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Financial History for Last
' Year Tells of Expenditures
Hardly Dreamed of
Washington. June 29. The govern
ment today closed its books for the
fiscal year just ending the first full
fiscal year in the war and Monday
will open new annual records.
Pahinefr mpniKprQ an! nthpr lipase
of departments will make reports to
President Wilson covering their
stewardships of funds and responsi
bilities for the year closing today
or technically tomorrow.
In government financial history the
. year will go down as a period of ex
pense hardly dreamed of a decade
. More than $12,600,000,000 is the
actual outlay, since July 1, 1917, to
meet the multitude of big bills run
up for the army, the navy, the ship
building program, airplane construc
tion, coast defense requirements, other
government activities and the needs
.."of the allies for American loans to
finance purchases of war materials in
this country. In peace times, the gov
ernment spent less than $1,000,000,000
War's Cost Colossal.
With the addition of the $1,200,000,
000 which the government spent in
the three months of war preceding
this fiscal year, the war's tost in
money to date has been $13,800,000,
000. War activities now drain about $50,
JDOO.OOO a day from the national pub
lie treasury and in June the running
expenses were greater than ever be
fore, though loans to allies dropped
to less than in any month since April,
1917, when the United States became
Including estimates for the last two
days of the month not yet recorded
expenditures for June were about
$1,500,000,000, or approximately the
same as the record figure of May.
Ordinarily 'war expenses for the
month amount to about $1,258,000,000,
a new high record, and payments to
allies were approximately $236,000,000,
less than half the $500,000,000 which
the,, treasury usually has figured as
necessary to -finance the allied pur
chases in the United States every
month. Use of ships to transport
troops to France, instead of war ma
terials, -is considered responsible pri
marily for the reduction of allied
June Record for Receipts.
r . .i. , c 'n r .
uwing to ine Dig innow oi income
and excess profits taxes this month
receipts for June have eclipsed all
former records. From taxation and
, other minor sources of revenue, re
ceipts are expected to 'amount to
more than $2,250,000,000. Payments
on Liberty bonds and certificates of
indebtedness have yielded nearly
With figures for yesterday and to
day not yet tabulated, expenses for
the entire fiscal year were reported
as follows: Ordinary expenses for
various " government departments,
$7,567,000,000; payments to allies
$4,708,000,000; interest on Liberty
bonds and other public debt items
$175,000,000; federal farm loans (to
be repaid), $65,000,000; Panama canal,
$19,000,000, . In addition $6,747,000,000
certificates issued earlier in the year
were redeemed, $27,362,000 one-year
treasury notes were paid, and $21,536.-
000 national bank and federal reserve i
bank mates .vere retired, , ' j
Receipts for the vrar, without
records of the last two days, were re-1
ported as tollows: Liberty loans.
$7,563,000,000: income and excess pro
fits taxes, $2,115,000,000; miscellaneous
internal sources, $863.00Q,000: war sav
ings and thrift -stamps, $296,000,000;
fusion! ("tariff rPvrnt.-V SI 7S.000.000:
miscellaneous revenue, $287,000,000; j
Panama canal tolls. $5,486,000.
Raw Wool Stock Needed
Now to Supply Troops
Chicago. June 29. A bulletin )i
the national sheep and wool bureau
today states that a large part of the
present raw wool stock in this coun
try, and all of it to be produced or
imported to about June 20, 1920, will
be required for military use. The bul
letin adds that there are large stocks
of manufactured clothing and cloth
on hand adequate for essential civilian
Aviator Harry Noble Falls
On Chanute Field: is Killed
Bloomington, 111., June 29. Avia
tor Harold C. Noble of York, Pa.,
was killed at Chanute field, Rantoul,
111., when his airplane fell. This is
the first fatality at Chanute field.
"Do 'old neonle'
get good results by
practic will not cure
"old age," but Chiro
practic has been used
with success to ward
off the coming of the
condition known as
rri.. i: -
pi Alio ciiwrn uicury
! of Chiropractic is
that the nerves, upon
" 1 which all functions
j of the body depend
aDsoiuteiy, must do
kept vigorous and strong to insure
If the nerves are obstructed or
compressed, the part which they
control suffers. In 95 per cent
of the cases, this obstruction oc
curs in the spine, where the
nerves, as they pass between the
vertebrae are caught by slight
ly dislocated bones.
