Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 08, 1921, Page 4, Image 4

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Grain of O'Neill
Enters Race for
UJS. Marshalsliip
Peport of Deadlock in Nebras
ka Delegation Over Dalil
man Successor News
To Solons.
VVMhlntton Corropondrnt Omaha n.
Washington, June 7. (Special
Telegram.) In addition to "Pel"
Barrows, Dennis II. Cronin of
O'Neill, a member of the present
state senate, has entered the race
for the United States marshalship.
Barrows, according to newspaper
reports, stands committed to forego
his influence in the race for United
States senator in order to break the
deadlock now existing over the mar
So far as the Nebraska delegation
is concerned, it is news to the mem
bers to know that a deadlock tx
iit over the Dahlman succession
The members have not met because
of several of the delegation being
absent from the city. Congressman
Reavis is expected in Washington on
Thursday next, but while the First
district renresentative is again on
deck, Judge Evans is in Nebraska
and does not expect to return until
next week. Until the entire dele
gation from the Prairie state is in
Washington Senator Norris will not
call a meeting. ' ;
Formation of National
Guard Troop Begun Here
Formation of the headquarters
company ' of the reorganized Ne
braska National Guard was begun at
the regimental armory Monday night
under the direction ot capt. i. u
Thornton and Col. Amos Thomas
Mnw than half the company is
signed up.
Si members of the police depart
ment have joined with the sanction
of Mayor JJahiman ana commission
er Dunn. There will be a first ser
geant, regimental sergeant major,
Childhood Sweethearts
Meet to Wed After 40 Years
eight sergeants, eight corporals, a
mechanic sergeant and 37 privates
of all classes. A medical company
will be formed soon under Mai. Al-
lyn Moser.
J. E. Foster Is Elected Most
Loyal Gander of Blue Goose
Whats sauce tor tne goose is
. sauce for the gander, so James E.
Foster, secretary-treasurer of the
National American Fire Insurance
company, was elected most loyal
, gander at the annual meeting of the
Nebraska pond of the Ancient and
Honorable Order of the Blue Goose,
an organization of state representa
tives of Nebraska fire insurance
companies, in the Omaha Chamber
of Commerce yesterday.-
Wilson G. Myers, Hanover Fire
Insurance company, was named su
pcrvisor of the flock; J. Burr Taylor,
Norwich Union Fire Insurance com
pany, custodian of the goslings; H.
B. Willeford, Great American Insur
ance company, guardian of the nest;
C. R. McCotter, Grain Dealers' In
surance company, keeper of the
golden goose egg, and J. R. Mc
Laughlin, Commonwealth Insurance
company, wielder of goose quill.
, Superintendents of Saline
County Form Association
Wilbur, Neb., June 7. (Special.)
Superintendents of city schools in
Saline county met in Wilbur to or
( ganize the Saline County Superin-
tendents' association. E. G. Hop
kins of Wilbur was elected president;
County Superintendent .L. J. Bouchal,
secretary, and C. H. Velte of Crete,
physical director.
Tht association votoed to hold- a
city institute in connection with the
county , institute and a county field
meet in the spring. A county spell
ing contest also was planned.
A lyceum program in which each
school will visit every other high
school in the county and give an en
tertainment during convocation
periods will be tried out in the com
ing year. -
Baptists Would Interest
Youth in Work of Church
Scottsbluff, Neb., June 7. (Spe
cial. Telegram.) Nebraska ' Baptist
churches will pay more attention to
the task of interesting young people
in church work if resolutions adopted
by the Northwestern Baptists' con
vention here are carried -out. The
resolutions ask the churches to spend
more time with young people's and
children's church organizations.
The Baptists elected Rev. B.' J.
Minott of Alliance moderator and
:; Mrs. A. W. Meens of Scottsbluff vice
moderator. They decided to meet
, at Chadron a year from.this week.
Dates Set for Annual Beet
Festival of Scottshluff
Scottsbluff, Neb., June 7. (Special
Telegram.) Dates for the second
annual Beet Festival of Scottsbluff
v have heen fixed at September 1 to
3 by the Festival association headed
by Harry Fliesbach. Exhibition on
a large scale of the products of the
whole North Platte valley is being
planned. Thousands of people from
western Nebraska, eastern Colorado
and Wyoming are expected and the
affair will be made a permanent fea-
, ture of agricultural. and industrial life
of the northwest.
Veteran Freemasons Hold
Annual Summer Banquet
' Members of the Nebraska . Vet
eran Freemasons held their annual
summer banquet at the Masonic
temple yesterday noon. Other
Masons attending the grand lodge
' communication were guests.
Membership to the Veterans re
quires that pne must have been a
Mason for 21 years or more. The
organization numbers more than
. 200, and was organized in 1888. An
drew B. Somers, Omaha, is president
of the Veterans this year.
Military Funeral Held for
Lyons Boy Killed in France
Lyons, Neb., June 7. (Special)
Military funeral services for Edwin
Sundquist, member of the 349th in
fantry, who was killed in France,
were held here at the Methodist
church, Rev. Neat Johnson officiat
ing. Burial was in the Lyons ceme
tery, the services at the grave being
in charge of the American Legion.
