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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920.
OF ANCIENT HIGH
PRIEST IN COURT
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Babylonian Talmud Prepared
,- By Sanhedrin Referred to
, a - In. Ouster
( : j- Suit. ,
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Martin L, Sugarman, counsel foi
S. RabinSwitz, defendant in an action
brought'by B. Shames to obtain pos
session of premises att 709 North
Sixteenth street, referred Judge
George Holmes in municipal court
this af tern on to the Babylonian Tal
mud, art ancient code of law pre
pared by the Sanhedrin, which was
ft supreme council of holy priests.
Mr. Sujarman held in his hand a
volume jof jurisprudence, being an
English translation by Rodkinson,
ana saia to nave been the hrst t-ng-
jish translation of -this r ancient set
of laws. .
Held Up Execution.
Mr. Sugarman'; point was that his
client hid not been given his full
!day in court" and, that the writ of
v restitution granted to Shames should
not be executed until an appeal
made ny Kabmowitz will ha.ve been
heard in the district court
" Mr. Sugarjiian read the following
from the -Talmud as applicable to
, jjis case i . .
" ;-"So long as defendant brings evi
dence to. his advantage the decision
ihay be nullified by the 'court. The
efendant has always the right to
'inff viArm offline til Aceet
fit the court unless an ot his claims
are concluded and be himselt con
fesses uiai nc nas no more witnesses
fer any other evidence."
!! First Tlm 'Here.
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Mr. ougarman aiso queued irom
Deuteronomy XVI 6, which reads:
!At the. mouth of two -witnesses
, Jhe matter shall tstand." ' .
j It is stated that this is the first in-'
liance in Omaha of the Talmud be
(ig referred in open court tq prove
the contention of a lawyer for. his
The case now before Judge
Holmes is a motion offered by Mr.
Shames, that a writ of .execution
, .recently allowed by the judge in his
s favor against Rabinowitz shall e
" carried into effect notwithstanding
All 1DDUI UT 'IVdUIIIOWIU.
. Judge Holmes believes he will be
gin studying the Talmud.
Despondent Woman Ends
life on Son's Birthday
Mrs. t P. Bush, 38, 2803 Bristol
street, committed suicide yesterday,
,"her son John's ISth birthday, by
locking Serself in the kitchen of her
- home and turning1 on tfifrgas' jets of
the kitchen range. She was found
, dead on .the floor at 5 a. m. by her
Bash told police his wile had been
despondent over a stroke of apoplexy
she suffered 15 years ago and
another last January. He said she
' had ttemcld suicide several other
' .f - "ri. a I i t , i
times. lnF!wye" 'nave iivcu in
Ojmaha nvvtit' Bush is a farm
Beside the husband and son'. Tohn.
Urs. Bush is survived by Kenneth,
17: Wtlma.7: Erline and Arlme. 4:
her mother and three brothers. Fu-I
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ncrai services win oe neia in ue
home Saturday. 1
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Los Atageles probably has more
pretty gtJs to the square block than
any otmy city the universe.
Omaha Police Have
Clew to Mysterious
Clue to the sudden disappearance
o(s J. F. Burchiel, EI Paso business
man, July 22, which has since mysti
fied Texas authorities, has been ob
tained by Omaha police through the
sal of an automobile alleged to .have
been stolen and sold in Omaha.
Paul Hamilton. Franklin hotel, Des
Moines, sold a Hudson speedster to
loe Lapidus, Auto Exchange 2059
Farnam street, according to Acting
Chief of, Detectives Anderson, which
has proved to be the car Burchiel
bought in Texas two days before he
dropped from sight. Hamilton
showed Lapidus a bill of sale from
Burchiel dated Des Moines, July IS.
Lapidus stopped payment on the
$1,000 check he rave for the car and
police say Hamilton immediately left
Omaha." . ' ,
Detectives were ordered to arrest
Hamilton, following communication
with El Paso police, but learned he
had checked out of the Loyal (hotel.
August 28. the day following th$ sale
of the car. ' I
Hamilton's trunk checked at Un
ion station from Omaha to Chicago,
has not yet been claimed. With him
at the Loyal hotel was a woman
whom he registered as his wife. She,
too, has disappeared, police say.
