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TJIE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1913.
OF QUALITY CLOTHES
KMG SWAfSOY CO.
fa3 ffie. aaxff gfa&-
H" Following each salo ni UiIb store
t we learn to gauge moro accurately
the beat and most satisfactory
methods of serving our patrons
during such busy periods. For
this groat rule wo havo secured ,
the serrlco of a corps of thorough
ly experienced, courteous sales- ,
men who are accustomod to wait
ing upon high class trade; these,
with our own twelve export Cloth
ing Sal com on assure you of the
best possible service.
of &ej ez&re cass soc& of Jprh? avef Sanne
fopea Quafh Sal is.
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you of our
remarkable low prlcoa, of our
determination to outsell every
Clothing concern In the Cen
tral West. Our success la evi
denced by tho fact that most
every Clothing store in Omaha,
was forced to start sales in tho
middle of May in order to com
pete with our regular prices.
Note the honest reductions list"
ed at the 'bottom of this d
they show comparative prices
that are genuine, they repre
sent savings on the very High
est class apparel possible to ob
tain. They bespeak of values
as groat as can honestly be
given oa hbnest merchandise.
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SPECIAL LEYYJOT NEEDED
State Treasurer Thinks Increase ol
PROFESSOR'S ACTS CRfTICISED
Secnrltp of Slarnntnrfu hy ' TneUcr
mnn to' PtlJlon lb Defeat Arm'Orr
for Nebraska City 4m
' )leehed 1 .
(Fraip a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Neb., July a-SpeclaL.Mt
In the opinion of 8tatTreastirtr Walter
OeorRe that thprp vlty,b$.no .need. of.g.
special levy under the Shcwon act to
pay off state IndebtedncEs. lie hll)k
tliat by Inc'rearins tlw'seneriU fundjlevy
from 4, to 5 mills ''thkt, 5li outstandjnt
indebtedness can l6 taken 'care p
Accord Incr to Ills estimate, an additional
It-vy of.orif mill will brns in about 1450,
DOU, which will be more than sufficient to
;over what Js needed.
"We have had considerable extra ex.
pense tho present year which we will not
ave next year," said the treasurer.
"The legislature cost us flTO.OdO for
salaries, then came the tornado appro
priatlorf of 100,000, while the constitutional
amendments made an expense of 52,QOj
There is little doubt but that the Jn
:rease5n valuation for 1913 will be W.00Q.
wo, which. wfha, mill levy, will m'akt
n additional 130,000. co. take It Ah
around,' I think we are safe in dolna
way with a call on the Sheldon act thu
ear." " s
Conilderatle crltlcsm of the actfSn ot
Prof. I B. TUckerman of the State unl-
rcrslty is being expressed because of hl
icilvlti lu iccurlng slcnaturiK to -tho ret.
ircndura petition to submit to the peopli
t prmoltion to kill tho bill passed b
the last Ifglulature giving Nebraska
wtv an appropriation for an ainiory.
TMs s expected to Increaso sentiment
for removal of the university to the stat'-
fann. The Voters' Lexlslatlve league, ;
I intolrf IneUtutltm. of whloh Prof. Tuck
ernian is a shining light, a back of th
proposition tp kill the Nebraska City
ai propriation. Perrator Bartllns of Ne
braska City, who worked hard for tht
armory appropriation foo his town, wat
one of the opponents In the senate to uni
Said one man at the State house today;
"I think our people at the university
should keep out of active politics. i
think, at least, that the professors ought
to have sense enough to keep out ot any
proposition to kill the work of the legls.
Doone'i Assessment liOTVer.
"Boone county reported to Secretary Sey
mour of tho State Board of Assessment
today,. Joining the list of counties which
has failed to report an Increase in the
assessment over 1912. Boone falls below
the 1912 assessment by J30.537. Unlike
som of the other counties which, showed
a tailing off. it also has a lower assess
ment on Its farm lands, the lands being
assessed on an average of I43.6S per acre,
agoihst.lil.E5 last yar.
