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Nebraska Nebraska BIG CORPORATIONS REPORT Large Amount in Few Received by the Secretary of State. SUM OF $2,500 BY UNION PACIFIC nrnntlrl Intrrrit of Oninhn 9 n limit Sr-rcrnl nig I'nrment tnr State Tnx on Their Canipnnlen. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, June S0.-(Speclap-8overal corporations In the state reported to the secretary of state this morning boosting the state exchequer considerably. the L'nlon Taclflc railway company sent In a check for !,600, being the maxi mum fee which can be collected from any corporation. They base the fee on a capital of $316,216,S0O. The Brandels Interests sent In fees on the following corporations In Omaha: Boston Stors, 90 on a valuation of $200, I0. Crandels Annex building company, J1S0 on a capital of $500,000. Brandels Realty company, $175 on a cap ital 6f Jl.200,000. American Bealty company, $50 on a capital of $100,000. J U Brandels & Sons, $150 on a capital of $350,000. Tn P n nil Norfolk llulldlnrc. Norfolk people are getting anxious to know when tho state board of control ts going to begin tho erection of tho now hospital building at the asylum for tho Insane, near that city and Editor llilse of tho News was at the state house yest erday in an endeavor to gather some In formation which he could take back to the home folks. The board was out visit- lug state Institutions and as the governor has several times refused to Instruct the board what they should or should not do. It is not supposed that ho got much satis faction out of the executive. Commissioner Kennedy this morning said that the board was waiting to get the track laid to the Institution because of the saving It would make on hauling material to the place, and that proposl tlon alone would be qultcun Item In tho matter of submitting bids. When It was understood that the track could bo com pleted at some specified time, and Archl lect Stltt had the plans completed, the matter would be pushed rapidly. Com missioner Kennedy thought that August would sec things moving. ShotTvrll I,ooUn for Oiiciilnft. Ftank Shotwell, of Omaha has been In the city two or three days looking over the political situation relative to the of fice of lieutenant governor. When Mr, Shotwell arrived, no candidates had filed for tho republican nomination for that office, but fcince arriving here two candt dates have paid the filing feo and their names. are officially before the people, Mr. Shotwell is undecided what he "will do. Douglas county, as yet has no cand Idates on tho state republican ticket for nominations and he believes that the county Is entitled to representation. Other filings are Senator W. V. Hoag' land,, of North Platte and U P. Albright, df Red Cloud. Nilen-Mnnrr-RoKrra Company. Miller & Paine, of Lincoln sent In a fee or J2EO on a capital of IfiH. 065. P. C. Nllcs, E. 8. Moser and- George Rogers, of Omaha, have Incorporated imdcr the name of tho Nlles-Moser- Hogers company, -with a. capital "stock bt 54o,O00. Tho company will engage In general" tobacco and cigar business, with JJ0.000. paid up capital. Colen of NeliRh File. Willis "W. Cole, of Nellgh. has filed for the republican nomination for senator in the Ninth district composed of the countries of Antelope, Boone and Nance, This district was represented in tho last session by Senator J, II. Kemp, of Ful lerton, candidate for the republican nom (nation for governor. IlPiilHltlon Honored. Governor Clark, of Iowa, has asked for the return to that state of Karl Staas helm, being belt at Dakota City by the officials of Dawota county. lie is charged with obtaining money under false pre tenses In Humboldt county, Iowa, having secured llio money on a representation that he owned certain stock in which he had no interest. Governor Morehead granted the rtuuest. Destructive Hail Storm Near Oxford OXFORD, Neb., Juno 30. -(Special. j-A destructive