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THU SUNDAY BEE: OMAHA. AUGUST C. 1922.
"Silent Jinf Is .
Ordered Held on
Msn of Mystery Fired Three
ShoU at Victim, TeMi.
niony at Inquet
'Silent Jim" Levine. alii Davis,
alias O'lirien, wa yetterday ordered
he d on ihareef of lint dearee mur
ler for the fatal shooting of Rolert
Kneitrich id South Onih ihurtday
night. - , ,
Teitimony before a coroner i jury
ye1erday showed that l-evine, who
wat.. under treatment lor a nervous
ailment at Creighton clinic,- tired
three thou at Knezevich.
Xevlnc 'did not take the witness
itand and remains a man of mystery
to the police.
' - Whisky Refused,
Testimony showed Levine and an
unidentified nun. who rcapeI. en
tered the soft drink parlor of Mike
Nichich; 54 South i wenty-nintn
street, at 9:30 and Levine asked for
a drink of whisky, which was re
Mrs. Nichich exclaimed that Le
vine had a gun and, according to
Reed Hanchett, Knezevich walked
Over to him and threatened to take
the gun and force it down Leviuc's
throat. Alter pacing the floor ner
vously Levine dashed out with a
threat, .Til get you yet."
Hanchett. Knezevich .and Sam
Tomich followed Levine, seeking
officers as - they t went.
;,r Turne to Shoot'
"Voa, -guys-" better quit following
me.' Levine warned .them;
"Near Thirtieth and, Q streets Le
vine "turned and shot, three times at
Knezevich, who. was fatally wounded
in the abdomen. ',; '"
Officers then took 119 the chase anil
captured Levine after engaging him
in a gun battle and wounding him.
Funeral servfees for Knezevich will
he'lield at 9 Monday morning from
phe Korisko chapel to St. Nicholas
Church, under auspices of the Artier-,
rc'an'Legion. Burial will be in Gr.ace
Iftnd Park cemetery. ;
C ' - "
Motorlew "Glider-' Volplanes
t. ' at Height of 3,000 Feet
. Qermont Ferrand, France, Aug. 5.
-($y A. P.) Optimism oyer . the
future of motorless . flying prevails
at Camp Mouillard,, where- the
"glider" contests" under, the auspices'
of, the first international experimental
congress of motorless airplanes will
begin tomorrow, to" continue unlit
V;T,h builders, pilots, .and officials'
tivijig in the enaivjiyjiar,the
Giant War Airplane
Ueiivered to rrance
Taris. Aug. 5 A new type of giant
airnlant wriuhina at most six tons,
including: three tons of bombs and
other rargo, was delivered to- the
French army by the rarman com
pany and patted trial srtreeikfully. It
i the biggest and heaviest airplane
ever built in t ranee.
The plane U driven by four mo
tors each of 4'KI horse-power and
ran remain .aloft for seven hours. It
is equipped with a powerful wireless
apparatus, many machine gunt and
two small cannon.
The Farman brothers are ol French
nationality, winch they took when
making airplanes for the French
army during the war, but their father
is still fcnglish, I he lamuy nat re
sided m France for 50 years.,
Rod it m- WU kiss. '
Hitr(s Anniiunt-mnt ha has r
rslvod hr of tha marrlsss ol Mis Wllro
May Wlcklsrr of Chic's", formsrly of
H.itrlrt, to JnMph I. Rodsr, which
acrurrsa t Ih horn ol lb brlils
ninnli. Rv. and Mr. P. A. Wlrklior.
Mr. Wirklrr la Bailor of en ol lha
Christian rhurch. at Chirac. Tha yauni
roupl will maka llvlr noma at Hugo,
WKU . .
Randolph MIDI .. Coultor, daughttr of
Mr. a oil Mra. Frd Coultar, farmsr ar
hr. ana rra mnvns or connnaa,
war married by Jndf Bryant at Hartlnc
ton. Thay will llva on a (arm two mllaa
west ol Coldrldgs.
Falrbury Lleanaa to wed waa Issurd by
Jurli Nutiman to Harlan M. Bhardn. 16,.
and Monrlev Vananadall, H, both raal-
asnt or seatrie.
. lonard-Klljr. .
York Oicar Leonard and Osrtrud Kel
ly, both of Tork, were married by Judie
H. O. Hopkins.
Tork -Harry Slmmnnson, nd . Osnlv
Wellington, both - ol U Ilea, were married
by Judge H. u. Hopkins. ......
