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WE OMAHA IJKK: Tl'KSOAY. AlT.l'ST. 29. 1922.
Voters fo Sunset
State to Nominate
Principal Intwut Crntrrf In
California Primary Cm
tm Hrttvrrn Jolirmon
San r'raiiiiuro, Aug (andi
Hjti mi'I be tiumiiui"! Tnr'lay in
4 lifrni4' primary fhitinn it rd
far rintfwie from I'ml'd State
iriuliir It juntire ol the trice.
I lirr i a r i k itTri vtite of I AM,
of .iih V.7.l'4( re rrnubhcin
krn ,1'i5,6!K are ibmiHr.it The re
mainder art ii,ibK iohibitii.nit
unit llio-c who ili i Inn i to make
tno (1 tluir party affiliation. It 11
uptrtril that a heavy vote Mill be
J'Mir'pul inmost frulrr in the
lonlitl l)'lirl SilU'i'f Hnaul V.
J'iliiii.n and I'. Mnnfr, I, .th ol
San l-'r iiiri.ro, hr the republican
tiDriiiiutii-n f'.r finti-d Suit tcnator,
ftuth rlamird ii tory toniKht by ub
.Unlul ln.ij"i il i".
"J !- ilrininr.tiir sorialUt and pro
hibition partiri h.tve named on the
r-iuli,ri.il ballot W, J, ljirou, 1. nt
Atil?l'; t'ptuii Sinclair, J'j.i'li n i,
and II. Clay Needhaui, Newhiill,
letpectivrty, and llirse thrrr will
milrit in tin- Novcinbi final, with
the winner of thr republican iiomiiu
lion. (jovemor William I , Stephen it
a candidate tu mitcxil hiinelf a the
republican nominee, lint he hat op
position within ln parly from State
Treaturer Friend W, K icharUon.
The democrat will nuke a choice
of nominee fur ftovrrnor between
Thomai I.ee Woolwinr, district at
torney of I.o Annelrt ronntv and
Matfion 1". Jonc, a l-oi Angrlc at
torney. There will alo he nominated candi
date for lieutenant governor, trr
nrrr, controller and variou other
state office, partisan and nonpartisan.
A complete conKrrion;il and ntale
l ((illative ticket alio will he selected.
In five of the states' II congres
sional district, there will he no con
tent because incumbent represent
tivei are unoppotrd for the repub
lican and democratic nomination. In
the First, Second, Third, Ninth and
Tenth district the incumbent all
l.ave fight on thrir hand for hoth
party nomination. In the Sixth
diMrirt which Jia hern vacant time
the death of Krprrrntative J, A.
r.Nlon a year atfo, four renihlicin
are in the field and one democrat
and one ociiilit.
Aiiiumlflfn Reported KM)
Mile From Point Harrow
Nome, Alaka. Aug. 2S (liy A.
P.) Capt. Koald Amunden, who
last month transferred to the schoon
er Holme from the Maud on hi
Arctic expedition, i now at Wain
wright, I0() mile oiilhwet of I'oint
Harrow, according to a message
from Capt. S. C. Cochran of the
coast guard cutter Rear,
Capt. Cochran' nirfage wa tent
through the coast guard ttation at
Point Harrow to Capt. Thoina A.
Capt. Cochran laid that Lieut.
Onkar Onirlal, aviator and a moving
picture photographer, were with
Amundsen and that the Amundsen
party intended to land at Wain
wriht. It i thought here that Capt.
Aniunden and his oarty have trans
ferred to the Hear from the Holme,
due to heavy ice, and that they may
be planning to start at Wainwirght
the airplane flight which the ex
plorer planned over the Arctic circle.
