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rs in Dcs Moines
: Takes New Turn
Minor Offenders Arretted by
i Sheriff and Convicted by
Justices May Be
, Cleared. ,
Dt Moinn, la., May 4, (Special
"J'tlcgram) Conviction o( a number
m people here fur minor minltmeaii
ri may be art aiJc a a remit of
an opinion given by the city legal
Srpartment in connection with en
Gtncet paMcd by imported jutticet
iil the peace. The aituation it the
outgrowth of a political war between
He thrriift officea and the muni
ffipal court of the city of Dei Moinc.
'The thcriff hat refuted to brim
m' catea up before the municipal
Judget and haa been importing ju
ticca of the peace from outlying
townahipa to arraign hit prisoners
ijid kentence the minor oiiendcrt.
At requrit of judge of the muni-
pal court, the city legal department
ued a ruling in the matter today,
holding that thee convirtiom were
(legal on the ground that the law
which created the municipal court
fir re made it jurisdiction absolute
within the city limits. The opinion
tid that a justice had no carpet bag
ging powers and was not a judicial
i ju-od on wheels.
Seeks Family Cow.
Custody of the family cow and
right to see his new born babe,
are requested by Frank Hoxsey, in
I motion filed here today to modify
On February 14, Gladys Hoxsey
pled suit for divorce and secured an
injunction to keep him away from
ber. Since then his wife'a baby has
been born and she has turned the
family cow over to her sister, who,
the husband charges, is 'not giving
the faithful animal proper attention !
Ablert Loihtrt, 55, veirran railroad i
switchman, was instantly killed here
when he was run over by a ear in
tht Great Veern freight yard. The
car was being twitched trom the
main-line track. Lot hen's back
turned to the on-coming car, and it
knocked him down and ran over his
Concord Club to Aid
; Camp Fire Girls Here
The Omaha Concord club, which
recently reatsumed spontorthip o(
the Camp Fire girl, decided at i
noon luncheon at Hotel Fonteiicll .
yrttrrday to rai approximately
$5,000 to restore and put in condition
the girls' camp at king's lake, 22
mile wett of Omaha.' The camp
will be maintained by the Camp Fire
girts during the rummer.' C. E.
Corey it chairman of the committee
in charge of the work.
A group of 12 Camp Fire maidens
in their Indian cottumes. appeared
at the luncheon yesterday and
showed their appreciation of the in
terest of the Concordera by putting
on a special ceremonial, including
sons and stunts.
The Concord club is planning a
radio entertainment for their next
women's night meeting within two
or three weeks, it was announced
Democrat File for Senajtc
in. Richardson County
Lincoln. May 4. (Special.) B.
It. Dawson filed today as a demo
cratic candidate for state senator in
the First district, which embraces
Richardson county. John Wiltse,
Kvho served in the last legislature, is
a republican candidate for e-election
to the state senate from the same
Corrick Will Speak
Lincoln, May 4. (Special.)
Frank P. Corrick, past grand master
of Odd Fellows, wilt speak at a
statewide fraternity meeting at the
city auditorium. Omaha, Saturday.
Corrick's home is in Lincoln. -
Play a tune
in an hour ,
It is being dene. You can
do it. Even without musical
experience you'll master a
Conn Saxophone' well
enough to play the popular
music in a very short time.
Bargains in Used Instruments
Every instrument in first-class condition throughout.
: CONN B Flat Soprano Saxophone, silver finish.
, HOLTON E Flat Alto Saxophone, silver finish.
CONN B Flat Tenor Saxophone, nickel finish.
I YORK Multiplex Horn, silver finish.
' HOLTON Slide Trombone, silver finish.
RUDOLPH WURLITZER Trumpet, silver finish.
YORK Trombone, brass finish.
CotapUta Stock C. C CONN Band ! Orchestra laitrumaata
15th and Harney Street j
Friday's Dinner H
in the Popular
v. . '
5:30 to 830 P. M.
Orange and Grapo Fruit Supreme .
