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TAX INJUNCTION GRANTED
Business Firms Succeed in Stopping
Collection of Personal Levy.
CONCESSION ON THE LEGALITY
JmlRf Arnra Grnnt r.psurt of 11t
Plnlntlffa on Ground thnl Kqunl
lintloit nnnrd W'nn Not In
' board bosun It .'fusion Juno 10 nnd should
hnve adjourned on June JO.
I When the matter wa (ought out txtfor
J Judge Troup ncverM months nj?o, nil ot
the eleven milts were Joined Into one.
Judge Troup decided ngiilnet the county
on tho merit ot Its contention, but or
dered Mint nepnrato fultn be filed for
wioh of tho plftlntltfi. After thla win dono
the county filed a drinurrer In ouch osc.
which demurrer wan overruled by Judge
It la understood the county will Appeal
An Injunction preventing the collection
of personal property taxes of eleven
Omnhn buslnew firm", baaed on an
neesed valuation of $iM,CO0, tvaa granted
by District Judge Seara after tho ensa
had been twico foiiRht out In court.
The Injunction w nuked by Attorney
. It. W. Swltaler on tho ground that tin
procecdlnita of tho County Hoard vt
Kqunllzatlon on July 1, 19U, were void
on account of the fact that the nesMon ot
the board had legally expired the day
before. The court, by Its decision, holds
that the provision of tho statute requiring
ho County Hoard of Rquallsatlon to hold
n session ot not less than thrco and not
I more than twenty days means that Sun
days are to ho Included In the computa
tion ot time. It was alleged that tho
Omaha Police Are
Asked to Locate
Tho pollco have received threo letters
asking aid In locating missing relatives.
Miss Kthel llettery of Agency, la.,
writes for Information concerning her
' sister ISffle. who left homo two years
I ago and enmn to Omaha to live,
j Mrs. Virginia Menoy of Woodsldo, Md..
' seeks traco of her brother. Oiistavo Spitz
naxcl, whom she lias not heard from In
twenty-five years and whom she has
j been told Is In Omaha or vicinity
I Mrs. Lily H. Ooildlng of Hillings, Mont.
writes for aid In finding her father. John
Iloberts, who Is supposed to be living In
Omaha or Florence.
Miss McHiigh Given
Banquet and Brooch
by the High Faculty
A dinner was. given Friday night nt
Happy Hollow by tho high school faculty
for Miss Knto McIIugh, retiring prlnclp.it
ot tho Institution. About sixty-eight
guestn wero present, Including tho fncultb.
Mr. and Mrs, E. V. Graft, Miss Fannie
Mcltugh and Miss Abblo Howen wero
In token of their esteem for the rotlr ig
principal tho faculty presented Miss Mo
Hugh with a bcautltul pcnrl brcj-lt.
Aftcn tho luncheon, even though I'. Mad
been previously decided that there woald
bo no speech making, Miss Mcllugh an
swered an Insistent demand to say a. few
words to the assembly. Sho rcnilnlscently
covered her work at tho school and x
preseed thanks to all those who had given
her assistance In making her work a
success. In responso to other demands,
several present madb short nddroaea
pertinent to tho occasion.
Join toe Swappers' Out.. Membership
is free. Call nt Beo offlco.
ECHOES' OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Fontcnclle Tribo of Bed Men Passes
Siok Benefit Bylaws.
SERVICES BY RELIEF CORPS
Ancient Order of United Workmr.n
to ilonor Dead Members with
4 Memorial Projxrnrii Next
Fontcnelle tribe. No. 18, Improved Or
der ot Red Men, met last Monday sleep
and passed the by-law, allowing the tribe
to pay a sick benefit of 57 per week for
ten weeks, exclusive ot the first week's
sickness. An interesting meeting was
held and all are looking forward to tho
big open meeting on Juno 15 fdr' Hod
men and paleface gentlemen friends.
