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Tin SUNDAY PF.F.: OMAHA. OCTOr.F.R 2!, 102
Hall Murder Case
No Longer Mystery,
New Witness Fount to Corrob
orate Story of Mrs. Gib
on About Double
Near rfrunawMe, N.J, OH. 21. (fly
. "Tha Hull Mills mi la loin
but It la not a myatiry."
Tli's una th aintrini-nt if Hfrc.il
Jliity Attorney (Jen. ml Williur A.
Molt, who hut tii km over tha liiveatl
KHtlnn nf tha doulila mun1r of llev.
JIiNanl Wheeler Hull un1 Mra. Men
tmr It. Milla, rlmir lnT, on Hie Hill
lips farm mx ck ago. , .
With an aeitlou ly Mr. Molt that
ha nail fouiwl ii wllneaa In rnrrolxirnto
at less! iiut of Ilia atory tuld ly Mia.
J una liipon, fiimier, who rUlma to
luva Mltnesse.l tlia riouhle shootln
ami loVMlllwl two nu'ii tit tha iialh
yirly, thla rlptlc statement n.nill-,
ila1 tha Chh-f development of th
In connection with thla mention nf
a i:orroliriit!ni w.tnesa, a (lurry of n
rltitnt was (iiiiHffl ,y the niirnr
aina In tha of h mysterious wit.
liess h girl of II, and pretty, who, In
company with alula troopi-is, spent
an hour tieor the arena of the munW.
Whence lh Klrl liiiim iind whither
aha dfpiii till flniilncd unknown. The
troopeia Mlmlltel thiit liny liml t.iketi
hr tn Jin Ituseey lime, li'iidliiK " Oi
rhllllpa f.iioi, nt th diniCon of Mr.
Molt, hut. they iln lined to Uinta lha
pmp i f iliv journey.
'I 'liey wnnl'rf"l up uuil flown tha
Inn", whi'li played r.n hl u pint In
Mra. till son's Kriiphlf! story of Hit
IiooIIiik, lie vir IC'tUnK out of Hi K lit
of tha (fiilxipplu tre muter which
tha bodies were found. loiter the
troopera brought tha unldniillllsd Kill
Lurk to town lind aim fllsiipponred.
Mr. Mott received newspnper man
In tha sftnrnooii an 1 answered a at-rl-a
for tuna; lime yesterday.
In connection with a report that
lata troojiara had baert ordered to
aearrh for an antliii motor car
which Mra, Ulhson an Id aha hud sfii
In th lane lha nlfht of tha ahonlli.g,
Mr. Molt waa asked l,y newspaper
men If ha had the tiumber of tha car,
"I have a, combination of flKurea.
hut I don't know whether It la rlnht,"
"lliva you any deacrlptlon of tha
"Vea. hut It ta not very definite."
Asked If ha Jntondcd to inoka an
Arrest or flrat go before lha Brand
jury. Mr. Mott replied;
"If my Judgment prevn.Ha, tha cnaa
will irn b-t ora tha praid Jury."
"When?" tha nwapapermen aakad
"I won't ay," ha replied, "and I hope
thiit when it ArxM, you won't know
In connection with hla alatament
Hint h had found a witness substan
tliitlii part f Mra. tJlhaon'a atory,
Mr. Mott wee asked If ha had learned
ol another eyewitness being preaent
lit the muriW.
"No," be replied. ' "
Mr. Molt' questioned Mra. Glhaon
for a long time today.
Introduction Into the caaa of thla
aturdy farmer womart, who retired
ax a hart-back rider to raise plus, haa
caused a crowd of ruriosly seekers to
deaoend on her humble farm, eager
to catch a cllmpae of her. To protect her
from the curlnua, a elate trooper waa
aent'to her place, blocking ef forte
of newapaper men to Interview her.
