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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 21, 1913
TOPICS FOR A DAY OF REST
She Will Dance for Two Cities
Church of tho Covenant Starts
Evening Gospel Courses Soon.
HE, ROBERT KARR NEW PASTOR
v i i
Win Kill the Fnlplt of the Third
PrcMbyterinn Chnrch, Twentieth
nnd IirnTcnrrnrth Streets,
tho Church of the Covenant, Twenty
seventh and Pratt streets, announces the
first lesson in the "Wednesday evening
course In the Gospel of John for October
8. The pastor Is tho teacher and one
chapter each midweek service the lesson,
beginning with chapter I on the above
Jat. Rev. Robert Karr, who preached last
Sunday at. the Third Presbyterian church,
has accepted the call tendered htm by
the congregation and beginning with Sun
flair -will' become the regular pastor.
artle, i former associate
Rev. S. t.' Bartle,
pastor of the First Methodist' church,
under the pastorato' of Rev. Frank I.
Loveland, will speak there Sunday rriorn
ing at the 11 o'clock service. Since, leav
ing here Rev. Mr. Bartle served .three
years as pastor of tho First Methodist
church at Grand Island, Neb., "where he
was quite' popular with the business
men, representing their Commercial club
at the state convention. Ho U also on
Governor Morehead's staff.
Calvary ' Branch, Thirty-fourth and
Seward Bible school at 3:3$ p. m., Harry
Carpenter,' .superintendent. Junior 'indus
trial school Thursday at 3:30 p. ni.
V First, Corner Harney Street and. Park
Avenue Morning) worship at NKTi), with
sermon by Rev. W. Jasper Howell. Sun
day school at noon. Rev. Mr. Battershell
ij superintendent Evening -worship at 8.
Theme of sermqn la -Martin Luther, or
the Monk that Shook the World." Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:45.
Immanuel, Twentyfourth and Plnkney
Streets, Rev. J. 8? Bbersole, Pastor
Services at 10;30 and 8. Bible school at
12. At 7 p. m. A. L. Galloway will lead
the meeting on "What the Baptists Are
Doing." Morning sermon. "The Oneness
of .God's Workers." Evening, "John B.
Clpugh; Digging Canals to Save India."
Calvary, Twenty-fifth and Hamilton
Services at 10:30 a. m. and Sj. m., con
ducted by Rev. Thomas Anderson. Bible
school at hoori, G. W. "Noble, superintend
ent. Baptist Voting People's union meet
ing at 7 p. m'.,. "topic, "How to Get the1
Most from this School Year," scripture
2 Timothy, 15-16. Midweek devotional
meeting of the- church Wednesday even
ing at 8 o'clock.
Grace, Corner! SdUth Tenth and Arbor,
& "B. Taft, Pastor Sunday school, at 10
a. m. Morning worship at 11 o'clock,
Theme, "Christian- Stewardship." Bap
tist YoUng People's unlqn at 7 p. m.
Evening preaching service at 8 o'clock
subject, "Jacob's Night of Wrestling
With an Ancel.'" Good music- B sum tn
come. Mission Sunday school 2010" South'-
i'uurm street at a p. m.
First, Twenty-sixth and Harney
ou-urmuB. worsnm, topic, "wnat an'l
Where Is the- .Kingdom, of Heaven," at
10:30. Evening worship, topic; "Jesus'
Outlook on Life.'' at S; Bible school af
:45. Endeavor at 7.
: .Christian Science.
First .Church of Christ. gplnnttBt.
church dlflce. St. Mary's Avenun and
Twenty-fourth Street Sunday school, at
vw ana ii. minaay services at uana B.
Subject of )csson sermon, "Matter." " "
Ijl Concrrenatlonnl. ,
Bt Mary's Avenue, J. A. Jenkins, D.
D., Minister Morning worship at .lOjSO
Subject, "The Leaven--and' the Lunip.."
Plymouth, 'Meeting 't the. University :of
stick ,W. Leavltt, .Minister aervrcb r
studenta.jS.uhday' morning; at 11 o'clock,
am nion, topic. i,no uionous ana juigmy
Kingdom of the Mind.'! Sunday school
at 10 a; m., Young Peoples Society) of
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Flrsti Corner Nineteenth and DaVenJ
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ical Americans as representing
the highest attainable standard
in American piano craft.