Tork Tharlfa A. Straus ol Charleston,
and Halts I. Oilllland ol Tork - war
united In marriage 'by. Rev. Father Cyl-
Orsnd Island-vMlea Una Gross of 'Ab
bott, snd Arthur Kroeger ol Cairo, were
married by Judge Mullen. . -
Fuller-Gllmora.' ' ,
Grand Inland Miss Magaret Tsabell Ful
ler and Jean Ollmore, both of North Loup,
were married at the Hall county court
house by Judge Mullen.
DavU-ThatitDtoa.' ' .
Grand Island Lee Da via of St. Paul.
and Miss Lena May' Thompson : of Orand
Island, were married at tha First Metho
dist parsonage. The ring ceremony- waa
performed by Rev. Mr.' Stltt In the preaence
of Mrs. Katharine Thompion .ol tha city,
mother ol the bride, and Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Davie of St. Paul; parents of the
groom; Mlea Alma - Thompson, Lester
Davis, Miss Emma Thompson and Earle
In hie mother arm.
Mra. Marr Hredwell.
David City M re. Mary Hrouw.ll, a long.
time resident of this rlty, dird at her
noma, nh leavea three deuihiere. Mrs
Birdie Weild sf Hayard, Mrs. Ina Wood
or oonnvort ani alt. Leoua rguaon
of this elty. Funeral eervirra were held
in in tnruuan church her.
Daniel W. Parkw.
. moon I.SK lnil w. I'arker. II, a
veteran of ih civil war, wse buried here.
Mr, raraer aird at l.i-nv.nwnrih. (Can.
tie was me miner nr v, r i-arkrr, vie
Bresldrnt of Ilia t'lticriw' (Hale bsnlc of
Wood L. Mr. fsrki-r enlleted In the
Illinois Infantry at Ih beginning of tha
elva war and fought fur four era.
Table Rock Huth 1-hlliliia. 71 died at
Ma home In Hlchardson county. Ha
was a native of Knaland and had been a
reeldent of Richardson county elnre MS.
Funeral aervlcrs were held st Fleseant
View church, conducted by Rev. Mr. Her
nia. Ha Is survived by his wife and eeven
Mr. J. IS. Webber.
McCook Mr. J. 8. Webber, IS, mother
of Rev. 11. L. W ebber, American mls'lonary
in neoranka, aira ncre. i n pony wag i
taken, to Colorado Springs, ,
Mr. Hlocam Hhenherd.
Endlrott Mrs. Blocum Shevherd. e&.
died at her homo near -here. She waa
among the pioneer ol Jetfcrson county.
Callaway John C'aseel died at hi horn
near here -after a long Illness. Mr. Cas I
sel served In the confederate army.
' I.lord Murdoch.
Beatrice Lloyd, the young son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Murdock of DeWItt, died
uddenly. The body waa taken . to Wy-
more for burial.
kifot Mount CoftjM!grsejKesn-l :.n:
jrnliie that machines propelled TyniaifT,'"viri i cfty. h.-
pover, or. merely by the wind, are
Bifjsljiied to meif'fpras:ri
in' this next 20 V ear as tlte gasdnne
)niotored planes have achieved since
the Wright brothers made their test
Jligrhts at Kittyhawk, N. .
;.-General Large, comrnanding the
. 3th army corps, whose sbldiers arc
patroling the camp, pointing to a
glider"rpiloted by LicutcnaeitThoret,
jnaneuwcruig , J.uuu , tecr anove me
caxnp-jdipping, looping and' volplan
""ng said: . - -
; "Any one prophesying this 15 years
iago would have been interned in 4
lunatic asylum." J
'3 Girls and Man Die . A -i
I When Auto Hits Street, Car
Gary, Ind., Aug. 5. Three young
Avomcn and a man were"kille,d and a
"lan and two other wo'men'probably
ifatally injured last night, when an
Automobile side-swiped, a 'street car
nd crashed into a concrete abut
J. A. Harman was driving' the. auto
mobile and, according , to finesses,
was racing with another mach'jjie. He
attempted to avoid :tjie street car,
side-swiped it, and crashed into the
concrete wall. His automobile was
reduced to a tangled mass ,of wreck-'age-
The street car carried only .the
traotorman and one passengej'.-'-whp j
suffered no injury. ' '-'-.' .
Business Activities ,
Broom Factory Dividends,
t Deshler At tha annual meeting of the
stockholder of the Deshler broom factory
an S per cent dividend was voted. The fol
lowing directors were elected: H. J. Struve,
J Henry Krelmeyer, Harry Huge, Herman
-Hockbarth, Theo Druse, Wlllltm Degnor
;nd E. J. Mitchell. The director elected
(the following officers: H. J. Struve, pres
ident and general manager; Henry Krel
. meyer, vice president; Harry Huge, secre-
$. ' Beatrice A" bw front snd other im
Iprnvements are being made in the Ull
J,bert theater here", and the Work will con---
auma ajmonth or alx Veeks. during whlrh
w time tin place - will be "dark." It will
;mean an eullay of about $5,000.