hailstorm swept over reverat farms southwest of Oxford Sunday even ing. Tho storm seemed to follow the til- Ide between the valleys of tho Repub lican and tho Beaver, and the roaring noise made by It was distinctly heard In Oxford, more than eight miles away. On the Isaac Grush farm 1(5 acres of fine heat, Just ready to harvest, was totally destroyed. David Helm lost everything he had growing, fine fields of corn, wheat and potatoes, besides fifty young chick ens. Guy Cowan lost eighty acres of heat, and Marshall Cowan was also a heavy loser. Other farms were damaged to some extent. Wheat harvest Is now In progress In this vicinity. Farmers report tho wheat excellent In quality, but thin In many fields. Some of the best fields are esti mated at from twenty to twenty-flvo bushels per acre. SECRETARY R0YSE REPORTS . ON BANK GUARANTY FUND (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, June 30. (Special.) Tho tate guarantee fund, as shown by Secre tary Royse of the State Banking board, Is now $S72,2:9.S. Tho report, as made by tho secretary, hows tho following statement to July 1, 1014! Banks reporting July 1 " Avnrnce dnnnnita for six months si,us,ws.n Balance to credit guaranty fund July 1 6M,wv..i, April 23. 19t4, account First Stato Savings banK. superior. r1ni1 March fi. fi.!(l nsPBS- assessment i 54,32(5.17 LAUREL MAN TELLS WHAT THINKS OF CAMPUS REMOVAL (Tronr i Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb,, Juno 30.-(Spcelal.)- Accoidlng to C. Q. DeFrancc, secretary of tho so called alumni anti-removal com lnltteo of the university of Nebraska, tho proposition of tho best Interests of tho university fifty ycara hence Is "a mos; Kcducttvo form of day dreaming, and chasing the wlll'o tho wisp." This opinion of Sccietary DeFrancc, is written to Guy Wilson, cashier of the Laiirol State bank, who had been asked to give his opinion of removal of tho un iverslty to the state farm. Mr. Williams replied: "I should judge by the tone of your letter that your committee Is striving t ictaln the university In its present loca tlon. My opinion is directly opposed to that, ns I think the question should be considered for fifty or one hundred years ahead, and it seems to me that in the long run It would ze a great mistake to attempt to retain tho present crowded campus In tho heart of the city. Buying mora ground Is really a temporary pall! atlve and does not cure the trouble." CHEYENNE COUNTY RYE IS GIVING RECORD YIELD SIDNEY, Neb., June 30. (Special Tele gram.) The harvesting of winter wheat and fall rye Is in full blast and It will yield from twenty-five to sixty bushel to the acre. The first car of timothy hay of the season was loaded at the Ober felder farm and sold for a fancy price to Denver parties. Nebraska the Country this week and shocked wheat for Charles timber, n young farmer liv ing east of town. The wheat harvest In this vicinity is exceptionally largo and harvest hands are a scarce article. Springfield Man Killed in Auto Upset :, Attorney General is Watching Proposed - Telephone Merger SPRlNGFIKLD, Neb.. Juno 30.-(8pe-clnl Telegram.) Manuel Uooie. of Spring field was found dead under his -car two miles south of here last night about 0 o'clock. The running board lay across his neck, pinning him to tho ground. Ho was twenty years old yesterday. No one was with him when the accident hap pened. i WASHINGTON. June 30Reports that th Chicago Telephone company and tli ! Illinois Telegraph and Telephone com- pany are about to consolidate, affecting service throughout Illinois. Michigan and Wisconsin, are Interesting the Department f Justice under the government'n agree ment for a peaceful disintegration of the so-called Telephone trust, any Bell com pany Is prohibited from taking over an other concern without submitting the con solidation to the department. No official reports of an impending consolidation have been receUcd. , tended th! time in the