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Students Who Will Publish the "Commerce" JOHN A. SWANSON, Pros. WM. L. IIOLZMAN, Troas. id Monday Positively the Last Day of tk& Nebraska's THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 15, 1913. . 8w ii T7 1 1 r "jB Big Corporations' Must Appear Before Equalization Board faost of Omaha's biggest corporations are to be summoned before the Board of Equalization, with the probability facing them of large Increases In tax assess ments. The American Smelting and Ro fining company already has been cited to appear and has been Informed that the valuation of Its improvements on the land which It lenses from the Union Pa cific probably will be raised from JGOO, 000 to $700,000. Frank Bent of the board Is Investigating taxes paid by all the other great .corporations. The Investigation Includes thn street railway company, which Is now assessed at $7,000,000, arttlal value, und which, members of the board said, Is likely .to draw a substantial Increase. I - The Nebraska Telephone company, whose property Is now valued at $1,600, 000, representing an Increase nf only $30, 000 since taking over the Independent company; the Western Union Telegraph company, now assessed at $1,000,000; the Omaha Electric Light company, assessed at J2.S5O.O0O; the American Express com pany, assessed at $131,550, and the Postal Telegraph company, assessed at $30,000, ore others who will have to come before the board and be asked why they should not pay more taxes. Grocers to Picnic With Butchers at , v Erug's Wednesday The grocers declare they have ceased to be rain makers and will, have one of the biggest picnics they have ever had, vhen "all close-up Bhop and go to Krug pork Thursday. All grocery stores and butcher fishops will be, closed tight that day and '"customer's, are being informed that their orders .must ' come in the day before to : be JIHed.' ' w From 8,000 to 10,000 persons are" ex pected at the park for the picnic. Those who will not carry their lunches there 1 will be provided for by cafes on the grounds. The program committee from the grocers and butchers has completed a list o events to take place during the afternoon. There will be a tug of war, a sack rape, string winding contest, boys' race, girls" race, women's race and men's races. rJ U. ASStSArr BUSmCtS AMiO V ASSISTANT SDITO ABOtmrt assistant sfinn ANTON JELINEK GETS VERDICT FOR DAMAGES Anton Jellnek, who, as many other per sons do, stepped off a street par while it was moving, und who sued the company for $20,000 damages for injuries sustained when ho fell, was given a verdict or $500 by a Jury In district court. He alleged the conductor advised him to get off at Twenty-second and Cuming streets while the Car was moving. SHARES BED WITH STRANGER WHO TAKES WATCH AND CASH O. C. Gossage of BloUX City, la., stop ping at the State hotel, fell for the hard luck story of a stranger Friday evening and offered to share his bed with the man. The stranger accepted the offer, then took a gold watch and $30 In cash while Gossage was sleeping, . SEEKING NEW IDEAS FOR NEW OMAHA PRINTING CO. PLANT In an attempt to-t modern and up-to- date Ideas for the Omaha Printing com pany's new building' on the site of the Dewey hotel, Frank I. .Elllck has gone to visit the print shops at Chicago, De troit,, Cleveland, St. Louis and Kansas City. The Persistent and Judicious Us nf Newspaper Advertisings is the Road tc Business Success. What Women Are v Doing in the World fT Something New The well-known table, beverage, POSTUM now comes in t New Form Called Instant Postum '4... A delicious drink absolutely free from the coffee drug, caffeine. . A level, teaspoonful of Instant Postum in an ordinary cup of hot water dissolves instantly and makes it right for most persons. A big cup requires more mod some people who like strong things put in a heaping spoonful and temper it with a large supply of cream. Experiment until you' know the amount that pleases your palate and have it served that way in the future, Postum comes in two forms, Regular (jnust be boiled). Instant Postum doesn't require boiling but is pro pared instantly by stirring a level teaspoonful in a cup of hot water. HE summer season has not affected the work of the suffragists, and they are all busy working for the move ment. Mrs. W. K. Shaffer will entertain the local mem bers at a suffrage tea at her home on Wednesday afternoon. Miss Jean nette Rankin, an officer of the National Suffrage association, has been a visitor In the city this week and her suggestion to the Omaha women for their campaign work Is to give up all other duties .out side the homo and work for suffrage un til November, 1914. At that time Miss Rankin Is sure the Nebraska women will have the ballot If the work Is persistent. Mrs. II. C. Sumncy entertained at lunoh qon for her at the Field club Friday when sovcral officers of the state and local societies were present. She was the guest of the Lincoln Suffrage society Wednes day. An enthusiastic mass, meeting was held Thursday afternoon In'South Omaha at the home of Mrs. George Copper. Mrs. Copper Is a prominent suffragist and, was the organizer of the society which was formed at her home at that time. She was elected by- the new so ciety to read the Declaration of Inde pendence at the public celebration which will be given In one of the parks of that city on July 4. Mrs. C.