Tlolet Store' Sold.
Tabl Rock TV. F. McMun-ay .has pur-
. chased the' general etoro of S..J5. Dinswell
fiat Violet, west 'of -here on the Burlington
( railroad, and haa taken chargo of the
.Build at Qiford.
, ' Beatrice The Blu Valley Mercantile
company of thl city la erecting a plant
-at Oxford. Neb., to cot approximately
S3S.S0. JohD Wltzki of thi city haa been
awarded the contract, for erecting, the
i building. a
j Has Many -Jobs.
1 - Tabl Rock Rev. C. E.' Austin, who is
! principal of the Burchsrd school and pas
It or of the Methodlat Eplacopal church at
'DuBoia, 1 also meting a managing edi
ttor of tha Auburn Herald during the ab-
senc of the owner. J. C Voline. He 1 an
t aold newspaper man and he flta In well as
aa editor and seems to make as much of a
t auecea of It as of hi preaching and teach-
Loaa Company Statement, -
! Tfnnz Countv Building and Loan assocla-
ttlon of Bloonft4d. Just published;': ehow
J a healthy condition. The total aeta
I amount tva.4Svt-nd there-are .first
I mortgage loans' to "the extent of J 47. 3 So.
!H. T. Freidrich I. secretary of .the asso
ciation and E. H.' Maeon. H - & Dlerk
and E. & Bagley ar directora.
Table Rock William Sutton of Table
Rock, and Mis Elsie' Tepoon of Lincoln,
were married at the residence of tha
bride In Lincoln. Mr. Sutton ha twice
represented Pawnee county In tha state
leKlslature and la . a civil war veteran.
Via bride was born' and grew, to woman
hood In Table Rock.. She moved to Lin
coln 20 year ago. . ,
E. Fey. castor
David City Christian church until a couple
of weeks ago. waa united In marrlaaa to
Vt Qolda CCnvtell .at the hpme ol th
brldo'e parents In. Oneida, -Kan. Mrv hnd
rare, rey aepartea oy auto lor. waterbury,
tnn, wnere Air. i ey i a pastorate.
Mra. Ilnrrr McBrlde.
B e a t r I c e Mr. Harry McBrlde. SS.
formerly of tha Fllley vicinity died at her
home at Crawford. Hha la survived by her
husband and a number of children. - Tho I
body waa brought to Fllley for burial.
Mra. A. J,. Green.
Beatrice Mrs. A. L. Qreen died at her I
home In this city. Funeral services wero
held In tha home, conducted by Rev, W,
Mr. Maraarvt ' Wilson. -
Beatrice Mra. Margaret Wilson, 74, for
35 years a resident of Beatrice, died after an 1
Illness of a few weeks. She Is survived by
- Mr. ' George Haxelton.
Beatrice Funeral services for Mr.
George Haselton, who died In Lincoln,
were neia in centenary u. is. cnuron nere,
conducted by Rev. J. Franklin Haas. -Mr.
Haselton la survived by her husband and
Mrs. Emma A. Robertson.
Tork Mrs. Emma A. Robertson, 6,
wife of J. B, Robertson, died at the family
home. She, with her husband, cam to
Tork county In 1881 and settled on a
farm near Waco. . Sixteen years ago they
removed tr xorlt. - ,
Week's Realty Sales -
j Trade Farm for Garage.
Tecnmseh. Olea Putnam of Tecumeeh
ha traded a 149-acre farm near 8cotts
i Bloff for the H. H. Neal Motor company
' garaga In Syracuse. Mr. Putnam will take
t charge at once, aad will move hi family
5 to Syracuse.
I Plan Garage at Graf.
!" Tecumseh. George Kohout ha bought
three businesa let In Graf, this county,
and will erect a garage building of cement
blocks, 4sx7 feet, one story. When com-
plated. Mr. Kohout son. A-'H. Kohout
1 who Uvea In Graf, and Clay Dollarhjde of
! Ltnrola will operate a gang - aad hop
la th building. -
j Will Ealarge Hwaaa. .
t ' DeWUt-rn Th Zwonnleeh.ck ft Aka-
arhtf atilitajgjcemaanjr tJe. Witt -is put.
Vwa"ln a .new andnaVar rement flam
than they formerly had. They expert to
wse th- wtr power to furnish electric
r to rue their large Hear sslU,
Forty-eight real estate sales of 14,00
or more, toianng iiiu.suu, were orriclally
'reported lailfweek in the office of 'register
vi ueeos -earce.