The Sleeping. Car Conductors
union has increased its membership
to more than 2,500.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
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"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is
genuine Aspirin proved safe by mil
lions and prescribed by physicians
for over 20 years. Accept only an
unbroken "Bayer package" which
contains proper directions to relieve
Headache, Toothache, Earache,
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Colds and
Pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tab
lets 'c6st few cents. Druggists also
sel larger "Bayer packages." As
pirin is trade mark Bayer Manufac
ture Monoaceticacidester of Salicyl
OMAHA WOMAN IS
ROBBED AND THEN
HELD FOR THEFT
Mn. William Vogel Loses
$500 in Daring Robbery
And Is Held as Thief.
While enroute to visit her mother
in St. Louis last Wednesday, Mrs.
William Vogel, divorced wife of Dr.
William Vogel, Omaha dental
chemist, was robbedof her purse
'containing money and diamond rings
vauled at $1,500 in broad daylight,
on a road leading into Sidney, la.,
and later jailed as an automobile
theft suspect when she reported the'
affair to the town marshal.
According to the story Mrs. Vogel
related to Nat Meister, Omaha in
surance man and adjuster,, she and
lief chauffeur were, on their way to
St. Louis and were only a few. miles
ooutside of Sidney when the robbery
occurred. Mrs. Vogel was stand
ing on the running .board of her car
while her driver, was repairing the
engine, when another cat, traveling
at a high rate of speed and with a
man -standing on the running board
passed the Omaha party. As the
speeding car passed Mrs. Vogel, the
man on the. running board grabbed
her purse, which was hangings on
her ami t-f
According to Mr. Meister, when
Mrs. Vogel reported the affair to
the marshal at Sidney, she was
questioned by the latter and later
jailed when the marshal discovered
a revolver in the Omala car.
"Mrs. Vogel was traveling by auto
to visit her mother in .St. Louis and
she carried a revolver in the car for
protection," said Mr. Meister.
Believing that Mrs. Vogel and her
chauffeur were'a pair Lautomobile
thieves, the marshal at Sidney jailed
them. According to Mr. Meister, the
local woman showed her bill of sale
for the automobile, but that was -not
enough to-'please the officer and Mrs
Vttgcl'was kept ii jail for 24 hours.
After telephoning and JeJegraphing
to Omaha, the sheriff of Sidney de
cided that Mrs. Vogel and her
chauffeur were not the pair wanted.
Mr. Meister Jias ( assigned detec
tives to take tlie case and it is- ex
pected that arrests wiH soon follow.
Mrs. Vogel s divorced from her
husband about a month ago. She"
left again last night f St. Louis by
autOv ' ' t ' .
Go To Canada Mr. and Mrs. Jo
sept J. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. J. Evans left last night for
Hamilton, Canada, by way of Chi
cago, for a week's vacation. -y
Want Special Trains VMtors to
Omaha during the Ak-Sar Ben will
be granted special trains and spe-
pelal rates If the efforts, of Secretary
Charles R. Gardner prove successful.
' Fined $100 Illegal possession of
liquor and operation of a still was
the charges made 'by officers against
Gus Antonson, 4829 Ames avenue,
who was fned $100 in the Central
police court yesterday.
Hotel Men en Tour About 45
New York hotel owners and opera
tors, guests of Spencer Penrose, Col
orado capitalist, will pass through
Omaha at 1:50 p. m. today In a spe
cial train on the Kock Island bound
for Colorado Springs.
Rent) Ground William Holzman
took a 99-year lease on the 67 feet
of grouhd immediately west of the
Built for those
who haven't the
space for a Grand
The ESTEY Jias all those enduring and rich tone qualities
that are so characteristic of grand pianos.
Tour Old Piano Taken in Trade.
You Can't Brush Or
Wash Out Dandruff
i t Aft1 A M .iJ
m wmij suic wajr m get nu Ul
dandruff la to dissolve it, then you
destroy It entirely. To do this, get
arvon; apply it at night when re
tiring; use enough to moisten the
scalp and rub it in gently with the
Do this tonight, and by morning,
most If not all, of your dandruff will
5e gone, and three or four more ap
llcationa will completely dissolve
and entirely destroy , every single
sign and trace of it, no matter how
much dandruff you may have.
V A. ffM nll
tvu OT.I 1I11U, ,UV, lll an tinning
and digging of the scalp will stop
at once, and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous. rlfv. ullkv nnH anft. anil
look and feel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid arvon at any
drug store; It. is inexpensive and
never fails to do the work. -
Union Outfitting Co.
