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VOL 82 NO. 97.
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OMAHA, MONDAY, OCTOBKR 9, 1922.
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o f $ 1 a v e r
The "Dead" Liquor Issue
It wa on Autrunt 15, 1922, that the democratic .state
convention met In Omaha and adopted it liquor plank, with
senator Jiitcncock present, wnicn reau os ioimwi: imqn u
"We deplore uinl comltiin the spectacle preetiloi'U" S
federal government cnirMKirifC I" the saloon busineit on hPW'WU i'IS 'I'N'i.i
ship and under that American flair at c, while the cnnol.it - .....
italuo law alike prohibit the traffic in intoxicant an immoral ami
harmful to the pliynicul ami social welfare of the American people."
Somehow, this plank has now a hjrantfe and far away
sound, lor, indeed, much water him passed through the mill
since that day only n few weeks ago. Somebody thought, at
this convention, that this plank was right smart and was a
"cute" way of getting around the dominating issue of the
campafgn in Nebraska and even in the nation. Senator Hitch
cock undoubtedly approved this plank before it went into the
The first thing to make the writers of this plank wonder
whether the plank was either smart or "cute," was the adop
tion, that same day by the republican ftate convention at Lin.
coin, of a clear-cut and unmistakable plank which declared
for strict enforcement and strengthening of the Volatead act,
"The maintenance, trentrtheninjj nd enforcement of law ren
dcrinfr effective the 18th amendment."
The next thing that occurred to weaken the confidence of
Senator Hitchcock and his co-writers of the democratic plat
form, was the discovery, on the part of Nebraskans, of a
strange similarity between this democratic plank and the
statement of Adolphus Busch, the brewer, made at St. Louis a
short time before, on the same subject. So strangely similar
were these two that the language itfelf of Busch's statement
seemed to have been imitated in the democratic platform. So
obvious was the attempt of the democrats to "keep the
liquor question et sea," that it seemed a simple matter for the
public to understand. The public was not "at sea" for a mo
ment on the question. Moreover, while the, "wets" were not
satisfied with the plank, the "drys" were aroused at the ob
vious duplicity, insincerity and ridiculous straddling it rep
Somewhere, whether in Washington or Omaha only the
initiated know, there was a scurry and scramble and hasty
Ilt-latiw of l'tX'.'iiinrnl Young
llalidn Will DniiHiid Death
of l'rohiljil ion Agent
Six Witnesses Are Held
Kel.itlve of John Huh rrm, 23, promi
nent in (iinu)iit' I.ilLlii llaly, Mini wn
dull n Mutui'liiy iilifht by Tin Fllnn,
'i't, atur "stool pigeon" of the prohibi
tion enforcement ofHcrr hire, mild
hint iilfchl Unit ihiy will timke every
effort to have Fllnn held on a eluirgo
i ? fit at degree murder. They m ' k
Assistant County Attorney Henry
Ileal wild Unit til evidence ohtiilneil hy
th pullet will lit presented 'o the cor
t'liar'ii Jury nt an Inquest to be held
at 2 Tuesiiay afternoon nt Hoffman
rndvrt.iklri; establishment, .
Nix Wllniw Held.
.1 quit lift of detectives In charge of
7 (elective .Sergeant lien Ounbuum,
rounded tin six witnesses yesterday
ii.kI uiiliillicil signed stutcuii lit fmni
Those arrested were:
Klsie I'n r. ti ut'Kt . it wnllresa nt
Ihe Lynn hotel, Hint mi ll she wus
j-i-.Png Willi 1'linii ,iini three -nthiTi
nnd thi.t they drunk logr-ther in a
bootlegging J'Urit on Went Q street.
Mum .Mpiiruro, owner of the Lyons
hot -I. v ho was wall Flinu when lie
Him allocked hy Kiilerno nt Mlwth ami
J'irrce street and who was one of
the occupant of the "death car."
John Himrtero, brohltr of Hum, who
W;i with the I'urkhumt womnn.
Sol Abmhtima, IMnsai hotel, who u
Vlrked up at the HportMm.in ClRiif
f iore hy Rilttrno umi tiiken to the Hog
llinich, Kant Omaha, where Kllnn wat
to he luVnlifliHl an a "atoohpiKeon."
Morrla (fap) Heuben, who identified
F'tinn at the ltoir ranch aa an in
formant fit the iirolilhitlon offii'.
t hariea Bnniato, i.yona hoieii who i meeting in counsel. the next devoiopment was a state,
ILn .1h.a,,nCll", ,h" '"'khl"'," I ment so amazing in the light of the past and so fallacious on
Hum 8itflro'a mory of the event
('iiilintr to l He iiIiimiIIiik folloni'il the
Unfa of Klliiii'a aiory, rxi-il Unit h
milil he dlil not Su'itiiu IiiiiihIImii
a revolver em a'llil thai, tie iliil not
I nt- a thieut niyoiit throwing Vllnn
n ,!h vlwiv.aa Wftri laliiiwt ly Fltnn
,n li!a orivlnnl iut''inent,
"Khiie, my brother John, an!
