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THE OMAHA BEK: WKH.VKSDAY. OCTOISKU 18. VJ2i.
20 Red Suspects
Arraigned to Test
Law of Michigan
.Teeth of Anti-Syntlicatium
Edict to He Tried Out on
W. Z. Foater and Confrere.
St. Joeeph, Mlih.. Oct. IT. (By A
P) Twenty allefMl communlata
ehargnl with plotting to overthrow
Ilia government by furce, wera to b
rralirneil today In tha flrat teet of
IMirhlican'a and nyndlratlum law, W
tren of the 20 men wer arreted
AuKuot It by HlnrllT flwrge Ifryrlne
man and nVpartmant of Juatlc agent
aii'l deputy eiuirlffe naar I!rilgman,
thla rniinty, when th cfftVi-r lntr
rupixd whit tha government charge
wa the national convention of tha
Dinmunlat putty of America, repre.
ntatlvi In thla country of tha third
JntiTnatlnnal cf Moarow,
Three men Including W. Z. Foeter
wera Utr aireateil at riilrago and
wa extradited from New York.
Today' Inx wa a preliminary
arraignment before Judge JUy W.
Iavl, a hearing which correspond
to grand Jury artlon In aoma atatra.
Uleven of the defendant hava hern
confined In the IVrrlen county Jail
bora elnc tha raid, unahl to ralaa
tha (10,01)0 borula demanded.
Footer and fight oilier who ara at
llherty iimler bond arrived lat night,
Randall Ends Campaign
Tour of First District
fruntlniifd Prom !'( (n.)
N'ehraaka political worker and In
whoa honor tha beat of tha many
good building arortud at tha atata
normal arhool haa been named, waa
waiting on a downatown atret In hla
old, horae-drnwn phiuiton, which la
airnoNt ii a much of a flgur In the fa
rnniia achool town aa tha colonel him
f-lf. llccauae I'rof. C, F. Beck, pra-t-inct
committeeman, was unahla to b
prtettit, I), C. Cole, 5, tha oldeat
voter In that particular praclnrt, In
troduced tho xpenkvra. Btate Henator
Villa of Kalla City accompanied tha
party throughout hi dlatrlct.
II. V. Muck, precinct committee
it, an, waa In charge of tha meeting at
Itrook. One of the biggeat drainage
OltLhea In the atate r.-ria near Urock
and In rem nt yonr the element hava
formed a fall fclx and a half fuet high,
tiince the fall formed It haa traveled
32 mile un the dltcb and each year
It grow U alae.
j And Ereru
Ctrona J $59.50
Fa.hona ( $G.50
d ( S70.50
S Arabella ) $S9.50
tcith Style and.
Fit "Built '
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MONDAY, OCTOIIKR it.
Wellflaet 1:00 tn 10:00 A. M.
W.llao 11:10 to t:J P. M.
Il.rhey 4 00 to 8:00 P. M.
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THURHPAT. OCTOBER II,
Polk and Bauer imianw
PR IP AT, OCTOBER 10.
Butler and tanadar Cnnu.
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Resident of Table Rork
Celeriratei 99lh Birthday
TaMa Roc. Neb., Oct. 17. (Special.)
."Uncle" Ritaa Hav eelehratea nil
ttth birthday at hla homa In Tabla
Rock Sunday. II waa born October
, 1821, and at the tlm of hla Mrtn
mea Monroe, the fifth president of
tho United Statea, waa aervlng hl
aecond term. HI flmt vote for pre!-
nt waa cast for Jama K. Polk. Ha
the father of 14 children, all but
two of whom ara now living. Thirty
eight peraon were preaent to help
celebrate hi 99th anniversary.
Depot for Kearney.
TCaarnev. Neb.. Oct. 17. (Special.)
Ground waa broken today for tha new
nlon Taolflo paaaenger taton to b
built here. The contract atlpulate
that the building be completed within
daya. Approximately B5.wo win
involved in making tha improve
ment, It waa announced.
NOW SHOWING AT
Film dvertiaer now dis
playing film gt tht World
Naak-Vrteaenui Aula Ca.
Orhla Brkar C.
Ornaka Pally Baa
Saadvall Jawalry Co.
tvk RaataJ Aim?
Hainan laMlaal Ca.
H take leat than three
minute time to diiplay film
of tht above concern. Some
par available now.
