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The Omaha Morning Bee
VOL. 62 NO. 104.
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OMAHA, TUKSUAV, OCTOBER 17, 1922.
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Prohibition to Be Livest Vets Opeili
issue iNexi ungress races
Uiarlei Randall, C. 0.1'. Can
tJidale, Show Hrymi's
Tax Krdtictioii Physi
Women Attend Meetings
Mr p. '. rowfci.fM
Moff t"erreeaa'at Th Omaha Nm,
Tecumseh, Neb., Oct. M, Kpeclal
Telegram.) Cbarle 11. llaudall, tan
rildat fur governor, aguln railed en
his opponit, "Itainmuker" Hrysn.to
point specif, rally to tha nut actlvi
tiff ha would ellminat or curtail to
tnak hi promised 20 per rent reduc
tion In tagea,
"Tbrra ppcur to b Jiint on ape
clfic activity lia promise to el, minute
and that la Ih present managerial
system of stale ( overnrnefit," Mr,
"Grunt, (or tin argument' sake,
that tbl wer done, and I tin sit o
retarle become a thin of the pt,
do you know tha percentage reduction
in your ln?
"it would b tJ otiethousandlhe of
1 per cant.
"Than, a I have ail before, 1 in
addition to eliminating tha coda e.
retarle ha would clou tha office of
It constitutional officers, tha supreme
court and every other offic In tha
lata house, that would cut Just
cent from tha tax dollar,
' Must Ilava (Internment.
' liut we must have a seat of govern
meit and a system of government, I
favor Improving" thla system after
four year of experience. Just aa a
business man would find at tha end
of four year of perlenc wher he
could Imorov tha system under
which h hna operated hla business,
Now I am (tolnir to murawHi th
pamclpal activltlc of the atata gov.
ernmerit, one by one, to make It eaiijr
fir my opponent to atate briefly and
concisely wher ha will make hla
promised 20 per cant reduction. And
don't forget that If ha would wipe out
every atata Inatltutlon and every ac
tivity, It would only cut taxea 19 per
cent, aa only it centa of th averag
tax dollar goea to tha atata.
"Now, nr ra the principal ctlvl-
tie of government which take up
moat of tha til money:
"Tha 12,000.000 for aoldler relief,
which will be ralaed thla year. Would
he cut that appropriation?
"Tha completion of the ( year road
program next year, which waa atari
ni under tha Neville administration,
Poe he criticize the road ayatem out
lined by a democratic bglalnture?
Mention Htata Charity.
"Maintenance of our penal and
chnrltabta inatttutlona, many of which
are now ao crowded that countlee
mint aunoort unfortunate for week
and niontha until apaca la found for
them In tnt Inatttutlona. Ioe ne
Y..rAum theaa unfortunate lUte
"A levy for our new atnte house,
which will be paid for In 1826. Would
he atop the building of that structure?
"An appropriation for eradication
f hnvlne tuberculosis. Would he cut
this relief demanded by farmers of
Nebraska from tha government tney
"An appropriation for vocational
education for crippled soldier boys,
demanded by the women of Nebraska.
Would ho deny crippled soldiers an
opiiort unity to better themselves
SKHlnst the handicap of war wounds?
Tnlversity and normal school ap
pvuprlntloria. How much of that would
Now ! ask hlM if these activities
do not comprise the chief expendl
tmes of our state government and I
th'nk the taxpayers have a right to
know how much of such activities ha
Walter 1.. Anderson, candidate for
a . .- t ,t.,l,.t an,l IT.
roliarees in me rirm unn'i
H. Thorpe, candid ite for the ahort
Irtrm, accompanied Mr. Randall on his
speaking tour, which Included Hick
man. Ktrth. Kterllng. Klk Creek.
'sta and Tecumseh.
Old Flfera May.
Iiiicaster candldiites for the l-ls-Isiurrs,
the state senate and county
i.nwa atfcuinpuiited them to the Nir
ilers of the county. They were In
.hsrge of County Chairman Hlout.
