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TUB OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 2, 1913.
DREW NO. 2 AT THE NORTH PLATTE LOTTERY. JOHN A. SWANSON, Pres. jggj WM. L. HOLZMAN, Trcas. Nebraska 7e Stort With a Concnc" SHAKAN REPORTS ON JAILS LtR-RUCNFCTF JBHBB'BBl All-VALUES Secretary of Charities Board Tells of Trip Over the State. GAGE COUNTY IN POOR SHAPE SUITS - OVERCOATS . "Exhibition Clothes" may be well applied to these unusual new models of Suits and Overcoats. ... '' .. There is a "cut" about these famous clothes that is inimitable. It is the "cut" of the master hand the portrayal in clothes of the touch of the artist. You will see it in the "hang" of the trousers, in the smartness of the lapels, the set of the sleeves in the "lines" of the whole suit. You will find a rare combination of -tailoring woolens and linings that con ... Salts $20 to $35 forms with what a gentleman demands in clothes. Then see those ADLER-ROCHESTER OVERCOATS acknowledged by tailors everywhere as masterpieces known te be the overcoats that made famous the individualized style of garment. See the "swing" of these overcoats. See yourself in one of these rare cre ations adapted to your height, your build, your characteristics. These are the over coats that individualize the gentleman. Overcoats $20 to $40 " f-Tii1Lfiffff T f f fiiiV JOHN A SWANSON.pnts. z WM L HOLZMAN.mtA. CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN. m)mMMiiii,)wijm.'ief 1 "uhuhhku'imwims Otoe Orchard sts Lose Heavily NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., Nov. l.-(Spe-clal.)-The recent cold spell, when the mercury went down to 14 decrees above lero. has causeda great loss to 'the ap ple growers of this' section. Ernest Pol lard of Nehawka had G.000 barrels of ap ples frozen on the trees. He had been' unable to secure help to gather the same. In the orchards south of this city the loss was from 20 to 2G per cent, while tho same thing occurred near Hamburg, In. It Is estimated the loss to the fruit grow ers has been not less than 20 per cent of their late crop and some estimate -25 per cent All of this loss was caused by tho orchard owners and purchasers being unable to secure help and the loss will run up Into many thousands of dollars. Some estimate the loss at 0,000 and others at a greater sum. The weather for. tho last week has been unseasonable and caught the fruit growers unprepared, or they might have gathered tho apples and put them In piles In the orchards, where they could have been covered up and packed later. Tecumseli Mnn l.osen Eye. TECUMSEU. Neb., Oct. 21. (Speclal.J Whlle engaged In driving a npix Adam I.cmplta, son of Thomas Impka. of near St. Mary, had an accident which cost him an eye. The spike flew In the air and so badly Injured the optic that It had to be removed In a Lincoln hospital. Mr, Lempka Is recovering from the ef fects of his mishap, and It Is expected he will be able to leave the hospital In a few days. NOTES FROM NEBRASKA CITY AND OTOE COUNTY NEBRASKA CITT, Neb., Nov. l.-(8pe-claT.) George Ramold, ono Qf the pioneer residents of this city, died at his homo Friday morning after having suffered five strokes of paralysis. Mr. Ramold was born In Munich, Bavaria, October 13, 18S8. He Is survived by his widow and ten children. Mrs. Joseph Luta, Mrs. J. N. Lechner, George, Edward, Mary, Michael, Emma Ramold, Mrs. Henry Hohman, Mrs. Philip Bchnell and Rosa Ramold. He leaves two brothers, Andrew Ramold of this city and Peter Ramold of Atkin son, Neb. The funeral was held this afternoon from St. Benedict's Catholic church. Max F. Grossman, a salesman, and Miss Emma "Wilson, a milliner, both of Lin coln, came to this city last evenlrlg and were married by Rev. A, A. Randall, pastor of the First Methodist church, and took the first train back home. The annual fair of tho Nebraska City High school was held this aftenoon and evening. The new JS0.000 hbjh school Successful Laundry IS NOT THE MERE TlTRNING OUT OF A NICE LOOKING SII1RT OR COLLAR BUT THE KNOWLEDGE HOW TO DO IT AND HAVE THEM RIGHT 52 WEEKS TN THE YEAR. A TRIAL BUNDLE WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT AVE HAVE THAT KNOWLEDGE. IxET US PROVE IT. Omaha's Quality Laundry building was used for the same and all of the rooms In tho building were thrown open and filled with attractions of every nature and kind. Tho attendance at these annual fairs Is always Urcev and the money thus raised Is spent for things needed in tho schools and for the support of the athletic associations. ' Judge James T. Begley, who was ap. pointed to fill the unexpired term of the late Judge H. O, Travis, has called a spe cial term of the district court for next Tuesday td hear law and equity caws. Home thirty young women of this city have organited a minstrel company and will put on a performance In a short time or the benefit of charity. Itlchnnlson Xrnta '.rw One-. Whllp Arutnhn mill Otoe Countlcn Art MniuPTThnt lletter Sltuntril . In Thin ltesprrt. NORTH BEND BRIDGE WORK IS PROGRESSING RAPIDLY (From n Staff Correspondent. 