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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1922)
THE JiKE: OMAHA. SUNDAY. AVMh 23. 1922.
j Love-Mad Butler
Upheld at Capital
.iUnt SmrUry of Labor,
1 (owner. Hold Up Ac
lion to Allow Content
Vhinton, April 21 The reeord
rf ait immigration examining board
at i:iti inland, which ordered Au
ItuM I'rohit, a Swii waiter, deport-
r. from the United Stale a an alien
wlm bad Hirrrptitioiuly entered the
I niiril Mdtet, approved today
lv Ait.mt Secretary of Labor
UrHumx. Imt the rdtr lor lti re
moval trum the l 'inteu Mate kit
iiiuniiud. to allow I'rttbkt'a attorney
(ut liter tune to prrcnt ttigumfiit fur
delay in the attton.
Although the record cf the de
jm intent were olely concerned with
the legality of the man' entrance
into the United Nate, the cae ac
cured much proininenre when I'robit
look the matter to the federal court
by liabeat corpu proceeding and
reconnted befoie Justice Knox at
New York hia atory of conspiracy
to bar lii its from the t'niied' States
herause a number of I'ittsburgh
hrireMea fell in love with him last
full while lie worked ai waiter in
country club. The court ordered
him tiniicd over ! the immigration
ocrviie lor examination and the nied
mm' experts' at llli Uland reported
that he wa mentally unound, but
tin' wa not certified to in the record
approved today. t
In view of an invctigatioit by
the Swiss legation the cac was Riv
en upeiial consideration by the La
in Park to Be Discussed
City Commissioner J. B. Hummel
iull be at the llanscom park green
house Sunday morning at 11 to meet
residents of that community with
reference to proposed improvements
in this park.
Thomas Lynch of the llanscom
p. nk district addressed invitations
"J. 15. Hummel, city commihsioiicr
i of parks, will be at the greenhouse,
llanscom park, Sunday morning at
II. If you are interested in llans
com park and want to see it im
proved, please be on hand to give
Mr. Hummel your ideas. He wants
jo meet the peoblc who use the park
and, at my suggestion, has agreed to
be present at the time and place
i One of the proposed Improvements
for Hanscoin park is permanent side
walks. 4 .
Youth Confesses Staging
i Holdup of Himself for $35
I Louis McMollcn, 18, 1239 South
fifteenth street, confessed to De
tective Aughe, Franks and Gurnett
yesterday that he held himself up
J Short in funds he had collected
for the Fruit Center, 1611 Leaven
worth street, McMullen robbed him
jelf of $35 at Twenty-fifth and
l'opplctoii streets, then told the po
lice three bandits surprised him at
fhe point of a gun while he was re
pairing a motor car tire.
. The confession was made after the
detectives dragged him out of a
clothes closet in his home this
Prisoner Asks if He Can
.1 Have Otto Cole for Lawyer
5 Sheriff Mike Clark was sauntering
about the court house yesterday
when he was confronted by two
men awaiting trial in federal court.
;'"Mr. Sheriff," said one of the pris
oners, "I have no money for a law
yer. Is there a chance to get Otto
Cole to defend me. Cole beat the
death chair and he ought to make
it easier for me." -
"You will have to have your case
continued indefinitely," replied
Clark, "Cole is so busy that he will
riot be able to defend anyone for a
long, long time." ".
Frank McGinty Sued for
$8,000 Due on Mortgage
; Frank McGinty, wealthy , real
estate man, involved in domestic
troubles, was made defendant in a
suit filed in district court by Robert
L. Robinson who seeks to recover
$8,000 due on a mortgage.
! McGinty some time ago was
lodged in jail for 10 days for con
tempt of court. . According to At
torney Max Fronikin, counsel ' for
Mrs. McGinty, action to garnishee
other properties of the real estate
'man will be taken unless McGinty
pays $40Q to bis wife as part ali
mony. Lincoln Firm Gets Contract
for Paving at Deshler
Deshler, Neb., April 22. (Special
Telegram.) Roberts Construction
Conioanv of Lincoln cot the contract
for 16,650 yards of brick paving at
$3.19 a yard and 4,300 yards of rein
forced concrete pavirtg at $2.10 a
yard. Paving distiitt No. 1 outfit
jjvill be shipped, from' Lexington.
Yfcrk will be started next week and
c,onfp"teted by August 1. Deshler
will sell the contractor sand and
gravel from its own beds.