Fred Hans, old Indian scout, "YlH Ispe&lc
for the benefit of the Redmcn. Initiation
on Monday, June 8.
Ancient Order Vnlteil Workmen.
Union Pacific lodge, No. 17, will hold
memorial services lor its honored dead
Friday evening.' Alt Workmen have been
invited. A good program has been ar
ranged and it will start, after the. Initia
tion pf candidates.
Patten lodge, No. 173, elected' the fol
lowing officers last Monday night: James
ItasmussenTjr., master workmen; C.
Bcssey, Toreman; jWJ.- Shaw, .overseer;
J. j Myers, lfnancoer;""0. S) Button,
treasurer; L. P. Rasmussen, recorder; F.'
II. Lccder, guide; C. J. Melrose, outer
watch; II. Roberts, Inside watch; L. P.
Reger, captain. Of toanurA. (A- 'Christian-,
ten. lieutenant of team:central commit
tee: U P. Rcger, II. Hasmusscn .and'
M George Frcis. -, -wj
Independent Ortlrr nt Odd Fellor,1
, Ten of the Odd Fellows' lodges, of this
city will hold mcniorlul Jay jterllsea.thls
afternoon atf FJrst Lawn cemetery.
Hie members will moet at Odd Fellows'
hnll. corner Fourteenth and Dodgo
iteets, at 1:30 p. m., and march from tho
hall to street cars which have been
ennrtered to convey them ta the ceme
tery ..where ,th exercises wlll be held.
Omaha lodge, No. 2, will have work In
tho first degree next Friday night.
The Junior Musical club ot tho Miller
Turk school is the pet hobby of tho Mil
ler Park Mothers' circle. Tho klddljs'
musical c'ub was organized last winter
ty Mrs. Charles R. Thicm, president ot
tto Mothers' club and herself an ao
Mrs. Thlem's small daughter, Oertrude,
is studying the vloljn and she is quit
familiar with tho dltflcult'ea of youth
ful musclans, co she conceved the idea
ot stimulating their Interest in practicing
by preparing them for a scries of Infor
mal concerts. Mrs. Thicm believes that
the children also benefit by tho additional
experience derived from playing In public,
as they soon overcome any tendencies
toward stage fright.
There aro over sixty members of tho
club above the fifth grade, half of whom
arc qulto advanced in their studies. They
play the piano, violin, mandolin and cor
net. Moetlngs aro held once a month, at
which tho jouthful musicians play selec
tions which their Instructor tells them
they have mastered.
Just now, the director, Mrs. Thicm, Is
preparing the club for tho last musicals
of tho season, which will be given Tues
day, Juno In the school auditorium'.
Tho interest manlfeatcd by tho children
In their music has been so oncournglns
that tho organization bids fair to be
come a permanent institution in the
ochool and plana for next year's study
are being considered. It is hoped that
nn orchestra may be established and that
tho etudy of other instruments may be
Tho Miller Park Wothcrs' circle also
maintains a Junior kcnslngton club and
has placed pictures to tho value of tSM
in tho school building. Their latest work
hns been the acquisition of a Vlctrola for
tho school. The members of the musical
Q, Van Hoosrn,
A Ivors Lottman,
. Memorial fixercises
at Forest Lawn Today
The Odd Fellows pf Omaha will meet
at Odd Fellows' hall at 1:30 o'clock this
afternoon, from where they will march
to street cars which havo been chartered
to take them to Forest Lawn cemetery,
where memorial services will be held and
the graves of the departed members will
The ttn lodges participating In the ex
ercises have fifty-ono members buried in
this cemetery. Fifty-one littlo girls, each
one having an Odd -Fellow as an escort,
Benson lodge. No. 221, wllr nbservo
Memorial Cay at Mount H6pe,cemiry f Uccn etltclcA 10 decornte the graVes
on Sunday, June 14. . . Vi.,th (lowers. At tho call of the (rum-
Wasa lodge. No. 1S3, will put on thepctcra tncy ., ,eavo the centfr of tho
first degree woik Wednesday night. I cemetery and decorate the graves, whllo
South Omaha lodge, No. HS, will vis U,tno of the dcttd ,s belng road,
Omaha lodge, No. 2, in a body next Frl- Scveral hundred Odd Follows will take
day night ... ... . . part in thefco exercises and all transient
Dannobrog lodge. No. 216. w 111 have do- momDers ot tha oraer have bccn ftskod
grce work next. iTiaay evening.
