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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. APRIL 4. 1922.
Mayor Dalilman Called to Stand in Davis Trial lrlifif ill Hrli.il f of Womau Who Claim to He Moth. r uf Hiiu Tai Driier. Mayor Jamrs C. Uahlmait testi fied in foi)iiy court ytrrd4y that de stir .Nanm V. tWiuiiif) Davis tr I fi and always understood that Mrs, Une Urestialuti was hit uioilirr. Mrs. Itronaiiail U tUilttiiie a share of tlir $I.V0 cUc of Davi who was killed iiiytrriouly near IimimI Island Ut year. " 'S ingic,' a 1 knew hint, live! Ittit - a Uw lliwk from nty home.' said t lie mayor. "He ucil to brini; me rtiiiH that I bought from lii luotlirr." Uai' fatl.rr it ffctcitcl to nc In OiimIu today lo face Mrs. Brcs Kalian in the court room. According lo I". J. Southard, counsel ir widow of the slain man. Davis declare tlut Mr. llreMialun i not the mother .f Winnie." Davit and Mrs. Bresnahan Are Di vorced. Tony Datnato, father of Mike Da tuato, mIio wat convicted of the mur der of, i'rank I-'ogx. testified that ho irniryi a lioue at KIJ South Twenty '""ih street to "W ingic" and Mrs. .irrsnnidii. mini was ijhi umi he uas "Wingii'V uioilirr. Oilier vtilnrs;r who testified similarly were I. liarigtit. Will I er Kuu and Lena Tigh. On the Maud for almost five hour, Mr. Itrcuahaii, who now live in Oklahoma City, gave testi mony to jroe Iter motherhood of WingieI Cut Freight Kates to Sac $.10,000 ou Sugar in Umaha If reduced shipping rates being sought by C. E. t'hildc, nianaycr of the Chamber of Commerce traf fic bureau, are obtained for Omaha it will mean a saving of practically $.10,(X)0 a year on sugar shipped into Omaha. Hm liiiRton, la.; shipper met with iutrrtate commerce examiners yes terday in an effort to have rates on sugar into Hurlington reduced 6 1-2 cents a hundred pounds. Mr. Childc, representing Omaha shippers, is at tending the hearing and will tell the examiner that the competition in Omaha is the same and will ask for the same reduction. According to Mr. Childc, 700 cars of sugar come into Omaha annually pud the saving would amount to about fid a car. V. ocalional 1 raining Vet Objects to Paying Board John Barrett, 5135 Walnut street, lias complained to government offi cials against paying $49 a mouth board and room at Bcllcvue voca tional, scbol for exservice men out of his $152.50 vocational training ''aSJ'UC.u. lie might as well just pay carfare, to and trom the city aim live with his family. Regulations require that he live at Bellevue. Bar rett suffered rheumatism, defective sight and hearing from his service in France w ith the 314th ammunition train, he says. Brief City News SLEEPY- TIME, TALES THE TALE OF THE MULEY COW ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY mil. hut lie the hint. (CafMiikt. i;n CHAPTER XV. Carrying Message. After Taddy Muakrat and hit wife talked to her about sunstrokes, the Muley Cow tried to keep in the hade during the rest of the day. Toward evening, who should come trotting out of the wood but Tom- imply iMn1 UU llrv Dicmuow Following Charges Ha saw that she couldn't quite sag yea my I on When he noticed the Mul ey Cow (as lie soon did, for the wind told hint where she was) he turned aside to speak to her. ( lie inquired carefully about her health, said that be hoped she was enjoying the tme weather, and remarked final ly that he was glad to met her be cause it would save him a trip to the farmyard. "That is" Tommy added, "if you don't mind carrying a message for me." The Muley Cow had always heard that the Fox family was terribly sly and tricky. Still, Tommy was most polite. Kcally, she didn't like to sav no. He saw that she couldn't quite sav yes. "It doesn't matter," he