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THK HKK: OMAHA. SATIT.DAY, AMU. 1. IW2.
iXorris to Oppose
Fords Offer for
ltrlurn From l'rji
(!tnitlrif Work Already
By li. C SNYDER.
Waklmtiiluii, lrili M "iSi'i'iij!
Tclrjiiaui -!riiior ,uif", dun
u.n u( the sm(c i ttluiii tUe ,
riruliurr, lio ait'iiijMi'ii"l iiirmlwfs
oi the nnncultnul lomiiniw ul ill
matt jiii'i li"ii; in an ii;u hij'hmi
v Murt- MunU. rttunirJ i-t Wli
ntiiuii n 'l j v
. Senator Nnriii lirlinf. Oir
trnment liuuM at once tvinplitc the
tiuildtiitf ( tlir ilim ami toe instal
lation rl iiiitrtiini rv ill Millie
Nu.al ll will uU- $.'.Vmki,i)iki tl.t
ii. h id, Itut llui amount ran be
spread mrr tlirie )tar.
To rl uli.it the, Kow riuiii nt tut
i 1 1 v r t c 1 in the enurprue t
filing like it rot irirc wtttit4 he ut
terly wiMiiIile, lie declared.
Says Equipment on Ground.
Vc have JO inilr of uilrnad
track, hounei and machinery, gnat
reinent tilatit to be u d in the build
liiir of the dam, copper dam in iui
tion to Lrfin vork at once, army en
gineers on the ground and ail the
equipment needed for the immed
iately resumption of operation," aid
"In my judgment a very great
mistake Mould be made iithe
enimeiit failed to complete the dam
at Musrle Shoals."
Mr. Norrii very emphatically said
lie would oppose Ilcnry Ford's prop
edition to take Suer the Muscle
Shoals project on the term he sub
mitted to Secretary Weeks.
"They would hae to be material
ly clianecd to get my support." he
said. I'For some of the terms are
. jrvrfv iinnnisihte. Thcv are so tied '
- - - - -
up uiifi the V.'rir riser project
4 ! a .drtclntiic power cmtipsny
i ill Hhiiti tttneral tofth!s, I am luUI,
, is jl.lf ri.lr.J, tiut l would like a
;..;,,. I'V intelligent f nniutttte tt
I pjij'e intrrtu.
Favors CompUtinc c( Dora.
My ju Uinrni i. that t rowpUie
tlie tlam at JUul Mici! and then,
svf.eii fuipplet'd. rltci'U helu?r th
jimeriinirm IsoiiM utdne the pover
U hit h it Hill piittld tr !l p"-tt-
Mptal t luritKT divelup it
hnuinr Xirri .,d he would caU
a mrriMiii i' l ilie i-'iiiiiiiiit e oil iri
tiiliui ii-.tily, and the pirraun
of (lit iiinnl)ci who a trtiiipanird luni
m the ttip 10 Mu!e UoaU would
hr laid l"e it. ,
lie lt bid he fai"itd onViin
an Miuemlnirni to the ari"jr bill r"
mIii!i( ..r an appropriation ( J7.
iMt.mo i,r the irumpion of woik
oil Tie ,i. !r ?MuaI UJlit.
Mar-li.il Kci ajilurr Mjii
Vk ho Ks4'4iifl Thu Yean Ago
lm.tii. March 31 Two )ear
aiit l-'iank Mn m sentenced by
timer luditt K. M. Land's to serve
,i jrar in federal prioii at l-faven-
worth. for the theft of a parte! tot
I aekase and 1 bonus Uoonan. deputy
rmted Mates marshal, was imen the
I tak of dilivniiiK him to prnou an
j'horitie. .Near Kansas City, the
! i.n-r idiiuited through a tar win
; dt'wii and ecaied.
during the noon ruli hour, A pe
i!rtian sliptH'd and clutched the
t'eputy tnarohal f-r suppoit. As the
man regained hi et there was mu
tual recognition. It was Morris and
Itoowiii will aeain start for Leaven
worth with him.