Demo. Woman Candidate
Opposed to All the " eers"
Madison, Wis., Aug. 28. "I am op
posed to tax revision for the bucca
neers, to a tariff, for the profiteers,
to a ship subsidy for the privateer
and to senate seats for the auc
tioneers." With thia statement Miss Martha
Riley, democratic candidate for con
gress from the Third congrcrsional
district, summed up her platform, an
Miss Riley, the only woman as
pirant from Wisconsin for a seat in
the lower house of congre, says
that she favors a "people's bloc" in
the national congress, instead of a
Q, O. Turh, ImwiI ulur 9UIIt
tn Er riiur l Ataumiml SuppwO,
ill fc l Hutot Rum m IhuuJ.y mi.i
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30 l)yi Trial
French Creator Visiting New York,
(Jives "Low Dowif on Latest Styles
Paul Poiret Decrees Ankle Length Skirt, With High
Hoots to Match downs, Proper ThingDoes Not
Listen When Women Protect.
New York, Aug. .'8 Ank'e length
tkirti, Draping of the V"n
rhilhe the body without h'dinif it
beutiful line. High boot ill color
to match ifownt,
Thru are the .it word in funhion
for women a tol l by 1'aul l'oiut ui
rri, viitnii( New York for tlie
iirM time tince l l V
M Ciiirit milid indulk' mty ever
ail the fin thai hat lirru male
aifainat lo"i( tVirl and waved it amU
mill a gianlul Atcp ol In aitntii.
"fhrre are alwayt women who re-
lit the faihiori," ;e aid, "hut in th
did they alwayt follow it I In y are
Usually ahout three )eir belpml trul
10 really out of fathion all the tmie.
"Ai for me, 1 don't b-ten. When
I began twtiity year ao with the
narrow kirt there wa furoie of
uipoiitjiiti. Women aid it Rave
them no room tu move. When I
olaited the full nkirt it wa the lame;
tliev objected to the fullncM.
"It i not tieie-.ary to iay much
tttrnlion to wtiat women iy. lliey
ire alway doiiiiiiated by a tpirii of
eontrai nif "
'lbe man who i known and fol-
i towed bv millioi; of women
i ibroiighoui the wotld a creator i i
', tl.eir idea foe rlrt-a and who care
j o little what they theimelve, think
I tlu ir want, i h ir.ulf a original a
itanv of the dannif idea he lu de-
veloped. Of medium heiuht ami
ioiky build, lo movement nnuht
he heavy, but thry are not. There
i the grace of the dancer in hi
tip and the eaie of an actor in hi
every pone. Hi iron grey hair it
Government to Delay
Seizure of Industries
(I'unlliiuriJ tram I'mf One.)
the Interiate Comnicrre commistion
broader power over priority of ship
ment. In the home, the bill will be
taken up Tuesday under a rule pro
viding for ix hour of debate.
Committee Takei Action.
In 'the senate, committee action
was taken After only a thort dit
eu.'siou and with members reserv
ing; the right to debate the measure
at length on the senate floor, The
house committee did not vote its ap
proval until it had heard argument
lor the measure by Secretary Hoover
and Interstate Commerce Commis
sioner Aitrhisou, and tome sharp
rriticimii of it price-fixing potential
ities from representative of both
employer and labor iu the iiidus-
Notwithstanding the opposition in
dicated President Harding was in
formed late in the day by Ictpublieau
Leader Mondell that the distribution
measure would be brought into the
house Tuesday and passed before
Wednesday night. No such rpjirk ac
tion was in prospect in the senate,
where the legislative situation was
more complicated, but the leaders
predicted that there would be favor
able action without much delay. Sev
eral cabinet members, senators and
nlhcr official, including Secretary
Hoover, Attorney General Daugherty
and Chairman Cummins of the senate
interstate commerce committee, ac
companied President Harding on the
Mayflower trip and are understood
to have taken part iu a prolonged
round-table discussion of administra
It was said that opinion among the
chief executive's advisers was divided
on the subject of government onera
tion, but that in the end Mr. Hard
ing indicated he would exert no pres
sure for legislation authorizing such
As viewed by the Mayflower con
ferees, the coal strike situation, both
anthracite and bituminous, appeared
in a way to solve itself and insure
increased production in the very near
future, leaving the problem of mov
ing the product to the consumer as
the crux of the whole effort to re
store industrial stability. It appeared
to be the opinion of the president's
advisers that a great deal could be
done in that direction under authority
already or to be conferred bv the
distribution and priority legislation
Despite the transportation diffi
culties, the increase in bituminous
production has reached a point
where the administration decided
that Ihe voluntary distribution or
ganization, which has been function
ing for the past four weks, could
be abandoned pending enactment of
the distribution leginlation before
congress. Federal Fuel Distributor
Spencer announced the disbaiidment
of his voluntary committee by the
end of the week and a discontinu
ance of super-priority orders for the
movement of coal.
