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THE. BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. MAY 6. 1922
Man. Trusted for
( 16 i ears, Accused
,( II. 1), SlirMrn, Sifl & Co.
I'orriiiiiii. Alle;ei Vy Girl
to Hate Taken $2.50
At 4 ThurnUy aftcrnuou nothing
much l4 ew hiiK-nrd iti I lie life
.f II. U. ShfUrn. 619 North Thirty
" For 16 c.r le Iu4 been a tru
rq, employe 01 jwhi vw. it
narked every day i a foreman and
ivrry month be snd Mr. Sheldrn
, ' .milrd a tltry put more tnoitry in
At S Utc bounced liiui out of the
.lit, rlu.rd hi in through the luU
nr. district, (ml a mob of ix at
hit heel with two beautiful young
women Iradmg it and crying "pick,
ivotkrt," and drpo.ited him in the
'und of policemen on a charge of
larceny from the permit.
Began on Street Car.
It began hrii Mary Dretiiun, 19,
118 North Thirty-fifth otreet.' and
tier friend. Lucilc Dowd, 18. Union
Pacific employe, were getting on a
otrert car at Sixteenth and Fariuui
ireeta. Shelden mounted the car
Mit Brennan't handbag wa open
fur a moment, and when he looked
;iKin her purse, containing fJ.50,
The charming young women rea
1'iied' Shelden had been nearest them
and followed him, first out of the
heart of the business district, then
hack again, then into the city hall.
Shelden left the building followed
by the girl sleuths, who summoned
a traffic officer, and then, trailed by
the mob. arrested Shelden an Six
tii nth Mreet, between Farnam and
Pleads With Girls. -'Tt
rather give you $5, $10, yes,
S.'3, than have you believe for a
moment I would take a penny from
you." Shelden pleaded with the girls
a he rode to jail in a, patrol, but
they were obdurate.
In Central police court yesterday
morning the girls and Shelden told
their stories to Judge W. V. Wap
pich. Shelden appeared in 'raiment al
most ministerial in its simplicity and
rolor and thrust his wife's bank book
forward to-show he didn't need the
"I'm a working man, have been
with one firm 16 years, and don't
iti to stoop to trifling crime like
that It nuke living-." I said
Decision Is DUye4.
Judrf Wappich wouldn't dfiidf
I h ca tmmediatrly and (OiituturJ
the hearing to this morning.
After investigating the cat
thoroughly, Charlrs Van Pen,
chief of detectives, sI4 Shelden Iu4
failed to account sati.fattorily for
his aigiag route through the bu.i.
nrt diitrirt, but that he probably
was an honest victim of nrrum.
Dog Hill Paragrafs
014 Man MUer was seen with his
head stuck, out the door this morning
at his home on Mukrt Ridge It is
believed he is preparing to gradually
come out doors in a few days if
everything looks just exactly right.
Luke Mathewsta held an audience
spellbound at the poMoftice this
morning with his remarkable mem
ory in recalling incidents of more
than SO ye..rj ago, and then he got
up and went home and forgot all
about his walking stick and pipe.
Atlas Peck dreamed last night that
he saw something he just barely
could make out. He says he reckons
he will have to go to steeping in his
Leaps Into River
An unidentified man leaped to his
death from the top railing of the
Douglas street bridge yesterday
morning. Sam Musco, 2027 South
Twentieth street, bridge traffic di
rector for the street car company,
is said to have been the only person
who saw the suicide. The man struck
the water at a point where the depth
was but 18 inches. IIis neck was
Plea by Antics
Father I'rgeHi ly Welfare
Head to He Pa! of Their
"The biggest at In the world
today i the rhildlmod of America."
said II. II. Antlrs, Lincoln, secretary
ef ih department of public welfare
(or Nebraska, speaking yesterday at
Hie noon luncheon ot the umana
Kiwams club at the Rome hotel.
"In 2 Oyears the childhood of today
will be our nation." he said. "We
tan make of it whst we will. It is
up to us men to 'mould it into the
Mr. Amies made an eloquent plea
tor lathers to be the companions and
the pat of their children and not to
farm the education of the children en
tirely out to the schools nor the re
tlgiuus training to the churches and
Sunday schools. He is strong ad
vocate of games and the proper use
of recreation time so that our boys
may learn on the playground to lose
and not. to cry and to win and not
crow about It.
I'receding Mr, Anttes on the pro
tram was Gilbert H. Gendall, Boy
Seoul executive.- Mr. Gendall has
been engaged in boys' work for the
last 20 years and was formerly mem
hershin secretary of the New York
Y. M. C. A. In a plea to the club
members to get behind the boys'
work in Omaha and to be "big broth
ers" to fatherless boys or those who
have no older companions, Mr. uen
dall said t
"There is only one thing that you
ran make a man out of and that
is a boy."
Max I. Walker, chairman of the
program committee, presided.
Summer Stock Company
to Open at Orpheum May 14
Everthing will be in readiness for
the opening of the stock summer sea
son at the Orpheum theater Sunday
evening, May 14, at 8:15, when the
Orpheum players will present "Scan
dal." Cosmo Hamilton's dramatic
James T. Hayden, who is the man
ager for Messrs. Lassey and Hayden
who will present the Orpheum play
ers. says that the entire company,
with the exception of three people,
he is bringing direct from the east,
where they have just closed a sue
cessful 34 weeks season.
