The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927, September 10, 1922, Page 4, Image 4

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Datifilierty Holds
Church Property
Youngest Bank Official '
Here Began as Messenger
IS rctCU ill Goujxcwiy Appointed Assis
tant Cashier at Live
Stock National Start
ed Work at 16.
What's What in Capital
Attorney (Jerufal Acquiesce
in Return cf S'ixiirr Mailt
I'jr Alien . (.'ustodian
During War.
Vlatu..n. -i.t. V.iPy A P.)
Il'iliiiim tlul m the fiiul aiulysis
title to ilnifili projicrt y u tested in
ti'.'l ami tlut it would I ir 4iri!riiuu
to hti!i tint mi riii itiy intetrtt, Aitor
hry ln'iirrjl liu.-hrttv, ill a
opinion, )i.t hkjiik tf. in thr return
liv Alien Prnpftty I'uttodi.tti Tliomat
W. Miller of property srir by
(TniT lirn I'tuprrtv tnttodun from
(lit Krfornird llitirih of IIiitiR.iry in
Amrrici, ,
"Who hold the ht Mii.'cul interest
in tin Irustf" ti e uttorury general "If it it lirlil by the Diety,
thru nur'ly it would lie tanilririoui
lo hold tl.i re iii an i ncniy iiitcrot."
'J he question In fore tHf (irp;irt
jiu iit, he i w,l'lir . I'l'
thiinli could h.ive in property re
lumed lo it, t.'ouM the cliurctt. lie
skci, hr considered an enemy under
thr trading, with the enemy act, and
did tlic fact that qic of the contrib
utors to the ihurth were enemies
"taint lhi chore It property" to the
intent that there could he no return
cif the property? , '
The property, amounting to ap
pri.xim.itry $0,IH)i) in inoriK.itfn
ami certificate- of ji.iUltrdncss to
the mother church tii Hungary, sr
cnrcil by church property here, was
M-ieil at t!ie outbreak of the war
from the Uunuariiin (Jeneral Gcclit
hank at , Cleveland. ii.liiiK at aRcut
of tlie church in all financial matters.
The decision in this cate will serve
at a precedent in other church prop
erty seizures.
By taking a' little hit at a time
ami rubbing over it a,.lru!,h lathered j
villi so.ip and water one can clean aj
ru at home vtiry successfully.
Iitiiu lion cif bring the youngest
bank cflicUI in Onialu i held by K.
If. K forger, 24, who wa appointed
iit4iit cashier vl the Live Stock
National bank at a meeting of ill
rector Wednesday.
"I ttctided the public schools of
Graii'l Itlaud, Neb . until I wa 13."
said Mr. Krorger, 'ami then came to
Omaha with my parents. I took a
business course in a local business
rolU-RC and thditly alter my loth
biitlul.iy applied, in IV 1 4. for a job
at the Live Stock National bank.
"1 started at bank mrttcngrr,
front which I was promoted to clear
ing hotite clerk, then to transit clerk
and thru to auditor, (rout which posi
tion I was promoted to assistant
i-jshier For the last three year 1
have been a student of the American
Institute of Banking, having been
consul for the Omaha chapter and at
rrcsrnt am a member of the board
of governors of the Omaha chapter.
' "1 always had in view the career
of a banker and wa earnest in my
efforts to learn every detail of the
work. , I am satisfied that per
sistent and well-directed activities
arc bound to put anyone in tune with '
the world, with success as the re
ft A
Omaha Bridge Cuinpany
Uvcrpuiil, Uoaril Lharges
Lexington, Neb., Sept. 9. (Spe
cial.) Suit was started in the district
court of Dawson county by the coun
ty commissioners against the Stand
ard Liridgc company of Omaha, in
which it is alleged that the company
has been overpaid $31,278.48 for
bridges built in Dawson county dur
ing the years 1919, 1920 and 1921.
AkSar-Ben Visitors
, Buy your Piano, Player Piano or Phonograph
this week and get an efficient Radio Set free.
With the purchase of
any brand, new or
used Piano, Player
Piano or. Phonograph
in our immense new
building, this efficient
Radio Set will be sent
at once to your home.
Listen inj)n the instal
lation we have in our
building. Be one of
the thousands in
Omaha and Nebraska who own a Radio.
A call at our store this week will convince you that
we are offering the greatest piano values and the easiest
terms in the middle -est. The fact that we buy in car
load lots makes it possible for us to quote lower prices
and more easier terms than can be had any other place
in this part of the country.
Make our store your meeting place. We shall be glad to
receive phone calls for you, take care of your parcels and aid you
in any way possible.