With the caiididntea ae tb tirand
Aimy rife and drum erna t'tm ,ln
.oln, which played on tha streets for
Hi. partv of their adoption aa lustily
aa their falling strength mould permit,
jerry Wllhelm la In fharga f the
i or pa.
On the border of Jnhneon cuunty
ihey Hera mt by tta Henator John
Wtlta. J. C. Mnre. eounty chelnnan.
and hical eandiiUie Oeorte Htnrth
,r a In eharaa .f Hie Klk Creek
, i Ui.l.a aa.ja.ak t It
ine(ine Ir. nariea n'i"i -
. I,.ri of the Veata meeting
. . .. .... .i .
"Wets" Staging Subtle Campaign to Defeat
Statesmen Washington Watching Hryan C&nhwm ' rif iritl
, paign in Nebraska With Amazement Propa- -till "-11
ganda Being Sent Out From Capital. ;
imneM ol Wisalili'tl .Mm
tl a rr National Coin
iiiaiulrr in Htort,
H OKOKt.r: P. AITIIIKK.
Nseklnatea ( wrroaOeal Tfce Oaiatia Be.
Washington, (M l. 14. 4Mpecial Tele
grum No doubt exlsta In Washing
Ion tbat prohibition instead of being a
deed Issue, will ba about the livest
one to ba brought before tha next
session of congress. '
lbs "weta" are conducting a well
organised campaign In the present,
corigresalonsl elections and are confi
dent they wilt gain many new sup
porter In tha approaching congress.
They profess to believe there la a re
action against prohibition everywhere
and say that the recent JJuugheity
ruling relative to ll'iuor on ships,
with all of Ita varloua coippllcatlnns,
will bring added strength to their
causa and fore reconsideration of
the Volstead act,
Th cnmpnlgn for tha "wet' Issue
is being conducted from WsshlnKton,
where the Association Against 1'rohl
billon has an offlca on Kleventh
street, Krom this office a daily check
Is being mad on the situation as it
affects ll( nor, Mternture la being
ins lied out and local publicity propa
ganda show the activity of tha or
Think Public ravorable,
Th "weta" profesa to bellav th
public I prepared for a less drastic
enforcement act and especially for an
Increase In tha alcoholic content al
lowed under th present Volstead law,
A fight will be staged In congress to
amend th enforcement act In tha
hop that th first step will have
hten taken In th direction of light
wines and beer. All of thla Is pre
paratory for th bigger fight which
will be mad to eliminate or hamper
th prohibition amendment.
Th "wela" ar not optimistic
nough to bellev t)ey will have a
majority In th approaching congress,
although they say they would have
It if th member voted their convlc
tlon. What they, ar trlvln in do
I to elect members and senator who
ur avowedly In favor of th "et"
iseu and to keep those In office whose
lot'ul constituencies are "dry" and
who will thus lis compelled to creep
In under the tun!. In the case of
friends of the "wet" causo already In
office and balling from dry constitu
encies, the word has gone forth to
soft pedal the prohibition oiiestlon.
Where there I a "wet" sentiment the
direction Is to m;ik a fight for "per
Mage Hublle Unlit.
An Indication of the subtle man
ner In which the light Is bring carried
on conns from Minnesota, where
determined fight Is being made to d
feat Kepresenlutiv Volstead, author
of the enforcement net, and with some
chances of success, Volstead la be
I nu opposed by a man presumably
"drier" than Volsieiid himself.
The defeat of Volstead mid the eleo
tlon of 'vu'ile,' his opponent, will give
no added voting strength to the
"wets," but Would be lieraldi-d lo th
country a a smashing "wet" victory.
It Is la-lieved, also, that It would aid
in building up public sentiment wlib b
would later permit dragooning mem
bers now "dry" to tiecorne more
An open champion uion whom tha
"wets" are pinning their hope Is
Governor Kdwarda of New Jersey
Kdwards, candidate for the senate
against Krellnghuysen, was the "wet1
cundld'ile for th democratic presiden
tial nomination at Han Francisco,
(teed of Missouri la another "wet"
whose election would ba hailed with
delight and thanksgiving by tha op
ponetits of prohibition.
