Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1922)
THE OMAHA BEE: THURSDAY, JULY 13. 1922.
for Congress Stand
for World Peace
Half Doten Aspirants for
Washington Hope to
Make Harmony of Na
tion Permanent. '.
Washington, July 12.-World peace
is tbe first plank in the platform of
six women candidates for congress,
sll of whom are prepared with def
inite legislative proposals for achiev
ing Oil, 35c
A New Tread -a Lower Price
Reliable Goodyear Quality
Here is a new Goodyear Cord Tirea big, sturdy, long
wearing tire that sells at a price lower than you are asked
to pay rorvmany "long discount" tires of unknown value
It has a different tread from the famous Goodyear All
Weather Tread Cord a new tread with a deep, clean-cut,
cog-like pattern and it sells for from 20 to 25? less.
It has in it the same high-grade long-staple cotton, the same
Goodyear patented group-ply construction, the same liber
ally oversize dimensions.
When you buy the 4Vi-inch size, for example, you get a tire
whose actual measurement is nearly 5 inches.
Don't confuse this Goodyear Cross-Rib Tread Cord with
other popular-price cords which sell at the same price or for
In many cases, these other cords are made of inferior mate
rials, with short-staple cotton as a foundation.
Get the tire that is good enough to carry the Goodyear name,
that is built to safeguard the world-wide Goodyear reputation.
All of die Goodyear Service Station Dealers listed here
have the Goodyear Cross-Rib Tread Cord, as well as the
famous All-Weather Tread Cord, ready for you now.
Compare these prices with NET prices you are asked to pay for -long discount" tires
30 s 3)4 Clincher $13.50 32x4 Straight Side.. $25.45 33 x4 Straight Side. $32.15
30 s 3yi Straight Side . . 15.85 33x 4 Straight Side . . 26.80 34 x 4tf Straight Side . . 32.95
32 3X Straight Side.. 19.75 34x4 Straight Side . . 2735 33 x 5 Straight Side . . 39.10
31 4 Straight Side . . 23.50 32 x 4 Straight Side . . 31.45 35 x S Straight Side . . 41.05
These prices includt mtnutcturer's excise tax
Goodyear Cross-Rib Tread Cord Tires are also made in 6, 7 and 8 inch sizes for trucks
ADKINS MOTOR CO.
Authorized Ford and Lincoln Dealer
4911-17 South 24th Street
ATIaatic 4S6 MArkct 0420
GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION
The Battery Station
of North Omaha
NORTH SIDE GARAGE
L. H. ASDELX, Prep.
Goodyear Service Station
-STORAGE aad GENERAL REPAIRING
'" ' 1307 Norte 18th Street
Phone WEbeter 0307
('. . reteal Offlre
ing that end, accprding to a state
ment issued yesterday by the na
tional council for reduction of
Mrs. Wiimifrrd Mason I luck,
daughter of the late Representative
William E. Mason, who is a repub
lican candidate for the house, advo
cates an amendment to the constitu
tion making the declaration of war
impossible, except by direct vote of
the people. '
Mrs. Hen Hooper of Wisconsin,
democratic candidate for the senate,
said She accepted the nomination in
the hope that if elected she might be
able to do more effective work to
ward - securing permanent world
peace from the inside of the senate
tban from the outside.
"1 believe that we as citizens should
be willing to further any honest aim
Your Sio in the Now Goodyear Cross
Troup Auto Supply
2027-29 Farnam Street
Pi Goody '
Cronin Tire Repair Co.
4630 South 24th Street Phono MArket 0679
Full Line of Goodyear Cross Rib Tread Cord Tires
Full Lin of Goodyear Croa
HART TIRE &
718 Yt South 16th Street'
- GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION
30th and Ames Avenue 1 Phone KE nwood 1907
0. L. RHOADES
2010 Harney Street
Phone AT Untie 3322
for world peace," Mrs. Anna Oleson,
democrat, of Minnesota, said.
Equally decided sentiments were
expressed by Miss Belle Kearney
of Mississippi, who is a candidate
to succeed Senator John Sharp Will
iams; Mrs. Izetta Jewell Bown of
West Virginia and Mrs. Lelia Scott
Edmondson of Alabama, democratic
candidates, prospectively, for the sen
ate and house of representatives.
Storm Damage Near Wichita.
Wichita. Kan., July 12. Wind.
rani ana nan Aionaay nignr caused
damage estimated at. $1,000,000 in
territory within a radius of 60 miles
of Wichita. Reports received here
late yesterday indicate the greatest
damage to property and growing
crops was 111 the - Eldorado and
Affgusta oil field, where more than
31XI oil rigs were demolished.
repair shop west of Chicago.,
Rib Tread Cord Tires
Phone ATlutic 2825
for All Cars.
g. & g.
