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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1922)
TIIK SUNDAY PEE: OMAHA. Al'UfST 27. 1922.
; Arlor Is Slain
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Edgrwatrr Man Savs Pral
Man InMiltcil Wife Woman
in yiifitiion Witnnes Kill
ing In Own llomr,
Ntw Votk, Aug 2 - A dmMt
trianiil in the motion fiirtm orM
ftl'led in the kiliiritf i Jehu !rrin,
a oun inti vin im-iuif n". '
K'n a hit ami killr! (v ti-urK !,
Clin. lifiir lor lx lilm in the
latter' hrimi In KIiitrr, N. J.,
nr ih K"ri !. iiilurt umliot,
while Mr (."line lii,knl am.
I'ltnr, who w nmitr'liJ'rly ar
rcitcl on thr tr.if k tntinlrr, tnM
County JJrtftive Nailian Allvii thai
Hrrgril ial itlJtjltr.1 Mm. Imr rv
ffil wr'Ll ago wlulf ill three
working; in fm tutr for the Vr
Film corporation at Ja't Lake Civ,
nd that he ami Hrrgrn iuarrrlfl
over Mil I line lirn Itrrjirn went
to I'Miiwatrr yr.irnlay.
According t (line, he hroiiKht out
Iwo revolvrrr,, gvt mie to I'.rrgfn
nd callrd Upon him to rinjaK' a
duel in the jirrntnte ff Mn, Clmr,
For ome re"", not explained in
Chile's statement, the piMnl tattle
wa ralM off, and he took (lie re
volver away from BcrRi-i), I.al'r,
however. Hire said. .Huiim altail'd
him uilli a IjI.ii ki.uk and he shot in I
The tory toM ly Cline had it that
flrrgrn ran out of the house and fell
dead in the street almut a block away.
Proecntor A. C. Hart, Orgrn nnm
tv, in announcing that he would have
Cline held (or murder, (minted "tit
that this part of Cline' story disa
greed with the atateiiieiiU made y
the Kdgewmter polire, who .iid they
had found Hewn on the sidewalk in
front of Clitic's home,
According to the police TVrgen wn
atill alive, although unrotmriuu. and
did not die until he wa taken to the
Cline wa taken to the F.dgewatrr
police Nation, together with Mrs.
Cline and her two brother, Lawrence
and Thorns Scullion. Owen I-ang-don,
an Kdgewater taxicah driver,
wis also held ai a witness.
Man With Wonndrd llrart
Asks $2:,000 From Girl
DirmiiiKham, Ala., Aug. 21 What
value i to be placed upon a ni'tti'i
Charlie Bnndi estimatei that about
$25,000 in cold cash would be right
According to paper filed through
hit attorney in court, Pondi in at
tempting to recover tlrii amount
from Lena Danna, who, he allege
in hi complaint, entered into a per
fectly good agreement to marry him.
Bondi further claim that, after he
had purchated kitchen utensil,
houiehold furniture and expended
certain um of money for fruit and
flower, the lady in the case uddenly
auffered a change of mind.
The tory leaked out, Bondi wa
laughed at by his friend, and the
tuit i the remit.
Clear-Blycd Woman, 108,
Finds Pipe Most Fun
Columbia, Mo., Aug. 26. To be
able to read without the aid of glasses,
although the is eight years beyond
the century mark in the journey of
life, is a daily habit with Mrs. Lem
uel Shadrick of this city.
She is a staunch advocate of smok
ing. "For enjoyment nothing can com
pare with ismoking a cob pipe," the
aged woman declared. "I learned to
moke when I was 7.
VWhen people learn to laugh suf
ficiently and look at the bright side
of things I a msure their earthly ca
reer will be of longer duration," she
California Man Grafts
Prune to Apricot Tree
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. lb.
Luther Uurbank has a rival I
D. V. Barrick, civil war veteran,
of Sawtelle, is celebrating the second
greatest event in his life.
The first event was when he
marched "with Sherman to the sea,
and the second is that he has suc
ceeded in making prunes grow on
Two years ago the veteran soldier
grafted prunes on to two apricot
trees, anil, while the fruit will not be
ripe until next month, both trees are
literally "full of prunes."
Deaf Mute Puts Hi
Fingers Out of Joint
Calling Wife Names
Los Angeles, Aug. 26 Alfred Si
mon, who moved here last year from
Chicago, put hi finger all out of
joint calling hi wife name. Heing a
mute, he could not speak to hi wife
in the usual way hmbanil speak to
wive just before divorce suit are
filed, but with his fingers he did a
well a he eoiild be expected. Yes
terdar Mr. Fred Simons urd for
divorce, acciiiing her hutband of
ealbng her nmny, many namr.
