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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 2G, 1914.
TRACTOR SHOW AT FREMONT
X'arm Implement Demonstration to
Be a Gigantic Affair.
ENTRY LIST IS TO BE LARGE
Mor Intercut I Heinle Shorn Thin
Ymr hr noth the Furmrrii nntt
the Mnnfnclnrera of
The tractor farming demonstration li
to ba held at Fremont AiiRUSt 17 to i.
A vast tract of land has been leased upon
which the demonstration If to b made.
It lies within a half mile of tho end of
the. city sidewalks. Senator George WoU
of Fremont says there Is every Indication
that this will bo a bigger event than It
was last year, when the first of these
demonstrations was held.
Both tho farmers and the tractor men
nre showing mora Interest. More entries
are coming In early. The first year each
one waited for the other to make the
start "Is It worth while?" was a ques
tion then asked. But It proved to be
abundantly worth while, ns Is shown by
the fact that those manufacturers who
got In the game then are the first to
enter this year. ,
The entries totalled forty the first year.
Already they have reached nearly that
number for the second demonstration,
and there Is every Indication that tho
entries may bo doubled. Added nttrac
tlona will bo there. There will bo new
tractors and a greater variety of tractors.
Another new feature this year Is to be
the laying of concrete on the Lincoln
Highway just outside the city limits.
While tho Lincoln Highway association
has not yet announced definitely Just
where It Is to build the few miles of con
crete highway In the stato Senator Woli
Rives assurance that Fremont and Dodge
county will ull hard enough and offer
enough Inducement In the way of finan
cial help to get a sample mile 'or two
hullt In the county, and he gives assur
ance that tho work will be in progress
while the tractor show Is on.
Carranza Would Be
Better Head Than
Villa, Says Visitor
"Carranza would bo a better president
for Mexico than Villa." declares S. C.
ttodgers of Guannjusto, Mexico, a refugee
who has been In this country slnco he
Was forced to leave his mining Interests
In April. He Is' stopping at the Paxton
hotel here and will Join his brother, M.
It Bodgcra, who wilt pass through
Omaha Friday on an auto trip to tho Pa
"Villa naturally has a big following
now." the refugee miner says, "because
In Mexico the crowd always Joins the
iwlnnlng side, and Villa Is u good fighter.
But Carranza would give tho people the
lotst government In time of peace."
Rodgers was general manager for an
American mining, ore shipping and ranch
ing concern. He happded to be In
Mexico City on business when the Ameri
cans landed at Vera Cruz. Taking that
event as a declaration of war, the
Huertalstas threatened him and all other
Americans', so he escaped from the coun
try at the first opportunity. He had
Men In Mexico for twenty-two years.
"I don't know when we will ever get
back there," he says. "It may be some
Week for Cutting
the Growing Weeds
Mayor James C. Dahlman has Issued a
proclamation calling upon the people of
the city to observe Juno 29 to July 3 as
weed cutting days and to get together
'then and "go after the weed pest."
The mayor's proclamation Is as fol
lows: June 23 to July 3, 1911, are heroby desig
nated as weed-cutting days In our city,
liy everybody tailing an Interest and
cutting tho weeds on their property now,
It can be done much easier and cheaper
thun by waiting until they go to seed and
In going over the city, we find that thu
people generally are doing uverythlng pos
sible to make our city appear moro beau,
tlful. Visitors compliment our clttzenl
highly tor their clvlu prldu.
Now, let us go after the weeds, and tit.
not make It necessary for notices to lio
verved on you by the police and health
iff leers and then have warrants Issued
lor h number who full to respond. This
rhould not be neveisary, so 1 make thlt
appeal ahd hope you wilt all get busy on
at Den Monday Eve
Monday evening Is to be Comtntrclal
club night at tho Ak. Bur-Bon den. Com
mercial vlub men, inembors of Ak-Sar-Ben,
are being urged to come out In full
force, and many new members are being
solicited for thco ccaslon from among the
membership of the Commercial club. A
large percentage of the Commercial vlub
members are already members of Ak-Sar-
Ben, but those who are not are being
'especially urged this week to Join In time
to come In for the Initiation Monday.
Just as special preparation was made
In the contraptions at the den for travel
I rig men's night, so special work Is going
on now In preparation for a hot Initiation
for the commercial crowd.
County Board Cuts
'Assessment of the
Cole Creamery Co,
It. A. Stewart, manager of tho David
Colo Creamery company, explained to tfie
county Board of Equalization how he
came to take an appeal from Its assess
ment of one year ago.
