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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1916)
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 29. 1916.
ROBBER IS NERVOUS,
BDT TAKES THE CASH
-J . a I i ,,v t. ' -
One of Pair That Cleans Out
Fox Pharmacy Unable to
Hold Gun True.
PATHONS NOT MOLESTED
Two masked bandits, one of them
o nervous that his revolver shook
in his hand, entered the Fox phar
macy, 3423 North Thirtieth street, at
10 o'clock last night, lined up one
patron and two clerks arid made
away with $10 in cash and a check
for $1, the night's receipts. Descrip
tions of the men furnished the po
lice tally with the descriptions of the
two highwaymen who Wednesday
night held up the Farnam lunch.
Philip Kline. 2108 Chicago avenue,
night manager of the pharmacy, was
engaged in making up the cash and
had all the money in his hand when
the two bandits entered, each with a
red handkerchief tied over the lower
portion of his face and each with a
Calvin Pace, 3407 (North Twenty
ninth street, a clerk, and Harold Nie
man, 3411 North Thirtieth street, a
patron, were in the store. Neither
Two Other Holdups.
Two other holdups and one
burglary -were reported to the police
shortly after the Fox pharmacy rob
bery. About 12 o'clock two men en
tered the People's Loding house, 307
South Twelfth street, and compelled
Anton Webster, night clerk, at the
point of a gun, to put up his hands.
He was relieved of $1.95 and his
At about the' same time . a bandit
entered the Palm hotel, 1205 Douglas,
and demanded that Harry Haspel
submit to a "frisk." He reisisted and
was shot in the foot as the robber
fled. Haspel is at St. Joseph's hos
pital. His condition is not serious.
Sunderland Brothers' machine shop,
1008 Douglas, was entered by burglars
some time during the night. They
knocked the knob off the safe and
pried open several desks, but obtained
no money or other valuables.
While the officers were working on
the Fox drug holdup two robbers en
tered the People's lodging house, 307
South Twelfth street, and relieved
Anton Welder of $1.95 and his watch.
Several nights ago Adam Krack, 5119
South Twenty-sixth street, was
robbed 61 $21 by two men, and Tom
Savage, Twenty-fourth and L- streets,'
of $5 and his watch. In the latter
instance the holdups alighted from' a
buggy and accomplished the robbery.
The Farnam lunch was robbed
Wednesday night by bandits, and in
every instance the descriptions of the
bandits were practically as follows:
One man, believed to have done the
shooting, aged 38, height six feet,
light hair, black overcoat,, black hat,
weight 200 pounds.
Second man, aged about 35, height
five feet seven inches,' weight 150
pounds, brown sack coat, brown
pants, dark hat.
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Christian Endeavor ers of the
State Here Latter Part of Week
Frederick W Learitt.
Dr. Leavitt is chairman of the pul
pit supply committee; Bishop Bell of
the United Brethren church comes
from Los Angeles, and Mr. Kilgore is
The Nebraska Christian Endeavor
union will hold its thirtieth annual
convention in Omaha from November
2 to 5.
About 500 delegates from all over
the state are expected and elaborate
preparations and a full program have
Among the speakers will be Bishop
W. M. BeJl of Los Angeles, Cal.; C.
C. Hamilton of Boston, Mass.; W. R.
Hall of Philadelphia. Pa.; Frank
Lowe, jr., of Kansas City, and C. A.
Mock, president of Union college, Le
Mars, la. 1
A special chorus of 200 voices, un-,
der direction of F. E. Hathaway of
Chicago will lead the singing. Some
sessions will be held in the Brandeis
Interesting union and missionary
exhibits will be on display.
Talks Are Timed.
Sessions will start next Thursday
afternoon, and continue every morn
ing, afternoon and evening, closing
Sunday evening. Among the features
of the opening session will be "seven
talks by live workers in thirty-five
minutes by the clock," and "three
talks by people that are doing some
thing, in twentv-one minutes bv the
clock." And another "ten-minute
talk, by the clock. The big activities
of the full convention program are
accurately timed and the schedule is
to be followed with military precision.
