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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1919.
AVIATORS STOP HERE ON FLIGHT ACROSS COUNTRY Men Making Trip in Airplane From Chicago to Denver Narrowly Escape Smash in Attempt to Land. Ensign H. F. Johnson and Lieut. (. P. Mueller narrowly escaped ('eath or serious injury last night in attempting to land at the Omaha Country club in an airplane. The aviators are on their way :rom Chicago to Denver, stopping at the larger cities enroute for the gen eral purpose of commercializing the airplane. "Only an act of Providence saved us when we tried to land," said Lieutenant Mueller. "After soaring about the city for more than half an hour trying to find a suitable place near the heart of town, we chose what we later learned was the Country club. We're not saying anything about how the near-accident occurred, but we came very close to landing any way but up right." "An agency has been established in Denver for distribution of IS CanadiatLairplanes which have been used at practice fields," Mueller said. "Arrangements are being made to place agencies in Omaha and oth er middle-western cities, also." The average speed attained thus far on the cross-country trip is 70 miles an hour- Johnson and Mueller ara staying in the air only two and a half hours at a time. They intend to make two more stops between Omaha and Denver but cannot say at what cities these stops will be made. OMAHA WOMEN JUBILANT OVER SENATE ACTION "It Is Too Lovely for Any Use," Says One Woman of Ratification of Suffrage Amendment. . Omaha suffragists yesterday after noon uttered ecstatic i pressions over the news that the United States senate had adopted the house woman's suffrage amendment, the effect of which places the proposed constitutional amendment before the states for ratification. Telephones were kept busy in dis cussing the news. One of these fair ones is reported to have said: "It is just too lovely for any use." Mrs. Smith Prepared. "I was prepared for it," said Mrs. Draper Smith, who is one of the leaders in the movement in this state. "We have just sent telegrams of congratulation to Dr. Anna How ard Shaw, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt and Mrs. Maud Wood Parks, who performed such splendid serv ice in the cause." "It is difficult to express my feel ings," Mrs. James Richardson said. "I am delighted to hear that the amendment has been adopted, and we here in Omaha are particularly happy that we had such a promin ent place in the fight." Mrs C. S. Stebbins, who has been interested in the suffrage movement, said that she received her first in spiration at the feet of the late Su san B. Anthony. "The fun," she said, "now begins to get the states to ratify the amendment. The gov ernment has done all that it can do." MARINES LAND IN TWO CITIES IN COSTARICA Newspapers Report Arrival Because of Revolution Against the Government. San Salvador, Republic of Sal vador, June 4. American marines have been landed at Puntarenas and Port Limon, Costa Rica, because of the revolution against the govern ment headed by General Tinoco, ac cording to dispatches printed in newspapers here. The revolution in Costa Rica ha H"l HE Treasure Box brings thoughts of Gifts for June Brides and Graduates. THIRD FLOOR C!?'!'iBN. mi.!;.! "'itiii. ii j mm ii "jvir" D...CI SETS THE PACE "IP ..Will u m 4 II Ii. '"I, il ...lU FOR CROWING OMAHA "ORIDE" and "Brides--L maid" Boquets and Flowers for weddings, in the Flower Shop. MAIN FLOOR 'ill 1 3k.'''!!l Important Sale of 300 Coats and Wraps at 21.75 Comprising a Manufacturer's Sample Line and Surplus Stock Coats, Dolmans, Capes, Sport Coats and Utility Wraps MATERIALS in wide range Trico tines, Poiret Twill, Gabardine, Serges, Pom-Pom, Silvertones, Tweeds and Oxfords. Sport Coats of Wool Paul ette, Angora trimmed Linings, fancy Silks, Peau de Cygne and Satin. SECOND FLOOR Values Range 27.50 to 45.00 at 21.75 N OVEL braided designs, fancy stitch ing, buttons, add finish. Coats regu larly sold to 49.00, included. See our windows; attend the sale and secure a Wrap at a noteworthy saving. Thursday, 21.75 early selection is advisable. SECOND FLOOR No C. O. D's.No Approvals --No Lzy-Aways Fine All Wool Sweaters At V3 Less Regular Price Just the right weight sweater for this time of the year, summer and fall wear, suitable for vacation, travel, mo toring, fishing, golf, tennis, seashore and general wear. Choice of Six Distinct Models 5.95 Made of Fine Shetland Wool Plain Sailor Collars Two-Tone Collars Loose Belts ' Fitted Belts Box Pleats Fitted Backs Long Sashes Angora Collars, Etc. COLORS are turquoise, salmon, nile green, tea-rose, pink, tan, rose, buff, maize, Copen hagen, wine, sea green, lavender, plum, black, white and striped and plain combinations. ' SECOND FLOOR All sizes for Women and Misses I Hair Goods Sale Switches and trans formations of natural wavy hair; in three sizes: 22-inch lengths at $ 8 24-inch lengths at $10 26-inch lengths at $12 Transformations in the all-around style; regular $18 values, for 10.95. Gray Switches, in many different shades; prices range from 2.95 to 40.00. Gray Transforma tions in the all-round style; specially priced at 10.98. Hair Dressing and Hair Bobbing Experts thoroughly acquainted with all the pre vailing styles in hair dressing are at your service here at any time during store hours. With sanitary equipment especially suited to the work, children's hair bobbing is also done here by those who are effi cient and patient. THE HAIR DRESSING PARLORS SECOND FLOOR 400 Summertime Hats at 3.50 A Noteworthy Sale Fascinating Models for Sports, Club Wear, etc., at about l2 Price High colored Body Hats, plenty of solid white, flesh, pink, turquoise blue, coral, light gray, orchid and navy blue. Georgette Crepe, Ribbon Hals and Combina tions of Tajfela Silk With Straw Brims. Modishly smart styles, large flops, sailors andloll side effects, simple trimming. There will be pleas urable choosing from these assortment featured for Thursday selling. At 3.50 SECOND FLOOR been going on for