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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Townend'l for Sporting Ciooili."
Klrtrlc Kana, (.1.50. Burg--Grndn Co.
ot mond Knfncmrnt Klnga Edhnlm.
Hti Koot Vrlnt It Now Baacon Praaa.
To KHI Rrnl Eatate lit It with J. H.
Dunmnt, Kei'llna IlIg.
"Todaj'a MiiTle Program," claailflad Mo
tion today. It apnaara In The Pet axelu
Ivcly. Find out what lha varloua moving
plctura thcatara oftar.
Want Ntrwt 11i. Bualn'M mn on
K'irth Elivnth trt hv pattllnnul th
eily council to Improvo thtlr mroi whli h
In Impuaaablo at tlmfa.
nittm bjr Ntrajr !Vg Lunula Murphy,
!04 Twenty-flral atraot, a blttn on tha
right log by a atray dng Sunday noon. Tho
blto waa drtrl by Dr. O. Myar.
Anillrona, Fir hcrmni Bundorland'a.
Show New Ilanrfa An enhlhltlon of tha
liw lummi" dancra will bo given at tha
'Carliir Lako club by W. N. i.'hanibara and
Mlaa Maud Jnrgenaen Tumrtay night at tho
oponlng danca of tha yar.
Railroad Offlcf to Mono With iifflilala
and ornploy. of tho ginoral nfflcoa of tho
rallroad, Memorial day will bo a holiday.
Cffl;n In had,uartfir will ho t-loaod dur
ing all of tho day. Tho city tlckot offlcoa
will rloao at noon.
ugrl'a Window llroaka Tho rraah or
pluto glaM In tho office of (ity fomiiilaalon
r Kugal arouaod tho city hall. All upper
window foil to tha alll. Pi" ' nf thl. k
flnaa foil upon two rhalra bnoth tha win
dow, but fortunately tha chalra wora not
ocruplod at the time.
Funeral nf Dr. hhopard PrWata Word
haa boon rocolvfd that tho body of Dr.
C. 8. Bhopard, klllod In an autoinnblla ac-
cldont noar Bad Willow, Alberta
Wodneaday, waa aont to Omaha lat
urdav. It ahould arrlvo TU'ailay.
funeral will ha hld oltbor Tumday, or
Wfdnoaday aftornoon and will bo private,
with burial In Forcat Lawn.
I aa "Tei-Tlle" Hhlngloa. Sundorland a.
Irish Patriots Hold
for Recent Martyrs
Ronath intrrwinrlitm folHs of the
Stan and Stripe and the golden harp
of Ireland, there met in the council
chamber of the city hall Sunday
afternoon 150 member of the hrienda
of Trish Freedom in a memorial scrv
ice in honor of the Irish martyrs who
aer ftcert their lives in tne iabi irun
I 1 Dunn, annointcd chairman b
Vi rnmmittre iii the absence of T
nnened the meeting; with
a stirring speech, in which he begged
the Irish throughout the country to
open their eyes and raise their voices
in a protest to tne action ui iu "a.
libh irovernment in the late Irish re
hellion. He described with great
vividness the scenes of oppression
which took place in the recent exe
rtirinna made bv English officers un-
.ler the direction ot tne tngnsn gov-
irvhn M. Thurston talked on the
Irish x rebellion from the standpoint
of an American, He asserted to them
that while he was not in any way
connected with the Irish cause, he
was deeply sympathetic with the
movement, desiring to see the Irish
gain that freedom which so rightfully
belongs to them.
Father Michael A. Shine of Flatts
.limit h closed the meeting with an
eloquent plea to those assembled to
stand by their fellow countrymen in
the crisis at hand, to make every pos
sible effort to bring about the gaining
:i a home rule for Ireland.
Puts One Over on
"Big Tom" Carroll
A cruel joke was played on Deputy
nited States Marshal "iom v-ar
roll at Lincoln the other day.
Me was olaced on Kuard outside
jury room door where he was told by
the inkers a iurv was deliberating.
For two long hours "Tom" faithfully
guarded the door and then, wonder
ing at the quiet prevailing within and
thinking maybe the jury had gone to
sleep, he investigated.
It's a good thing that he's good
natured. Otherwise he might have
hurled his 300-odd pounds of bone and
muscle upon the clever jokers.
Hand of God Shown
in the U, S, History
It was Missionary Sunday at the
First Christian church yesterday, the
Rev. C harles H. tor-bey preaching a
sermon urging further sacrifices and
support for the cause of evangelizing
forcien countries. The Rev. Mr. ( oh
Lev expressed the belief that the band
of God had been plainly maniteM
the establishment of this country am
in its history.
