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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1917)
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1917,
THE FOREIGN BORN
,Ak-Sar-Ben Electric Parade
Will Picture History of Pol
ish, Bohemias and Other
The Ak-Sar-Ben electric parade
Vednesday, October 3, will have es
pe cial interest for the foreign-born
peiVons of the South Side. There will
be a Polish, a Bohemian and a Lithu
anian float. Each will picture the his
tory of the country which it repre-1
sents.and will show the brave strug
gle these small nations are making
for lilerty and democracy.
Th many thousands of South
Siders of Polish descent will be
thrilled at the sight of the Polish
float. Liberty, in shackles, will be the
central .figure. She will be shown
clinging to a cross and pleading for
her freed'om. The float will also show
the three states of Poland. The three
classes of oldiers will be represented.
Rev. Father William of the Im
maculate Conception church, Rev.
Father Glilba of St. Francis' Polish
Catholic church and W. Mike
Kalaraaja, prominent in Polish or
ganizations, are working to make the;
Polish float a wonderful spectacle,
which will fell the story of their
fathurland. -The float will be a sym
bol of 'the history, the tragedy and
the bravery of. the Polish people.
The Bohemian and the Lithuanian
peoples have ateo given much thought
to planning the floats which will rep
resent their countries.
Rev. Father George F. Joniatis of
the Lithuanian church of the South
Side is a lea'der of the Lithuanian
people in Omaha and will help plan
the Lithuanian flcnat. Joe Mick, prom
inent Omaha Bohemian, will help to
plan the BohemiaVi .float so that it
will portray Bohemia's message to
Gua Renze is also making a float
that will represent the Hibernians.
Special Story Hew for
South Side Children
The South Side library will have a
special story hour Saturday for the
children who are members of the
Summer Reading c'uV- Invitations
have been sent out to s.ixty-five chil
dren for 2:30 o'clock, when Miss
Swartzlander, the library story teller,
will be ready for them with a fine
lot of stories,
Mais City Gossip.
Wanted to rant, raiU mod ant cottage.
Telephone South IMS.
Apartment tor rent, Twenty-fturth end L
streets. B. H. Banner Co., DougUi 40.
THE MARRIAGE MARKET.
With Carlyele Blackwell 1 the big ptctore
at the Bene tonight First time ever In
Telophone South 109 and order a eaia of
Oma or Lactonada, the healthful, Refreshing
Home Beveragea, delivered to your eeildenoa.
Omaha Beverage Co.
Don't (all to sea oar Balnea aluminum
cooking demonstration Friday and Saturday.
Heat does not affect Saluca aluminum. Sea
for yourself. KoutsKy-favim uo.
Member of "Rainbow"
Karl Nilssen of the Forty-eighth
"Rainbow" division, United States
army, is at his home on the South
Side, convalescing from a serious
operation which he underwent in a
New York hospital. Nilssen has two
brothers who are in the war and are
already "somewhere in France." He
expects to go to the front as soon as
he is well.
Mr. and Mrs. Elof Nilssen. 3932
South Twenty-eighth street, are the
parents of the three soldier boys. The
brothers all enlisted in the same regi
The mother of the soldier lads Is
Mrs. Mary Jewett Harter Nilssen.
She can trace her descent to Mary
Chilton, the first woman who stepped
off the Mayflower.
Dr. Connell Warns Against
Breaking Quarantine Rules
"I intend to enforce the quarantine
law," said Health Commissioner Dr.
Connell in South Side police court
"Physicians who advise their pa
tients to raise the quarantines before
the time is up should be prosecuted.
The health commissioners are the
ones who have the authority to raise
a quarantine." 1
Mrs. Sarah Alters, Twenty-fifth and
Jefferson streets, was fined $5 and
costs in South Side police court by
Police Judge Madden for allowing her
children to break the quarantine on
their home for scarlet fever.
Mrs. Alters told the court that their
family doctor had told her that all
danger was past and it was all right
for thereto leave the house.