1 I.INCOI.N, Nov. 1. (Special.) Th Oago county Jail Is a dlsgrnco to tho county. according to r report made by J. M, Shahan, secretary of tho state board of charities and corrections who made an Inspection to that county and also to ltlohardson, Nemaha and Otoe counties tho first of tho week. Tho jail Is an old building built forty year ago and has little chance for ventilation and no way to separnto ths male form the female prisoners. He alto discovered that the poor fntm buildings were In poor shape, but Well taken caro of as far as could be dotio In their condition. There aro twelve In mates at the county farm. Illchardson county needs a new Jftll very badly, but tho voters voted downj a proposition to erect a now one and so a cage, which lias to accommodate seventeen prisoners, thought but 13x 14 feet will have to do the business for some time to come. Tho poor farm buildings are In pretty good shape, but lack modern conveniences sifch as lava tories and bathing facilities. Tho Nemaha county Jail Is a pretty good Jail and Is provided with sanitary con veniences. Tho poor farm and buildings are In good condition with the ex ception of tho woman's wanl wldch Is situated In the basement and Is very damp. The Otoo county Jail Is a good one. It has seven rooms located In the base ment of tho court house and Is well lighted and has modern convonlencles. The poor farm buildings are also well provided with modern conveniences and bos thirteen Inmates. The (Nebraska State ' school for the Blind has thirty-one male and twenty- flvo female Inmates. Secretary Shahan believes that tho school should be pro vided with a elevator as It would be more convenient for the blind children to get from one floor to another. The hospi tal facilities are very poor and tho present' building needs painting and plastering badly. Hie menu for the day whloh Mr. Shahan visited the school was as follows: Breakfast Puffed wheat, pan cakes, n.HPlo syrup, coffee, milk and cocoa. Dinnir Pork chons. boiled potatoes, jrravy, apple sauce, brend ond butler, coneo, miiK, ice cream anu i-ane. Supper Rice, fried potatoes, auprlcots, ginger cookies, bread and butter, ten, coffee, chocolate, milk. Ice cream Is served for dinner each Wednesday and Sunday. CUSTER TAX ROLL NEARLY HALF MILLION DOLLARS BROKEN BOW, Neb., Oct. ll.-Bpeela!.) County Clerk Osborn has Just completed the 1SU tax extension and has turned it over to the county treasurer for collec tion. The total assessed valuation is 7,416,9U; total tax charged to tho treas urer, 1438,611, of which J57.8S1 Is due to tho state.. Tho amount of JS0.77S.2O, which goes for the running expenses for the upkeep of the county, Is divided Into funds as follows: General fund, $5C,220.41i road fund. 114.833; bridge fund. J14,?M; soldiers relief fund, S00. The general school funds of the county come In for the sum of 1157,072. while the school fund reaches the sum of J14.SC4. High school tuition fund is charged with $7,611. Tho sum of $5,700.18 Is charged to tho special road fund. The two branches of the Burltngton railroad pay a total tax of $33,615, while tho Union Paclflo railroad pays a total of $12,654. MANUFACTURERS GRAND ISLAND ORGANIZE GRAND ISLAND. Nob., Nov. l.-(8pe-clal.)-A local branch of the Ncbrnska Manufacturers association was orgaiuiou In Grand Island Thursday evening with twenty-two members. Julius Boeclc was elected president and A. M. Conners. sec retary of the Grand Island Commercial club, was made secretary. It Is planned to cooperate more closely with eooh other In developing a bottor market for Grand Island-made goods. The new president appointed J. E. Ful ton. A. B. Cody, Jr.. and Lee TCtting a committee on publicity to prepare plans ARTHUR KTIIOMI1KUU, Strombcrg, Neb. for educating Qrnnd Island people to the uso of Grand Inland-made .goods. The committee Is to report at a meeting to bo hold November 36. President O. It. Towle, Vlco President I,. A. Kinney nnd Commissioner Frank I. Ringer of tho dtato association were present and explained the purposes of the organization. Curtis Physician Killed in Auto Upset CURTIS, Neb., Nov. l.