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THE OMAHA PEE: SATURDAY. OCTOPER 28. 1922.
Brief City Neum
Fir Patrol In I'arba Iay and night
fr iMtiroU have linn tahliahed in
tha jwrk by City Commissioner J. H.
Fifth Waul Dlvorro jMtln TU
mond. IS, l'nin I'acifio foreman, who
Ik the fifth huaUnd of Lottie, 40,
filed ault fur divurca yeaterday.
Be Ftnplci) Dlee W. f fhas,
t4, a uhatutln manager of The Oma
ha Dm, died Thursday nlitht of heart
fillura at hi home, 1410 Houth Thlr-ty-eacond
Particular Filed Partlrulara have
been filed In the ran axulnat J. K
Van lorn and C. i. Hnuthard, attor
ney recommended for auspenslon ly
I ha bar aawteliitlnn.
To Wall h Hallowe'en Chi. f of '
1I M. K, Dmpcy Instructed nil of
ficers yeatrrdity to make sprclnl ef
fort to prevent mischievous iti'nt ruc
tion of property during Hallowe'en.
Rotibrd of $!l 5fV W. 8. llelkht, C2
Mouth Twenty-fifth avenue, waa rob-
bed of Itt.CO at the point of a re
vulvar at Twenty-sixth street and
Dewty avenue at 4 ilrdiiy morn
Theater Party Th Concord cluh
held a theater party Thursday nlKht
In celebration of tha Orpheum circuit
ililrd-of a-tentury annlvgranry week.
Tha t'onrordlana war accompanied
by thi-lr ladles,
(then Ufa Raving Badgee Omaha,
Hoy Hi'out Wer awarded American
l:d Cross Ufa saving Iwidges at a
meeting of tha court of honor of tha
i sanitation yesterday afternoon at
ilia city council clmmlier.
Paya l!,.'ni) In Hum Hymla Miller
paid 12, Mi m tinea Into I'nlted Ntutea
district court yesterday. Ona thou.
nd was for hla own fine and tha re
mainder for the three men arrested
when federal snenta raided the At-
Imny hotnl In Auarust.
IT IN 1 01 01
THE SUNDAY BEE
WEST SIDE PROPERTY.
Strictly llin.l.rn; In rhnli lorstlntl on
pav4 airrt, wily almut 2 yaar nM;
il-ly diroi aipil, uak unci nainl flnl.h.
built-in huokiaum: ahad trara, lawn, ale.
IflO Hill hamllf
Temple McFayden Co.,
R,lllnr I60 K.rnam St.
Kvonlnn I'hon. WA. 40t.
5 Rooms, 1-2 Acre
llnod 6-room enttas and ti aor ttl
round; ay kind, of fruit and Krap.a, fond
barn, clih-kan houa. cUm to car and
-heal. I'oaealon on aliurt nolle. 11,080
taah balanca rmy turn..
0. T. liamer,
1 r.nf rarnam St. At. HfiO.
BEACTiruf BKNSOV BI'NOALOW
ONLT IJ69 DOWN.
Mnva In at onr. Narl naw Kallaatena
horn. Klva rooma and bath, atrlntly mod
rn; oak floor throufhout; full camant
baaamanti lvl lot, 014l, with traaa,
lawn, etc. J'avM trr. Da till today.
Tall HA. lin at AT. 7412.
f i ANDY o-room bungalow: lot MiaO; half
Dock from rar Una. Prlc I3,60. C. A.
'irlrnnirl, phona JA. 1614.
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LADIES, 'USE YOUR OWN JUDGMENT
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State Hotel Muddle
Lincoln, Oct. SJ HiwcUtlTli
rommlttea Unit ho liouMrd Ilia
.ik of lirinnlnk vidcr out of tin
rhaoe of the Nvlirtnka llulhllntr and
InvMtintmt company, owner of tho
Nchriu-kii llotfl conipnny, which op
ralPd IioIpIh at a niinilicr of ,Nn
trnaka town, Including tha Koiite
ni'lla at Onnrhn and the Lincoln at
Lincoln, hna Ix-aun Ita altllnaa. It
gonaUta of t'laicmu K. llminon, rep
nacnttng the common tockhoitirn,
-.tin have nil voting power; Lluitlcv
llniMt, rcprei-ntlnK Ihn iicfcrrcd
atockhohlci, and Judii" W, K. 1'or
key, phoaen hy Iheno I wo,
Tha alttlnK nra in eecret, Ho fur
nolhMly hue lawn called Into conaulla
t!on except tha luilf dozen attorney
fur the varloua IKIkhiIn, and Iticy
merely turned over what Information
they had. The roininlltee nnineil Mr.
loiey aa chairman, lie uvd Hint
the diverilty of liitcnalit mukea Ihe
Joli a ditllciill one, Inn that tha com
mittee liiipen to mtike rciommeiiilfi'
tlona that will he acreptahlo and
which will and tha enpenalve Initia
tion now In the court -litre tha
celverahlp Wna overthrown,
K. t". Kppley, who purchaed Ihn
hotal from the receiver for l,uuo,000,
In atlll In niMMPealon of them,
Copper fchliiKli'M which urn now pro
iluced In ft vmieLy of color, tin not
teijuire ihiIiiIIok, I In y urn llht In
wviiiht iml tmi lie a pcifect conductor
Mai, Dally, trt F.vary Night, l
Third of a Canlury AnnHertary
NORTON & Prin""
la "Twantr-lwa LETKA
Waahinilen Th American
Squar" Indian Sraa
rftANK V TEDDY SABTnT
Haraa A Will. I Bird ( ah.r.l
Topic el Day Aaaop'a l-abla
CI3SIE tt CEORGIE
IBo ta 0
IS ta 11.00
See George & Co.,
(Ill lKI.NUKK LOTH ANI HOMES.
It I i, n ,1 r-a pruparty K,
4"4 Kflln Blda. Cll u.
Would Take Navy
Out of Politics
Tel. KB. 140.
"We Build to Please"
iii'.li- MrFavd.n Co.. 1606 riminl ML
7 N O 5" "H"ic 7l) K In.-"h al lor,.
Declares in Address at Des
Moiueg That U. S. Owes
l Dominance to Fight
Dea Moinea, Oct. 27. The United
Stutea "owes Ita independence and
commanding poeitlon in the world'
nffaira largely to tha uchievementa of
ita navy," Hear Admiral Hugh Hod
man, Who commandud the American
battleship force with the British grand
fleet In the world war, declared In a
"navy day" addreaa here today. He
urged his hearers, "as patriotic cit
izens," to Instruct their congressmen
"to give us a 100 per cent navy, so
that tho navy will he ready to act
Instantly, and your money will nohe
"It is a pity," he declared, "that
politics I mean party politics have
such an Important bearing on this
subject, that not Infrequently, our
fighting forces are made to suffer on
this account. If ve had more states
men in congress and fewer local
politicians, ourcountry, and Indirect
ly, our navy, would be greatly bene
fitted. "Are we going to cut our congres
sional appropriations?" he asked, "so
that the navy is ruined; so that we
will continue to spend thousands of
dollars every year for a navy not
quite big enough?"
Hy the terms of limitation of arma
ment treaty, Admiral Hodman as
serted, "the policy of our country in
reference to the strength of our navy,
i.-i definitely established for a period
of years, and It follows logically, thut
the necessity for such a force If im
perative ... If we would live
strictly up to this new naval treaty,
we should build the five plane car
riers allowed and sufficient cruisers,
submarines and aircraft, to bring our
navy up to the ratio. If we do thlH
then wa will have a navy second to
none, end the safety of our commerce
on the higii sea is assured, and we
can look forward to continued pros
perity . . .
"Jn our reduction, duo to the terms
of the late conference on limitation
of armament, whilo It is true that our
building program for capital ships,
that is, battleships and battle cruisers,
tho latter a very necessary and valu
able type, was stopped for -a period
of 10 years, yet many otVthoae which
were stricken from our lists wore old
and antiquated battleships and their
loss la nut a serious handicap to those
ruill remnliilng, and which will con
stitute ourTjialn battle force."
To insert your Want Ad, "Tell the
Telephone" Atlantic JOOO.
i 1 a
Summons IHsmlNaed Merton Tav
lick, Juror in Judge Fitzgerald's court,
found a tag on his car ' summoning
hltn to police court for violation of a
narking law. The summon was dis
missed by Judge Fitzgerald.
in New York City
Funds and Furniture Attached
as Result of Decision in
Oli cr American Trad
ing Corporation Case.
THIRD OF IT
The Best of West
Pacific Selling Fast
and it should
It comprises 30 acres of the highest and most
sightly ground on the beautiful West Pacific
paved road. It overlooks the most lofty trees of
Elmwood park. Grand panoramic view.
It has been added to Loveland, in the district
where $200,000 .worth, of suburban homesites
were sold last spring.
There are no city taxes to pay.
Streets put to perfect grade; most streets to be
graveled; trees to be planted; water main peti
tions filed; Pacific street paved; electric light
lines pass the tract; on road to Happy Hollow's
Proper restrictions for medium-priced homes.
IN THE PATH OF OMAHA'S WESTWARD
Nothing Finer in Douglas County for Homesites
and they are for Men of Moderate Means!
Sale Now On Come Out at Once
Buy by the Acre Sell by the Foot
Although the Sale did not start until Thursday afternoont
one-third of the tract is now sold. If you want to get one j
of the choice sites, come out at once.
SALE CONTINUES TODAY AND SUNDAY
Tbia 30 crea divided Into acr and half tracts is th third unit in the llr West Pacific Suburtan
llomrsit Development. It was formerly the well-known W. M. Poan homo trait, famous for ita high und
sightly location, on the south aid of Pacific from 7fth to Wth street.
Prices Very Reasonable: $650 to $1,500 per Tract
FOUR EXTRA LARGE SITES, HIGHER
Terms Easy 10 Per Cent Cash, 1 Per Cent a Month
Corn) ay ton. 5lta round at all tUnta.
HOW TO GIT THERE t t llmmt saih Paif strl t TiHh strttl. Call us and wa'll cm
SHULER & CARY
Washington, Oct. 27. Tho Mexican
consulate in New York City wits or
dcred closed, It was said today at the
Mexican embassy, because of the de
cislon of the New York state supreme
court in the Oliver American Trading
corporation case, which, It was con
tended, was in violation of both the
principles of civil and of International
law. Mexican officials in New York
also, It was added, had no facilities
with which to carry on their duties,
Inasmuch as tho funds and furniture
of the consulate had been attached.
For these reasons, It waa atitted, the
consulate would remain closed until
the questions at lssuo had been satis
Mexican officials here said they had
asked authorities of the Department
of State to take action, but comment
there was withheld. It was learned
there, however, that the matter had
been taken up directly with New York
jtato officials by thepartmcnt. Un
til a reply is receivea rrom liove.rnor
Miller it is understood that the Ktato
Department will make no reply to the
Commenting on the case Manuel C.
Tellez, charge d'affaires of Mexico,
said that the action of the New York
court was in violutlon of the Immun
ity extended to tha consular repre
sentntlven all over the world.
As explained by the Mexican em
bassy, the Oliver. American Trading
corporation case had its origin in a
contract entered Into by the Mexican
government with that company two
year ngo, granting them certain
privileges to operate their own rolling
stock on Mexican lines and permitting
to collect 60 per cent increased
rates. At the termination cf the con
tract, the comiuiny waa notified to
pay the right-of-way duty established
for all cars running on Mexican lines,
and in default of payment the gov
ernment placed an embargo on the
rolling stock. Embasky officials main
tained that according to Mexican
laws, if any action wna to be taken It
should have been before Mexican tribunals.
U.S.Will Not Cancel
War Debts, Davis Says
pokan, Oct. 27. There wiU lio no
cancellation of the debts owed by tho
European nation to tho Vnlted Htiitc
on loans made during tho wsr, JamcA
J, Davis, nacretary of labor, said In
an addrcN.4 here, ilo spoke In the In
terest of the candidacies of In Hud
KtBtes Senator Miles J'olinlexter ami
Ilepresentallve Ktanley Webster of
Washington for re election.
"President Harding and his admin
Ifctratlon are unalterably determiiiei
Hint Kurope shall pay it debt to us,'
Two hours after bo purchased his
motor car L. M. Oreen, 413 North
Mnetemth atreet, waa aummond Into
police court for tedlng. It coat
him I! in.
Farrar Ticket on Sale.
Tit-kit wer lace. I on lot otdca
le S"-!'il.iV by Ihn Tura hiy Mu. a
rluh In tha conrert In he aunf in th
Auditorium Novmrr J by t ir.illitie
Ilirlli and Death.
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Dread Disease Claims Two
of Family in One Night
Diphtheria claimed Helen, 1(1, awl
Harold, 3, children of John Keniler,
2010 Emmet street, within one hour
Thursday night and left science bat
tling for the lives of Katharine, 11,
and Haymond, 15 months. There arn
three other children In tho homo,
John, 8, who has recovered from tho
disease, and Joseph, 7, and Leo, -5,
who have not contracted it.
Assistant Fire Chief
in Service 31 Years
Although Martin J. Dlneen, llrst as
sistant chief of tha fire department,
began his service In C.mha 31 years
ago yesterday, ho does not want to be
called a veteran. Ilo is still young
mentally and phyiilcnlly. During his
career he has been through many
thrilling exiwrlenc.es. Some members
of the fire department have gone so
far as to Huggeit ho has a charmed
New Pi?gly Wiggly Store.
A new 1'iggly Wiggly store, mnkiiu
111 in all, opens today tit iDOH
Leavenworth street, W. K. llaynei,
manager, announces. A Mower will
be given away to each adult, a bal
loon to each child und a shopping ba,s
to each customer. Kuhins' orchestra
Knights of Columbus
Creighton-r.larquette Football Game
Saturday, October 28
N. B. All Knights pleas call Club Room a fat reserved
. seat,, 91.50. ,
in the best picture o;
LAST TIMES TODAY
Madge Bellamy John Bowers
"The Frozen North"
Egbert Van Alstyne & Co.
Singing Old and New Songt
TOMORROW AND NEXT WEF-K
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