"liai les HaiUulo and 1 went out rid
iiitr with Klinn, who haa Imvh eatlnir
nt my botol," anld Kpiitero. "lie told
lia h wanteit to buy aonie booze for
a friend. We Mopped at a pla at
Viiihih and lilckiiry alrtuta and
bought two pint of booze, T'.ien went
to a plnce at Twentyaevenih and'
U hiru'lh. where we each had a drink
of l-ooz I . pnid for ilu'i.i (IrinkA.
Wc thin went to Hlx h und Tierce
'.reel and ran Into Salerno. Ke ce.iled
I'llnn n 'aionl pigeon,' and then hit
and klched him.
When Bnleino'a brother, Sr-baatian,
Irine up In a Mtf cur, Jolin made
J'iinn and me gel In the machine and
e drove to the cigar at ore, and
then to the roiulliuuiie, whci-o aonie fel
ba looked at Klinn. They drove back
t tf.'venth and Tierce atreen and let
The other auhalantlated Spartero't
abatement in I'Hit.
rtinn Is llerk.
Polli' Hid jealerdiy Kllnn hiia the
r.iling of a clerk and geta vwid for
iieh conviction. It la his Job to ob
tain evidence uii'ilnat bootlegger.
I.iulc I'aly iiioinncd the loaa of
oi of ltd youthful Ifudei-H jjaterdny.
lii fc-roui fc tney atood nbout blxth and
I'ieroe atreeta nnd In their native
.ipmie iliM-uaeed the eliooting.
Hut to "outeiil'ia" they were ailent.
Thfy l.mw nothing when asked about
ho nlTiilr. but when the "outaldera"
eft their railed roicea agr!n took up
Awwy from the crowd in her little
bodiooni at :o Tierce atreet. wept
Ctiiietlne Ulncontro, the ltrothed of
the laln politician. They bud been
toRether but four hour before the
hooting and had diai uswd their plana
for wedding next month In which
nearly all of Kittle Italy waa to take
ithca at Muddiila
I iiftrui'lcI to Accept Termi
Aprcetl Upon by Alliri
Take Part in
('onolaiiliiiiiple, Oil. Illy . f',)
, diiipalrll from Allieim In the local
iiemipaprr liiriit aaya I lie (irrek gov
ci niiieut Iiiim iimtriK led (ien. Maxa
ruLi In lh .M iidii ulia arinidllce
i i.t.in liehv HDrlnir III I tlx . '''! fill ll K e 1 1 llooll
........ ...... ......... - n m -
State liunleiiiig on Black
Sea Hold Conference
on Control of Slraili
F.arlv in Novenibpr.
H.Ol) dlBBONf ,
Pari, Oct. . ItiiHHla, and all oth
latea bordering (Hi the Hlmk
evnciiatioii of eauleru Thrace,
Allien., Oil. 8. Illy A. !. The
lireek Koverninent lia Inilrui ti-d ill
ili'lrgflle at (he .Muilaiila ronference
to accept declxlon hh It are unani
mously agreed upon by the allied
reprrnenlatlvea. Thia acllon waa Ink
en following the receipt of advice
from former Premier Venlzelo that
eastern Thrare muit be ronaidered a
loat to (ireece,
(reerr will endeavor to aecure two
nwinllih' lime !o permit of the evac
uation of itn army and the (ireece
civilian population, wlilcli I ealimaled
to axKregale !50,0D0. It I probable
Hint another ' S)0,000 (;rrekx and
V-nii'iiiain Hill leave ConHlanlinople
In a conferi nee In Xovember to regu
late the future control of the Hlraila.
1'iemler l'oineare proposed to Lord
t'urzim Hatmilny the laltrtf peronal
ly aaw nllng, that a general pence con
ference between theinielvci and Tur
key to end the war, be held at tht
ram time and plai or later.
The writer learn from hlgheat quar
ter that thi epochal proposition,
marking the flmt. time In modern
hiatory that HiitooH will havt any
control over the gateway which menu
life and denlh to It, wa dlacuaned in
Qual d'Oraay Saturday afternoon Im
mediately after thn foreign mlnller
agreed 'ii mini coiicc-ffelon to the
Turk rexardlng Thrace. It wu not
i extraordinary that Premier Poln-
''Uncle Joe" Cannon Recalls Old
Memories of First Journey West
Veteran Congressman Makes Trip in Auto Over Same
Road Covered 82 Years Ago in Prairie .Schooner
Rode Most of Way First Time in Mother's Lay.
I'linvllle, III, Oct, I illy A. P 1
'"I'ncle Joe" t imiion, who retlr nt
Marrli after 4 )r of aervlr In
coiigioea, came home in invlll Ht
unlay afte, traveling momt of the hji
drove aimy my niolher looked b.u k,
Hllli tui In her eea, and ild.
(iood bve i iHII.illoli.'