Buys this brand new Irving
Upright, beautiful in tnc,
appearance and workmanship.
Complete with scarf, stool
and FREE Radio Set.
Terms $1.50 per week.
Placet t bid brand new Schmidt &
Schultz Flayer in your home. Com
plete with bench, tcarf. 110.00 worth
of Player Rolls of your own selection
ml the FREE Radio Set.
Terms $2.50 per week
Premier Grands, apartment size, brand new, $650
Kimball S9S.00
Schoninger SI 10.00
Boston SI 18.00
Sohraer 8125.00
Kinbury SIUO.00
Vote & Sen SI 10.00 Columbia
Ho. p. Sl.0.00 Victor ...
Sehffr S1US.00 Victor ...
CabU-Nelton S 1 75.00 Victor ...
Stager & Sons S10S.00 Victoria .
Schmoller & Path
Mueller S225.00 Columbia
Price & Teeple S2HO.00 Columbia
Kurtsma S2S0.00 Path ...
Irt Pond iSo.OO Schmoller
Mansfield SI 75.00 Regina ..
Marthall S2U5.1H) Columbia
Harrington S275.00
Schmoller &
Mueller S3G0.00
Artemi. .'. . S 450.00
Columbia SI 2.00
S2 1 .00
. s 10.00
. S52.00
. SUS.00
. S72.00
. $72.00
. $05.00
A Free Radio With Every Saxophone
Our J. W. York Sons Saxophone, the kind used by pro.
fc-vic-nals, fell fr
$70.00 and up '
A Saxophone is ay to learn and easy tn play. Choose
an inttrufl'rnt from our immeiue stock and rcuem the r'RUK
Ull. Remember we stock tveiy musical instrument from
a ritemway Concert tirsnj (u a Mouth Harp. You can g
! vou wniit at oar t.r f.r whut V war. tit pnV
l( Te will net k ia Omafca ' lew aVl after reading
Kit, hJ at a fcanna iatlntmeal, fill ia lata teupea.
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I Bv tn.trk-l h IHI;ul 1 am it ft. I in. 'leae
r4 4ti:l t" MttUt i'M ait-l th Ttt vs,b! Iftoti Jtutt
can m. haM I tw rebate an tnttrument, an Ci r ive
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Schmolkr & ilfacflgr Ptcmo ft'
Ur4KWl3'IXxiV SL OmAtm I
Cars in Two Collisions in
Falls City; Woman Hurt
, Kails City, Neb., Sept. 9. (Spe
cial). One car was ncaijy complete
ly wrecked and one perton was seri
ously injured in two car crashes that
occurred three hours apart on Falls
City street intersections.
The first collision occurred when
the car driven by Mrs. Dan II.
Weber was struck by one driven by
J. I Iichnicr.
The second crash was heard for
blocks around, one of the cars be
inj, spun around several times, finally
landing on the sidewalk several tort
rway, while the otner, a heavy closed
c.'.r, was thrown o,i its side, pinning
its occupnnts underneath. Mrs.
Catherine Wyllc, a passenger of the
b'lg car, was the most seriously hurt,
suffering severe shock and contusion.
of her bead.
Man Severely Hurt When
Auto Crashes Into Ditch
Beatrice, Neb., Sept. 9. (Special).
Frank O'Donncll, formerly of this
city, sustained a severe injury to his
spine and was cut and bruised when
bis car went into a ditch near Mc
Cook, according to word received
here. He is a son of Jack O'Donncll
of this city.
A car driven by A. II. Gray of this
city crashed into a buggy occupied
by Mrs. Herb Bitting and two chil
dren near the bridge on the' Corn
busker route, a mile north of the
city. Although the buggy was badly
smashed, the occupants escaped witli
slight injuries.
Man Charged With Auto
Embezzlement Bound Over
Columbus, Neb., Sept. (Spe
cialsCharged with cmbcizling a
Durant automobile which he had
bought from Andrew Murphy-' ' &
Son of Omaha on the installment
plan, but to which he had secured
no title, Walter Hendrick, former
owner of a defunct bus line that op
erated between Columbus and Nor
folk, waived preliminary hearing in
county court and was bouyd over to
the district court tinder $2,000 bond.
He was committed to jail until he
can furnish the surety.
Taxpayers Would Halt
Enlargement of school
Falls City, Neb., Sept. 9.-(Spc-cial).
Injunction proceedings to prc
vpnr ihp addition of a 10th' (trade
to the course of School District No.
19 have been filed by taxpayers of
that district. The petitioners claim
that the motion to add 'the new
Rrado, with the resultant engagement
of a third teacher for the school, was
illegally passed by persons not en
titled to vote, and ask the district
court to enjoin the school board from
assessing their property.