Bojtar 1 the reports Scott's Bluff Is
tho batiner county on Increase with a
total-valuation of J2.7S8.631 this year. Ths
Is an Increase over .last year ot t634.SU'
Following arc tfye counties. reporting this
Grant a. 749.9S1
Keith , 3.1K.47S
scotfs Biuft s,m,m
. Apnenli Take to JHsth Conrt.
The Union Stock Yards company has
Appealed from a judgment-Secured In the
Douglas county district court against
them by Paul Jannulous for Injuries re
ceived while working In the bote) at
South Omaha,, ownd hy the company.
The Injury was caused by a window falling-
upon his arm, from which Injury dry
gangrene developed. e, sued for 115,000
and received a verdict of 17,500.
The Missouri Paclflo Railroad company
has filed an appeal from the district
court of Otoe county in a case wherein
Patrick Roddy ' secured a Judgment
against the company because of dam
ages esustained from, & diversion of water
which caused an overflqy on his land,
damaging him to the extent of 4300, Ho
also asked damages ''for the destruction
of a piece ot timber from fires set by en
gines of the road for 1200 more. The court
The Jllasourl pSiiflo company also ap-.
pealed another .case, in which Herbert Q.
fitlllman had secured a Judgment in the
Douglts county district court for loss abs
tained by reason of the failure of the
company to deliver promptly ' to Soutn
Omaha somo stock shipped by SUllman.
Ho claimed that' during the delay tho
price of cattle dropped. He was awarded
Lucy B. Drolltngcr sued the Hastings
St Northwestern Railway company In the
Adams county district court for damages
sustained by reason of tho 'railroad com
pany crossing her land. She Waa given
JS79 for about six acres of land purchased
by the company for rlgh't-of-wky, but
claimed that en account of the splitting
up of the land she was damaged to such
an extent that it 'spoiled the farm. The
Jur gave her in addition to the right-of-way
damage 33,853.50 as damages sus
Another case by the Missouri vj'acltle
Railway company Is 0ne In which Torner
It. Neal j secured a Judgment against
them In the Douglas county district court
for 11.403 for the loss of a building In
Omaha claimed' to have been eat on
flro by ohe of the engines of the com.
pany which ran by the building. The.
building was insured for f,318 which
was paid by the Insuranoe company, and
In ih- Judgment the Insurance was re
imbursed for what they had paid Neal
resides the amount .given Neal for the
lou on the bulldlnr.
Insarnncr Ilcriise Granted,
The Brotherhood of All Railway Em
ployee of Chicago, II)., has been granted
a Hcuise by the' Insurance commissioner
of Nebraska to do an insurance business
in this state. It is in the nature Of a
fraternal organization and' has also
bbCB given v lUence to do business In
Illinois and .Iowa.
The Nebraska Power company, rcpre
tenting the jlabcock-Dorherty Interests,
has filed Its monthly report with the sec
retary of the board or irrigation showing
that they expended during the month ot
June, J2.U7. The Baker Construction
company, which has a Project on the
Niobrara river shows that they oxpended
The inspections of oil In the department
Oil Inspector Harman shows that dur
Ikig the month fit June there were f3,
btf rrcjsi of oil Inspected and fees cir
lected of 8.JS7,fi6,' an Increase over th
previous month of over 30a This shoW
an increase Over June of last -year ot
$759. Every barrel of pit inspected ex
cept ttro passed, 'fbia month the cola
storage firms will begin reporting.
have arcady sent In thoir reports.
Men May Build Hotel
BEATRICE, Neb., July ll.-(8peclal.)-Plans
are now under way by a number
of the business men of this cfy to form
a stock company and erect a modern
fireproof hotel at the corner of Third and
Court streets at a -cost of. J75,O0O. Since
the Paddock hotel was. " closed - some
wceks ago the business men have felt
the need' of 'such an establishment for
Beatrice, The structure will be four
stories hlgti and have eighty rooms. It
will have a roof garden.
