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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1913.
Home Looked Pretty Good to Them Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher j fe,MuYr Hew Tl ( iT, n' vut'LL HAJiG Xo I fM, Gtuzhq i S! JJrV f th&m f "you ar.g I oH.weo jo A Mexican OFFxcec. LjSSSSJagxiCAN , you mgjcican 1 L AKfi ) wiu. Do m.co a N I Nvewco ( UeU. THfeN YOU CAN 5AWG Fot- " : MfcXfCO 1 op HCK-GRe ATSST ) ! ? . ' 1 r i GtNERALs: 1 AfA "THVr rN6RAl- tST J DIDN'T CAPTORS WlAM - 5Cer LfiND OF I HAD OtDtfcS FROfA HlR.YA TO J fvX? ) 50 -SOBgDV tLe MUt ' s - I U&6R.YV JcT J Q. JTACjf JUAREZ CAPTURE,- (J v BG SHOT IN , P-ACB. r. ( tA COUNTP-Y ) v 7"" J jjMI'lflflfl ' " ' I I , ' , , ; KATiWAL BUDGET. CROWING Billion aai Xsut4r4 Xilliea Aiked fr Jftxt Tnr, WCE1A1I TW1XTY-TW0 MILLION lMf (Ipf Department' Vint, Ppb tons Seeond, Army Third, Nnvr r-nrh kb Public Werka t Is KWtfc . j WASH1NOTQK. c. l.-ConrM will hare to appiepri4 ;,, t,TTT "to pperate the trovernment of the. United State dur ing th fc4 year UM, accord In to the otlmate prepared by each departmont and sent ta the $ today by Secretary MeAdoa of the treasury. Th estimates submitted today are $. tw,f7 In eeoa o the aftptoprlatlona (or In last fiscal year, but their' total fait m,NMM bekaw tM ecttmata. (or that yr. rtxrtofflc d6Prtmat ..50,96J,1U Islatatlve eetabllshmenta 7.RM,at Executive utabllshrrtent 3O.S0O.MS Judicial establishment..., 1.IW.110 Department c Aurrtculture 1J.001.KB Korl(tn tntmure..... 4,in.WI XUttary MtaMlafcment 1(S,T,M Naval etMWiment...... 1.1.9JJ ImHan afjah-a 10.3M.6fiS ItiM 14S.1S0.C9D iuMio work... n.tn.m 'Mlacellaneoua , H.363.S11 Permarwat an'ual afoprlaUona M1.1M.407 Tt th preservation an4 completion nf veIa already In cowmlaaion or author l4 the Navy dcpartmtfit wanti H,seo,w; for the nulla and machinery of th two bttlhlr and etcht torpedo boata de troy era wWch Secretary Danleli wlthea to build In the riacal year 11411. 7,8e0. for armor armament of veaeela auih laed, io,i.ee. Inrrenvr fr Arn. r. Many Incrtaata are aouKht for tht wr, One of the principal miliary Heme l N8.90 for military aeronautics, of which 1M,(0 la to be aDtnt for fifteen aeropla jjea, . anld' f be rwcesaiiry If the United 'Stfttca la to keep abreast In this science end "bo prepared to cot with ether first class powers in case of war." Th estimates for the organised mllltla. are htrger by' many millions than In pre vksua years. Rums of l,SS0,e for field camps of instruction, ftM.SEO for equip ment of coast artillery armories, H,M,ee9 tor field artillery material, and H,m.m for amwiunltl'm for such artillery for mlllth ara asked, v"er armament 111 fortifications the es timate s ,W;,8e9, an Increase of more than m,m.m over1 last year, This ,, 0M Is to be expended in the purchase, manufacture and test f ammunition for rr.auntatn, field and stem cannon. The War department estimates that fV tH,m must be appropriated for the Pa nama canal in IMC, which Is about tS,4W. MO more than the current 'appropriation. Kor mlecellancoua material for Ute canal ti0.9.W0 la asked, and &K1,M la wanted for fortifications. Of the appropriation for fortifications tl.aur,660 Is to be spent for army quartors to provide accommoda tions in all for ten companies of coast artillery and 780,US Is for Installation of ten clx-lncK guns, seven fourteen-lnch eum and twenty-olght twelve-inch mortars. One of the moat Interesting items In the long Hat of estlmntet la that of ?tT5,W0 for salaries and expenses of special at torneys, examiners und ncrnts of tho Bureau Of qorporationa, an Increase of IMuMi over last year. In a note ac companying the request for this addi tional sum congress la told! "This Increaso la due entirely to the plan projected for additional work to bo dene by the Bureau of Corporation. This plan has to do with the facta on stocks and bond issues, holding companies. In terlocking directorates, etc., the economy aHl efficiency of trusts and Interstato Corporations and conflicting state laws." "J The, 'census bureau .wants tJ,W0 or redtoprye jJI America's M Finest Mdiew in ittor. Ag4 for years in charred caaVs, in II In warebouacg flooded with sunshine. I St Korthcrn Rye always selected by a member of the firm. I In JPMfswi water reel wells sunk hondrada of feet into solid H tlaai'c why Qi MM rho knaws always inrlats on II m RED TOP RYE A? ntASINANS irXSTHKIMCK at ON. BlstllUra MM OaetaassLO, Jeiaaa, Hfc Uolwlik, Kj. g collecting statistics, of which la for a census of manufacturers. For an Investigation of the materials used In rails, what's and exles and other rail way equipment and the cause of their failure, $0,000 Is naked. More Stunrr for Investigators. Secretary McAdoo estimates that he will need $1,56,0$0 to collect the Income tax. Ho saya an Increase Is necessary be cause tho tax collection machinery will be perfected by the time the appropria tion la made (and because Investigations yrlll determine caaea of taxes withheld In previous yeara. The Department of Agriculture asks congress for fW.Coa to use Jn eradicating the cattle tick, an increaia of' tTS.OOO. This department tinea Itself up