Special arrangements were he'nu
considered bv the Interstate Com
merce commission for handling the
winter' fuel supply for the ninth
west section while eoal movement
ducctrd heretofore bv Mr. Spencer
would be shipped, under the fiisting
priority ,idasifict!ion of the com
million, Outlook Brighter.
In the snthiA.ite field report were
M tratsuiili that it wa in. Seated
n iticeiiif nt to insure reopening id
the ii'imt was expected within a
ry shuit time. j
SetrrMiV H'Hiwr, in Hl prUi' g be-
(lie the lieu O'louoUi r, mv.ir.l'
that !ii b iitlii'l '( ro'iait-;
IIIH fM. HH iMl pt ,r in r.-il vo;M i
h n;i'tiiiy a'tJi d i'arrd they wrf
e-iuti nr in Ihe i'4ttrr i.!et ci'ii- ;
i.t( usiihi. II v tt w.'re u n
r I by t k nil ut ji Hir ,ttii.!H I
l M, ir i nr pi i !ii' i f I' t;
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H i'im.i-s r-'!iniH4 j'.- i.t h i
l t tl h-.t -a.; n ., ii,Lt I
t' 1 1. 'i l i ! n, i "U r-.i ;-k' I
r tin a" t ! krlir i i-i mxd
tor a I i vf1' ! i - H Ii-' ' I
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x l ' -' . i t f K
S i tw 'M .t.
mouthed l.-ik pompatliMir above
taie nearly C"V led with thrift,
br!tlir beard fi lari(r, blue eve
are filled with keen tiiidrroUiidmrf
nd intrret and twinkle rur
bglitly a if with nut" met rime nl
at the t'J'l'i In fatluon tu.
Own Cotume Kmxkout.
A an r itnpl of dr-i for' the
American nun M I'oiret' cotuine
id thm nmrti'i K would be a knock
out, ()ir rrinvnitum.il enniih grry
troinen, lnrt, foliar and tie he
wore a hkiht tan loulitfinK iackut of
icarly knee hiiili wuh luiilt roll
collar, unbuttoned at Ihe thrnit. In
the poilet on 1 1 r iiiper b ft kieat
ua a blue and brown tinped nlk
kerihirf. M. I'oint wa thud with
rrmi'on boot, turmounitd by tan
"I wa !irpried and hoiked," he
aid in telluiK of an hour' mtpiciiin
of New York rrovd at Time j
S'tu'ire, "to i e o many and in blu'l !
holt nkill When I Hartcd the
hoit nl irt a ti-rrilic protect that it
v.i imtuoial. came front Aiiierii.1.
Coin'iiK to Ihl country, rriiited to
j be o moral, I bad not expertfd to
n. x 'Kerati i i.ort kut, out
I ,,lrre ' " M """ '"'
! ', r' of hoMnr wlmh we had in
! Pan in 1117."
M. Poin t conceded that
't been in America lon
lo tee what the leader of fathion
were wearuiK. lint tkiru imit lie
kuifi now, he taxi, ami would eventu
ally reach the Krund. llm, he aid,
would come by ileyrrei, ankle lenifth
being proper at thit ttage of the
reversion front thort skirt.
load of other essential traffic devolv
ing upon it, this machinery would
be unable to move coal in a surplus
great enough to prevent opportunity
lor profiteering in the industry.
Price regulation, he maintained,
would 'be necessary and could be
brought about in a moderate form
by the enactment of the legislation
Subject of Debate
KimtHitiiil t'nim l'f llnr.)
sation for the veterans when hi
company had made "great profits"
during the war.
