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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1915)
TIIE HEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, .117LY 31, into.
Smash Go the Prices on Shirts
Semi-Aimual Clearance Sale
of Monarch, Arrow and Vin
dex Shirts, larger reduction
than usual, due to our mak
ing room to remodel.
ft. 50 Shirts,
U now . .
Shirts, now . .
95.00 Silk frty Q-
Shirts, now 4t00
Lot 1 Neck
Vra Silk Tiaa, form-
S 1 .OS xl T
Lot 2 Union
Clossd Ootoa suvls
la crsam or
Any Straw Hat la
rino nik Rot, sso
vsjusa (ran of mill),
August 2 work
starts on our
new front, in or
der to clear our
stock for action
Choose Any Suit
Porch and Lawn Furniture
At An Actual Saving of
From -25 to SO
At ThcCENTRALFUnniTUnE STORE
You Make Your Own
A splsndld Toroh Boekar, msda of
haavy flbar, In a Us-h stow fin.
Ian thsy ers masslva, oomfort
abla and tboroufhlj ( AT
Sea Our Complete Lint of
A substantial four raaasnsrsr Z,aa
Swing-, mads of bard wood and flniancd
la dark rad, baa adjustable aoata la tba
natural fluisn, thorong-hlr
woll boltad and acrswad
tog-ttbari oar prloo
Have the Central Figure
..i'. i 11 ,m m " -
(CMM JM M
Omaha real estate is
goin to take a jump
this fall. Buy; now.
A NT EE
v cwer.m,i i
of X. V. Sample SUirt, includ
ing s few Snort Shirts, AQ
value to fl.OO HOC
Lot 3 Belts.
Hm Xatha Salts,
also Initial styls, boo
Oannlna Poros Xnlt
!V $10 Suits $5.00
Sgs $15 Suits $7.50
$20 Suits $10.00
$25 Suits $12.50
$30 Suits $15.00
Terms at The Central
tion Enable 'us
to Hake the
See our beau
room home out
' See our beau
room home out
Porch and Lawn Furniture
lea Cream Freezers
that are absolutely
sanitary f no aoldor
nsad ea tba At).
lnaldo f tnta 4HC
oaaj our pr'ce
On Your Furniture Dill
. 1 ,
1 1 Nebraska
Stat Board of Equalization Be-
duces Figures for Four
GOVERNOR- MOREIIEAD OPPOSES
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
1JNCOLX. July 90. (Special.) A re
duction argrffatlna- $11,500 In the terminal
assessments of the Northwestern rail
road at Chadron. Cody. RushvHIe and
Valentine was obtained this morning
from the State Board of Equalisation by
General A rent R. W. McOlnnta.
The reduotlon will cut the assessment
$9,000 below the fig-urea f last year. Mr.
McQInnls asked for reduction, at four
teen other places, all of whloh would to
tal i3.000. The board adjourned a day
before taking any action on the other
State Treasurer Hall mored the adop
tion of the assessors" figures, but re
ceived no second. The proposal to lower
the valuations was made by Auditor
Smith and seconded by Secretary Pool.
Governor Morehead expressed himself as
personally in -favor of the valuations of
laet year. Treasurer Hall waa the only
one voting against the proposal.
Girl Has Foot Cut
Off by Hay Mower
ALBION. Neb.. July .-(Spec!al Tele
gram.) A distressing accident occurred
yesterday afternoon, a few miles north
of the city, when a S-year-old girl, named
Gene-vine Hughes, while picking flowers
stepped In ro.it of a hay. mower and
had her right foot completely severed.
hSTELLA GIRL TO BE BRIDE
v OF CALIFORNIA MAN
BTEULA, Neb., July $0. (Cpeclal.)
Mies Iona Phlck of Stella and Mr. Jess
Manley will be married at Orvllle, Cai.,
Sunday. Mr. Manley's home was at
Tekamah, Neb., until April, and since
then he has been connected with a dairy
at Orvllle. Mtna Bhlck'ls a graduate of
the Stella school and of the Teru Normal.
For five yesra she taught near Tekamah,
boarding part of the time In Mr. Men
ley's home. She and her mother, Mfs,
Ida Shlck, left Stella last month for the
west and have taken a cottage at Or-
vlllej They were accompanied west ly
Mr. Manley's sister from Tekamah.
CASS COUNTY SHERIFF IS
AFTER UNLICENSED AUTOS
PLATTSMOUTH. Note., July .-(Se-clal.