- W. Hayes, president of the Omaha Woman's club, returned Wednes day from Manchester, la., where she 'made a visit of a month with her sister. Mrs. C. W. Costlgan, president of the Denver Woman's club, will be the guest at a luncheon given by the Omaha Wom an's club at Happy Hollow Saturday, June 21. The afternoon vesper service at the Toung" Women's Christian association, held In the second floor parlor at 4:3o, will be one. of the more Informal meetings that are held, during tho warmer months. Miss Lawrence will give a talk on "The Vision of Sir Launfal," and the modern quest of the holy gralL There will be .special music and the social hour fol lowing at 5:30. AH young women are Invited.- All girls of the city are very cordially Invited to the general association party to be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The weather permitting, it will be held on the roof garden, - and will be a Japan ese party. Miss Pansy Williams, a graduate of thi domestic science department of the Uni versity of Omaha, will commence a class. Compare Onr Fries With Others Millinery Comparison Sale Compare , Onr Xrloa With Others The clever Omaha women shoppers will not bo nt all surprised to know that our Comparison Sale was a suwchn and Hint every salo hold by tho Nebraska's New Millinery Department wa successful. WHY OUR SALES ARB SUCCKSSKUIj Ih because, wo offer only tlcslrnblo millinery ate very sale. Wo give tbo article that wo advertise, and Runranteo every purchase. Our Kuarnntco moans your money back If you aro not satisfied. OUR COMPARISON SALE MEANS conipnro our quality, our stylos and our prices, then if It Is not tho best and newest millinery at the lowest price, wo will gladly refund your money. . Morning Special to Early Shoppers 8 a. m. to 12 m. 100 Newly Trimmed Hats, worth up to $7.50, while thoy last 49c Ratine Hats, puro white, worth 98c, Monday Special. Newly Trimmed Hat3, that were made to Monday Special. . . . Newly' Trimijied Hats, that were macio to sell for $12.98, Monday Special Genuine Imported Leghorn Hats, worth S-fi48 $7.98, Mon- f day Special imported Flowers In all the now ost creations, worth up to 98c, Monday 5tf lOd 196 29 39i Thousands of Fancy Feathers and suck-ups, worm ubc, won day Special 2 3 Morning Special t Early Shoppers S a. m. to 12 m. 19c 19c For Monday only we offer our entire stock of Paradise, Aigrettes, French and Willow Plumes, just marked price 300 Untrimmed Hats, in ev ery color and style, worth $1.98, Monday Untrimmed Hats, Jf worth $2.98, Mon- if day fj This lot consists of beautiful Hemp and Tagals that usually soil for 12.98, Monday 79c. Untrimmed Hats, worth $3.98, Monday Theso hats come in all the nowest colors, including white and black. Leghorn Hats, g worth. $3.98, UJlf Monday 7MXt Imported Milan Hats, that sold for $5.98, St Oft 98c $7.98 and $8.98, Monday. Theso are the popular shapes of tho season. In every color, Monday $3.98. We design arid trim hats free v4QHMA ' llllllll ,j 1 1 Ml 'il1 ''PPfl 'f IT"hHVMI II MM MHgHHI"1 X We design, and trim hats free ORGAKIZER P0R SOUTH OMAHA SUFFRAGE LEAGUE. MBS. Q. P. COPPER,' In lummer sewing at the association Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30 to IS o'clock. This class begins this week. Miss Annetta Noursa will begin a class for little girls under 16 next week to meet Monday and Wednesday morn ings. The summer Itlble class In the "Out of Door Teachings of Jesus," will mtet Tuesday aventngs with Miss Ilagler. Those Interested should Inquire at the general office. This class is open to all young women. The Sunshine club of the George A. Custer Woman's Relief corps will meet Tuesday afternoon at the hofrie of Mrs. Johnson In Benson. The Comua olub will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. P. Gronk In South Omaha at 3:80 o'clooK, Mrs. C O. Everson entertained the members of the Good Times olub Thurs day afternoon. TrUea were won by Mrs. Celanoy, Mrs. James Wright, Mrs. Lea Bridges and Mrs. FendergAst The next meeting of the olub will ba at th homo of Mrs. Mulflnrer June 2. Lexlnston has arranged to have a suf frage address by Mrs. Harriet Heller of Omaha, on tho Fourth of July program. Most of the summer chautauquaa will also secure something on the question for their programs. The Initiative petitions for equal suf frage will be put In circulation about July 16.. Active circulation la desired In more than forty counties as a starter by tho suffragists. The Omnha Woman's olub of railway. mall service will hold Its annual business meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. David C. Dodds, 4S32 Cass street, when the officers for the coming year will be elected. The West Side union of the Women's Christian Temperance union will hold Its regular meeting Thursday afternoon, June 19, In llanscom park. The program of the afternoon will be on medical tem perance. The Omaha Suffrage association will give a suffrage tea Wednesday after noon at the home of Mrs. W. K. Shofer, 4818 Capitol avenue. Following an In formal