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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1915)
Till; U.UAHA. SATURDAY, MAY N.
Porter Start in Business in Com
petition with These Two
HAULS A FRIEND FOR PAY
George Smith. Pullman car porter
fn Burlington No. 6, one of the Denver-Omaha
trains, Is confronted with
the possibility of being assessed a
heavy fine and nerving a term In Jail
011 account of having violated a sec
tion of the Interstate commerce law.
Friday afternoon, at Denver, Smith was
epproaohed by Kd Graves, a colored
frtenil. who nevetiated for transporta
Hon to Omaha. Oravea ijad but SB. Smith
took this and furnlshea hlro with Pull
man car accommodations, not In a berth,
iiwt in the porter's locker, aa fur as
Some time duxtrur Friday nicht .Den
ver Burlington officials learned that
Smith had a deal on by which he waa
running a business in competition with
that of both the Burlington and the
Pullman company. They wired the offlca
of the special agent at Lincoln and when
the train reached the Lincoln yards, a
couple of agents boarded the train and
securely secreted In Smith's locker found
Graves stored away. The stowaway was
brought on to Omaha, but it has not yet
been decided whether or not a prosecu
tion will be started under the provisions
tt the federal law. It It It is and the two
men are found guilty, csie will be as
liable as the other. For violation of that
section of the interstate commerce law
that would apply in this case, it is as
serted that a fine of 11.000 and Imprison
ment for one year might be imposed.
Wordy War With
WASHINGTON. Mav T. Mrs." L
fence Lewis, Jr.. and Mrs. Harry Low
enbersr, two Philadelphia nmm suf
frngists. who have been besleKlng the
White House to personally a"1 Presi
dent Wll.on to adilres sonic of their
number In Philadelphia Monday rave It
jtip today and announr.il they would re
new their efforts whr the president
goes to Philadelphia.)
Secretary Tumulty ' had a wonly ex
change with the suffragists, who ob
jected because the president had gone
golfing yesterday when they were wait
ing to see him.
Mr. Tumulty replied that golf was a
re. : en lion ic.enmr t.i keep :p tlse
prcMenl's r.Hlth nn-1 ol served that the
suffiatlsis er not advancing their
flu' hy hesl'-gitig the president
M. E. LUDLOW NEW MANAGER '
OF CRANE COMPANY HERE
It. Inold 1'.. Hunrh. vice president and
manager of '.he Ynne company In Ne
braskd. 1ms sold his holdings In the firm
and resigned hit. position, which will be
filled in tlw future by M K. I.u.llow.
inaiiaser of the 1'iOias branch .f the
Crane company, which has lust closed.
Mr. Ludlow ' whs a resident of Nebraska
sonio twenty years o when at the head
of the Challenge Windmill company here.
Mr. Tt'ievh sold hi holditms to the
Crane company of Illinois, which now
completely controls the Nebraska concern.
DAUGHTER OF COL. PRATT
CCMING TO OMAHA FOR TRIAL
Atfain Tomorrow TPTLa 2
Mrs Margaret Pratt Olnon ol" .eilen '
ilatisjhter of hr Me Colonel .1 ' I Tratt
of Cnviha and central fltinre in K
contest oxei the rmrlltioii of hi .'.'"
eft.itc, which ti suited ht . Ci'istr. ' aired 1
tip I'lstrlct ,1'idse Seam- court ''.'tween
Jerome MiiS'r and his father, IImmv V. i
iMager of Cliicngo, and brother. Wayl io.! '
Ma gee of Omaha, ad prominent :i, bust
ness to Omaha to testify here. Is on liei
w.iy to Omaha to testify In ,hc sot
iwhi. h has been set for rearing May Cl
This Information wi,s given to I'lstrlct
'Judge Seats by Vttprny Pen S linker,
who presents lleniy W. Magee. The
latter went to Sw.den to consult M :
IClsnn snd la accompanying her to
Omnha. They arc now in tiie ocnn.
Wo Will Give
ctbLarrtc 2-Inch Posts
T7 T73 T7- W.'tV.
Churches Plan to
Day This Sunday
Preparations for Mothers' day, which
will bo observed Sunday, are being made
by cltlsens, churches, florists and the
Young Men's and Women's Christian as
sociations. The occasion is now a na
tional one and In said to have been
founded by Elmer J. Burkett while he
was senator from Nebraska.
White flowers will' be worn la button
holes or sent to mothers, along with let
tars from sons and daughters away from
home. Special note of the day will be
taken In many churches, and the Toung
Men's Christian association will make
its Sunday afternoon meeting a Moth
ers' day meeting, with an appropriate
address by President R. B. Wallace of
the Council Bluffs association.
