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niK TEE: OMAHA. TL'KSDAY. A mil I. 1922.
1 v Mikm Admits $10 MM Oil Hint Transfer to Self Takr Suml'in Federal Court ami l!lain Pajmnit to 11U Aociate, Mif 5lritk1inI. Y XtW.Kry of $510 a i C y Charles O. Si Saw Muanrr. umjrr ansae win. mathn yrtcrlv afternoon by I'niiH Su Attorney Kiralrr at the iniil ri Mucr sn4 Mim Kail. ar Strti kUrttt on a charge of titing tlie mail " lrfraiitl, m tl in it tl that 1e took 4i,0iH xuorth of the oil "unit" thry were selling anJ cavf in radiance only wmc oflire furni ture anH a few oilier thing worth little more Hun $I.J". He ail he gave Mi Striiktaml $i,tKii) worth of the unit when th iiMiiuuy i incorporated. He liad owed her $2,7t"l for a year for coin miimt on a puttilirr of car f toal he oM for hint, he l, Taid Sum in "Courtesy.' "Whv did you iav Itrr J.U)0 nioie than that?" a-ked Mr, Kinster. "hut cotirUsy," aid Mutter. However, testimony on direct ex amination indicated that Mi Strick land, during the 14 month the com pany lasted, drew only $1,255 al prv. though she wit on a nalary of $50 wrrk and earned in th.it time $.',850. She left the remainder in because the crnmianv needed money. "tuber .n'l he allowed Inmtelt a month and the tame crner. vice president of the company. A remarkable exhibit broiifjlit up yesterday was a list of overdrafts al iened to have been paid to salesmen which tic concern had scattered over a large part of the country. Range from $100 to $800. Thee alleged overdrafts ranged from $100 to $K00 for each salesman. Under cross-examination by Kinsler. Musser admitted that many of the salrsmen had never cold a unit. "They were always writing in to me and saying they were about to cloe big deals," lie said. The case will probably take most of this week. Red iek Rules Against Skinner Stockholders District Judge Rcdick refused yes terday to allow two stockholders of the Skinner Manufacturing company to rescind stock subscriptions and have approximately $12,500 returned to them, holding that they had liroiurht their suits too late. T'-s stockholders, Hugo Krcnz and J. Van Ackcren, of Humphrey, Neb., brought the suits, alleging misrepre sentation, in June, 1920. They did not ask for the return of their money unitl August, 1921. Omahan Taken to Ithaca as Bank Robbery Suspect George Harold, 2049 Howard street, alleged to be a member of a bandit gang that robbed a bank at Ithaca, Neb., was taken to Ithaca yesterday afternoon by Gus Hyers, state sheriff. ' fo1 60 f,e'-v" Harold declared. "IkW.v-all of the' accused men well, but on the day of the bank raid I was at work here in Omaha." Tenant Sues Realty Man , for Tumble Down Trap Jennie Rose brought suit yesterday for $46,000 against Henry F. Wyman, real estate dealer, for .alleged injuries she sustained when she fell through a trap door in a cafe building she rented from Wyman at 2008 Farnam street. APPLIED Psychology 8 Free Lectures -by-America's Greatest Orator DR. B.OUSS1 Author of v Will Power and Succosa 8:15 O'clock P. M. AU.DITORIUM April 6th to 13th " Inclusive Thursday's Subject: "The Function of the Sub conscious Mind." "Psychological Law of Sug gestion." Friday: "What Is Love? How to Keep It How to Change Your Position. How to Overcome Failure and Environment." EVERYONE INVITED M. C. Taylor Joins Bee j Nebraska Solon Advertising Staff r v Merle C. Taylor. Merle C. Tilor. rculent of the Omaha Lion tint) and tliptity dis trict governor of Lion' ilul fur Ncbraika, who reigned advrtU ing manager of the Omaha U.iily News Saturday, ha joined the ad vertising department of The Oinalu Mr. Taylor was iointn.li l wit't the News fur live years, a advcriU ing manager for two and cmr-luU years, lie formerly vta rnijamd in newspaper work in - Denver ami 1'ueblo. Say McGinty Tried to Violate Court Order Frank M. McGinty, wealthy rial estate man, who