Goodyear Service Station
2415 Leavenworth Street
Phone AT Untie 1261
SCC JICCI AND MACCIC IN FULL
PACC OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BC
Taken at Fremont
Claimed He Intended to
Operate 28 Fords and That
He Had $28,000 in
Fremont, .Neb., July 12. (Special
Telegram.) Another ,allcgcd Fond
came to grief here today, when I.
McDonald, 26, president,- owner and
promoter of a mythical "Rent a
Ford" establishment, with a capital
of $28,000, was arrested by local po
lice on the charge of obtaining money
under false pretense.
Investigation proved that -McDonald
was recently paroled from jail
at Ft.. Madison, la., where police state
he was sentenced for forging a $475
check. The alleged promoter makes
his home at Council Bluffs, where he
was formerly employed as a special
agent for the Northwestern railroad,
according to officials..
Was Among Elite.
McDonald came to Fremont about
two weeks ago bubbling over with en
thusiasm and a scheme by which he
intended to operate an automobile
livery with 26 Fords. Drafts amount
ing to 98,lHJU, he said, were enroute
from 'Chicago. He talked his way
into the good graces of several prom
inent Fremonters and became a mem
ber of the "social elite." Last Mon
day he borrowed Deputy Sheriff
Jack Wall's Buick roadster to attend
an Ak-Sar-Ben at Omaha.
Police have gathered several checks
issued by McDonald in various busi
ness places of the city. Complaints
by the manager of Hotel Patminder,
where McDonald enjoyed the privi
leges of a distinguished guest, led to
his arrest, charging that his bill 'was
Meanwhile he is said to have gained
the confidence of his victims with the
story of his business proposition soon
to be started here, He pointed with
DOES THE HEAT IRRITATE YOl'T
Take Horeford'e Arid Phosphate
t'. 1 . I. nAwvaa MnT. -jfraahfM
Ufll t(IUUO) 111 IB"' ...... ...
bottles. At druggists. Advertisement.
Every Friday Night
to Clear Lake, la.
Leaves Omaha 7:40 p.m.
Arrives Clear Lake 7:30 a. m.
May be occupied until 8 A. M.
Sleeper will leave Clear
Lake every Sunday 10 :30
p. m., arriving Omaha
Week End Fare $ M0
30 Day Ticket 10.7$
Tkktb, fUnnatleni, tic. ma
MARSHALL B. CRAIG, C A. P. D.
H. T. MINKLER. D. P. A.
1410 First Nat'l Bit. Bid. Phono JA 0260
Consolidated Ticket Office
1418 Dodge St. Phone DO 1684
Branded in the Bade
TttSsr cga rfc&r
f700 600 495
The Art and M usic Store
1513-15 Douglas Street
Man' two or three -place suits cleaned
HIT Farnam Street
Dundee Garage Co.,
4818 Dod(o Street
Phone WAIaut 05S4
Full Lino of Goodyear Crete
Rib Trend Cord Tires.
- amr' - aw w m
I 1 1 i i a rr-. i
jl 7.J ,: 1M1 sv Int-l Fiatumc Sewvies. Inc;
pride to the publicity given -the new
cnterpri.se by the newspapers, police
staled, lie visited the jewelry stores
of the city, pricing diamond riniss
and announcing his intention of buy
ing "when my drafts arrive."
Accompanied by a woman mtro
duced as his wife, McDonald entered
a local automobile sales room and
told her to pick any make of car she
preferred, regardless of expense, lie
alleged to have made arrangements
with the McCaffrey Motor company
of Omaha, for his fleet of automobiles.
McCaffrey stated in Fremont today
that McDonald had as yet not placed
C. C. Cow of Norfolk Heads
S. S. A. of Madison Couuty
Norfolk. Neb.. July 12. (Special
Telegram.) C. C. Gow of Norfolk
was chosen president of the Madi
son County Sunday School associa
tion at the convention which met
here. Other officers, chosen were:
Judge M. S. McDuffee, Madison,
vice president: Mrs. W. L. Whitla,
Norfolk, secretary-treasurer; depart
ment superintendents, Mrs. H. W.
Mason, Meadow Grove, children's
work; I. D. Woste, Battle Creek,
young people's division; Rev. W. E.
Babcock, Battle Creek, adult' di
vision; Mrs. J. N. Daugherty, Nor
folk, home department; Fred Crow
Icy, Battle Creek, visitation; Mrs.
Alice Hall, teacher training; R. G.
B. Nance, Tilden, pastor.
Cutting of Early Oats
Begun in Randolph Region
Randolph, Neb., July 12. (Special.)
