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The Omaha Morning Bee
VOL. 52 NO. 113.
f it' . CI.H M.IIM 31, IkM II
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OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1922.
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Red Flare ami JJras Hand
I'roelai.u Spirit of Iii,ul
limns at Lincoln m
Sujiport of Ticket.
DoAn: f. U-v.
Inception lOr Women
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luff I arir.iHintl.ol Tha Omaha llu,
Miuiiln, Oct. 26 (Special Tele
gram.! Three thousand, half 0 thru,
women, listened to It. II. Jfovrvll, can
didal for United Wale senator:
I'hnrle H. Itaitdall, candidate for gov
ernor, and Mm. Miry Hlght, at
monstrous republican rally held at the
city auditorium. At him! f.llll were
i'iiiihi 1, fiin standing room in the
ah i,i.i.fui,i,.i t.ri,iiKiii i'ni-i
1 1 r.,ui ,i, ,,.. ,;., Til A.,rH.Mn
I.. gi"ii band, national, stale mill roiin-
I- i.indidniis, the II. A. It. f ff and
. ivr.v roipr, i it- itv Mi.by imtui, tinf
. unity r.i high iio,,i i.r.i umi
I., my rim fin.d wiiti f..i:i,uiii..ii.-Mip.
I Ml" n ir t lit- republican cause, wri t-
In llir pririirla. TIiuhwiihIh of lurch
It'.hti ll.'.-lilfd lti wny.
I'lllllll'I'M ill I JIM ill"
Hon, n( thi'
uitnau 1'iirriru Mini
"f.i iiijlilic.iii cumlliluK me rifurm-ii-wi'
Ikiv no nilii in, cluiivoy
mH, wilclu rmr rnliitnukrrii."
"KfClrli-my, trgnmny, wmlty."
"l,!uir Ihuuk ta nut ilnnl."
' Wb ilarnl for mlniuute utiitu irmti-tutlniiii--(t'')'l
"Ktiul 1'wmiliiH'a rccnnl,"
"It. B. Ilowrll, I'lillt'd fctulcn mini
Stotw Chl.iii-ll of Lincoln Intro
ducrd the uprnkrii. . HcuIpiI on the
lliilf'rm with Ihr Mprnlcrra were
county cuiiillilfif urn) acvt'iul of the
w t ii r ruii'l'iliil'fl, IncludiiiK Dun Hwan
ann, ranilliliiti; for hind coinniliwlonvr',
i.irirgc Miimh. ramlldiite for atul
iiuilltor; Vreil Johndon, camlldute for
hrutcnnnt govrrnor; C. V. Jtobinaon,
cHmliduts for alula tiranurcr.
Itri-rptlon fur Wunirn.
During tho aftprnoon a hlg rcccp
lion w.n held In the govrrnor'a man
fcinn for rrpuldlcun wunirn workora.
Mr. Saniuid K. McKclvlfi wn the
hijHtvsn. Mr. II. It. Ilowrll and Mra.
chnrloa II. Randall wcra gueata of
At noon todny, a hunquet waa held
t tha Ilncoln hotel by republican
ork!r. Addrrnara wrre made by
.Iude K. T!. Terry Hnd othrra.
II. H. Ilowrll, in upprarlng on the
platform, did no HKtilimt wurnlnga by
filrnilg, who hnd become alarmed ovrr
u bud cold ho hud contract.! which
forced him to abandon the Huvrlock
nddrcmi this afternoon and drive direct
to Lincoln from Millard and go to bed,
where he remained until time for the
parade. Mr. Howell wa disappointed
In mlmilng tho Huvelock meeting and
will aandwlch In a meeting on his
si hedulo aumvtltne.liext week.
Trepans for Unlit.
Primula of nil candidate from all
part of the mate were In Lincoln
tonight to ulvike handa and arrnngo
for tho laHt week of the buttle. The
lepulilti'.m organization lugging firnt
by a promiHC of easy vktnry, la now in
full swing with wor paint on, follow
ing; reports of vast expenditures of
Senator Hitchcock In perfecting on or
ganization both In cities and counties.