"I lold Seimtor 'Jim' Walaoo about
that one time," t'nite Jo a dried Willi
a chin klr, "and when he retold It h
Score 5 to 3
over the name road he followed when tuni'd it all around Mud aald It aj
he 'ami. mcm! with hia parent ami j my father Hho loolmd bark aijd tlial
brother In l.e euld "tiood bye tiiwl, m going to'
On that trli, hi yearn ao, he lode, i 'i dlana.'
a child of 4, In 111 loot hu aim on W reached the Mnbaah near
the blah awnyltig aeat of a liilnlieiliig True llaote, lnd ., and made our
pniirln ai liooner. Lome llore. It wan at Term llanle
Now, more Hum four rr yeaia'ilmt I .larieil ludlug law and after
later, he hu fulfilled a long cheilahed, I got my aheepakln nt ;iiiclnmill, I
mine out to Jiouula county, lllluoia,
and bung out a ahingle labnled law.
ambition to make the aame trip iipiiln,
followlni; the old National road ft inn
,. V. fSalioiial V in f f ficli
fel Haacliall Honor from
Aiiicriraii Tea mi in four
Result Upsets All Dope
lor l.reece ana win nmtic more crun-i,Tr, pporied by the Italian charge
ing the problem of Hie country which d'affaires, hi III, urged P.uaalan pat II. 1
N already burdened with refugee. pmlonln deriding the future regime
Adrlnnople, Oct, 8. (Fiy A. P.V-J f trln alraita, but that laird Ctn aon
The Important troop movement by ul,(,Br,l(.(, thf Kgeelion an warmly.
Ill iireenn in canu-iii iiotoo iui.
continued Ihrouglioiit the
(i ly. Kvery train from
Macedonln nnd wenlern Thrace ha
earned unit of infantry and artillery.
t'.en. Nider, the Greek commander,
uho liua taken up hi headquatcra at
Adrlnnople, told the correapondent to
dny he wua eutiafied with the mili
tary elluatlon and had cufflcient
force to defend Thrace againat In
curalon. "The army la ready to fight for
Thrace to the laat man," lit aid.
Feeling of PeNiifiniant.
Athens, Oct. 8. (By A. P.) Ad
vice from ex-Premier VeniJteloa and
general Information from Pari and
London have increased the feeling of
pewilmiain over the diapoaition of
'I brace. The French minlater here hn
the face 'of it that it will stand in Nebraska history as the
tiToa.et K'lly c cr perpetrated on a people wno nave Known i t,t(it laiiy counaeied r.reec to how to
::;n i-l inn no jillni i.y inn nun-. nn
I lie Turka aa the hext poaalble, all
M. Vejilzcloa la atioiggling againat
overpowering mlda, but official de
nial I gin-n' to repprt "thiit, 10flo
autely diai ouraged. ha plan to re
a:gn hia post aa apeclat envoy.
A further appeal to the world la
to be made by Greece, pointing out
that justice to the Greek and the
Interest of Europe Juatifle adequate
Interallied control of eastern Thrace,
otherwise Turkish dominion of the
liuropcan aide of ttje Dardanelle In
evitably will cause another Euro
1 Foreigner's Urged lo Leave.
Constantinople, Oct. . By A. P.)
Preparation for an exomia from
Constantinople in case of a Turkish
entry. or the serloua threat of one,
are again being pushed in aoine quar
ter. The British consul ha recommend
ed that all British families leave the
city, and both the British and the
Italians have Issued circulars direct
ing their national, In case of danger,
to report to certain designated place
which will be protected.
folly from the mouths of politicians often before. It was the
united declaration of Hitchcock, W. J. Bryan and echoed
feebly by Brother Charley, that the liquor question is a dead
issue a dead issue at-the-very time that W. J. Bryan was
making prohibition speeches in California and at the very
time when reveo candidates for the United States in seven
states, are running on wet platforms and when over 100 can
didate for the lower house of congress are running on wet!
platforms or with undisguised wet support.
But fallacy was to follow fallacy. Hardly had the radio
receivers ceased to catch the expiring "ether" waves on the
Hitchcock-Bryan Ltd., statement' about the liquor issue being
dead, when Senator Hitchcock issued a personal statement
which is summarized in the following closing paragraph:
"No chanire in iho Volstead act can modify Nebraska law and ,
I nall not vote for any such charge."
Thus, the life-long .campaign of Hitchcock for a wet
America is revealed to have been based on insincerity,' for he
frankly states that because a change in the Volstead law
would not immediately bring beer and wine to Nebraska, he
will vote for no change in the law. Thjis, a life-long campaign
of W. J. Bryan, aided and abetted by Brother Charley, in the
advocacy o'f prohibition, is shown to have been wanting in
deep conviction if not in sincerity, for in the hour when pro
hibition is being subjected to its severest test in history and
when many men are being persuaded against prohibition, W.
J. Bryan, seconded by Brother Charley, calls the liquor ques
I tion a dead issue.