the past two months, but has been attracting con siderable attention in Central Amer ican countries for the past four weeks. Forces said to have been recruited from political exiles form eJ bands along the Nicaraguan frontier near Like Nicaragua and advanced southward, clashing on several occasions with forces com manded by Joaquin Tinoco, Costa Kican minister of war. The fighting has been restricted almost entirely to the mountainous country near the Nicaraguan border although skirmishes further south have een reported. The situation is quite obscure, owing to the fact that reports from Costa Rica have been of a conflicting nature. Pun tarenas is a port on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and is the Pacific terminus of the railroad extending across Costa Rica to Port Limon which is the most important harbor on the Atlantic side of the country War Department Without Information About Marines Washington. June 4. No infor mation regarding the reported land ing of American naval ' forces in Costa Rica has reached either the Navy or State departments and Sec retary Daniels said today he doubt ed any landing had been made. If any men were sent ashore they were sailors as 'the only marine detach ment in the vicinity is the legation guard in Nicaragua and officials said it could not be moved without speci fic authority from Washington. Food Surplus Is Large Enough to Supply the World, Says Hoover Paris, June 4. There is a suffi cient surplus of food indicated from the coming harvests to supply Europe and meet the needs of the world unless some unexpected catas trophe happens to the world's har vests, according to a statement is sued today by Herbert C. Hoover, head of the aillied relief organiza tion. The bread budget balances, but the surplus of the American crop of wheat and rye this year will be needed. The statement says that most of the trading in wheat and rye will be in the hands of the gov ernments. Other figures gained from the survey made by the organization and various governments indicate, that the sugar crop in eastern Europe this year will be 65 per cent of pre war normal, the wheat and rye crop 77 per cent and the vegetable har vest about normal. Since the war, it is estimated Europe has lost 18,400.000 cattle, 39,000,000 hogs and 8,600,000 sheep. The statement estimates the Euro pean consumption of wheat and rye at 2,250,000,000 bushels, of which be tween 700,000,000 and 850,000000 bushels will have to be imported. W. J. Flynn to Return To Old Job of Running Down Anarchists (By t'nlversnl Srrvlc.) Washington, June 4. William J. F;ynn, former chief of the United States secret service, who was se lected by Attorney General A. Mit chell Palmer to head the bureau of investigation of the Department of Justice to run aown me anarcnisis ( who placed bombs in a halt dozen easterivcities Monday night, wilt re sume his old position with the gov ernment. Flynn, who has recently been chief of the secret service and police of the railroad administration, is in Washington. For 15 years all mat ters relating to anarchists dealt with by the United States secret service have been cleared through his hands. His appointment is part of a re-organization of the investigation serv ice of the Department of Justice re cently announced by Attorney Gen eral Palmer. Men Arrested Disclaim Ownership to Much Whisky Police officers assigned to the moral squad yesterday arrested John Long, 118 South Twenty-fifth ave nue; II. G. Gilson, 2226 St. Marys avenue; C. E. McLester, Helen apartments, and George Gibson, 118 Soath Twenty-fifth avenue, on a charge of vagrancy. In police court the officers testi fied that the four men came in on a train -from St. Joseph. Unloaded from the same train was five suit cases containing 88 pints of whisky. The officers testified they knew the whisky belonged to the men arrest ed, although they did not claim their baggage. The charge was dismissed by the court on the grounds that the evi dence was insufficient to support the officers' charges. Robbins Elected Member of National Realty Board John W. Robbins was elected a member of the executive committee ot the National Real Estate board, at a meeting of the Omaha Real Estate board, held at the Chamber o" Commerce, yesterday afternoon. Mr. Robbins succeeds C. F. Har rison as member of the executive committee. The Omaha Safety De posit company was elected an ac tive member of the board, and W. Larson, salesman for Tukey & Son, and William Ritt, salesman for Rasp Brothers, were elected associ ate members. Wealthy Woman Murdered in Her California Home Redwood City, Cal., June 4. The body of Mrs. Sara Satira Coburn, beaten to death with a stick, was found today in the bedroom of her ranch home, near Pescadero. She was the widow of Loren Coburn, a millionaire. The only occupant of the house with Mrs. Coburn was her incompe tent step-son, Wallace Coburn, 63 years old. He was found dragging the body. He is unable to talk.' A caretaker, who had charge of the step-son, left the house yester day. Revolutionist Leader In Bavaria Condemned to Die Copenhagen. June 4. Herr Levine of Munich, editor of the Red Flag and a revolutionist leader in Ba varia, has been sentenced to death after a two days' trial, according to a dispatch received here from Munich.' Diamond Announces Increased Mileage Adjustment To Diamond users, and Dia mond dealers - Here's big news From today all Diamond Tires shall be adjusted at higher mileage fabrics 6,000 miles; cord construction 8,000. Furtbermore, the new ad justment applies to every Dia mond Tire of future or past sale, including tires in the hands of user or dealer. Diamond users, and Diamond dealers have long known the big mileage in Diamond Tires the users' own tires. We mark up our adjustment to 6,000 and 8,000 miles for fabrics and cords, respectively, merely to measure out a definite share of the superb mileage that we know the wonderful strength and endurance of Diamond Tires have in them. Omaha Tire Repair Co. HENRY NYGAARD, Prop. 2201 Farnam St Phone Tyler 1552 SQUEEGEE TREAD