New Brunawlck la atrangely Ig
norant of the family hlatory of the
new wltneaa, known to them chiefly
a a "the pig woman.' She Ii believed
to have reaumed her maiden name aft
er her hualMind'i death and clalma to
he a native of Olbaon,, Ky., and re
lated to the Olbaon family, formerly
In the dlatllllng bualneaa. , It la un
deratood that her father waa an of
ficer In the confederate army,
Missouri Pacific Is
Unable to Get Cars
Lincoln, Oct. 28. (Special.) Su
perintendent Kirk of the Mlaaourl Pa
cific told a delegation of proteatlng
bualneea men and furmera, who called
on tha atate railway commlaalon with
i demand for more grain care, that
the road waa abaoluttiy unaoie 10 iur
nlnh them, because eastern connec
tlona had moat of Ita boxciira, and be
in amffiivrd In carrying coal, were
not returning them with the uaual
Mr. Kirk aald that ha appreciated
that creditor were demanding of
farmer that they aell thdr atuff, but
aa a matter of fact, the delay waa
n.nbinv nmiirv for th grain ownera
ecau the ahortitg of aupply would
continue to force up prices mi i"
ThrrcYrar-OM Girl Save '
Haliy Hrother From Flamr
MihImio, fl, tvt. : l.lla Marl
Anderwm, S. diaKd her brother,
an 14 oioiiihi, fnnu hrr honi on
tanch near her tivtay when fire of
unknown origin awepl hroutih !t.
hhe aiff.-rrd nerloua burtii "iter fAlhr
m to nearby f eld at the tun.'
and arrived )o.t a the itnir emeret
f iimi th I imim. Th child drew wai
(.uriir I i ff hrr.
Banker Spanks Wife,
Frank Admission Gets
Him Reversal in SuU
Admits It in Court
Sew York, M. The frank
admlaaloii that he apankril Ida wife
when aha became Incorrigible won
for Frederick l. Monlford, banker
of Ht. I'aul, Minn., a rerral In
the appelate dlvlnloii nf th au
prenia rnurl nf, an order dirrrtlng
jiim In pay Mi-a. Adele lllima Monl
ford $.l rounael fee In her suit
Th apaliklng wag administered,
Monlford :i Id nl a hotel In Naples,
llaly, In October, I0:i. "afler .Mr.
Mont ford altemplril to attack me,
lor rorrrrtlng our child for naughti
ness. "Nh jumped around and struck
at me, finally losing lier balance
and falling In the floor. Her stale,
mint that I struck her, knocking
her down, la a blamed, unvarnished
lie, and ah know It," Monlford
Stand in Support
of Lloyd George
Former Secretary of Colonies'
IsHiieu Manifesto From Sick
Hc:l Criticise, New
London, Oct. 27.-HHy A. I'.) An
election manifesto, written from a sick
bed by Wlnntoii Kpeneer fhunhlll, sec
rrtiir for the colonic In th IJoyd
Ci-org cabinet, point out that the
preaent la tha first time since 16
that a purely conservative government
la In power. Wince that time, Mr,
Churchill ya, there hna been a great
extetiHlon of the franchise, Including a
glKanlla extension to women, "th
first concise manifestation of which
w now are about to wlinesa."
Kemarklng that the fiew premier
haa declared a policy virtually Iden
tical Willi the policy the coalition
government waa pursuing at home
and abroad, Mr. Churchill aaaerta that
If the new minister their duty
and avoid reactionary couraea, they
should be accorded all reasonable sup
port. He adds that tha altuation la
not calling for a center party,
'I ask you," the manifesto saya,
"to adopt nie elmply a a liberal end
free trader, hut If the public welfare
require It, I shall not hesitate to co
operate with the aober, patriotic and
progressive unionist element. These
ar no times when moderate-minded
men can afford to dissipate friend-
ahlp and support."