Humor of Attempt
to "Shake Uown'
To AgntU of CliiUmi' So
rifty Pist'bargfd I ullonutg
In c f tipatioti of Coiiilin t
He fore Trial.
l ltrt'tf Mn Sevrrcly Hurt
an Flane IliU Smokestack
Macon. Ca., March 31. W. L.
I ishsr of (Tiicago, Kay Rouudtrce
of Kansas City. Mo., and J. J Costa
of Anthony, Kan,, were severely if
not fatally injured late today when
tliir airplane crashed into a WWoot
smokestack at the Macon, Dublin
and Savannah railroad shops, caught
fire and fell in the yards between
two railroad trains.
New Yotk, Maith .'t.A ihaige
that agent for the Children's ! ty
sought tu "shake down'' Tex Kickard
for j.MMo bcioie 1. 1 recent tn-l
and aciuiital on complaint of a 15-star-old
girl and a counter-charge
'that the affair was concocted to
'create a favorable atmophere for
! the accused promoter during hi
trial, were rcortei as iimiuet in
the suspension of two agents of the
'Ihe report was iMied by Assis
tant District Attorney 1'icora who
prosecuted I'ickaid. He said the
mjHIiiuii of the two agents Ii.iJ
brrn atinoumrd to him by (kneral
Mauacer Coulter of the society. The
suspension was for "failure to re
pot t what appeared to he an attempt
to shake down RicUrd," l'ecora, de
clared he bad been iiilormed.
l'ccora said that he understood the
aueut were snspcaded for deliber
ately withholding the facts of their
meeting with Rickard.
This meeting was in a saloon
February 27, according to an ac
count of it which l'ccora said was
given to him during the recent trial
hy William Kelhrher, agent for the
Children's society. Kullcher's story,
he said, was that Rickard met four
of the agents and that their spokes
man told the promoter that for $50.
0U) they could Ret the Rirls fo
change their stories, thereby weak
ening the case against him. As the
story goes, Rickard said, "I won't
pay a cent, I'm innocent," and walked
During the trial Max D. Steurer,
counsel for Rickard, tried to bring
the matter out but failed. Previous
ly JVcoia, said, "l.e knew cf it and
juiiml it pot inmpctrtti as evidence,"
inrt the nial be sa4 be bad
fiuicd two Kf the society agents,
1he interviews, be added, bad con-
! brmed an earlier Impression that the
vh"l thing was a scheme in Intuit
of Rickard, "concocted in create a
situation that would enable those In
tereitci in bis behalf to show there
was an attempt to shake down
Rickard and develop an atmosphere
lasorablc to Kakard in bis trial."
i j I? n l ci.
Loss in December
lene U $331,000 Creator
Than lttrtriitu, Jqort to
Wasbingioti, Match .'!. llarniugs
statement tiled with the Interstate
Commerce commission by the De
troit. Toledo and 1 ronton, show that
for December it had incurred a deficit
in operating expenses over revenues
of flJMmo. This was the first
month since its purchase by Henry
lord in which it has not shown a
profit, although it previous career
was marked by heavy losc.
1'reviously monthly earnings, how
ever, brought the roads' rclutn fur
the year under the l-'ord management
into the profit clays and for the en
tire year l.'l its revenue above ex
penses were fixed at $4J.W0. Inter
est on bonded indebtedness is not
classed as an operating expense by
the commission and consequently is
Mr. Ford's attempts to reduce
rates on the line, which have been
under the commission's examination
frequently, were given another re
buff today. An order was issued
suspending a freight tariff which the
Detroit, ioledo and Ironton pro
posed to make effective April 1 and
by which coal rates in the Ironton
district would have been cut " 10
cents per ton until July 30. The
usual investigation to determine
whether the cut constituted a dis
crimination against other producing
territory will be instituted.
Whatever your musical preference may be there are numbers
that will appeal to you in the following list of new Victor Records.
We have listed these new records under classified headings, bringing
together selections of similar musical appeal and indicating in a
general way the kind of music that each record affords.