Readjustment of these bones re
stores the nerve to its normal
state and the ailment disapepars.
Case No. 1060 Case had
frontal headaches, hot flashes,
pain in the small of the back,
weakness in the lower extremeties,
very nervous and slept very
This case took .thirty-six ad
justments and is now well.
People, young and old, and in
nearly every walk of life, have
taken Chiropractic adjustments,
and a vast mapority of them are
passing the good news to some
suffering friend or relative, that
thev, too, may be restored to good
Consultation is free at my of
fice adjustments are $1 or 12
for $10. Outside call3 made by
appointment at $2.50.
DR. BUR HORN
(Palmer School Graduate)
Corner 16th and Farnam Stt.
414-19 Securities Bldg.
Lady Attendant. Doug. 5347.
I; . k
A Vier man npvpr Hops anvthine "small." The strong
man never strikes a fallen foe. If there ever was a time
when business, trades and professions should stand to-
gether for mutual benefit and for a united country it is
- If your little competitor, lacked business acumen, or
sufficient backing to weather the "rough going" don't
glory in his fall don't "kick" him when he is down
you may rouse the Americanism IN HIM with a kick and
make him fight like Pershing's Boys fight over yonder
until you regret you did not extend your hand instead of
Keen competition and personal rivalry have produced
some unpleasantness in $o honorable a profession as
Dentistry, where "being a gentleman" is considered a
pre-requisite to being a dentist, but with the vast army
of dentists constantly being shipped overseas, it behooves
those who are left behind to spend their time in uplifting
the profession, and rendering the public the highest pos
sible quality of service at the least possible cost.
f . Even the kaiser will advise you, "Don't Kick an Amer
ican." Painless Withers
423-428 Securities Bids:.- 16th and Farnam Stt.
Office Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sunday, 9 to 1.
and Shined. Second
Floor Shoe Section.
Buy War Saving
Stamp and Stamp.
Out the Hun.
Sunday, June 30, 1918-
STORE NEWS FOR MONDAY-
-Phone Douglas 137
AT THE ELEVATOR
On this square Monday,,
we will offer a great ac
cumulation of silk rem
nants, lengths 1 to 5
yards; consisting of the
season's best selling
weaves, patterns, color
ings and black, at exactly
half regular price.
Burge-Nah Co. Main Floor
Flags for the "4th"
A S every loyal American
should display the colors
we have arranged
for your selection
a special display
of American flags,
,as well as those of
American flags, 5c to $39.50.
American silk flags, 5c to
Allied flags, including Brit
ish, French, Italian and Bel
Burget-Nash Co. Down Stair Store
Big Three Day Clearaway of
At Prices That Have Been Greatly Reduced
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H kJ v : bls T ,? 01 some Kina ininem n may be the hobby of some to fish, while with others it may
XJ be golf, or tennis, baseball or the like. Whatever spcrt you like, this clearaway affords extraordinary saving
Huvamages on your equipment ana supplies.
That's the way
you may choose
from this big
the best made
lines on the
market today. All offered during
this sale at 20 off the regular
1 lot of tennis racquets reduced
to 79c each.
Beverly tennis racquets re
duced to 98c each.
Wilson club tennis balls reduced
to 29c each.
Tennis nets reduced to $3.25.
Racquet covers at 20 off
Guns and Ammunition
At 15 Off
Guns and ammunition during
this sale offered at a reduction of
15 off the regular marked price.
22-long Rifle shells, box of 50
reduced to 29c.
12-gauge nitro club shells re
duced to 89c box.
About 25 Off
1 lot steel cast
ing rods, 4 to 7
feet, reduced to
1 lot steel cast
ing rods, re
duced to $1.10.
poles reduced to 38c
Tackle boxes reduced to 80c.
Fish line, hook and bobber, re
duced to 8c.
. Fluted spoon baits at 22c.
Reels, assorted kinds, 38c to
Fish lines, 50-foot length, at 15c.
Fish hooks reduced to 2c, 3c and
4c a dozen.
Minnow buckets, at $1.29 and
Sample line of casting rods,
$1.00 to $17.00.
Lights, $1.39 ,
Beacon army flash lights with
Roller Skates, 49c
Ball bearing roller skates re
duced to 49c pair.
Base Ball Goods
Clearaway prices that will clear
up the stock In a hurry. Here's
an idea of what the sale means in
this section Monday.
Base balls, Ashland league, rub
ber center, 5-o. horsehide cover,
reduced to 25c.
Base ball bats, boys' size, . re
duced to 5c
Base ball lor boys reduced to
Base ball for boys, reduced to
Base ball shoes, good quality,
reduced to $1.98.
Croquet Sets 25 Off
4, 6 and 8-ball
sets, in several
styles sets com
plete; at K off
Camp chairs reduced to 6S.
Camp chairs with back, to 8fc.
Burgett-Naih Co. Fourth Floor
Golf Clubs 25 Off
This is indeed
good news for
the golf en
tunity to buy a
club or two that
just suits you
at a saving of the regular price.
And you know we carry the
best lines, too.
1 lot of golf clubs, brassies and
drivers, reduced to $1.39.
Golf balls, Taplow and Wilson
sinker brand, reduced to 49c.
Golf bags, limited quantity re-
V duced to $1.98.
Porch hammocks with stands,
several styles at 15 off regular
Porch Swings, $2.69
Limited quantity, well made,
weathered finish, $2.89.
AeroluxVentilating Porch Shades
Will Make Your Porch the Coolest in Town
AND the most artistic, too, so your friends
will snv wripn vnnr nnrnh ia rnmnlprplw
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aeroluxed. No more will you suffer from the
hot, glaring sun; no more will your porch be
shunned on account of the heat. But it will
be a cool, comfortable, well
ventilated room, usable 24
hours a day, if desired.
3 4x7 -foot shades, $2.00.
4x7 -foot shades, $2.75.
5x7 -foot shades, $3.80.
6x7 -foot shades, $4.50.
8x7 -fool? shades, $6.00.
10x7 -foot shades $8.00.
g MORS HOME
1 TO THB
We Are the Distributors for Omaha of
Close-to-Nature Collapsible Houses
A SPECIAL summer house for your lawn or the camp", that makes
the hottest summer days more pleasant. Open to the air and
cooling breezes on all sides, cool and comfortable for reading, sew
ing or a midday nap; always as cool as the coolest outdoor air. Price
range, $72.00 to $97.75.
Bur(-Nah Co. Fourth Floor
Rug Prices Will Go Higher, Anticipate
Your Needs Here Monday
T Y .taking advantage of our extremely lo w pricea due to buying months 'ago, before
jlt wis ouvauiCi
Sample 9x12 Room-size Rugs
At About 25 Under Wholesale Price
Including French Wiltons, Royal
wntons, Axmmsters, velvets and Brus
sels weaves. Beautiful patterns
and colorings at about 25
per cent under present
9x12 heavy eamle Bruit el rug, $20.00.
9x12 wool, (camlet velvet rut. $37.50
9x12 standard make Axmintter rf rt $30,
9x12 Roval Wilton rua at 18S.OO. , '
9x12 French Wilton weave, worsted face, $81.00.
Congolium, Water Proof Rugs
The most sanitary floor covering on the market today. Large assortment of very pretty designs,
sunauie ior uearoonis, aining room, Kiicnen ana Dam room.
Size 3x4 feet, $1.75. Size 6x9 feet, $6.75.
Size 3x6 feet, $2.00. Size 9x9 feet, $9.75.
Burfcti-Nath Co, Third Floor
Size 9x10 feet, $11.75.
Size 9x12 feet $13.80.
at Special Prices
rUTSIDE Case made of ash, five-wall construction, top-
icing type; ice capacity 75 lbs., special $16.95.
Top-icing type, ice capacity 45
lbs., food chamber white enameled.
Special at $13.50.
Refrigerators, $19 J0
Aparmtent house style, front top
icing, ice capacity 100 lbs. White
enameled food chamber, special,
Illinois three-door, side-icing
type white enameled food chamber,
75 lbs. ice capacity, at $19.50.
Burgett-NaihCo. Down Stair Stor
We have plentiful supplies of
the most wanted articles,
choose from this list of sale
"Corinne" dress shields
regular shapes, sizes No. 2, 19c
pair; No. 3, 21c pair; No. 4, 23c
Sitckerie edging, all colors
and plain white, bolt 12 c.