Mr. Churchill declare thla atand la
all th more necessary "In view of
the formidable oclalltlc attack which
gathering In lh oppoalt quar
ter. A predatory and confiscatory
program, fatal to th reviving pros
perity of the country, lnaplred by
clast jealousy and doctrine of envy,
hatred and malice, 1 appropriately
championed in Dundee, by candidates,
both of whom had to he eent up dur
ing the war in order to prevent them
from further hampering the national
In conclusion he aaya:
"X take my atand by Lloyd George.
I waa hla friend before he waa funious,
wa with him when ail were at his
ftet. Now when the men who fawned
upon him, who praised even hla et-
rora, who climbed Into place ana
parliament upon hla ahouldera, have
cast him aside, when the free fanatics
(meaning the Astjulthlnian liberals)
think the time haa come to pay off
old aoores, when McKeena, the polit
ical banker, emerge from his opulent
seclusion to administer what he doubt-
lea calculates la the finishing kick, I
am still hi friend and lieutenant."
Bomb Partly Wrecks
Chicago, Oct. 28. A bomb partially
wrecked the home of Bernard F.
Sunny, chairman of the board of di
rectors of the Illinois Telephone com
pany. Labor troublea are blamed for the
explosion. None of the Sunny family
waa at home. The fact that the
house was only recently completed
by Ijtmlis award workers la thought
to have Inspireed the explosion.
The blast destroyed much of the
front of the house and wna areom
pn n led by a concussion which shiver
ed most of the windows In the neighborhood.
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flat hli4 N4 M bed."
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Mm ftl I a MmnnU.
a4 suuka, mst wMr,"
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aabl M4tti4 MtVaJi.
Arretetl at Prison Oatei
rhlladelphla, fKt. it. Frank
Thuiiinaon. nUa known a Arthur W,
liimch. a gradunt of a California col
! lege, was arrested today aa ha waa
ihalng th eta! penitentiary where
he served tu and a half yrara for
l obtaining lAI'eriy londa under falsa
! pretensia. II brok down when he
found h must go to It.wton to fac
' similar charge The polh said h
J was w.ntd on IV saiii rhtrea In
laieattl and rlitni,r. hut th li.tn
chtnf take prtn-edem
Aitiri l'l.m ti Start
Nonstop Fliflit n Nov. I
tlrova l ily, tm . tvt :t l.leiit.
Kelly n. Mat Uraady f lb aviation
rt'tfm yUn l let lUn riii, l'l ,
Vut.ii twr 4 en Ibrlr pi---.d h 'tf
iii l hl lv N V.ib -iiy, a.-t-fd
i log t Icitrr fiit'iii K-ilr t.i. h bit
faiiatitt hu ll r'.t, -
K'(i fct-l iflar t hin
a l-:l to-alt ta t t f-r that
H.ght, Tl' rR4 t.,1 t.li.l lh
i'urty uUI b H.le la rf'l-
uiii.lf I bii
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( lung t ltr t laa, tK tl III IM'
Mo .Vt'i.-hl lank, waa ni4
f.l.ll . Ka tf f ! ftth b '
f t it l baitb, t "H. ii Al
luittay Itua.ifcrai a 4 Wtfciai.g
CumforUhle aurroundinui, plcaa
injr atmosphere, and appetuinf
food with one' friends, the
luncheon hour becomes a pleasure.
Special Menu, 68
Tea Raaai Savsatk Flaw.
Tuesday Noonday Program
12.20 to 12:50
This week we offer a muaical
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Nlehon
Talented local tenor and
Mis Anna Parker
pupil of Cecil Herryman, and winner of
first prize on the two original compos.!
tioni that nhe entered in the New York
No admission charge.
Burgtss-Nasb Audllarlum Fifth Flr,
Miss Blanche Sorcnon, one of
Omaha's bent known musicians, will con
duct a aeries of Victrola concerts, the
first of which will be given Wednesday
afternoon, at 3:45 o'clock. She will
accompany each record with interesting:
Miss Sorenson was formerly traveling
representative of the Kducational De
partment of the Victor Talking Machine
November 1, 3:45 p. m.
No Admission Charge.