The directors of the Qage County So
ciety of Agriculture held a meeting yes
terday and elected W. W. Wright assist
ant secretary. The work of arranging
the premium list and getting things in
shape for the fall show Is In progress.
Mrs. R. B. Appleget was called to
Monmouth, m., yctserday by the serious
Illness of her father, R. Doney, a former
resident ot Beatrice, who Is 31 years of
The local lodge ot Eagles Is considering
tho purchase pf the -Union State -bank
building at Fourth and Court streets for
ik home. The top floor Will be used as a
clubroom and the remainder of the rooms
will be rented, as they ar at present If
the deal goes through the lodge will In
corporate and sell stock to the members.
The block will cost about 850,000.
Charging her husband with deserting
her Just six days after they were mar
ried. Mary Lund of Wymore has filed
suit In the district court asking for a
divorce from her husband, Nela Lund.
BEATRICE IS READY FOR
BEATRICE. Neb.. July il.-lSpeclal.)-
A special train carrylnj? about 12S head of
horses for tpM circuit races to do new
i hers nest Tuc'eday. Wednesday and
Thursday, arrived today over the Bur
tllngton from Auburn where the race
Forty-two extra stalls have been pro
vided at the driving park, and all of them
will be occupied. About twenty-five head
of horses wilt have to be provided wit
Vs. i vv I rnn im nnnmiT nuirri
quarters uptown or use tents on the'l AfrAinO Al UUUiH. UfflAIlA
The track Is In excellent shape and has
beon widened In order to accommodate
tho largo field oi horses,
CONSTABLE ELpS INJURED
BY FALL DOWNSTAIRS
Kack Ellis, a constable living at 2411
Saratoga court, was eerlousty Injured
last night when he tumbled down a long
flight of stairs at Twenty-fourth and
Cuming streets. His right' shoulder wae
dislocated and he received several
Two hegro roustabouts at New Orleans
were continually bragging about their
ability as long-distance swimmers, and
a steambpat man got up a match. The
.man who swam the longest distance waa
to receive $5. The Alabama Whale Im
mediately stripped on the deck, but the
Human Steamboat said he had some bust,
ness and would return In a rew minutes.
The Whale swam the river four or five
times for exercise, and by that time the
Human Steamboat returned. He wore a
pair of swimming trunks and had a
sheet-iron cooking stove strapped on his
DacK. lien arpuna nis necK were a
aoxen packages containing bread, flour,
bacon and other eatables. The Whale
naxeu i nia opponent in amazement.
"Whar yo" vlttlesT" demanded tho Hu
"Vlttles fo' what?" asked the Whale.
"Don t yo" ask me fo' nothin' on the
way ovah," warned the Steamboat. "Hah
fust stop Is New York, an' mah next
stop is jjonaon. Cincinnati inquirer.
The driver of the car of Juggernaut pro.
"It Isn't fair,' ha said, "to compare this
car 10 an auiomoDiie. mat a a devil
wagon; this is Just the opposite. A chauf
feur runs his machine at the rate of a
mile a minute or two; I drive this one at
tho rate ot a mile In four days. He runs
over people because they can't get out
of his way quick enough; when I run
over anybody It's because the Victim
throws himself under my wheels )as a
sacrifice, and I can't prevent him. The
next man that calls me a 'shofer' Is go
Inr to have a fight on his hands!"Cbl.
niovrmentii vt Opens Strnmrrt, .
Port. ArrtTrrf. rl!4.
SAN ynANtT8C0.1Iontoll Ntbntkia.
BBATTMS ... KMmup.
TACOMA. - - Ttoibu Mini ..
NEW YORK . . fin. Grant
Sporting fraternity Angered
FIREMEN WILL NOT BE LAID OFF
Sir, and SXrs. Hot Oroer. Who Were
Recently Slurried, Are Tendered
bcr of Friend.