served a jail tern: for contempt of court in connection with his wife's suit for divorce and who since aked a change of venue because he said District Judge Sears is prejudiced. ha tried to collect rents which had been ordered paid to the court, according to complaint which reached District Judge Leslie yesterday. Judge Leslie ordered three more tenants of McGinty to pay their rent to the court. The money is to go to Mrs. McGinty as temporary alimony. . Car anil Garage Rum Wahoo, Neb., April 3. (Special.) Fire destroyed the seven-passenger car and garage on the Dick Virgil farm, five miles northeast of here. It is believed the fire started from the storage battery. Loss was estimated at $1,500. Raps ItKiilarfem of New England Giii;:rt-iiutt RmW, !?ek in; Re fore Rotuii Chamber of Commerce, Make Plea for Hroiiil VWon. Ho.ton, April 3. (Special Trie cum ) Krprr.rnUtive I. Frank t'eaxi of the Firt congressional di Irict of Nebraska, in an addre be fore the Uumhrr of Commerce of l'.iii.iu toniuht took occasion to prod ntirn of New I'ngUntf upon their in.iiUri.m. and their droire a have thinii their oun way, without re gard to the ohvioti right of othrri In a ktirring plea for lei provin culi.iti and a broader viruoiiit. Mr. Hrju. auiMiig other thmgi. said: "tomptaiut i being made that ruttgrrx i ratidly brcomuiit the representative of bloc and special mirrri, and that legitlator con cern themelve more with groupj and clae than thev do with the nation a a whole. With such com plants I am in accord. Washington is filled with national organisations tepresrttline claet of onr people. , r.u li of which i druiandiug egnla ; tiou to aid its uartirelar croup with out regard to the etfeet on general welfare. The government of the 1'nited States justifies its existence only when it protects all of its citi zen in ctpul opportunities: it pros titutes its purpose when it favors one cl.is at the eupcnse of another. Says Groups Are Reflection. "Congress by breaking up into groups oulv reflects the action of lour people, and it action in that re gard is but the logical and inevitable consequence of a similar tendency long since noticeable among the peo ple, but reaching alarming propor tions only in recent years. Now hers have I noticed this tendency more than in the congressmen from New Kngland and the east. Bills designed to aid the great agricultural sections meet with almost the unanimous op position of those who represent you in Washington. "I do not sneak of class legislation Unit of general legislation. Things you demand for yourselves you seek to deny us. As an instance let mc cite the tariff bill recently passed by the house. The entire representa tion from the middle west supported a tariff on goods manufactured from leather, for which action your rep resentatives complimented them for their patriotism and broad vision. Cut when the proposition to put a tariff on hides, which is our product and 'out of which leather goods ari made, was idvanced. New fnsUiid ! oppo.rj t by both i)te U4 lour. set Harm in provincialism, "li I time for you la open your , rye and see this gieat country lying out yonder in the quiet place., lu vecatmii is fundamental in the na tion' life Without ii product not only would your market be tie-; stroyed. but your ery eitcuce i would be menaced. ' l' prosperity is a condition precedent o your prosperity, and the eastern rrpresen-: tative who srekt to discriminate! against u I iullirted with a provin riatisni which will work injury to his own people, "1 am just as proud of Poton and New York as yu are, I am glad that they are Anieruan cities. 