with the Department of Justice and congress In tho effort to delve In the operations of the cold storage dealora. It asks I50.CA1 to InveaUgnta the preparation for the market, the storing, frees) ng and othe operation Incidental to the transporta tion of poultry and eggs; $15,000 to look into similar operation in fish; $25,000 for an oyater investigation, and 120,0ft) for a biological lnveaticatlon of food and drug products, with JC1.J01 for - the"enforce ment of the pure food andttrugs Act. The State department evidences Us de termination to house American repre sentatives abroad In buildings furnished by the government. In asking 1150,000 for tho purchase of a site and the construc tion of on embassy building In Mexico City; (140,000 foe. thai purchase of. a fit and construction of a building for tho legation at Heme, Swltserlaid, and fl&O.w 0CO for the construction pf an embassy building1 on 'ground now owned by th United Btatea In Toklo. Kor continuing work on buildings n. deay authorised, , tho ; Treasury 'depart ment puts In an estimate of HUt.SJ. Fo continuing rivers and harbors work, tho War department aaya It ne'eda" t41.1S3.MX which Includes .MJS.000 (or Improving th waterway connecting lakes Wuhinjrtnn and Union at Seattle; Columbia rlver Ore gon, jl.cw.oop; Humboldt harbor and. bay. Ca'-tfornla, S,i.0: the Dalea rapids to head Of Cello falls, Columbua ' river. H2B.0C0. discovered dead hanging to a tree at a remote part of the aidhey Pitt farm northwest of Persia Baturday, came to his death by his, own hands was the verdict of tho coroner's Jury. The letter In Mr. Nelsen's pocket Indicated that he Intended to kill himself, and that he was In trouble real or Imaginary. Mr, Mcl- sen came from Denmark a short tlmo ago and was able to speak but little English,. LOGAN After being out near twelve hours the jury In the $16,000 damage case brought by Mr. Agnes M. Goodwin against the Mason-Beabury company, re turned a verdict for the defendant Bun day morning, Mrs. Goodwin's husband, V. U. Goodwin, was killed by the tallng cement uiock wan or tne Mason-seaoury garage, at Missouri Valley In tho violent wlndrtorm of August 12, 1912. Persistent Advertising li the Itoad to Business Success. . There is no speculation in buying clothes if you buy our Kensingtons. With their Stylish, graca ful models, their trust worthy materials and their abundant hand-sewing they have totally elimi nated every trace of specu lation. ' . Only the certainty of perfect and permanent satisfaction remains. Ke nsington Suits- . (English or semi-English sacks in black and white very smart.) Kensington Overcoats (short or long models many with shawl collars and belte d backs lively, distinctive fabrics.) They fit and stay fit $20, $25 or up. December rains are un usual, but they're wet We have some good-looking Slip-Ons and Gaberdines which will keep you dry and wear you well. $5 to $20. (R. S. V. P.) MAGEE & DEEMER 413 So. 16th. As well be out of the world as out of style. The advertising columns of The Bee constitute a. continuous style show. Great Sporting Club mimed for Chicago CHICAGO, Dec. l.-AVhat la designed to be one of the greatest sporting clubs In the world with a program abounding In unusual features Is promised for Chicago, according to announcement made today. The organisation, starting with 1,500 members, with James A. Pugh. the yachtaman, aa president, has been Incor porated under the name "Sportsmen's Club of America." Mr. Pugh said today that within a year the club will have a membership of 40,003, aa there will be no Initiation fee 'and the annual dues III be only IS. A large club house, with a stadium seating 15.000 persona, will be constructed h'ere, and It Is planned to give exhibitions every night of tho year, giving full play to every one of the alxty-etght recog nised branches nf sports, ranging from yachting to roque. There will be sixty-eight vice presi dents, each one an expert In one of the branches of sports. The Man bo Nearlcota Himself When bis condition, points to kidney troubles takes sn unwise risk. Back. ache, pain and soreness over the kidneys, nervous or dlssy spells, -poor sleep, are an symptoms mat win ntsappear witn the regular use of Foley Kidney Pills. They put the kidneys and bladder In a clean, strong and healthy condition, and rheumatic pains, stiff Joints, lumbago and Irregular hladder action are all relieved promptly when Foley Kidney Pills are taken. For sale by, all dealers ysry; where. Ad vartlaaeaeat. . '. . Iowa Notts Notes. SHENANDOAH Itesldent traveling salesmen or Bnenanaoan held an in formal reception and luncheon at th Delmonlco hotel last night Plates were UUd lor etgnty at which the salesmen and their wives partook of a five-course KNOWN THE WORLD OVER THIS is it! His gift Gillette Combination Set: razor, blades, blade box, shaving soap and shaving brash, in Morocco covered case. Keeps all his shaving uiings nanay ana compact. $ Other Combination and Traveler' Sets, with and without Toilet accessories $6.50 to $50. Ask Your Dealer GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY, BOSTON luncneon. tOG AN That Carl Nclsen. who was