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THE OMAHA BEE: TUESDAY. JUNE 20. 1922.
of Taking Bribe
Complaint Sent to Secretary
of State Alleges MUtreat.
inent at Consulate in
Under request from tli Pouglat
county pott of the American 1 .eg ion,
Congressman Albert W. Jefferi
Monday afternoon, dipatehed to the
office of Secretary of State HuRhrt
in WaihitiRton a complaint against
the consular ervice aigned and
sworn to by Taut Kaiakas, member
of Douglai county pot.
Kazakas alleges, in hit complaint,
that be wai forced into paying a
bribe to consular employes at
Patrasj, Greece, and got no return
from such payment.
Kazakas alleges he tailed (or Greece
October IS, 1921, to bring home his
parents to his adopted country, and
rried in Patrass, Greece, October
Goes to Consulate.
When he left the ship he went im
' mediately to the consulate, he stated,
to get his passports vised and there
he was told by a clerk that he woul i
be drafted into the. Greek armv and
that the consular office could do
nothing for him.
He went to Philiatra, he charged,
and a week later returned to embark
aboard a ship for the United States,
but read in the newspapers where
immigration . to America had been
He went to the consular office,
again, he said, to get his passport
vised and there a Mr. Novario, as
sistant, told bim he could not see
the consul and refused to stamp his
passports, he alleged.
But the assistant told him he'knew
a way he could smuggle him out of
Greece for $300, Kazakas charged,
and told him he would have to leave
the money with the assistant's wife.
Investigation to Follow.
Kazakas said he had only 3,000
rtracmas, or $240, and he deposited
this, but when" he was not booked for
passage 12 days later, he asked for
the return of the money and it was
Finally however, through the aid
of Saul D. Winkler, American com
mercial agent, he alleges, he was
smuggled aboard a ship for Con
stantinople. He had borrowed
enough money from his mother to
pay his passage home, he charged,
and had to return to America with
out his parents. .
Congressman Jefferis says the
charge of .bribery in the consular
service is a serious affair and that
an investigation undoubtedly will rc-
'sult from. .Kazakas" complaint.
Ex-Head of Fai
Company Must Pay
Fremont, fleb., June' 19. (Special
; TeIegram.)-,Arthur H. Schultz, for
mer president of the Farmers' Co
operative Mercantile Co., charged
With misappropriating $60,000 of the
company s funds, will have to make
a complete return of a similar sum
to the company, but he will be given
a moral victory in the decision to be
handed down formally by Judge A.
M: Post W district court.
The judge will find in Schultz's fa
vor on tW (charge of misappropriat
ing funds of the company.
,, The case tivas tried in district court
several months ago and was attend
ed by a large number of people of
Scribner and vicinity who had a di
rect interest n the result. Judge Post
took the- cas,e under advisement at
that time., .. ' . ...
"Please Find Husband; I
Love Him," Appeals Wife
plenty .ciiimger, ou, umana motor
lj iij;. . r t
mecnanrc, wno nea as a tugitive trom
-Los Aneefes. Cal.. 18 months ant.
according to his wife, made such a
good escape that not even she can
' "The trouble is settled," Mrs. El
singer stated, writing from Los
Angeles to; Charles Van Deusen,
chief of detectives. "Please find him.
I still love him'and want him so."
Mrs. Elsinger, who resides at 146
West Twenty-eighth street, Los An
geles, stated her husband was seen
here a month ago.
Hail Causes 50 Per Cent
Crop Loss East of Kearney
Keamey.i Neb., June 19. (Special
Telegram.) A strip of country four
miles east of Kearney about a quar
ter of a mile wide and four miles
long "suffered considerable hail damage-Sunday.
It is believed the
average loss, in this area will be at-
mnef ?f"l rmw vt
. It also is feared that hail damage
was sustained in the Loup valley
west of Pleasanton. Heavy rain
accompanied the hail, the precipita
tion in Buffalo . county averaging
from one inch at Kearney to about
three inches in the vicinity of
Men suspended of Kobbery
Here Arrested in Kansas
Roy and' Fred Warren, Omaha
brothers wanted in connection with
burglary of the Overland Tire &
Rubber company store at Thirtieth
and Taylor streets, are under arrest
in-Smith Center, Kan., according to
; information received Monday by
Charles Van Deusen, chief of de
tectives. Ray Coffey Withdraws
From Race for Attorney
Ray Coffey, republican, wihdrew
yesterday from the race for coun
ty attorney in favor of Henry Beal.
Pay Tribute to Broatch
City council held a special meeting
yesterday to adopt a resolution of
respect, offered by City Commis
sion H. R. Zimman nn the Heath nf
Captain W. J. Broatch, former mayor
Manager for Davis.
4 Lincoln;. June 19. (Special.) J.
B. Chase, assistant attorney general,
today tendered hit resignation to At
torney General Clarence A. Dai is.