told her carelessly. "There's the little red cow over there. I know she'll be glad to oblige me." That was just the thing to make the Muley Cow want to do bis er rand. "I'm sure I should be delighted to accommodate you," she told Tommy Fox. "Give mc your message. And when I go home this evening I'll deliver it." "It's for the young gobbler, Tur key Troudfoot," Tommy Fox ex plained. "Please tell him that a ccntleman wishes to meet him by the stone wall tonight, as soon as it grows dark." "Vcrv well! said the Muley Low. "I'll tell Turkey rroudfoot that I saw you and I'll give him your mes sage. "Oh! PItase don't mention my rHILDREirS COLDS should not b "dosed." Treat them externally with Vaporub Omt 17 Million Jm Uttd YtaHg stir- Cow tsJt- name!" Timmy Fox begged her. "Just iy, gentleman." You tc, it's to be a nurprWe . . . You know everybody likei urpri"ei." ht added, at lie grinned at the Muley Cow in the mot innocent way, Mie remembered that she had liked urprie hcuelf when she wa. vuunger. So the agreed to give Tur key I'roudfoot the meac exactly ;. Tommy Fox had told it to her. And be did. When milking time came, and Johnnie Green and old dog Spot drove the cowi home, down the long lane that led to the barn, tnd the Muley Cow law Turkey rroudfoot strutting about the farm yard, she told him lometbiug. She told him that a slim, red gentleman with a bushy tail and a harp noc ivantrd to see him near the Hone ,n r nichtfall. "lie ha a nrise for you." the Muley jdded. The moment he heard the message Turkey Proudfoot'a tail drooped, and lc forgot to strut. He even shook slightlv. as if something had fright ened him. And then, to the Muley Cow's astonishment, he began to gobble at her. . 1 , . "You ought to be ashamed rl yourself, trying to get mc into trouble w ith Tommy I-ox I be scolded. The Mulev Cow was still more amazed. She hadn't mentioned Tommy Fox's name; and she could n't understand how Turkey rroud foot had guessed who the gentleman a. Besides, she wondered why Turkey I'roudfoot was angry. Tom my Fox was such an agreeable per son that she felt sure he must have planned a very pleasant surprise. It appeared that Turkey I'roudfoot had quitte a different notion. It was so different that he didn't even dare to roost in the tree in front of the barn that night, but crowded right into the henhouse. The hens made a great fuss and ordered him KIU Cominittrf Aij;ii i alrnif ii iti liunJ liauiuaigti j The executive committee, uf me nikV bond selling irg4iii4tion met eifrdy with the $ canum ei the campaign, to aign the JM) sales men who hate agreed to work dur ing the week of April 2 to idl ing Sl.Oud.uuO worth of mortage bonds for erection of a new flVi club Duiitlmg at the outiift tor ntr of I- ighteenth and Dodge streets. Omaha Dot-tori Hrfutri Sum to Testify in Arhurlle (ac Because he treated Virginia b'appe for an illiif.i in W. Dr. Charles I', Barnes. Omaha physician, ha been summoned by the defense to testify in the Arbuckle trial in San Francisco. He ha refused. Al though he wa offered a Urge um. he raid, "I don't want to get nnxed up in such a ca.e." Jtulgo Day III District Judge L. B. Day U con fined to his home with a severe cold. SLOAN'S EASES PAD) RELIEVES THE ACHE TORMENTING, agonuuflg rheu matic achea are quickly relieved by Sloan'a Liniment. Apply it freely, without rubbing and you will feel a condoning tense of warroib and relief. . . Good also for rheumatism, acutica, muscles, stiff jointi.baclcaclK.iuain sprains and weather exposure. Don't let pain lay you up. Keep Sloan's Liniment handy and at the tutC lign of an ache or pain, use it. For forty yean, Sloan's has been the world's pain and ache liniment. Sloan'a Liniment couldn't keep its) many