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THE BEEi OM.VIIA, TUESDAY, JfNE 10, 1)13.
The O C X & vBee-Hive to SUMMER clubs aro becoming more popular nnd moro npprcclatod each season. Eron tho most formal affairs are now ending with Just a Tango or two at tho club. Following tho Koogh-Itosors wedding, aftor the brldo and groom had loft for their trip, tho wedding party wont to tho Country club for tho evening. Saturday evening, aftor the Roberts-Davis ceremony and reception, tho wedding party and guests danced at tho DavlB home on tho porch, but aftor the brldo nnd groom left on an evening train for the east tho wedding party wont from tho station to tho Country club and finished tho evening dancing. Saturday ovenlng there was a largor crowd than usual at tho Field club and over 100 motor cars wore lined up about tho club house. Among tho guests was a prominent bacholor from out in tho stato; ho had motored to Omaha In his newest car, so his host, leaving his own car at homo, went out to the club with his guest. About 11 o'clock they decided to go homo; when tho guest wont to find his car thore worp scores of automobiles and the guest could not tell which was his, for thoro wcro a numbor of tho came make. "Well, hero Is whoro we stay till ovoryono goes homo, and then wo will take the automobile that Is' loft," and his friends loft him Bitting on tho porch of the club watching tho cars leave ono by one. At the Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burkloy will en tertain at dinner next Saturday evening at tho Country club In honor of Mr. and Mrs. C. Will Hamilton, who will spend the summer In Europe Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Nash will entertain at dinner this evening at the Country club In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wllklns of Chicago1.. Covers will be placed for; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wllklns. Mr. mid Mra. Prank Cdlpoztsr. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Mother Colpetrer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Ifountzo. Mr and Mrs. Frederick A. Nash. Mr. C. W. Hull. Mr Robert Lozler of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keellne had as their guests sumlay evening Mrs. Foster ' of Little Hock, Mrs. Isaao Raymond of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Harlcy Moor head. Mr. and Mrs. E. (5, Wcstbrook enter tained Mra. Later of Now York, Mrs. B. W. Nash. Mrs. T. J. Rogers. Captain Spoor of New York, Colonel and Mrs. Hwobe, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Moore. Together wero Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stew art and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Burns. At another tablo were Mrs. Frederick Lake. Ms. Harry Doorlcy, Miss Klla.Mae Brown and Mlta Frances Wessells. Together were Miss Ella Zabcl of Mil waukee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaton nnd Guy Furay. Miss Mildred Rogers will entertain at luncheon Tuesday at the club for Miss Ella Zabel. guest of Mrs. Charles Beaton. Mrs. II. II. Baldrlgo entertained twelve guests at luncheon today at tho club. j Gestring-Berglund Wedding. j A pretty wedding was Boiemnixou Saturday ovenlng at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Malm. 620 North Thirty-second streets, when Miss Bcda Bcrglund and William H. Gestrlng wero united In mar riage by the Rov. Mr. Carlson of Zlon Lutheran church. 1'recocdlng tho cere mony "Oh, ITomlso Mo" was Bung by Miss May Sorenson, accompanied by Mr. Raymond Malm. The Lohengrin wed ding march was played by Miss Sorenson and tho double rlpg ceremony waa used, Miss Edith Krants carried both rings In a basket of sweet peas. Mr. Tago Bcrg lund acted as best man and tho brldo. who was unaccompanied, was given away by her brother, Mr. Linus Berg-lund. Th brldo wore a gown of hand-cm-brotdered batiste and carried whlto roses and sweet peas. A color scheme was carried out In pink and whlto and the rooms wore decorated with palms and cut flowers. In the din ing room a largo basket of pink flowers with pink tullo streamers wero used as a centerpiece, Mr. and Mrs. (lestrlng will be at homo after July 1 at 6J0 North Thirty-second street. Announcement Luncheon. An announcement luncheon was given Saturday by Mrs. F. L. Ruble. 