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fHC BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. 'APRIL 20. 1922
Janitor Is Held
Lincoln Woman I'lrada Guilty
l Naming Parly Willi
Coiitrahjinl Iloozc -"
Hjrn Mir Trip.
Lincoln. Neb., April I1). (Special
'Irlrgram ,-Hate Mtrriff Cm Myers
i. going to vt.it Omaha il Omaha
IjVW violator Cr IHCU)M1
hi. lime in LJm'olii.
(ius ha ju.t tdl(il tlif gatolirie
I ink of lilt auto rrrpiraiory to dnv
ii 8 lo Onulia in fomjattv iilt
l)rnitjr I'mtrd Sutr Mrlial
'I homa Carroll onJ l-lrral I'rohi-I-iion
Knlorcenifiit Officer RoUrrt
Amlerton. Ibty rre Imurrly
diivmir down a principal street hrre
when Amlci or ratually remarked:
"Thrrc'i o Oiiuli bnoilrggrr."
Ihrre wa a murc k of brakes ami
the three officer surrounded the
car and rmrrgrd triumphant with IS
marts of wlu.ky and to prisoner.
'I hry gave thnr name a Aarou
Marli, JVI7 North Twenty-fir!
ktrrrt, and Howard Mallhy, janitor
of the Wfttmiii.icr l're.byteriau
lici.ie tiraham, 10.55 J aired, Lin
coin, who wa arretted later,
pleaded guilty la ht.miitg a parly
with the lo men and drinking (
their Mure and paid a (me of f0.
According to Mirriff llyrrs. the
two men cunfo-ed hauling lujuor to
Judgment- Agaiuot Omaha
DiMiiifocd ly Hih Court
Lincoln. April 19. (.special.)
The .Nebraska supreme court over
turned today a joint judgment run
ning against the city of Umaha and
Ernest Mochel for fti.RUO, obtained
hy Sarah Johnson, widow of Mor
The high court dismissed the rase
a to the citv on the municipality's
appeal from l)ouxla county.
Johnson wa killed when hi auto
mobile was humped by Moschel's
car and thrown into the path of an
oncoming fire truck, the accident
occuriug at Eighteenth and Cajj
The high court, in dismissing the
uit against the city, aid that the
driver of the fire truck was using
reasonable precaution in driving.
Prince Hirohito Sees
First Show in Tokio
Tokio, April I'i, The prince of
Wales, a.riMiipjnifJ by J'lhue
Krgent llirohitu anil Wfl other
in prrul ri(ittt and rintfe, at
tended a lecepikm at the Imperial
ihratrr here Monday night, thu
lirtpmg to break do n one more age
old barrier between the intfcrial
home and the people. J be regent
never before attended a tbeairual
prrlofiuanre in Tokio, and Monday
mght In eat wa not barred off
from the rrt of the audience, while
the prince and prince.se bloexl
mined wiih the renrral audience, all
uupmedutrd. 1 he prime of Wale'
vi.it it certain to .leave the irtirwriaf
Japanese court hie hastening to dent
otratuation. Tha prince leave tomorrow, lU
trip including placet off the tourist
fur Congrm ia Fifth
flroken How, Neb.. April 19.
(Special Telegram.) Representative
Fred Ifoffmrister of Imperial, a
member Of the stale road Investiga
tion committee, may be candidate
for congres in the Filth district
When the rommmittce traveled
through that district Tuesday there
was much talk of HotTnieister for
congress, and lie admitted, he was
giving the proposition consideration.
Ilolfmei.ter has been a member of
the legislature fr 10 year and lia
lived in the imperial valley for
.V) year. He practiced medicine
there until a few year ago, when lit
bought a ranch and began raisins
hogs and cattle. '
1 1 olTmfistcr is a democrat.
Where, oh where. ! there o!aee
for a broken heart? If you know,
w ire Uncle Him Gump, I. D. Q. collect.
Rat Major Will Burw-Css-C
la? lb lawlrnw Intradrr
BurnUmUp Will Do It
OH SALE AT ALL
Firtt-Clasa Drug Stores
Council Bluffs Remedy Co.
taaatil Blarfa, ton.
Restaurant Man Shot
in Row With Employe
Grand J.Uud. N'r. April 19
(Special Trl'ium K. V. Kellog.
in charge M the I'nwn I'acine yaid
re.uursMt, wai shot in the right
Hugh when an altercation arose be
tween him and a recently hired
night employe. The argument is
said to have started over teport that
eu.tomert had bn given meals free
while the new attendant was on duty,
The men, accodins to report, en
gaged in kmfe duel, while Mrs.
Kellogg is said to have obtained a
revolver front their boarding car. In
the tussle that ensued, il i Hated
i he gun, while still in the hands oi
the woman, was di.cluiged.
Kellogg it in th Im.pital, Ths
other man ia said to hae left for
Umaha shortly after the shooting.
Complete Hotel Leie.
Pcatrice, Neb, April 19. (Spe
cial Telegram.) At a conference of
the director ( the Beatrice Hotel
company and E. L. May of the May
Hotel company all arrangement for
the lease oi the new $JOU,000 hotel
by the May company a operators
were made. Actual work en Ihe
structure Vill begin in about 60
It b coft as A
- We Want to Talk to
who are so situated that they can get their milk to Omaha In
first-clasa condition. Our purchasing agent wishes to call on you
at-your farm to talk over the details of our requirements. Call
Roberts Sanitary Dairy
2901 Cuming Street
1 1,000 Arro Jnterel in
A Ilia me Hamli Sold
Alliance, Neb., April 19. (Spe
cial) Cue of the latge.t real estate
exchange of the year here wa re
corded when Herman J. K'taii.e pur.
chased the remaining one-halt inter
est of the estate of himself and hi
at public sale. The Kiause ranch. i
which Herman J, Krause is now l
c-wner, consuls of appios.imatrly
.'8,isjo acres, located M unlet nrth
ra.l of Alluuce, I he prue paid Mr
the H.Oiaj acres belonging to the
interest of John It. Krau.e was $t
an acre. The Krause ranch is one
of the largest in western Nebraska.