discretion of tho I Itliltnll lifflrn Tt, mtn,il. nftllnt. ..M. ' tlcally has been dissolved. Senator Owen of Oklahoma Is a member of the Cherokee nation and will receive as his portion of the trlbunl funds about $li. . B0TTGER ASKS BIG SUM FOR LOSS OF ONE FOOT MADISON. Neb., Juno .10. (SpeclaM Herman Bottgcr, by Rudolph Bootgor, his father, of Emerson, Neb., has brought action In this district of Madison county to recover $23,000 damages from the Omaha Railway company. Bottgcr al leges tn his petition that he sustained an Injury by said railway company which resulted In the loss of a foot. J. J. Mc Carthy and M. F. Harrington are attor news for the plaintiff. RAIN IN GAGE COUNTY NEEDED FOR CORN CROP RKATRICK. Neb. June .10.-(Bpcclnl Telegram.) Ono inch of rain fell In this section today, greatly Improving the pros pects for a corn crop. The ground had become very dry. July 1, 1-20 of 1 per cent, i3i banks Twenty banks, 4 per cent cap ital StOCK v Credited by First Stato banK of Lodge Pole $10,461.2) 44,552.78 '22.SW.00 2U.SS Withdrawal allowed July 1. sixteen banks Balanco to credit active banks July 1, 1914 S7S.02S.M .-..7W.IS Minuter Prntnen Thin I.nxntlvr. Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Allison. la., praises Dr. King's New Life Pills for constipa tion. Best for liver and bowels. 25c. For sale by nil druggists. Advertisement. Police Think Ballou Was Slain by Man STAMFORD. Conn., June 30.-The police today announced they are searching for an unidentified man as the slayer of Waldo It, Ballou, tho aged political leader, whose death occurred last week In the apartments of Mrs. Helen M. Angle. Mrs, Angle In at present at liberty on bonds awaiting action of the coroner's Jury. Tho pollco nre working on the theory that a second ian was In Mn.. Angle's apart ments after Ballou left, that the latter re turned unexpectedly and found hint there. and that a quarrel ensued, during which TWO MORE BODIES TAKEN FROM EMPRESS OF IRELAND RIMOl'PKI, Que., June 3u.-Tvo more , I bodies have been recovered by divers 1 from tho sunken hull of the steamship I Kmprcss of Ireland. One was the body ! oi a man agcu annul an. the other or a Httlo gill about 7 yearn old. Both bodies' will be burled heie. The Canadian Pa cific railroad has purchased a plot of land near Father Point as a cemetery ofr unidentified dead that may hereafter be recovered. HYMENEAL Talliol-nuntiiielt. GLHNW'OOD. Ia June ao.-(Splai.i-Mr. Lawrence Talbot of .Malveni nul Miss Kdlth, daughter of Sh'rlff and Mrs. Bushncll, were morrled Sat'.ir.Uy ovcnlng at tho tesldeilco of the lirld parents. Rev. Mr. Stevenion of tho lo.-al Meth odist church officiated. Wlliioti Mjfii Nnnl Hill. WASHINGTON, June 30. -President Wilson today signed the naval appropria tion bill, which carries a provision for two Billou received a blow which caused his'"0' ciulnoughts and permits the sale. death. Got anything you'd like to swap? Use the "Swappers' Column." MRS. C. SHALLENBERGEn ELECTED TO SCHOOL BOARD ALMA, Neb., .Tune 30. (Special.) At the school election for Alma township T. W. Carroll and John Everson were defeated for re-election as members of the board by Mesdamcs A. C. Shallenbergcr and F. Mathncy. Mrs. A, C. Shallenbcrger made a speech of acceptance, In which she said she was not a suffragette. Mrs. Mathnoy responded with a few words. This Is the second time In tho history of the district that a woman lias been a mcmbcrof tho board. Under the Smith mortgage tax law two Alma banks pay no tax on capital stock this year, which cuts the school fund out of about $500. There appears to bo a strong sentiment against the law in this -locality. NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH DEDICATED FREE OF DEBT CENTRAL CITr, Neb1,, Juno 30.