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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1922)
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The Story of a Ctrl Who Danced
Prince Lei Lani
The Se'talionat Tenor of Hawaii
Educational Novelty Reel
Davis Plans Fight
to Get Convicted
Attorney General Draw Up
Papers to Prevent Wenlz
Lumping Prison '
Lincoln, May 16. ((Special)
Attorney General Clarence A. Davis
was preparing requisition papers to
day in an eflort to bring Charles W.
Went, Aurora banker, bark to Ne
braska to serve from 1 to 10 years
for falsifying records of the Ameri
can State bank of that place. He re
ceived word today that Went, who
is under arrest at Kalkatha, Mich.,
on a charge of embezzlement from a
Michigan bond house, intended to
fight the attempt to bring him back
The Nebraska supreme court yes
terday affirmed a 1 to 10 year-sentence
against Went imposed by the
Hamilton county district court. After
his conviction Vent2 disappeared and
months were spent by the Hamilton
county sheriff in locating him. Finally
new charges were filed against him
in an effort to force his attorneys to
tell where he was and at the present
fme a legal ngnt is. underway con
i frning new charges,
i The Nebraska authorities, however,
re not attempting to bring Wentz
back to face the new charges. They
want him as a fugitive from justice.
The papers demanding his return
probably will be signed by Governor
McKelvie tomorrow after J. J. Rein
hardt, Hamilton county attorney,
arrives in Lincoln.
Three Banker Groups
to Meet This Month
Lincoln, May 16 (Special.)
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l nrec gronp meetings, oi me xc
braska Bankers' association will be
held May 23-25 at McCook, Kearney
and Lincoln. A snecial car has been
chartered by bankers so they may
attend alt meetings.
The party will attend the meeting
at McCook May 25 and will go to
Kearney" May 24 and then to Lincoln
May 25. jCarl Weil of Lincoln, chair
man of the arrangements commit
tee, estimates' that from 200 to 300
will attend the Lincoln meeting. C. S.
Aldrich, president of the group, will
preside. ; ,
Charles H. , Randall of Randolph,
president of the-association, will be
one of the speakers.:- Harry H. Mer
rick, president pf the Central Trust
company of IBinois, is to be the chief
speaker. ''.Other.s-bn the program are
H. D." Lute, secretary of Nebraska
Farm Bureau federation;' John M.
Flannigan, , Omaha, and Attorney
General Clarence A. Davis.
Probe of Turk Atrocities
' Not Favored at White House
Washington, May 16. Indications
were given at the White House to
day' that' the' United States would not
accept the invitation extended by
Great Britain for representation on
a commission to investigate atroci
ties "by the Turks on the Christian
minorities in Asia Minor as reported
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Scats New Selling .
bonestVIVJ I rivi 1 1 1 JOHN
BETTY V 7 ROBERT
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OCOOICS IN THE TwPATEW
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Sal. Mat 50c $1, $150, $2. 2.50
THREE DAYS MORE
in "UP AND GOING"
Wed., Thurs. and Fri.
Showing First Picture of
Sm Merrick, the winner,
-1 going nUr the wire.
BW a BBl I
by the American Kelief administra
tion. The statement was nude that the
is wholesome and
always fresh .
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the whole family
. . with a flavor
"No fancy wrapper
just good gum"
American Chicle Co.
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Redipoint is a pencil of ar
tistic appearance. Notice how
its long graceful lines end in a
gently tapering point There
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The proportions of the cap
are those of the Tuscan pillar
noted for its graceful sim
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ing Redipoint. Yet this is
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sive Redipoint features. Your
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It costs nomore than ordi
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The sound of It shouted
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Luncheon in the City
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HOTEL CASTLE CAFE
Alfred Jones, Chef and Prop.
could see no pressing need to join
with Great Britain, Fiance and Italy
or whispered In scorn or
. accusation would crush
the most of us
Don't Miss It
It's the photodrama with a
KICK in it and NOT about it.
At the MOON
a May Morning and as
igfyiafi& Mozart Cigar Is made by jggp
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A picture that ia just one long
chain of happinras.
and LEATRICE JOY in
With five af the cutest kiddi.s
you ever saw.
at proposed in an inquiry by com-mUkion.
"A place to park your carta"
JUST THREE DAYS MORE
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TAKE FIRST PRIZE (or D.B
comtdy muttc and lua.
SIX ACTS OF "GOOD TIME"
Matinee 3Se Evening 50e
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The Bee. .
tAST TIMES TODAY
ELLIOTT & THE
"A Cycle of Comtdy, Soar Daac"
Smoking is for pleasure. Have you found
the cigar that can please you best? If
you like it "mild", then Mozart is well
, worth your, trying.
It is made to be a "mild" cigar, above all
things, but the Havana we have chosen
for it has a fragrance worth experiencing.
An uncommonly mild, fragrant cigar
The Orpheum Players fcSMAft
Take a Walk Down to the Orpheum Any Nite This Week and See
and You Will Be
I Now to Grow Thin"
Symphony Player Organ
in a Barroom"
LAST TIMES TODAY
Weekday Matinee . . . .25c, 30c
Night, Sunday Mat., ,30c, 40c
Velvets and Damasks,
Linens and Cretonnes
All-ovor patterns in roar.'
blue, and polil, Kunfaat and
tubfaat fabrics, portieres and
Tcr jard: S2.98 to 88.00
Ter yard: $2.08 to 88.00
Ter yard: 81.15 to 85.00
Ter yard: 59d to 85.08
Tcr yard: 39 to 81.75
Extra large and , completa
flflsortment of Nets in filet
weave and shadow effects, 36
to 50 inches wide white,
cream, and ecru colors, for '
39 to 83.08 Yard.
Scrim, Voile, and Marquisr
ette, in plain dots, silk stripes
and colored effects, in all the
newest and latest patterns, at
19 to 81.35 Yard :
Materials selected here will
be made to your order in our
workroom at trifling cost
this is a splendid opportunity
for those desiring specially
made drapes. ,
The H. R. Bowen'Co. are go
ing to drape the windows of
someone' living room Freo.
Windows when draped will
appear with glass curtains,
having overdrapes of damask
in either blue or mulberry.
Get full particulars at main
aisle desk, H. R. Bowen C04
and be at the H. R. Boweit
Co. Store Thursday, Mar 18
8 p. m. Some 35 other guests
will be remembered on the
above evening, too.
It p a jr to read
Bowen' small ad
Howard St., bet. 15th nnd 1 6th
You Can't Lose if You're
Lookin' for a Good Time
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
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