The nastnr pointed out Ihe im
iiienr tmsiihilitirs and wealth in tl
I'mied State, allowed how densel
populated Anient a would he it
were filled up in nv sueh v
.J nr.n r it tnd.iv. rrmirnl in the iiO
Utii-'it of the nation v. huh had pre
tented ihe et-eity ot (jrrat nvlit.irv
ruili'iuient and liolnd tin (unditiou
until ! loutf rotmnue. rniphied th
irraliif if lra bv nhovtuitf that
tl it a fa 'td I tance an nUn
it would be out l .-at ol tlie tnm
'tud all ttir vtat muii'l, 4i I l,",
im.inl prron in ihf ol-( lu
in ter liraitt tHe vt.-t! of t hi ittiatnl
'i I lint it behootfil tf'tt natixii v. r
.i. tti.ti'lrtlul if riiinri an t i' 'i:'
ttr to like the leal in nuii.tui
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AUGHT AS ROBS
Burglar Run Down by Police, Who
Find Him Looting House of
Rev. F. S. Doeschcr.
SEEN BY MEMBER OF FAMILY
After a long chase, in which the
entire emergency police squad ana
many from the surrounding neighbor
hood participated, Officer George
Armstrong succeeded in running
down and capturing Jack lnnally,
Valleyo, ( al., who had attempted to
rob the home of the Rev F. II. Doe
schcr, 818 North F.ighteciith street,
pastor of the German Lutheran
church at F.ighleenth and Cuming
C'onally broke the screen on a din-
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in a room winnow oi ine resmcntc
and then smashed the glass from the
window frame, and was about to
enter when a metniirr ot tne lamiiy
saw him, The police were immedi
ately notified and the emergency
squail was rushed to the scene in a
larc touring car, that the burglar's
suspicion might not be aroused.
fore the car arrived at ire nouse,
t.iwever. Me man liecame ingnteuru
and was leaving the premises when it
drew up to the residence,
The chase extended across vacant
ids and through alleys, Ihe burglar
dodging behind buildings, anil once
he almost eluded the officers, when
Officer Armstrong came upon him at
he was rounding the corner of a build
ing in the rear of Lightectith and
Demanding of him that he Halt, the
man paid little neen to inc omcer,
but finally gave up and marched to
the street with his hands above his
He was searched and a large
quantity ol valuable jewelry, wnicn
t he no ice think ne lias cuiiaiiien iroin
other robberies, was found on him
When arraigned in police court he
n raded Riiilty to a charge ot vagran
cy and was sentenced to serve ninety
days in the county jail.
Start on the School
Thursday, June 1, the school census
enumerators will start out to cover
Greater Omaha. This will be the first
time the school census of the merged
citv will have been taken as one
There are thirty-one and one-half
square miles to cover, and the enum
erators will have the month of June
in which to complete their lists.
All tersons between the ages of :
and 21 are considered of school age
Residents are required under the law
to answer truthfully questions asked
Cancert at Hanscom
Park Memorial Day
The first of the municipal band con
certs of the season will be played at
Hanscom park Memorial day. Finns
Greater Omaha band, consisting of
twenty-four union musicians, will play
all of the city park concerts in Omaha
Concerts will tie given Wednesday
evenings at 7 JO o clock and Sunday
afternoons at 2:30 oclock. Interme
diate and popular music will be the
rule and classic music the exception
at the concerts this year.
Fail in Attempt to
Rob Sunderland Safe
Yeaemen entered the office of Sun
derland Bros, on the third floor of
the Keeline building Sunday after
noon by way of an open elevator
shaft and attempted to blow the of
fice safe, ihev were not successtul
however. Thev gathered up a nutn
her of rugs from the floor and placed
them over the safe to deaden the
sound of the explosion. With cold
chisels thev cut a small piece out o
the edge of the sate door, and in the
cavitv placed a large charge ot dyna
mite. When the explosion occured
the force was not sufficient to open
the safe door. The men gave up their
attempt and made a hasty getaway
Several persons on the upper floor
were attracted by the sound of the
explosion and started a hurried in
resolution. The police were uoti
fied and hurried to the scene, but
found only a part of a burglar's kit
The janitor, who was present at
the timr of the explosion, asserted
tlut to the best of bis knowledge no
one filtered the building during the
.tin t noun, save some occupants of of
liiTt on the upper floors, all of whom
he k ii r sv personally.
Il ii wtoiftirully reported that there
s a U'ge amount of money in the
.itf at li e titnr of the attempted roll
BODY OF DROWNED BOY
FOUND AFTER TWO WEEKS
.ontr. Sth . May - t
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n it :i l.ol ttif bodv H lillle
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I.I t.irn Uiiin found in
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BANCROFT SCHOOL TO HAVE
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New Marriage Alliance Between
COUNTESS mnADA TOJSGy
Although no official announce
ment of the engagement has been
made, it is rumored in official cir
cles in London that Prince George
of Hattenhurg, son of Prince Louis of
Batlenburg, the former firbt lord ot
the Hritish admiralty, is to marry
the Countess Nada Torby, daughter
Bertie Lutz Has
Perfect Score in
In the first leg of the motorcycle
endurance race to Kansas City yester
day, Bertie Lutz registered in at Han
son's motorcycle store with a perfect
Sunday morning at 6 oclock, six
teen Omaha motorcyclists started
from Fifteenth and F'arnam streets
for Kansas City, the condition being
that the distance, 227 miles, be cov
ered in eleven hours. The men pulled
out one minute apart and were each
allowed a minute leeway at eacii con
With the exception of Archie Soren-
son and Jim 1 isher, the men all regis
tered into Kansas City on time, hn-
route, Fred Krug, who carried a side
car, had an accident, but uncoupling
the car and leaving it by the roadside,
he ran in on time.
At 6 o'clock this morning, the men
will start back to Omaha, the condi
tions governing the run being the
same as those of Sunday. I hey are
due to arrive at Fifteenth and Far
nam streets at 6 o'clock, being al
lowed an hour off at noon.
DIES AT SISTER'S HOME
Edward Fitzgerald, age 26 years, a
son of E. W. Fitzgerald of this city,
died at the home of his sister, Mrs.
T. J. Mercell, 3520 Lincoln boulevard,
late Sunday evening, auer an unless
of about three months. The funeral
will be held at the St. Cecelia s church
Tuesday morning at nine o'clock. In
terment will be made in the Holy
Mr. hitgerald is survived by his
father, two sisters, Agues and Mar
garet Fitzgerald, ami Mrs. Mercell,
and by two bi others, Jaik and Joseph,
all of whom resid n the city.
ROBERT BRIDGES HAS HIS
CLASS AT ENTERTAINMENT
Pobert Bridges rnteruiiied the In
termediate section of ihe Junior torn
inertia! club of the IIikIi Si Imol of
Commerce at his home, 112..' s.iiilh
Thirtieth avenue, I luirxl.ty rycuiug.
Those present were
M'tairti - V--.r -
AntfHI ItfOmit'WI H.,i..Ml ltrU.
ftftvmnnft hl-IStr .l-.liri Nl I,,,'...,,
J. nil Kiln
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OMAHA. TUESDAY, MAY
Russia is Rumored
of Grand Duke Michael of Russia,
and niece ot Grand Duke Nicholas,
who is leading a victorious Russian
army in Turkey.
Prince George is known in the
London clubs as the "black prince,"
due to his having posed for a photo
graph while ai ling as a coal passer
with the fleet jn the North Sea.
Program Will Be
The Shakespearian program lo be
given by the Young Women' Christ
ian association this evening by pupils
of Mrs. Effie bteen Kittelson is an
I'anianln on "Mldnummer Nlht Prnm"
Ml Nina Cinri-Bti
"a you nt it."
nrmillnd Mini KlhH Miilhnllfinfl
I'tflln MIM I ' ll v 1 1 1 Tebhlna
liukf Mr. ThuiimH Coll
'fiiry ihe Klfth."
Kln Jfciiry Mr. Airri1 UH tenhouf.
1'rliiew Katherliie. . . . Minn HiHh Hfiiity
I.Mily Allir MIm Kvlyn Mft'Kf froy
"Two Of ntlfmifin fit Vf-rorm."
.lulla ,. .Minn Ruth Hnntly
l.uifittit Ulna In Hint tn NalaOfl
rivl... MIm rorlnnti Armplront
Vloln Mlu Jeanetle Mulr
(leniif woman. ... Slim Bvolyn SlnCuffrey
Malvtillo Mr. Arthur Homier
"niow, lllow. Thou Wlnlrr Vt'lnil."
"Who li ttylvla?" SV huhert
Sir. II. II. Vnniiuiiily.
I'ottla MIm Clara tiraka
rtrutua Mr. Arthur Itminer
"Orihii With Hie I.ulo" Carl lluaih
J "High No Mora, I.adlea" I". tt. 8tevena
Mr. UforgB t:r,mpton.