Slraiikt Dew at a
Aaiaaaledl Film Advertieiag
1 raatea lib. JA 111 J
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Hpa t M' laoually. 1 be
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Pain Stops IniUnlly
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Makes First Talk
of Nebraska Tour
Leader of Farm ltloc Point
to the Relief Mca'iirei
Paied by Lait
(4aMraaal Prom Pa Oaa.
II cant on the dollar. We brought
them to par.
"W found n army of 210.000 men.
W hav induced It to 11,000.
"W have put an end to the mad
rueh of competltlva naval expnnalon
and construction. Many old ahlpa are
llng Acrapped, Thl year w have
a decre of 1121,009,000 In naval
appropriation, with atlll further re-
ductlon to follow.
"Thl con area hu don aoni
big outatandlng thlnga from wfilrli
we (hall alwaya benefit. No preaident
and no congreaa ha ever known
inch Intereat In the farmer. It haa
paaaed more leglalatlon to encourage
and build up agriculture than any
other half docen congreaae befor it.
"It pevleed th farm finance cor
poration act and appropriated $1,000,
000 to be lent to farmer and atork-
men and co-operative aaoclntlon.
Thl meaaure aaved thouaand of
farmer from dinaater.
Taaaed I'rogrraalve Meaoure.
"It paaal tha co-operative market
ing bill, th anti-grain gambling bill,
th packer control act, th bill tn
plae a "dirt farmer" on the federal
reaerve board, the bill enlarging th
aotlvltle of the farm loan board and
the agricultural emergency tariff law.
"Before the republican purty came
Into power on March 4, 1921, million
of pound of wool nd mutton from
Auatralia, million of buabel of wheat
from Canada and corn from Mouth
America had been dumped upon our
market and helped to deprea price.
Th good effect of th emergency tar-
! ... 1 ..... ....... . I
Ill law e.iuii i,. hiiiv niai.iib m it. w
advam-lng prli'ra of both wool and Fid
ton. The aira. Illy ilw iinlng prl. ea f.r
wheat were checked and the Ameri
can liuirketa aiK.n ahowed a differen
tial of about 20 i cute a buahi-l over
the Canadliin market.
"The bill milking proviaiun for an
additional treaaurr drpnelt of t2.'i,
OoO.OoO fur the farm tvurd innde aail
ablo fur Ihut linpia-tiint fiirm bain
agency a totnt working capital of
ISO.iiOO.OliO, It ptarrd the firm l..n
board and bniika for lti flrt time
luce their oiuiiiil.ntlon In poaltlon
to function roritlnilotialy and wi are
now making loan amounting to It,.
000,000 a day to farmer of the na
tion. "It I true that aome of the emer
gency meaaure did not accnmpllah
all that wna hoped or enpected. Tli
fact I tliat the national emergency
waa o great and o wldeaiirrad thiit
It waa Impoealble to meet It eatl
factorlly with ruehed leglnlntlon.
"You hav no doubt lienrd of a
group of aeniitor known n the 'farm
bloc.' I am very proud to he- chair
man of thl bloc. The oi.ly difference
between tha agricultural bliKJ and
tha Willi etreet blofl and other big
Intereat bloca, which hav been biiey
fur 10 year, la thnt tha bitter hlm-a
alwnva work under cover while the
agricultural bloc operate In the
llloc Haa fteeti Target.
"The farm bloc, aa you may have
noticed, hue been the target for much
abune, even ridicule. Thl crltlclam
haa coiiin from th'e who don t tin
deratund tho country' need of (hi
bloc, but rnoatly It hii come frofn
th prlvleKd intereat which hav
been 'blocking' congrea fur yeiir.
The farm bloo enator don t loind
th crltlclam ao long it doean't In
terfere with getting thing done. Hut
when it dot Interfere, they have to
fight thl opposition to a atandatlll
before they can go on aa before, Wt
therefore have bad more or lea of a
conatant acrnp with theae outalde In-tere(.
'However, It I a great atlfctlon
to know wa are fighting for what I
right. And there 1 alway thl dif
ference between the fiirm bloc and all
other bloc which for year hav eg-
lut.d In i-ongrt-a. Tli farm blue I
not out H block anything that i fur
thl country' good. It support
everything that la likely to help the
wvllbelng of all the people. Hut tbe
one thing It doe Inaiat upi.n la that
henceforth nobody ahull l allowed
lo put any more bl k In th wny of
the big Industry thnt keep all th
other Induatrlea going.