About soventy-flve automobile
owners In Cass county are now without
license to operate a machine and are
liable to arrest when they attempt to
run one. Chief of Police William Baroley
has the names, furnished by the county,
and It looks as though there will be less
traveling by automobile, or. a, huatllng
for a permit to operate for another year,
as the law Is somewhat strict for viola
Notes from Beatrice,
BEATRICE, Neb.. July 80.-(epecial
Frank Huston, a resident of Beatrice for
many years, died at his home here
Thursday morning, aged 28 yesrs. He Is
survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Huston, four brothers and three
The "Nights of Gageco" are pushing
their membership campaign, and up to
Thursdsy evening had secured 20$ mem
ber a Plans are being made for the bltr
fall festival to be held September IT to
October t. county fair week.
W. C. Moore, formerly a resident of
Beatrice, died Thuraday at St. Louts,
where he located twelve years ago. While
In Beatrice Mr. Moore wss in charge of
the sales department of the Wrought
Iron Range company. He is survlvo.1
by a widow and one daughter. The body
will be Interred at KnoxvlUe, Tenn.
Jscob Wunnenburg of Dewitt, whose
stock of "temperance drinks" was re
cently destroyed by a deputy state food
Inspector, has closed his shop and will
retire from buslnesa. He has signified
his Intention -of bringing suit for $1,500
damages against the St. Paul firm which
aold him the moist goods, some of which
tested 8 per cent alcohol. He lost tl.000
through the destruction of the stock.
Notes from Antiara.
AUBURN. Neb., July S0.-(Specta!.)
The Auburn Chautauqua commence. Sat
urday. All the available tents hava been
taken and more sessonNtlckets sold thsn
any previous yesr.
The annual German-American picnle
was held here on Tuesday. Much of the
program could not be (.iven because of
rain in the afternoon, and the evening
part was entirely abandoned. Simpson
In his monoplane mado one flight, but
met with on accident In alighting, which
so damaged hla machine that he could
not make the second one.
The summer school at the Peru Normal
closed today. Congressman C. F. Reavis
made the address to the data of forty
The district court Is In session, with a
Jury at a specially called term. Only two
cases will be tried. One Is State against
Ray Harris, for burglary, and the other
Is State against Roy Smith, for criminal
assault. Tha session waa called for these
two case, becauae of the facts that the
defendants were In jail, and tha Jail being
a basement, wss considered unfit to keep
them on account of the damp weather.
Notes from Seward.
SEWARD. Neb., July 30. (Special.)
The Identity of the stranger killed by a
Burlington it Missouri freight train re
cently has been established by a check
n the body. His name was T. P. Clark.
He had worked on tha farm of H. Flgard,
Noel, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Falrbrothsr, died Saturdsy very suddenly
from aggravated tonsllltls.
A tarantula Jumped on Mrs. T. O.
Sampson's arm yesterday as she waa cut
ting bananas from a stalk. Mie brushed
It carelessly aside, not noticing it until
a general alarm waa given by thoav
Whest on Fsy Smiley' farm Is thresh
ing thirty-five bushels per acre. Other
farmrra report thirty-three and thirty
liunhels per s'te.
I ' Iter t miilalt t Make Voa I -!
'No ) in In ng If your stomach and
ln-r ilun't 'tik. Mir -ur llr ilh
Miitu New fAte rills All druvslftts
' ei tissiurnt , .'
OMAHA DAYAT THE FAIR
Thursday, September 9, Time Pixed
to Entertain Gate City Gueitt
TRACTION VALUES CONSIDERED
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
1JNCOUN, July $fc-(Speclal.)-Thurs.
day. September . will be Omaha day at
the Nebraska stats fair, according to
an announcement today by Secretary
Mellor of th State Board of Agriculture,
Special trains will be run over many
of the rallroada from the Gate City to
Lincoln on that day. Efforts will be
made to have the roads In the beat shape
possible for the' tourist traf fio from the
north Into the Capital city.
Doabt as to Jurisdiction.
Because Attorney General Reed had
not yet determined whether or not the
State Board of Equalisation or the county
board has the power to change the valu
ation of the Unooln Traction company
right-of-way.. the officers of the company
were not summoned today to show why
their valuation of ,000 a mile should not
be nearer the $12,000 at which the Omaha
Traction company Is assessed.
Mast Apply to Commission. 7
Attorney General Heed has Informed
Hugh O'Neill, president of the Niobrara
Klecttio Light, Power and rtailway com
pany, that he must apply to the rail
way commission to got its approval be
fore the state could Invest In the $7,000
worth of bonds offered by Coleman town
ahlp. Holt county, which were Issued to
aid in the construction of the road. The
company is planning a railroad from
Anoka, BoyJ county, to Atkinson, Holt
county, a distance of twenty-rive miles.