Say Limit Reached.
Senator Wadsworth wa particu
larly vigorous in hi attack on the
measure. He declared the bonu
could be financed oidy through taxe
now or later and that the American
people bad reached a limit in the
burden they could bear.
Also he argued that the veterans
themselves, thier wives and their
children would have to work but the
harder in the year to come to pay
back the money the former soldier
received, which, he contended, would
be insufficient to afford any lasting
The New York senator argued that
the measure could be properly termed
an "adjusted compensation" bill, be
cause it proposed to treat all men
alike, no matter what their pay in
war time and whether they needed
assistance. Attacking the bank loan
provision, he asserted that this was
an invitation from the government
to self-respecting men to borrow
from the banks and then repudiate
their notes, leaving to the govern
ment the payment of the sums bor
rowed. Supports Reclamation Plan.
In prescntnig- ,hi reclamation
amendment, Senator McNary told
the senate that it afforded an oppor
tunity for congress to do "a great
thing in empire building" by reclaim
ing arid lands in the west and swamp
and cutover lands in the south and
east. He argived also that it would
pive opportunity to veterans desiring
to get back to the land to acquire
homesteads with government aid and
operate to maintain a much needed
balance between the rural and urban
The reclamation plan received the
support also of several senators from
the west and sotith and was unop
posed iu the debate.
Ohregon Escapes Injury
When Bridge Collapses
Mexico City, Aug. 28. President
Obergon and his party escaped in
jury on Saturday when a bridge
which be was formally opening at
Cortaar, State of Guanajuato, col
lapsed under the weight of hundreds
of spectator, it was learned today.
Several persons were injured but
Fruit Hates Held Justified.
Washington, Aug. 28-Rate main
tained by western railroads on
sugais, canned fruits, vegetables and
freh and evaporated fruit from
'.'aliiornia and t'tah to Nevada points
were held justified today by the in
tt'K state cuiiiiiierce commission
though live of the II commissioners
dissented from the , majority con
clusion, Kate on a'l the product wvtmd
were attacked b v the Ncva'U public
it i v ii $ iiiiiiissii'n I't A proceeding
which ailed f ir sharp reduction,
Chairman Mcl hi r I and t omiius
tiotien t ampl'ilt, Meyer, ratmiil
at l Potter ronttilkitrd the ivmoritv
which held the Mir shoul 1 b
(tia li' l i! Ha?d
Job for .'JO Days
for Hitting Gritz
Governor uinriuli Auto
Slmth Short IVriml for
Striking Garage Man
Lincoln, Auu ft (Special )
Governor McKclvic today uprnd
ed Kail Schutiii, jr. deputy tlite
nhrritf, for l day toll. witt a fiubt
betwrrii Sili mi II ami l.titlnr Or ii ,
an Auburn Krare nun. near I'kvt
mouth more than a week atio.
Ihe Kovermif held that while he
w rtnt rtrlam the attault nude
by Sihmiit upon the ic-u ie man
wat not provoked by (!nl, that
Nihil itt wa not wari.iiite,) in tink
in dr n with a flahliKht.
Should Hava Dreaaed Wound.
"I fiirihir feel," the governor
aid, "that aftrr Sihruitt ihcovered
that (ntf wa not an autotiiohili'
t ln f ai d be could proper ac
fount of hiinelf, behould have ae
coinpaiiied him to the nearest phy
aiciiiii to hate the vound on Oritx'
"However, I am tonvineed that
fihiiutt wa properly i nji'ined in the
il iiii of hi olfire when he stopped
(iriM mi the road for it i admitted
by bo'h nartif that OnU wa using
a dealer niinirier, contrary to me
law, and bad no license number on
the front of hi car.
Working Under Hazard
I'lirilirrmore .tliete riincrrnanrici
I the use of proper number plate
and the condition under which
Sehmitt observed Grita and hi com
panion would properly lead the dep
uty state henif to atcertain whether
the rar wa thr property of the one
who wa using it.