-(Spe- clal.) The new Presbyterian cliurcn ai Central City was dedicated hero Sunday. Rev. Charles E. Schalblo of Bushnell, 111., preached tho sermon. Tho church Is constructed of pressed brick and Is finely finished and lighted and cost $23,000 with out the pipe organ. It has a capacity of 700. When the audience assembled Sun day morning there was an unpaid In debtedness of about $7,000, and within thirty minutes almost $8,000 was sub scribed. Note from McCook. McCOOK, Neb., June "0. Tho farm house on tho W. M. Lewis farm Just northwest of tho city limits, was de stroyed by flro Sunday night, together with the tenant's household foods. ) wis' loss. Ib .$1,000; insured for VJOO. Tenant Kbert's loss Is Insured for T400. No clue to the cause of fire, as no one was In the house at the time. The W. H. Bodemann saloon was dam aged by fire Sunday mornintr t- tho ex tent of $1,000 on contents nnd flxturts, which Is covered by Insurance. Tim build ing Is owned by ,". M. r.owli, .vhose losa of $400 Is covered i-y Ji'.WO mwir ancc, Mrs. Elizabeth E. Shoe's of near Yuma, Colo., died in a local hospital uarly Mon day morning, The body will le shipped to Indlanola, Neb., for burial. The whereabouts of Al. i'ousli, manager-'of tho Kllser barhor. shop of this city. Is being Investigated by tne local police. He has not been seen since Sun day night. nnsliiess Men Shook: "Wheat. AVOCA, Neb., June 30.-(SpeclaI.)-Nlne of the business men of this city went to In Thousands of Homes early and certain relief is found for tho ailments to which all are subj'ect ailments due to defective or irregular action of the stomach, liver, kidneys or bowels in the most famous family remedy, the world has ever known. T IT 11 Deaths nr Tlnnnr HOOPER. Neb., June S0.-(8peiljil.) Abram Beetr, a former soldier, 3 years oiu, uiea Miura)r anu was ouneti .Mon day. Grand Army of the Republic cer vices were held at the cave. Mrs. A. J. Koehn died suddenly Ffciur- day morning oi nean irouoio. s-nn was born in Snyder coun;y, . ennsyivama, in lift!, and came to Dodge county in 19. She leaves a husband and tinea daugh ters, aged 17, IS and 8 yeari. Rotlcr. Commencing- Juno 1st, Nickel Plata Road sells tickets Chicago to New York nnd return. $27,00. Boston and return, $20.00. Also variable routes. Liberal stop Adama St., Chicago. overs. Inquire local agent, or address John T. Calahan, A. O. P. A.. M w. are justly famous because they have proved to bo so reliable as correctives or preventives of the sufferings, dull feelings and danger due to indigestion or biliousness. If yon will try them to cleanse your system, purify your blood, tone your stomach, stimulate your liver and regulate your, bowels, you will know why co many rely on Beecham'a Fills to Insure Health and Happiness Lariett Sl ef Aar Mtdiciaa. la lb World. , Sold vritrywlMr. la boxet, 10c, 25c- 1 CHEROKEE NATION WILL DISSOLVE AT MIDNIGHT WASHINGTON. June .To. -The Chero kee nation, largest of tho flvo ctvillfced tribes, will be dissolved as a nation at midnight and the tribal funds amounting to $000,000, will bo divided among Its 41,000 members. Commissioner Sells of the In dian office tofiay called for the resigna tion of all Cherokee officials. The dis solution of the trlbo Is in accordance with tho policy of tho Indian office. Under the law It was Intended that tho five civilized tribes should dissolve as nations lp IPOfl. Congress, however, ox- ot the battleships ix isslstlppl and Idaho to Greece. Negotiations now are being conducted for their sale. Drititrtnir.tit Order. WASHINGTON. June M.