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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1917)
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY1, MAY 26. J917.-
BACKING HOUSE MAGNATES are among the thousand of young men who are now at the
officer' training camp at Fort Sheridan, near Chicago. When graduated they will be com
missioned and put in command of division of the army raited by conscription. The four
shown are well known in Omaha. Left to risrht! Michael Cudahv. Ed Morris. Louis 1. Swift
and E. A. Cudahy.
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"Eddie" Cudahy is best known in
Omaha. With his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Cudahy, he resided here
many years. The family removed to
Chicago five years ago. i ,
Eddie Cudahy was first brought
into prominence the night of Decem
ber 18, 1900, when he was IS years o!d.
He started to go to the home of a
neighbor and just outside the house
was kidnaped by Pat Crowe.
Search was made, but no trace of
the boy could be found. The fol
lowing night a messenger left a letter
at the Cudahy home informing E. A.
Cudahy, sr., that if he deposited $25,
000 in gold at a certain place out on
the Center street road, his son would
be returned, but if not the boy would
be put to death.
The money was deposited as indi
cated and at 1 :30 o'clock the morning
of December 20 the boy was returned,
January 1, 1901, PaCrowe was ar
rested on a kidnaping charge and
after a trial in district court, April 28
of the same year was acquitted.
Notes from Beatrice
And Gage County
Beatrice, Neb., May 25. (Special.)
-William Henning and Miss -Naomi
Slierrill, both of this city, were mar
ried yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock
at the Christian parsonage.
Many contributions for the Young
Men's Christian association work
iund are coining in from various
parts of thj county and it is thought
the Beatrice district will have no
trouble in raising the $4,000 of its
share of the $60,000 in the state.
At a meeting of the local aerie of
Eagles last evening it was voted to
purchase $2,000 worth of Liberty
bonds. Five members of Company
C belong to the lodge, which voted
to keep upvtheir dues- while they arc
in military service.
Bootlegger is Fined Hundred
Dollars in Crawford Court
Crawford, Neb., May 25.--(Specia1.)
--H. G. Newcomb, a former saloon
keeper, pleaded guilty to the charge
of selling liquor in Justice Gooch's
court Wednesday, and was fined $100,
which he paid. A quantity of liquor,
which was seized when his place was
searched Saturday, will be destroyed.
Asks Ten Thousand Dollars
For Injury to His Leg
Aurora, Neb., May 25. (Special.)
James S. Stuart has brought suit
against Ed R. Williams nd Arthur
Best for $10,000 damages because of
an injury which he received in Janu
ary, 1916, while attending a sale in
their sale barn. In his petition, Mr.
Stuart alleges that he was kicked on
the left leg while in one of the seats
of the amphitheater. Both bones of
the lower leg were broken. The
horse which did the kicking belonged
to Charles Medaris.
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No evidence of war prices'
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Aurora Will Have Rally
To Recruit Guardsmen
Aurora, Neb., May 25. (Special.)
The call is. out for a rousing patriotic
meeting at the court house Saturday
evening for the purpose of recruiting
Company H of the Fifth regimnt up
to war strength. The company now
has 102 members and it is desired to
have fifty more recruits from Hamil
ton county. The company has been
mustered in and has elected its offi
cers. Drill is being held twice a week
and the boys will be ready to go as
soon as the call conies. O. M. New
man is captain; V. E. Dorian, first
lieutenant; Clyde Widaman, second
Returned Traveler Says
1 , Danes Have Little Food
Fremont, Neb., May 25. (Special
Telegram.) Mr. and Mrs, Tinus
Petersen, who spent the winter at the
old home in Denmark, have returned.
The boat on which they made the
trip was the first to leave Copen-1
hagen since last January, Twice it
was stopped off the coast of Norway
and searched by officers of a German
The food situation in Denmark is
pitiful, Mr. Petersen said.
First Hall County Man
Registers for Service
Grand Island, Neb., May 25.
(Special.) The first citizen of Hall
county to register for military serv
ice, under the recent conscription law
was Forrest William Cain, who sent
in a card from Elwood, Neb., where
he is employed on a farm. He gave
his residence, including the number
of the street in this city, and indicated
that he was single, white, and had
previously served five weeks in Com
A committee of sixty, with Mavor
J. L. Cleary at the head, has been ap
pointed to make arrangements for a
patriotic demonstration on registra
tion day in this city including a big
parade at A o'clock. The young men's
section of the Commercial club is or
ganizing for a line-up of 250 automo
biles for this parade. It is expected
that Company M of York, and the re
cruiting officers in other divisions in
the citjr will head the parade, led by
the Third City, Municipal band.
The Red Cross association has now
a membership of over 1,500, with good
prospects that the original goal of
2,000 members for the Grand Island
chapter will be reached. A list of
eighty more members was sent in
from Wood River with the assurance
by the committee from that city of
as many more.
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