Twelve of these sale were of North
Side houses and 11 of them were In the
central district, between Cuming . and
i,eavcnwortn, east of Thirty-third.
Following are the sales by districts
B. F. Tawzer to G. GreenouRh, 2413
soutn Twenty-fourth street. 15,000.
- A. J. Tesar to Lule Vancura, 1436-38
soutn aixicentn street, 1,750.
Mary E. Obrecht to Charles T. Crow,
211 Pacific street. $7,800.
Mertle M. Wilson to Amelia Neltner,
!80S .Woolworth avenue, JC.800.
4Josenh Hnnnlr in Anna r Vn.
west-corner Thirty-third and Frederick
streets,s,000, .- . .,
.t - y -avna.oiut,
Alma,, Wasserburaer to . E. W FIpM
K533J.N0rth Twenty-fourth street. 5,700.
... oeugiey. 10 -ircne oeagiey, zvltt im
mett 'street, $5,000.''
O. F. Ellison to Marv E. Schuell. . 5SK4
ane street, ae.ovu. ., f
Lizxlo Adler td'C. B.' Wallace, 2S01 Bur.
dette .street, 14,400. i , , - ..-J,V
Myrtle L. Fratt to- .Tames F.. Whlnn.
southeast'' corner Twenty-eighth and. Newt
port avenue, 19,300. . . .
M. T.( Evoy to Edith B. C. Rudolph,
1805 Wirt.streeV $.5C. , , -John
KT Oshorne to- Claude! M. Thomp
son. iui Dactmin avenue, ss.ouo.
Janer Holly to . J. ; A.' Rodman. S57S
Crown Point avenue, 18,80.-
J. , Qerepacher to Nathan Romberg,
3213'North. Twenty-first street, 4,250.
iiarry cnristopnerson to Fetrlna soren-
son. northwest corner Twenty-fifth . and
t-innnoy streets, tti.uui). . . . .
Paul Samuelaon to Louise Cockrell.
northwest corner Twenty-sixth and Sara-
toga streets, ft. 300.
Bertha M. Snow to Bertha Balker,
S918-20-22-24 North Twenty-sixth street,
H. M. Higbins to Wm. Skogman. south
east corner Thirty-eighth and Daven
port streets, (12,500.
Oscar L. Peterson to J. P. - Gallagher,
4417 Farnam street, $4,000.
T. J. Sheehan to Wm. A. Rourke, 188
North Fortieth street. $6,800.
Crown Pine comoanv to Preston M.i-lll
1004-S-8 Capitol .avenue, $U;S(M). , .
Samuel Anderson to Blanch" Kaplna,
2647 Chicago street. $4,160.
Caroline D. Summers"'fo E T. Wlr,
418 South Thirtteenth trect and other
TV. W. Burton to Jacob, kyte, SIS South
Twenty-sixth etreet, -$5.5fli , . . .
.' Catherine J. Murphy -t to Cliff ord W.
Calkins. 1511-13 Chicago street. $7,000.
Clifford W. Calkins to Peter Klawltunn
1511-13 Chicago street, $7,000.
G. B. Kisley to Millie B. Lit-hthall. 1221
Cars street. $4,250.
Alfred Cornish" to Cecelia C. ' Burhtel.
218 North Twenty-second street, $10,000.
P. W. Down to. Isidore Goldstein, fii
Farnam atreet, $37,000. "
E. E. A-istfn t JniMh r .-.n.V...
S14-l-18-20 North Twenty-seventh treet
Ernest E. Austin to Emll K. ITnlst.
2708 Jackson street. $8,600.
Hans Olson to Berks' a Mu.li: " 1701
South Ninth street, $4,200.
Florence. : "
D. T. Tubb to Lucy Barton. . northeast
corner Twenty-eighth- and- flheffleld
Josephine 8pencer to R. C. Merrttt. lot
21 Folrence Heights, $7,600.
George W Mesrrath tn . .Tnh SnHli
1931 South Thirty-third etreet. $13,000.
v.. -v. v.siKins to l-lnkle Runne. 1335
South Thirty-fifth avenue, $10,500.
- .- . West Leavenworth.
Matilda Johnson to Anna D. Holt.'Wal
22i. street. between Forty-ninth and.
Fiftieth atreet. $6,000.
Barker company to Minnie T. Thomas,
soethweet corner. .' Fifty,-eighth . . and.
Leavenworth atreet. $6,70.