Loses Fight Again?t
j Immigration Ban
Latttt tmnrnwa S.tid Copt..' Hlah Preuura
Staaai Coofeer Cnmnlata Knd Perfect In every
trtail Cannot explode. Aktoliittly itain tight.
Note tlM aafety future, eteam gauge, eatery
valve and caeclal 12 Inch eteam nutlet valve,
etude of absolutely onreat Heavy eopnar through
our. N solder Inside. Can screw Is laroo
enough for hand easily cleaned. Ha n thou
sand uses. Yea pay no more for this heavy
solid oonnor pressure boiler than for those esado
of cheap metals. '
WORLD'S LOWEST PRICES
3 gal. 7.50 4 gal. $10.00 S gal. $12.5
gal. 15.00 10 gal. 17 50
e.il. 23.0. 30 tl M OO
SEND ONLY , TOW MO
$1.00 - SaitTY WUK
Order any sin sjoii.
or at the price shown SfiattTHHT-
lust toll us the sire
yen want, enclose
tl. The) 8oller will
hipped at once
without red tape
delay. Pay the bal
ance when Bailer la
delivered. Also mado
la wash-holler shapes
12. IS. 20. 25.
35 uafte alzos. Price
fl per gallon.
Dept. SI 12
IK7 W. lake St..
V M ,-J..
Holdup Boast of
Pair Lands Them
and Girl in Jail
Alleged to Have ToW Friend
"We Held Up Pawn.
phop'-Held for In
veotigation. 7 he itleged boat of two men
that "we held up pawnihop" sent
them and a woman friend to jail Fri
day n it lit for iuvestisation.
The men are Harlan Hay. 2413
Capitol avenue, a railroad brakeman,
and John J. Murphy, laborer, 1915
Webhter itreet, and the woman t
Hael Thomas, domestic, 20IJ Har
ney ptrcrt. where the arret were
made by Detective! Me and Dona
hue and I'atrolman Davis.
Detectives arc trying to connect
them vith the holdup of M. Gitlin
in hia pawnshop at 1121 Douglas
street or with the holdup of William
Hrookstein in a pawns-hop at 418
North Sixteenth atrcct.
Carl Chapman, 1915 Webster
utreci. truck drher, Murphy'i
friend, wa arretted Ut mulil by
I'dtrolineii Cbarl" ryneitd Ivwing
and inveat;:i!tora are trjiug in con.
nect him with a aerie of drug
The aliened boat ( Ray and
Murphy that "we held up a pawr
hhop" was nude to a girl friend aud
told by her to another friend, ac
cording to the police.
Boy Scout Plant Tree, at
Camp Gifford on Arlor Day
Boy Seoul observed the St'th an
niverary of Arbor day eterday aft
ernoon at Camp Gilford by planting
100 elm, ycamore, weeping willow
and ehcrry tree.
Gilbert II. Gendall, local conunii
aioner of the organization, accom
panied the boy. Governor McKel
vie wa invited to attend, but be re
plied that he would end rrprecn-,
U. S. Tood Produt U llankrtipt
New York, April 22 A pet it inn in
bankruptcy auaiimt the United State
Food I'rtxluct corporatimf wa bled
in federal court today, l.iabilitici ol
$J6,w..8.J0, including the liabilitiri of
uhidiary companiei, and acts of
$57.8-12.896 were listed.
Diver Wins Fight
With Devil Fish
PiercM Montrr Hdy Willi
Har, Forting HtJfae uf
Ousting Dinlirace ot
Tacoma. Vah., April 2.'. Bat
tling for Ma life, 50 feet beneath the
tiirface of Fusel pound, Walter Me-
Cray, a diver, known In marine eir
cle from Alaska to California, came i
out victorioti here yesterday ever a
Ki.n't devil iih.
The moiinter wound It tentacle
d tiultily about MeCray that the i
diver wa unable to reach the knife
be carried for protectinu. When one I
ten I :n le threatened to rut oiT the air i
upply, McCray, through the sub
marine telephone, railed br a timet
teel wrecking bar. With thi
weapon, the diver wa able to pierce
lite body tif the devil bli and, at Ut.
Willi iii4ti and uionater mil trur
gling drapeiatrly, Mi t ray wdiat
to the turiaet by l' dtver't aiataqt
and other turn failed 14 help.