Cream of New Peas, Croutons v -Essence
of Fresh Mushrooms
Rose Radishes Celery Hearts Assorted Olives
Fresh Hawaiian Pineapple Sherbet
BROILED ALIVE, WHOLE BABY LOBSTER
1- with Draws Butttr tad JaHaaaa Patatati
; Radt of Sprint Lamb, Champ vallon,-'.
,r v-v with MartW Sariat VacaubUs . .i -
. Roast Young Farm Raited Chicken, Stuffed,
wita Paa Gravy. Hal Taa Biicaita aa4 Aspla Jatly
Fresh Green String Beans New Browned Potatoes -
. x Combination Salad
' with French or 1,000 Island Dressing .' .
Apple Pie , Fresh Rhubarb Pie y
Old Fashioned Strawberry Shortcake
with Whipped Cream
. . Pond Lily Parfait, Petit Fours .
. Ice Cream (any flavor) with Mocha Layer Cake
Genuine Imported Swiss Cheese, Toasted Crackers
Panhandler Stop$ at
City's Flntit Hotel
Spokane, Wash. May 4. Frank
Donato. 22, guaat of Spo
kane's tirwtt howl, was to be trw4
in polict court today on a vagrancy
Donato, according to police who
arrested him, was found bagging
on a busy street comer, Tbo cua
tomary "frisking" at headquarters
resulted in finding 9419 in cash on
his parson. He wore a silk shirt
and an aipcnsiva twtad suit. He is
said to have "worked" in all cities
from New York to Seattle. H has
but one Ug. On tht hotel register
ht used tha name" Prank Barge."
Kansas and Nebraska Cities
Engaged in Commercial War
Fall City. Neb. May 4. (Spe
cial.) The citie of Falls City. Neb.,
and Hiawatha, Kan., are engaged in
a commercial war unparalleled in
I the history of this section of the
l Iheie Uo till, but 14 mile
i apart, have from tha beginning of
tneir rsitirnt't rn cam ouirrs
mot relentless foe on the athletic
field at well as in rare of civic achivt
litem. Falls City threw dona the gauntlet
by advertising s community day tale,
distributing the bulk of the pap"
right in the enemy's stronghold.
Hiawatha has retaliated by announc
ing that it wilt hold a still bigger
community sale day and will pro.
mulgate this new orfuill ri.lit into
yte homes of Falls Ciiy.
Lincoln Pren Club to Be
Organised Nest Monday
Lincoln. May 4.-(Speclat) For
matton of a Lincoln (rest club is
under way and nomination and elec
tion of officers wilt be made at a
banquet at the Lincoln hotel Mon
day evening. George E. Johnson,
state engineer, will be the guest of
Magnetic L'ubea Turn
Seivn" or "Eleven"
at Will of Shooter
tattle. Wash., May 4. Tht
"Arabian Nights" had s magic car
pef; Stattlt has its magic trunk.
Upon ent tht enthralled possessor
was borne swiftly to s desired des
tination, upon tht other tht
"speckled cube" moved strangely
in answer to tht dictates of their
la a room here occupied by three
men now under arrest, polict say
they found a trunk. An electric
twitch connected with a magnet,
which charged tht top of tht
trunk. Dice rolled on this trunk
top naver failed to product a
"seven or "eleven," according to
Read The Bee all the way
through. You will find It interesting.
' 13 Indicted in Narcotic
i Cases Kilter Guilty Plea
Fiitrrn of 65 ittrq and women in
luted Wednesday by the federal
grand jury fr violation of the nar
cotic act, pleaded guilty and were
.entenced yeterday by Lidge Wood
rough. One woman, Leora Lake,
thanked the Judge when she was
gitcn a sentence of- oO days. The
remaining 50 pleaded not guilty and
were taken back to jad or released
Oakland Will A.k Hid.
on 20 Block of Paving
Oakland. Neb., April 4. (Special
Telegram.) Th city council voted
lo submit for bid 20 blocks of pav
ing making a total of 72 blocks for
lha ritv Th mntrai't (or tha llt
2Q will be let In about a month.
Nebraska City Minister
Held on State Charges
N'cbra.ka City. ' Neb., May 4.