-tSneclal Tele gram.) Nebraska pensions granted; Su sanna Beeson, Geneva, $12; Myrtle I' Killnn, Blnir, $25. The following pension surgeons have been app-iinttd. On the lecoininendiillon of Congressman Hitchcock. Dr I). J. Smith, at Osceola: on the recommendation of Congressman Stephens. Dr. D. W. Heat tlo and R. W. Chamberlain, at Nellgh, Neb.: on the recommendation of Con gressman Connolly. Drs. W. K. Long. 1 K. St. Clair and C. F. Osborne, nt Hamp ton, la. Tho Merchants and Metal National bnjik, New voik, has been approved as a re serve agent for tho National Bank of Commerce nt Lincoln, Neb. Do your celebrating under a King-Peck straw... It's n big point to ward' lnnkiiig tho celebration a success for you, because it dresses your head right, keeps you cool, and adds a heap to your appearance. Yacht shapes $1 to $5 Panamas $5 to $10 Silk Hats and Caps, 50c to $2. Bangkok $5 to $7.50 Felt Crushers, 50c OMAHA'S LARGEST STORE for MEN AND BOYS Kare-PEKKGat "-Home of quality clothes PLEASE NOTE THIS On account of being closed all day Saturday, this store will keep open untl s:0l) p. m. Friday. During July and August we close at S p. riv Saturdays 9:00 p m. Omaha ioal estate is the best investment you could make. Read The Bee's real estate columns. jankers Realty investment (Company's I !' V-' Semi-Annual Dividend i Announcement , vsr.'i - r , ... ;;r ;: This Company's Semi-Annual Dividends for the period ending June 30, 1914, and computed at the annual rate of " 1 2 on the par value of the stock will be ready for distribution Wednesday, July 8th All Omaha stockholders wil! secure their dividend checks by calling at our offices in The Bee Building on the above date. All uncalled for Dividend Checks, together with those of non-resident stockholders, will be mailed to the last known address on Thursday, July 9th Who Wants Prosperity? 'How lo Increase One's Income In tho Hitfeflt-Wny," in tlio days of high cost Is tho problem over which iniuiy people nre studying. If this problem Is ono that Is perplexing you, wo. believe thnt tho paat rerord of this Company, together with lis present prosperous condition, Hhould entitle it to your most serious consideration as a good place to put your savings to work for several reasons. They arc: FIHBT. The security behind your money when Invested in this Company is Itcal Kstate, located In Omaha and surrounding Middle West Cities and Towns. Itcal Estate Is tho very best clans of sccurliy and in Omnlm and the Middle West, thcro have never been greater opportunities for safe, profitable Real Kstate Investments. Recent sales of Omaha Ileal Kstate demonstrate thin, for they show that values are firmly established, nnd tho continually increasing production of our surrounding territory gives Middle West Renl Kstate values n splendid future outlook. THE SECOND REASON, and tho most important one from the In vestor's view point, is, thnt money invested in tills Company shares In all of the profit of our large and steadily progressing business of building homes and business buildings, Tho profits derived from our building operations are large, because they represent the combined profits, which hnvp for years been divided among the Architect, nuildlng Contractor, Real Estate Agents and Owners, Insurance Agents nnd Loan Companies. THE THIRD REASON. Wc have great confidence In n large volume of future building business for this Company, because as a result of our constant study to provide the best grade of homes nt reasonable prices, In a most convenient and iip-to-dnto mnnner, we are able to provide a service that people appreciate and are anxious to buy. We plan tho home according to the customer's taste and needs. Our houses arc attractively and substantially built. Wo plan, finance, build and finish tho house ready for the man to move into, without one bit of trouble or worry on his part, SUCH SERVICE IS WHAT IS MAKING THIS COMPANY ONE OF THE STRONGEST FACTORS IN THE UPBUILDING OF THIS 'COMMUNITY. It will certainly be time, well spent, for yon to learn how you can become n shareholder In this large and constantly expanding Institution. Write for particulars or call. Now is the Time ii ii jankers Realty Investment Company General Offices: Ground Floor Bee Building Corner of 17th and Farnam Streets Omaha, Neb. The Largest and Strongest "People Owned" Home Building and Real Estate . Owning Company of its Kind in the Middle West. J 7 Evrybol reads ee want ads.