While Htcbard Uurnett, dock
wkhiuan, itoi4 by with drawn t"
lot, unable to hoot bee aue the diur
and devil tub were Hi complctrly
langlrt), otheri attacked wiih what
wfapoiti there were at band and, at
Ui, i ti ilrvd lnh rdeaaej it Intld
and disappeared brnratlt the water.
The devil belt wa one of the
large! em rin in ihee water and
wa the trt, Maiay Mid, that ever
McCray. who urTcred chiefly from
e,hautioit, wa prepared to reum
Sausages Save Truck
Driver Hit by Train
1.0! Angeles, C'al.. April 22. Jiaii-
h.ihc as a shork ahstirber n.iveil the
life of K. R. Craddock, truck driver, I
here yesterday, according to hi opin
ion expressed in his report to the po.
lice, t ratldoik was drivinii a truck
hrlonginti to a packing company and
lillctl witli meat protluctf, when a
t'acilic Llcctrtc locomutive hit it at
a crowing. Uyitantlers said ' Crad
dock sailed 20 feet, but alighted on a
tthipmcut of sausace that hud sailed
a little quicker than he did. He was
unhurt, but badly tangled in link
Big Canning Firm Bankrupt.
Columbus, O., April 22. On ap
plication of the Whiltaker-Gleisiug
company of Wheeling, W. Va.. Judge
John . Sater, in United States dis
trict court today appointed a receiver
for the Sears & Nichols Canning
company of Chilticothe, O., o"c of
the largest food canning companies
in the United States.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY
This institution is the only one
In the central west with separate
buildings situated in their own
grounds, yet entirely distinct, and
rendering: it possible to classify
cases. The one building being fit
ted' for and devoted to the treat
ment of noncontagious and nonmen
tal diseases, no others being admit
ted; the other Rest Cottage being
designed for and devoted to -, the
exclusive treatment of select mental
cases requiring for a time watchful
care and special nursing.
An Open Letter to Robert S. Trimble
Dear Bob :
Well. Bob, thw is to be a memorable week in your career, for
you are about to put over the bijrgrest thins: you have ever tackled
I refer to the selling of a million dollars in BONDS for the erection
of the new Elks Home at 18th and Dodge and you arc doing
it for Omaha and all Elks, with no thought of profit or reward to
The boys selected you as Chairman, Bob, because of your reputa- k
tion for doing things, and doing them well. As head of the Chamber
of Commerce, and as an officer of the Elks, you proved that you
arc a "go-getter," so we are expecting you to make good, as usual.
Do you know, Bob, I collected a dollar from you the very first day
I worked for The Pantorium? You handed me a big banana along
with the dollar, and, by George I that banana meant more to mc
than the dollar, for it showed what kind of a fellow you arc.
For twenty-five years you have been paying bills to The Pantorium,
but you've never paid one that gave me more pleasure than that
Well; Bob, the eyes of Omaha and all Elkdom will be on you and
your bond selling committee this week go to it !
Thirty-niners never fail.
Good luck to you,;
t . President for 25 years.'
Of Renewed Cars Extended Over Sunday and Monday
For the Benefit of Some Who Could Not Get Here Saturday
Every Car You
See on the Street
Your banker, your doctor, your
attorney, the big and little men
of the business field, all drive
Drive the car you select five
days. If at the end of that time
you are not entirely satisfied with
it, bring the car back and we will
gladly allow you every dollar you
have . paH on it to apply on the
purchase of any car in stock.
Six Different Types 1
All renewed and ready
to drive away.
Get the Car You've .
Many have profited by
our big sacrifice of re
newed, rebuilt cars, some
It's YOUR OPPORTU
NITY and here's the very
car you've been wanting
among these Coupes,
Roadsters, S e d an s, and
Tour This Summer in a Cadillac.
A SAFE PLACE TO BUY"
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J. H. Hansen Cadillac Co.
Farnam at 26th Street
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New Orlfii. U, April 3.'.--
uuy aecortien, tw untim
redy today lo entertain Ihe
trirmiial concljte rf lite Kntjilii
TentpUr, which begin Monday
lliirty itve thound Templar and
ineiulter o( their (aniiliei re e
See BoncT s
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such are 1
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of particularly attractive new shade
of tan satin trimmed. Specially
Direct From the Maker No Middleman
Bond's quality at Bond's price is
only made possible thru the concen
trated efforts of our three great factories
and fourteen distributing stores the vast
volume of Bond's sales the elimination of (
charge accounts and deliveries. You save
the middleman's profit. V
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