ESCAPES FROM MOVING TRAIN i
Demented Finlander Esoapes Guards
by Crawling Through Window.
TO EAST FOR DEPORTATION
Unfortunate Man Was Jlclnn; Taken
Hack to Snvnnnnh ISnroute to
Nntlve Country When He
Gets Amir In Iorvn.
neserto that several merchnnts already
havo arranged to carry home products
in .tho future as tho result of the campaign.
I iwl&soNs co. im
SPECIAL BARABS FOR MONDAY ONLY
Tclophono Douglas 124. Wo Dollvor.
H-lnch; on sale
foot of hose with
only .... $5.00
; -incli Eloctrla
Hosa at QOo
Hogulnr $ 1 .GO
OIL FLOOU MOP.
RoRtilar $ 1.2 C mop. Monday, apo
dal, only Q4d
26o Dottlo Codnr Oil. Monday,
RoEuIar 20c Ico Pick. Monday,
That lawn of yours nooda trim
mlng, bottor got your mower now.
Soo our Unc. Wo havo tho woll
known Pennsylvania raowor and
othor makefl up from. . . .S2.65
HuBtlor lawn mower, 12-lnch, ball
bearing only S4.05
ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
num Kettlo; 3-qt.;
rogulnr $1.15, spo-
I ciai Aionuay.fj$o
Sauco pans. .33d
05c Ring, special
C5o Elgin, special
GOo IIoso Nozzlo
McCray nnd Poorlcss
Womnn'H- Ilr.llct Corps. -Tho
Women's Relief corps' Memorial
day association will attend special ser
vices this morning at tho Pearl Memorial
Methodist church. Twenty-fourth and
Larlmoro avenue. Alt members of tho
Women's Hellef corps, comrades of tho
Grand Army and other patriotic women
havo been, invited.
(2 rand Army of tho Krpultllc.
Members of the Qrand Army of tho
Republic memorial committee have. been.
requested to meet ai neraonai nun jii
the court house Monday evening at' &
o'clock for the purpose of closing all ac
counts the committee owea.
CLIFTON GRADS TO HOLD
EXERCISES ON JUNE 16
Exercises for tho twelve graduates of
th Clifton Hill schpol will be held Juno
it "at the achoot auditorium. The- gradn.
The class day program follows:
Theme-The Lady of the Scott
Bong There's Music in the A.r
Historical ..otci..-.. -it" ilouo
Song Stars of the Summer Nlsht
Characters William 'Uorman, Walter
Phulo'solo New Sprlng..Adlalde Zelter
Canto I-The Chase r.uth Krfckson
HecUatlon The-Chato...... Louise Tlmme
ong (with whlatl.nx , refrain) My-
Heart's In the Hlghlanda.;r.. ...........
Canto Il-Tho lslond ..Alice Nichols
Trie The I'lneb.l of Scotland .... ..
Canto III-The Gathering Guy Hicks
Honn Ailnrie .aiu'.e
Canto IV-The Prophecy...... il.le Hoyt
Piano Solo-At Evcn.ns.Wlllard Hoffman
Canto V The Combat.. Donald Ellington
Song The Soldiers Fare .veil
Canto VI-The Ouard no......
; Gertrjdc Humpnrey
Song Now the 'Day Is Qrer
to take part In tho exercises.