Deposed Chief of
Police at Benson
Fights for His Job
James Maney, former chief of police of
Benson, has begun quo warranto pro
ceedings in district court in an attempt
to oust the - new chief. E. S. Phelps,
Iccted Wednesday evening by the town
council with the mayor casting- the de
Maney believes bis snooeaacr was
Illegally elected and maintains that ha
still Id the rightful chief of police. An
nrder requiring Phllpa to defend hla posi
tion was signed by District Judge Day,
hearing being set for May S.
In a companion suit an attack la mad
on the appointment of William Bowes as
fireman by Jay McGuire.
Woman's Press Club
Has the Daughter of
Fonjenelle as Guest
Mrs. William Tindell, daughter of
Chief Logan Fontenelle, and Mrs. Mary
Mitchell, the Indian interpreter, who
came to Omaha with a party of Indians
from Decatur to attend a banquet at the
Hotel Fontenelle Thursday evening, were
entertained at luncheon by ths Omaha
Woman's Press club at the Hotel Loyal.
Mrs. Harriet MacMurphy, president of
the club, introduced the guests. The In
dian women left for Decatur directly
following the luncheon.
SCHOOL CHILDREN WILL
HELP OBSERVE HUMANE DAY
On May 20 over 20,000 public school chil
dren of the city will be Impressed with
'.he sinfulness of teasing a cat or fatten
ing a tin can to Fldo'a tall.
This day will be observed throughout
the public schools of the country as "hu
mane day." as requested by tha Ameri
can Humane society. Superintendent
l-raf f has urged the teachers to ioltv In
the spirit of the occasion and give the
children object lessons on the subject of
humane treatment of dumb animals as
e.ell as to human beings. .
Among the books which will be referred
to are: John Mulr's "tticknee," "Dog of
riandejs" and "Black Beauty."
The New Bank Building
United States Nationa
Sixteenth and Farnam Streets
Will be illuminated and open to the public for
inspection Saturday Evening, May Eighth,
7:30 to 9:30 o'clock.
. The Savings Department and Safe Deposit Vaults Will Be
Open for Business Until Nine o'clock.
Three per cent interest paid in Savings Depart
mentDeposits made on or before the tenth of the
month draw interest from the first.
Safety Boxes, $3.00 per Year Upward.
Open a Savings Account or Rent a Safety Box Now
J I Will .ii -i hi
ii i r- mr mi s n mr iM risasa
Copyright Bart SduUnu ft Man
REV. ARTHUR L WEATHERBY
TO SPEAK HERE SUNDAY
The Unitarians of Omaha mill have a
special service tiunday afternoon at 4:30
at the parish house. 43 North Fortieth
treet Itev. Arthur L,. Weatherly of
Lincoln will speak on the subject, '"An
Kfflclent Church." an outline of a pro
fram of reorganization for the Omaha
church. This Is the first of a preliminary
erics of meeting looking toward a
strong revival of Interest In liberal religi
t.us thought In the city. Plana are under
consideration for commencing an active
campaign In the fall.
WATER BOARD AND PARK
DEPARTMENT IN CAHOOTS
Ths world Is reported aa advancing.
Late evidence of that observation Is a
statement made at the city hall that the
landscape architect of the park depart
ment will co-operate with the city water
department officials In working out a
scheme for the proposed parking of the
Walnut Hill water basin and grounds.
The work will cost about IIO.OM. which
'nrludea driveways and other features.
Manager Howell of the water depart
ment announced this entente cordial be
tween the two departments.
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shelves great ice aaver;
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Exceptionally good values
The "Tourist" line and the
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newest features. Prices ex
$3.95 to fSO.OO.
Bee our big
Colonial Oak Buffet ,
A 6)lendid Buffet, solid
oak, f tuned, spe
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Satu rday , at
Near 16th Street
Varsity Fifty-Fives" Included
Suits that are exceptional values at regular prices and unquestionably unusual bar
gains at sale price.
Your choice of broad assortment of fine foreign and domestic weaves in (Hen L'rqua
hart plaids, Tartans and club checks, stripes and plain colors.
Men's and Young Men's $18 Suits $13.50
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Boy's 2-Pants Suits $3.95
All Wool Suits, made with two pair of
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' ors and etyles. Sizes for boys
6 to 17 years; $4.95 and $5.50
all U" rv
Boy's $11 Wash Suits 95c
Oliver Twist, liddy and Balkan htyles,
about 200 suits in all; made from guaran
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$1.50 boys' wash suits, sizes 2' 2 Ttf
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HA YON BROS.
Commercial depressions are caused
by mental suspense.
Fear and mental suspense among business
men come from decreased business.
Decreased business comes when YOU
reduce your purchases.
This country established for five centuries Un't
going to the bow-wow in a day nor in a decade.
Show you've got moral courage, backbone, faith in
your country, your fellow men and yourself and Buy
Now instead of hesitating and help business pick up.
Then will return the time of smiles and sunshine.
VhU is the time ef all Us
for the V. . A. to ma vast
strUUe. lfa ail area kaay.
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