Hibernians Give Watch to
Member Going-to Fort Riley
John McDonnell, popular South
Sider who left for Fort Riley Wednes
day, was given a rousing sendoff by
the Hibernians of South Omaha be
fore his departure. At the special
farewell meeting held in his honor,
Dr. E. F. Shanahan,' Thomas Keane,
L. D. Kavanagh and State President
J. J. Curtin spoke. They lauded the
patriotic character of the soldiers who
are going to war.
The South Side Hibernians pre
sented McDonnell with a gold wrist
watch. A committee of Hibernians
accompanied young McDonnell to
the station when he entrained for Fort
Riley. j f
U. S. Regular Recruits on
South Side for Few Days
F. B. Gibbs, in the recruitii.j serv
ice of the regular United States army,
has taken charge of the work on lhe
South Side during the absence of Lieu
tenant Bruett of the "Fighting
Fourth," who is in Siowj City Mr.
Gibbs is ready to enlist men in the
regular army or the militia.
"There is a vacancy or two," said
Mr. Gibbs, "in the engineer corps
and in the cavalry. Ane one wishing
to get into these branches stands a
pretty good show if he hurries and
beats the other fellow to it."
The resruiting station in the army
canteen building at the military car
nival is proving a big success. - The
officers are kept busy answering ques
tions of the interested boys who are
anxious to learn about army life in the
different branches of service.
Meat Cutters Ask Secretary
, Wilson About Seven Strikers
The Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butcher Workmen who banded them
selves into a large organization dur
ing the recent packing housd strike,
are trying to make their newly won
rights effective. They have consulted
Secretary of Labor Wilson in regard
to the case of seven employe: at the
Swift plant, who, it is allegtU, were
denied their old places at the plant.
One of the terms of the agreement
between the packers and the strikers
was that the strikers should be rein
stated without discrimination.
The various crafts of the union are
organizing They have leased the
second floor of the Ritchie building,
Twenty-fourth and N streets, for
Judge Madden Gives Negro
Couple a Bit of Advice
"You are 'in bad'. You are living
wr6ng. You are law breakers," said
Police Judge Madden in South Side
tolice court Thursday morning to
Idward Wiggons, 4821 South Twenty-fifth
street, and his common-law
wife, Hannah Wiggons. Both are
colored. They were charged with
stealing $15 from Mrs. Broader, 1215
"I am going to send you both to
jail for fifteen days and after you
have served your sentence I want
you to get married and go to work.
See?" said Judge Madden.
On the way to the work house Ed
ward Wiggons pondered over the
judge's advice. "Ah, get married, gee,
ain't that just another scheme to
work a fellow out of a few bones?"
Registration at Night High
School Begins October 8
Night high school registration at
South High begins Monday evening.
October 8, at 7 o'clock. Arrangements
have been made to accommodate 600
students. All commercial courses,
manual training, domestic science,
French, Spanish, German, physics,
chemistry, English, United States his
tory, economics, salesmanship teleg
raphy, physical culture, hygiene, Red
Cross nursing will be offered. A spe
cial course in English will be given
for foreigners who wish to acquire a
better speaking and reading knowl
edge of the language.
James Farrar Arrested
On Complaint of Wife
Mrs. Jamca Farrar swore out a
warrant Thursday for the arrest of
her husband, James Farrar, 2406 N
street, on the grounds of alleged wife
and child abandonment. Farrar is a
steam fitter at Morris & Co.'s packing
plant. Detectives Zaloudek and Fran
cl made the arrest.
Sam Anderson, Local Bali
Player, Dies After Operation
Sam Anderson, well known in ama
teur base ball circle, died Wednes
day night at the Ford hospital, after
an operation for appendicitis. The fun
eral was today at 2 o'clock, with
services at Crosby's chapel at Twenty-fourth
and Lake streets, and inter
ment in West Lawn.
Mr. Anderson was captain of the
Frank Deweys last year. y
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Prices are as
The style and
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FURS THAT ARE
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The impulse to dress up In the fall is
prompted by an emulation ot nature her
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THURSDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 27.
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