Ainaxed at Nebraska.
In Washington, both "wets" and
"dry" are watching the Nebrsaka
campaign with keen Interest and some
(Turn t Ksge Twe, Column Twe.)
Bryan Coldly at
Democratic Orator Declare
Dry Opponent May Still
of Volstead Act.
Mnwln, Oct, it. SpcW Tele
gram. Th expected aaniation at th
tat W. C. T. U, convention Monday
afternoon, when W. 3. Bryan ap
peared on th platform, failed to even
tual. Mr. Bryan wax about aa lib
tally applauded when ab said that
Senator Hitchcock Is now dry ss th
W. C, T. U, president w Friday
when he said Hltchock waa wet.
Mr. Bryan repeated bis reasons for
regarding prohibition not an issue In
th campaign and declared In answer
to a oiiestlon by Htata Chairman Mur
ray of th prohibitionists that all of
tha candidate were equally pledged to
maintain the Volstead law.
Mr. Bryan talked 1 hour and 40 ruin-
te. 10 minute of which were de
voted to candidates. He assured the
women that prohibition would never
b repealed, and said that th only
danger now existing was that the
enemte of It would tie able to prevent
ifflclent funds being appropriated
for the proper enforcement of the
Stand for Volstead Art.
In resolutions adopted unanimously
by tha stute convention, the W. C. T.
declared that It would upport no
audlddt for office who stood for any
modification of the Volstead act or
who favored Increasing the percentage
of alcohol now permitted In soft
drinks. Commendation was given the
aters that had eliminated Jokea and
cartoona Intended lo ridicule the en
forcement of prohibition. Another
resolution bound the association to
push th teaching In public achiajla of
tha harmful effecta of clgareia and
Improved murrlaga law for Ne
braska, and opiMisltlon to commercial
Ired Humbiy amusement were dealt
with In resolutions, and the towns of
Vnlverelty riac and Hteele City com
mended for making Pthle study an
elective course In their high school.
Th W. O. T. I. of HUng w
commended for putting a ruble In
every achnid room In the eily.
T Meet (I Ke ( loud.
tt Voted In b seven ieu,iul
meeting in tha coming yer. in adh-
Many, tn to tha midyear seselon of the ex
Convention Hall, New Orleans, Oct.
!. Uy A. I.e I'leilglng renewed aa-'
surnrice lo the disabled and asserting
one tiinr Us position on th aoU'Ier
bonus, tUnmy.li lis national com.
miimler, il.inford MacNIdcr, the
American l-glou opened It (ouuh
national convention her today.
rlstlngulNied soldier of seven ni-
tJons, bearing v'sible evidence of the
si'iTlflrcs they dad mad In behalf of
their countries, Wer tha legion
g'lesls. Tiny W'r the delegate tt
the convention of th I liter-Allied
The "Kldui " the letter stand for
the words "Federation Internationale
des BiK'icn com ha tta fits" wer pleased
by the progress made so far in exe
cutive session, it was semi officially
Member Hear HMn"ta,
Meeting In a converted warehouse
on the Mississippi river front, decor
a ted with flags of the allied nation
and red, whit and blue bunting, the
leg-ion heard the report of It nation
ol commander and adjutant.
Clud In uniforms, civilian clothe
and the costume adopted by tat del
egntlons, the veterans held a general
celebration. 1'ractlcally every state
was represented, as well a territorial
possession and posfa in foreign coun
California, outstanding ceuteslarit
for the 1923 national convention, ar
rived here clad In the costume of th
A declaration that th America
J eg Ion regarded the Interests of th
disabled service man a Ita first re
sponsiblllty and that "with regard to
the adjusted compensation act, we'v
lust started to fight," were outsland
Ing point In the address of Jlnnford
MacNIder, national commander.
Only Just Htartcd.