But it seems that the folly of this was not enough and so
Senator Hitchcock, in his speech last week at Nelson, Nebras
ka, adds another chapter when he makes the following state.
ment, as taken from a stenographic report-
"A a aenator from Nebraska. I would not vote to amend the
Volstead get because I would not b representing the people of thi
In October, 1919, three year after Nebraska had
adopted .tate-wide prohibition, Senator Ilithcock voted
rrT;" thopI wVS ? lt the Volstead act. and now he says to vote to amend
the act would not oe representing me peopi or rjeoratita.
Was he properly representing the people of this state when
he voted against the Volstead act in October 1919?
In March, 1920, when Nebraska had had tate-wide pro
hibition for four yean and when the Volstead act had been
gueata at b'g party given by their
Yrlend and neighbor.
Fiancee In Tear.
"My poo' J"hn one," wept
riuiatin. !l. "I have no reason to
.. - li iHa I a.e u.Y.in Mjil.irnfi will
t iii i.i at I Tuediy afternoon in 1 law for almost two years, Hitchcock, then a senator from Ne
st. Ann rnurvh. Mortal iii t " brb,.., wjrcd Phallenberger the now famoua telegram, in a
(I Hepnb her cemetery.
Mrjm-liip (iocs Agrmitiil
Aftfr ChUmoii K
Mti ireo. Pi t, I The
f.. tiler Waller A l.tiekenUfll a'"!
e unker l.vman lirt. owned ht
Die In Ion In! C"'l'ne. ivi
I xn in the UoMen dale i.l after
mat.! i'h tfteaail drve aerouad ir
I, t'l ff l,'Ue,
The Kin new waa lahi ff
Tire ta, M i4 ha hut a)
tur '' e-Mluion Ki4 not
' " " s-aaaassssesjji
Mini.ifr KreU of Murler
('h,re at Sfevml Trial
H.-l faolns. Arh, 0-l I tie
Ittea.Kg M Hast', itr.iaiMt4
. n.ir. was fojatt , 4iliy
f ehatt et tiag aa 'eee
aurt "'Hit In as'Ruax I h i
ke fa'al eo.t ef Mr A
Kaanuui. ! r Ium Is) tf y
itUHi. law tear " hi e.M trial,
. ,- i rn-. ' 4 t NSIMivl ,
tat Uf id nHNuuaW
part of M hich he aaid:
"I believe, however, lawful way will he foimj (u permit the
wsnufactnr gnd of I ght winea and h'-er." V he then. !
in the dc ef March, 1?L'0. tiin( hi own statement St Nelsop,
property 'representing; the people of Nebraska"
Are principle and consistency no longer to be required
of public men In Nebraska? Are conviction no longer awonjt
tht necessary qualification of men for highest office In Ne
traska. Wnat have you, Mr. Wet Vott f. to say about thU
obvloua double-cro of hat you believe to bt rifht? What
ar you, Mr. Pry Voter, going to do about i't' rldiculou and
Insincere effort to snatch your vote by an otUously Insincera
rlevnth-hour "conversion to your csune? Is all from now on
to ba expediency and vote. snatching In Nebraska?
What faith can yon. Mr. Voter, "wet or "dry," ruh r j
poor. hat In the sincerity or public utterances on any Issutj
of thi campaign, ef either IMrheoek or Bryan, under these I
Wa ever anything to rU.fu'ou n all tht h'i'ory of
R. B. HOWKI.I..
Candidate for I'. S. Senator, and
THl'KSDAT, OCTOBKH 12.
Murray 9:.10 a. in.
1'nlon 11:00 a. m.
Xeh. flty (lln. 12:30).. 1:30 p. m
Auburn ,1:13 p. m.
Hitlem 0:15 p. m.
falls City (sup. :3(i ,. 8:00 p. m
FRIDAY, CK'TOBEU 13.
HumhoMt 9:13 a. m.
Table Rock 10:43 a. m.
Pawnee City 1:30 p. m.
I.lherty 3:15 p. m.
Wyinore 6:00 p. m.
Beatrice 'sup. 1:30) .. 3:00 p. m.
SATURDAY, OCTOBKR 14.
Crah On-hard 9:00 a. m.
Tecuniaeh 10:3 a. in.
Cook (dinner 12) l:0fc p. m.
Myraeus 2:30 p. m.
Weeping Water 4:30 p. m.
t'lattsmnuth laup. (.30) 1:30 p. m.
Candidal for Congress.
MONDAY. OCTOBKR .
Hpaulitlng, 9 a. m. to 10 a m.
Kruksnn, 11 a. m, to 1.30 p m.
Hartlett. 2:30 to 4 P in.
Ilurwell, f p m. and night.
Tl'KHPAV. K'ToHKR 10
Ord. t a in. to 2 p. m.
Nnrih Iai, I m. to 4 30 p m.
Arcadia, p. ni. and M.'ht.
r. it. iTvsitu.i.
Kepuhlhaa t analidai fur liniriiim,
O . hi ll KM .