On all aides there were grim smiles
on the faces of republican war horses
and expressed determination that the
millionaire candidate fur United States
senator and tho half dry, half wet can
didate, for governor couldn't win with
their phalanx of taxlcabs and hun
dreds of workers.
At Crete lat night, Mr. Howell
poke to a large crowd. He was Intro
duced by T. V. Runsell, his hoarseness
resulting from his cold making It diffi
cult for him to deliver addresses to
large crowds nt I 'raver Crossing and
Mllfoiil. J. H. McCord was In charge
of the nvrr Crf suing meeting and
Mr. .1. II. Muir officiated at the Mllford
$2,000,000 Itarton I'Mate
t in. . ... Tl.r.. ll-iri,
County Judge Crawror.l jecraa
iiirnr.l over the ;.O0,0Pn estate of
the late K. C. l'.arlon, Omaha capital
M. to tlir three children.
The children. Wolf, Catherine and
Wu-lleuh with Ihelr mother, came
In f em lh east. Mr. liarton be
to PI I. ,
Lv ti term, . f the ill Mie tUir
I. m ,n appoint.! guardian sml e..t h
i lii'.J is t. rvlv on third Inter
M In Ih ! Ihsl consisted largt-iy t
of tH unli and uh In an tmiahj
Uirlt nuing Ihe . urill
..ii in the Amert.'.in Hnu-lno "l
livfin'iig rior. niih4 Nlnal
l.uk n. the i-n hti-t iu.ii y
ltipiniit ff Hour Front 1. S.
rrif at CoiistJiitiuopli'
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t,y la AmrO'SlI ' tie-IM
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Randall for Governor
As the weakness and false
come home to the voter, the Randall campaign d'' Vk
utronger and atronger. Nebraskans do not want t i,'kVv'll'
They cannot be, as the fact become know- jy,'
Just as thoHe who knew
is proving the type of man that the Nebrl;,.." -itr can
tie to. This annlies to the farmer, the worke. and voters of
! all chuiHes.
I M.d is ot ' ve" ,to boaatlng or ranting.
1 He does not make false promises. .
i But he has behind him a record as a farmer and u legis-
jJator. . . , .
He 1 man experienced in state affairs.
As state senator in the last term, Randall had a close-up
on the entire taxation situation. He helped to work out the
budget by which the special session reduced state taxes one
third for the year 1922.
This is actual accomplishment of the republican admin
stration. It compares with false promises made by Ran
The Nebraska state platform recognizes squarely the
taxation problem. It pledges further reduction in taxes.
Randall and the republican ticket are running on this
Moreover, in the
publican ticket, the taxation
hands, hands that have already accomplished results thut
tne taxpayer can see in his tax receipts for the year 1922.
I , ,, '
Randall s platform does not call for the abolishment of
i the ajrricultural and labor departments of the state. It calls
, for strengthening and developing the usefulness of these de-
partmentD while cutting the corners on expense,
i Although opposed by a campaign of unprecedented and
j proven falsehood, not once has
l flillv phttWantruA
y, . "s.. 1
. M 1 .1 VIM.IIVIIKVUi
ivamiHii ('unijiuign nun ufen eiuimn)itii. ma up uuiif ii
have resisted every effort of Randall to pin them down to
definite thin.? and thereby have shown up the falseness of
' their promises.
j Randall stands for the retention of the sate-wide pri
jmary. He stands for enforcement of prohibition. He stands
I for economy but he sees no economy in overturning an entire
I system of government.
Randall has made no new and strange alliances. Hia
: campaign is not machine made. The choice of Randall in
; the primary was a clear cut primary choice and not a ma
chine combination masquerading under the guise of the
Randall is gaining steadily because the neople of Ne
braska have had enough of false theories. They have had
enough of false promises and world philosophy.
Randall should be elected and with him a republican
legislature and the entire state ticket. The Nebraska state
government must not be a house divided against itself.
With Randall as governor and the legislature in reason
able pecord, Nebraska can continue its progress and not fall
into slough of reaction, false, theories and unredeemed
Ship Booze Law Not
to Be Enforced Now
Withheld Pending Final In
terpretation of Statute by
WuHliintrton, Oct. 28. I'endins a
final Interpretation of the statute by
the supreme court probably late next
month or In December, enforcement
of the national prohibition law under
the ruling holding It to prohibit pos
session of llouor on foreign ships with
in American territorial waters will be
withheld, according to the indicated
policy of administration olllclals.
It was after tho decision to defer
enforcement of the. law, ns construed
Iry Attorney General Daugherty, had
been formally communicated to As
sociate Justice Rrandris of the su
preme court yesterduy that he denied
the writ of supersedeas sought by
various shipping lines to stay enforce
ment of Federal Judgo Hand's de
cision at New York, dismissing their
petition for a permanent injunction
against application of the Volstead
This decision was announced by Sec
retary Mellon in a statement explain
ing an Informal order issued to cus
toms ofllcers and prohibition agents
under which foreign ships are per
mitted to continue to carry liquor
within American territorial water
under seal as heretofore.
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.ret!itor lirmp ?uit
.eauihi it brrani i arwr i
Involuntary lankruptry suit aguinst
the Silver Moon Ice cream parlor, 110
j Karnain street, owiml by the estate
I of Jatpra Skrekas, was brought in
' federal court yesterday. Sam Pap-
pas, with a claim of V. Km, Joteph
! Ilonaii I, l.'rt. and Adolph Hplxxo. t:i,
rie Ihe pellliopliig n.-dlba They
let oui dl I" t Mai.
JIeirrs I Sought.
Ksncis Cily. kn , tKI !- !
it. nui her l 4ii a sear, h f'r
V.ro lor tln. who .
Is .i d l-i U- fr to ail tsl.tla of
1 1 -u u.'O t.e iuih.l to her 1V ber
findrKllwr at :ronhion. 111., s
tutl of leii.r I'l dele. uvr fr.-B
Via ll T I'.it't K""iull U. tli
k ll int
Real Estate Ads Have
llttl Kutate nlrrtiii!rf h a ilUtimiUt "new
viilue." Th Iirt Ptfer of pnprty f'r wile i, in
rt llit)'. n Hru vi
If yoii n In th nurket for a home, tarn NOW U
h "new item of ral ett offer ty th follow.
rT firn' n h "Want' Al ?Un ef Th
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h a ..
pretension of his opponent
him best pro. . -ail
hands of uandall and the re
problem will be in experienced
Randall's word been sucess-
Mtn Who Interrupted Senator
Norris at JVorfolk Recog
nized as Omahans.
O'Neill, Neb., Oct.. 26. -(Special,)
Hecklers who Interrupted the ajihlress
of Senator George Norris nt Norfolk
Tuesday night were from Omaha and
In the employ of the democratic cen
One, W. J. McNIcholls, formerly of
Lexington and now of Omaha, was
an unsuccessful candidate for lieu
tenant governor at the democratic
primaries. John Dougherty, tho oth
er. Is from Omaha, and wired from
Norfolk the signed letter carried on
the front page of Wednesday's World
Horajd. McNIcholls Came to O'Neill on the
same train with Senator Norris and
was recognized by the latter, both it
the station and during the senator's
address Kerr. McNicholls' father, S.
J. McNIcholls. Uvea at O'Neill. Neith
er heckler Interrupted Norris here.
Peru Directed to Pay U. S.
$125,000 for Guano DepoMts
London, Oct, . Ry A. P.) The
I'eruvlan government has lieen direct
ed to pay IIHS.OOD to the United Slates
government by the International arbi
tration commission which has been
silting here to settle a longstanding
j iiinimi. I'vrr KUHOO ocpoftjtfl, i ne
(money win be paid to the rmiei
" "i i m-in. mm
signs of John Cellestlnr Landrrsu
The diNpule oriclnalt-d over half
century ago, and involved claims
against Peru by John tVIItine l.an.
itreaii, a iiutuialKnl American, who
(latmetl cotaiieniatlon from Peru for
ll a iiisno deiHMii In li.'.n and UT.i.
tall Citv Ua No Ufatln
t . l I IT. ...1. killing of G.oig II, Mn -kninn, widely-
forlenodof UoMonthkmn lllrl(I,(a, wn ln ,
r..IU Ctl. .Vrh, I VI. J - m,ewu P(,flrit .,,
-All local ii.orlaUly t.ord we., h !(l)(f , ,.,,, ,rm.yi ,na, ,., hl,,,
Urxed to t. broken, when tin deaths ; ....i,,,.. ,,., ,h. ,, ..... ,h .i
ritll In r nils Cllv for a to
KiuiiHi prri.t. Til word was Mkvn
whrii Mis Jai.. l'an II. noun. 4,
ihmi hrre (mn New Yoik inv.
In .-. il..l ud.ka!v at Ihr h-MP.e of
Mi Uuv i'i.h-K of Ih.s nv. Mi
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Communist Who Served Year
in Prison Is Candidate for
Parliament Is Dissolved
Glasgow, Oct. 2(1. (By A, P.h
Prlms Minister Honnr Law was
unanimously adopted today as the
conservative and unionist candidate
for purllament from the central divi
sion of Glasgow, A resolution of con-
faience in him waa passed,
London, Oct, :', Illy A. P.) A
proclamation dissolving parliament
was signed by King George this
morning ut a privy council held at
Famli Ifuliiini, t lie royal estate in Nor
folk, The proclamation will be gazet
ted this afternoon.
The proclamation fixes November
20 as the date for the new parlla
merit to assemble.
The king also aigued a proclama
tion summoning Scottish peers at
Holyrood paloca November 15 to elect
the 18 representative peer of Scot
land to serve In the new parliament.
Oratory rills Und.
Oratory by aspirants for scut In
the new parliament (Ills the land.
Thirteen hundred candidates have,
up to no, entered the campaign for
iiiinitiersliip In the house of com
mons. Of these, about 425 are con
servatives. Jn round numbers, labor
has 4a candidate In the field, the
AHi.ulllibn or free liberal 300, and
he Lloyl Georgean or national lib
The little Welshman, who lost his
post as prime minister last -week Is
vigorously striving to Increase the
number f candidates under his ban
ner. To oh: alii an outright majority In
tho new parliament, any one party
would have to elect 315 candidates. It
will lie seen therefore that tho con
servatives and laborltr are the only
two wltu enough candidate in the
Peld to f.btaln an ' independent ma
jority. Their organizations have been
whipped Into far better shape than
tbone of the other parlies,
.lahi;ow Center of Interest.
The labnrito manifesto hold
ptominenl place In all the morning
papers today. They emphasize Its
leading point by heavy lypo head
lines, showing how tinitlntatl the la-
boor platform Is to most of tho paper.
One of the main centers of Interest
in the whole eloctton Is Glasgow,
where the new prime minister, bonar
Law, has two opponent in his cam
paign for re-election as the member
from the central division of that city.
Former ISallle Mitchell la his opponent
(fn tho labor ticket and Sir George
I'flish is opposing him as a free lib
One of the candidates in Glasgow Is
tM communist, John MacLean, whose
Urm of 12 month in prison for sedi
tion expired yesterday. Treated as
a political prisoner, MacLean devoted
a emit part of his time behind' the
bars to study of political matters.
Iteporls that Premier lionur Law
In his expected reform of administra
tive departments might relegate the
works of the ministry of labor to some
other di'irfirtmcnt have ntroiigly
aroused the leaders of the labor party,
who will vlgoiuiusly oppose any such
change. Tho labor ministry, founded
In a small way In ISlti, has grown
to be a big department, with an an;
nual expenditure of almost 5,000,000
for salaries and allowances alone.
Judge Orders Verdict
Corsica mi, Tex., Oct. 26. Judge
Scarhrough tonight Instructed Ihe Jury
to bring In a verdict ugalnst Karle II.
Jmlge Scarbrnugh took this action
following the filing of a motion by
plaintiff attorneys asking the Judge,
to Instruct the Jury to give answers
negative to Mavflt-ld s in t of the 21
lu-stioiis propountliHl by the Judge
In his charge to the Jury.
.Murtlrrer r.xoneraieii t
Mis Convicted Partner
J.ii Kxoul Itie, r'l.i , Oct. 24- r'lank
n iv, Inn. who. with John II. Pom-,
Jut ksonville attorney, was oncted
of inuidrr In the first d-gree for the
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lUKllll Slid l'i l Writ- . nli lo i-. li
lif linpi isonniriit Tie UI ao( iu. .
jcolllt l.ol Ink .(u.i 'o l
iju.st for 4 e It Ul
iVpurtiurnt C. A. It. Clupbin
Oiii at Koine in !parioi
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Reds in Control
Japs Complete Kvacuation ;
Yank Cunhoat'ou Guard
With Allied Warehips.
Toklo, Oct. 20. (Ly A, Ph-Troop
of the red army representing the far
eastern republic of Siberia wcra In
complete possession of Vladivostok to
day. The hist of the Japanese, soldiers
evacuated tho city yesterday after
handing over to the Invading reds
an Inventory of tho arms left behind
and the key to the warehouse con
taining them. Only a. Japanese staff
captain remained to complete the
transfer of military stores.
The Japanese troops, who had been
embarking since Tuesday, left the
Siberian port in 10 transports, mak
ing a stately priH'eSHlon.
An American gunboat, Hrllish and
French cruiser and Japanese wur-
snips remain In Ihe Vladivostok liar
Imr to protect foreigners until the
Chita forces have taken over the
administration and assumed respons
ibility for maintaining order.
A wireless message to the admiralty
today said that both the soviet gov
ernment of Moscow and the govern
ment of the tar eastern republic were
represented in the delegation that look
over tho arms from the Japanese.
Peace reigned in the city as the
transports pulled out of tho harbor,
and as most of the white guards havt
departed no trouble Is anticipated.
llehl on Munler Charge
Kresno, Cal., Oct. 2i. Whllo U
fenae. attorneys sought to bring out
the coroner's Jury verdict of "Jusllifl
able homicide" to secure releane of
Oeorge Harlow, confehed wlfo slayer,
ilUDtlcn Shoit of O'Neals today pas"d
iif. the verdict and held Harlow to
answer to the superior court for trial
on Ihe charge of murder preferred by
V. orr, faitn r of the dead w.to.
No dale for arraignment on the unit-
tV .-hill-en -Ail .el I
Anticipating a legal battle by
friends lnoaii of the vidlct'of liio
coiom-r Jury, lastist Attoney
Mosnii A. Ilaihv i'iiw on Ihe counn
lit asm v lor fun's to secure a"l'.-j
HI ie !n l lonei ulloii of the confciicil'
1. W. W. Atli inptinn to Start !
"Peaerful Htolutioii" j
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limii!ii VVoil.. is of l'o Woild am.
.li li. Hoi 1 1-4 l.i bung nt. ill 4 p-H' .a
hie l-Volillliili. Wjllri Hlllilli, lollo. r,
mi-inlur of iis K-ir M b.wi'1. flill
liotM Im Hi' il.lrnw in Ihe trial of j
! in. tiiixin i f th. I W , t't.nw-d I
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. . 1 OCT
No Man's Collar,
Hepuhlican Candidate for
Governor AfMregee Two
Crowd in Fremont
Sloan Joins Parly.
lly A. It. (iKOIf.
Sliiff iirre.y.inil'iit The Omulia lire.
Lincoln, Oct. U. (Hpeclal.H-Two
hundred member of the Jvlw aril
club, lunching ot the Pathfinder hotel
In Fremont, greeted Charles If. Ilan
dall uproariously when he was intro
duced to them by Cleorge Ktaats.
Kenator Ilundall, In scotching a
story that ho had promised to reap
point all present state employes, sld
with a smile: "The only way in which
I resemble? Andy flump Is that I wear
no man'a collar." The Kiwanians
rocked with merriment.
At 1:1u 'Senator Handail addrvsac'J
a crowd of about SOO at tho court
house. Il was iMroduccd by C! K.
"The code law is nol respoiiMibb- for
high taxes." he said. "If you abol
ished all the code law offices you
would av only one cent in every $3.1
of tax you pay."
A cro'.'d estimated at HOG heard s.-i -aior
Randall and former Congressman
Charlf-i i. oan at Nortii Head. Mr
Sloan joined the Randall party un
expectedly at Hehuv'ir to "atcal a
ride" to tremont. he said.
"Randall," he said. "Is a inaifvhom
neither the frown of power nor tho
prejudice T.f politics will ever swerve
one lota from what he knows to be
tight. It Is only a iiuextlon of how
many audiences get to see and hear
him how great his majority will be
on election day,"
Tae i liming Domi.
Itussetl A. Ilobinxon Introilueed Mr.
Randall. "Tuxes are coining down to
a prewar level," said Senator Randall
"Various great projects like roads and
Ihe new capltol, which we are payhw
for us we gs-o, luoiead of Imrrowim
money to ilu lin-m, will soon bi fin
ished. Illinois has Imrrowed ii,mion
(Hill lo build roads. Wm hse paid for
l fur. a fa. T. I olum. fmir.k
Another Woman Drawn
Into Matzenauer Divorce
Diva I'rotluot'H Threatening Letter Sent to Her
Chauffeur llubaml, Seeking Decree, ly Cali
fornia Woman; Divorce Trial Set for
H.. leilnmu lk(. T 4oWii-r
it. nt (.ft. I..UV r - v i. -I i lo
lit. i ntiiHi.u iii ln ilu ii. a lien
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! Trial Is, Resumed
j Prosecution Impeded to Clotfu
Cac; Portland Situation
I Kai.Tnmento, Cul., Oct. i'l. Trial of
j Hi member of the Industrial Worker
j of the World,, charged with violating
j the California criminal syndicalism
law, which was delayed yesterday be
' cause of the illnees of Austin B.
Lewis, counsel for the defendants,
was to be resumed today. Only one
witness, William M. Klmpson, for
mer chief of police of Htockton, waa
examined yesterday by the prosecu
tion, regarding the (lading of phoa
phorous nt Stockton, alleged to have
been hidden by member of the I.
W, W. to set grain lire.
The prosecution probably will close
Its case today. f
Meanwhile, a further investigation
Is belag conducted into an alleged
attempt of I. W. W. to establish cen
tral hendijuartcrs in Sacramento for
Die purpose of committing acts ot
The Investigation follows the ar
rest of 14 men said to have been car
rying 1. W. cards and the confls
cation of a large quantity of 1. W.
W. literature Tuesday night. i
Portland .Situation Relieved.
Portland, Ore., Oct. HB. Willi the
local strike committee of the Indus
trial Workers- of the World sending
out telegraphic request to Chicago
headquarter to cancel reported In
struction lo member to Invade Port
land, and with, evacuation of the
Portland I. V. V. hall by police under
Instruction of Mayor (leorgo I
linker, the situation hero today wa
much relieved. Coincident with the
turning over to tho I. W.W. of Ihelr
local headquarters, the police, also
under tho mayor' Instruetlos. ur
! tendered half a truck load of I. W.
J W. literature which had Ix-en arixed.
j Thirty Soldiers Killed.
i Halomki, s-t. i'S lieapile denial
'from SoflK that Ihe llulgarlan move
nielli i g:iinitig hrniltviiy, a ii port
'from NeviMl.en elates that In a mill
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l)i friiildtit Accused of Writing
Oiijt'ctioiiubh1 Letter, Soma
l)cfiiiiinling Miiiicy, to
Father Is a Ncbraskan
Chlcsgo, Oct. William K Pry
ant, former county Judge of Cednr
county, Nebraska, wua (he first wit
ness today In defense of hi von,
fcugenn layuiit, charged Willi writ'
lug ohji clioiiable letters, soma lit
them demanding money to Mrs. Itea
io Shot well.
Thn young mini came to Chicago In
I'JIA to study hit and afterward serv
ed In the war, it Whs of peculiar
temperament, und when an Infant
cbllil suffered convulsions mid later
from some unexplained cause one c
becanio twisted, the father aald,
' Identifies I filers.
The youth's extreme shyness wit
ri.-maiked Upon, the father said, anil
at Hun when there were guest In
the home bo was known to bav
climbed a ladder to enter I ho hous
und to avoid the guests,
lihuilifyliig "iMilson pen" letter!
had received and recounting tele
phonic threat to her, Mrs. Hliotwell
testified yestMiluy at the trial of
young liryniil, alleged author of th
notes am culls.
Ills trial on a charge of "extortion
by threats was begun yesterday be
fore Judge Marcu Kavanayli.
Hubstuiitliillon of Mr. Kliolweil
testimony was given by her husband,
O. A. Hhotwell, who said ho recog
nized the voice over the phone as that
of Iryu,nt, formerly an elevator oper
ator In their uimrtrnent building.
He suid the threat hud almost
caused Mr. Hhotwell a nervous col
lapso before liiyant was captured and
the letters ceaseij.
Hryant di-fenst-, It I eld, will be
Insanliy. Ur. William O. Krohn,
allenlt, I expected to y so. This
statement will be met for the state
by tir. Jf. Ijougla Singer, former
Bryant' aged father, a former
judge at Ilurtlngton, Neb., where hi
also served a prosecuting attorney,
Is assisting In the defense of hi aon,
whose (rouble ho lay to nervou
shock while gervlng with tho A. E. J',
U. S. to Be Asked
' to Near East Meet
Eleven Invitations Will He
Issued for Conference
'aris, Oct. 20 (Hy A, P.V-Kra'nce,
Italy, arnl Oreat Hrltaln have agreed
to Invite the L'nlted Htate to parllei.
pute officially In tho near east policy
conference at Lashaun, Hwltnerland,
Kleven lnvltftiion will ho Issued ti
all to th United Slates, Turkey,
Clreece, Krance. Orent Britain, Italy;
Japan, Jngo Slai'la and Rumania, for
the peace conference, and to the so
viet Russian and Bulgarian govern
ments to take part In the discussion
"Mho question of the Dardenelles.
The suggestion that the l'nlted
States be Invited came from Lord Cur
zon, the British secretary for foreign
affairs, The Invitation wilt bo handed
to the Stale department In Washing
ton probably tomorrow by the French,
British and Italian embassies.
Two Government Attempting
to Function ut Fooehow
Anion. rhiiiR, Oct. Ill, (Ity A. P.)
Two uovcriimi nm are altemptlng to
fuio tloii nt Kooi liuw, caintal of 1'uki
en province, where a recent uprising
resulted In tho flight of I.l Hint'lil,
said, to have been friendly lo Die l'o
Hsu Shu i hi t:,', or "Little Hsu." a -
link off party siriving for control,
wlulii Aihulial Snh I 'Io n I'lpg. ,
strotM supporier of the I'ekiu regime,
bead1, tin other, ohnijter li.-i
prophei y lltMt Aibnliiil Sail W .lni.
iilug to anil I'lmlmw and have tha
field lo -Llttbi Ilia "
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