Make Big Purchase
Framed Pictures On
Pictures of Every Size And
Description Will Be Found
In This Assortment
There is Almost Endless
Variety of Subjects to
Choose From- About
People attending: this special
sale will be astonished over such
beautiful framed pictures being
offered at such ridiculously low
prices. The Great Buying Power
of the ,Union Outfitting Company
makes such an unsurpassed event
The best work of the foremost
American and foreign artists is
represented, in this wonderful col
lection. It makes no difference
whether you admire iandscape
scenes, bid mister or marine, etc.;
you will find them among the as
sortment. These pictures are beautifully
framed in mahogany, walnut and
other finishes, many showing
new ideas in framing that give
them special individuality.
Remember, the Union Outfit
ting Company is located outside
the High Rent District, and as
always, you make your own
terms. , A A
'SORflFRSET COAL I
i For Hard or Soft Coal Furnace i
Anthracite '6bal is hard and. .hard to get.
I Somerset, Colorado, bituminous coal is . also
hard, and the hottest coal toe can Secure, and
we have itin stock at all our yards. Prompt,fJe- ,1
liveries assured if orders are placed immediately.
I Updike Lumber & Goal Go. j
I r General Officer 45th and Dodga Sts. Phone Walnut 300.
43d and Charles Sta., A
Phone Walnut 557.
15th and Webster Sts., b.
Phone Douglas 4452.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
- " Free Vocational School
For Ex-Soldiers, Sailors and Marines
u Reoriens for Second-Session
September 15, 1920
Registration from September 1st to 10th
A- at 210 South" 18th Street
Offers free to all ex-soldiers, sailors and. marines both begin
ning and advanced courses in Accounting-, Americanization, Arith
metic, Auto Mechanics, Bookkeeping, Business English, Commercial
Chemistry, Commercial Law, Mechanical Drawing, Public Speaking,
Salesmanship, Shorthand, Spanish, Telegraphy, Typewriting and all
others for which there is sufficient demand.
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.Everything free to. those having a discharge from the Army,
Navy or Marine Corps. Where the classes are not full those who
are not ex-soldiers 'may be admitted, upon the payment of tuition.;
' Classes inAuto Mechanics at the City Auditorium, 14th & Jack-,
son. All other classes at the Creighton College, 25th & California
'Streets. ". "
A Mondar,' Wednesday and Friday Evenings,
A ) 7:15 to 9:00 P. M.
1 JKNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL NO. 501, 2IO SOUTH 18th STREET
Briej City News
El Beudor apartments for which he
will pay $4,000 a year net to Mrs.
Elizabeth Warren, who owns the
KulvRtlon Army Mecto About 200
delegates of the county- advisory
board of Nebraska, representing the
Salvation Army, will hold a conven
tion at the Hotel Fontenelle Thuta-'
day, September 16,; for the purpose
of correlating army activities
throughout the state.
Come To Omaha Because of the
proximity of time and distance, race
horse exhibitors, live stock men,
machinery men and other exhibitors
at the Iowa state fair are coming to
the Ak Sar-Ben after thejvhave ex
hibited at the state fair In Lincoln,
according to Arthur Thomas of "the
Chamber of Commerce publicity bu
reau, who has returned from a short
trip to Des Moines. j
Visit Farms Thirty farmers ot
Douglas county. . escorted by
County Agent J. Q. Maxwell, toured
the southern part of the county.
They were accompanied by H. F. Mc
intosh, manager of 'the agriculture
bureau of the Chamber of Commerce
and one of his committeemen, C. M.
Rice, of the Nebraska Hay company.
The party visited various show places
where fine dairy cattle," sheep and
hogs are kept. f
Givrs selves V'ptfohn -Holfeldt
and Tony Zlnfmerly, wanted on a
charge of assault to do great bodily
Injury In connection with an attack
upon a picnic partjrof Omaha people
near Waterloo, Neb., on the night
of July. 31, gave themselves up in
county court yesterday. They plead
ed not guilty.