4513 Cali fornia street, for her sister, Miss lreno L. Miner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Miner, announcing her engagement to H. Clydo Edmundson of Spokane. Wash., formerly of Omaha, tho wedding to take place in August. Tho color scheme was pink and green and peonies, pink roso buds, smtlax nnd ferns were used. Covers wero laid for eighteen and Individ ual baskets, filled with flowers, concealed email envelopts sealed with hearts ana bearing names of Irene L. Miner and 1L Clyde Edmundson. Largo baskets filled wth pink roses and daises, tied with pink and green tulle, wero In the center of the table. Covers were laid for: TEA PARTY DRESS OF BANANA SILK 0REP0N. lly LA ItACONTEUSE. Tea pnrty dress of "banana" silk crcpon. Tho bodtco is made of two-bored braces, edged on each sldo by a piping of the material on the mtddlo front rise two crossed points, held up over tho braces by five silk buttons and loops. Sams effects nt the back. Tho yoko Is made of (v crossed net and of application lace, making at tho buck a "medlcls" collar. Tho half sleeves were "made of a high application lace. Tho belt Is of draped crepon knotted In the front A small tunic, opened on the side front lengthens In an Irregular form. The skirt, draped. la crossed over tho loft side, raised at the back over tho tunlo to tho belt. Small split at tho foot. Barrbarossa of the North German Lloyd line Saturday from New York for Naples and Qenoa via Gibraltar and Algiers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Bridge and daugh ter, Miss Ivy Bridge, ot London, havs arrived ta spend threo months with Otto Bridge and Fred G. Bridge, sons of Mrs. Bridge. Mr. Bridge Is k member of the Westminster city council of London. Miss Katherlne Harriet Denman ot Rapid City, S. D spent the week end In the city as tho guest ot her aunt. Mrs. Katherlne Wells. Sho left Sunday even ing for Grlnnell, la., where sho will at tend tho exercises of tho college where she graduated. She will return In two weeks and will mako a visit of several weeks with her aunt before going to her new home In Lincoln. Barton Millard has gone to Saulte Stc. Marie to look after Interests there. Miss Frances Whiting of Grand Havens, Mich., Is expected next month to visit Mrs. Samuel Rees, Jr. Celestials Give Spenasey a Touch of "Yellow Peril" While Joe Bpenasey, living nt the Stato hotel, was taking a walk on lower Doug las street with a gentleman friend, he suddenly felt pangs ot hunger and Invited his companion to Join htm at tho Golden Eagle restaurant, Twelfth and Douglas streets, nnd partake of a bowl ot straw berries and cream . As they wero engaged In stowing away this dollcacy, the sight of an "Honest Japaneso Schoolboy" behind the counter reminded Spenasey of that much mooted California disturbance, and with a good deal of eloquence he began a discourse on tho subject. "By gosh, thoao California falters are all right. We don't wan't no lemon coated, slant-eyed heathen owing our good Ameri can soil. 'I wish wo had a law llko that In No- braskc," remarked Joo to his friend, who, busily engaged In reducing the straw berry crop, nodded In assent. "You bet If America and Japan ever come to a ngnt i n ncip iick tne Yellow Peril." At this Juncture the "Honest Japanese Schoolboy"' picked from the shelf a "china" plate a quarter-Inch thick, and gliding nimbly from behind the counter, proceeded to demolish tho same upon the unprotected domo of Spenasey's head In the commotion that ensued, the whole Japanese, educational system must havo been dismissed, for a horde of "Hon est Japanese Schoolboys" appeared on the scene and practiced Jlu Jltsu, hart karl and other native exercises, over and around tho frame and features