Following aro the lodges which will take
part: Omaha lodge No. 2,. State lodge
No. 10. Beacon lodgo No. 2f, Wasa lodge
No. 1SJ, Jonathan lodge No. 225, Ituth
Ilebckah lodgo No. 1, Ivy Rebekah lodge
No. 33. Rose Rebekah lodge No. 1S9, Hes
perian Encamprnent No. I, and Canton
Ezra Millard lodge No. 1
The Norden .Singing society ot Denver,
whlclt Is enrouto to" national conven
tion". 'In Milwaukee, win stop over In
Otriaha today and will rendcr a couple of
selections during the exercises 'nt ,the
cemeteny. - ' "
Following la the program:
Invocation Rev. II. L. Rondo
"Awako Thou Sleepeth"
Rose Rebekah Quartet
"Odd Fellowship" ...Kelso A, Morgan
"Lead .lCli.dly Light"
Rose Rebekah Quartet
Astembly call Trumpeters
Memorial address Rev. II. L. Rohde
"In Hiavcn Lovo Abldeth"..
Rose Rebekah Quartet
Roll call Grand Warden Grconleaf
Soundln? taps..., .......Trumpeter
Uonedlction Rev. H. L. Rhode
MRS. KATHARINE KAN0USE
DIES AT FLORENCE
Mrs. Katharine Kanousc, aged ti years,
Omaha pioneer, died Friday night at thu
family residenco In Triangle Place, Flor
ence, after a brief i'.lnets. Doceasad Was
born In Ahnlahnna. County Kerry, Ire
land. Besides the husbaM she Is sur
vived by the following children: John Os
borne, son by former marriage; Mrs. O.
L. Barton, Mrs. Gebrgc Gardtls, Mrs. V.
A. Sponrel, Mrs. George J. Keeber and
Mr. J. W. Brown, all rtsldins In Omaha
land Immediate vicinity.
Ecaplng through thd. berth nnd window
of a stateroom on an enstbound North
western train, which was cautiously pro
gressing through the driving rain be
tween Council Bluffs and Missouri Val
ley Friday night, Bernhard Tursas, a,
Finlander, who: was deported because ho
was demented, escaped trom Immigration
Inspector Charles Kurz and Guard P. T.
Though the train was stopped at Mis
souri Valley and the guards of the de
mented alien went back over the track
In search of. the man, they were unablo
to locate their man.
TursaB, a powerful fellow. In spite of
the fact that he Is but five and a halt
feet tall, was apprehended by federal
authorities at Pprtland several weeks ago.
He Is only 22 years ot age and after Do
ing given a hearing, was ordered de
ported. In 'company with the Inspector
and a special guard, the man started
across the continent for Savannah, Ga.,
from which place he was to embark,
under guard, for his former "home. Jn
Omaha last night tho prisoner appeared
quiet and asked to go to bed early. The
alien, with his guards, occupied a state
room on the Northwestern limited for
Chicago. In the storm, about 9:30 o'clock,
tho prisoner, who hnd apparently gone to
bed, opened a window nnd as tho train
slowed up between stations In the storm,
the Finlander raised tho window and
made good his escape by dropping from
th moving train.
At Missouri Valley tho Immigration in
spector and the . guard examined the
berth and found their prisoner has dis
appeared. The search started Friday night and
the pollco officials ot two cities, ai well
as authorities In surrounding towns, have
ben notified to keep a lookout for tho
SUMMEft VACATION SCHOOL
TO BE STARTEDJ3Y Y M. C. A.
A summer vacation school for girls,
similar to the ono for boys being ar
ranged by the Young Men's Christian
artoclat'on, ' will be conducted by the
Young Women's Christian association, It
has beep derided ppon on account of
there being no vacation school this sum
mer, and will t operated In close con
junction with the public school authori
ties to meet the demand left unsatltfled
by .the Board of Education.