thou sands of friends if it didn't nuke good. Ask your neighbor. At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. SHa Liniment Do You Own a Peat Bog or a Big Pine Forest? If so the fuel question doesn't bother you. Most folks have to consider the best and cheapest way to heat their home3 with 'fuel they can buy. If you are in that class, we want you to give a thought to that quick-heating, economical Arkansas Semi-Anthracite known to coal buyers as RADIANT BLOCK Try aome for those cold, damp spring days. Four Yards to Serve You Updike Lumber & Coal Co. 4500 Dodge Street CttlzeiiMlilp Revoked Citizenship papers granted Hersyl Keldman were revoked ' by District Judge 'Scars yesterdny. A. H. Bode, natural ization examiner, having charged they were gained by fraud. ' Xo Fires for 30 Hours No Are i alarm was registered in Umaha dur--ing 80 hours after 1:30 Sunday morning, according to Fire Chief "Salter, who declared such was an un usual condition in the cit,y for this time of year. " Convict 1'lcks .Toll Luther Keifr man, who robbed District Judge Day, was taken to state prison yesterday. Ueisman wrote Warden Fenton he had learned the pressing trade in the Indiana penitentiary and asked that he be placed at his old trade. Open Tcarliers' Bureau J. Tt. Al len of Kargo. N. D.. is in Omaha lo establish a branch office of the Fargo Teachers' bureau. He an nounces that offices have been obtain ed in the Karbach block and that A. F. tiildemeister will be local mana ger. I'ostal Rts?lits liK-rcnse March postal receipts for the Omaha popt offlce increased $34,511.73 over Feb ruary, according to figures compiled by Postmaster Charles Black. The semi-annual sale of unclaimed pos tal goods will be held at the north -elde of the federal building April 10. . GoodfcllowshiD Liunobeon Old and new members of the Chamber ot Commerce were welcomed yester day noon by the goodfellowship committee at luncheon. J. T. Dy- sart. chairman, presided. W. W. Head and J. D. Larson spoke. All ,past presidents of the chamber sat at the speakers taotes. ' Suicide ; Thwarted Steve Nolan, ' 65. police character, attempted sui cide yesterday morning by placing "his head between two pickets of a fence behind a grocery at Sixteenth and Nicholas streets, and then hold ling his feet from the ground. Tass ershy released him and police put :him'in jail. Ora-nge Shipment Seized The federal government seized yesterday 462 boxes of oranges shipped from .the Riverside Heights Orange Grow ers' associationa to the Californl , Fruit Growers' exchange of Omaha, of which O. C. Tlmmens is district .manager. The government charges that the oranges, were frozen. I Faces Second Trial Floyd Churchill will go to trial a second time April 10 for the robbery of the Strand theater last September when two bandits bound the watchman, broke open the safe and ed with $2,000 loot. The juryin Churchill's first trial disagreed and was dis charged. lllirninr Tios "Alii." dean and tpsdor of the city alligators, died Sunday night in his coop at fire sta tion Nn. fi. where he and eight com- nanions had been wintering. Fred Heitfeld. park department expert, - uid "Alii" died of starvation be- hn awoke too early irom ms winter sleep and naa not Deen iea, To Study In Europe Dr. J. VT. n,.ncan. 30 Parte avenue: ur. vv. w-nl.-ntt. 11 -t South Twenty-eighth street, and Dr. Floyd S. Clarke. 