Lingerie tape, 8-yard pieces
Pearl buttons, white and col
ors, dozen, 5c.
Sew-on hose supporters, pair,
Needle books, all sizes, 50c.
Tracing wheels each, 15c.
Slipper trees, keeps shoes in
shape, pair, 10c.
Skirting belting, yard, 15c.
J & P. Coates' 6-cord thread,
spool, 4c s dozen spools, 45d
Skirt markers, . each, 15c.
Sanitary belts, 25c.
Burget-Nah Co. Main Floor '
A Corner in Cretonnes
at SOc, 75c and $1.00 Yard
TS what1 we call our selection of these charming summer draperies
A displayed on the Third Floor. Beautiful selection of. choice
patterns, all this season's designs, imported and domestic make, fast
..si... . ca mm. i mm i '
i-uiursj ouc. t oc ana ti.uu yara.
Model Draperies, $4.00
Model draperies of cretonnes, all made
and ready to hang; only one of a kind;
to close out, at $4.00 each. ' .
Ready-made light and dark green,
mounted on good rollers:
36x72-inch at 60c.
36x84-inch at 65c.
Dotted Swiss, SOc ,
36-inch, for bedroom curtains; colored
dot, blue, yellow and pink; beautiful quali
ty, 30c yard.
Burgctt-Natfa Co. Third Floor
Mr a jw vw:fi.''-ir
First Payment-Five Cents-Brings You the Best Sewing Machine-
THE "STANDARD" ROTARY
This great "New Era"Club plan srives vou advantftcfis tMt cannot be offered at anv nther timp TWo Va n
charges and no extra expense no drawing no chance no delay. Instead the plan pays cash dividends in advance to those
who will help themselves to the dividends.
Only a Limited Number of "Standard" Sewing Machines forjhis Sale
We have the agency for the STANDARD ROTARY. It is the best sewing machine in the world. This "New Era" sell-'
nCt T 1 n cl flAMrtil'MlirArl n t nil mSmIiJ-m .mMM,w.aJ Ti. i 1 . - 1 L J 1 2 1. . 1 t
icm la iiguieu anu an ugu.,9 icseiveu. it cannoi oe aaverusea oy any otner store nere. N
Take advantage of the cash
dividend offer by reversing the
payments by paying the final
payments first, and in advance
before they are due. For each
final payment you take-up in
advance you get 10 cent cash
dividends. In this way you
can save $3.80 extra on this
$39.00 Standard Rotary in cash
TABLE OF WEEKLY PAYMENTS
$0.05 $0.55 $1.05 $1.55
ltt Week Hth Week 21t Week 81tt Wwt
.10 .60 1.10 1.60
ti Wwk lSt-i Week Ki Week 2d Week
.15 .65 1.15 1 65 t
ti Week 13th Week 28d Week 8d Week
.20 .70 ' 10 1.70
4th Week llth Week z4thVeek 84th Week
.25 .75 1.25 1.75
8th Week 18th Week 28th Week 88th Week
.30 .80 1.30 1.80
tth Week 18th Week 28th Week 88th Week
.35 .85 1.35 1.85
' 1th Week 17th Week 27th Week 87th Week
.40 .80 1.40 .1.90
8th Week 18th Week 28th Week 88th Wfc
.45 .95 1.45 Final fly-
tth Week ltth Week 29th Week ment 113B
.50 1.00 1.50 1.95
10th Week 2th Week 8th Week 39th Week
Six -Drawer style '
the world's best ma
chine, lock and chain
'stitch central needle
I 5c '
then every week you
pay 5 cents more than
the previous week's
UNLIMITED CHOICE Take your choice of any style or type on "New
Era." Terms. There are several styles to select from.
G reist A ttachments
Copyright 1914. by F. C. Hendenum Co.
Come at 8:30 o'clock Monday morning; this
i the uret, afet and moit profitable
agraemant for curing a good machina.
Wo urge you to act quickly bring your
5 cent firtt payment to the department.
The machine will bo delivered at once.
Sewing Leitom Free.
Burgest-Nuh Co. Fourth Floor
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