RepMhlhaa I aiididalx for lllomey
TflLHDAr. IXTtillrlt l
Hi-lul.iUa Ctty , Iri i in
lni IMi in
Or!ar.a I la ,t llt
Arrho i U (I in
Oifi r4 e p ,n
WKDMiSDAT, I TI :R 1
ll-l.lr a in
liwuana) I la a
l.t.ial , , I . f. m
Kj 'M I s ei
Onaia ,,,, ,, Umi
hf lie m
Till l:a!Y. u ioi i H II
.a -'i 1 1 a .
f -Mli.0 f t ' rl
I" t, -t.
lt iaa ,, i.i
U ally lulerrslril.
I'nnih-r I'oincure ijmliired Hint any
rfiiitfn:oi. rKiruiiig inn luiiiiv 1:00
Hoi of the sliuils could not he per
I'limont unless accepted ly the Iilack
sea countrii'H, which primarily wore
uffeoted. He pointed out that not all
of these interested nations could par
ticipate in the general peace confer
ence, because they were never at war
unh Turkey, and that a separate . on
ference would he necessary. He aaid It
would ha impossible to hold a sep
arate stialts conference without In
viting the Black sea countriea.
Qual d'Oraay announced that a sep
arate strait conference already had
existed, aa a tentative agreement had
been approved hy the British foreign
minister, although it had not yet
been approved hy the lhitlsh cabinet.
Associates of Lord Curr.on frank
ly said that the foreign minister
himself rather approved Inviting the
l;lncl aa mi lions to a separate con
ferenc, and probably would recom
mend thn cnbinpt t' accept,, hut what
the fJe'Jeion of tha rublpfl. .will be. I
uncertain. .' ,' ' ,
May Open November.
Regarding the date of November
1, 'and' the place Scutari for a gen
eral peace conference, Lord Curzon'a
secretary anid It was likely that, this
would he acceptable to Great lirltaln,
unless something intervened.
In answer to the demand of Gen.
Ismet Pasha for Immediate military
occupation of eastern Thrace of the
Turkish army under threat of open
ing hostilities against the British and
Greek, the two foreign minister
reached the following agreement on
Instruction to be sent to their mili
tary representatives at the Mudanln
i. The allied note of September 23
to the effect that the Turkish army Is
not to be permitted to occupy Thrace
until peace Is signed, is to be main
2. Kvaeuution of eastern Thruce to
the Jlurltza river by the Greek army
must begin immediately and when the
last soldier crosses the MariUa the
Turkish civil officials and gendarmes
can enter the province. Several thou
sand allied troops will occupy Thrace
for 30 day following the arrival of
the Turk to guarantee the safety of
Creek civillims wishing to leave or
Turks to Occupy Thrace.
.1. 1 pon the signing of pence, Tur
key will tnl.e entire and sovereign
possession of eastern Thruce up to the
Saturdiiy night In the courtyard of
the IJritisli finlaisay, where the lights
of Lord Curzon'a great motor cur
shone on him, old and bent, walked
VonlKelos, a few years ago regarded
as the second "most clever" man in
Kurope, some even putting him before
"Do you think that the Greek
troops will evacuate Thruce?" he wa
I am afraid they will have to," ho
"Will you return to Athens?" a
the next question.
"That I unltkvly." he replied.
Veivwlo had succeeded in seeing
Lord Cui-snn for a time, abut hd not 1
hern tol, I the moet vital p.nt of the
j ... ft He M.is auuir.H w 11 n 111 f ii ina !
nnd tili niiMKera lo the question weie
iiii.li- .ifter he h.ol tx-en told I
Frederic, Md to Indianapolis) l,y au
tomobile. IJ cause of f.illgu he
forced lo hutidon hi car at th
Hoosler capital and complete th
Journey by train.
Hutui-day lilgl.t, rejuvenated by
few hour rest, with oih of his fa
mous tog burn.ng freely and a
pocketful of It mutes within reach,
he shiired the honor with t'niW-d
Ht.ite District Judge Waller '. Llnd
Icy at a dinner of the Vermillion Coun
ty I'.ar association and compared the
western trip of IMn with the aijioino
bile Journey of 1922.
Ten Families In Train.
"In IS4'i, whin my fulher, mother,
Iwo lirollieis H tut I left (iiiilfonl. N.
(.,, they were crirr.piilguing for lip
pecunoe anil Tyler, too' " the pntrlnn h
of congress recti lied. "There were 10
families In our train when we started
weslwiird for Iridinmi. Most of liie
Journey I ;it in niy mother' lap, for
I was only 4 year old then.
"I remember a watering place In
Virginia where we slopped to lest our
horses. There win a bund playing on
the porch of a bouse there, and wej
paused longer than usual. An
".My flrt client wa a fellow who
cuine in one day and aald:
" 'I want at lease drawn up tun
oii do It''
"I ild I could and ti went out
fly HI (.11 Fl 1.1 .Ml TON.