5110. Chicago street, leave Omaha Monday to sail from New Tork April 15 for Europe, where they will continue itost-eraduate studies in their re spective snecalities at London and Vienna. Mrs. Clark viu accom pany her husband. They expect to latum to Omaha, et August, fWWLYi i W.V.V.V 5 llV,.w.vWAWvwA,AV,'.VMv.,. The Smartest Complete Easter Outfit m. In our store S win oe awaroeo lo some man or woman . m "i Absolutely Free fmm No Purchase Necessary On Saturday Evening, April 15th. , 2 Ask Any Salesperson for Full Details. WSSV.WsWAVAPW.VAW.WiVAV.SV New Easter Wraps J 1 5 I I With the most extraordinary dis play of new wraps to greet you and all priced in a manner that will delight you, now is the logical time to make selections. We'll arrange easy terms tor you. t "' $29. 75 $34.50 $39.50 $49.50 All the favored fabrics all colors all styles we'll consider it a pleasure to show you these wraps. Polo and Sport C OA TS Jaunty, smart styled polo and port coats plaid backs double face coatings tweeds and other .favored fabrics. Buy them on our ?asy payment plan. $ ,v.v 1 if : OASO fOQSO i i 1417 DOUGLAS STREET vv.v.v A juiy li'iins a suit brought by tde J, U ll'i't company Ssiul J, U Idatt lor allrs4 to have heen wultliel4 from a real rti deal by Han. was diMiurged in district ceurt ftrrJay kteq Iliail to!J ttif court It Iu4 bfn hmovM by one i the jurors offering to sin me mam in m ior ur a sikci (irJ sum ii money. The accuse jmor's name as not divloc4 but Judas Suul'rr ordcrej an incti aanon. tuimrd a nnii.n lo s ith- draw the juror, am) (JiHliargnl the panel saotti In March Juus Stauiicr questioned tlic juror private I). He JciiifJ knoHing llisn, lfniu I'ttcific Official File Petition for l)iort'e Notm D. liallantine, sitpctiiiteiiJ. rut of iransporuiion ol the I'uion IViiic system, biouKht suit yester day for Jiorcc from Its wife, Said Battaiitinr, cut grounds tl drrrlion I'slUutme tt$t in bis prtitiiu that In w ife? deserted bint lo )eis ago, Mie is riots' livirf in lliicsgt. lliry ie one n, 10 tear old He aKo rbargri her with riurlty 'the niliiiiiir were tuarrted Nj vembrr 7, lll. Bnairgess-Naslh Comnpaimy In the Downstairs Store TuesdayA Remarkable Sale of New Spring Dresses n y75 The fact that you have a dress in mind is I he only incentive you need to bring you to this sale, especially when we tell you that these dresses are beautifully fashioned ot Canton Crepe Crepe de Chine Wool Jertey Taffeta Krepe Knit Fiber Knit New and desirable styles are made with either long or short sleeves. There are both light and dark shades in trimmed and tailored models. Sizes for women and misses, Bnrtm-Nuh Dawnstelrs Store SUN IS tm St. Domestics Table Oil Cloth Good patterns in light and dark shades; quality that will OAO ..fc7 19' give service; per yard. Cheviot Shirting In the popular gray coloring, with neat stripes; an ex cellent quality; per yard 39-in. Dress Voiles . A good quality Voile in both light and dark colors; at- QQf) tractive patterns; yard..aVv 63-in. Sheeting "Dwlght Anchor" Sheeting in a quality that will give lasting service; yard, Pillow Cases 42x36 Inch size with hemstitched ends. Limit of six to a customer. Each.. 36-in. Cretonne Beautiful quality in rich and ef fective designs; moder ately priced; yard. Curtain Net A fine mesh that will launder well, and give excellent OC service; price, per yaTd.. OO Turkish Towels Generous sized Towel with neatly hemmed ends; special price, each.... Pillow Tubing Round thread quality, without filling or dressing; 45-in. OQe) width; per yard......... 0 Burcesi-Naih Downstairs' Store 49 25 39 19' Oar Third Special Infants' Soft Sole Shoes Infants' soft sole Shoes and ankle strap Pumps in a great many colors and color combinations. Some of them have slight imperfections that in no way impair the comfort or wearing qualities. Limit of three pairs. Sizes 0 to 4. Pair 29C Barfws-Nub Downstairs Store ' Special Values Damask Table Cloihs Odd Cloths and Cloths that are slightly soiled are offered at great price reduction. All are of excellent quality and