SACRED SONGS AND CHORUSES
Mass Solennelle Crucifixua (Crucified to Save Us)
Th Strife is O'er, th Battle Don
Our Lord is Risen From the Dead
. God So Loved the World (from "The Crucifixion"),
Christ the Lord is Risen Today
LULLABIES AND MEMORY SONGS
If I Forget
My Trundle Bed
' Carolina Rolling Stone
There's Silver in Your Hair
Charles Hart-Elliott Shaw
LOVE SONGS AND SERENADES
Teresita Mia (My Teresita)
Someone Worth While
Tell Me, Daisy
Song of Love
Leave Me With a Smile
Emilio Da Gogona
Lucy Isabella Marsh-Royal Dadmun
Lambert Murphy and Orpheus Quartet
MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL NUMBERS
1 Eili, Eili Violin Mischa Elman
Nocturne (Borodin) Flonzaley Quartet
Arabian Melody (Melodie Arabe) Violoncello Hans Kindler
Don Pasquale Overture Part I Arturo Toscanini and La Scala Orchestra
' Don Pasquale Overture Part II Arturo Toscanini arid La Scala Orchestra
Spring Song (Mendelssohn) Violin . Efrem Zimbalist
' Fanny once
All Star Trio and Their Orchestra
All Star Trio and Their Orchestra
Club Royal Orchestra
DANCE, COMEDY AND INSTRUMENTAL
I'm An Indian
Oh, How I Hate That Fellow Nathan
Hortense Medley Fox Trot
Never Mind Fox Trot
Wanna Fox Trot
Sha Loves Me, She Loves Me Not Medley Fox Trot Club Royal Orchestra
Cutie Medley Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Lonesome Hours Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Three O'clock in the Morning Waltz Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra
Lola Lo Fox Trot Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra
Say, Persianna, Say Victor Ardeh-Phil Ohman
I've Got the Wonder Where He Went and When He's Coming Back Blues
Victor Arden-Phil Ohman
Virginia Blues Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago
Venetian Love Boat Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago
MELODIOUS OPERATIC AND CONCERT
Variations on a Mozart Air "Ah! vou's dirais-je maman?"
Ernani Lo vedremo, o veglio audace (I Will Prove, Audacious Greybeard)
TittaRuffo 87336 10 1.25
Victor Talking Machine Company, Camden,KJ.
Number Size Price
87335 10 $1.25
74735 12 1.75
! 18860 10 .75
18873 10 .75
66035 10 1.25
87337 10 1.25
45302 10 1.00
J 18869 10 .75
66033 10 1.25
66029 10 1.25
66032 10 1.25
45304 10 1.00
18862 10 .75
74732 12 1.75
74733 12 1.75
66026 10 1.25
66030 10 1.25
66031 10 1.25
66034 10 1.25
'45303 10 1.00
'18863 10 .75
'18864 10 .75
'18865 10 .75
'18866 10 J5
18867 10 .75
'18868 10 .75
74734 12 1.75
Threats Made to
Girl Slaver Saws
Nurse ou Trial for MtmUr
Admit Aulliorliii of Iff
ffr Varitt'i! lo Furep
New Voik, Mfticli Jl. Admitting
jui!iorlii) cf laticrs in mImVIi threats
Ktrt made to kill I'.Ib Ouy kinLead,
former corjmraiiou rourml o Cin
cinnati, fur thoe murder sbc is on
trial, Mis Olivia M. 1. Stuc told
a supreme court Jury tlut Iter sole
intent was to scare the lawyer into
leading tier to the altar lor a cere
It lias been li-.r contention that
Kindkead rdusrd to iliiouli the
ceremony with brr after their allt Kd
common-law marriage almost lour
years ago. from time to tune be
.roniici) to, tlic said, but put olf the
day and finally be abandoned brr
and married another woman, Mane
"No matter what txiuv.iu.iiit
l.tiiKtjjee you used, your only Muni
tion was to make him riht that
tvronir, wasn't itr" she was akcd by
"Yes. 1 swear by all that is good
tind holy that that is the truth," she
said, raising tier right arm above her
"Ciod knows it is true," she added,
but her answer was stricken out, save
lor the mere "yes."
All day the trained nurse was on
the stand, weak, distress J and al
most constantly in tears.
Her attorney brouRht out that she
wr. to seial Ciiunuuii lfl
with tier trouble., that he look thrm
Id the t!rn it the, Cine iniuli la
nli... wh.if Kiuk'ad ai i
ktiutioi, and thai he njbciu''iili
lo.e bik it.inoii. Itti4u t K'
krjd's l4"'liii in the )'rotiiin, hr
aid. she ( tulle rucouiaicrmrMl
from tli Uyni.