Th Mfrchant of Vfnlrt."
Portia Slli Kvelyn. Ulii'iiffrey
Norli.ua Al Inn l'liyllla Ti bblna
Rinehart Has Lead
Over His Opponent
Tierre, S. D., May 20. (Special
Teleoram.) Figures on all but nine
counties of the state show that Rine
hart has a lead of 221 over Morcom,
and the counties yet lo report a re
considered certain to increase the
In the Third distriit the figure in
dicate a small plurality lor J. li. Bar
tine, for congress, his lead oyer Pat
terson, Ins only dangerous compel
tor, tiring .i.i.i l lie lounnes yri io
report are considered to he Barlinc
i. i m
l.lff I'rnallv fur .pl..nie 'f
I.nli.l.iii, Mav ;s --Tf-n fr..r.a liata h-ii i Bjj
rntiti.'ixl nf . i.i.lf,..at al Mi iiIi . a -nii.- ' t.
In lo II-iiIh ili.at. h fi'.in Aiui-olin, f-;k
wtllrh i,ufil. IS-- l-l'-atj' n ailllt'irl'l ' '.
ff.r Hi M'.-iaf nt tin,' lli if1 ! iiiifi l If
rfnilv ht .',"! .i.. ilp.l Hllr the -u , w fi
i,m.n of avu oiiiii. li. i "i I
I tl,,, l to rtrjilll. t. . milium- .1 tu Iff. F
t'.irOn. .inn. til Nir.-I.TM i Sura. !. ft la ' a
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If ytn.j riavo not fornpktt'tl your plann for th
fMUinnu r tti ii.h at onop, Thi1 .rrvunt tjuv.li'in i a ser
ituH out with a Kif.nt niany, Vtui van n-lifvo your
M'lf of tin can h and wurrif of KtH'pinv hmiM' .luring
the jiiaiuth'r tnoi.ths hy t;K ailvnntat uf th o
tn-ttu ly low rati-- now In iiur 'f f rnl by tho "Hotel
1'orUt in lie" from June lt to S-j.t.ml.t r lftit,
l(t.!t I rnt;trn !lt' t)if:.!oi'? pnkrt ami
i" pti!!.l h"!rl. An cxaniplf of lh huh t tli'i of
t flu icm y ifi htitfl it wv in evt rv r -'. U-'fino'l,
t ! ?ni'it ni wml uii-'.:i j tt l a ti vtfoty, iMfti
ftirt, form nli'tH-,', fitniihlnv:?. ctii.Hin vU
Manaecment JOHN F. LETT0N
FOUR GREEK FORTS
Twenty-Five Thousand Troopi Take
Over Stronghold and Reach
SOIBS APFEAR IN SALONIKI
London, May J1'. The Hulgarian
invasion of Greek Macedonia has
reached to Uciuir-Hisar and from
that town forces of Hulgarian are
said to be making their way south
eastward toward the Aegean seaport
of Ftvalta, northeast of Saloniki.
Unofficial estimates place the num
ber of the invaders at 25.000. Along
the Struma river the Greek:, have
evacuated the forts of Rupcl, Drago
tiu, Jspatovo and Kaucvo to the Hul
gars, without offering resistance.
Athens newspapers say that the
deputation of the Hulgarian and Ger
man officers in determining the sur
render of Fort Rupel explained thai
its occupation was necessary to se
cure the Hulgarian left wing against
an entente attack
The surrender of the fort was ef
fected at J o'clock Friday morning
am! the tirotocol siuued by the Hul
iir. Ceriiian anil Greek officer. The
( .i-riiiiina and liulnariati. the new'
oai.ets sav. undertook to restore the
but to Greece so soon as the reasons
for its occupation no longer existed
The (irerk forts Kuncl and Drago
tin are respectively six ana nine nine
north of the town of Demir-Hissar,
while Snatovo fort lies four mile
east of that town. West Kayalla, on
which the liulganans are said to be
marching, is a seaport mi the Aegean
aej. fiftv-five miles in an air line
south of Demir-Hissar.
Will Give Them Back.