-(8peclsl Tele gram.) While attending an official call this morning throe miles south of tho city Dr. C. R. Stewart was killed In an automobile accident. He wits driving a car which upset, kllllnr him Instantly. Tho steering gear buckled and this caused the accident. Suits of Distinction, $10 to $40 Suits for Young Men $10 to $25 Warm Overcoats $10 to $50 Cliinohilla Overcoats $15 to $45 IN BUYING CLOTHES- It's not so much what you pay but what you get for what you pay.... Becnuso a garment is marked a popular price doos not. neces sitate it is a bargain. Prices aro but figures, it's cho gar ment behind the figures that tolls the value-story. REAL CLOTHES VALUES Our $10.00 Suits and Overcoats aro as great values as our $40 or $50 garments every one re ceives a certain high standard of tailoring all aro shrunk and .sponged, and tho man who wants to spend $10 receives tho same high class service as tho man who sponds $50 that's tho secret of our success. ATTORNEY GENERAL CHARGES OPINION ABOUT FUNDS (From a Btaff Correspondent) LINCOLN, Nov. i.-(Spcclol.)-"On agin', off agin' gono agin', Flnnlgan," will about explain tho situation In the lnsuranco department muddle at the pres. ent time. When tho courts ordered State Auditor Howard to pay lnsuranco. Commissioner Urlans' salary and tho other expenses of tho office, It ordered them paid nnd did not go any farther. Howover, Auditor Howard does not propso to gst himself and, his bondsmen In trouble and whon tho vouchers from tho lnsuranco depart ment for salaries camo to him drawn on the general fund of tho offico In st cad of tho cash fund as hns formerly been tho case, he held them up. Mr. Howard claim that the salaries of the examiners must bo drawn on tho regular cash fund which' is derived from foes collected "for exanuW lnsuranco com panies and that salaries havo ' nohtlng to do with expenses of the offico. The first opinion of the attorney general given lit the matter authorized tho au dltor to pay out of tho general fund, given on October SO, yosterday ho re vised hlB oplon after talking with Sir. Howar and mado it cover the cash fund. RING-PECK CO. HOME OF QUALITY CLOTTtiSST" Sixteenth at Howard No Trnen of Automobile. SBWA11D, Neb., Oct. Sl.-I6poclal.)-No developments have como to light regard ing tho Identity of the person who drove away the Ford automobile belonging to David I.eliman from the Amlsli church near Mllford oh October 19, but It was learned today from tho local dealer lit .Miironi, rrom whom tho car was bought, that tho wrong numbers had been given In tho notices which were distributed broadcast by Sheriff Olllsn with ih vl.n- of locating the stolen machine. Tho cor rect motor number Is J08.000 and thn enr number Is 2S7.GU. Hospital l'mpnseil for York, YOniC, Neb., Nov. l.-(peclnl.)-A meeting wtts held Friday afternoon' In tho court house for tho purpose of In terestlng tho citizens In the erection of a $40,000 hospital. The German Lutherans of York, Seward, Tolk and Hamilton counties are baoli of the proposition. It Is proposed that the churches of the above counties raise one-half the amount necossaVy to" complete the structure ana tho city to raise the other half. Tho necessity of a hospital In York has long been apparent.' It Is believed that the present move will result In an excep tional fine building for York, Athlon Cnu Club Opens eaiuu. A LI) ION, Nell., Oct. .U.-(Hpeclal.)-Tho first hunt a! the Coon club was held last night through the canyons south of the city. Arrangements havo been made this year to care for tho animals caught alive until ncedid for the roast. Last year this organisation held a number of roasts and It Is expected to have tho meetings this year ot a still ntore nttractlvo na turn. Thoso having tOiuth at the banquets must an iieicng to a different political raitn. n. u. Moroheud Is president and the number of members Is limited. Sirs. Jrmkr Urmited Dlvorcr. ALLIANCE, Neb., Nov. 1. (Bpeclsl.) -Jacob A. Jsse was granted a divorce, restoration to her, maiden name and A) alimony by Judgo Wcstovor In the d!trt t court this afternoon,, the trial consuming two days, during which sensation charnen wore made by boUt sides. Mrs. Jesse wu formerly Pearl MoClure of Cripple Creek, Colo. They were married but two 'Years. ltTHB PASSINGX of PHIL4? Watar , Colors by a. o. lJlmplovqu Owntf by Mr. O. JV. Welt ) ON EXHIBITION Milton Darlings Gallery iOSO Farnam Slrttt ftoppareif) Douglas 2&60 NOItTH BEND. Neb., Nov. l.