P Conceived by too men whose
names appear upon the fall
board, made under their per
sonal supervision and the most
ideal conditions, these pianos
are, in every respect, individ
, ual and incomparable crea
tions. . For a quarter of a century
.we have sold this famous
piano, both in tho grands and
uprights, and tho musical peo
ple of Omaha are always will
ing to testify to the artistic
9 quality of tone and their won-
Wo cordially Invite you to
Inspect these beautiful instruments.
Miss Portia Mansfield Swett la an
Omaha young woman, who has re
ceived honqrs during the summer, both
In Chicago and In Cambridge, Mass.
Miss Swett danced at the- beautiful
homo of Mt. and Mrs. .Robert Gregory
of Chicago, with the attractive garden
as a back ground for her original dano-
lng interpretation of Peter Pan and the
Miss Ruth St. Dennis, tho famous
dancer, was one of the audience and com
plimented. Miss Swett on her work.
Miss Swett also danced Children's day
at Ravlnla pork In Chicago and this
winter plans; to spend part of each week
in Omaha and part tn Chicago; Next
summer, Mies Swett has been engaged
to teach at the summer school of danc
ing in Cambridge, Mass.
port, Frederick' T. Rouse.. Pastor Quar
tet choir. Morning worship nt 10:30. The
pastor will speak on '"The .Pace that
luiis," cervices win- open, in- tne even
ing at 7:15. Subject. "Does It Pay, to Do i
Wrong." The new quartet cnoir wm
sing. Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor at 6:t?. '
Church of the Good ' Shepherd. Nine-.
temth and Ohio. Rav. T. J. 'Collar: lletj-
tor Holy communion at 8. Sunday schpol
at w.vu Aiorning prayer wuu sermon
St.- Matthias' Tenth and Worthlneton.
Rev.. George S. Southworth, pastor Sun
day services: Holy communion at 8. Sun
day school at 10. Morning prayer and
sermon at 1L
Church of St. Philip the Deacon, Twenty-first
near Paul, Rev. John Albert Wil
liams, Vicar Holy communion at 7:80 a.
m., matins and sermon at 11 o'clock
evening prayer at 6 o'clock, Sunday school
at 10 a. m.
' Zlon English, Magnolia Half, 2104' Ames
Avenue, Rev. G. W. Snyder. Pastor Sun
day school at 2:30. Church services at
3:50, Subject, "Ah Assurance of Triumph."
Grace English, South . Twenty-sixth,
Between Poppleton and Woolworth Ave
nues. Clarence N, Swlhart Pastor "My
Church at Study" at 11. "The Life Worth
Living" tat 7:45. Sunday school at 10.
&ti. Jfatthew's English, Nineteenth and.
uasieuar, itev. u
Blble-fiohool at 10.
Ject. 'The Strength
tt. Maries isngnsn, Twentieth ana liur-
Namo's , Sake." The choir will render
The Llnht or the World." by Fearls.
Christian Endeavor at 7. Union evening
service in tho Methodist church at s.
Rev. McClung, preaching. Mid-week serv
ices, Wednesday at 8.
Lowe . Avenue. Corner Fortieth and
.Nicholas, Rev. Nathaniel McGlffln, Pas
tor Morning worship at 11 o'ciock, wnen
Dr. Claude Mason will speak. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Junior Christian En
deavor at 6:15 p. m. Evening service re
sumed at 7:15 o'clock, subject of sermon,
"Our Dependence Upon God." Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
First United. Twenty-first and Emmet.
A C. DoUzloa. Pastor Publlo wornhln
and preaching at 10.30, topic, "Consecra
tion to uoa s wont, ttecona sermon in
series on the Ten Commandments, "The
at noon Meeting of Young People's
unnstian union at 6:30. Wednesday even
ing prayer and fellowship meeting at 8.
Westminister, Twenty-ninth and Mason
oaoaam ocnooi nt a:it a. m. At m
xegular mornlns: service, at 11 o'clock
Rev. F. S. Stein; D. D.. of Lincoln will
preacn; suDject. "Altruism, itauy meet
Ing of Westminister Young Peoplo's so
cltv at 7 t. m. with an address bv nev.
