automatic Tool company.
Sweet-Edwarda Automobile company.
Standard Automobile company.
Swan Land company.
. Southern Coal and Supply company.
Standard Produce company.
Vnlted States Live Stock company.
Western Chemical Reduction company. .
Western Cigar factory.
West Shore Electt lo Railway company.
- Wurn Optical company.
. Western Tinware . Manufacturing com
pany. Tbs Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
Scholarship for Sloaz City Student.
IOWA CITY, . Is., . May 81. (Special.)
Victor J. Hays of Bloux City, has been
awarded s, scholarship la animal biology
at the University of lows. A stipend of
Inanrsrent Fnnds Mlaslmar.
BAN PI EGO, May tl. The aum of 8,000
is reported to nave disappeared rrom tna
rebel treaaury at Tijuana, lower California.
"General" C. Rhya Pryce. commander of
me rorce wnirn captured the town, and
Adjutant Hopklna could not be found in
Tijuana today and no one there could say
where they were.
Garry Herrmann Here;
Elks" Show Him Town
and Enjoys Banquet
Grand Etalted Ruler in Omaha Last
Evening; and Elki Show Him
Garry Herrmann, grand exalted ruler of
tha Elks, the high court of appeals In the
National base bait league, and former
prealdent of the National Bowling associa
tion. Is In' Omaha. H arrived last night
and will remain until t o'clock this after
noon when he wilt go to Council Bluffs.
Mr. Herrmann was met at the station
at 4:45 o'clock last night by a large dele
gation of th Omaha lodge, B. P. O. E.,
and several exalted rulers from over th
state. He was quickly rushed to an auto
mobile and conveyed to tha Paxton hotel
where a reception waa given for him by
the Omaha' Elka. Thoae who met Mr.
Herrmann, at the train were: Harry C.
Moss, exalted ruler, and district deputy
from Hastings; C. C. Spangler, exalted
ruler of the Lincoln lodge; E. R. Rains,
exalted ruler of Fairbury lodge; Dan But
ler, Robert Patrick, R. W. Miner, R. O.
Mossmer, J. X. Kaajar, L. B. Van Camp,
C, A. Lewis and C. F. Coad of Omaha.
At S:!W last night a banquet was given
in honor' of the visiting Elk and a short
talk was made by him, congratulating
Omaha on ths growth of ths city sines his
last visit hers several years ago. At 1:30
a special sesalon of tha Elka waa held at
which several hundred Elka were In at
tendance. Visiting Elks from ail over the
stats were In attendance at ths fneet
Ing. Following ths meeting a social session
wss held which lasted Into th wee stna'
hours of the morning and It waa ail Garry,
at ths session. He made a long talk to
ths members present at tha meeting which
waa responded to by membera of the
Omaha lodge and exalted rulera from
lodgea over ths state.
x at Interior Ports
Eeceipti at Omaha in April Nearly
Three Times as Great as Same t - '
Month Last Year.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May tWSpcial.)
r-The monthly summary of Imports for
April and ten months ending with April,
lust Tiued by ths government bureau of
statistics, contains ths following figures:
No. and So. Dakota....
Council Bluffs, la......
Pes Moines, Ie. ..-....
Dubuque, la...... .......
Grand Rapids, MJch....
Lincoln, Neb ....
St. Joseph. Mo
Sioux City, - la ,v.-.
Ten Months- tending April.
.; ' . ; . i Importe.
' . 1910. : "
Detroit, Mich. 4--IE.973,851
Duluth, Minn..... ...... 171,829
No. and So. Dakota.... 2.174. 8H
Sandusky, O. ............ 44,806
Atlanta, Ga...; 145 942
Chattanooga. Tenn 39,439
Council Bluffs. Ja.... 22..035
Des MoLnes, lav, 90,777
Dubuque. Ia... . 47.4S8
Grand Rapids, Mci),, -815.840
Knoxvllle, Tenpu.,-." .6.666
Lincoln. - Ntb. ..,.'...',- 74.4"
Iyoulsville, Ky. 619.259
Memphis, TenST. .....w..', 2S4, 216
Nashville, Tenn...'.....i ' 72,044
Omaha, Ner....... , 3,32
St. Joseph Mo,...'...,.. 263,686
Sioux City, la 48.466
, Suits Are Settled
Owner of Car 'Which Injured Several
Personi on Huron Tair Grounds
Compromises with Plaintiffs.
SIOUX FALLS, 8. D., May Jl. (Special.)
Damage suits aggregating 120.000, which
were the result of an automobile running
Into and Injuring several people on the
stats fair grounds at Huron last fall, have
been adjusted out of court and the suits,
which were Instituted in ths stats circuit
court of Sanborn county, accordingly have
The defendant In the actions was C. B.
Calllhan, a prominent and wealthy resident
of Artesian, whose son was running the
automobile at ths time ths people were
Injured. After the accident Mr. Calllhan
personally looked after the Injured persona
and had them provided with medical as
sistance at his expense, doing 'everything
possible to show his regret that anyone
should have been Injured by his auto.
Ths reaching of a settlement out of
' ' yg?.' .' v 11
Look for this Sign on Leading Garages
You cannot know what a good tire is un
til you try a Michelin properly inflated
NEBRASKA-BUICK AUTO COMPANY, 1912 Farnam St., bmahi
The ywedding gift articles
found in our display are
more than appropriate. Fully
as Important, they are last
ing. They endure not for a
day or a week, but for a life
time, thus forming a, perma
Don't Merely BuyInvest
Jew ler '
1 6th u
V Harney ,
court averted what without doubt would
have been one of ths hottest legs.1 battles
in ths history of ths stats circuit court
of Sanborn county, as Mr. Calllhan had
prepared to fight. the damags suits to tht
last ditch. t .
RAIN AND HAIL AT MANAWA
THAT DID NOT HIT OMAHA
Heavy . Precipitation Across Illver
Falls to Stop Fan of Bi .
A heavy rain and hall drove people into
ths pavilions and other shelter st Manawa
ths middle of yesterday afternoon, but
failed to spoil the day. There wss a
crowd In ths afternoon and another in the
evening and Manager Barnet estimated
tha attendance at from 15,000 to 18,000. Ths
ball room was thronged In ths afternoon
and again In the evening and ' not ths
slightest of accidents marred ths enjoyment.
of liver and bowels, in refusing to act. Is
quickly remedied with Dr. King's Life Pills,
25o. For sals by, Beatoa Drug Co.
WITH the coming of magic June, comes also the new and beautiful Soda Fountain down
stairs in the Sherman & McConnell store at Sixteenth and Dodge. As the tired cara
. van trailed through, the desert's dust to the almost worshipped spot of green and water, so
the tired Nebraskan will come to seek "Sodoasis" as the shrine of refreshment. All day
Thursday we will dispense liquid joy, adding floral souvenirs to ladies. , v
Omaha is invited to resale and refresh itself, and with that smug satisfaction that goes with possessing the best
anywhere. Sherman McConnell Drug Co., Cor. 16th and Dodge Sts.
cleanses, preserves and beauti
fies the teeth, prevents tooth
dfccay and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
There srs but fsw people who bars
teem. Good teats, svsryone islgbt have
If Uisy would go to Dr. Bradbury. Tft.
sulcseat, earnest and laasi painful are
loe oaly metbods employed by us sad
sundrada of our patients, both - In and
eut of tbs city, will gladly tall you about
Uio good dental work and our up-to-date
waya of doing things. Crown, and bridge
work from t&.OU par tooth. Platea that
fit frora 4 OS to lit is. Painless extrac
tion of teeth. Nerves of teeth removed
without burling you. Work waranted
OB. ERADSURY, THE DE3TIST
VhOBS D. 17SA
Malted mik Bread
Children Need Healthy
Malted sEla Bread gives rest to
the child s appetite because It la
aa near predicated as It la pos
sible to tn-tUe bread and It Is
therefore easil) and quickly as
similated and bunt Into new tis
sues. It tastes as good ss it looks.
Try It. .
So sad 10s pes &osf.
Save ths Isabels They're Valuable
780 Bouta asta St.
Phones I Uarney 363: Ind. A-1381T
fresh Every Day at YourLirocer's.
SAFE HOISTING J A
SPECIALTY - i "
1818 FARNAM STREET
Phone Douglas 853 "
Residence) Harney 4283
OMAIIA vs T0PEKA
rriday, Jnos a, Ladies' Day .
OAUE3 CALLED 3:45
Cars leave iSUt and rarnam st 3:30.
TOSIGHT, PXXDAT, gATTTBDAT '
Batnrday Matinee. Th. Orsatsat
XCusloal Vomedy Institution In
FOLLIES OF 1910 ' : -
and 75 A ST IT A HELD OIKLS. Hlghta,
60o. $1. 11.60, a. Mat, quo, $1, t.60
June 7, 8, Kirs. risXe. Beats oa Bale.
LLOYD INGRAHAM JoJV'
t ust 'i'luie In any Omaha '1 healer of
ESS?. THE RETURN OF EVE
Aa Played Over tha Shnbert Clroalt
TJvf s. an 4 aan. Mat., le-asoj few a 35s
Vues Thnrs. and Vat. Mats- loo-aue
(Sunday) lurael ZangwlU's World-wide
read story, THE Wh-LTlNa PUT. tfeal
selling. - ' .
Hotel Rome Summer Garden
Moving Pictures ;
Six-Piece Orchestra :: -
Coolest l'lace In Omaha.
8:30 Every Eveuing JO Cent
Big Reduction Sale Starts Saturday, June 3d
Coat and Pants to Order IS? IS $17.50
We must reduce our big stock ot woolens and trimmings before
invoicing time. Those who order early have their choice of aa lm
mense selection of blue serges, plain and fancy gray worsteds, taus in
worsteds and Saxonies, and some nice blacks.
Every coat lined with good alpaca lining. Every garment guar
anteed perfect In fit and style. ,
Walt for tbis sale. It begins Saturday at 8:00 A. M. - ..
HacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.
804-806 South 18th St., Five Steps South of Farnam. '
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