"We are out to git vur den!
fop agriculture and v. ra going to
l.eep fighting Until we do get .
Illlla Promptly Nlgiied.
"I want you tn imtli i,ne thing,
rronlderit Harding haa promptly aign
e every farm blou liieaaur enai tl
by tonirreaa. Ha alao baa emlnised
Iba other meaaure favored hy .
th bloo which hav not yet bean
fiaaaerj hy congieaa.
"Th blou haa atlll many Important
thlnga to amaiipliah. One of ttimi
I a credit plun which will be of
apeeily and linmeim valu to tha
farming lndiitry, Th farmer iiiuat
bav better price for hi pridirll
than h la receiving now or be will
noon ba put out of bualneea. Ha can
not get Irt-tter prlcea Ulilea h hu
credit eyalem that will enable lilni to
mnrket hla proilucia In an orderly
way. Tbe bin: ia endeavoring to huve
inaiind Into law a aynt'-m of one, two
and three yen r credit f'ir fiinnera,
liiaed on their pnucta aa collateral.
It I not more money ve ara Making
for th farmer, but w want a credit
aVNlem and tn Interest rat adnpled
to hi neeila Ihut will give Mm a
chum- to ainy In biialm.sa. Kpenk
ing of agrlciiltiirnl crwllt, let inn sviy
Ihut the f-irm IiI'k: I eiiiihfitlally op
posed to the reappoint rm-nt of f lov
er nor Harding of the federal reserve
bonrd. It la to the Interest of th
wholej country lo hav a man at the
bend at thnt Important governmen
tal agency who know th need of
the ii KTli-iill iirnl weat and who I In
through sympathy with th producer
of th country.
"Th farm bloo believe, and I be
llev that freight rate ta too high
and must com down. This high
freight rate hav hit tha fniinir
doubly hard becaus the farmer gei
(ha freight added to everything he
buy and th freight I taken off ev
erything he sell. It la thl fuct that
nmkea an Immcdtut and deep cut in
all ratea on f.irnt pnxlurta and oth
ei ciimmodltU a urgeni,
"Till ailinlnlatrutioii inuat be given
rreitlt fr bringing ahotit a reduction
of lioo.'ioo.ooo In freight rales, but
v.e need another und a greater cut
"I want the mirlers In hav a fair
return on their Inveetment, but th
oi ar entitled to atlll further fe
ll in (Ion a In transportntlon charge. I
Imve a bill before the senate to re
peal tn the mm ailed guarantee clauae,
ev t..ii !, of the Kerb Cummin
Art, and to restoi control of ba'al
lutes lo stilt commissions. I he-Ili-Ve
the 0 'Oat Ion of lrllporltl"n
i haigea will never again m on a ntl-
fiiitory baala until all th objection-
ublH provision of Ihe l h f'umniln
m t are refilled, W are alsu alrong
for the Ht. Lnwrenc water project.
Il will add lo l'l rente to th pike
of every buabel of wheat grown In
tha middle west.
"Th great abuse of th tan free
prlvlleg la blocking th Induatrlnl
growth of the country and the masse
of th copa pay for if In higher
'hargi, higher rales, higher price
and In ft'-' salve taxes. Th remedy la
a constitutional amendment prohibit'
lug an t n exempt aecurltlea. I am
Kind to any the farm bloo la doing
everything possible toput It through.
"I believe that In, the next quarter
century tht outstanding policy of this
nation should be the carrying out of
a great constructive program for the
upbuilding of lla farm and livestock
Industry. Th furm bloc baa eurh
a program well started In rongres. If
nil II measure are enacted, they will
lay a broad foundation on what may
m erected th world' bet and mot
enduring system of agriculture. That
would mean the upbuilding of what
would be the world' most enduring
and Most vldcspread and genuiu na
Offensive Launched by
aillno4 rmm Fag One.)
"In making public th list of cnndl
dates tonight, Mecretnry Hinckley
" 'It should be understood that thl
To know music is
Just as a certain amount of reading is a
part of everybody's life experience, so, too,
there is a certain amount of music with
which every man and woman wishes to be
You can readily enjoy an intimate ac
quaintance with all that is best in music
through the Victrola and Victor Records.