"With regard to adjusted compen
satlon legislation," th report de
clared, "we'v only Just started to
fight. Tha adjusted compensation
legislation is right we know It I
right and right always prevails in
America. A great, well financed at
tack by interest which w cannot
help but feel ar sordid and elfish
ha given ua on little setback. But
those who represent th people in
Washington ar with ua by great ma
"This year Uirted auspiciously, The
reception for our distinguished
guesta at Kansas City and all over
th United States constituted a tre
mendous undertaking splendidly per
formed. The Koch tour gripped and
hebf the public mind.
. "During one of the greatest In
dusfrlal depression America has ever
experienced, the American Xeglon has
grown in membership. It post num
ber 11,200 odd.
Membership I Solid.
'The membership now in this
fourth year, is the solid, substantial
actual fighting gang, who Intend to
(Tnra ( Page Twe. C'elnma Four.)
. . - ... ii , a,-uiiva rummllla. foe wh.i h an Invl-
mmiitn atteli.iea im ni"..'-.. - - -
Ih cold, ehllly day.
'tullun to Kd Cloud accepted
Mil, i:il A. h""ie. national U prl
tdltt at taie, advtxaled ttmt In I
. , . iWf dent at taie, advtx aled that In I 1 ,
I r.f Male Amtirsly IWrr hllMl MmWi.. ,,, ,,, ' "" "
Right to Search
Ships for Liquor
Proposal of Secretary Hughe,
Drafted With View to
Check Smuggling Flat
Washington, Oct, 10. British rejec.
tlon of the American proposal for a
treaty to extend the right of search
of vessels up to 12 miles off shor
waa contained In a not handed to
Secretary Hughea by Ambaaaador
Ueddea, Th communication was In
reply to Mr. Hughes' note of Jun 2,
setting out difficulties encountered
by American prohibition enforcement
officer In checking the illicit flow
of intoxicant Into the Unittd Ktates.
Secretary Hughe made public his
correspondence with the ambassador
without comment. There waa noth
ing to Indicate that any further step
to extend the right of enrch for
American prohibition officer beyond
the three-mil limit waa In prospect.
Action of the cabinet recently In ap
proving the abandonment of auch
search, presumably because of possi
ble International difficulties, coupled
with the British reply of today, ap
peared to Indicate that operations
would continue to be confined within
recognized territorial waters.
Reniediea rius grated,
Th American not dealt particu
larly with the smuggling operations
from British possesiiioris In waters
adjacent to the American coast and
suggested "methods by which the ex
isting extremely unfortunate condi
tions might be remedied." Among
thene was a proposal for careful su
pervision of registries and clearance
papers grante to suspected vessels
end "an International arrangement
between the I'nlted Htatea and Great
Rrltain under which the authorities
of each nation would be authorized to
exercise, beyond the three-mil limit
of territorial wnters. a measure of
control over vessel belonging to th
There was appended an inquiry as
to whether the nntleh government
was disiiosrd to agree lo the recipro
cal right i'f search up to 13 nulr
from shore which, It ws pointed opt,
would Imply no Inconvenience to the
bgitimate trad iemeen Nii and
llul f ix passing at no point within
four leagues of American ehnrs, I
"leps Taken hy lrllih.
In reply Ambatudor tlvddra point
ed out that his goei anient bad ai
med)' taken steps t- tuie Mr ll'.aba'
note Ma received In prevent the .ro-
I , a In registry i.simiu an I ilear- , ,rn sh rn hea the age of Is, Miss
sure wH-r l whlrh attention bid M.iVimi. W Intends spembng the v in
lieen diu Tliena steps bad b- ; rr in Uil and III imii II. iic
Britain Pays Interest
on War Debt to U. S.
Washington, Oct. 16. ireat Brit
ain today paid to the American gov
ernment the first installment of Inter
est on account of the 11,600,000,000
loan made to thnt country during tha
war. A check for $00,000,000 waa de
llvered to the Federal Reserve ban!i of
New York by J. P. Morgan at Co., for
the account the Krltlsh treasury.