Ilmatia H't tn4 YiUt,
IVIo tlrouiids. New loik. Oil, 4
The N'w Voik Giants i,ie 1 narnpioiia
of the world.
Th t' llo, considered hop lea, lb
worst outi liie), (he moot bop. leas In
the history of a world series, a team
without pitchers, look th imih which
wn cooalderrd the greilist pit) li ng
S i-neiiHlion. the sunt inaeifnl hlli.ni
while I wa pieparlng It, 1 waited , illtt , hM,.y ,(llU ,M M ,,
Oiilt a while aiid h Old not come . jAc) ihern lw,k bk a bunch of minor
bark, so I took the lease and tsrt4 gU,,, f the f.n.tl g un of Ihe
out to visit all th bMckMitllh l"'l' eri lod.iy, a game played Utort tlM
In town until 1 found him, I was to : vr(,atMt jn history, Willi J,oi
let a dollar for that lea and I fig-(frantic fns mined awy before I,
urc.l the money would pay my board." j n,, (!Hnt won, ft to Z, sfler .seeming
Recalling bis eiirly day In Diinvlll 1 1 1, benlon.
eliil Hie friends of hi long year here, ( The .niab of t, rokcs on
be Hiild: tit the mot aHloon'l.ng things In the
(me of these d.iv when I pass io'nioiy of Uiselill, The eim wiibb
my 1 be ks I 111 not afrsld of ilealh j has liiiii,nier the Aroerienn Uuunr
I II be buried out there III the ceiiic-j lot,, eiibmbwloii proved it pl,i.1t,joK hi
I cry where a lot of my good friends ' I Ira- hands of the Giants, Willi evny
are." 1 1 lenient In baseball favoioig Ihioi,
1... 1. 1...- . a .1.. 1 .. 1. ...... .
1, ill s iinriuie niii-r, nd.ihiiik .ni ipi fi .1- niooa 1, ruins, mey nor oiily Sliie
win of seriousness, be was chuckling
ngiiiii over In plan for hi "woni
"I never expept lo follow that over
h.nd trail agiiln by auto," 'T'nclo Joe'
laughed, "Rut fi I rode over It, It
seemed to rn that In my coming sec
ond childhood I would enjoy It again."
W.J. Bryan Once
Vowed to Oppose
NVIirakan (lurions to See
Whether J'rom. Will
Be Kejit V. lien Orator
" ' -' Coiiie".
Incoln, Oct. S.-tHpeclal.l-Prominent
lepubl can Haturday expressed
interest In knowing whether or not
W. J. Bryan w II keep hi )ironi s
when he comes into the slate Motuluy
for a speaking tour, and oppose Sen
Two year ugo, wh.le speaking in
Nebraska, Mr. Bryun offered thi
"If Senator Hitchcock I a. candi
date for recleciion two year hence
I will take the ump ngiLnst him to
ass'st In 1) defeat lit the polls."
W.ll he keep that protn.se7
beaten but disgraced.
Hmssli In l-,lghlh.
Today, wllh a garni' at Uielr merey,
with the Giants playing ns If lb,y
did not car who won, the ti.i.ke.s
smashed In the eighth Inning and In
the smaah tbey g.iv th public a
Klimpse of tlif real r-iion of their
dlsirraceful downfall liefor the Giants,
In tb eighth Inning there arose a
ouestion a to whether a battel- h,m,t
t passed and the. rnanageoei.t or
dered blrn to be given ft base on lulls,
Th older evidently Irrll.iled "Mullef
Joe iiueh, who hud been pltcWhf mi g
I'ldceDt Mil, and h changed hia style,
pitched as If he w,inlil In (,,
!lh (iints who hiv seaed every oti
Ipoiiuniiy, crashed throns-h 1,. vfcei.n
Salvalioii Not Obtain"! Mere- if,','d ""'mr 'ertci,
ly,liy (lonfrawion of Faith,
Deelarrg Hev. J. M.
' l.urkni'r. '
"A good dJ haa been said recenlly
eboiit my' heresy, but I assure you I
am perfectly orthodox," said Rev. 3.
M. lluekmr, who was retired from
the active Methodist ministry by the
Nebraska conference here last month.
Ho preached at the First Unitarian
church yesterday morning,
"Salvation" wa hia them and ha
rejected the cardlnul doctrine of
Methodism, "salvation solely through
the Mood of Jesus Christ."
"la salvation ready-made- In the
courts of heaven?" be asked. "In it
the result of the death of Jesus
If he keeps the promise, according Christ and will I hy my confession of
(o some of li s old friends, then Hen- belief In Dim as the Hon of God, re-
ator Hitchco'-k presumably w II be I .clve salvation? A very large group
fought In sp'le of any mid -all all'- of folks believe this today, believe
nnce between urojn-r unaiiey hiiu mat 1 lirlst came to (tie, 10 propitiate
noil, 10 soiien nis neart,
"Nof Ready Made,"
the senator. Vie cannot, they my,
Ignore Mr. Hitchcock without per
mitting the impl cation that Rrolher
Charley was right In forming that
all. ante. And if he keeps his prom
ise and f.ghls Senator Hitchcock to
the bitter end., then he will Just about
"bust up" the democratic show,
"XV. J. Bryan cannot be cnns;stent
and support Hitchcock," said Judge
Lincoln Frost In nn interview here.
"The senator's so-culled pledge ha
merely to do with the Volstead act an
it pertains to Nebraska and other
state, which have statutory prohibi
tion. Tal.es Itnth Hides.
'I hope thai Sit. liryan will not he
so Inconsistent a to lend hi aid to
re-elect Hitchcock In view of the fact
that the senator refuses to mnlntaln
the Volstead act In all atntea but
ruther In sui-h states as we have, by
statute, accepted prohibition."
Judge Frost iidvooated prohibition
manv veins iigo. Some of the older
citizen recall tout In the early 9u,
when twice in the heat of congression
al campaigns, Mr. liryan opposed ub
I Tar a la rs Twe, aluma Twa.)
Little Italy Killing
From All Sources
Oiim 'utility '.Vat Iirr
Hull ISrroril lti mlaiii t
rhli.)., City, Neb,, IM. i Ttia
lllor i.itililv IVailietn' IlKtilllle lo.e.l
' twmeiy .v.u.n heia with lu-ne
th in !il tinihira In alt" n-la.ni e, the
tnnr.t rniollmi lit In I lie bialoiv if
j the plat. tut Alllollji th n if lu
i.itnr who hoi ti on lli pioarviio
Iwrr lir.HK R. Mlrtill, K'tlliey
;Tt i.hrr coile-e; M.aa Clara I toll.
I t in,, .In U ti Mr. Ink. pi. f, ...r i f
! 1 -;iifa:n. t ila nv. !.;! th-"--! nt
tin up'rimeiiiknl. C o'n il I lun.
1 i. tb'V l ti, Hrnrl if Vfi Tea' W
ns T, liiiiii 1 olitgr.
I Here are Die Litest 1I1M lopli!' III
1 111 th" "laying of John rt,ibrii", 23, po
lllil.ll leniH-r of Llllp- ItulV, Willi h h.s
'lnoualit on iiim Hsiatloiis by both fed
lernl and 1 IV unthor'tb-.
.In no .lil.riili iliief .ii.,iill to
Prohibition liiiferei 1111 11I Rohrer, joins
rdio Jp) the Inveailg.itiiiii.
H eti'-l iii.hIh Hiiiuli), sinnnii
ihnn l;l.,e l'!iil.liuit, Hi. I.yona hotel, j an CP v. Alma itih-an, Aiaim
"God doesn't need to be propitiated.
Salvation I not a garment ready,
made, but is the indwelling Christ
Who enables us to build character,
making the divine In us aris and the
"In my church In Aurora, b I
had a class of 40 men. I put thi
question to them one Huiday: 'Two
men of 60 years are dying, fine ha
never Joined the church or confessed
belief In Christ. He Is a good citizen,
a faithful husband, a good father.
The other lias lived on evil life. He
lias been a liar, libertine, cheat.
drunkard, a n.'-an husband and 11 ti
ki ml father. Three hours before his
death he asks for prayer, expresses
belief and is received into the church
and baptized, Which on atanrts thai
lieet chance In the other world?' Thu
lium la rx Two, Calnmn Mi.)
C. H. Randall Takes
C. A. Randall's Dates
C. A. Randall, republican candidal
for state railway 1 oi.imlssioner, who
! was to have aciimipanieil O. P. Optll
man, caiiiliilatai for attorney eetn-inl,
I i n a speaking tour this wetk, re,
j poll ni to the aiate niial 1 oinmiltee
that he wh sllehilv III nihI would be
forri 'l to 1 nin rl hia ilatra. '( lie com-milli-i-
rem ; siir-eil the . hi-iluli a and
, . II llnmlull. candidal for governor,
will sie.ik l'l Hie toMiia i lieibiled for
1 hia ruiiiiinaooite i,f ihe hmmm- imme
Tin-1 me not 11 I. Ilo. Mr MpillniHii
will an oiiimii v 1 lie ep. 11 1. 1 1
The candlil-tte for goveinoi cml Jklr.
Hpillinuu wilt iik Tnt-Mlav In lie
niiir Hit HiMrr."
I I'.-. i S-i a ... lli I'l.l.i aia. 1
1 iiF.t h a ii i ay.. It at an I'lli oii
I . n t aa '. i.- ., ,, r
i- 1 1 h an-l t in ai.a.ia 1 ia
, i I'n ' ei 1 1 ,f ti
i'..t it-gal,' aim i.m-1
ho s ild ln' ..a eut il'llna W ith
Mum iml tlii.r fri.'tnis. prior to tb
4ll a. -I kuiiMpii'k.' Kb iii tht-y all
l,,,. I a dunk al U-.ilrnn Joint on
eat y alrvet
e.b .l.SM milerno, al , ll-ll .m coll
ul heia, an un, I of lb (lain waul
let ter, aai-l Hktl li Will leant thnl
liie 11 L, h'ld on a iharae nf f ii l
rr iiiuf lr 'It ,i old bl!4
tnlif-tri. lie rliil
I U ,t, .ra inl lnlnt tba l ill in-lit
1 ma.ia I 1 Mho lltal .il. 11.11 1, 1 I a 1,11-1
; i iiila.l al lulu, iblli'' III V , I '
al i M. 1 ri 1.1 ta I' IJIH I'al, le,i a
' ... t a a.
4 , in , I ii. i.t nla l,
hue ami iufin vi .tm n,lv thi'v
w ill apt all t llolibege, Pi itiaiel 1,1
Wiaal, Cnmia, Mliliu'll and Cti.tia
Thrv will i k at North liotte,
1 0,1 '1, iibijr 1; Ci jj, and Liiimi 11
on Thiua lai
it stalruii, .,l I V-it
i I ,1 a 1
- 1 "I ! ta.r 4 all ,
, ia ii.i.,i 1
-t. a-.il ll it SMlrnoi l .al II 11 at
' -al I tet'Hvlh aa " . r, ai a. t. la Ida
. k a.l '.- k ifin,, all 1 a i 1. m f
,U tiat II US
1 -- li.i ai l. f v
lluHcl 1 tMi,ealniaa,
la I a ai
w I aa
a, k -
' It , !
a a aa
llralo Triumph Orer llinwn.
The enl.,e InalU atory f 0,11,
World rie perlmp never wifl e
toId.H la a iwy of triumph if
I'laln nvar brown that wonhl nol tie
lelieved in fiction. TIM O.'anla he,
outlhoiighl, out generalled and 0.11.
played the ynk-ar,il under their
brilliant determined and enllnwl,,,!,,.
"Hack, thj powerful sluggers of l
Americun league, to ti tht Iai.u:-
01 men- gam, "dogged If." Tbey wt
no match lor lh MeGrow nytm. and
tonight the daj-k hint that retain r
the, Tank are secretly flrutmg oVir
'he downfall of Miller Hugging are
being retailed with much gusto.'
The whole story of thi serle and
of the final game, can b epitoml"!
In this: h Yank went Info the
series expecting fr, win ,y ytnvirit
their jal. The Giant knew ;hey hfl .
to work nd they worked,
Tli trlSmt showed sm.'11-ree er..
has. bull. They attHtked every open
ing, meed every advantage, whildhe
Vnrkees looked like bunch of heavy,
weight boob expecting to hit horo
runs and failing, The quality f ha--ball,
outside the remarkable work of
Frisch and Groh and to a Ieer de.
gree Cunningham, was not o,d,
These three performed miracle. Tit
worst ntash wa Kverett Mtott. who
wyi figured to be a stsr. He mis
piayeu almost everylhlnj. He thr
trtnes drove Meusel away from flie
and let them foil f. Me plnyd ,,
of position seven times mid allowed
hits lo go through untouched. II
an the bases lis If In , trance sod
lo the fln;il g;,me ), wieii.e.l the
Vnnks In the mldt of n erilly wb;'-h
seeimii certain to win. by blundering
around third base and blng trapped
when (here was no reason for it.
All Hop l m.
The li'2 aenea, no tnalter whnt
else It toiv bring, br,nga the greatest
crash of the dope in th history of
baseball. In every rS,i t thn Glsnlsi
pi.iyed exactly lo their form, save
that K'-ott wa an Unexpected el,
mint. The Yanks tfid nothing a
they did during the seaaon.
Whither It was a crash, an oiler.
coliupa of a great ball tcatp, orsoiar.
thing ele, in one seems to know
ItUlll piovftil Die biggeal Iwioli (,f all.
hilling onl one bll haid In ll.e ie-
Time it on- thing boivii'ii. ,l
nioiii f.,i am iiiiiio, w,, i,!,,!,.,,.
Tit kin'teat 1 M'Wil il.ni aver is
eo. I ile. I to a. v g ) fc,,,,,,, , ,,, ,, ,
in aiiitn of downpour if iin I hut
laali.l 1,1ml ii iiIioii-om,,, 'i iir w, ,,,i i
W: tlii.aieiiing. Iml en, 11, tu, ,1
ol 1..111 1II1I not pirteol the awan 1
from pouting nut pi . i-, 1 i , ,.
jse- il'l- ' ile Joyiila ' pot l,e , oUu ,
the lank a
I tug an Mroira.
li Vank jniii,i. i.t. 1,1 ,ii aftp
lb un, ilrlmiiiiiit-i) 1.1 atiii uu,,
ib 'SiBi, Huaan woiaa.l N of H,iu
Ihe !,! and li,a. hi baip an.', a
III ivnl.r It'll h, lill, I hr.-ra -Hl'l
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