Coincident with the Bulgarian in
vasion, coinei a report that the re
jiivenaled Serbian army the ancient
eiiriuy of the Hulgars has landed at
Saloniki to reinforce the British and
French troops already there. The
force has been estimated at 80,000
to 1 00,000 officers and men, It was
reoraanied on the island of Corfu,
which in aniiroximatelv 400 mile di
taut bv water from Saloniki. The
Serbian army totaled about JOO.000
men at the outbreak of the war, but
this force was greatly depicted as
result of an epidemic of typhus and
bitter cnaaiieiiienis lougnt in an en
deavor to check the Austro-German
and Bulgarian invasion of Serbia and
Monteiicaro. The remnant of the
original armie saved itself by re
treating throuah tne Albanian inoun
tains to the eastern shores of the
On reachiiisr the seacoast, the Ser
buns were transported to the island
of Corfu, off the southern coast of
Albania, where they were supplied
with new nflcs and clothing and effi
ciently entiipptd for further service
on the Balkan battlefield.
Saloniki, May 28.-(Via Parii)-
As an outtrrowth of the popular in
dignation resulting from the violation
i ii''i ii ' i ,
You pay less for
them than you'd pay
for any other HAN D
MADE tires you
get more than the
5000 Mile Guarantee
You won't e Al
liance Tire on every
body's car but you II
know, after you'v made
your first trial of them,
that everybody who
lant twine Alliance
Tirea is Jen fortunate
than you are.
S a Alliamt Ttm fr
)Ol K ear HOW,
T. AhWt RakUt C.
fill l,lNt 1IMI.
MllUlt S III
JH s I ttttt SI
During the Summer
1 r I
f Greek territory, a big meeting has
been called here tor tomorrow to
protest against the action of the Ger
man and liuigarian troops.
Ihe position of Rupel is an im
portant one. It dominates 'ne aenie
leading to jjcmir-iitssar oringe,
which is the key to neresana wnicn
pied. An adversary tnus cmuron
Ihe railroad from Saloniki to
. . a .1 a 1- 1
Vat mre 1 nlarraltr Iieaiii TVawl.
... a, ..mm tla aaM.rahalf M
nnow. rnrilfr (Iran or tvaaninBion univ-r- j
any. Ht l-uia. S1o., .Ileal bar. loda at tha
hum or a relallya arier an nineaa n aararai j
Round Trip Fare
to Denver, Pueblo
time. Particularly is this resort attractive to the
worker who is limited to a two weeks' vacation,
as travel time to Colorado has been reduced to a
one-night trip to patrons of the
the line that is double tracked, Sherman gravel
ballasted, protected by Automatic Electric Block
Safety Signals and over which every day are
operated three splendidly equipped trains to Col-.
Denver Special Lv. Omaha 7:45 Aa M.
(New train to be placed in service June 4th)
Colorado Express Lv. Omaha 4:20 P. M.
Denver Special Lv. Omaha 12:30 A. M.
(Standard Pullman sleeping car ready lor occupancy,
Union Station, 9 ;30 P.M.)
For complete particulars concerning train eervice and beau
tifully illustrated "Colorado for the Tourist," telling of aide trips
and approximate cost ol a Colorado vacation, apply to ,
Via Rock Island Lines
(From Omaha-Effective June 1st.)
Alexandria Hy. N. Y., and return
Adbury l'nrk, N. J.. and return
Atlantlo City. N. J., and
niingor, Mn., and return
Har Harbor, Mo., and return
Uonton, MaHH.. uml return
nuffttlo, N. Y. mil rnturn
liurllngton, Vt, and rniurn
('hautuui)iia Luke I'olnlH, N. Y., soil return .
Toledo, 0., and return
( liarlottetown. I. K. 1 , and return
Conrord. N. II., an) rtturn
liotrtilt, Midi , .ind ritum
1'atiynn, S. M . and return
Iliillfiix, N. H , md return
i,kfi I'laeld, N. Y. ami return
Miinrtdii. N 11 . iin.l return
Mmilri l. Que . .'i"l i '"rn
New York. N Y . mi l lftnrtt
(iltl Ort'hur.l, Me., nut return
I't.riUiul M". 'md rnurn
C.rtniiioiiili. N. 'I . 1(. return
l-ii ii.ii. N. ! i ami return
Kt .luhri. H
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Chicago Limited nt G.03 P. M. Daily
Back in Fort Bliss
M f ao, 'i'rx,, 2v 'i'w tro)
ri tlv f'.jg-h'tii cavsiliy, commanded !
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fl-ajrks t h- cla-UC J tav COJllpliiaUOJI
UK1 tn irrnii o) i"t
, , fija. eXJtaU) SlrtMBJOTi,
is the ideal vacation re
sort for Omaha people low round
trip summer tourist rate and splendid
train service make the trip to Colo
rado economical both in cost and
L. BEINDORFF, C. P.4T.A,
1324 Farnam Street,
Phone: Douglas 334.
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