-(Bpeclal) The Standard Itrldge company is push ing work on the Platte river bridge here with success and great rapidity. A tem porary wooden bridge has been com pleted over the current of'the river, and a large force of men and teams Is at work on the dyke which Is to connect with the state steel bridge. The sand is being thrown up for the dyke with a hydraulic pump. A big raft carries this equipment. Corn in Dodge county Is yielding a larger crop than was expected. In the Klkhorn valley it Is reported at from forty to fifty bushels an acre. In the Platte valley It is running as high as sixty bushels, and some Irrigated fields are yielding seventy-five bushels. The Lincoln highway was Illuminated In this vicinity last night with torches mounted on poles and big bonfires. Thero were neighborhood celebrations along tin. route. The entire high school corps of teachers will attend the State Teachers' associa tion meeting at Omaha next week. The Dletricks, Sunday school workers of Lincoln, will be here next week to hold a rally for the Protestant schools of the city. i 'Don't Mope" KiBna iii hi Beware of Coil Advertising Frauds! This is most unusual languago to bo found in a Sunderland advertisement but it seems advisable to give a bit of warning to the coal buyers of Omaha. Should you happen to see an advertisement giving in one column a list qf so-called "cut rate" coal prices and in another column an ALLEGED list of .''Competitor '8 Prices" then ' Compare Them With Ours as Shown Below Such a comparison will be illuminating to thoso who have a disrespect for un truthful advertising. These prices our prices havo been repeatedly published since September and have not changed except that our Cherokee Nut is lower than for merly. , just because your ap petito is poor, tho di gestion weak and tho bowels constipated. "What you need just now is a short course of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS It tones and strengthens the "inner man" and helps you back to perfect health and happiness. But be positive you get "Hostetter's" Kind Price HARD COAL, grate size $10.50 HARD COAL, egg size $10.75 HARD COAL, range size $10.75 HARD COAL, nut size $11.00 COKE FOR FURNACE $8.50 OZARK, best Ark. Anthracite $9.00 In Kansas City, where hard coal costs tho same as in Omaha the retail price is $11.00. Kind " r Price ECONOMY $6.50 Highest quality Southern, Illinois. No other dealer can furnish Economy cdfil. YELLOWSTONE '. . $7.00 Wyoming Bootless. 4 CHEROKEE NUT 85.00 WALNUT BLOCK $5.50 ECLIPSE (Iowa) NUT $4.50 Man Dies In Apbnrn. AUHUHN. Neb.. Nov. l.-Hpecial.-Nicholas Kellen died at the county Jail Thursday night- Several days ago, H Is alleged, Fellen and a negro broke into two farm houses and stole liquor. A war rant was got out for their arrest. The negro was caught, but Fellen took his brother's horse and made his escape. He went to Humboldt, put the horse In 'a livery stable and went to a saloon, where lin remained until the sheriff of this cowHty wvnl and got him Wednesday. When Deputy Sheriff Ilioady went ti h's room Friday morning he was dead and wa sapparently In the same poslt'on ho left him the night before ' i m Brothers Hee our 10th fit. H windows of I j DRESS GOODS I If a So-Called "Cut Price" Dealer should publish a FALSE LIST of alleged "Competitors' Prices" is it not likely the purpose to make folks believe there's a saving offered, when maybe there isn't?' There Is No Other Line of Business in which the buyer must depend so fully upon the integrity of the dealer and one does not need to think deeply to figure out the probable outcome of being deceived by. de ceptive advertising. Sunderland Certified Coal 31 Kinds Each delivery of Sunderland Coal is handled in a big yell-o wagon by a beautiful proud team and our guaranty certificate accompanies each delivery ticket. Sixty fine teams, absolutely correct weight, clean screening, all coal dry and under cover and PRICES AS LOW AS COAL CAN BE HONESTLY SOLD WITH ANY REASONABLE PROFIT. ' USDEIRLND DROS. AO. ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR 17TH AND HARNEY DOUGLAS 252 C 31ST YEAR Key to tho Sltuatlon-Bee Advertising