Thla Is the first Interest payment
received by th t'nlted Htatea alnc
May, il, for any of the principal
allied governmenia to which nearly
$10gift0 000,000 were advanced during
and Immediately following the worll
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an. - 1 i a 1 1 an 1 1 wrm m it m u m tl k ataiai at ai aa -bb
Brown's Story of
Chaiuuiaji'g Account of, Meet
ing Girl n Renort Df
proved by Record Show
ing Place Closed.
Mis MfCorinitk Cotisenla
to Posliiiiie Murriitjft:
Henna, tat. I. Harold V. McCor
tnli'k of Chicago arrived In Zurich
from I'ari yesteiilny to visit his
dsughter, Mathilile, who U Maying In
a small town on Ijtke Zurich with her
hepeioiiB and receiving frenuent calls
from her fiance, Mag ter, the Hls
It la reiMirted (list Mathllde b, de.
fie. I the wlhe of her grandfather.
John IV llotkoi feller, who opi-i
the mairtege. i
Hhe ha consenttd, kier. to it
l'n lb e..llng until ei ,.ill. I
Fred Brown, cross-examined by
County Attorney Hhotwell yesterday
afternoon, refused to answer many
questions, on th ground that such
answer might incriminate him.
"Were you convicted of murder In
Dundy county, December 4, 1S9S,"
Mr. Hhotwell asked ,
"I claim my privilege not to answer
on tha ground hat it might Incrimi
nate me," Brown said.
'Were you convicted of bremklng;
and entering In Pottawattamie coun
ty, Iowa, May 31, 1610?"
"I claim my privilege."
1'rrsists In Refusal.
The same answer was returned by
the defendant to question about
where he waaborn, when he came to
thla country, where hi parent live,
whether they reside In Honey ('reek,
lo,; who "the other man" was who,
Brown claims, was with him, and
half a hundred other question.
Brown'a story was frequently punc-
ured by Mr. Hhotwell' rapid thrust.
After Brown testified to ting th
wo girls In the Monarch Garden
several times between May IS and
May 27." Mr. Hhotwell disclosed that
this resort was closed by order of
he wclfuro board April 30,
When Brown Insisted that b chain
ed the girl In his shack merely to
make hi escape, Mr, Hhotwell de
manded "Why did yoi return to the
hack at 11 o'clm . that nlghtT"
Hrown claimed hla privilege again.
Denies Menacing tloyd.
He Insisted he did not use a re
volver to make Harry Hoyd go Into
the shack and submit to ihalns. He
sa'd h look the girls down In the
cellar after he bad chained Boyd and
chained them up "so they wouldn't
ge( anyone else in trouble like they
did tod by waving to him." !
IVIIceiiMii llrtmr .d he 4W a loan
bo looked Ike Prunn with the two
guts In th Moii'inh Caidena cme
time In March Brown testified on dl
r t e .inn, alien that he fust met
one of the girls about April IV
It la etl-e I'd that tetliiuony Will b
First Snow of Year
Falls in Nebraska
Storm in Wetcru Part of
Stale Reported Moving
Fixed on Coal in'
Th first snow of the year was re
ported falling in western 'Nebraska
and Houth Dakota Monday. Weather
bureau officials her said that the
snowstorm was moving toward the
A drop of 17 degroeg in tempera
ture occurred In Omaha yesterday be
tween 9 a. m. and noon.
Norfolk, Nub., Oct. 16, (Hpeclal
Telegram.) The first anow of the sea
son arrived In north Nebraska today.
The anow fall waa rather light but
waa quite general In this part of the
state. The weather wit very cold
and a si iff north gale covered the en
Ht. Ban!, Minn., Oct. 1C The first
grip of winter' icy hand closed on
the northwest today, with rain and
snow reported from various cities in
Minnesota and North and Houlh Da
kota. In most cases tha snow was
reported melting as it fell, hut Fergus
Folia, Minn., advice said that a three
Inch blanket of whit covered the
Mason City, la,, Oct. 16. This sec
tion of the slate received Its first
snow of the season at noon today.