ot Spenasey. Judge Altstadt dismissed Hughle Sing and his brethren In police court this morning. BANKS SHOW JEALTHY GAIN Big Increase in Deposits Over Same Time One Year Ago. GAIN OVER THE APRIL CALL One Yrar Aro the Local Ilanks Hurt Seven Million on Deposit for Pnrchaae of the Omaha Water WrU. Omaha banks made a healthy gain In deposits, according to figures given In response to the call of the national comp troller for business ending June 4. The statements ' show that on June 14, 1912, there was on deposit In the Omaha banks f&8,!Kt,61S, as compared with 159,873,121 on Juno 4 this year. A smalt loss appears In the loans, but It Is a very trifling amount. Bankers consider the gain this year to be one ot the greatest In the history ot the local banking business, as last year at this time there was on deposit over 17,000,000, the proceeds of the water company sals to the city ot Omaha. The deposits this year show a gain with this amount figured in last year's deposits, although It was there but temporarily. The country bank balances are low, but despite this fact the banks show a gain. Following Is a table of present state ment compared with deposits and loans of the last call, April 4, and that of a year ago: Deposits. June 14. '12. June 4. '11 Omaha National 112,192.06a 111,680.435 j'lrst national S. National Merchants National... Stock Yards Nat'l..... City National Packers National Nebraska National.... Corn Exchange Nat'l. Live Stock Nat'l state Bank ot Omaha. Total SS8.9G4.618 t59.S7S.Ul Loans. Juno 14. '12. June 4. '13. Omaha National t 8,157,876 S 7,183.233 First National 8,389,048 8.4S8.17S U. S. National..... 7.683.026 7.469.648 Merchants National..., 4,864,7:3 4,632,726 Stock Yards Nat'l 4,816.703 4,657,824 City National 1,794,989 2,190,482 l'asKers National 1,379.686 l.trt.vu Nebraska National 1.400.995 1.082.804 Corn Exchange Nat'l.. 1,324.013 1.400.666 Live Stock Nat'l 1,098,050 1,194,177 State Bank of Omaha 791,955 Totals $41,009,113 $40,313,842 Deposits. ADrll 4. '13. Juno 4 '13. Omaha National $12,381,620 $11,680,435 First National 12.340.076 12,091,171 IJ. 8. National 10,278,101 10,635,085 Merchants National,... 6,190,147 6.308,072 HtneV Yards Nat'l 1.128.351 7.428.908 City National 3,121.068 2,127,400 Packers National z.iui.sm Nebraska National 1,96S,1 1.TZ7.65T Cam Exchange Nat'l.. 1.634.076 1.667.012 .ive Ktock Nat'l i.i6t.sw z,3,vus Stato Bank ot Omaha.. 679,393 cys.au Colonel Cody Wires He is All Well Again Colonel William F. Cody (Buffalo BIllj, who was taken 111 In Knoxvlto, Tenn., and was reported In a dangerous condi tion, has sent Mayor Dahlman tho fol lowing wire: "Am O. K. Newspapers trying to kill mo off again." Colonel Bill McCune, Cody's right-hand man, telegraphed him asking how he was. Cody replied that ho would be In Omaha July IE and that ho Is now on his way to Atlanta, where he will bo ablo to appear In his carriage and publicly deny tho rumor that ho- Is dangerously 111. Misses Grace Uronln, Carrlo Worth, Mabel Fulton. Olive Seymour, ICato MeVey, Jetsto Plerson, Florence Dooley. Irene L. Miner. Misses Gladys Morrill. Josephine Ruble, Uraco Ruble, Flower Alexander, Jewel Alexander, Vera Ryerson. Eunice Holmes, Ida Proctor. Carrie Mayer. Mrs. a F. Hayden. Assisting were Mrs. J. a. Miner, Mrs. J. a. Edmundson, Mrs- F. L. Ruble. At Happy Hollow. Miss Harriet Copier was hostess at luncheon today at Happy Hollow In honor of Miss Katherlne Kmc. who will bo a June bride. Sweet psns were used tn decoration and covers were placed for Iwenty-one. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. McDonald will entertain at a. lama dinner party Satur day ovenlng at Happy Hollow In eompll tnent to Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Wilson, who will leave shortly for Chicago to make Beautify the Complexion their homo. Twenty-four guests will be present at tho dinner. Sundey ovenlng suppers at the club wero given by J. L. Adams, whd had four guests; K. T. Manning, six) C. 11. Bash ford, three: E. A. Benson, three; H. Cul ver, five; F. R, Dufrene, four; D. M. Udgerly, two; W. It. Gates, two; It. A. Hathaway, two; A. C. Klopp. six; C. H. Marley, two; Dr. W. F. Mllroy. five; Dr. C. O. Peterson, threo; A. F. Prentiss, three; Miss Rqm, two; A. B. Somers, four; W. G. Shrlvor, two; C. S. Stebblns, two; Judgo Slabaugh, eight! Slbbernsen, four. i Pleasures Past. Miss Esther Nelson entertained a card party at her home, 3086 Curtis avenue. Prizes wero won by Miss Ella Kupde and Mr. Hemy Wcnnnghoff and Miss Linnet Pearson and Mr. William Jorgemen. The rooms wcro decorated In pink nnd green. Those present were: COMMERCIAL CLUB TALKS DOLLAR GAS ORDINANCE T. W. McCullough, managing editor ot The Beo; W. C. Lambert, city attorney, and W. H. Herdman, representing tho Omaha Gas company, made reports on the proposed dollar gas ordtnanco to the municipal affairs committee ot tho Com mercial club Monday noon. A general discussion followed the re ports, In which no decision for any action was reached nnd McCullough and F. J. Taggart wero appointed a committee to mako a final report on the ordlnanco at the next meeting. A definite report will probably bo made then and the committee probably will taka some action. The question will bo mado a special order of business again at the next meeting. Misses Llnnea Pearson. Carol Kuennc. Hulda Armurust. Allda Johnston, Anna Lljrgren, aicssrs. Henry Bock. Harry Reltsohke. William Jorgensen, Roy Pearson, MIsscb Ella Kunde. Esther Nelson. Wllholmenla Arm- brust, Messrs. Carl lUthke. Henry Wennlnghoff. Roy Boilers, l4tngford Beecroft. IN TEN DAYS Nadinola CREAM The Unequslcd Btautitttr USD AND INDORSED nr thousands Guaranteed to remove, tan, freckles, pimple, liver spots, etc. Extreme cases about twenty days. and tissues of Impurities. skin clear, soft, healthy. $1.00. iiy toilet Kds pores sves the Two tires, 50c and seuatert or mall. JiATtOHAJ, TOllXT COMPANY. JWii. Tmm. Sold by Sherman 4fc MeConn!l Drug Co.. Owl Drug Co.. Loyal Pharmaey. The iarvard and "there Celebrates Birthday. Mrs. A. W. Nelson entertained Sunday uvenlng at supper at her homo In cele bration of her birthday. A cake formed tho centerpiece for tho table. Tho guests wero: Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nelson, Mr. and Mra. W. T. Hansen, Mrs. Mario Bonds, Misses Laura Nielsen, Bvelyn Nelson, Tova Nelson, Gertrude Nelson, Messrs. Leroy Wilson. Laurs Hansen, J. K. Nelson. At the Field ClubT" Mr. and Mrs. Fred Met wilt entertain Khirty-four guests at a dlnner-daneo this evening at the olub for Miss Katherlne KruK and Mr. Charles Metx. Kntsrtalnlng at suppar Sunday evening at the club wore Qsorge Kngler. who had four guests; It. Mttz, four; IS. 11. Car- rigUH. five; W. J. Coad, two; J. W, Hughes. 2. For the Future, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Kahn Will be at homo Wednesday afternoon and evening In honor ot ttn confirmation of their sen. Moses Kdwln Kahn. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson will entertain Wednesday In honor ot their son. Sidney, who will bo confirmed at Temple lereal. EST AM HEALTH TO MOTHER AKO CHILD. Kts. WiXlLaVV Booth i no Bvsup baa ban Medfefftrrer HIXTY YKAXbby MlLUONb o( MOTU8K8 lot ineir tnw.UKJin wjui.m TSKTII1N0. with FKRHKCT BUCC1I6B. It hOO?HX tfte CIULU. BOITBNtt the GUMS. ALLAYS all TAIN t CURH8 WIND COLIC and Stbs Utt remedy tor U1ABKIICBA. , It is ab saletdy hsmks. V sure and ask for "Mrs. WiuWw's BocthlBg Syrup." and Ulr ""jst Ud. Twsv&vcccstalKtUc- In and Out of the Bee Hire. Mrs. Loon Tettelbaum of Now York City, nwi Miss Hattle Natthan. arrived Thursday to be tlm guest of htr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nathan; for. an In definite period. Murr uatta or Tokamah spent tho weeK end visiting friends In Omaha. A. L. Mehler and N. IV Updike Wft Friday evening for a fishing trip. Rev. Jehn Xopolotnlk. waa among the passengers sailing on th steamship AN1T0R AS THE CASS SCHOOL DROPS DEAD Fred K. Lefovlo, Janitor at tho Cass school, dropped dead yesterday with