They offer an unlimited course in music
appreciation and enable you to observe and
to study details of interpretation more closely
than is possible by any other means.
New Victor Records demonstrated by
all dealers In Victor products on the first of
each month. Victrola $25 to $1500.
' if i iih;.i': ' !
drrstoo-I that the aesliiatlon' en
dorsement rf a candidate doea not
necessarily mean that he h directly
advtM(ed our platform; It doe mean,
however, that, for reason sufficient
lo u. w ar willing to endorae him.
"'In aom diatrlcia voter ar con
fronted with lh necessity of choos
ing between two liberal candidate,
one of whom usually haa been a mem
ber of th 7th congress, In auch
caae. where other considcratlona ara
'IUol, th aasisiatlnn I Inclined to
supjiort the present Incumbent, feel
ing that Ma sincerity ha been amply
demonstrated by hi open liberalism
In th far! of an overwhelming dry
majority In th present ramalgns,
a ni i.enng aieo timv ma courage
should be rewarded.'
"Mr. Hinckley briefly outlined the
platform of hi association a advo
cating th Immediate repeal or modi
fication of th Volstead act, and the
eventual repeal of th prohibition
amendment. II anld the organisation,
which now numberri more than lj0-
Ooo piemliira In all fr!e of the conn
try, was flatly cpM.ed to th return
of (he snliK'ii, but wa equally pneitlv
In favoring th manufactur and al
of win and bwr under eiirh law
th sevrra! atate might p.isa.
heel, r Arc epl hallenf e.
Wayne It. Wheeler, general coun
sel for the Anti tbiloon league,
promptly accepted the !temnt
mad by th association against pro
hibition aa a challenge, II uld
"Th announi e, program of th
association aulnt prohibition, wl'h
th partial list of wet candidate fa
voring a wins and beer amendment,
will l a challenge In all Ihe friend
of tn lth amendment throughout
the country. It will arouse the peiipl
to help th cause i f prohibition. Their
signed statement flint lh-y favor beer
and wins under th tlh amendment
Is a braxen attack upon th constitu
tion Itself, Wine and Iwer and Intoi
Irallng Honor cannot lis legally
rnnd under the llih amendment and
any attempt to do II by repealing tbe
laws necessary to enforce Ihe consti
tution I nullification."
H Sweater sacquM in
all wool plain white
or white trimmed in
pink or blue. $2.25.
All-wool drawer leg
firings with feet. In
white, at $2.25.
jackets and wrappers
of cashmere, crepe
de chine or albatross,
$2.25 to $18.50.
Cashmere or crepe de
chine cape with hood
attached, all silk
lined, $4.25 to $14.50.
fl Winter coats and
fashioned of silk pop-
- lin, cashmere or crepe
de chine. Very rea
We Now Turn
With old-time interest
for the longer skirts
have brought them
back again. Wednes
day we feature those
of radium silk in navy,
black, seal brown,
taupe, henna, cerise,
peacock and jade.
54-inch hip, $5.00
60-inch hip, $6.95
Sports Hose in
English ribbed pure
wool sports hose in
navy, kamel, cordovan,
gray and black. $1.69
and $1.95 a pair.
Two-toned effects in
silk and wool sports
nose at fl.&O a pair.
Especially for those
women who care about
their appearance but
lack the initiative of
choosing the fabrics,
the colorings and the
style of their costumes.
For their aid Miss
Riley, a Vogue de
signer, will be here
all of this week. She
will be of materia as
sistance in the selec
tion of your winter
3. to ad Floor
A Fine Idea
If you care for sewing,
would be to make your
own comforts. For
the coverings, we bave
36-inch cotton challies
in a delightful range
of Persian and floral
patterns for 20c a yd.
And 36-inch silkoline
of the very best qual
ity in Persian and con
ventional designs, 25c
For filling them there
are 3 and 4-pound
pure white cotton
batts in one large sheet,
size 73 by 90. $1.25
and $1.50 each.
We are now offer
ing exceptional cor
sets in fancy bro
cade or satin. A
wide elastic band at
the top assures com
fort to every move
you make. Allow
us to show you this
model. Priced $3.95.
ntieJrienAJtfSfiop in HieJfearlofOmaJt
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VUttol tit. I JO, aWtric, $ J I
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