SEVEN HUNDRED CONSUMERS
ASK FOR OMAHA MADE GOODS
j Almost 700 reports have already been
jmaae on storoN wlicre umana-maae good
I have been naked for by boosters who are
co-operating with the Ben Franklin club's
I practical campaign to patronize home In
dustry. C. E. Corey, chairman of the
committee In charge of the movemont
ROBBERS MAKE THREE
. HAULS FRIDAY MIGHT
Robtjers. who have been scoring dally
a half dozen or so petty crimes, stepped
Into a little higher realrn and now, have
three cases of grand larceny cm the police
books. . ,
The hardware store of II. Mead, 2202
Military avenue was broktu Into and
robbed ot 1115 worth ot merchandise,
principally revolvers, shotguns and rir.es.
C. V,. Werfleld, Forty-fifth and Bur
detto streets, has reported the loss of a
valuable horse stolen from he- barn
some time Fr'day night
The 'Village Wan'smlth." a horse- battalllon nt the Inst tutlon th!s year At
ahoelng and repair shop at Forty-fifth the" recent closing of the school a sham
nd Grant strnts. waa minim a delivery i battle was held, In wh'.ch Davidson and
wagon when the ahop opened, Ihl men won a signal victory
OMAHA BOY WINS HONORS
AT IOWA STATE COLLEGE
To-Major O. Dean Davidson, son of Mr
and Mrs. George A. Davidson, 2218 Miami
street, In given tho credit at the Iowa
State college as having the bestdrilled
This Institution is the only one
In the central west with separate
buildings situated in their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dia
tliiLt, and rendering it possible) u
classify cases. 'I he one building
being titted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contagious and
non-mental diseases, no others be
ing admitted, the other Host Cot
tage being designed for and de
J i.;e exclusive treatment
of select mental cases requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
Watch the Windows
This Coming Week for Gdocty&ar Tire Displays Like
This. They'll Show You Where to Get These Tires
Here and everywhere, this coming week, oil the leading
Goodyenr dealers will moke window displays liko this.
It is done to show you where No-Rim-Cut tires are sold,
and sold at Goodyear prices. Mark these exhibits. These
are the dealers who, despite higher profits on other tires,
supply you the world's best
ndersell 16 Other Makes
These dealers will sell you No-Rim-Cut tire3 for 28 per
cent less than they cost in March, 1913. They will sell them
below the prices asked for 16 other makes. They will sell
you four tircj for the price of three of some of Goodyears rivals.
They will supply you, at Goodyear prices, tho utmost in a
tire. The tiro that out
sells, any other tire in the
world. The tire that won
top place in Tiredom
through millions of mile
They will sell you the
tire to which motorists are
coming faster than ever
before. This year's sales
have broken everyrecord,
by 55 per cent.
In addition they give
you these four features,
found in no other tire:
Our No-Rim-Cut feature1 the only feasible way to
Our "On-Air" cure an extra process which. costs us
, $450,000 yearly. But it saves our users the countless blow-outs
due to wrinkled fabric
Our rubber rivets hundreds of which ore formed in
each tire,, during vulcanization, to combat tread separation.
Our All-Weather tread the tough, double-thick anti
skid. It is flat and smooth, so it runs, like a plain tread, but it
grasps wet roads with a bulldog grip.
Not one of these features mark you is found in tha
Note These Dealers
Note these displays remember who sells Goodyears. You
want these savings
mark where you can get
Goodyear place and
prestige prove these the
best tires built. And
Goodyear prices show
how mammoth output
lowers factory cost.
Don't go to dealers
who push lesser tires or
tires at higher prices.
Go to the dealers who
sell at our prices the
premier tire of the world.
In first cost and last cost
these dealers will save
you a good many dollars
THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, AKRON,' OHIO
This Companr bo no connection wtuttTr villi any otlisr rubber concern whloh un U Ooodrear luun
Any Dealer can supply you Goodyear Tires. If the wanted
size is not in stock he will telephone our Local Branch
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