"B. M. Swltzler, a lawyer, came to me
and proposed that the case bo appealed,"
Mr. Stewart said, "Ho offered to tako It
on a percentage basis and I consented.
A number of tax appeal cases brougnt
by Mr. Bwttzler Including that of the
David Cole Creamery, ralsod the Issue
whether the board has twenty business
days to do Its work or twenty days
Including Sundays. The county tost In
district court but has appealed. Attorney
General Martin has given an Informal
opinion that the board has twenty full
business days for Its session.
C. E. Herring, attorney for the school
board whose school fund Is largely
dependent upon tax receipts, drew lome
criticism when he represented Albert
Hdholm In an argument for reduction or
Tho board reduced tho personal prop
erty valuation of the David Cole com
pany from $90,000 to 140,000.
BROGAN FORJHIEF JUSTICE
Omaha Lawyer Decides to Enter His
Name in the Lists.
HIS PETITIONS IN CIRCULATION
Itrognn Ihshpn Statement fllrlrvrc the
Itrnaons for Ills Willingness to
Serve In Jntllclnl Gannett)'.
Shipment of Books
for Library Arrives
Over 1,000 books recently ordered by the
public library have begun to arrive The
first ahlpmont of twelve cases was re
ceived this wiek and Is now being un
packed and prepared for circulation. Of
the new books ordered, about 700 volumes
are duplicates of works already In the
library, and will be placed In the branch
libraries In schools and stores. The re
mainder of the order consists of new
Golntr to tho "Mfrvlvs" Tonltthtt
If you want to know In advanco what
pictures are going to be shown at your
favorite theater tonight read "Today's
Complete Movie Programs" on the first
want ad page. Complete programs of
practically overy moving picture theater
In Omaha appear EXCLUSIVELY in
NOW THEY HAVE SCHEME
FOR LOCKING UMBRELLAS
George B. Biker of 'Blair is in the city
looking after his Interests In a system of
parcels lockers for railroad stations and
hotels. Theso are automatic devices con
trolled by dropping In a coin. There Is
also a device for checking golf sticks,
umbrellas, canes and fish poles. W, 8.
Farnsworth of Ban Francisco Is accom
panying Mr. Hiker.
After taking the matter under advise
ment for several days, Francis A. Brogan,
tho weJl known member of the Omaha
bar, who has been prominently mentioned
In that connection, has concluded to
stand as a candidate for chief Justice of
the state supreme court and has so an
nounced to his friends. In explanation
of his candidacy, he has made the fol
"I offer to serve tho people of Ne
braska In the capacity of chief Justice
of their supreme court. If they Indicate
by signing nominating petitions, and by
their votes at the primaries, general sup
port from alt parts of the state, I will
become a candidate, and, If elected, will
accept the office. I will not innko a
campaign for the nomination nor for the
election. I approve of the sentiment
which has often been expressed, that for
a lawyer who Is attached to the standards
of his profession the Judicial office Is
neither to be sought nor refused. But I
bellovo that the position of chief Justice
of the supreme court offers at this time
a rare opportunity for efficient service,
of lasting benefit to tho state. In carry
ing forward the development of our sys
tem of law,, and T confess that I cherish
an ambition to render ' tho people that
Mr. Brogan has been practicing here
for n quarter of a century, but is still In
his prime. He has tyecrf president of tho
Nebraska State Bar association and
member of the general council of tho
American Bar association.
Petitions have already been started to'
Lecure ths necessary signatures required
for filing under the non-partisan Judi
ciary law, which, for this office, calls
for the endorsement of the application
to go on the ballot by a petition signed
by about 1,600 voters.
court house at IJoup rity will be -nib-mltted
to the vntrrs of Mherman ronnty
and the trip to Qreljr and St. Paul has
been worked up by the advocates of Ihe
Every man should plan to buy a big
supply of shirts 8atUrday at Brarldels'
and eavo half or more.
BURLINGTON RUNS SPECIAL
TRAIN TO GREELEY CENTER
Yesterday the Burlington ran a spe
cial train from Loup City to Greeley
Center, where the new Greeley county
courthouse, erected at a cost of some
160,000 Is being dedicated. Enroute the
party will stop at St. Paul, Neb., whsro
Howard county Is erecting a 170,000 court
house. An Inspection of this building
wll be made.