Sundquist, who was 25 years old,
died October 8, 1918. He was the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sundquist
v of Lyons,
Cupid twanged his bow and this pair, Eli Harvey, noted New York
sculptor, and Miss Grace G. Harvey of Oakland, CaL. came from the ex
treme limits of the United States to the heart of the golden west, Omaha,
to renew their romance begun in childhood days back in Cincinnati. This
picture was snapped in Omaha yesterday just before they causrht an
early train for Windom, Minn., where magic words from the lips of Miss
Harvey s brother, Kev. Frederick Harvey, will seal their romance of more
than 40 years with the wedding ring.
Forty years ago, Eli Harvey and
Grace G. Harvey played together as
kids back in Cincinnati. . '
Just' before Grace was 12 years
old, she went to live with her aunt
in California. '
. Eli went on through school, suc
cumbed to the artistic temperament,
went to the Academy of Fine Arts
in Cincinnati, and proceeded to
make himself famous as a sculptor.,
Talk of Old Days. t
But Cupid had nicked the two lit
tle hearts in the breasts of the Har
vey children, whose names were the
same but who were not ever, distant
'relatives, and yesterday
I hey sat back comfortably in their
seats in a thoroughly modern pas
senger train arid talked of the old
days, as the throbbing locomotive
raced with them from Omaha to
Windom, Minn., where maric words
of Grace's brother, the Rev. Fred
erick Harvey, will make them man
and wife today and crystalize
their dream of childhood days back
there in Cincinnati.
They met for the first time in
more than 41) years !at the Union
station in Omaha, Monday night,
when Miss Harvey, now little more
than 50, alighted from the Overland
Limited from the golden west. .
They embraced in the waiting
room at the station, and fled to the
parlor of the Hotel Conant, there
to begin the reminiscence of child
hood days which was continued on
the train this-morning.
'Who's Who,' 'cites Mr. Harvey
as one of the most noted of modern
sculptors. . 1
He , was abroad 12 years and
studied under Lefevre, Constant,
Doucet, Delance and Callat, the lat
ter two at the Academie Delecluse
in Paris.
He holds many medals for prize
sculpture exhibited at various exhi
His romance with Miss Harvey
is singular. .
When the little girl removed to
California, the young pair became
estranged, although Mr. Harvey
kept up a correspondence with the
aunt of his boyhood sweetheart. ,
Sun Miss Harvey. -He
married in 1893. His wife
died two years ago.
With , the approach of age, . his
mind turned to the contentment of
home and reveries of his childhood.
He learned his boyhood sweet
heart was doing special portrait and
Three Lodges at Tecumseh
Hold Memorial Services
Tecumseh, Neb., June 7. (Spe
cial.) The Tecumseh lodges of Odd
Fellows, Rebekahs and Modern
Woodmen observed Memorial day.
All three held services, Rev. Willard,
McCarthy speaking to the Odd Fel
Jows and Rebekahs. The graves of
members in the Tecumseh cemetery
were, decorated.
home photography work among the
social set ot Oakland.
And he learned she was still Miss
Harney, ; ,
From there Cupid worked fast.
The wedding day and place was, and to safeguard against failure
ot recognition in Omaha, Mr. Har
vev was to wear a dark brown suit.
a straw telescope hat and glasses,
and Miss Harvey a long brown coat,
hat of flowery trimmings and glasses
Mr. Harvey arrived in Omaha
Monday, jealous of his secret.
The meeting was effected without
mishap but the secret leaked out.
Having designed the famous Elk
statue that adorns various B. P. O.
E. plots in cemeteries, Mr.. Harvey
conferred, while in the city, with
executives of the Omaha lodge with
a view to placing a piece of his work
at the Elks' rest in Forest Lawn
A Victrola
For Every Purse
We have all styles and
all finishes in readi
ness for delivery. . I;
$25 to $480
Come in and see our
stock it's a pleasure
to show you. - r
15th and Harney
Don't Miss It
The used car sale at
Hansen's is the talk
of the town.
Quality Low Prices
Every . one of these cars is
worth much more than we are
asking for them. They are
priced to sell, regardless of
. profit. ' : ""vJ- , , .
"A Safe Place to Buy"
J. H. Hansen Cadillac Co.
Farnam St. at 26th
j Tecumseh Undergoing
City Water Shortage
Tecumseh, Neb., June 7. (Spe
cial.) lecumseh is experiencing
water shortage, but there will be re
lief within the next 10 days. The
city operates the water plant and the
several wells furnishing the supply
is running low. There is hardly any
water in the reserve reservoirs or
standpipe. To safeguard against a
serious fire, arrangements have been
made to pump into the mains direct
from the Nemaha river drainage
The contractors at work on the
filtering plant, which is. to furnish
treated water from the channel, ex
pect to have the new plant ready to
turn over to the. city in about 10
days. This plan will supply an
abundance of water, it is thought, it
being possible to pump 400 gallons
a minute from the channel.