Acrobatic Thlcr An acrobatic
thief entered Don Allender's room at
the Arcane hotel by means of a plank
connecting an open window in his
room' and .-the building across the
way. The thief relieved Allender of
his trousers which contained a
check for $490, $95 In-cash and a
gold watch, according to Allender's
statement to the police, . ,
Asks. Divorce Alleging " that her
huabari, Frederick M. Collins, vice
president and general manager ot
the Carman Distributing company,
Twelfth and Cass streets, was "un
duly 'familiar" with another Ionian
while she was 'in the hospital and
that he i ordered her 'to leave their
home, Mrs. Helen Collfna. $740 bau
man avenue, Is suing In district
court for divorce. m
Exonerate Andonwm Chief of
Detectives A.-C. Anderson was ex
onerated by ' the , withdrawal of
charges of alleged brutality in using
third degree methods by Thomas Cun ..
ran. attorney for Walr Davidson
accused of the theft of 5,000 worth
of tires from the Goodrich Tire and
Rubber company, according to Chlel
of Police Eberstrfy.
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Divorce-Court. ..""y, , -
. Divorce WtHlinn.
Imtao a. Miller Blnt Mrht MlUeV
eruitjr. , r .''
l v. i k i .ill. nniv Bisiw,, -. wr .
nriion. . . ,
k- h ' ' !
: JwfK Marthil- tronrwjcu Utrtlal, or
Ida " kroitnlck from Cr1 ' Xrumitek.. 1fl
- Dorothy kHr'thouwr from Hobart Brth ,
ouwr. cruelty.' ' '
lBbell Hartnett from James Hartaett,
cruelty. . i
Beanie C wick f rnl Charlet Wick, non
upport. V ; , .
Loulee Bnnka from Robert Banks, cru
There's No Picture like the
Picture of Health
The greatest master-piece in the
Art Gallery of Life is Nature's
"Picture of Heslth".
It Is a msrvjoui portrayal of the toman
body at Its beet. One heboid in its composite
dotal! a true eymbol of strength. . It preeants
a Scare of striking appearance in lu erect car
riace, clear (kin, sparkling eyee,stronf limbs,
steady nerves and firm muscles;fairly vibrat
' ing in animation keen, alert, fresh, and
spirited; with an air of unbounded confidence
and a face radiant in coior and illuminated
with a glow of bope and cheerfulness.
Could Nature have taken yofor her modelt
Suppose you study yourself in the mirror of
the present and compareyour looks, your feel
ings and your condition with the general
characteristics of this Dictare of the human
body in pertect workins order, all parte of
which are sound, well organized andttisposed,
. performing their functions freely, naturally
If you fait in any single pSnt of resem
blance, you are not the pictifteVif health.
It'e imperative, then, that you look to a
means tsTtebuild your strength, energyhnd
viTor to bring your body up to a nermal
state of efficiency in all of its parts. :
The Great General Tonic
Hot hinff Is mere efficaeioos as a rebuild er of exhsoited nervee sod
eiyeiest forte then LYKO. the great general tonic. It tends to renew
wortt-oat tissues, replenish the blood, ereste sew rower and endor
see, and revive the apirits ot these who are weak. IreiT, languid and
over-wraight as the result of eieknees, exeessivestntn . worry or over
work. It's s reliihable appetiser, a splendid aid to digevtioo soda fine
fooetionaJ regulator of the liver, kidneys and bowels. i ,
All dnggists soB LYKO Get a bottl TO-DAY and twalf sea-'
aes to look mors like the picture of health.
LYKO MEDICINE COMPANY
. ; KANSAS CITY MD
picture a Mia.
LYKO le esM
S'i eolv. itke
For sal hj Beaton Drug Co., 15th and' Farnam Sts., and
all retail druggists.
The scientific blending of reliable vegetable remedies
of benefit to persons who suffer from'
' Depression Loss ol Appetite
Brain Fan t BlaesMve Tronbles
Slow Recovery iroin laflaenza and Kindred Ailments
Are you mn down? Are you irritable? Are you overworked? Then
try this approved remedy and satisfy yourself of its beneficial
Briaeta it told in original
' lS-oz. botll$ only. Rtfuu
BBIACEA DRUG COMPANY
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Store ' Hours i
f Economic Values Offered
Friday -xSe 1 Downstairs Store
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i Remnants I
V2 Price !
1 . In this lot are included I
all kinds of fabrics - in
, lengths of from" 1 -to 6
yarda, v -
; Children's School
, Hose, 35c
3 for $1.00
! In black and white, a good
looking stocking for boys and
girls. A .