Boone, la., Oct, 14. Boone experi
enced Ita first snow of the season
when a light flurry fell shortly after
Rate of $6 Ton on All Lump
Fuel of Domestic Size at
Mine? Announced by
Washington, , Oct. 16. By agree
n. cut with the operators of bituminous
coal mines In th "smokclee" fluid
of West Virginia, It wa announced,
Federal Fuel Dlatntiuror Hpcns ha
fied a maximum price of $8 a ton to
apply to all the lump coul for dome
tic sizes, at th mine there. The
agreement Is said to be preliminary
to an attempt at similar negotiation
fixing the price on coal, particularly
of types Intended for domestic us,
In nil the 16 districts east of the Mis-sii-Hippl
In which coat Is mined.
The West Virginia "smokeless" coal
produced In the I'ocuhontas, New
Hlver, Winding t'Julf and Tug Ulver
mining sections, are used In great
measure to supply domestic consum
er.! for heating purpose. Present
prices charged for tho lump output,
the distributor's statement said, have
ranged up to $!).4j a ton at the mines.
A targe number of the Individual
operators In the field named have
participated In th conferences which
ended with the price fixing agreement
and it was estimated that SO per cent
of the production In the territory was
France Prepares Bill
to Prosecute Profiteers
I'arls, Oct. 14. The French govern
ment, desiiious of continuing Its
prosecution of the war profiteer! ami
speculators, has uiM-ribed for discus
fcion at the It mid of the order of the
day a bill giving the Ileparlinent of
Justice authority to Institute prtsei-d
ings agitllil theaa offender. Im
mediate action will be taken tomor
row wnen ine deputies ruaei,
Sitirltitiit Conifmuy j
Report l arpr Surplus j
Bomb Placed in Home
of Mayor of Belfast
Belfast, tk t. 1(1. lly A. P.t An in
tensive search is bemg cunduited by
the police for an unknown man who
on Hatiinliiy night attempted lo as.
id ult th lord mayor of Helf ixt, Hir
William Coules, by placing a bomb In
But for the vl;;!Uui-e of the police,
the assiiNniii would bsve em e.l.d,
and as it was he Uiifly eaped III th
Coertnnt-iit Ii Prcpariiit; to
Rriiig Hui k All Itmiuiiiiiig
Troop Now (Quartered
SHave Served Purpose
By t-IIUTOV VHUOV
rimali Me ImmiI M Ire,
Washington, 14. The Vnlted
rtlnlea Is preparing to withdraw all
its troop from the Itlilnvlaud army
of in cupal lou.
This was clearly Imlliattd In of
(Vint quaiters following a confercme
oil the subject by i'reeldent Hmdlug
Micietiliy of Wsr Weeks Mini (lelieiu
I ershlng, chief of sliifT of the army.
Final decision which would warrsnl
nil ullu lsl announcement bus not been ,
I I ai lieil, but It Was declared that lie
oi inlniilloii to wilhdiHW American
foices who remain In tliu tleimuu
occupied area undoubtedly Would l,e
Irj.ile public 111 the Hear future. Of
(n ulls believe thnt the at my of oi
cuputioii, Insofar us American pnrtici
pi. I Ion is concerned, has served its
Present Templing Fat.
Those of the administration who be
lieve that American troops ur in:
longer net-dud In (Jermauy and that
It Is Idle to continue using the argu-
I mi nt that th I'nlted Htatcs should
be represented In the army of orcupn
lion for psychological reasons, Inslet
that their continued presence In
I ; ii rope Is tempting fate. They l
lleve that the sooner the 1,200 n-
fiialiilng American regulars arc
biought home, tho less danger there
will In of involving this government
In European political squabbles.
For some time Hecretary Weeks and
other administration advisers have
been urging tho return of the troops
on the ithln. flen, I'ershlng Is de.
clar'-d alwi to be In favor of this
course. Whether the president and
Hccrctary Hughe regard presenco of
tho trops In Kuropo as endangering
American international policy Is not
disclosed but It Is said that they in
convinced that It Is serving no useful
Have Served Purpose.
