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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1922)
THE DEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. APRIL 13. 19:
Mob Siiirit Still j$20,000 UW Suit Is.
Trial in Fremont
ia iiiiiiHMiii, oina i
R, I p. . Fi'cmoiil, Nrb, April 2. (Spt
ISIini) Mill V lOr f')-Atfrca llcaumo.u ml Wil
Cilfi V ..My Traffic ml In
difference on Qurtioni of
Morality in Support of
The mob "t Htiuli w
prtiifJ on Mount Cahary in ihc
word "Crucify lliiii!" it rampant in
iht world, am) fvrn in Omaha, to
day, according to fli.hop Ernest V,
ShyW, who a-MroKd the nm
hour Holy Wrrk aervK'n yraterdajr
in Rrattdria thrairr,
'Iht voir of tin niub U mighty
in crucifying Clin.t today," aid the
buhop. "Moral rowardire in char.
arteritte of the mob. ln't it true
that God it with the minority today
lint a true nut the mob i amav
wrong. We had a mob in thi city
Cite Billboard Signi.
Drawing the mob spirit thoutiht
to concrete coiu-lmimiit, the hitmp
aliened that thia spirit is rcponible
tor glaring billboard ngnt which ap
pear in Omaha,-"aurac-ting the aim
pie and the pruricnt-mimM by ad'
vertiaing a vamp that malcr ClcO'
patra look like a baby. ,
"It wai re ligiou prejudice that
crucified Christ and rctiflioui preiu
dice la crucifying him todav, the
'It wai a disciiilr who denied
Chrit in the crucial hour. Tin dis
ciple wat-a rcprekentative of the so
called Christian people of today, who
would sell their master tor M) cents.
Ir waa the irreligious rcligioniMs
who shouted 'Crucify Hun"
Refer to Whisky Traffic.
The bishop tttatfd that this mob
spirit finds expression in a Uck of
thought for the weliare of another;
a disregard of the belief that "I am
my brother'! keeper." In that con
nection he' referred to the traffic in
whisky poison in defiance of na
tional laws and the general indiffer
ence on questions of morality.
The mob will be saved," he said
in conclusion, "by men and women
who live in 'the clear atmosphere o(
Christian devotion. We need to be
reinforced by the power and pifrpose
of the Son of Man and when Easter
comes it will mean new souls rather
than new clothes."
The bishdp said the crucifixion
meant the Salvation of the world.
George Campbell led the music.
Rev. C. E.i Cobbey presided. Dr.
Frank G. Smith will speak on Thurs
day n6on. iV
i , " '
Floor and Bridge
Select your Floor or Bridge
tamps at Bowen's. From
the larga number we are show
ing and the low prices at
which they are marked you
are sure to be satisfied.
Choice selection at
$13 50, $18.95,
ar mW 1 . Hi
Large, healthy Ferns, 07
while they last, only, C
MilaJr (red) Rose
Bashes, choice, each. . . '
It Pays to Shop at Bowen's
him llee.e, prominent Podtfe coun
ty farmers, brg.n their fight again!
OrviHe riant, wealthy former re
siding near Dodtfe, Neb, demanding
f.ll.ttiO damages for alleged libcL
lb pUmtitl charge that riant
maltcioiioly secured a search war
rant whirh charged theut with the
theit of a rhiikeus Imm In farm
I lie farms of both plaintiff were
thoroughly searched by ethciaU, but
the mining fowls were not located.
fleaumoMt and lleese now claim
that their reputations have been
greatly injured, that they have suf
fered mental pain and aniiun.li and
much humiliation as result of the
search of their property and ' the
suspicion cast in their direction
without so (heir tit grounds. IlanU
replies that be acted in good faith.
Forfeit Pretty Clothe
to Remain With Mother
Rather than desert her invalid
mother, Marion I'.. Ilolton, 14, gave
un an opportunity to wear pretty
clothes, to attend an exclusive girls'
school and to travel, Ihi was re
vealed in the testimony at s hearing
before Judge Sears yesterday when
Marion appealed for money for
clothes from her father.
The father. If. Hires Bolton, was
livorrtd from the mother in 1917.
At that time Gould Diet, who took
a fancy for Marion, offered to send
her to school if she choe to live
with her father.
"But my mother needed me. was
the explanation of the girl.