Miss Ruth Amos is the leading
lady. She has earned a strong per
sonal following wherever she has
been. Miss Amos has been in Hart
ford, Conn., Bridgeport, Conn., Pitts
field, Mass., and has just closed i
season in Brockton, Mass., with Mr.
v 1 j.
for this week
Special Price for
I IKES 7
32x3 $20.60 525,75
32x4 26.00 32.50
33x4 26.80 3350
34x4 27.60 " 34.50
32x4V? .33.52 . 41.90
33x4'2 : 34.28 ' : V v ' 42,85
34x4 35.44 . auo
33x5 41.72 52.15
35x5 43.80 54.75 , .
37x5 "46.08 57.60 s
Sprague Tire & Rubber Co.
: .J ,: . ; . ' ' . . , .. '
Retail Service Department at the Mill, 18th and Cuming
There ia a Sprague Service Station in your neighborhood '
NOVELTY REPAIR CO.
4809 So. 24th, South Side; MA 1404
WEST LAWN GARAGE
S816 Canter St.; WA 2187 ,
AUTO INN GARAGE "
2816 LT.nworlh St.; HA 4452 ,
WEST FARNAM GARAGE
3827 Farnam St.j HA 4T80
' 51st and Uadarwood; WA 4848
P. A. CLARK MOTOR CO.
61 16 Military Atb., Benson; WA 4253
4515 No. 30th St.
MINNE LUSA GARAGE , i
6610 No. 30th St.; KC6409
WM. PEPERKORN GARAGE
Florence; KE 0112
KING HARDWARE CO. V . a
2109 Cuming 'St.; JA 0840
A Word About the
&L AdUr .
Th innouiicetufot of th
eoiuoliilttloo of L. Adler
Brot. & Co., Rochester, aod
Fry Broa., lent a tremor of
eieltemeot through the
clothing world. It meant the
adrent of a ttw and grcatet
power In the Rochester mar
fcet. Omaha clothes buyers
art now feeling the full ef-
fects of this merger in this
most wonderful offer. Values
so remarkable, that you will
hardly beliera your own
eyes. Positively nothing like
it erer before In the history
of the clothing business.
D0XT MISS IT
ssJjh A. kfti,NAi.t, fits i
I'LIUSC f HOP EiftLY STORE CLOSES I P. If. SATt'RDAT.
Attends the selling of the Nebraska Clothing Cos
wonderful purchase from the
Levy Bros. & Adler -Rochester
thousands of dollars' worth, of finest hand-tailored
NEW SPRING, SUITS j
AT UXHEAliD OF PRICES IN THE HEART OF THE
SEASON for SUCH SUPERBLY FINE QUALITY CLOTHES
The Entire Purchase
ON SALE IN TWO GREAT GROUPS
Actual $40.00 and $50.00 Values
.. .... -v
STRICTLY hand-tailored, finest quality . clothes including every wanted fabric, pattern
effect, color anji weave from novelfy checks atid overplaids to dressy hair line worsteds
blues, browns, grays, herringbones, fancy mixtures and an endless range of pattern All
sizes regulars, stouts, slims. -: : 1 ; ,
V v HALF A THOUSAND MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S ' .
Fine Quality GABERDINES Greatly Underpriced
V Nebraska $25.00, and $35.00 Values, at
Gaberdines in every new and
distinctive style obtainable.
Half or full belt Gaberdines.
Satin yoke. Extra special at
, DRESSY NEW SPRING ,
20 and $25
Made to Sell at $30.00 and $35.00.
Sizes 31 to 36.
Gaberdines in raglan and stand
ard shoulder stylesjn all wanted
colors, not only light tans but
also darker browns and grays.
'; " ' 1 ' ' ' "
' v MEN'S AND ; .
YOUNG MEN'S STYLES
$350 ' $5 $50
Actual $5.00 to $12.50 Values.
J All Sizea.
The proud moment of our lives graduation and
confirmation if we are properly attired for,the oc
casion. A wonderful showing of blue serge and ,
neat fancy mixture suits in sport and single and
, double-breasted models awaits you here. ,
Hea'i aad Vonnc Men' CloUtlaf Eatlra Sceoad Floor Main BalMlas aad Aaacs,
An enormous purchase from the famous panta
makers H. Lisner & Co., .1150 Broadway, . New
York. Bought at one-third off, and on sale as we
bought them. Finest of fine worsteds, cheviots,
cassimeres, in every pants pattern and a host of
weaves to match your suit coat, "
Every man's a money saver these days and here are money saving values in
Oxfords because of our new lower prices.
Men's Black Wayne
Also Tony brown oxfords.
New squars and $r?50 :
round toe pat-
Solid Leather Brown
Rubbercapped heel. Many
new lasts and ?fiOO
patterns, tea- J
Men's Mew Patent
Plain and toe cap style.
Flexible soles. f rTSO
SPOKT OXFOHDS, smoked elk with
brown saddle strap, rubber $00
sole and heel for street or Q
golf wear (like Illustration)
IfEW t)0BI5AH05 0X10RDS in
the new elk last, brown and jprTOO
" black kid. Special new lower
price feature Saturday.... '..
Men's tennis shoes and oxfords, also $1 50 10 $050
hiking shoes of canras . Prices range. .A O
Greater Shoe Seetloa Eatire Main Floor North
All America and
Black, f 8-Brown, $ 9. '
GLOYE tiJUP 0XF0EDS and SHOtS, SI AOO
undoubtedly the finest footwear made, at XV
' Shoes and Oxfords
$4.50 and 95.00
For Free Road Service, Call ATlantic 3032
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