Knitted Waists, 35c
3 for $1.00 v
, - Children's knitted waists tap
ed and buttons and with sup
porters fasteners on sides.
Ages 4 to 13.
Union Suits, 8f c
' 2 for $1.50
- Band or bodice, tops, cuff or
lace knee, an exceptional value.
Women Will Be Interested in
These Exceptional Values in
Pumps and Oxfords
Priced for Quick Clearance In Tyro,
$5.95 and $7.95
These1 come . in satin, black and
brown kid and calf, in Louis and Mili
tary heels. ' " , .
Included in this lot are. new fall
models. All sizes and all widths.
- BP' yl
Clearance Sale of Summer
Low Shoes $3.4-5 ; !
1 Women oxfords and pumps, left from a recent purchase, in black and: colors In a
variety of styles at $3,48. , ; , ,
The fact thatour recent' sale of Break
fast Sets was so thoroughly appreciated
has induced us to make every' effort to
purchase more. We have been fortunate
enough to secure them and will place
A ' v- - -
v On Sale 2,500 ( , ;
Breakfast S ets
ai C 2.00
Two-piece Suits -Skirt and Jacket
Innumerable styles, made of ' A
GINGHAMS, CHAMBRAY, PERCALES
in plaids, stripes and checks," and plain
colors, trimmed in contrasting colored,
No Phone Calls No C O. D.s No Exchanges
LIMITED NUMBER TO CUSTOMERS
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These cool evenings make one re
alize the need or warmer wraps. Se
lect yours from this great group of
Coats at $10.00
For Fridayjwe are placing in a sale a large group of
Kersey and Velour coats. Some are trimmed in a velvet
or plush, others are plain tailored with button trimming.
I Housewives, You .Will 1
, Want jSeveral Dozen of
I These t
f Bureka I
1 Fruit Jars I
I at 49c Doz. !
i , , A jar which has all modern ?
1 improvements and devices to ,
make it more dependable and
, convenient for the busy wo-
man who is trying to econo- s
I mize the .wide sides and i
large opening make it easy to
clean and fill. A
- Whife outing flannel, a splen
did quality,4 much underpriced,
25c yd.:,V ' -
. Curtain Edges and
, in different colors, 7 Vic yd.
' ' Crepe ' '
t ''-A.- 39c :i"
A splendid quality of white .
underwear crepe that retains
its crinkle effect 39c yd. 1
Bleached Bath Towels
48c each , (
A heavjr weight and large (
size. Very special, 48c. l
$1.50 each 4
. In pink or bltfe with scallop- '-
ed edge, an unusual value at
V 39c Yard
In handsome plaids 36 inches
',vide. Splendid for school dress- .
In white or ecru these come
-with colored borders and, col- ,
ored figures, unusual value for ,
. 29c "yd.? x .
Check Ginghams i '
V , v 29c Yard
Aprons che'ek ginghatfls, an
sxcellent quality for 29c yd.
Buy the Boys' School Apparel NOW!
Boys' Norfolk Suits,
$6.95 to $12.50
FOR FRIDAY IN THE
Men's wool hose, pair, 15c.
Men's khaki work pants, excellent quality,
pair, $1.49. I
r, Men's coveralls, all aizes, suit, $3.98.
Men's flannel shirts', sizes 14 M to 17, $2.98.
' , A Limited Number of
Union Suits r
$K50 $2 $2.50 -
Long and short sleeves, ecru and white.
Limit of three to each customer.
These suits 'are a correctly designed well
tailored, trimmed with good serviceable lin
ings, coat hajan all-round removable belt;
pants full lined, cut full and roomy; for boys
age 6 to 17 years old. Many of these suits
have extra pants to match. '
Boys'. Betur"2Sc to 50c
Boys Pants, $1.25 to $1.98
Boys' Shirts, $1.25
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V BoysVGolf Style Caps
. t A SizeS to7H , ' -
v . 98c EachT i
Made, of an assortment of worsted fabrics,
variety of colors, taped seams, leather sweat
bands. , A wonderf upvalue.
Age 4 to 12 '
An. exceptioVially high
quality Blouse, made of
"neat stripes, washable fab
, rics. open cuffs, cut full and
roomy. . . x j.
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