"In arriving at thia conclusion, it
ha been necestary for ine to take
into account that the law enforce
ment official alway are wot king
under a very great hazard, especially
in the apprehension of those criminal
type who engage in the theft of au
tomobile and the illegal tale of
liijuor, and this hazard i greatly in
creased when their work must be
done during the late hour of the
Man Kills Fiancee
Mistaken for Burglar
Texarkana, Ark., Aug. 28 Mi
taken by her fiance for a burglar at
tempting to enter the home which
ho wa guarding in the absence of
her sister' husband, Mi Callantha
Atkins, 20, wa shot and instantly
killed by F.rncst Uarfield, 27.
Mis Atkin made her home with
Mr. and Mr. Joe Taylor, the women
being sis'ers. Taylor has been away
from home for several weeks. The
woman had been frightened by
prowlers, so Barfuld agreed to stand
watch and took his station about 20
feet from the house.
During the nightvthe women were
awakened by an attempt by some one
to enter the house. Miss Atkins left
by a front window and went to
apprise Barfield. - She called his name
a she neared the ear in the dark.
P.arfield opened fire and the girl fell
dead. They were to have been mar
ried in the early fall. Uarfield is
under the care of a physician, 'un
nerved from the shock,-it is said,
County Counsels Discuss
Maintenance of Highway
Grand Island, Neb., Aug 2R.
(Special Telegram.) Enthusiasm for
the, care and maintenance in the best
possible condition of the Lincoln
highway marked the meeting of the
county counsels here today. This
part of the meeting was initiated by
an address by Mrs. Edith Kroeger,
secretary of the ..chamber of com
merce of Kearney. G. S. Hoag, na
tional counsel; J. D. VVhitmore of
Omaha, Victor Wilson of Lincoln
and Field Secretary Clement of the
Nebraska Good Roads association
were among the participants.
LUGGAGE FOR THE
One of the first requirements of a college
student is a good wardrobe trunk.
A very utraordl- 9 I 50
nary value 'i
Other JUrtuunn Wardrobe
Trunk, $9 ft 00 Up
The Ihiiinai n akt no fivut fruin He la-ftf man,
Hittr be aif trait rry-bur a llttmann Wardrvl
Trunk Btw, fiore,
Dead (Jiifs Picture Forms on Mirror
Sister, Sleeping In Hoom Where Woman's Hotly Had
Hefted, Terror-Stricken at Phenomenon,' First
of Kind on Keeord.
Shreveport, I.a, Aug. .'K Tale
f voodooisiti, magic and all of the
inci nt upt rliti nt of the Ixuisi.
ana iirgro were recalled lal week
by the muni population of Cumpti,
I.a, when, 4 phot -itrapluc I kenes of
a mulatto gul, ib ad nine nmiiih, ap
jieaird on the mumr of the ruuin
in which h- was pined alter her
death, accoid'iig lo a rt poi t ot the
phi-mum non by C. M, l liiiiiiiigiiam.
former t'ate nator.
Ihi- vnt wai it iiiiiiiber of lbe
Trii hi I family, ii,ulattue, v,ho Ine '
about four ni b's frmn ('ampli. The
body wa laid in front of thr minor
with a hrire hoiiiiiet cl.i.prd iu the I
hands. Nest day the wa buried
mnl the room ha linp occupied n! r's lo wa,h nr rub it otf the niir
since that lime by hrr t'ster. A'lout ror. both from the frmit and back,
t month ago it i related, the iilrr luve provd uiinirn tsful,
Perry Chosen Head of
Mnnlliiunl Irani !" Him.)