Buritss-Nsth Audllarlum Filth Hoor,
With the First Hint of Frost
The New Winter Wraps
I " r ' JT)i l P ai,'J
Not content with the use of aoft, velvety fab
rics of unprecedented beauty, luxurious wraps in
dulge in lavish use of fur. The result is the model
sketched, a slightly bloused wrap of Broadtail
cloth with Panvelaine skirt and generous cuffs
and collar of black fox. This exclusive model is
moderately marked at- $225.
OTHER NEW MODELS
In our varied assemblage of winter coats in
cludes many wrappy styles of delightful warmth
and grace: Corona, Preciosa, Tarquina, and
Marcova, tailored or trimmed with beaver, squir
rel, fox or wolf. Altogether you will find a fas
cinating variety of winter coats at
$49.50, $79.50, $125 to $250
BurfMt-Nath Coal She Third Fleer.
To be fashionably coif fed, one's
hair must b perfectly waved. Our
"Inoil" permanent wavo In no wy
Injures the hair. It is equally sue
cessful with short and lonf hair.
Black aad Whll Rst Third Flaer
Favored Among New
Fabrics for Now
These of Moderate Price
Paisley Crepe Yard, $2.95
Crepe de chine and georgette crepe
in new colorful Taisley patterns. 40
inches in width.
Kimono Silks Yard, $1.65
Beautiful flower and butterfly designs
in soft silk. 36 inches in width.
Silk Duvetyne Yard, $3.45
Silk faced duvetyne in the newest fall
shades, as well as black and white. 86
Chiffon Velvets Yard, $4.45
Black, navy blue and brown velvet for
.suits, gowns and wraps, 40 inches in
Poiret Twill Yard, $3.95
5i-inch all-wool twill in navy blue and
brown. Correct wcighU for suits and
Blue Serge Yard, $1.45
All-wool French serge, 44 inches in
width, in navy blue only. Specially
BurtcM-Nash JJ.cond Floor.
A Pre-Holiday Choice Offered in This
Sale of Fine Handkerchiefs
At Great' Savings in Price
Regardless of the need or the occasion,, we may safely say that
from this group of sale-priced handkerchiefs you may successfully
select for gifts or for personal use. There are inexpensive school
handkerchiefs, finer linen ones, exquisite lacey affairs, and even
those for men and boys.
The Practical Ones
Women's cotton handkerchiefs with colored
hem or embroidered comer, each, 5c.
Women's all Bolid color, pure linen handker
chiefs, each, 25c.
Fine Swiss handkerchiefs with spoke hem,
Fine linen plain hankerchiefs for women,
each, 20c. '
Women's plain linen or initial or embroidered
handkerchiefs, fine quality, 2 for 25c.
Women s handkerchiefs, wide lace footing, in
white, each, 35c.
For Men and Boys
Men's soft finish handkerchiefs, large
size, 2 for 25c.
Men's pure linen . handkerchiefs,
Hand-drawn pongee handkerchiefs
for men, fine quality and several colored
designs, each, $1.00.
Coy Scout handkerchiefs, fast colors,
2 for 25c.
Men's pure silk khaki colored, large
size, each, 25c.
Men's cotton, large size, 3 for 25c.
One big lot of colored handkerchiefs,
in lissue, 2 for 25c.
Men's cotton handkerchiefs, good
Red and blue bandana handkerchiefs,
fast colors, each, 5c.
Women With Forethought Will Appreciate
These Real Irish Linens
These for Gifts
chiefs, white and colors, each, 50c.
Women's pure linen handkerchiefs
with narrow hems, 3 for $1.00.
Women's pure linen handkerchiefs
with 1 12-inch hems, each, 50c.
Hand-made Madeira handkerchiefs,
all linen, each, 75c up.
Hand-made Armenia handkerchiefs,
all linen, each, 60c up. t
Pure linen initialed handkerchiefs for
women, 3 for $1.00.
Women's all hand-made lace handker
chiefs, rose pattern, each, $12.00.
Women's handkerchiefs with pretty
lace corners, each, 50c.
Real hand-embroidered handkerchiefs
with colored hems, each, 60c.
Burgsss-Nath Main Floor.
You have heard talk of
higher prices on house
hold linens. There is no
question but what they
will be higher. Accord
ingly we advise purchas
ing freely at the low
21x2l inches in size, made of
fine quality pure flax thread.
Excellent for frlnss and silver
wear as it leaves no lint. Red
Maderia napkins make at
tractive gifts. These have the
hand embroidered scallop and
These are a fine closely
woven auality with deep hem
stitched ends. Size 18x34
The set consists of a large
table cloth wth six' napkins
18x18 inches to match. All are
. Set, $12.95
Damask Table Cloths
Attractive designs in large
size cloths. All have hem
stitched edges. '
Half bleached heavy weight
linen that will give exceptional
ly long service.
Burgtss-Nssh Second Floor.
For Its Excellent Service
The Carter Underwear
Is Chosen-Also for Fit.
For years, women have considered "Carter's" the
best fitting underwear for not only themselves, but for
their children as well. Monday begins National Carter
Week, when complete assortments of these perfect, yet
moderately priced garments, will make winter outfitting
for children a simple matter.
Children's madium weiittit
suits, ither high or IHitch
neck, limit or short sleeves,
ankle length, Surs 2 to 10.
Suit, $2.00 ta $3.50
and Wool SuiU
Milium wrifht union suits
for bs. nrk, lonf
slravft, ankl Irtish, fH
rrulfh. Urns 3 ta l yrars,
Suit. $3.00 to $4.00
Wool and cotton mixture
suits, open crotch, hinh rtn-k,
long sleeves and ankle length.
Sues 'i to IS years.
Suit, $2.50 to $3.50
Sdk and wont suit, high neck
with lonsr slravrs or iHi'rs.
rtavks with elbow sWvrt, at kto
K'tittK. .Sues 2 to 1 4 yrars.
Suit. $2.00 to $3.50
? One Special Group of
New Winter Hats
That Were Higher Priced
, Carry Tagi $ 95
That Read sJ
A limited quantity of higher priced hats greatly
reduced. Thers are velvet, felts and duve
tyns, smartly embroidered or trinurted with feath
ers and ornaments. From them you may select-
Piquant Little Pokes Snug-fitting Turbans
Flattering Mushrooms Wide Brimmed Styles
You will be surprised to see that a group of
tho popular coque feather hata are Included at
thU low pricing for Monday only $3.95. "
( NstSi IUI a T4 llw,
Women Quite Approve These
Carpets by the Yard
For the New Floor Covering
Carpets are again in good usage, especially those
of plain color that make so pleasing a background for
figured drapes or tapestry covered furniture. There are
carpets by the yard that you may have made into any
desired room size. A wide range of attractive patterns
at most moderate prices.
We will be glad to measure your rooms
and f ivo you an estimate of the cost.
Xatural U'lj 0
tM Nm R4 sIm Stat t lm.
Children' Cotton Suits
Medium wi(k sultan sii's, itn hih r
IMrh l'k, liHf it ell'ow aJtvti, anil
lnth. Kit 3 H II ara.
Suit. $1.3$ to $3 00
t'utian, t a"4 fit'u,
'J Q Sn
J NrCx Kach. 754 ! IMS
For Indoors and Out
Littlv Tots1 Warm Wraps
Af Prices Mothers Will Wtlcvme
Sweaters Wool Hoods
All wol hrttxU in white
i t w Kit with pink tr blue
Silk tip. Tct'i nifdelj
nh r without r tt,
Warm all-wil swrat
r in plain r fancy pat.
urn. !jtr r tufl
U In a'l rolor.
Priced at $t M0
An iti-nl sIj in bo)a knukeri. Wort
Wds n. all wi.J tiahnurrs, mixture ant trijirs.
Sue ? to 1 4.
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