The trial will be reume Monday,
Gift of $150,000 Made
to Orthopedic Hospital
Newark. Manh .l -AnuKtiuec-mci.t
f silt t! o Hind
for ll! tialdihiiMii ft an oitho-
pedic hoHutal in Newaik and sUe.
mi nt by )r. Adolf l.i'irn, iennee
suiKetm, that be trfted to reium
to America in hcpicmbrr featured a
larewrii luuclieuu temtcred the viit
mi: surL'CMii today
Lini'i'e in about I" days.
Ih. Irens withbibl liciiin on
au invitation to act as uHiiiuic
suigron at the torued new Iki
tat, but indicated Ins auwrr will be
given whcii he retuins this autumn.
Gcoirc Oahl, jr., wealthy in.niii
f.icturer, announced the initial gut of
$Ii.ish) (or the liopital. Other
tuliscriitions will be annomnrd
soon, physicians supporting the
in Ilureli Trial
."jttiifnt rrfscntcd fry Pe
ff ii-p Alloriify to Snij'ini t
( liarpt's -Will Ufiifw
t JiuIIi iiHf of Jury.
I'nilrd States Coiisul to
Spain Lxjwrfs SuiMnily
lieauiunnt, 'lex.. March Jl U.
Harvey Carroll, 48. United State
consul at Cadiz. Spain, died lat
niiiht in a hospital at Gibraltar, ac-
rordinir to a cablegram received by
Ins wife, who is visiting relatives
lu re. The body will be buried In
During the war Mr. Carroll was
consul at Venice. Italy, and was
decorated by the Italian government
for bis service.
I AMgcUt, Maith .11 Ihe trial
f Arthur I'. Itnrili. clMrgeil flih
the imiiilrr id .1. HtliiHi Kenurdy
was i-uiurd tins alieiiiH.in. when
I'uul V. Si hriiik. ibii'f ill lcne at-
He will kail for lruey, kuhmittrd aludaMts t the
K'uit in kupiH'it l a ciiaiirnge
ilucctr.l at the eulue jury Miirl. An
ou! challrhiie, bacd upon stale
in ; " of iuiluidual jurors that ptr
kf!ii who clamird t repiekent the
iiktiiit attorney's olnce had sought
inloniutioii about their attitude cu
ecrning the cae, was denied by
Jud Keeve eterday.
cbrii(k tead the affidavits lo
m.ike the ncttious of the jurors a
part of the rr.oid in the cae. lie
aid be would renew the challenge,
baMi'g it tip'Ui the allidavits.
At the rloke of the trailing Sihenck
offered to produce "IS or 16 jurotk"
who, be said, were willing to testily
alrut attempted investitfaiious ol
tl.eiii-clve. Judge Keeve. boucver,
SKain overruled the challenge, de
claring be believed be bad no au
thority to dimis the entire anL
Tin- judge said the affidavits
Mould be submitted to the presiding
judge of the superior court. Ihe
law, he pointed out, permits at
torneys to have jury lists and, he
added, it is the custom fcr the at-1
torn') t ii.trtt-uoi.
Iba ini.vuiv t.r kU,iiJ, ol
nicii, ,Mu)n!. akitHic iii(ft bk,
pounds in iiukii't; Jin 'i Hif; Si.
tion, the iriiudy would be i-roesfd,
intk fur int"U't, in judve b'ld.
(be canr us. then aliuined urll
Moinlty in moiion ti hm .k. wimi
Skkc4 tune to piri4i 4d.iiiuil at.
Harding Ousts Head
of Printing Bureau
lMtliar4 InHW !- Ila I
'oul tlut ibtxs whiili on in i in t
lUkll tl 1 1 If Wl k .-lllrg I44 lC
I hf iiied.liti4li.iii M, ,4( ,f.
tondutird quietly umkr the dm
lion f 1'ie.idi-nt Ilardmg a"d S'
relary of the 'I if4ury . Melton b
'ecu rartii'd mi in tli mo A ni
itianmr. Secrrlaiv Mellon would m
iii.iiu. ii, builu'r llun tu say tin
ihrro weit no iricuUriiies at fHi
burrau in the "en r tlut ihey te
uerieti tn ine priittinri.