1 have boasted of them inordinately at times. But have you ever been curiou a to whence come the the things which make for your greatness, How many of your hum ming looms would be leut were it not for the farms I have visited your great cotton and grain ex changes but always with the thought that the real cotton and grain ex changes were in the south and west, where man' work begins with the first flush or dawn in the east and end only when the start swing out at night. I.rt him whom I represent cease from his labors for 12 mouths and your greatness and your glory will be a memory, and the bats and owl will inhabit your exchanges. 'Bear in mind always that the wonderful thing is neither New York nor Boston; the wouderfut thing is this mighty countrv of our which makes Boston and New York neces sary, and of whose diversified ac tivities your cities are but mere inci dents. It might be well to become acquainted with it. Contagious Diseases Fewer Here This Year Health department records show marked decrease of communicable diseases reported last month, as com pared with March, last year. Coin parative March figures follow: Diphtheria 24 40 Smallpox ft C'hickenpox .15 75 Scarlet fever 0 M Measles L" 77 Mumps 87 35 Whooping cough ...... 2 12 Cercbro spinal meningi tis t i Typhoid fever 1 0 Krysipelas 0 6 Oil Totals .277 Dr. Archibald Brown Dies. London, April 3. The Rev. Archi bald Brown, widely-known Baptist clergyman, died at Easton. lie was at one time president of the London Baptist association and was the founder of a number of Baptist tabernacles. Reliable Gas Range t L. I U-Knll I '-If C58) . equipped with "LORAIN" Oven Heat Regulator the gas range of exclusive features RELIABLE "ANGURON" is the only gas range now made that has an unbreakable in destructible "ANGLIR0N" (drawn and tempered steel) - frame insuring strength, rigidity and durability to an extent unattainable with any other type of construction. The "ANGLIROIT parts present a surface smooth as glass, are fin ished in a beautiful ebony black and are cleansed just as readily as the white porcelain enameled and nickel-plated parts by simply passing a cloth over them. RELI ABLE"ANGLlR0N"gas ranges are now to be had equipped with the greatest improvement ever perfected in gas range construe tion, viz.: . The "LORAIN" Oven Heat Regulator a very simply constructed and most easily operating device by the us of Which an-'guess-worTc" when baking and all "pot-watching" when cooking are eliminated. This wonderful new feature guar antees perfect results in baking and cooking, saves times, labor, worry and fuel. Come in and let us demonstrate the great desirability, utility, conve nience and economy of the RELI ABLE "ANGURON gas range with the XORAIN" Oven Heat Regulator. This Great Cooking Invention Will Be Demonstrated Tuesday and Wednesday At 10 a. m. the factory representative) will start an entire meal in the Lorain" Heat Regulated Oven, and dinner will be ready to serve at 1 p. m. Come in and let us tell you all about it. Gas Department 1509 Howard St. Douglas 0605 a T'l l VA II I f 1 1 1 LrVr l l 4 , ! sri m wr.m. , u'l i 1 a mil tm. n. i n r w Si m ti. v.,rt-r m m i 1 i tj 11 m v a s i" J 1,1 11 I I Lfl ' r O, .TTTT.ii.,; vi; i .'; !,,. ' !!"" ; !!i ."IH"! ."ST "Ti. T.iiPSa 'ff ! Wl 1 W l"-iT.,.;gJ:-.?1 JTfL iCwjklKMTt77n ZTHiTl l: m mm rKYw i l.i ii a.i i I Bk mm n in Sale of Women's Knit Underwear t fin inn i Cotton Union Suits With bodice, band, regulation and pin bar top; lace trimmed; sizes 3G to 44; special, per suit, 1 grata wmi vg' 39c Women't Veu Fine cotton sleeveless vests in band, bodice or regulation top. White or pink. Sizes 3G to 44. Worth 39c to 65c, each 29c .Women' Mercerized Hoae With ribbed or hemmed tops, seam back, double soles, heels and toes. In black, white or cordovan. Imper fects of 39c quality, per pair 15c Basement Arcade More About Purchasing Power In another trtUlo we mKI that "Purthiia( Por" It a runiprt lieiisivd term. Iti liilr.! to a rcuiil tntituli.n it nirn: An oruttij tinn wrll tlvt'oMt to liKnitf lnrk'ui.ii wherever thry nuy lu in the market ( ih worhl; rh