She alJ charged he accused her
(lelv ct a number ct act, In the
nighttime it e.iy It hrr to,
vd learning thce thing btcatxe I
all h did wat t dun ct tlx buht, '
fcut in the d.ivtiutt he could net hi l;
but the a'uii that h liraprd u; on '
her, ih i I, i
After ad!icing h'r i'h hit M-'
g era o i-f ai' th emi '.n:t! ;
tUtrt, b )fph.td hi I'lJI't
hutiher kmlt in n hind a I with j
the other nniMftt tlut hi w it
ik I t kill ker.
W. J. MANSFIELD
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Pioneer Nebraskans Observe Golden Anniversary
Columbus N'cb, Aug. 26 (Special.)-
Surrounded by their rhddren
alul grandchildren, Mr. and Mr.
Theodore K. Matzen, I'i'Jiirer A
j Mat te county and f-T the past 15
years resident of Colirrliut, ob
erveil their golden wedding anni
versary at their home. Mr. Afaten
was born in lJcrim.uk in WIS. lie
License lo Wed
Oriental May Seek Court Ac
tion to Allow Marriage
to White Girl.
Marriage License Clerk Stubben
dorf thought it was a Chinaman
who asked for a license Saturday
to marry a Council Bluffs white
girl. The man, however, told him
that he is a Korean and neither
Chinese nor Japanese.
Mr. Stubbcndorf ruled that the
law does not permit a Korean to
marry a white girl. The man, who
ay fiTV I New York New Orleana Chicago fi
s ' TVl-" VT .fc I 8TAI jCH AIT II If T
.. JmiUtm't. '- i i Aft? A ,ii.E
TRKD PARK'S PAINT
2 US am! I. Sli.
j. n, IONG
23-31 South Main Si ,
W. J. MANSFIELD
n:: r.,..n. ji,... "The Devoe lt!n( Store" o.k.,N.i..
S i a T f . v . t iJ!!.;;,.:;;..;.i ill
came to San Franrico, nnd from
there he went to Chicago, where he
married Iirrtha M. lvemn in l?i.
The following spring thry came t
Cidumbii to liomesteail near Crrs-
Of the two Mr. at7cn was the
practical farmer. She had been born
on a farm in Denmatk in 151, Mr.
Matzen did not know farming, hav
speaks broken F.nglish, went to the
American Legion ' where Adjutant
Hough took his name as K. K.
Song and sent him on to the Y. M.
C. A., where F.ducational Secretary
Shaw declined to do anything unless
the prospective bridegroom brought
the girl to him.
Song claims lo have American
naturalization papers. He is a mem
ber of the American Legion, having
served in the army two years over
seas, he. said.
Korea is on the Chinese mainland
just opposite Japan and is a Japa
The case may be taken to court
in the form of application for a
writ of mandamus by the Korean to
compel issuance of the license.
The elephants of Ceylon are es
teemed for their superior strength
"newly painted" look
Walls that hold the charm of color
and retain their freshness for years
with the help of soap, water and
Such are walls finished with Devoo
Velour Finish, (a flat oil paint)
The soft, flat tints, in which this product
is manufactured, are always artistic,
lending an enriching background to
the furnishings, and an air of good
taste and dignity to the room.
Devoe Velour Finish can be applied on
any interior wall or ceiling.
Devoe Products are time-tested and
proven backed by the 108 years'
experience of the oldest paint man
iifacrorirrg concern in the U. S.
SoU hy tk Dercsf Agtwt m yomr tvmtmtnity
Dcvoc & Raynokfa Co., Inci
New York New Orleans Chicago
2203 Military Ave.
C. C. JOHNSON
6CY1.H Miliury Av.
; HERMAN VI ER RECCE R
j 5220 NottK 21th 51.
ib. ' jt . ' m m mm m . m . - ' m w r- w av m
ing taken up the carpenter trade, but
he learned from bit wife and made
a prosperous farmer. With tliey
had saved they bought a team of
on and aome of the ticcejsary im
plement which were available in
t!ioe pioneer day.
Although S7 jiars old, Mr. Matzen
tan be i-in d.iiiy driving lit auto
mobile, lie and Mrs. Matzen, 71,
'Cod and Vice Skvad"
Win Tlianka in Akron
Akron, O., Aug. 26. Are you good
at reading letters r
Well, here's onr for youl
"V'e tank to God and trf vice
skvads becose the arrest di 2 ledis
an 3.16 liartge St, dc nem is Keith.