valvular heart trouble. While Dr. Holo- votchlner was visiting the school recently ho noticed Lefevlo's pale complexion and asked tho man to let him feel his pulse. You're not a well enough man to work," said tho doctor. But Lofevlo laughed the warning off ns a joke. as PKESERVE ffiBYSS With CUTICUf Ik SOAP Assisted when necessary by Cuticura Ointment. They keep the skin and scalp dean and clear, sweet ana neauny besides boothing irritations which often prevent sleep and if neglected become chronic disfigurements. Cutldura Rain ul OlltmUt Kid IhnstlltlOUt tb vcrtl. Lltmtl ssnpU t uUl It. U s-p. book. ASdrw "CuUcui. Dtpt. TR. Dattoa. MrUm wb iUm sad staBisM wtta CuUrar Botp tu Ss4 It taut tor sua saa snip. 11.762.167 10,921,44 6,S29,SS3 6,811,023 3.050,184 2,129,576 1.J78.300 1,554,900 1.734,897 12,001,1' 10.635.CKi8 6,303.072 7,423,903 3,127,400 2,233.366 1,727.667 1.667,012 2,376.063 638,947 KEEP OFF GRASS IN PARKS i Misdemeanor for Anyone to Beoline on the Grassy Carpet ALL MUST SIT ON THE BENCHES Totals 58,613,06S 159,873.121 Loans. April 4. '13. June 4 '13. Omaha National 3 7,612,304 First National s.uzmvi V. 8. National 7,342,300 Merchants National.... Stock Yards Nat'l 4.234,906 City NaUonal 2,183,023 Packers National 1.371,602 Nebraska NaUonal 1,071.624 Corn Exchango Nat'l.. I.JJZ.sm Live Stock Nat'l 1,078,085 Btate Bank of Omaha.. 628,152 3 7.183.233 8.448,176 7,459,548 4,632.724 4,667,324 2,190,482 1,272,921 1.032,804 1,400,556 1,14,117 791,966 Totals 139,819.004 340,313,843 Silverware Used in Best Families of South at EdMmte In favor for many years among tl fine old families of tho south and east has been a silverware which Is known known throughout tho country as Balti more sliver. It Is a plate that Is unex. celled in beauty and elaborate design. It Is a snowy silver, or rather it gives such an lmproaston. Tho design Is so fine, tho workmunshlp so excellent and tho whole execution bo much out ot tho ordlnnry that tho finished silverware Is a thing- which Is admired by persons who know the best when they see It. Albert Edholm, Harney and Sixteenth streets. Is showing In Omaha for the first time a large selection of this tine Bam more silver. In wall cases in this Jewelry store this silverware ja now uiBpiayea, Visitors to tho storo aro attracted by tho rloh beauty of tho showing Shimmer ing there beneath tho lights of the store, this Baltimore creation gives an Impres sion ot snowy white. Each Piece Is such a handsome article, sii majestic In It elaborate beauty, and so attractive. that comments aro always mado upon It For many years this Baltimore bllver has been purchased by tho host families of tha country. There Ss no better, anu iu therefore, Is Just tho kind of silver that makos the best wedding or graduation present, for tho reclpltnt knows that Bal Mmnr silver Is tho best that can bo bought. And one who gives such realizes that he Is buying tho best and ha knows that the one who re celvos tho gift will be delighted, more than If the present wero some atticlo or unknown value. People appreciate tnoae thlnsa which they aro familiar witn. ana there Is no family In all tho country that does not know that Baltimore silver is tho best. LADIES' AID SOCIETY TO GIVE SCOTCH PROGRAM a Scotch program will bo gtvon at the University ot Omaha auditorium, Twenty- ,.iirth and Evans streets, una even i ot x o'clock under the auspices ot the Ladlos" Aid society oi me rirs uiuwu Presbyterian church. Th orosram loliows m-hi.mi Film:. Misses ltlslop and uritiuu- ...... ,, w-ii. ' Tlr,r. nnrc ... . ...... 7Mtftf. juiss " . Rrtttan and Hlalnn hwoto uar. r.'si,r r.k ir.;: Bong. er V10l "".- t..i,.. ft. rhnnun vtoiin soio. -,--,.