South Omaha's sporting' fraternity la
angered by the. muddle made ot its of.
fairs by the new wide open administra
tion of whoso success it Joyously boosted
not, Indeed, that the laws are being
executed enthusiastically, but simply be
causo the boys who shouted and worked
for the bunch say they have been double
Only the "piker games'' urn said to be
running. Some ot the saloons appear to
be tipping the ltd on the quiet, although
Chief Brlggs has announced that he will
prosecute them to the finish If he catches
them breaking the law.
W. I'. Donahue, commissioner of police,
Is said to be the cause of the troubles of
the good fellows. It is said that all the
blame Is being placed on htm for closing
the town. One official Is alleged to have
told a pool hall man that there would be
nothing doing until Donahue learned to
hold his tongue. The same official Is
also said to have expressed fervent hope
that Donahue would resign so that his
place could be held by another.
Donahue is said to have held his first
announcement that If one place "ran"
all could do so.
Will A'ot Lr Off lieu.
Chief John McKele ot the fire depart
ment has announced that lie will not lay
off any ot his men this week, as recently
ordered. The board and council recently
found It necessary to curtail expenses In
the fire department and ordered the chief
to lay off five men each week until the
end of July. Chief McKale, acting with
the approval of Commissioners D&vlne
and aioctor, ha" announced that he will
permit the mm to rest In turn hut with
pay. Chief MaKale said he felt the men
had worked hard at the Morris fire and
dferved something from the city
ilr and Mrs. Roy Greer were tendered
a reception Tuesday eyenlng by a ho
of friends in honor of their recent marri
age. Mrs. oreer was formerly Misa JCdna,
Phllp, daughter ot Sir. and Mrs. J, B.
Philp, Mrs. Marian Service rendered a
solo. Miss Gladys Tan Bant savo a read
ing. Mr, and Mrs. Greer were presented
with a pretty set of china. Attorney J.
D, Ringer making the presentation
Among those present were. Mr. sund
Mrs. F. A. Cresiey, Mr. and Mra. A. F.
Htrykcr, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Martin,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Ilcrold. Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Lush,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McBrlde, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Lush, Mr. and Mrs. Max Foote; Mr. ahtt
Mrs. J. D. Ringer, Mr. and Mr. J, 'W'.
Klrkpatrlck, Mr. and airs. Howard
'Holme; Misses Carrie Anderasen, 'Mae
Anderasen. Mabel Henry, Edna Elster,
Esther Todd,. Myrtle Taylor, Mayme Con
nors, Mary Klrkpatrlck. Jean Lee, Mrs.
F. P. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Service, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Badger; Messrs. Morris Olson,
Russell Barclay, Austin Ftnley, Dor ileu
Bride. PaulAlcBrlde, Hurd Stryker. Paul
Hhlelds, Edgar Klddoo and Harry Mq
WJIJIams. Injured Boy Mar Die.
Still unconscious after twenty-four
hours the IB-year-old eon of George
Smith ot Sarpy county lies In a danger
ouo condition at his parents' home with
little hope held out for his e recovery;.
Young Bmlth was dragged by a horse
Wedj)sday evening. His father Is wU
known at the Union Stock Yards. L&t
yesterday evening the lad waa said to be
In a dying condition.
Stasia CUr Gossip.
Furniture for sale cheap. South, ItSL
' Raymond Wilson Is visiting with rela
tives at Wlsner, Neb.
W- B. Daly, carpenter, South U83.
Mrs. William Grottier and children are
spending the summer at Cedar Rap
id s, la.
J. D. Courtney, plumber. Tel. So IfiCt
Mr- and Mrs. Edward Broman are
guests of Air. and Mrs, E. Simmons
this week. -
- Office space for rent in Bee offloe.
1 N 8t Terms reasonable. Well known
location. A bargain. Tel. S. XI.
A Srcnk for Liberty
rem stomach, liver and kidney trouble t
made whe.n a 36c box of Dr. King's New
tiM Pills Isjwugbt. "Why suffer? For
sale b Beaton Vtag Co. Advertisement,
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