.T. A . TAVtlflMv Hlvaiilnw aAwlfA n 4 4 ntl 4- ht
sermon by Dr. Stein; subject, "Different
Dundee. Fiftieth and TTndorwood. Upv
Grant E. Fisher, Minlsterr-Suhday schoftl
at b:is a. m. Morning 1 worship at 11
.ir'I""',. '1 0 meme, rune pracueai purpose or
, SOblect.-"Inexcusable 1 rhrioi'k nnH, " vmm tiI.. o.,r,T.
services-at 7'451-Sub. nhVuM.SA";-,,-- XT" -.rJ?'i
Ot ttlft 'CWimi" I worah n a S nlo rtnU ihnm "Mm lif
Ulr iUtl iV O UUH4I01II fTCllklOU4 U1IU JUUl- tlM iUI UUUl A IHO CCIV Will UQ
dette. Rev. Tr, Li Grohr Pastor Services rally week, .class socials. Cradle roll rally
Sunday at It. Harvett home service at Wednesday at 8:80 p. m. Home depart
V,3Qf 'The Endless Reaping.," Bimday hnent rally Tuesday from 2 to 4 p. m.
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" 1 nwiisiiiiiilisiwttnf Unm nmrn "
school at 9:5. Young People's Chrlstlaa
Endeavor at 6:4s.
Grace United, Corner Camden Avenue
and North Twenty-Boventh Street, Rev.
Thomas M. Evans, Pastor Sunday school'
at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 8
P. m. Knights and Ladles Christian En-.
dcavpr at 7 p. m. .Next Sunday will be
I Kountze- Memorial, Farnam and
Twenty-sixth Avenue, Rev. Oliver D
( Baltily, Ph. D.. D. D., Pastor Early
I communion service at 7 a. rn. Second
I communion service at 11 a. m., with full
imUslc. Luther league at 7 p. m. Evening
service at 8 o'clock.
St. Paul's, Formerly at Twenty-eighth
and Parker, Rev. E. T. Otto, Pastor
.Services at 10 o'clock in chapel, corner
day school of the English department at
11:30. Evening sermon In English at
Twenty-sixth and Hamilton streets at 8
o'clock. Enrollment of fiitrnbers of con
firmation classes. Evening lessons begin
First, Twentieth , and Davenport Rev.
S. D. Bartle of David City, Neb;, will
preach. Morning service at 11. Evening
service at 8. ) Rev. 'Bartle was formerly
an assistant pastor of the First church,
Sunday school at 9;4S a, in. . Epworth
league at 7 p. m.
Walnut Hill, Forty-First and Charles,
William Boyers, Pastor Publlo worship
and address by J. P. Balloy, state secre
tary of the Young Men's Christian associ
ation at 10:30. Sunday school at noon.
This Is the third Sunday of the Septem
ber rally. Epworth league at 7. Bpeplal
music. Evening worship and sacred con
cert by the choir at 8,
First Bwpdlsh, Corner Burt and North
Nineteenth. Rev. Gustav Erlckgon, Pastor
Sunday school at 10 a. m. led by Mr. F.
E. Eandwall. Preaching at 11 a, m. by.
the pastor, subject, "The Fullness of
Blessing." Epwrth league service with
musical program at 7 p. m. Preaching
at 8 p. f., subject, "Jehovah's Charge
for a New Year."
Parkvale, Thirty-first and Gold, Rev.
A. E. Lehmann. Minister Bible school at
9:15. Junior , and senior Christian En
deavor societies at 7. Song and preach
ing service at 8.
Castellar Street. C. C. Meek; Minister
Services at 10:30 and 8. Sabbath school at
12. Junior Christian Endeavor at 3:30.
Christian Endeavor at 7t Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 8.
First. Corner Seventeenth and Dodge,
Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks, Pastor Publlo
worship at 10.30. Evening worship at 8
o'clock. Christian Endeavor meeting at
6:15. Sunday school at It
FaJrview, Pratt Street and Fortieth
Avenue, Charles H. Fleming, Pastor
Afternoon worship at 3, theme, "Christ's
Incarnation and Ours." ' Thursday even
Ing at 8 the mid-week service, led by
North, Corner Twentieth and Wirt, it.
V. Hlshbec. Pastor Morning worship at
10:30, Evening at 7:30. Young People's
Society ChrfsUsn Endeavor at 6:50. Sun
day school nt 1Z, Prayer meeting Wednes
day evening at 8.
Central United, Twenty-fourth and
Dodge, Hugh B. Bpeer. Pastor Mornlmf
worship at 10:30, subject, "Faithfulness.'
Sabbath school at noon. Young People's
meeting at 7, Evening worship at 8, cub
Ject. "Religious Doubts."
Third, Twentieth and Leavenworth
Sunday school at 9:30. Public worship and
sermon by Rev. Robert Karr at 10:43.
Prayer meeting of the Christian En
deavor society at 7. Evening worship
end sermon py Rev. Robert Kan at .
Clifton HIH, Forty-fifth and Grant, Rev.
Thomas B. Greenlee. Minister Bible i
school at 8:45. Public worship at 11. "The
Work of the Lord." Evening service at
7.30. Christian Endeavor society at 8:30.
Meeting for prayer and fellowship,
Wednesday at 8, memory verses on
Church of the Covenant, Pratt and
Twenty-seventh, Charles H, Fleming,
Pastor Mcrnlng worship at 10:48, theme,
"Christ's Incarnation and Qur,M Bible
school at noon. Endeavor at 7:1$. Even
ing worship at at 8. toplor "God's Diag
nosis of Your Case.' Mid-week services
Wednesday evening at 8. Mr, Ulrardet :s
Benson, A. J McClung, Pastor Sun
day school at 10. Morning worship at 11,
sermon by the pastor, subject. "For Thy
Woman's Missionary society rally Friday
at ,2:50 P. m. Class socials will be held
uunng tne weeir.
Arrangements have been, completed for
uco uuuuo mciuro, at jacoD's hail, Sun
day afternoon at 3. Pastor E. D, Sexton
pf London, win speak on "What we. Are
iu expect ueyona tne urave,"
First Reformed church, Twenty-third
wji riirn jjouievora, KOV. U,
Edward Hnlvnlr Pntnnv...i.i..
ices at U and 8; themes, morning, "God's
Workmanship," evening, "Opportunity."
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, Twenty-fourth and
Ohio-Sunday, .school, at 9:45 a. m. Re
llgio Literary society at 6:80 p. m.
Prayer service at 1L a. m. Preaching at
a p. m.
r5La'f 6l5 Eighteenth, Rev.
Charles "W. Savldge. Pastor-Rev. A. C.
Atherton will preach both in the, morning
and Jn the evening. Morning subject,
"Baptism of the Holy Ghost." Evening
ppmionsr Why HaU Y Btwefn Tw5
JffjvC. A. Notes,
The boys ofnhe ppubll schools have-
nt&JF "I ',aat yj? Jn school croups
qonrth1.h0weekTm b eX"nJe1 ,nVt
The Junior Electrical club will have
"rft meeting Thursday,
Bible class teachers will meet
Thureday evening to plan the work of
The Sunday afternoon meeting will be
addressed by E, c. Wolcutt, general
secretary of the Sioux City association
Itopresentatlves from all tho schools
and colleges were the guests of the
association on last Thursday even
ing and they have arranged, to have
FeUe ''N'' th NeIon ae quar-
,Soph, Dies During
Annual Class Fight;
Leather Collar Chokes
LAFAYETTE, IndVBept, X-F W.
Obenchain of South WTiltley, Ind died
tonight during the annual "tankscrap"
between the freshman and sophomore
classes at Purdue university. Obenchain,
a sophomore, and his classmates wore
leather collars, reinforced with metal to
protect their necks. Obenchain had a
goitre of the neck and in the excitement
his neck swelled until he was choked to
Physicians said Obenchain had been
dead fifteen minutes when found.
University authorities issued a state
ment in which It was said Obenchaln's
death was not due to any Injury received
in the fight, and It was announced that
the historic "tankscrap" would never be
The annual freshman-sophomore fight
received the name of "tankscrap' be
cause it has been he'd near a water tank,
The freshmen, victors tonight, were pa
rading their victims about the campus
and - had lighted bonfires when news Af
Obenchain's death was announced. The
celebration Immediately ceased.
SOCIALIST ELECTED TO
THE HAGUE, Sept 20.-The flirtation
with the socialists started by Queen WIU
helmina In July when she attempted tf
Induce a number of socialist leaders to
enter the Dutch cabinet, had a sequel
today in the province of Frieeland, whloh
made a new departure by electing the
socialist leader Polak as a member of
the upper house of the Dutch Parliament.
Polak is president of the diamond work
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Two Big September
for a Solid Oak
Mado of solid oak, ha
three large, roomy drawers,
French bevel plato mirror,
partly oval. Thla Is aa ex
ceptionally fe pressor
Special Sale of Cur
$1.25 Curtain Stretchers, adjust
able with non-rua table n.
pins, special VJJC
$2,75 Curtain Stretchers, adjust
able with sliding pins, ! 1 08
sale price ' . P
for Men and
90 for This Class Doer
Just Uko Uustratlbn and
worth $10; haa tiqvibler glass
doors, drawers" ahd largo
2 door lower compartment
for tlttwarojatc . , . .
' Furmiure .
$1.25 .Dinltig ltbom
Chairs, golden finish,
price f, 7
$4 Sanitary Couches,
heavy frames, strong
fabric, Bale io65
$6.00 Iron Beds, Ver
nls Martin finish, plain
design, sale flO05
$5.00 Qo-Carts, uphol
stered in fabrlcold
leather, Bale tfjOll
price ...... pO
$20.00 China Closets,
sale 41 095
price . . , , V 1
$27.80 Princess Axmlnster Rug, size 8-3x10-0
feet, of an extra fino quality with a deep, rich
pile; comes. in floral design only; 50
special solo price 4)0-
$85.00 Empress Extrn AxHiinster Hug, izo
uxi2 feet, extra line quality,
large assortment, sale
for a Usful $15.M
No article of furniture-pays for
Itself aa- quickly as a Kitchen Cab
inet. It saves the housewife hun
dred of stops every day; it paves
her much time and many labors.
It is convenient, 6sef ul -aecesaTys
We carry a-tall line.
Wo are again showing
this wonderful line of
Base" " Burners, tho
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CONSOLIDATED WITH THE PEOPLES STORE.
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will dress you
and your ,
DR. LOWE GUEST AT CLUB
Cedar Falh Minister Entertained by
BEGAN IN NEWSPAPER HELD
Serred an Plttsbursh ' Pnper anA
Spent Some Time tn Politics
Before Deoomlne 3Ietho
dlst Minister. .
Rev, Titus Lowe of Cedar trails, fa.,
who may be assigned by Bishop Frank M.
Bristol to. take the enstorale of the First
Methodist Episcopal church of this city,
was given a dinner at University club
last night by several; members of the
church and later an Informal recept!6n
was held Jn his honor. Dr. Lowe was
returning: home from Lincoln, where he
delivered an address before the Nebraska
Methodist conference on "The Emancipa
tion of Woman In the Orient"
Quito a while before Dr. Lowe became
a Me'thodlst preacher he was a newspaper
tnan and a stump political speaker, Th
doctor is not enthusiastic about his for
mer political opinions, ' and probably has
changed them In these days of UghtnlnB
transformations, but he declares being; a
newspaper man was some experience.
"I started by working on the college
paper," said Dr. Lowe, "and laur worked
on the old Plttsbursh Dispatch. Oh, yes,
I've had my shore of politics. I cam
paicned one fall and got some good prac
tice filling in for. the principal speakers,
who didn't want to tcik alt the time or
were late or something."
Dr. Lowe said he didn't report his own
speeches during this campaign, contenting
himself mere) with the- practice he re
ceived, which, he says, helped fit him for
Vr. Lowe spent four years in India, In
charge of the English-speaking church
The Iowa minister was much pleased
YvitU Omaha and the members of the coa-
grgatlon enjoyed 'the evening with hlrrt,
for ho la a genial fellow, and proved him
self an entertaining conversationalist He
said he would be dollghted to come to
Omaha, which he believes from the casual
Inspection he made of It Is. not "a tough
Grand Lodge Rejects
Proposal of Rebekahs
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. M.-The attempt
of the Rcbekoh branch of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows to establish a gen
eral assembly was voted down by the
sovereign grand lodge today. Further
consideration of the proposed plan was
The action of the RTand lodge puts an
end, temporarily at least to a long
pherlshed hope of the women's branch
of the order.
The grand lodge enacted legislation to
day that hereafter, will prevent past grand
masters from voting. The resolution
adopted will allow the various stale Juris,
dictions to deprive their past grand mas
ters from that privilege.
Trades Baby for Six
Hens and a Rooster
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sept SO.-How a
mother traded a year old baby girl for
six hens, and a rooster because she had
been deserted by her husband and could
not support her child came to light to.
day through the death of Mrs. Millie
Karnes. Mrs, Karnes was fatally burned
while making a fire at her home y ester
day. Several months agp, according to a
story told the Juvenile court officials to
day, Mrs, Karnes took tho baby to a
Kansas City woman and asked that she
care for it. When she left the child sin
pwas given tho poultry. The court officers
ttllevo the baby has a good home, and
will leave It with the foster parents.
FIFTH ATTEMPT ON LIFE
Mrs. Sadie Nichols Fails in Effort to
HUSBAND ABSENT IN WYOMING
Writes Note of Pnreivell nnd Lies
Down on Bed After dpenlnir
Seven Gnu Jets In Closed
Attempting her life for tho fifth time
within the year, Mrs. Badle Nichols, 803
South Twenty-second street failed to die
last, night by asphyxiation.
Because her husband, who left her a
month ago to seek employment at Evans
ton, Wyo., had written her Thursday of
his Intention to remain another month In
the west, Mrs. Nichols barricaded her
self In the rooms on tho north side of
her home, and after fastening tho win
dows turned on seven gas Jets. Lying
across the bed she awaited the end.
Miss Jane Hardwldgo and Mrs. Charles
Hobbs, who reside In Ihe same house,
detected the odor of gas and summoned
the police, who after a half hour's work
with restoratives' saved her life.
, A note found across her face bade her
husband not to be shocked at the news
of her death, and Informed hlm that
some day he would realize why she had
takpn her life. Another on a dresser gavo
instructions to notify her husband and
bade her little girl good-by. The child,
10 years of age, Is In a convent at Des
About two weeks ao Mrs, Nichols went
to the bank of the Missouri river with
the purpose of drowning herself, but was
stopped by a friend
On two previous occasions she tried to
and her life by gas, and once took poison.
Upon recovering Mrs. Nichols thanked
Dr. Folts for reviving her and promised
that she would not try to end her life
again, 8H0 expressed her Intention of
Joining her husband at Evanston as soon
as possible. Mrs. Nichols Is about .
years of ago and since lier husband's 'de
parture has taken boarders"; to make a,
living. Mr. Nichols la employed as a
railroad yard foreman at Bvanston.
About threo hpurs. after the affair Mrs.
Nichols had recovered sufficiently to
come to police "headquarters and secure
tho notes she had written from Captain
White Slave Charge
For Woo.dbino Man
Charged' by a federal grand Jury with
violation of -the Mann white slave .act.
Jeff Haner- was arrested at Woodbine,
la., Thursday evening; and was brought
to Council Bluffs yesterday W tral. HU
case will probably bo disposed of at the
present term of court '
Haner was arraigned and pleaded not
Kullty, , , 7
The Indictment alleges that on April 8
1913, Haner enticed iSose- Littlejphn from
her homo In Logani la., tp Omaha for
Immoral purpoces, The girl remained Ja
Omaha two dijya. it is understood, and
then returned to her. home In Logan.
The girl alleged that the two. atppped
at a hotel In Omaha fortwej nights, but
she was unible to gve the' rianw of th
hotel. , i
HERO TO PEN FOR tHEFT OF
GEMS FROM JWRECKEQ CAR
BRIDGEPORT, N. Y.. Gept. &-an-fonl
Donnelly of Stamford, who d!4
herolo rescue work In the Wreck of th
Springfield express, on the New Haven
road at WestPOrt last October was foun4
guilty in the superior court late )oday of;
the theft' of Jewels valued at taken
from one of the wrecked' cars. The Jewel
were owned by Mrs, Elisabeth a James
of Chicago. Donnelly was sentenced by
Judge Reed to not lees than one" nor mart
than five years In prison.
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