attrac tive design; in breakfast, lunch eon and dinner size. Wonder values 75' to 95 Burcess-Nash Downstairs Store Boys' Suits $885 $995 We have Just received a new line of Boys' Spring Suits in blue serge and all wool mix tures. Each suit is made with two pairs of knickerbockers that are fully lined. Sizes 7 to 17. Boys' Knickers School pants. Sizes 7 to 17. $1.25 to $1.75 Men's Spring Caps New tweeds and ' mix tures. All sizes. $1.00 Boys' Shirts 95c Neat striped patterns in percale and madras. Some have attached col lars, others are in neck band styles. All are well made shirts. Special, 95c. BorrcM-Kash Downstairs Store Infants' Shoes Pair 89c Several hundred pairs of infants' first step Shoes and ankle strap Pumps, in a great many styles and colors. Some of them are slightly imper fect, others are a little soiled, but all are good values. Sizes 2 to 5 years. Buivess-Nasb Downstairs Store Cotton Knickers Pink cotton Knickers for the young miss; all sizes Pair 19c Gauze Vests Women's sizes, light weight cotton; priced Each 10c Bnisa-Nah Downstairs Store Women's Hose . Black cotton stockings with double toes and heels, 9. 3 Pairs 25c ' Bnrcess-Nash Downstairs Store Kiddies' Socks White with fancy tops; colors with contrasting tops, 19, 3 Pairs 50c ' Bars-ess -Nash Downstairs Store Tuesday A Sale of Coats and Capes $ Wide flare coats, and loose swinging capes, fashioned in a multitude of styles and colors. Brilliant linings add a dash of color; material of contrasting tone is effectively combined. Made of Trettlaine Velour Tricotine La Yama On some models silk thread embroidery forms elaborate trimming others are tailor trimmed tan, rookie, navy and eopen. Women and misses' sizes, 16 to 44. Borcess-5ash Downstairs Store A Limited Number Blouses 2forlo White voile Blouses, lace and embroidery trimmed. Somo of these tub Bloiif'JS are slightly soiled, but every one is a real bar gain. Limit of 6 to a cus tomer. Burgess-NmIi Dowwtlalra Sters Specials Tolliklesn, 3 cans for 30c 8wift Classlo Soap, 3 bars for 10e Swift's Cream Laundry Soap, 3 bars for 10o Swift's Pride Soap, I bars for 10o No deliveries, phone calls, C. O. P.'s or mail orders. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Burffss-JiBsh Downstairs Store Blue Serge Yard 65c 36 inch navy blue storm serge of good firm weave, suitable for suits, dresses, wraps and skirts. Priced at 65c yaTd. Biuv-Nash Downstairs Store Silk Poplins Yard 95c 36-inch silk warp poplins, new Jacquard weaves Mn sport shades, also black, brown and navy blue. A good wearing quality. , Burcess-Nash Downstairs -Store Chiffon Taffetas Yard $1.79 36-inch fine Chiffon Taffetas in brown, blue and black. A very exceptional value when priced at $1.79 yaTd. Biiftres-Itash Downstairs Store Corsets $1.95 Renso Belt Corsets in me dium and ' low bust styles. In 'all sizes 24 to 36. Special, at only $1.95. Burress-'ash Downstairs Store Notions Rick-rack Braid, a good qual ity, an wiatns, Doit.....10o Cotton Tape in Mack "and white, 3 yd. bolt, 3 bolts 10o Coata Thread, in black, white and colors, special dozen 58c Boxea cf Notions, a few boxes left, to close out at, each Buttons, one big lot in every kind and all sizes, cart,..5e Darning Cotton, Colling bournes fast colored, aU colors, ball ..2o Human Hair Nets, single mesh, medium size, all col ors, dozen 50 Garters, of strong elastic for women and children, pair 10c Barg.-Nh Downstairs Stero Toilet Goods Persian Pink Toilet 8oap, 5 bars for 25e Talcum Powder,' assorted, rose,' violet, corylopsls and baby talcum can Rose Blossom Glycerine Scap, 3 bars for 2Sc Perfume, Tooth Brushes, Slipper Spoons, Compact Powder (white, pink and bru nette) choice at 10e Bursess-Nash Downstairs Store r