reception a musical program will be given. Short talks on suffrage will be made by Mrs. Draper Smith and Mra. W. C. Sunderland. A question box wilt ba In charge of Miss Anna Peterson. Mrs. C. W. Bergen, 3349 Charles street, entertained the Serins Literary clut at 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday, June 11. Mrs. Ernest Bergen was guest of the club and Mrs, P. I Phlas terer was elected a mem ber, Tho luncheon was preceded by elec tion of officers, as follows: Mrs. O, T. Llndley, president; Mrs. C. W. Bergen, vice president; Mrs, R. U Smith, secretary; Mrs. Paul A. Them&n son, treasurer; Mrs, B. n. Huwley, re porter, phone Webster 1320. The presi dent appointed a committee of four to prepare the program of the year. Mrs. O. T. Llmlley will entertain the olub at Carter Lake olub In five weeks, at the annual picnic Those present were: Mrs. B. R. Hawley, Mrs, P. U Phlasterer, Mrs. Paul A. Themanson, Mrs. IS. II. Barnes, Mrs. O. T. Llndley, Mrs. J. H. Fritz Muller's Concession .at San Francislo Exposition Nuremburg, "Jewel among the ancient cities of German)," will be represented at the Panama-Pacific International ex position of San Francisco, by a reproduc tion of 1U historic market place. This concession will be presented by Frits Muller and . sons of Omaha,, and will involve an estimated expenditure In In stallation of 125,000. - Nuremburg Is probably the quaintest point in the old world. It Is today the only one of the great cities of the Oer man empire which has preserved Its medieval appearance. One of the wealth iest cities of Kurope, it has ever been a center of art and invention. In the sixteenth century the city reached its climax In artistic achievement. Names like Albrccht Barer, the greatest of all German painters bis taachtr, Ulchal Wolgemut, the sculptor; Adam Kraft, tho wood carver; Celt Stoss, the gold smith; Weniel Jamnltzer, the kjlass painter; Velt Hlrschvogel, the discoverer; Martin Beholm, who mad the first globe, and the famous slnsr and poet, Hans Sachs, whose life was so wonderfully por trayed by Richard Wagner In tils opera, "Die Melstersaenger," were inscribed upon the pages of history At Nurem burg citizenship doting back many cen turies was mor highly valued than a patent to the nobility. At the concession, nrhlch will reproduce the city's famous municipal hall, known as the "Rathhaus," Durers decorations in the council cham ber will be reproduced, as also will the works of Kraft, Velt Stoss and others A great Bavarian orchestra will add to the historic atmosphere of the concession by rendering tha haunting strains of its native lan Miss Wlllma Bruce, piano solo; Mls Amelia Griffin, yocal; Miss artrud Weeth. piano solo; a violin and pland number by Misses Blleanor and Emily! Lear; a dance by little Frances Harrison; yocal solo by Miss Moore, and several Interesting recitations by Winifred Travis, After this Program refrnnhmnnta wa Goodrich, Mrs. J. P. Barnhart, Mrs. R. served. Two guest days aro given a vin L. Smith, Mrs, a W. Bergen, Miss Lll-jnnd this was tha second ona. THREE HUNDRED ARE DROWNED NEAR BOMBAt BOMBAT, India, June H. Floods cost, the loss of 300 Uvea today in the Palltanc district on the peninsula of Kathlawar to the north of Bombay on the Arabian sea. The Inundations were caused by heavy rains. Han Gwlnn. The Woman's auxiliary to the Typo graphical union will meat at the home of Mrs. F. J. Sullivan next Monday, TVs new officers of tha auxiliary are; Presi dent. Mrs. B. L. Plats; vice president, Mrs. Harry Ingalls; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. P. J. Boyle; delegate, Mrs. F. A. Kennedy; alternate, Mrs. -n. F. Glider. One of the most Interesting meetings of the Prairie Park Needlecraft club since Its organization wasi held Tuesday, June 10. f The hostesses for the afternoon, with Mrs. B. L. Grout as chairman, were Mrs. C. Granden, Mrs. W. L. Olllls, Mrs. Charles Fletcher, Mrs, E. Hagenslck, Mrs. W. S. Hampton, Mrs. B. O. King, Mrs. R. L. Kent, Mrs. M. S. Kent, Mrs. Harry Lane, Mrs. E. H. Jeffers and Mrs. E, a Lucas. An Interesting program was given by AVIATOR IS KILLED BY FALL OF THOUSAND FEET LISBON, rortugal, June 1LA. Portu guese aviator named Manlo waa killed today through tha collapse of his aero plane when he was flying at a height cf 1,000 feet. Tha Persistent and Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising Is tha Road ti Business Success. KHAR NO formula has had the largest sale of any MEDICINE IN THE WORLD bsMsssssssssssssHbs. Insist on Your Drug gist for This Remedy Because it is the formula of Peruaa prior to 1906. It is the Best Remedy for Coughs, Colds and all Catarrhal ills. It is the Best Tonic on the mar ket Its formula has had more en dorsements of people cured than any other remedy. Katarno as a preven iativc of coughs and colds, and to stimulate the appetite and aid di gestion cannot be excelled. No home can afford to be without Katarno. Get a bottle at once. Send for free booklet. KATARNO COMPANY, Columbus, Ohio 3 An Ideal Gift for $9.50 An Elgin watch will be appreciated by tha girl cr boy graduate the bride or groom. Wo have them at S9.S0, In any site to suit you. 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