On June 30, the question of n bond
proposition to raise funds for a now
PAPER. IS VERY NEAT
Principal I,. C. Iltismlsel and tho stu
dents of the Omaha High School of Com-
mearro have Issued "Commeroe," the
student paper, us tho high school annual,
In a beautifully Illustrated, well written
and Interesting volume.
In addition to tho regular grist of
school news and a large number of at
tractive photographs the annual number
of "Commerce" carries editorial and fic
tion features boosting tho school.'
Several pages of snappy advertising 's
also carried In thu annual Omahu High
School of Comtnorco publication.
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THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER.
EIGHT WOMEN TO HELP GIVE
INFORMATION ON SCHOOLS
Girl as well as boy graduates of the
high school are to be given attention by
the new board of Information started by
the alumni association to help graduates
choose a college.
The board as originally appointed con
sisted entirely of men, but President
Stanley M. Rosewater has Just added
eight young women to the board: so that
women's colleges are now represented and
girl gradual as well as the boys can
secure Information and advice regarding
their college courses.
The women members of the board are
Miss Hilda. Hammer. Vassar; Mrs. J. C,
McClure. Wellealer; Miss Carroellta
Chase, Bryn Mawr; Miss dldred Rogers
OjronU; Miss Enua Gross, Chicago uni
versity; Miss Mary McCague. Northwest-
JIany Q. Montgomery, St Mary's.
TO MEET HERE TODAY
A meeting of the Nebraska Suffrage as
sociation will be held at the Young Men's
Christian association Friday. The ses
sion will start In the morning at 8 o'clock
and continue until evening. Matter rela
tive to the coming ejection will be dls
pus4 by the various representatives.
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The man who knows Blue
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to this best beer.
He knows that it is a mild,
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ful hoppy flavor. He knows
that it is a perfectly pure
beer; that it is a healthful
beverage for it contains only
a small percentage of alcohol
just enough to give it life and
snap. He knows that it is always
good good for him and good to
The Pabst Company
1M7 LMTtoworth OMAHA, NKI?
On Sale Saturday
The entire stock of a prominent eastern
millinery manufacturer at about !5c on tne aouar
7,000 Untrimmed Hats
comprising tho following lots:
White Milnn homp and plain
Colored Milan hemp and
hemp hats, including DiacK.
Tiny Ajour hats in black,
white and burnt.
French chip hats in black
Black llsere hats. "TjT
Whlto and colored patent
Milan and rough braid hats.
Also 6,000 Bunches and Wreaths of
Flowers and 50,000 Yards of Ribbon
See Friday papers for full particulars
It's 67 Degrees Cool
According to observations of the U. S.
Weather Bureau the average temperature of
Minnesota during July, and August is about
67 degrees warm enough in the daytime
to wear summer clothes and bV'" in the
lakes cool enough nights to slet comfort
ably under blankets.
Compare that to your local temperataresf
Cool weather is not all that Minnesota baa to
offer you. In Minnesota you have your 'choice of
10,000 chatted lakes whore you can enjoy your own
kind of a vacation ranging from big fashionable re
sorts covering half a county where something ft go
ing on all the time, to secluded spots in tho forest
where fashions and conventions needn't worry you;
Minnesota offers immediate relief to hay fover suf
ferers, and as for fishing If you love to fight tho
bass or muskellunge go where they abound go to
Minnesota Minnesota is the homo of the Bass, Mus
kellunge, Pike, Pickerel and Crappie, and the ulti
mate goal of every good fisherman.
Let us. give yonl Illustrated literature des
criptive of Minnesota and tell you the lowest
round trip fares, and remember that the
Chicago Great Western Is the popular "get-there-first"
line to Minnesota.
P. P. BONOKDEN, c. P. & T. A.,
M. E. SIMMONS, D. P. A.,
1522 Farnam Street, Omaha. v
' Phone Douglas 260.
(JEmphaavui the "Great")
How to Get a Job
The next best and wisest thing for a
work-hunter to do after and white
vertising in the "Situations Wanted" qqU
umn of The Beeia to study the H$fiP
WANTED advertisements and to answer
all that look at all likely,
The job you probably ought t o haye is
apt to be advertised uny dfty, Wiethe?
or not you find and answer that special
advertisement, may change the whole
course of your life,
Make one of thewe odl worth mere to yen tfiaa it
ia to anybody else. YOU CAN DO IT,
Teltphona TyU? IQ0O
THE OMAHA BEE .
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