fmymeiit in onler to oliin w prii'fMi furititirti far htimlliiu' mifrilmii.lii in littge lot j Mbihty to reecijrttijie tins vtno of the "burtmlit" uffered; vnuipment tr thorough examination of entire utot ki us well t of fumple. Rut there U eomethini! more to tlin (inn Prchi'nf Powr. It Iim a brornl and importitnt applieiition to all nierilmmlibo ami In that retjnH't often operate withnut action by our vwn firm. The comminial worM well umli'r Manili tho capacity of thli atore ami manufaeturera are par. tieularly anxiouit that their pooila be KanJIeil by larjre retire. acntHtive iiiHtitutionv The renult in that in all lin of mtnliandit manufac turera ar conlinualljr ikin Th Brandeia Slsra til an out. let for their products. BecauKo this lit true The Rramleis Store hat big advantage in lha acquiremant of all Una of newly created goods. It will be readily uiulettool why the manufacturer! of products of distinction rc xcalou in neekinir tho aloro of representntive atandinir as the beat outlet for their jrnoda. Thus tho newest in fashion, tha latest in creative art, and the beat in material may be obtained at th ator recogniied throughout th commercial world aa th establishment having th greatest aelling capacity. It soei without sayiiic that in Omnha that is Tho Brandcis Store. By the same token, new fashion, late creations, excellent material! are, at this institution, invariably accompanied by low prices. J. L. BRANDE1S & SONS. 3000 Yards of Genuine Rippletfte, 29c Sale of Infants' Wool Hose 29c? Pair Mercerized heel and toe, full length, slightly imperfect, sizes 4 to 6 regularly 39c; in this sale, 90a per pair, LuC Third Floor East rm Ala Clocks 69c Guaranteed time piece; 1.50 value; (ZQ each, D5C Main Floor East Crash Toweling Main Floor West Sale of Extension Curtain Rods Made of heavy tubing, curved or brass ball ends; worth 35c; each, 12V2C "Kirach" and "Never Sag Peerleia" Flat Extension Rods 1 Q' 40c values; each, C Limited Quantities. ' Sixth Floor East Brandeis Restaurants Serve Business Mens Luncheon in the Men's Grill, 60c Take Express Elevators to Tenth Floor Women's Silk Gloves 75' A washable fabric that requires no ironing the ripple is woven in and not produced by acids, therefore satisfaction is insured. Its peculiar weave is extremely desirable, al ways retaining a crinkled surface. We offer this fabric in white, checks and stripes-in assorted colors. Tuesday on the Main Floora very special offering of 3,000 yards; per yard, Main Floor East 29c 18 inches wide, full bleached. Diue Dorder; just the thing for kitchen towels; 18c value; per yard , Limit of 10 yards to a customer. 10c Two-qlasp styles; samples and seconds of the better qualities; pure silk and double tipped fingers. These gloves come in black, white, and colors; all sizes, but not every size in each color; per pair, , 73c Main Floor North Tuesday Continuing Our Great ilks With Prices 20 fo to 50 Lower Than Regular Prices Read This Price List and Note the Values Natural Pongee 32 inches wide; 12-mommie Jap anese quality; splendid for drapes; per yard, Crepe de Chine 40 inches wide ; a complete range of colors; all purposes; per yard, Georgette Crepe 40 inches wide; all colors; heavy weight; per yard, Baronet Satin 40 inches wide ; all shades ; , for skirts ; per yard, Crepe Knit and Crepone 36 and 40 inches wide; good range of colors; per yard, Satin Faille 24 inches wide ; Copen and Japan blue; per yard, 95c 1.09 1.59 2.79 2.79 79c Heavyweight Pongee 24 inches wide; 20 mommies; ngnt width tor window sash; per yard, Navy Swiss Taffeta 3ff inches wide ; for dress purposes; per yard, White Tub Silk Launders perfectly; 36 inches wide ; per yard, Crepe Satin 40 inches wide; street colors; soft and drapey; per yard, Canton Crepe 40 inches wide; street shades; for dresses ; per yard, Main Floor Center 79c 1.49 1.59 2.79 2.79 Ml i