(Special) Preliminary hearing was
waived by Rev. F, B. Williams and
he was bound over lo h di.trkt
court on a charge of illrgal practice
0,' mrdwine, Two other charges had
been filtd, but the county attorney
notified the court that they would
t dim!scd as both mm (or whom
I lie defendant is alleged to have pre
scribed, have died within the last few
ueckt. Both were suffering with
tuberculosis. . i
Test Proposed to Decide
Location of New Cat Plant
R. R. Howell, general manager of
iht Metropolitan Utilities district,
stated yesterday he wilt present to the
board of directors the proposition
of sinking a number of trt holes
In the district acreage south of tht
Florence water plant to determine
the nature of the earth strata with a
viuv to deciding if the new gat plant
nught be situated there.
to Begin in Three Week
Three mure weeks remain lor
loyal subject of King A to checW
in their meuiberthip before initiation
ceremonies at the king's dra, so
Cording to hit highness yesterday.
To date, 2.1 7 J persons have joined
Ak-Sar-Ben for this year, with
Maj. J. E. Davidson, head of Dit.
trirt No, 2 in this city, in tht lead.
Maj. Charles K. Black hat registered
W members into Ak-Sar-Ben.
Theft of Overcoat Will
Send Man Back to PrUon
Theft of an overcoat will tend
Kenneth Weir to the state reforma
tory. Weir was paroled recently by
tht district court after ha flooded
Omaha with spurious checks. Dis
trict Judge Leslie issued a capiaa
for his arrest. His parole will be
cJOHN A. 8WANB0S, rrta.s
:WM. U HOUMA.N, Treat, i
A MASTER STROKE!
Nebraska Clothing Co. announces the special purchase of thousands
of dollars' worth of highest grade Rochester clothing the result of
The Levy Bros, & Adler -Rochester
; ine must niomentous occurrence in recent years in
wnoiesaie ciotning circles.
announce the consolidation
of the two nationally known concerns
: ' " arid '
LevyBros .Clothing Co.
lKisereer'combines under one management the
resourees and abilities of two of the most important
' houses in the country," most favorably known in the
mens' clothing field-thereby eflfeing great economies
in production and overhead impossible of accomplish
ment in operating independently,
i The enviable reputation bt both concerns gives this
consolidation especial importance to all retail merchants
who recognize the necessity of further reductions in
selling prices; It comes at a most opportune time to as?
sist in the solution of difficult merchandising problems
The policy, personnel and pro-dud of the new or- -ganization
were determined by careful consideration
of all that has proven most acceptable to the best trade
: of today. Better fabnc values, better style features and
more attractive prices are assured in the new fall lines
designed for men and youiig men.
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On - Sale Beginning
FRIDAY, MAY 5tH
of Superbly Tailored
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Internationally famous Adler Rochester and Ievy Bros.
Clothes for men and young men the sale price will be
v. The above is reprinted from the "Daily News Record," New York,
announcement of the Levy Bros., ct Adler'-Rochester consolidation.
Actual $40 and $50 Values ;
The styjes involve every new model every fashionably correct style
eyery conceivable size and 'proportion. ...
Business Men's Conservative Suits
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Fabric quality of the highest standard known in clothes, making,'
npon which these two great firm's built their enviable reputations.
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF THESE SUITS IN OUR FAUNAM STREET WINDOWS (
$25.00 AND $35.00
Another Extm Extmordimry Special
Five Hundred GABERDINES Greatly Underpriced
$1 Q50 and $9750
Gaberdines in the newest half -belt and full
: GABERDINES ? .
ON DISPLAY -FAKNAM
; i AVTNDpW . ..
Gaberdines in many shades tan, brown, gray,
olive; fine quality fabrics.
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Men'! aa Yeaas Mea'a Clatklas Eatlrc Sccaai Flaar Maia Baliataa; aa4 Aaacz
G ABERDINES MADE
AT ANY PRICE
Gaberdines in all the new Raglan ot regular '
shoulder models; satin yoke. "
FARNAM ST. CORNER
COKKLCT APPAREL roR MfcJN AND WOMEN s
5 -J - ' Ml I
$3 to $5 a Day
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