enjoyed the trip, the man taid be hid
timed at the conclusion that the
money for good road had been
witly spent. He further s.iid that
after bearing the randnlate and
meeting them personally he had fully
decided tli.it the republicans had an
excellent ticket, and that therefore
lbe primary tytteni could not be o
bad after all, and then when he had
made tome more personal investiga
tion and found that the code system
wa really a budget system of gov
ernment, which properly adminis
tetcd meant a reduction rather than
mi increase in laxei, the man went
home completely satisfied, an en
thusiastic supporter of the republi
Judge Perry taid that at the very
earliest moment he would proceed
with the selection of state headipur
lers, tend that they would be opened
Jeffmon Counly Corn
Suffers From Droutli
Fairbury, Neb., Aug. 2K. C Spe
cial.) The report from different
part of Jefferson county indicate
a partial failure in the corn crop,
caused by the August drouth. There
are some good prospect in the Blue
river valley and some of the upland
cornfields are good. It is estimated
that the corn is damaged no less
than 50 per rent. The alfalfa crotu
have dried up on the uplands.
Norfolk Foundry Cloned
Uecausc of Fuel Shortage
Norfolk, Neb., Aug. 2S. (Special
Telegram.) The local foundry was
closed and a score of men thrown
out of work temporarily owing to
lucl shortage. J he foundry will re
open when fuel arrives.
Irish Nationals Hold Cahle.
Dublin, Aug. 23.-(By A. P.)
Irish national army troops now are
on guard over the cable fation at
Waterville, says an official com
munique issued here today.'
(Announcement was made Satur
day that this cable station, through
which the commercial cable lines pass
to the United States, had beeri recov
ered from the several weeks' occu
pancy by the irregulars.)
Tekamah Pioneer Dies.
Tekamah, Neb., Aug. 28. (Spe
cial. 1 G. P. Brookings, a well known
pioneer of Tekamah, died at his home
in this city Sunday night at the age
of 82. He catne to Burt county from
Woolrich, Me., where he was born.
For many years he conducted the
Brookings hotel. He served Curt
county as county treasurer for sev
eral years. He is survived by his wife
and seven children.
FOR IlKVIN FSO
Takft HurNfnnl'N Arlil l'himplialA
Olve prompt ri'llef lo tiri-il nervps,
brain anil heartache, Mlowinir mental
struin or overwork. Advertls'Tiiem.
Are built to stand the
Ciibralt. r i 1 1 d construc
tion, n exclusive Uartmanti
f ca tun.
Heavy steel hardware fast
tied with solid rivet.
Nickeled Meet collar Hup
porting gitrmcttt section.
side and nut.
Iirmven held In jl.ic
w ith t re I liK'kini; bar.
t'lo'binrf UVl with pat
ented euxhii'ii and retainer
St un id diKl pr.inf m.
vs thrown into violent agitation
w lint he saw what apearrd to be a
I kent, ol lirr ibal uster etched
on the ilvered tin lace of the mirror.
(iradually the hUnr iiew unlit
front tup to bottom ol lint mirror,
a distance of IK inches, the photo
graph is now complete, The girl
ppi 4T with the biiuipiet clasped in
lie bauds. he burds on which the
body reiei also are clearly visible.
It Kilhe ai ii pled tbeuiv that the
photograph it the result of of action
i f sunlight on the window pane and
the silvered url4cr of the mirror, l
hoiti'li so far a known In rc no imi-
lar ease i on record
The picture mot iloely rrtrnible
a i old fashioned dauuc rrcntvne. and
Two Banks Ordered
Closed by Officials
Lincoln, Aug. 2'. (Special.)
( Ihmih: of (wo bank wa announced
tod.iy liy J. K, Hart, tecrrUrv of
Ii'tarinii nt of Tiade and Commerce,
'J h- htiiik aie:
W'avne f'ouuty bank at Shole and
the J'armrr' and Merrhanla' State
bank at Morrdl,
U'. I'.. I'lulhv. rnshier r.f t tl -
Wayne County ban ha nlmittrd
forgeries amountiii to S.'O.mii) nd '
ba bieii tilaced tinder arretf, Hart
asserted. 'I be bank had rb-t'Okit to
taling S77.WO aud owe $l(J,(X)0 for
burrowed money, arrordiutt to Hart.