.a , a
, unase annoaniea ne wouia oegin
active management of the attorney
: general's candidacy for the nomint
tkm for United States senator on the
fepottlicaa ticket. . .
Man Held for Shooting
of Ex-Army Champ
Richard K. Fox, alUs William
James, charged with a4ult with
intent tu kill .V N. McDonald June
2. was hound over to district court
under fl.50 bond after hearing in
central police court yetrdr.
After beina shot twice. McDonald.
4.1, former middleweight champion of
the I'nited States army. ruhej fox
and knocked him down, according
to the testimony of Jim Chaka, W
McDonald was shot three times
more but made a remarkable recovery
and wa in court.
Fox did not testify but attempted
to show by witnesses that McDonald
alumed a friend and attacked him
when he interfered.
The shooting took place near First
and Haskell streets, where McDon
ald is manager of the Greer eating
Omahan Must Go
to Missouri on
Man Accused of Theft of
$1,800 in Bonds From
. .Discovered Here.
George Lloyd Niikolson, 21, who
has been held at Central police sta
tion for investigation since June 13,
will be returned to Colccamp, Mo.,
where a charge of grand larceny will
be placed against him, Dave Dick
inson of the United States secret
service announced yesterday.
Nickolson's arrest was the result
of the accidental discovery of $1,800
in government bonds, cached m a
locker at the Wellington Inn, by
Manager Ramey of the inn. Man
ager Ramey turned the bonds over
to Mr. Dickinson, who learned from
Washington that they had been
stolen from Mrs. Henrietta O'Farrcll
From Colecamp, Dickinson ob
tained a description of the man who
took the bonds from Mrs) O'Farrell.
Using the description, and with th2
assistance of Manager Ramey,
Dickinson picked out Nickolson, who
was employed in a restaurant ad
jacent to the Wellington Inn.
A photograph of him has been,
dientificd by Mrs. O'Farrell and her
son, according to Dickinson. The
bonds were unchanged in any re
spect, the officer says. Mrs. O'Farrell
also charges that Nickolson, who was
in her employ on a farm, stole $350.
Two Held for Attack
on Volunteer Officer
Two of four men sought for at
tacking a Chamber of Commerce
volunteer traffic officer at Nine
teenth and Charles streets at 2 Sun
day afternoon were arrested yester
Thev are George and Fred Reed,
4220 North Thirty-third street, who
face charges of assault and battery,
reckless driving and resisting an of
Clarence Kirkland, 2218 Burt
street, suffered a broken tooth and
was struck over the back with a
tire tool in the fight with the four
men, he told police, and Fred Bacon,
2589 Kansas avenue, received a gash
on the cheek.
"The quartet was behaving as if
intoxicated," Kirkland said, "and
when I gave the driver a summons
to appear in court for reckless driv
ing the four attacked us."
Youth Accused of Selling
Aunts $500 Rings for $20
R. W. Stephenson. 1302 South
Thirtieth : avenue; is being held by
police for investigation.
His arrest followed the disaDDear-
ance on June 15. of three diamond
rings valued at $500 from the home
of his aunt, Mrs. M. L. White, with
whom he resided.
Stephenson sold the rings for $20.
according to detectives, then spent
the money entertaining girl friends.
William Drake and Wife
Sued for $40,280 by Woman
E. Alice Hill brought suit vester-
day for $40,280 against William B.
Drake and his wife. Queen E.
Drake, alleging that four promis
sory notes are due.
Mr. Drake -is president of the
Drake Realty and Construction
$49,000 War Finance Loans
Approved for Nebraska
Washington. June' 19. (Special
Telegram.) The War corporation
announces that from June 12 to June
17 is approved advances for agricul
ture ad livestock purposes as follows:
Nebraska $49,000, Iowa $32,000,
South Dakota 1,000.
Lions to Hear Poet.
John G. Neihardt, poet laureate of
Nebraska, will be guest of honor of
the Omaha Lions' club at its weekly
luncheon at Hotel Fontenelle to
day noon. He will read a number
of his poems. Final arrangement will
be made for the annual election and
evening party June 27 at the Pret
tiest Mile club in Miller park.
Tornado Wrecks Barns
Beaver City, Neb., June 19.
(Special Telegram.) A small tor
nado and hail storm struck this
vicinity and barns and small build,
ings were wrecked. Some stock was
killed by lightning.
Annual Benefit Picnic
The third annual picnic for the
benefit of the little ones by the Sa
maritan Rescue Army will be held in
Elm wood park July 18. The-Samaritan
Rescue Array headquarters is
located at 2420 Cuming street.
Sister of Omahans Dies
Word has been received here of the
death in Spokane. Wash., of Mrs.
Ada Talmage Held, sister of L. N.,
Fred and A. J. Talmage of Omaha
and Mrs. A. Gates. Genoa, Nob.