BROWNING, KING & CO.-
The (tare af la Taw a"
"Coat and Trousers"
Everybody wants "good looking." "perfect fitting" "Evening
Clothes." A fine appearauce la tbe "whole thing.' We offer
you "Dress Clothes" that are perfect Designed and carefully
tailored In our own factory. Beautiful worsteds, full silk or
satin lined. Made for "good lookaHaa long as you wear them.
Full Dress Suits
Coat and Trousers. .
Coats and Trousers.
A size for any figure, 33 to 46.
Long,' short, stout, medium and in-between.
Combination Suit and Coats with
one pair of trousers
"Frock Suits For Afternoon Wear"
Full Dress and Tuxedo Waistcoats; Full Dress and Tuxedo
Shirts. Neckwear, Hosiery, Jewelry, Hats and Gloves.
'-BROWNINGKING $ CO.-
15th and Douglas Sts.
Harry H. Abbott, Mgr.
For the Wife
Don't deprive them
any longer of the
joys, 'comforts and
conveniences of a car.
It means MORE
TER HEALTH for
them and wonderful
times you'll have
driving out' in the
country, going on
trips and picnics
and then' think, too,
of the BIG HELP
a car will be to your
and many other
All ready to drive
THREE DAYS ONLY
iksday, Friday, Satairiay
o a sUjVaisUi nil cj cau r-ir-1
... .' . ' .
PAY AS YOU RIDE
35: RENEWED CARS
, f' -
To Be Sold In Three Days
A Safe Place To Buy"
NO SUCH SWEEPING
EVER KNOWN IN
Drive the car you select five
days. If at the end of that
time-you are not entirely satis
fied with it, bring the car
back and we will gladly allow,
you every dollar you have
paid on it to apply on the pur
chase of any renewed car in
Free Driving Lessons
It will not take you long to
learn our competent instruc
tor will teach you, and teach
your wife, all about running
and handling the car.
The Time The Place Th6 Reason
Thursday rnorning at the stroke of 8 o'clock we will launch the greatest
and most sensational automobile value-giving sale ever attempted with
in the confines of this state. Automobiles that are accorded the highest
places in public esteem will 'be sold here at prices and terms un
paralleled in automobile history up to this time.
REMEMBER THE PLACE FARNAM AT.26TH STREET
And bear in mind that the sale starts at 8 o'clock in the morning nothing reserved no
favorites all will be treated exactly alike "
The, reason for this sale, its object and purpose is to convert into cash or good contracts
this wonderful stock of reconditioned cars there is a car here for every purpose.
BUY A CAR BUY IT NOW BUY IT HERE ,
No matter what terms you want to pay or how you want to pay them no matter where .
you live or what your station in life may be there is a ear here at a pricjs that will be with
in your means, and the terms will be arranged to suit your pleasure. This sale will live for
years as the high-water mark of sales liberality.
THREE DAYS ONLY THURSDAY, FRIDAY mi SATURDAY
YOU KNOW US!
We don't have to be intro
duced. Our . reputation as
sures you satisfaction. We've
spent months preparing for
this three-day sale putting,
the cars in good running order
rebuilding and renewing
them. As distributors for
Cadillac Motor Cars we have
many used cars taken in trade
cars that have accumulated
and must be disposed of! So
out this overflow stock goes
at prices lower than ever of
fered in Omaha.
H. HANSEN CADILLAC CO.
Farnam at 26th Street
ITO NEED TO BUY
AM worthless cheap
Tires when you can buy
Spr ague High Grade
Tires at low prices
-Yhone us before you buy
"Quality Inside and Out
I Ms fttviy Duty
S Sprague Fabric Tirei B
I lis trt' CmPre Rj I
I : w with one below. Count - l$ I
I Hi ne P''. A glance fx& I
will convince you it ffig
lPi will deliver' twice the Sw
A Car Owner
No More Out of
A Tire Than
I M "A Tire of
m ' S11 'tfi
SB cross section of a s 1
I standard 3i-in. fabric ffi I
I tire. Notice that it con- t I
I tains only FOUR plies. j I
1S It is used only for com Iff f
I parison and emphasizes , fix I
the size, strength and fitp I
' wearing oualities of the- Jj$t J
There?s a Sprague Service Station
In Your Neighborhood
RETAIL SERVICE DEPaRTMENT
' at the Mill, 18th and Cuming
For Free Road Service call AT lantic 3032
NOVELTY REPAIR CO.-4809 So. 24th, South Side;
WEST LAWN GARAGE 5816 Center St.; WA 2187
AUTO INN GARAGE 2816 Leavenworth St; HA 4452
WEST FARNAM GARAGE 3527 Farnam; HA 4150
UNDERWOOD GARAGE 51st and Underwood;
P. A. CLARK MOTOR CO. 6116 Military Ave.,
Benson; WA 4253
JOHN LARSON 4515 No. 30th St.
MINNE LUSA GARAGE 6610 No. 30th St; KE 0409
WM. PEPERKORN GARAGE Florence; KE 0112
KING HARDWARE CO. 2109 Cuming St; JA 0840
n Swallow slowly amall piece
I I rob well over the throat.
On. of our funmu an wnlwtck m9
Four cbik of cud of ooffa. or a bvt
ll of Al.mlto tlilk.
OHw Hr Wm 1 APRIL 17 la a
Otmll Millimjon CWFa5
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