Platte County Pioneers
Will Picnic at Columbus
Columbus, Neb., Sept. 9. (Spe
cial). The first annual meeting and
picnic of the Platte County Old Set
tlers association, which was organ
ized at the time the new courthouse
was dedicated, will be held -Wednesday,
September 20, in Frankfort
square. The picnic will be in a din
ner basket style. Senator William
V. Allen of Madison, a Nebraska
pioneer, will give the principal ad
dress. Farmers' Union Will Hold
Picnic Near Table Rock
Tabic Rock, Neb.. Sept. 9. (Spe
cial). A Farmers' union picnic will
be held in the grove of Anton
Strrjc. one mile north and one mile
cat ot Table Rock. Friday, Sep
tember 22. It will b given umlrf
auspices of the locals tit the vicinity
of Table Roek. mid a proKram i
btini arranged. There will be band
concerts, a baseball game and ad
t!reset bv prominent speakers.
Heuy Court Dot Id
t 'ttimhu, Nrb., Sept. 9. Sptv'ul )
Willi -'7 c'mI m f' dti (r
braruiit bv iMncl .hid A, M
Vtt, the liutirit d uket lit trveial
seal a 'tle P '' ,h" Sep"V
her juty oi the f-uit
M hi. h ni bfgui M ndav, Sep
tciitl'vf I.
i.nur, .Si-'-.. rp. V-tpeiM.
. J it. he ti.kt tuiaf .!' " I
t.t i!-! n Whv.!ale "i' : '
i. (hit t ir ' tioWn ti.'m e Klt
li'tn I tar m l' .!t b't
In spilt oi the obvious improbabil
ity of his doing so, then is per
sittcnt and iutittent demand that
President Harding nuke t tour of
the writ during October. Invita
tions continue to reach hint from
cities and towns all the' to the
Pacific coett, ainl tome prrtotu in
Washington believe lie should, if pos
sible, undrrtake the tout. Within
this week he was invited to attend
the Nevada rodeo at Kcno.
Mr. Harding did not go to the ett
coatt during his campaign lor the
presidency in 9.0. and the people of
that section have been urging him to
pay thrui a lie had hoped to
do so in connection with his Alaskan
tour this summer, hut the pressure of
business in Wsihington forced him
lo forego that. The railroad situation
would srein to render a trip this au
tumn out of the question, yet the
president has been urged to consider
it seriously should any sort of ad
justment be effected in the tratitpor
tation controversy.
It would not, of course, be becom
ing in the president to indulge in
a "tlump speaking" tour in behalf
uf candidates lor conceit,
but by his pretence in many states
under the aupice ( civic, fraternal
or commercial org an nations, he could
not help but have a stimulating elfrct
oil the loitimrs of his party. Hit ad
dresses would have to I'eal, nrresar
ily, with problems of government
and affairs at Vahingtoii and while
refraining from technical campaign
speeches, irpuhliiaiu m congrrtt be",
lirve he could help a lot.
Cohens Out! Smiths,
The tribe of Smiths nmtt look to
it laurels. Dure the top of the list
in the New York Cily directory, ihe
Smiths have hern ousted by the Co
hens, And in Ihe lulls of congress,
where they once held sav. the
loncsrs, the Reeds and the Wattont
have taken the lead in the senate.
There are two Joneses and two
Krcls in each house. The M cores
have tlsree representatives in the
home, while the Smiths ran boast of
but one Senator Smith and two Rep.
retrntativet Smith.
In the preceding Congress, there
were four Smiths In the senate from
Arizona, (irorgia, Maryland ard
South Carolina. Mr. Smith of South
e ll III'! '' S I I' I I I I I I I I I I I- l-.M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I III
Carolina was the sole tuivivor of the
drui. mane Waterloo ol CO),
Ncbrstkant Favor Payment.
At least two of Nebraska's repre
sentatives m the halU of tongrcts,
feel that the interest, if not the prin
cipal of our loans to foreign countries,
should be paid.
Senator Norrit, when the senate
had under considers! mil the orig nal
adjusted compensation measure, ot
tered an amendment thereto, direct,
ing the secretary of the treasury to
collect interest due on Ihe various
loans made bv our overiimriil lur.
iug the war. to foreign governments,
which funds together with interest
tubtrqurntly collected, should he uri
to carry out the provitions of the
Representative . Andrew s computet
that the annual interest-due on the
Itrilihlt Itylll m?A ill
annul payment under the adjusted
compensation tun tiy more tnan Jo.
m)M) and the interest due for .tl
the bill by more than $50,000,1)0,
Cepadiant Get Hearing.
The Amrrirau Farm Bureau fed
eration hat done an uncommonly
graiyoiit tbuig in giving ptiblicity to
the grounds of the opposition of west
ern Caiudiau cattle growers to the
pending prohibitive sihrdiitrt in the
roruiiey-.icv iiiiioer larui uiii against
uiipoitetMiii id foreign Jit do
ing so It itkiiowledgrt a mutuality
ol interest between American and
Canadian raute raisers on many
points, and having urged the adoption
of the cattle duties in the tarnf bill,
is willing U let the Canadians have
S hearing before the American
The primary contentions of ihe Ca
nadians are that the depltied cattle
ranges of Montana, Wyoming, North
Dakota and South Dakota are now
drawing on and wilt need to continue
for sometime to draw on the range
rattle of western Canada for k
ing. That their grats-frd cattle are
raw material for the American (aim-erss-to
convert into tnarkrtahle beef
hy com feeding, the lattrr not bring
practicable in western Canada. The
foregoing, it it argued, is especially
applicable in view of the immense
corn crop and "the profit to be ob
tained by converting corn lulu beef."
That is said to apply all thr way from
Pennsylvania to Kansas and Nebras
ka. The Canadians, to eliminate
competition between. American corn
fed tattle mid the Canadian range cat
tle are willing to a 2 cents a pound
duly on grain-fed finished calves,
steers and fat cowt.
Mil 11 FiMiinl Iniitrsoiialinp
Officer 011 Omaha Strrrli
Frie Albertson, 11$ North Fiftietl
tree!, vtat rretrd by Detedivn
Trapp and M until yesterday aftrr
loon and (harped vtilh imprrtnnit
ing a police odicrr,
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One funny thing- prohlhltlon has
lra to women no lonifr are the
only e to esi'tiang ret-lpei, Life.
outlifitotrru Nrlirurl
Club to Mci t
Mrlla, Nib. S'pt, 9 .(Special)-
Southeast! rn NYhuska 1'ir.s club it
S.brdulrd 10 inert at the I'aik lml t
in Humboldt Friday, September IS,
A business testioil Will be Callid at
ID and dinner served it I.' Jo. Jim
occasion it the last day of the tture
dav full festival at Humboldt.
W. V. Norton of the Humboldt
Standard, president of the Southeast,
nil Nebraska 1'iest club, it arrang
ing entertainment for the aflrrnoon,
including a ball game and an au'.i
ride to point o in trust in Humboldt
and vicinity.
filiform rate raids at rerommrnd
ed hy thr National Fditoiul attocia
I ion, political advertising and kindred
subjects will be discussed at the bust
nrtt session.
S, W. Thin ber of the Trrumtrh
Cliirftaiu is the president o' the rlub
and Mist l iniiie Haskint of the Stel
la I'lCtt, siurUiy Ireasillir.
Now howing new Fall tyle in a greater aiiortment than ever of medium popular-priced furniihlng Manufacturer have
devoted more thought and energy to producing quality Furniture at a very low price; that they have succeeded is evidenced by the
unusual showing on our floors, together with the exceptional values this season offers. We invite your inspection and comparison.
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Interesting New Curtains
and Draperies
Voile and Marquisette Curtains,
,t $1.00
Ruffled Marquisette Curtains, $2.85
Ruffled SwiBs Curtains $2.75
Filet Net Curtains $3.50
Duchess Lace Curtains $5.75
Fringed Tuscan Net Curtains, $7.00
Fringed .Casement Curtains $10.00
Fringed Filet Grandie Curtains $15 00
Filet Curtain Nets 50 65 and 85tf
Imported Madras Overdrapery Materials $1.00 per yd.
Guaranteed Sunfast Madras $2.00peryd.
Beautiful Orinoko Drapery Fabrics, per yd.', $2.50, $3.25. $5.00
and $13.50.
New Cretonnes, valance to match, per yd., 85c $1.00 and $1.25
Our enlarged Linoleum Department
gives us the long-looked for oppor
tunity to take care of rapidly in
creased business. Hundreds of new
patterns added to our already large
showing. Linoleum, all grades, all
Inlaid Linoleum and excellent quality,
where the pattern goes clear
through, per sq. yd $1.50
Storage Chest
j :
-Priscilla Sewing
(Like cut)
Special thowing of fine Wilton Rugs, French Wilton, Anglo-Persian and seam
less Highland in all sizes.
0x12 $125.00 -8-3x10-6 8114.00
' Extra Sizes
9x15, 8x18, 11-3x15 and 11-3x18 for large rooms, priced proportionately.