"I do not hesitate to ay," said rln -retnry
Wecits, "thut I have been In
favor of bringing the American troops
home from Europe. They have served
their purpose there. Furthermore wv
ciin use them to good advantage here,
with our own forcos so reduced."
Kccrotary Weeks and Oen, Periling,
In their conference with th president,
also discussed the future) army, which
l treatened with further slushing by
th budget bureau. They nre reported
to have mado a most vigorous protest'
against any further reduction of the
army. To go below the 125,000 en
listed men now authorized, they point
ed out, would tm most dangcrotir.
That auch arecommendafion Is In con
templation, official declare, there, la
I'rges 150,000 Men,
In a letter accompanying estimate
for the army next year, Secretary
Weuk reiterate that the minimum
number of enlisted men should be
180.000 with 1.7,000 officer, but 11m
estimates anbnilttod are for only 123,
000 men and 12,000 officer, us at
"We do not Increase the estimates."
said Secretary Weeks, "because of tli
acute admlnstratlon desire for the ut
most economy junt now. but th army
must not be permitted to go below Its
present Irreducible minimum."
to Discuss Coalition
New Yoik, Oct. Id the semi sn
ciu.l reuoit if the Ainerl. sn fmrltti.n
cmpletet this murmur end argument . .i.d lirrimng company and the Amric
In the jury will Hurt by town to-lay e.n tnieltr w unties cuinuny
I viiirr: Penally U I'ealu . ah. tt frat.i. th w, c v r
l.bl!n. tct l-Hy A. f V-T1 ,in atari wiUi tb Allied Cltisei a,
l ea sii g.nertintenl offer aia- j s th Worn,' ulllry ef lb Anil
iei uw ttiel auiren-i" ' """"" ,wBn ca" ""w"
I ieail Waring " boMiaf aioiea
liopartr retalalrl preml mw
t'.l a.-upit tpiri t Midnight,
l ag neisi Ih sallltar !!
a nipaird ! auia pffa4
it !' aVaia, l.(oitiK. Iifia'
rt e fu.. is .eiltn' t
nuni w u effaae
klattsinrn VI hip Mor.
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f f it "M vl lta-r aWtaitta
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i t It Ma, Oka ta.4 t
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a in im a m4 1 ,a iaa
Ixu el n n. (..r aw .ii,. a bat
a, f tfc.e ii,. Ion IU iwt t
rjff t4 Le ft tl aeta,
Th ronvertiioBi vi.. ta IiumI rill
la irIM hMlib drink Uing
intel'je-t by tli Vsttaeal Mur euun
Hffore and After
ttryan Made Vp
rteadlf Mrait til
Vaabee- tkafl'f IW' taaaga
eat UHl4 ! IMtkeaak
i4 m IM ui pf
te Itwafca IV l-sU. Ta
tear iaer4 M tb l4 4
W aM 4 IM Nl "'
aM M hh faratse IM a )
It c l "' !
tMW M I .
ra t -ot ' t
taa(t4 Mtttaaitat M 1
snd the Itiitiah glniiiM hoped
' lint lha nieesutea taken Will 't"
siw-eaftil in pretesting any bfeaefcea
in tha !! taw."
Th Aaieruaa not wa tu.it l.-rg
M puimed uut thai HrHi.lt t.rii
t inea ai'twientlr ' are made bM r-f
oiwiattoH In flagraiil aiolatiti .t
Pt4tatttuttuitl and aialuttiry prvt,
lost ef In 1'inla.l ituita"
in lha winter sport t lavea.
lion a surpltta of opt rating lnn.ioe
f I.5S f"r Iba JaiuiAiy t
June perlml of a ronpire. viilh
il.fiiil of ll.lul Jl 4) fur tb anir
pentxl of It: I
I'taahl.itt S i ni" n tiiigganhrlm. In kit
Nrw Pldtin Keenrtl.