Tife of Syrup Man Granted
Alimony of $150 a Month
Mrs. Howard Farrrtl was granted
ISO a month temporary alimony
and $150 for attorney's fees by
Judge Scars in the district court
yesterday. She is suing Howard
Farrcll. head of the Farrcll Syrup
company, for divorce on the grounds
Melt in spoon; inhale Tapers;
apply freely up nostril.
Omt 17 Million Jan Ui ttevfr
CtaCQtt ' a as.wsiissiMi
MatfnM Daily 2:15 Ev.ry Nlfhl 8:15
On of tha Biffmt and Clauimt In
1 A Company at Ctnutna Artltta
Don Alfomo Zalaya
Jam Barbar and Jar a Jachaaa
JAMES C. MORTON & CO.
La Pllarica Trta
LYDELL id MACY
Topic ol th Day AM)' Fable
Matin, 15c to SOc; Hot 75c and ft
Sat. and Sua. Night. 15c to $lMt
em SI. 2 Sat. and Sun.
Next Week FOUR MAftJt BROTHERS
JUST TWO DAYS
MORE TO WAIT
ft skews ia Me.
NEW SHOW TODAY
You will onjoy eein( thi rinpiaf.
roaring;, racing comedy f 12 o'clock
doings in a o'clock town.
iD.T. Mount Dies
at Louisville. Kv.
Hotly of Former Oouueilmaii
to He Drought to Oiiidlu
15, T. Mount, former city coun
cilman and prominent Omaha biii
nesi man, died Tuesday at Louisville,
Ky, The body v. ill be brought back
for burial in )'rorrt Hill feme
tery, Friday. Mount would have
been 82 on April 22.
Hefore aerviug in the council in
I896-1906. Mount' was a liarness
uaker, was in the coat business and
operated a company (or street
sprinUius; before the city aumed
this function. He came to Nebraska
from Nashville, Tcnn.. in JtW) and
vat candidate (or the state Iei-
Uture in the early days. - lie was a
left Omaha in 1907 to do
sheep raisin In western Nebraska.
The following year his wife died and
he went to live with two dauKbtrrs,
Mrs. M. L. Llsmore and Mrs. M. II.
Collins, in Louisville. He died at the
Mount homes in Omaba were on
the site of the present Strand theater
and Thirtieth and l'arihc streets, the
present A. I. Root home
runeral services are to ne nciu
Friday at 2 30 at the IIul a"d
tcprn mortuary, Mrs, Mrtiii Dun
ham. Ill "South Tbirty-third street,
a sister-iu law, is the only rdative
living here. '. ' '
K. of t la KKiiiilify Fourth
Dfgrre in Dnialia May 30
Exemplification of the fourth de
Krcc by menibers of the local assent
blv, Knight of Columbus, vvStl be
held May ;, with a military nu(
at Holy SepuMier cemetery, at
which Judge tieorge V. Corcoran of
York, Neb., will preside as niater, it
wa decided at a meeting of the as
sembly in the grill of Hotel 1'otitf-
nrlle last night, at which J. J.
Hum-hcy, faithful navigator of the
Omaha assembly, presided. Sixty
Father Tudite announced consecra
tion of Sacred Heart church June 2J
by Archbishop (jlennon of at Louis,
Auditorium Bonds to
Be Urged In Council
tcu-r and eMrriur improvements art
ComuiiHner Zimiuan will offer
h council for consideration tenia-
ilJ. Cllatlal sT.Sat ailtillif KaMaiK ill
An uoluuiuc proioaiiig an iue of; - . fflr
i22S,(0 Auditiiriuni bunds Hill be!
kubmilled to the city council riext
lrmriit. These plans show an
cuu line of a proposed market house
Tuesday morning by City Commis- f Uimm he w
sioner If. 0. inmiaiv 1272(A feet.
Mr. iuinian stated the council a1
ready has a.'reed the Auditorium
should be completed. Varioua in-
t am not advocating using the
basement of the Auditorium (or s
market place," said Mr. Zimman,
A REAL LUNCH BY A
THE COST BUT 38c
Daily at tk
HOTEL CASTIC CAFE AND
ALFRED JONKH, Prop, and Chef.
STRATFORD COMEDV FOUR
THE STRATFORD COMEDY FOUR
Vaudavil at li0, 4, Si30, SiOO
at 3:30, 7:30, 9:30
and Her Dixie Syncopators
in the "Infidel"
0 Grave! Where Is Thy Vic-to-ree?
death! where is thv stiucr?