Another out-of-the-ordmary feature
will be an Esperanto divine service,
being a service, in which the language
used will, be Esperanto, the "univer
sal language," which it is bang urged
that all people of the World adopt, so
as to avoid Jhe trouble .that fames pi
r - - i
E. lynne JGlgore
the many tongues used by the world's
Bishop Bell wilt talk Thursday,
Friday and Saturday evenings.
A number of Omaha speakers are
on the program, including Rev. Dr.
E. H. Jenks, E. Lynne Kilgore, Stuart
C. Wigg, Rev. T. M. Evans, and Rev.
J. A. Leavitt.
On the program -Saturday morning
will be a tarcical hrisUan bndeav
or session." which !will be oresented
by some Omaha players. It shows the
failings and weaknesses of some so
cieties and is mtenden to correct them,
"The convention theme wilt ' be
"Christians Enthusiastic Citizenship
ennobled. A banner will be presented
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ance record, estimating number of
members attending, number of ses
sions attended and number of miles
Sunday afternoon there will be a
woman's mass meeting, addressed by
Mrs. S. Hortense Koppof Shenandoah.
Va and a men's mass meeting ad
dressed by Rev. J. A. Leavitt, state
superintendent of the Society for the
The Omaha . Christian Endeavor
union, which is the host ro the state
Endeavorers, has a membership of
about 2,000, distributed into twenty
six senior Endeavor societies, twenty-three
junior Endeavor sxieties and
eight intermediate societies. Sixteen
new junior societies have been organ
ized in the last year bv Mrs. I. II.
Ellsberry, the Union's junior super
intendent. All interesting feature of
the convention will be a junior and
intermediate society rally Sunday at
2 p. in., in the First Christian church.
The children will have charge of the
exercises, but the adults are invited,
The Oijiaha Christian Endeavor,
during the last year, has secured new
Christian workers, as follows: One
hundred and twelve new church mem
bers, 369 Christian Endeavor mem
bers, 243 new "Quiet Hour" com
rades, 74 new "Tenth LegTon" mem
bers, 202 new subscribers to the Chris
tian Endeavor World, 419 new "Peace
Union" members, three new life work
recruits and twenty-six new Christian
The sociteies composing the union
gave $360 to the City Mission among
their yearly benevolences.
The different departments of the
union cover every phase of Chris
tian Endeavor work, each department
being superintended by an expert as
follows: Missionary department, Miss
Ida Woolley; "Quiet Hour," Miss
Helen McDonald; efficiency, Dean
Davidson; social, Mrs. E. Lynne Kil
gore; lookout, Earl Reynolds; junior,
Mrs. J. H. Ellsberry; publicity, Miss
Esther Neely; temperance and citi
zenship, Will H. Thompson, jr.;
music, John Gunn.
Hanscom Park Improvers for
Sutton and Swimming Pool
Voters of Hanscom Park Improve
ment club want a swimming pool in
Hanscom park. They met last night
in Windsor school and instructed the
secretary to notify the city commis
sion of their wish. They plan to cir
culate a petition in favor of the
The club endorsed the candidacy of
R. J. Sutton for the School board.
Mr. Sutton is a former .secretary of
the club and Is the only one of the
United Improvement club's ticket of
seven whom the Hanscom improvers
D. B. tlrcor, formerly hum! stunt muirrat
nunnpr of tlv Ittirllniitoi. with ln'iulquir
tni in Oinithi, but now jtufintaiit to Vlcn
President Hvriiin urn. Inmtt-rf In rhtcHRn U
pcmllnK tin day in town. Mr. Urocr lu on
hli return from in extended lour to the
wnt whare ho wnt to rent and look utter
nonir) bunt n ff m mat lore
Bnh AiM'ily, formerly eitfmlvoly nntnted
tn real Mtitte bu sin run in Rtitnton, thtu niiite,
Is visiting frit-(His In the city. Mr. Amle
by In now tnitMK'd tho lumhr hinltn'iie
on the 1'tiHflc en tint, having hi h'tulnunrtor
in Portland and a atrlnir of amw mill! toat
tered- nlong the Columbia river. -O,
H. Corae, foreign paaaangar agent
the Union Pacific, with haad quartan In CM.
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oral pRtiet-naer Agent Bannlnger, ralattva t
foreign bualnraa tor nt year.
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