Land Grant Asked
Scottsbluff. Neb.. Tune 7. (Special
Telegram.) Scottsbluff has asked
the government for a grant of land
on the shores of Lake Minatare to
make a permanent camoinK ground
and picnic place, and perhaps a per
manent summer colony for the boy
scouts of the county.
Burglar's Tip Is
Clue to Holdups
Who Slew Woman
Confessed Robber Tells Police
He Sold Two Revolvers to
Three Men Near Riverview
men who bought the revolvers from
Denny. These, they believe, are the
guilty men.
Two suspects were arrested by
Detectives A. C. Anderson, Bolar,
Trapp and Munch, but were released
after their movements at the hour of
the shooting had been checked up.
"I think we will have the holdup
men in jail within a few days," said
Joe Denny, confessed burglar,
whose parole was revoked last week,
told police yesterday that he sold
two' rCvo!vrs to three men near Riv- i
erview park sjiortly before he was
arrested, ponce say. they believe
these are the three men who held up
Mr. and Mrs. James Kane and Mrs.
C. M. Hyland at Tenth and Castelar
streets Saturday night, and fired a
shot which killed Mrs. Hyland.
"They told me they intended to
do some stickup work," Denny
stated to the police.
Dozen Tips Hun Down.
A .dozen tips were run down by
detectives working on the case. They
are now working to find the three
Dad says I'm a
great detective
when Im on the
trail of
the superior corn flakes
I never let em get
Chief of Detectives Van Deusen.
''With six men working on the case
and working hard, I think we are
going to land them."
Inquest into the death of Mrs. Hy
land was started yesterday after
noon at Heafy's mortuary, but was
continued until a later date when
police expect to have more informa
tion. L
The modern nail industry owes its
origin to the cut-nail machine, in
vented in 1795, which made 200,000
nails in a day.
Bargains of all kinds in Bee
Want Ads.
Originated by
The Old Reliable
Round Package
Malted Milk
Used successfully for over 13 century.
Made under sanitary conditions from clean, rich
milk, with extract of our specially malted grain.
Th Food-Drink it prepared by lUrriug the powder In water.
Infanta and Children thrioa on it. Agree with
the weakeit etomaeh ot tha Invalid and Aged.
Invigorating as a Quick Lunch at home or office.
Ask For and Get Horlfclt's
thus Avoiding Imitations
Sale of Regular $15 to $25
Cotton Dresses
Organdy Voile Tissue Ginghams
Voile and Organdy Combinations
That this most unusual announcement will tViP
tmty is a foregone, conclusion. At the very time you are in immediate need of cool,
light dresses, this store dares to do the unusual by offering new dresses at clearance
prices. ; ,
Dresses that haven't been in the store more than a day or two fresh from the New York designers
already carefully pressed and plaed on racks so that there will be no delay Wednesday morning.
Their refinement and smartness are decidedly out of the ordinary.
Color range Lavender and whiteblack and white, blue and whiteall Copenhagen, all rose, aU white, all
green, all navy and all brown; in fact every desirable color is featured in this collection.
Sizes 16 to 44. Fluffy ruffles, lacey laces and contrasting pipings are just a few of the trimming ideas,
theirhjptag bole?6111 W?dnesday you wiU b0 M ia"Mc as our saleswomen were when the dresses were lifted from
More "Morning-Glory" Frocks
at $6.00
, Another shipment just received of these clever easy-to-slip-into frocks Variety of color
combinations to choose from. Sizes to 40. We have also augmented our. $6.00 group with a
splendid assortment of figured voiles. Sizes 16 to 48. , ' .
! Third Floor.
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m jiiffruifirflfir iiiiim in iinu in i ni hi hii" hi 11 it
"Jtf aw jHI liff jP UHUmUInVX 4'
at $3.25
buy and buy liberally of these petticoats is to practice true economy.
Styled and proportioned correctly for the prevailing outerwear garments. These
petticoats come in a bewildering variety of colors, color combinations and
flounces. Plaited, pointed, tucked and plain effects. Values that will be hard to
- , duplicate. .
White Silk "Shadow-Proof" Petticoats
in Outsizes
Special at $3.95
Second Floor
Women's $1.50
Silk Hose
at $1.00
Briefly Told- They Are
Pure silk to the knee
Seamed back and seamless foot
Fashioned to fit
Black, white, brown, navy.
All bIzqs.
Unusual values for one day.
Afarn Floor
Sale of Men's Shirts
at $1.50
Previously Priced to $4.00
Women! Buy your "menfolks"' season's
shirt needs Wednesday.
Full dress Tuxedos.
Neckband starched cuffs.
In white only.
Colored striped silk fronts and cuffs.
'Neckband style soft cuffs.
:'' . v Main Floor
U V vVU rJ till IH LAI I
Phoenix Hosiery
for Men and.
The Store of Specialty Shops.
Gotham Gold
Stripe Hose Here