Ethel and Lillic. and vc tank you it
on nut tern out vun here. Ve never
bad tern kine dor pepl in our nebcr-
hud. shem for our children.
"Vc hope you put tern in yel and
ve tank your
The above letter was received by
Tolice Judge Lionel S. Pardee. It
refers to the case of Kthel and
Lillie Kcicli and Abe Wise of No,
336 Bartges street, charged with
illegal possession of liquor. Lillie
was fined $100. The charges against
the other two were withdrawn.
II USH IS
40th anj 'amin 51 a.
HUNT A Fl.INN
19H EaV St.
VV. J. M AN SKI El D
U22 Earnam St.
t ri .".lil
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are both enjoying good health.
Nine children were born to them, rf
whom ix are now living: Dr. K.
Matzen of F.scondido, I'al.; Chris
Matzen, a farmer living near St, Kd
ward, Neb.; County Supervisor Wal
ter Matzen, Columbus; Mrj. George
Ifirsch of St. Kdward, and Mamine
and Knitna Maten, upcrinteudentk
of the Columbus hospital.
Standard Oil Company
Organizes Czech Urancli
Tarin, Aug. 26. Thronnh il
French subsidiary the Standard Oil
company of New Jersey has just or
ganized a Czech company with head
quarter at J'raftiie, to exploit its ex
clusive concession in Czccho-Slo-vakia.
The capital is 100,000.000 Czech
crowns divided into 100,000 shares
with the Standard conipary holding
48 per cnt ami the C'ch Kovcrn
mcnt the remainder. Of nine direc
tors, the Standard Oil company
names four and the government five.
The company will operate particu
larly in Moravia and among the Car
Healen to Death;
Woman Finds llodv
Murka Show Afinl Mail Dinl
righting Woman and
Two Men ArrrMn! in
South llrnd. Inil, Ante 2d
firoiKe V. Sluw, a rripide, iS, who
lived alone in the mull building that
liouted hi grocery more in lrovn
ville, Mirh, M mile froiu South
Itrnd, wa found beaten to death in
(runt f hi tore early yesterday.
Hi body, garbed in night rhtihru
and lijiper, wa dinovered by a
woman seeking to make an early
purchase. A few feet awav, bent
and broken, wa a flashlight that
Shaw wa accustomed to use in
making hi May about the siore.
That Shaw had died fighting de.
spile hi ditabihty wa ihown by
mark in the damp earth.
Shaw lived alone. A married
daughter live in South llrnd and a
brother in Klkhart,
esterday afternoon Sheriff U'y
niaii arrested Mr. and Mis, Frank
Milliberger and the former's coiiin.
Krnest. Mrs. Milliberger, 2S, had
hern employed a a rlerk in Shaw'
Hore, while ih biuband and cousin
worked on their trurk farm tine-half
Krnest Milliberger, iubabiunl of
the town ay, had been in the habit
of appearing at the store al 5 or 5 .10
each morning. This morning he did
not arrive until after 8, more than
three hour after the body had been
found. He wa wearing a different
coat than usual. Search for the coat
which he usually wore, it i alleged,
ha proven unavailing,
Hrownsville is in ('ass county and
today' murder make the fifth crime
of a similar nature within the last
year in the county, The murder
are all unsolved, out it i not be
lieved the crime of today ha any
connection with the previous
Copg Keturn $3(MX)0 to Man
Who Hadn't Yet Midori 1 1
Venice, Cal., Aug. 2rt. Detective
Thomas Heffron and Officer Laur
ence Klein, crossing a vacant lot,
noticed two suitcases in the weeds.
They opened them and found bonds
valued at $50,000, together with the
name of the owner, E. Williams of
Venice. They went to William'
home, aroused him from a nap, noti
fied him his home had been visited
by burglar nd returned the bonds.
"This is the first I knew about it,"
The Sale of Automatic Washers
has been extended to August 31st, to
take care of those we have been com
pelled to disappoint in deliveries.
The word "economical" might have been coined to
describe this wonderful electric washer. It's about $15
cheaper than other good machines, but has:
Straight side, large capacity
Malleable iron gears at points of
Come and see it in
$5 Per Month
r$ Power Co.