Kormer hecretaiy of ihe Tie
llmi.tnii. who. in Sent, iiittrr.
'enied the cliarget made by fo
Atki.lant K'Bikirjr Mf l arlir
lokwiih. S. I), that millions of
l.irJ urtllll of tlllllli'l Lit
I nmU were in e if eiilatinn. duel
ih ii.-i ihii iiirri in. i infit tii
.f 4.UHKHJ worth of Liberty bondk
from the registrar's iftice iti ')
which were kuhkcquently recovered.
7 hose boudo were iiiised from a
package ktmed in Ihe office wVich
wa under Mcrarlrr's supervision.
I.nni-a I.. Wilmerb. Uie rfi.ini.ii-d
directnr, has been in the service of
the treanirv fr 27 years. In 1710
he wa made chief clcrk-of the trras
nry under Secretary franklin Mac
ic)i ami in 1017 be was made di
rector of the bureau of engraving.
The vojjue of
these ves tees has
prompted some really,
Linens are particular
favorites in natural
with trimmings of
white linen with filet
edging, cream with
' real Irish lace and
eyelets in vivid
Peter Pans, in pon
gee, favor ruffles and
moire silk buttons.
North Aiilfr Main Floor
A special price
for Saturday only.
Kayser's Silk and
Washable silk gloves,
in white, black, pon
gee, beaver, mastic
and French gray are
from $1.75 to $3.50. .
Strap wrist styles,
$2.50 and $3.25 a pr.
fabric gloves, sixteen- V
button length in co
vert and beaver with
contrasting e m broi
deries are $2.25.
Strap wrist gauntlets ;
are $1.50 and $2.25. '
and New Hats
for Small Folks
Attractive little polo
tweeds and fancy
mixtures in tans, red,
gray and blue. Sizes
2-6 years, $7.75 to
Dainty silk and pon
gee coats for two,
three and four-year-olds
are $15, $18.75
New straw hats of
white, black, browns,
Also silk and straw in
tans, rose, Copen,
pink or light blue.
Suitable styles for
two to twelve years
hats in white and col
ors, $2.25 to $6.85.
$4950 to $9g50
Price is no criterion of value or desirabil
ity unless one is certain of the character of
the offering. Apparel from this store is
always identified by a distinctive style, a
fineness of materials and high quality of
workmanship that does not vary. So in
this instance price is important.
Spring Tailleurs, Coats
Wraps and Dresses
From $49.50 to $89.50
Are from twenty-five to thirty-five
dollars less than they were last spring.
The Thorn pson
Merits your careful
models have been .
welcomed by our tit
ters, who appreciate
the manner, in 'vhich
they meet all figure
Correct in design and
style, fashioned . of
first quality mate
rialsto fit perfectly.
The prices are un
Corsets Second Floor
One very 'attractive
model has a vamp of
patent leather, gray
back, gray instep
strap and junior
Another is of dull kid
with a patent leather
quarter, or patent in
For street wear a
pump of brown kid
with strap and saddle
and military heels is
very desirable for $9.
Sale of Silk Hosiery
Full fashioned silk hosiery of first
quality, from our regular stock. The
majority are silk to the top, but some
have lisle tops and soles.
Values to $4-00
Saturday $1.95 a Pair
, All weights and every size, in black,
white, several shades of brown, silver,
gold, pink, sky, navy, blonde, and the
favored new Spring shades.
No Misrepresentation of Values
The best clothes in-
surance one can pur
chase and a safe
guide to consult be
fore deciding upon .
new wardrobes for
NEW VOGUE PAT
TERNS are interest-
ing to see exclus
ively at Thompson
Belden's. Second Floor
Choosing new fabrics
resolves itself into, a.;
question of w h i
ones, for all are yy
Sports silks ar es
in weaves, paVerns
Whether it's a lather
striking shade (or -a
conservative one, we
have provided abun-
and prices are
modest, quite as loy
as you will fin
necessary to r J
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