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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1917.
Nebraska RAILROAD BILL IS KILLEDJN HOUSE Measure to Permit Them to Acquire Land to Remove Ob structions at Crossings. HIT SUNDAY BARBER WORK (Krom a Staff Correspondent.) Lincoln, April 6. (Spcial.) The McAllister bill to allow railroads to acquire land outside their right-of-way was killed, some of the members Ixing afraid that it might nullify the Osterman bill if it became a law. The McAllister bill was introduced for the purpose of the railroads acquiring land so that obstructions at crossings might be moved. The Sunday barber bill. Senate File 155, prohibiting barbering on Sunday :inywhere in the state was sent to third readme. Richmond of Douglas induced the house to reconsider the action of Thursday to kill all senate files in the committees, including the sitting committee, Saturday afternoon. Mr. Richmond reminded the members that the action was a direct affront to the senate, where many good bills were yet pending and ought to have a show. These senate bills were recom mended to pass: Satidalt bill, authorizinc tit lea to estab lish and operate publicly owned electric IlKht, water works and other utlllllfn. upon submission of the question and carrying It by a 5,S per rent majority. Making It the duty of sheriffs to be ac tive in enfnreingr laws, file complaints iiKnlnst offenders and conduct special Invt's ti Rat Ions Into Infractions of the law when direefd In writing by the county attorney to do so. Giving state auditor ten days' time to draw warrants, after claims are filed. Penalizing false financial statement. Forbidding county surveyors to be Inter ested In contraeta for supplier. Authorizing the ueo of money derived from automobile licenses In acatterlng stable manure on sandy roads. Intersection paving bonds up to 15,00rt to b" Issued without a popular vote. In cities of 5.000 to 25.000. Bills allowing Douglas county attorney a messenger at $125 a month. Increasing pay r,f Omaha fire chief and assistant and gov erning city taxation in Omaha. J. B. Meyer Made Head Of Hotel Inspection (From a Staff Correspondent.) Lincoln, April 6. (Special Tele gram.) J. B. Meyer, a Lincoln trav eling man, was this morning appoint ed to the head of the hotel inspection department by Governor Neville, under the new law consolidating the Hotel commission with the Food .-ommission. Ollie Metcalfe Gets Commission From Colonel Roosevelt (From a Staff Corr.8Dnnd.nt. Lincoln, April 6. (Special.) Theo (lore Roosevelt's army division which he has been tentatively organizing for several weeks in event of a war with Germany has at least two recruits so far from among prominent Ne bratkans. "Ollie" (W. B.1 Metcalfe, a son of Richard L. Metcalfe, former governor of the Fanania canal zone and now editor of the Omaha Nebraskan, has received a commission from Colonel Roosevelt. Mr. Metcalfe is now in Texas. It is understood that he holds a commission for organizing a local unit of recruits from the colonel. The other volunteer in Roosevelt's contingent is Paul R. Butler, United Press correspondent in Lincoln and a graduate of the University of Ne braska. Mr. Butler has just signed his tentative application for cavalry service and sent it back to Colonel Roosevelt. Signed By Governor (From a Staff Correspondent.) Lincoln, April 6. (Special, ) Governor Nevttle today signed the following bills: 8. K. 118, Wilson, Dodge City manager plan of government. Optional. H. R. Ii8, Auten. Boon Provides for dis position of fees earned by county officials during term of office, H. it. 420, Stearna of Scottsbluff Makea slight corrective rhangu In Irrigation law. H. R. 769. Stearna of Scottsbluff Pro vides for suspension of water rights where taxes rumam unpaid for period of two years. H. R. 770. Stearna of Scottsbluff Relates to transfer of property held under Irriga tion ditch law. Soldiers' Home Notes Grand Island. Neb.. April 6. (Special. Wednesday was pension day at Burkett. Something over 2fi,000 was handed out at the poet off Ice window. Aa soon as the checks were signed and approved the autoa waiting were loaded to their capacity and started to Grand Island, where the dis tribution of money began. Mrs. L. C. Jones, Mrs. Shamp and John Craft are reported seriously 1)1 In the West hospital. All of these people are regarded to be In a critical condition. Mrs. D. A. Conklln passed away Monday evening at 9:40 o'clock after an extended illness. Her body was shipped to Lynch, Neb., for Interment There will be a large number that will ask for short furlough today and tomorrow, but all will return in time to be mustered by the United States Inspector the latter part of the month, aa the commandant de sires a full house on that day. It means 1100 for each male member present at that time "from the government to be put Into the state fund for maintenance of the Institution, Orkin Bros. New Store is at 1519-21 Douglas St. I WANT MY Clothe .llltf THE STORE ffl ! luHjE. or the town 3!?yL 'P BR0wnN0,KiNo&Go. w(w Easter Clothes That Command Respect DIGNITY AND TRUE ELEGANCE ARE ALWAYS A FART OF OUR CLOTHES LIKE THE ALL-WOOL FABRICS AND THE WORKMANSHIP. THIS IS THE NATURAL RESULT OF OUR LONG EXPERIENCE AND OUR AUTHORITY. Suits and Top Coals FOR Men and Young Men $15 to $40 BOYS' LONG PANT SUITS $15 to $25 Boys' Top Coats $12.50 Up Boys' and Children's Clothing Junior Norfolk (some with two palm of knickerbockers) ...