Walrath Lets Bids.
Printing Commissioner 'Walrath pre
sided for the first time Friday morning
at the letting of contracts for several
state Jobs. The firm of Mllbum A Scott
of eBatrica was awarded the report of
the State Historical society, 800 bound
copies of 400 pages each. The cost wss
$lt$ a page. The state building and loan
report, 160 pages and, and 600 coplea.
went to the York Blank Book company
at $1.49 a page.
Rapert ton f era nltk Board.
Trevor Arnett, an expert on college ac
counting and business methods, con
ferred todsy with the Board of Regents
of the University of Nebrsska and of
fered suggestions ; on accounting and
finance. He la expected to recommend
an efficiency expert for a permanent po-
altlon with the university, created by the
TO SUMMER STUDENTS
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. July 30. (Special.)-Heventy
five degrees were conferred on Uni
versity of Nebraska summer school
students at commencement exercises tn
memorial hall tonight. It was the largest
summer graduating class in the history
of the school. Chancellor Samuel Avery
preeentfcd the diplomas. The ' degrees
Twenty-four bachelor of arts, two state
military commissions, ten graduate
teachers' diplomas, one doctor of phil
osophy, twenty-one master of arts, two
first grade city certificates, six teschers'
college diplomas, one doctor of medicine,
five bachelor of laws and five bachelor
of sciences. t
FORMER STELLA MAN
IS STABBED TO DEATH
6TELLA, Neb., July . .(Special.)
Thurman Bat-vis, whose parents formerly
lived at Stella, but now reside at Auburn,
died at Msdtson, S. D., Wednesday night
from being stabbed by a tramp. His
brother-in-law, Jamea Paradise, of Stella,
went to Madison to bring- the body home.
Burial will be at Stella. Mr. Sarvts wss
about $3 years eld.
Notes from Itebroa.
HEBRON, Neb., July $0. -(Special.)
The Hebron Chautauqua opened yester
day, under moat favorable circumstances
and will continue five days.
W. R. Mellor, secretary of the State
Board of Agriculture, waa in nebron on
Wednesday night and presented to the
people of this city the state university
films, showing tha Nebraska resources.
The entertainment was free to all, and
was given by the Chautauqua committee
and the Commercial club.
There has been some doings Jn news
paper circles In Hebron during the last
week. Last Saturday th. Register plant
waa sold at sheriff's sale and was bid In
by the mortgsgee at the price of the
mortgage, and a deal was made thla
week by which John Loetterte of Deah-
Irr takes th. plant and becomes Its editor,
It will probably be run democratic.
TURN OYER FUNDS
(Continued from Page One.)'
Westerfleld wired he had to his personal
account waa deposited since this Inveett
gatloa waa started, and siippo. w. Can
show that Westerfleld borrowed money
from an Omaha bank lust before be left
the dty, do you think w. could make a
case?" asked the mayor.
"Perhaps," replied the county attorney
E i pert a Farther Kvldeaee.
Mr. Magney expressed a willingness to
file the complaint as asked by the mayor
If sufficient evidence csn be furnished to
make a caae. ' The mayor declares he ex
perts to secure further evidence.
The msyor told the county attorney he
would sign th oomptaint. wborsKapna the
document was handed to the city officials
Mr. Westerfleld, hla brother, C. A
Westerfleld, end Attorney Pancoast hail
a conference for nearly an hour with
Treaaurer Ure. Asked for a furthel
statement, Mr. Westerfleld referred his
queatlonore to the tieeavrer.
"I think Mr. Westerfleld a attitude la
Just splendid," commented Treasurer
Makes Formal Deiaaad.
Mr. Ure msds a formal dsinsnd upon
Westerfleld for $1M,M.6S, the smount of
the funds ss found dus by the city ac
counting department Tha former Dun
doe treasurer agreed to return later In
the day snd preseo certified checks, ex
plaining that several credits should be
d4uitrd from that total. It is under
M'M.rl tie tl.spHed difference Is about
LIVE STOCK BOARDS TO
MEET HERE AUGUST 2
(From a Ptsff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, July .-(5peclal.) Repre
sentatives of the live stock commissions
of a dosen states will meet In Omaha,
Monday, August i, at a. call of the Ne
braska Live Stock Sanitary board, to dis
cuss methods of simplifying and co
ordinating the Inepectlona of stock.