With the first rounds cut from
fields of early oats the past weekend,
cutting of early oats began in earnest
here today. Early oats promise a
good crop, some fields being estimat
ed at 35 to 40 bushels. Late oats, es
pecially sown after the' snowstorm
of April 10, are thin in stand and only
a fair crop is , expected. Corn has
never looked better and although
there has been nothing but threats
of rain for a week, is not suffering
from dryness. Potatoes have devel
oped much top, but rain which fell
at the "set-ting" season promise a
good yield. Rye which has been har
vested has yielded well, but is short
Concerts at Plattsmouth
Plattsmouth, Neb., July 12. (Spe
cial.) The city council has arranged
for weekly band concerts by the
Elks band of this city. The council
recently voted a small levy for "en
tertainment and amusement," but not
until this week were arrangements
made for the city to stand the ex
pense of these concerts, which for-,
merly had been borne by popular
subscription among the business men.
ing battle for
his own soul in the
didnot . S-TO'C
ll . 1 11. I j m a w
this fiv J
" If m i 'l: .
MAN'S thrill- . tefri;
A Beauty Picture Packed
ALSO A MACK SENNETT COMEDY
Brader and His Symphony Players.
Overture, "Raymond," by Thomas.
Drawn for The Bee by McManu
I've cox to
Farm Bloc Fails
to Obtain Duty
on Vegetable Oils
Agricultural Senators Lose
Fight to Remove Exemp
tion on Oils Used for
Washington, July 12. Agricul
tural senators failed yesterday in an
attempt to eliminate a provision from
the McCumber tariff bill which in
effect exempts soap manufacturers
and others, -using vegetable oils for
noncdible purposes, from the pay
ment of duty.
Senator Gooding. Idaho, head of
the western agricultural tariff bloc,
led the fielit for the elimination of
the provision. A motipn made by
him to strike it out was defeated by
a vote of 24 to 33. Sixteen repub
lican senators were among those vot
ing in the affirmative. Ihcy were
Senators Capper, Kansas; Harreld,
Oklahoma; Johnson and Shorrridge,
Lalitornta; Kawson, Iowa; Kellogg,
Minnesota; Ladd, North Dakota;
Ball, Delaware; Jones and 1'oindex
ter, Washington; Townsend, Michi
gan; Uddie, Mevada; I'hipps and
Nicholson, Colorado: McEnery, Ore
gon, and Uoodmg.
1 he senate approved the para
graph as reported from the finance
committee in the McCumber bill. It
imposes duties of 3 cents per pound
on cottonseed oil and soya beans.
Approval of the clastic tariff pro
visions of the McCumber bill were
urged by Senator Edge, New Jersey.
"If the tariff bill, in its final form,
fails to provide, otherwise than con
gressional 'action, some other meth
ods through which individual sched
ules can be revised downward as
well as upward, as circumstances
and investigation should warrant I
cannot vote for it," said Senator
Property Valuation Is -
Decreased in Pawnee
Pawnee City, Neb.. July 12. (Spe
cial.) The "valuation of personal
property owned in Pawnee county
decreased $1,146,116 in 1922 over
1921. This is shown bv fiaures com
piled from the records of County
Lierk A. K. Lock. Ihis does not
include the assessment of the oroo-
erty of the Pullman Car company.
the telegraph company, telephone
companies or the railroads. Part of
this decrease is the result of the
change in the methods of assessing.
With Thrills and Romance
ir ii iivv-v ii ia m
Raja Delays Uarvcit
I5etrice, Neb., July 12. (Special.)
Farmers are anxious for tome dry
weather so they can thresh their
wheat crop. Much of it hit been
Bteetorea Color ee4. .
Mt ! Cmf eee Peeee! HeM
si mi. fmwi I'M!. . rr
And Other Attractions
Has your office force, your family group, ;
your party of friends, your church organiza
tion, your club or society held its annual
picnic? We Invite you to call AT lantic 1120 .
or Council Bluffs 947 and let us. help plan. .
your outing. 4, ,
And a Bigger Hit
Cuattd by Cosmopolitan Productions)
By Fannie Hurst
If you want to weep a little,
milo a lot, and have your
heart filled .with happiness, '
tee this picture!
ie loud in its
praises of the
The Outdoors Girl in
a Lutnberland Thriller.
Knows Who She Is
A revival of tho host lough
you ever hsd.
The Superlative el SueeoBee
B Y DOPE DAVI0S0H
stacked in order to krrp it hnii
sprouting hi tlx- slink, end mr of
the gram remains in ilu- drM unaii.
rni.iTicu. .i .ktikms.s r
chas. b. Mcdonald
And Enforcemeet of Lew
Omaha, Today pi?
at 10:30 A. M.
AND THE GREATEST
ClOwtt RIDER0?4 EARTH
With the famous hmmsKxp rma
Seat Sale at Beaton's
Prices: Adult, 75c; Children, 50c
Including War Tax
Today and Tomorrow
Golden Moments' From'' rand
MORAN & WISER
The Boys With the Hats.
Sis Unequalled Vaudeville Acts end
And a Bill of Top-Notch Quality.
NEW SHOW TODAY , ,
Three Melvin Bros.
World's Moot Sensational Gymnasts
Fletcher it Terry
Gene A Myrtle Moore
Lea Hiuf Chin
The Cradle Butter
When in Need of Help
Bee Want Ads
Powered by Open ONI