$6.50 to $15 Boys' Single-Breasted Suits (plain, pinch back or patch pockets) $6.50 to $15 Child's Juvenile Suits (fancy worsteds, cool cloth and serges) $5 to $10 Child's Double-Breasted Reefers (variety of fabrics and mixtures) ... .$5 to $12.50 Child's Wash Suits (large selection of materials and models) $1.50 to $10 Boys' and Children's Easter Furnishings and Hats Of the better sort are to ba had from Our Exclusive Second Floor Children's Department Browning, King & Co. GEO. T. WILSON, Mgr. TJUYERS' risk is unknown here; you don't take any chances. We offer you the best merchandise In the world, at prices that are the lowest possible prices for such merchandise. Brandeis Stores IF you are satisfied with the goods and the price, you buy; and afterward, if you're not satis fied, you bring back the goods; and get others, or your money back. Easter Clothes Without a Rival Hart Schaff ner & Marx-Of Course . Clothing that is the nearest ap" proach to the ideal that any man can buy-Clothing that is the result of expert handling, from the se lection of the material to the last stitch in the sewing. Coats that set without a wrinkle, except the new "wrinkles" manifested in the nobby belts, pinch backs, belted and half belted effects. Clothing that bears a small label, which is a big thing to find Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing Copyright Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits with exclusive'belt in novations, brisk and breezy models for young men in colored spattered tweeds and homespuns, divisional and double striped worsteds, and flannels, specially featured. New models for men in immense fabric varie ties, conservative and semi-extreme styles, sizes to fit all types of figures, suits for men and young men Cutaways in wide variety. Topcoats in a range of mod els and fabrics, fancy mixtures, herringbones, overplaids, box checks and new stripes in all spring colors; buckle belted trench coats of tan and green iridescent fab rics, "knockabout" coats for town and country wear, unequaled for general utility, other styles in special display. Easter Furnishings for Men Exceptional Complete Display of Everything a Man Needs WE HAVE EXERTED every effort to "top off" this last day of buying for your Easter needs, with a stock that is most complete and with prices that are sure to please you. Stock Silk Shirts, at $3.95 to $10 Are worthy of every well dressed man's attention. The very cream of some of the best silk shirt makers is assembled in our Silk Shirt Department. Broadcloth Silks, English Twill Silks, Silk Crepes and Satin Striped Tubs, in the most luxurious patterns (many of these patterns are exclusive), unequalled in fit and make. Shirts, at $2.00 Madras and Satin Striped Pongee Shirts, Emery and E. & W. (Ely Walker) make, neckband style, soft cuffs, also soft collar attached; colors are absolutely fast. Every shirt well tailored, and perfect fitting. Shirts, at $1.25 About 163 dozen fine Madras, Percales, Repp and Satin Striped Pongee. Shirts from well known shirt manufac turers and assembled in one big lot for this sale; all sizes, 14 to lS'A. Easter Neckwear, 65c Just Arrived 120 dozen new silk 4-in-hand Ties, made up in large open-end shape, of fine quality silk; slip-easy band, allowing the tie to slip easy under the collar; all the very latest designs are here, shown in this select lot for Easter wear. Silk Neckwear, at $1.00 New arrivals almost daily in our Neckwear Department, of quality neckwear, which we are offering at this price. Our aim is to give you just a little better tie at this price. Silk Neckwear, at 50c New Persian, Roman Striped, neat figured patterns in selected sillf of over 150 different groups, with 6 patterns in each group. This lot of neckwear is worthy of your con sideration, at SOe. Silk Hose, 50c, 55c and $1.00 All the new spring shades in "Interwoven" and "Phoenix" silk. Men's Buildinf. Men's Easter Hats Last Call Men's Easter Footwear-Best Styles Get a New 'Topper' for Sunday New CIothes.New Shoes, New Furnishings should all be "capped" off with a New Hat. Every smart, exclusive shape, shade and finish. The Mayo, at $3.00 Exclusive with us is a hat not to be found elsewhere in Omaha. ' Brandeis Special This hat is made exclusively to our order, and is the finest hat in Omaha, for $2.00 Stetson Hats We are agents in Omaha for these hats, known the world over for their, superior worth. We show every popular style in the vast range of new Stetson models, at $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $7.00 and $10.00 Boys' Easter Headwear ' Boys' Rah-Rah Hats, telescope and Alpine styles, all colors and all sizes, at 50c, 65c, 98c, $1.25 and $1.50 Boys' Caps, at 25c, 50c, 65c and $1.00 Boys' Wash Hats, plain white and fancy colors; also linen and combination styles, at 25c and 50c Men's Building. Ride Up On the Moving Stairway To the biggest and best Men's Cloth ing Department in the Middle West. Second Floor. WHAT BOOTS IT, if you have the right clothes and furnishings, if your shoes are not right on Easter Day? Here are shoes worth while, at prices that will meet your appreciation GET THEM. "Trustworthy" Brand, $4.00 And the best $4.00 pair of Shoes you can pur chase anywhere. $4.00 for Shoes of this character is an unheard of thing outside this store" test it for yourself. "Brandeis Special," $5.00 to $7.00 - Here again, we have specialized on Footwear that stands supreme in its class. Best Shoes for Boys We have devoted a considerable space to the Footwear for Boys. There's a Shoe here for every boy, just at the price you want to pay. Main Floor, Men's Buildinf.