Folks thought these birds had
But you can't kill them, by jing!
And; when they breeze back
home and find
?!!?0 boy! Let's go!
With Anna Q. Nilsson and Norman Kerry
WARNING This is no picture for folks with
a sense of humor and a cracked lip!
See it : .
Today, Tomorrow and Saturday .
Starts Easter Sunday!!
chuckles! Laughs!! Roars!!!
Chaplin'H on the Job
again, paying out up
roar at overtime rates.
On Same Program
Will Rogers and Lila Lee
Ever imagine how you'd feel
after laughing two solid hours?
Don't Miss This Double Proflram Starting
Last Times Friday
A Story ol tba Weal
CHAS. RAY in "The Barnstormer"
rouhd 3 "The Leather Pushers"
"tiiii I will put the mattfr up to the
city round! (or ddilmation."
Pre Want AJs Traduce Rrsulls.
Old Felt and Panama Hats
Pyr, flMawt, Hallar
At. SMS MIV rnai StrMt
"The High Sign"
" THEODORA "
History's Greatest Vamp
last Timet Tomorrow
'Two Kinds of
MAX WARDALL at SaallU.
Nltanal Laclurar Thaaphlcal Saciaty,
WIU Ci Thra Publtc Ucliira la
ftO SOUTH laTH STREET
Friday Evnlf. April 14,
"Wrtstlinf With Fata'
Saturday, P. M.,
"HiK Prcnta Ptjrcnolofy"
Sunday, 81 tS P. M.,
"Pa'rsonal Ascendency and
tk Subconscious Mind"
Th Laclura Ar Fra and th
Public I Invited.
for Easter to
New Things to Wear That You
Have Not Seen Before!
Recent Express Shipments Enable Our Apparel Depart"
ment to Off er Only the Newest of the New) for Easter
200 dresses in Taf
feta, Canton Crepe,
Chenille Crepe, Ro
shanara and fig
ured Cantons. AH
sizes and all shades,
real dresses that we
have not seen dup
licated, before this
115 new high class
navy blue and better
grade tweed, suits,
mostly one of a kind
made up as the sea
son's smartest styles.
Materials, Twill Cord,
Tricotine and Novelty
tweeds. Styles for
misses, ladies and
stouts in this group.
Made to sell at a
great deal more. A for
tunate cash purchase
enables us to offer
Hosiery for Easter Wear
Women's Pure Thread- Silk Hose Lace and'
embroidered clox. Black, white and. cordo
van, special $3.15. .
Women's Pull Fashioned Silk Lisle Hosiery
"Regular and extra" sizes, black, white cordo-'
van ana gray $i.uu.
b 1 a c k,
Silk Underwear Specials
Jersey Silk Vests and Bloomers Jersey silk
vests, ! embroidered, front, ribbon shoulder
straps; Jersey silk bloomers, reinforced; on
sale at, special $1.98. .. .
Main Floor '
Crepe de Chine and Radium Teddies Tailored or Trim
med with lace op Georgette
Crepe; ribbon shoulder
strap; pink, blue, maize or
.. -n. Ba?a'
Easter Shirts, Ties,
and Other Necessities
Easter Shirt Special, $4.95
Scores of beautiful silk shirts for Easter wear.
Every conceivable kind of weave and coloring is
represented. Make him a gift of an Easter shirt.
Easter Tie Special. 85c
Men's new four-in-hand ties; moires, twills, pop
lins, polka dots, grenadines and silk knits every
new shade and shape.
We've Prepared Z Boys
As Well as Their Dads
Easter Suits for Boys
HART SCHAFFNER A MARX
AND., OTHER GOOD MAKES
$6.95, $10, $12 up to $20
Including blue serges and fancy wool mixtures, in
all the newest models. One and two-pant suits.
Ages 3 to 18 years.
Boy' Shirts and Blouses Kaynee make ; all new
patterns, at $1, $1.50, $2, $3.
BOYS GET A BALL MASK FREE!
We have purchased over 300 baseball masks for boys
every one heavily padded and strongly reinforced. Get
one FREE with, every suit purchase of $6.95 and up.
Pictor at 12, 2:30, 5:00,
Howard St., bet. 15th ead 16th
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