W. II. Knot hi i-Tsidrnl.
()vcrlo,iilin(f, Hart asserted, was
responsible for failure of the Morrill
bank. It had deposits amounting to
$I75,OOii, it loans airire8ated $i50.
(H)0 and lull payable were $!.VI.(KI().
H. W, Flint i president and lohn
I!(atsman, formerly of Sterlin. is
Police Haiti GamMing ,
1 1 a II at Grand Island
Grand Island, Neb, Ansf- !
(Special Telegram.) Seven Greek,
.'nd the American proprietor, Georc
Brown, wtr,. arrested in a iiolicc
ra;d 011 a Kaniiiling hall, f'arh of
the seven was fitted $25 and costs and
brown $100 and cost. t
' Six Autos Stolen.
Lincoln, Auk. 2'). (Special.) Six
automobile theft in Lincoln aud
Grand Island Sunday evening were
reported to State Sheriff (ins Hyers
We were promised
morning of enough
WASHERS to take
care of customers
and prospects we
t were forced to dis
appoint last week.
the End of the
left to take advan
tage of the wonder
ful terms and price
on the Famous Auto
The shipment ar
rived on schedule, so
we can care for the
n c o d s of all our
friends and custom
ers. Come and see
WASHKR in action
at our showroom and
you'll see why we
say it has earned the
admiration of every
w o m a n w h o has
Commission Imitfa German
(Joi rtunetit to Cive Final
rati in Hritirtt for
Pan, Aug. JH , l be reparation
delegate weie dradbukfd in an ex-tu-iid
nary mrrtirg- vestriday
ver the giiaiautee tu den, and lioul
(ieimany in lei urn lor a morato
rium on rash payments.
To allow themselves tevnal mmc
r!.i in which to agree, the roiuiir
tion hi tent an un'oiiglit invitation
lo the liYtniau gnvrriuni nt to pn -a.'iit
it final rase oil the tomato
rium at the Hotel Aston in
Wednesday dcsiite the fact that Su
,lohn Jiradbury and M, Mauclete,
the assistant French deb irate, re
We Don't Need to Hear
For we cannot help knowing that
they are talking about the many
at Thompson, Belden'a and the
most unusual sale of r ew fall coats
and suits for 20 to 331 less
than in September.
Cam e !
These Points Make the
About $15 cheaper than other
good electric washers.
Straight side, large capacity cop
Malleable iron gears at points of.
Solid cast aluminum top.
All weight on wringer post, not
F.xtra large, easy-rolling castors.
Steel extension bench for tubs.
turned mil v Saturdiy (torn Ceilir
ni'lt the li'eit l.rlllljll lliellioraa
J he i!rb'g,tr bm i lip strictly V
conliii t.i Ha lition, ji.r lobn llrad
bury, waimly m polled by the
Italians, In ore I n.oraloruitu with
nut proiltiitivr giuraiKcrt. l.oui 1U)
Ikii) ! iiiamb-d (bat Control of the
lul! r nuurs and siaic bjirsi be given
Kr.iure, M. I ). I.inon, h (lelgian
delrgatc liobbug tne balance o( pow
er, kept both ihe I'rmch and I'rit
bit d,lrt4t,-, in dunbl of how be
would vole, though the I tench feel
certain of I'eU'un support. Unvote
would give I'ltrinany a moratorium
without guai .inters, (.nl luaiorilv
vote bring n.-n-tiary now. If be
vote a'auist it or does not vote,
the inoiatoi ,uni will I t iclustd.
Hoy Hun Dukii liy A n ii.
t Infill 1'etersnn. 7, I. von NeS.,
red bruise when be Was run
'' "i hv a motor car d'iven by F.
I.. ' I , .1.11 South l-ifirrnth
siieit, 4 Sist enili and Howard
sliei'i ' , ,' i . i'Ii-i iiirfiii, 'Ihe boy
had ju-t Ml a street rar with hi
mother, Mr, J , I'rtersuii.
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EASYIIOt.D TRUSS CO.
Freling & Stcinle
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1803 Fnrnani Street
Nebrnska Power Co.
In 40 D or No Py
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