Dairy Han lira Hand
to Inspire Con n to
Snu Msmica. Cal. Aug. 26
Jat music makes cow givt mora
and better milk, according to Wal
ter G. Brook, buslnes rtunagtr
rf a bias band maintained by
employe of a dairy company heif,
Urook declare that tine 1921,
when the band wa ornnel, the
cows have broken all record lor '
"Wt began practicing every
afternoon after the cows had been i
milked," said II rook. "At Inn, '
we were not very good, But when i
we got better, we began to notice '
that the cows wcie giving more '
milk, richer in butterfai. The more
proficient we became and the more
harmony and pep we put into our
selections, the more milk produc
"Now we play for the cows
and we believe we have as good an
organisation as any brass band in
lYd-raI l'til Dirtiilitition
to lie Fndrd Next Week
Washington, Aug 21 The volun
teer federal fuel tlifiihutin organ,
ijtioii will cease to function next
week, it wa indicated last flight bv
roal committer official. Increased
bituminous roal production, it was
said will make use of the toper
ionly tyntcm of furl distribution
unnecessary after next Monday.
Willi the discontinuance id this
method of einy gem y coal handling,
fuel movement will be bft to the
regular priority classifications of the
interstate commerce commission
pending the enactment of legislation
by rongret to meet the fuel supply
situation. Federal Fuel Distributor
Spencer, it is believed, will retain a
skeleton organization for a lime to
provide a iiiirleu to build i't any
distribution agency whuh .,, iy be
created by congrei.
Proprietor of Pop Stand
Fined on Liquor Charge
Kdward C, Howard, propiietor of
CROSS - EYES STRAIGHTENED !
In One Visit, Without Discomfort, Hospital,
Chloroform or Ether, in OMAHA
DR. S. JOHN RANDALL
Chicago' Eminent Specialist in disease of the
KYK, EAR, NOSB AND THROAT
who fur SO year ha prsrilrrd In th leading ty, nr. non and Ihrntt
rllnln and huapltali of Kurop anil America, la coming la OMAHA,
NEBRASKA, to ttrflitnltn cross-ay, and will b in a position to taka
car ol a law mors cases whll bar. Writ to his Chicago uffir for an
appointmanl Including a Ire ssamlnallon whll In yur cllyi which
plscss you undar no obllfatlon.
DR. S. JOHN RANDALL
EYE, EAR, NOSK AND THROAT SPECIALIST
Sulla 1 ta 8-T 6 W. Randolph Slract Chics, 111.
copper Solid cast aluminum top.
All weight on wringer post, not on tub.
strain. Extra large, easy-rolling castors.
extension bench for tubs.
iit diink larbr at Nineteenth
and Cimiing oirreu, Mas fined JMW
in .soipli Oti'aha polie rouit Stu
iUv morning s a trsidt of the find
mi.' a quantity il lnpinr when the
police tiioialt i-i'.ij'l ru.lrd his place.
Tor tha hot. buinl'l '.!? ill it make
t our f t KH'I burn. t'ntilett
Itliiiea at si-1 iiiii irhrf
t'alitllever Mum a l palli'i liril fioni
lb li.iliil il dUtllli t-f the font Holt-null
la auili lioliil eomtiirl that
Jon r niver c"i'rlmi that fault
lever siriur touch th foot at any
Tliei 1 ampu loom Tim
itmer rl. Hn. s l.t. li folli Hi lino
or the fool, alloM 111 toe lo polul
Mr, .ulit Mlna. in their nalurl pout
lion, Ttie lo'tl of I'uiilllevrr Hhoei
llalillv lillel; Il lenila lo dia-
tril'Ute the wi lehi vrnly,
Tim flexll'lr hank ta drawn un
when h iho la Inred so that It
tiii-et nnd Ri'ppoits tb iinh of the
(jot at vry point. Th flelhlllty
nl th art tiik ullawa th mini' le lo
eeirs freely, which alreiiKl henn
l lie nrrh mine lr and prevaiit fallen
Try t'anlllever Hhoea for your
KornoH-r foot trnuhlea. Voy will tike
ilirlr good lock and their refreah
Iiik i oti.foi t.
All guinauorb cllnilualrd; nery
mIioc l now III K ty A-ray Mliliout
rlrn i-hniEe lo yon.
SI. 2 lo II. Id Hi AAA to
For Men and Wonii-n.
IIOSll-:itV, SI'ATH and Jtl'IHtEltS.
Sold In (Hiiiiliis Only by
rAvriM;vi:ii hiioii miop.
1 70S Mouaril Mrert,
OhhiI0! V. W. ( . A. Itulldlng.
Wrltp for Free Hook let.
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