..t .a, 11 l-tHy A. pr-l.i.ui
I r ! Dirt lif Kuril. ! Hl-ut Set ron lulrr for
At. Iils, Kin HI It . :,i A tal j tti lni.oUr I'arlt lrtiaal Uimbn
'it i'sai, piur i.r tna a' iona i ao h'ii", w.,fa "' 1 1 fft tt-t le t!
aint-nc rnuin Bear Kara, il a a..i-a er tna ..unfia in a nowa,
In. tar frcnt buina aur7. natitidar mtriuir and I I t ae.t-n.la II I hue be
Ii hl g i an if t'liufi
I l.i. . I ii iai,.tk a pan
fu .11. t ola. .any vaai a-i i f iaiott a.
Uufzini Kriiiiinrtl Presiilt-ut
of Senate if Pliillipiuet
MauiW. tu t. U-tMy A. P l-.Vianuel
Ouili Ws reeleiled plaoldi-nl of
Ilia Philippine senate when (lit bgia
Inline ropvennl this eiiinu II re
ceived l' Vole ilut tor Ibe np
potliig caiidi.litl. e iKiialoit .-!
The bonne ful.. I In tint p.-W.r.
no tambil.it b-tkihg n',"i.iy of
II. urn. ,-r li.naial .-! w II t.iol
! ... lbs b.-ld-r .fine Uaiblm , up
rih ai ivluul) bld bf Cpt. pinaanl lh '
urn a.. ni. an i,,, ,,, t th. bn..iiu,. as xin
iioimal ! tfouly arr.-ta all eu '
a t. oil ii u
at lha bouw eott,i,Uit II oifanita
Imprnt tuiil In ' .
London, Oct. IS. (Uy p. The
conservative member of the govern
tnent have been stimmoned to meet
today to deddo whether they shall '
continue their support of th coiilltlon
under the leadership of prime Mln.
Isler l.loyd Oeorgc. Tho meetlni;
which was called by Austen Chamber
lain, lord privy seal and government
leader In the house of commons. In
eluded not only Ihe conservative in
me raiiinet but also th under were
lailea lielonglng to ih party.
It waa la-lieved that Mr. Chamber
lain would be backed by the Furl of
Hitlfour, ljjrd Pdrkenhegil nnd fu
!!ol-rt HoniB In his allieoti to iu;
It was elated In well Infoin.Jd iiui.t
ters thnt there Would be a demand
from the majority thai the coiis,ra
live rank and file be t omtiili,.,) i,t H
general parly rueitlng Kfir any ,t.
ihion la taken, and that if ibia wjs
not don iber would be nianv r-igna
lion from Ih inlmatry euoiiuh. e
cording to soma rdictinn. lo ta-.m-It
In any tate It tu t.. .. ii,.,i u,
day meeting llk.-l l.i ,na t .1
cunt tftact uiii tl, ,..it!i, .a f-imia,
slthmtgh the poi, l.thty t.f ..u1. ar
rangement Which a ill t-L . 1 . 1 ih, paiif
tosrtbar for lime I j.i I
Mil in! enamel (1f U
lIcHtliiiutirrt In !.
I liilrall ailiinrt (et!(tti.
anl a. I ale. I -.1 A f 1
the Mlii.t iHinel .tr. Ii m
intdxtlu. tht in IMtar.ali.-t ti ,
iiMl tf it. ui.-a t l Bu-riif al .
ih hh.Iiik la vwt f-r ii!it !
.n tu Ta.a tro M.t.-.J, ll. . ;
a.!.'d t tot !' "" i
HaUI In Ur Mottir,
oa l. .n,. u H -1 . !
i tt uta ttr-i- I uA I I ,
k ( i...it ka ll t-il I i '
itia .i0 t-Mif tet1! ita
Only Two More Days in
"B" Picture Puzzle Contest
etit in ih ' II fulxt I'uiiHt I vsitil ran. I ol4 Ik
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