Extra heavy, seamless Axminster, size 9x12 , $01.50
8-3x10-6 85-1.50
Unusual and different; substan
tially built of birch, finished in
rich antique brown mahogany.
Chest is 18 inches deep and 45
Inches long $55.00
A Swinging Cheval Mirror to
rpatch $32.00
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Fitted with sliding lift
out tray compartments
for needles, thread, sew
ing materials, etc. Fin
ished in antique brown
New Low-Priced Dressers
Built along , plain, simple lines
of hardwood and splendidly
finished in white enamel or
old ivory. Price. .$37.00
To New Home
as well as those who
desire to refurnish, we
render helpful assistance.
It is a pleasant task to the
home lover, this furnish
ing of the home, but a
perplexing one, too one
hungers for council, what
color will blend best, what
is needed here or there
can I mix styles, can I use
my old furniture with the
new how can I dispose
of the rest? Such are the
questions we answer and
lend that help which our
salespeople of long ex
perience are qualified to
, You'll find our recom
mendations impartial, un
influenced by the possible
amount of the sale, and
they will assist you in
harmonizing your present
furniture with your new.
We will spend any amount
of time with you, studying
your new'home and mak
ing tentative selections for
your consideration.
A New Queen Anne Bedroom Suite in American
Walnut at an Exceptionally Low Price.
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Storage Chest like cut, top
19x32, with liftout tray
compartments ..$28.50
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44-inch Dresser like cut, with
24x30 plate mirror, $15,00
Chiffonier as illustrated,
white enamel, top 17x24.
inches. Price. .$23.50
Simmons Steel Bed
In American walnut, complete
with steel spring and 45-lb. all
cotton mattress $23.05
34-inch Dressing Table
like cut, with one 12x
20 and two 8x18 mir
rors $2i.50
Full size Bow-Foot Bed like cut,
at $20.50
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Free 30 Days Free
In our stock sent to your home on
30 days' frre trial thvu if you
decide yon would like to pur
t hast, jou citn pay for it on easy
monthly payments.
This Console Victrola, $t 5.00
trnt to your home on 30 days'
free trial, if )tn decld ti Ken
it, you may do so l.y paying 4,00
down anil 15,00 tmmthiv.
Ladiet' Oxford, full leather,
b ather or silk lined. 10-I7-1H inch,
$9.00, 110.00, tiaoo, US 00 and
IS 00.
Ladies' FiUed lUigt, IS and 1H Inch,
113 50. Ill SO, IJt OO, 12100,
S4S 00 and 10 00.' r itUd t'atol. 11 to tijmhrt,
in ivory and iMI, I JO 00 lo !V0 00.
lUt liotet, IS SO, M OO, HI 00 and
131 00,
full Uathf llottnn nt-. II 10,
IITS, 1100. 00, 110 00, III 00
.i 114 00,
A Full l iaa af Haelataats Trtiakt
Hardrstha Tlvtnkt from tWamor tut
l-t family ti, 111 IS In 1 1 00 00.
full Ima f f fciml TviVt at m,
traU ftica, HI TS U 0 04,
Gift Shop
Lrmonada Sets, there art only a few
left, Six flaatea and jug, loput
Slats and blue hndlet; . , $ 1.00
I'laAUd Set Slraiuht t.U.s.s and
tpn Jua amber, crystal and
tP ?U.5U
pvcial Ftridft Lamps, beautifully
mad shades, metal thtfttd stand
ilh Us! Med bat In hninti.Mtjed
rUrt, fxmplel 925.1HI
Nw pitvet in tut.H Silver, This
)tar St ptdml many nrw t.
Urnt and sfes'KM Ihtt era s try
split ill
Buff.l t'0nip.Ut , Hit, (HI
ll 'l pah fur tal.l.i. ., . JJ U Js.'s
Oihtr piece t. at lrtl, shaker,
ttudla sh.kt, (iiih tii, tic.
JU; "i';7
lltrrick Refrigerators
The lleirick Hefiijierat.rt for many
year bava proven to b rtliabla r
fnifi ratun, ii'iitiftially constructed
lit prrtrrs i.rni(t'iis! in tpruct,
hne eiiaiml bn.'d, rmn-iust shelves.
?:ii.r i up-
Detroit Jewel Gas Ranie
' Htk.s B.iltf"
Ct ii'-n frama and turntr datet,
brtntiful clM'titta finiaH,
tshita t-namrl p tie's aiui tliip pan,
t ineh otn. , , S Ill.Titl d Up
Lltterat !iinia en )uur old tt
KJ Star Oil Stoves
kav a t'oti.fK lt I, tst f lK. fai(iii
ed ttastt fu-w. . JfJT,tM US
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