At the present time each state has Its
own regulations. An Inspection In one
More than 3,000 Trousers
in this Great Sale
Entire stock involved, except Duck and Khaki
Values that you won't forget for several months
to come; this sale announces the most opportune
. Trouser buying period of the season act at once.
$2.00 Trousers, Clearance price $1.50
$2.50 Trousers, Clearance price.... $1.75
$3.00 Trousers, Clearance price $2.25
$3.50 Trousers, Clearance price .$2.50
- $4.00 Trousers, Clearance price $3.00
$5.00 Trousers, Clearance price $3.75
$6.00 Trousers, Clearance price $4.50
$7.50 Trousers, Clearance price $5.00
Men are buying
these Shirts by the
And you'll do the same
thinsf, once you become fa
miliar with the exceptional
$1.00 Shirts ..;70
$1.50 Shirts ....... .$1.05
$2.00 Shirts $1.35
$2.50 Shirts ........$1.75
$3.50 Shirts $2.35
$5.00 Shirts ........$3.75
Silk and Wath
35c isr $1
m av -v' - i rw
' ' "' " ' "" "' '" ..i--...-.- , , , ,
, 5U- VvF-f:
.Made a little better
their pure ingredients and
baking in the Sunshine. It
is this wholesome goodness that
makes you always prefer
Baked In Omah. SiSCllWS
If you will write us, giving your name and address
and your dealer's name, we'll gladly send you our
6 kinds for
stale Is Invalid In the other, tnj those
who move stock from one state to an
other suffer great Inconveniences on ac
count of the diversity of methods.
An Inspection Is tin-unity required be
fore Waving one rtate and another before
entering the next. In that war owners
hsve to submit to two Inspections and
pay double fees.
loan Speaks at Atom.
AVOCA. Nebi. July V-(Speclal )-Thn
Old Frllowa held their twelfth annual
picnic, here yeterday. Congresemsn
Charles H. Sloan of Genwa was the
Entire Stock Men's and Byi'
$1.50 Boys' Shoes $1.15
$1.75 Boys' Shoes S1.35
$2.00 Soys' Shoes .U.50
$2.25 Boys' Shoes K1.75
$2.50 Boys' Shoes SI. 95
$3.00 Men's Shoes S2.25
$3.50 Men's Shoes S2.G5
$4.00 Men's Shoes $2.05
$1.50 Men's Shoes $3.35
$5.00 Men's Shoes $3.75
utr iGirri,fiiowAHD m
in v ! sj " -r t- . r -
Box, Free containing
you to try.
. V -.-: I
by I If lit
orator of the dav. The F.lmwood band
furnlwhed the music. Among the free
attractions were the T'ddy brothers of
Omaha, who more than pleased th.
crowd. The ball an me between Avoca
and Syracuse reunited In a score of I to 1
in fsvor of Avocs.
A "For Psle" ad wilt turn second-hand
furniture Into rssh.
Jim Stilt a Job. j
The linx still hovers over Birmingham.
The latest evidence Is the Inl'iry ef VA
son Hemmlngway, who la OJt c.i'h a
broken thumb. ' .
Leghorns, ' Milans, Sen
nits, Split and Porto Ri
enns in all popular shape.
The greatest values of tho
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00,
$3.50, $4.00 and $5.0D
r w :
Now for the; biggest day
of shoe Belling In oar his
tory. Judging from the
crowdi that were In. our
tore all day Friday buying
Drexel quality shoes ' for
j ONE DOLLAR, It will pay
you to get In aa early as
p o a lb I e tomorrow. We
want to give everyone at
tending this sale ' regular
Drexel service, but If th
crowds are bo great that we
cannot wait on every one at
once we will appreciate your
waiting and you will find
that the shots s are worth,
At thee prices we cannot
charge, deliver or exchange
tbeae shoes. We urge you
to attend the sale Saturday
100 pairs Women's White
Canvas High Button Shoes,
regular 3.60 values, J
200 pain of Women's White
Nubuck button Ox-fords and
Pumps, $4 and IS
values, at P 1
S00 paira of Women's $3.60.
$4.00 -and $5.00 Lace and
Button Oxfords CI
and Pumps, at s 1
$00 pairs of Men's $4, $5
and $8 Oxfords, tn tan,
black and some pat- C1
ents, broken sixes, at vi
Misses and Children
200 pairs of Misses' and
Children's Patent Colt. Kid
and Russia Calf Lace Ox-
I fords and One-Strap San
dals, hand turned sole.
$2.(0 and $3.00 val
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