Fred Armbrnst to Minerva Holme,
northeast corner Fifty-first snd Leven
worth streets. $6,000.
Haiel L. Pratt to Bertha Bonoff. 4S11
Farnam street. $7.40. - -
Augusta M. Sturtevant" to Sadie' Har
ennch. .Fifty-third -atreet. between Dodge
and Davenport etreets, $":,7S0. .
Clarence T. Spier to K. Wlnnlfred Me
Connele, Fiftieth, between Ohio and Lake
sVeets. $4.25. ' -"
James Koxakes to Breda Andre. Forty
eighth, between ' Eraktne nd Burdette
streets. $5.75. -
Parmely Prltchard to Peart A. Flana
gan, 141 North Thirty-first street, $5,80.
Jamee Vlcholaa Doty.
Davld'Clty. James Nicholas Doty, SI;
earv? Battler of Rutlar countv. died at the
"home of his daughter, Mrs. C. P. Smith,
lnyEIkhart, Kan. Mrs. Smith and her
brother,' Herbert Doty, accompanied tn
body of .their father to David City, where
funeral ' services were neldJ in tne .Bap
tist church. Rev, J. K. Hoy conaucted the
TB: . Eektes.' ' -
Tork E. R. Eckle died at his home in
Thayer. Mr. Bcfcte, had been postmaster I
in tne vuisge ror i years, ua na peen
a resident here lor zc year.
Chairlea E. Lake.
' Tork Charlea E. Lake, 67 died "at 'hlg
home In Bradshaw. after a few hour Ill
ness. He waa a pioneer settler, moving
on a farm near the villas 40 year ago.
Mra. Marr Talbot.
Beatrloe-Mrs. Mary Talbot, 74, who
had been making her home with her ion,
tttorge in -tnts- .city lor tne past year.
died after a brief Illness. The body waa
taken to Seneca, Kan., ner former Dome,
tor ounau , . ..
Charlea E. Hunter. ' '
David City Funeral services Irer held
here for Charles E. Hunter. He came to
LButler. county In 1884. . He I survived. by-
nts wne ana one son, xvooeri Aunier,- os
iiapia uity. B, u.
D. C. Svenlngson.
Grand Island P. C, Svenlngson, for 40
years a resident of Grand Island, died
here. He was born In Denmark. He was
the father of Mr. E. B. Johnston of Grand
Mrs. Geisha B. Johannes.
Grand Island Mrs. Geisha Bosselman
Johannes. 64. a former resident of Worms.
but recently residing at Cortland, died at
the old home place. Surviving her are
her husband, Herman Johannes, to whom
she was united in marriage only about
two months ago, and two sons and two
daughters Residing near worms.
,' V Alexander Oadee.
Grand Island Alexander Oades, 65, died
at .Hastings'ana. was orougnt to urana xs-
lana -lor ounai.
' , .'John Grove..
BloomflMd John Groves, formerly sec
tion' foreman here and who later farmed
In this viclnitv. died at tne NorloiK Hos
pital and', tho; body was brought here for
; Lloyd Murdock.
i DeWItt Lloyd Murdock. son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Murdock. died at his home.
Funeral services were held in the home
and .the body taken to Wymore for burial.
A funeral service was held In the home
of -his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mur.
dock of Wymore. A. A. Murdock waa
th former editor of the DeWitt Eagle.
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Mr, Ftnke, uffl, lallug, oaisled by Kv.
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WJIiait Is Really GonIffl,
THE OMAHA BEE does . not belieye that .the volume
of advertising carried is; the best criterion of the
value of the newspaper as an advertising medium. But
much emphasis has been placed on advertising figures
in Omaha newspapers, so The Omaha Bee herewith gives
the story as shown by the July figures.
Gains in Paid Advertising Less Legal
The Omaha Bee
To be Absolutely fair to the other papers, and in the interests of
"clean advertising;," The Omaha Bee has eliminated entirely from
its figures 2,442 inches of special advertising- of the "Prosperity
Number" of July 2. With these figures included, grains are as
follows: The Omaha Bee gain. 32.05; The World-Herald gain,
16.63; The News loss, 3.73.
Omitted by The Omaha Bee, but published by The News,
were 315 inches .of oil stock promotion advertising.
The Omaha Bee Advertising Gains in Every Department:
Shaded portions of the rectangles below indicate percentage of gain, July, 1922, over July, 1921, level.
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Jhe Ontaha Bee e Omaha Bee 7he Omaha Bee
Note that The Omaha Bee shows a gain in ewry depart
ment The figures show this percentage of gain to be
greater in every department except one than the same
departments in the World-Herald's figures. The figures
for the1 News show a loss in every department except one.
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