Bee 'ant -ds will sell your furni
ture, rent or,sell your house or room,
seenre competent help for you. The
cost is low, too.
Vic in Gift to
Bcc Milk Fund
More Thau "Book Learning 1
Taught at Saunders School,
Where Pupils Show
More rhoo cloed Friday four
grades of Saunders school, Forty
firot and Ca streets, vied with each
other in showering coins into The
Bee's free milk and ice fund for poor
The Eighth Grade Boosters col-lorn-it
$H: the First Grade Elephants.
$1.15, and the Seventh gride,?!, the
balance left from a picnic fund.' An
other classroom contributed earlier
in the week.
1nr tttaiii ''book learning'' Is
taught in this school. It is evident
that a spirit of unelfishness and
uhifnlnf (or others in more
needy straits is inculcated. The pen
nies of these little ones will do much
for less fortunate children of their
own age and younger.
The fund, which the Visiting Nurse
association administers, yesterday
went over tne $w marie, as iomows:
Priawly Brknnrlmlgrd fUS.1t
miKrm r ( union, i
II. L. 1.M
Mrs. A. K. NMblnm. bn, tm I.M
K. M. A., (ulhrnbars, Srb t.M
Su I. Tmr. Atriamlrii.. rb I.M
A. V. Mrtlmr I.M
Frlrml, IUtlnt I.M
Mra. Arthur M-ta S.tM
P. M. Campbell ft.M
mj I no
Mmdcn tetanol children IS.M
And Until Further Notice the Price of Nebraska Power Co.
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Our' employees are our salesmen, and they will be
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high-grade saving plan. . '
Farnam tt 15th
Omaha May Get
Ship Which Took Prises at
Monmouth Meet Will Be
Made to Sell at
Coiinlruilion of the new Brltanca
airplanes will be started mmiii a
factory arrangements have been com
pleted either at Omaha or Monmouth.
111., according to Victor II. Root of
Omaha, one of the promoters of the
The Bellancat will sell for $6,000
Mr. Swaney. head of the CurtUv
Iowat Aircraft corporation, which
operates an airline passenger service
between Chicago and Kansas City,
already has placed an order with Mr.
Root for six Bellanca planes to be
delivered as toon at possible.
The first Bellanca plane, con
structed in secret at Omaha, won
four of the seven honors in the mid
west airplane meeting at Monmouth
The Bellanca it a five-passenger
commercial type plane designed by
Prof. G. M. Bellanca and manufac
tured in Omaha at Twenty-seventh
and Leavenworth streets, managed
and financed by the following Omaha
business and professional men: Vic
tor. H. Roos, A. H. Fetters. J. VV.
Elwood. Dr. Charles W. Tollard,
Cliff Calkins, and Al Dreshcr.
The plane is equipped with a 90
h. p. motor.
Mr. Roos has spent the last few
weeks visiting the McCook govern-
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nient experimental depot, the Dton
Wright Aircraft corporation, tlit
Thomas Mori and other airplane
Prof. Bellaa.a. who designed the
ship, it of Italian birth,- coming to
this country II year ago, and the
present Bellanca C. V. it the sixth
successful plane he has designed and
The Clumber of Commerce at
Monmouth already has decided to
raise a tub.tantial amount to secure
the factory of the new Bellanca plane,
nut acroraing to air. koos, mis tac
lory will remain in Omaha if possible.
FOR A CONSTIPATED CHILD
A small Iom of Dr. CaldwalTt
Syrap Pepeia wOl bring
MOTHER, when one of the
children la conttipated are
you going to give the first lax
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Don't be beguiled by the out
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2314 M Street
Burglars Break Skylight
in Poitoffice Substation
Burglars broke through the sky
light at the Walnut Hill po.toflice
substation Sunday night and fled
through the rear door. Superin
tendent William G. Trice notified
f'ostmaster Charles E. Black mill
ing apparently was missing. This
leads him to believe, he reported, the
marauders were jutt boys. About
a year ago thit substation wat
robbefl of an employe's coat and a
I man ;as tent to the penitentiary for
me crime, ne satu.
will find it is not necessary to take
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and Statement Which
pA(r1anil Tnillanti Mt tan HmhUa M
e MeiMjMiMiwiw- HUIVI
ith irregularity and constipation and
iwouia unan nave
to he down be
cause of paint.
One Sunday my
aunt waa visiting
us and aha aaid
her girls took
Lydia K. Pink
Compound and got
well, so mother
aaid ahe pueaaed
the would let me
me goooana i praise ic nigniy. iou
are welcome to use this letter as a
ttUmonial. "-Stella Newton, R.
R. 8, Portland, Indiana.
Mothers You should carefully
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her W the danger which comes from
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working. Do not let her overatudy.
If the complaint of headache, paint
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