- A- .mnllr Hill uruviivw, V" .......... , dDt. - Larboard Watch." Mr. Watson, NIB T,..v...nrt llmM. Messrs quauei. c "?.,:, ,, Henderson. " - in.. Mtrinn uriiinn. & "My NannleV Awa,;; Mri." Henry JSorn'rrMtssVa-llTslop. Graham, ong and -eel. Mr. John McTaggart The Ilrtlllant Stnrs ot June. v tho end ot Juno, Mars. Venus, Sat nrn mi Judter will att be morning stars, but Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Is at alt th0 msflicin ior much, eolds. oroup and whooping cough. a aoA tn June Is as npt to develop Into bronchitis or i-neuroonla as at any other Urn, hut not If Foley's Honey and Tar Cempound Is tsAe. It win surety neaa off tb cold, asu i.aal the iniiamea mem branes. Tho nettuln n a yellow package. For salb by alt dealers, everywhere. jvq vertlsement try- these bpices Next Bake-day Use them in cakes, pies, pickles, preserves, jams with any recipe calling for spices. Their zestfulness penetrates and enriches every particle of the food as no other spices can TONE'S Spices are always fresh and flavorful with that rare, appetizing taste that can come only from best spices, properly cleaned, packed and sold. We honestly believe that no other spices equal Tone's in genuine goodness and economy. Bett grocen carry oil kinds of Tone' Spieew. Alwayt 10c a package. Try them. TONE BROTHERS Des. Moines, Iowa DtknJvmtHhmfamomt OU ColJtn Ccfftt. Pspper Sslson Clnnsmrm CIoym Mnstard Gtagsr Albplca Caysnna Fsppsr Sis Natxrwg Wbl. Mlx4 Piddisi Splco aodaHotiwra Anyone In Liable to Fine tor Wnlk- lnn on Any bat Beaten Paths Says Law la Aimed at Jefferson Square. Jefferson square, goal of. tho footsore and the weary, must ceaso to exist as a loafing center and a rostrum for social ists, free thinkers, anarchists and soap box orators, Joe B, Hummel, park com missioner, has ordained It and the city commissioners have said that It will be so. Hummel Introduced an ordinance at the meeting of the commission, making It a misdemeanor for any person to recline or. tho grassy carpet In any park, to make speeches to his brethren gathered there, or even to walk on tho earth In said park along any but tho beaten paths This ordinance refers to all parks under the park commissioner's control, but Hummel says It strikes at the conglom erate crew which has enjoyed Jefferson park so long that the memory of men runneth not to tho contrary. Further the ordlnanco provides for the protection of boulevards, that beer wagons, garbage vehicles and delivery wagons propelled by exploding gasoline drive not on boulevards or through parks without permission of the park commis sioner. "Times havo changed." said Hummel, arguing for his ordinance. "Vehicles of heavy make are now propelled by gaso line and they mako free use of tho boulevards. It Is time to stop It." Tho council agreed and recommended the or dlnatico for passage. It la further provided In the ordinance that drunken men be not permitted in parks, that no games ot chance or any business be transacted therein and that patrons of tho parka bo required to sit on benches provided for them and not on the grass or the flower beds. "That's for Jefferson square," said Hummel when the clause referring to drunken men and loafers was read by tho chairman. Autos are forbidden to travel at a rate of speed greater than twelve mllqs an hour on these boulevards. Hummel says the boulevards are being all torn up by heavy traffic. The commissioners ap proved his ordinance after asking htm if he hadn't left out something. The or dinance wilt be placed on its first read ing Tuesday morning. City Wins Fight to Increase the Taxes After months of legal battling the city has won Its fight to make the assess ments of about 30,000,000 worth of prop erty on Karnam street stick, over the pro tests of the owners and agents who con tended they had not been given notice of the Increase. Judge, Ben Baker, city corporation counsel, and' Assistant City Attorney Lambert, contended that under the stat ute no notice was necessary. The case was tried in Judge Troup's court and decided in favor of the city today. Approximately 102,000 in taxes' was in volved. Some of the building affected were: .Myers-tilllcn. Board of Trade, Brown block and Woodmen of tho World building. SBBBSSBSlssSBBBBBSBBSBBB SB RBsKSSSBBBBBBBSBBBtSSBBBSBSSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsfl J