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The Omaha Morning Bee
VOL. 52 NO. 115.
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Omtft r, u, tiw Art 1 Hue t, It;.
OMAHA. MONDAY. OCTOKKU no, V.t'2'2.
i Mill il "; Odin . IS; IiKii, VM urn IM '
Ball. IM 4m iattt ll (111 1 1 Villi lwl, 111, ! Mil. I.
1'l.in fur Petcrniininjr Pay f f
.iilway W in kcr Vtla keil ,
li) Mcnijiei of I . S. ' !
l.ulior IIimiiI. !
Would Mean Big Deficit
i'IiIi hk.i. ftrl. Sa.-iHv A. I'l-At-I
i.i'kiiii( me theory of "Ibe llvinii
wage" ' It 11 fur iletermliiltiK t lie I
migc of iMilnuid work. -m, if," iiil. '
Hi' mill railroad group i f Oil lulled j
S'ate Kallroad lnl.'ir board. In nn '
iilillilnn made mi III U' toiilKht, di-clared I
I hut mirli murse, "If carried to In j
I' KIUiii'i' ' oniiusloti, woiilil wreck i
liny inilroud in th Fulled Wales
"ii'l, If emended Ik jiher Industrie,'
.mild r.ii-iy thi'lii Inln communistic ,
Tin1 opinion. In tlii- fi'rni nf a re
niii li'i' in h iliHK. nl ii opinion f 1 1 . I
''.' A . Winn Inn, labor iih iiiIm-i', In j
I'm rt'ii'.it decision lin-rivi.tiif the pay j
of rimlni'-mince of way cmployV 2,
i"ii! nn Lour, declared Unit If cm-
ploye Wl'l I" Ki ll l I '"I Ul "i'l Cent
minimum wsge for common labor,
wtHi'rorr-spondiiig different lul fori
oilier rliiMfi'K, ii n Increare of l!if,7 per j
I "lit In 'I.P nation' IHllrillHl whk j
hill Willi I b ll'H'I'Klllliy, Thin, tllH
opinion hi '.I, would mill JS.l 1 2r2.37
in tli Bnnuiil payroll, bringing It to
f..5fej,44ri,!i3, which wni ll wan, II !
added, nn annual deficit to the car-
i.-rn of ti'.2ii,;i:t,!.is.
Would laic Deficit,
liven If tln 4H-rcnt iiiit.liiiilin wage
quested by mniiitcnanoe of way
inker viria gianlcl and cnrro
i. iiiiiliru illffcrcn'lnl were made for
i ilier rli'sse of employe. Ibe opinion
i;:.il, nn in ri'HMi- of SV.I.'i wr I'l.nt In
wages would he necessary, adding $1.
Y.i ,3:i,'j.i4 to the Hi.ii.iul wage Mill of
: In- mads, bringing II tip to il. "!!., SK4,
Mil, Hull lulling tln currier to fare
mi annual deficit of f nT .07 W . 1 26.
The phrase "living wane," win
Limed In the opinion an "a lilt of
in'-liifliioun ihrurenlngy, w oiilmilut
i I In deceive the lllillllllklMK." it
.In. lonliiilloiiH with that iho lionnl
liuiilil chiiiIiIIhIi n "llvlnif wiiffn" Hi
M iijinlly woulil icaillly Hiii'ilo t" Hie
liiipMHilon, the opinion calil. "And
mi. a niaili;r of fiift, tli boui'd in HiIh
li rlum, im In nil otliorH, Iuih Kianti-d
Ilvlna watfi. Hut tho al.Biruet rlii
hiv thlnlJ inlleil "IhB Jivlritf
I'u.ifrNML'dly biiHPd upon h tnnkplilft
mill a KUrr.n, rnnnnt rivclve the Kane
ilnn of thin tioiiid, lieaiune It would
I.h ulli-rly liiiprnctlial Hinl wnuld not
Uf "Jui't and rt'HKotiuljle." an the low
I riffd "Keniiiilil Wnsf."
Me, Whai-toii'n ijitmentini opini' n
and the KUpportliiK uplnlon In "-ply
ni ntlai'hfd to 'he formal iWcialon
In. t'fuHintr ths pay "f liialiitenanco of
way employrH 2 renin n hour, t-stnh-llnhliiK
a minimum rmiklnK from 25
in 37 .'fiitn. Th United Urothirhood
of Malntenamc nf Way Kmploye and
Hallway Hlmp I.uboiori. lield a strike or
c.r arii'i iinit 400,000 men in aheyane
July, al'lei- the Ijoairt nan ie-
waXi'M twndiiiK v lequeFt tor
.... ...... l,aned on the contention
Unit th. coma of llvitiw had advanced
,,, whk.'H In oiher Indimtrles had heen
When the fane caino lafoie the
i.. iiinliileniiniii of way ol-
;l nuked the board to Hiibm.-rUxj
the pi liP lpIo of the "IWiiik' wim'e,"
tcd on a budget of what wan re
Ired for an 'uventK fainlly of five
am to live In health and r.-aHon-
,.i .,..ri. A maloiiiy of the lioaril
,. fuml to Kul.a. i'ibe to thin prln- i
. i,,le a.-.i i Unif that the li anaporta- i
, a. t i-alled for . Mal-llhinK a
"iui'l and rt'iisi'nnt.le" wuk" h'1 t";,M
a' jui.t anil reasonable w lfe was ill j
fleet a livlntf wage.
,Uel Mii.lm.iin Kali'
The ir.itiiiteiinnee of way oisaniwi
, ,, a-kei! ihe board l 't.il-lih :
mlMlinuni nn en oV pay of 4-( fent an
bour to r. plar.1 rale then in . iTeit,
iiuikiim fr-mi to 3.". i.'.iM. After,
deadhH-k IhkUiih; eexetnl .Ihvh. the
lioavd made public im decision Pan. I
ally handed down today Inci-caKim;
of Pv t cents n hour and,
...UlmK about a,Mm,an to the nub
decision Mi'ill 'hut 'I'" I"
. II v
doe moi-tly to the r e I
im! hil... I a..-, -f ,.' ",. ,
i s ..Hid for tbe mi'.... ' ',,K
r m.Hi-.'i' and thai ui.'"' n.io
no np.ie. uil.le in. r.UKe In the
W ballon ni Im di.-. ntin
it, imiained th.it Hie lunu.i
.....r" of the d.HNIl.lt rented
i lo inmiiie l"'' "',l"
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Ono week frtmi tomorrow will he the day of recli
oninir for Nfl)r.HkV npnior Ht-nutor. On that day the
voter ol NIiaiku will wciifh Senator II itthcock'n rec
ord and not hit words.
llfio arc the uniaziin? facts, which show how Sen
ator Hitchcock accounted for hid stewardship:
hen the itu 7 revenue
cet orofit tax. was un for
When the f)2l revenue law, which repeal .e
excess profit Ian, was up for final parage, he did not
On January 1ii2-2, when it was proposed to ap
point a commission to negotiate for the payment of the.
foreign debt of $1 1 ,000,000.000, he was present but did
In April, 1022, when it was proposed to increase
the agricultural extension work of the federal govern
ment, he was present but did not vote.
In June, 1921, when the bill to regulate the pack
ing house wai up fol passage, he did hot vote.
In January, 1922, when the Harris amendment to
prevent the federal reserve hank erecting $25,000,000
Imildings without the consent of congress, was up for
jiiissnge, he did not vote.
In December, 1918, when the bill was up taxing
child labor out of existence, he did not vote.
When the bill was up to provide a tariff on hides,
protecting this Nebraska industry against Argentine and
other competition, he did not vote.
When the bill to legalize the sale of beer as medi
cine was up in congress recently, he did not vote.
When the German peace treaty was up for ratifica
bn, he was present in Washington, but did not vote.
When the Austrian peace treaty was up for ratifi
ciition, he was present in Washington, but did not vote.
When the Kellogg amendment to the federal re
serve law, which made it possible for the president to
appoint a farmer on the board, was up, he did not vote.
Although voicing strongest opposition to the pres
ent tariff law, he was absent or not voting on 158 of a
total of 283 votes taken on the different tariff schedules,
including most of those important to the household and
tTo farmer. He was absent or not voting on 60 per cent
of the votes taken on the tariff schedules of the Fonl-ney-McCumber
On a total of 1,104 record votes taken in the senate
on all legislation during Senator Jlitchcock's entire last
term, he was absent or not voting 476 times, 4.l per
cent of all the record votes taken during his term on all
In March, 1922, Senator Hitchcock voted against
the. approval of the four-power treaty, which treaty end
ed the mad race for arms supremacy between America
and other powers.
In May, 1920, he voted against the house joint reso
lution to terminate the war with Germany. In 'April,
1921, he again voted against the resolution to terminate
the war with Germany.
In February, 1921, he voted against the emergency
tariff, a tariff demanded by almost unanimous vote by
the Nebraska legislature.
In June, 1919, he voted for the third time against
the passage of the woman suffrage amendment to the
constitution and his vote alone prevented woman suf
frage at that time.
He voted against the prohibition amendment and
the Volstead act as is well known.
Senator Hitchcock voted for the Esch-Cummins law
on its final passage. This law is largely responsible for
present freight rates stifling shipments of farmers' prod
ucts in Nebraska.
He voted for President Wilson accepting the man
date for Armenia, and on the same day he voted for
putting the credit of the United States back of Ar
menian bonds. This law was defeated. If passed,
American boys would long before this day have been
fighting in thousands in Turkey.
He voted for the infamous league of nations at ev
ery opportunity and urged and advocated it in the sen
ate and throughout the country. More than any other
man save Wilson, Hitchcock's name is tied up with this
pernicious doctrine and false and repudiated philosophy.
Is it any wonder there is a widespread demand that
Nebraska's senior senator be withdrawn from public
lite and a real representative of Nebraska returned in
Victim Who Resists
Krio st JohiiHon, - 1 1 Noilh Thirty
.ighlh street, was severelv t ut about
ihe lift arm iiid wrist when be nt
tempted to tUhl lift mo iu;;hwii.vi)icu
The two luen nccom.Ml bun ai Pith-(.-iiih
;iinl lii.-np.nt hti-Mi-t .iihI or
.Ii r d him to t ut 11 over bis nionev to
Ihi'lll InbllHoll ll'l-ed .ilid Ol.e of
Hit. in. u sl.ii-li' il it him with a i .i
um.tn Speaker to Stump
(tliiti fur lu'piililicuni
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of Reckoning I
law. which createtl the..
final pasHairc. h '
Both Sides Claim
t r. . communication with the mi rums uis-
VlCtOrV in l0Va;"'ict atorm-ys throughout the Pniled
Slates and have ascertained the exact
lies Moines, la., Oct. 29. B. B
I'.urnuulst, cliairmiin of the republl
can slate ceiittnl committee, and K. J.
Fueling, cliaiiiii.in of the deinocratlc
stale ci-ntial committee, i.sned lne
elect Ion statements here, tsith claim
ir.g vit lories for their resiieitlve
party i lll.l tl lt.i l..r Pniud Slat, s
Pliairtiwin lluinvtiist e'pivs. l the
upiei'.ii that Pol Sniiih W. "r.i!i
l.'iri. r.publitmi ruulil.it.- for Pint
ul Si. ilcs t'luioi. would i in at
le.inl of Ihe ''' (..UllUr t.li. I th.it
ill i.t the r.'t'til'bi mi i an. lul Urn In
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. ..I t'.. I i llv unl.c'p I'.il Me r. .
"I I 1. ir I, It" I 'it..' "l.tli.s l ll ii'
t .!..! f.'C Pll!'.. til.l'.). HvIC.I.il.
l'iv !..!.. .ii if tl. iii. I. Mi ...fii-'
ii-n ol p.x of Ho- U ilii'tul in 1
ii .i i. M l It. 4',r' !.-.-. n t. T'
I'.e.l Ml li'itiil. d!i I I, Ml
District Court Grand
i f !
.iloini) (.imriil Declare
Intention of l'roccnliii",
W ar I riiiiiicliiiii Whii li
W ere I iidioiiei.t.
A I 1
A r e involve
I ll f.KAl TON WIUOV
Onmlm Hee lnrd W Ire,
WiiitYlnif'oli, fict. !!, Alby ney
(iim ral luiuulierty ilei lined that the i
i k'.vernineiit purpoei lo pronecute to
' the limit every one of the war trail
! net Ikiipi In which fraud nr dlNlionexty '
I have been practiced, but appealed for
public paiifiicc while (be government
In makluK mite of lu evidence upon i
! which in take the war crook into
i Tlie iiiiorm y i nenil mini.. I.Im hii- :
noinii elueiil when there had been
I preMfiitod to him li.eiiioianilii from
I In- heniln (f tile viirloim unlm of tlie
war tiiinactlon aei-llun of tho )e-
partiuctit of JilHtlcn ImllcHtlriK that
preliminary Invexlkallottd Into 42ft
' wiirlimii con I mot had dlHiloxed evi
dence upon which the government
I muHt take anion.
J .Many Null Necenmu) .
j In every one nf them 4'J5 cimen, it
i wu ofilclally ib'i lured, either civil or
j criminal ultn miwt Im brouuht by Ihe
1 Kovernmeiit, and lu many iiikh both
will be tieccHHiiry If the government
n to recover even n part of the fub
tiloiiM KUtnn paid mil an a reMiilt nf
fraudulent or Improperly executed
The eu" of "iin Mllonable truim
nitloiiK," nx Ihe iJepurlment of Jum
lice refem to them, are now belmj
worked up by upoclal nitoini-yH at
tached to the war traiiHiicI Ions nee
Hon or by Prilled Suilen iittorneyM In
vnrlouH pnria of the country.
The majority of them, approxi
mately cniien, were aald to have
orlitlnuled In the War department,
while ihe Navy department tratm
mltted lo tlin Department of Jimtlee
nearly 70 caHeM, tint (shipping board
f.O and nomeihlnn: like .10 ruHen came
from miMcellaneoiiH federal aitenclen
and bureau which functioned durlnn
Penal Action Planned.
Attorney General Tmiifiherty, who
with members of the advisory council
of the war traimaetioim aectlon, Judge
Cbarlen Kerr, Jude T. M. Blkwr anil
former .Senator Thomas and the nix
anaistant attorneys generul, hud ex
amined and re-examined the evidence
thus fur accumulated by those of
ficials who have wpent months Inves
tigating the various cases, said to
night: "Legal rlvll action will be taken in
'every ense in which it haa been dls
jcoviyed that fraud, collusion and dis
honesty were practiced. While great
I numbers of cases Indicate on their
face the worst kind of fraud and
I thievery, tlie government cannot, of
course, go Into court until it has es
tablished absolutely on th face of
records In Its possession that Its case
will stand the add test. The govern
ment must be fair to Itself and fair
u those whom it would brand as
crooks and profiteers, yet every sin
gle Individual, firm or corporal ion, in-
volved III the cases not within the pos
session of trie department, must satis
fy the government's claims to the last
A memorandum to Mr. Daugheriy
from tlie advisory council signed by
Judges Kerr and Jtii-'irer
j Thomas stated;
j "The advisory council feels it has,
I in the short liniu since It was organ
ized, pushed the work, over which it
Iiiis had supervision, with all possible
celerity. At the outset there were sub
knitted to us, approximately 400 cases
growing out of war transactioi.
' Piactically all of these cases have
been digested under our direction. We
have placed ourselves, in addition, in
ommuniciition with Ihe arinus ilis-
(Status of each claim growing from the
! war which has been hitherto trana
' f erred to them.
In addition to this work, we have
linen In constant consultation witli the
: atonicy ii. thee sections haviiK in
liiingH u large lutnilier of imptuiaiit
'it'tliiiis, i lul ale! luminal, ami a
rvsiilt of our it eiiiltavors tili.t a
liilinl.i r of sii.i... in olviiig iii.niy in. I
lions of dollar, have bi-eli lli-lll uled
. ill vailous jui isilictions and iu;t a
lare number "f like iinisn l.uu e an
now in piiH .ss i f pn p.ir it.i.tt .iii.l will
soon be fil.tl ..-.iiit;iii, i"tt.h)iii-nts
hn b.en llli'le III quite .1 few I.
-.an. willioiit mntr ind .nljiisi nin,t
mi1 lu actions .tM .ttty pt n,l,n', ih.
tot tls it m .. tun lug i.i Mtihii itiitea-.l
! iitni-iint! i..!tn- m tl.' hiitii''
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Much Sweeter Since They
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d; invito oio CAfttey:;-- I
i ut m.u ei?
i nil iwsimw5 i
1 1 luXfJ;';, . mMrM
lo "Wet" Voters
in Ravenna Talk
Brother "Charley" Would
Aliolihli Slate Enforcement
Office to Give Wet Com
Lincoln, (let. 29. (Special.! To get
wot. votes, "Brother Charley" openly
declared at a minting at Itavennii
recently that If elected he would abol
ish the state law enforcement depart
ment and leave prohibition enforce
ment to local officers.
This statement by "Hrolber C'linrlcy"
was never published, in democratic
paper and has merely been circulated
in communities believed to be wet.
Tillies All Predil.
In fad. it was only a few days
Inter that "Krolher I'haiiey," tniklng
In a dry community was quoted In
democrat It; papers ns taking credit for
having written the slate law enforce
ment net on Urn statute books, along
with credit he has modestly taken for
everything that has happened In Lin
coln's, municipal affairs of a popular
(htiracter for the last quarter century.
The plan to turn law enforcement
over to local communities with tho
governor the only lever to put the
screws on in the event sheriffs or
police chiefs in response to wet de
mands and sentiment become too lax
was exactly the platform on which
Dan Tiutler, Omaha's city commission
er with advertised damp proclivities,
made hi.i campaign for Ihe nomina
tion of governor, This plunk of pan
lhitlers sentitdm out of Omaha with
it "i.i.OH majority, gave him large ma
jorities In other ennimniiltlfs and kept
"Hi-other Chniiey" awake two nights
before It was assured that drv out
stale votes had Humiliated him with
the sih lit aid of Senator Hitchcock.
Humor in Situation.
trim humor in the situation i
Mint "llrot her I hurley waged his pri
mary campaign, principally upon P.ut
lei's well known damp proclivit l.'S.
niul now. bis friend are cii'cuPiHng
In wet communities 'hut Pry in rni'do
;i promise at Pavenn i to lei l.cal of
fiei. lis handle Hie liquor situation.
' Pro! her CliMiievV municipal coal
viiril w is such a tiuv weak lnf-n In
. oliipal is'.n with that oi'K
llll.l bv Pan Plltler tllllt
I. ilk iiili. h 'il'Hl it t L. ii b.s i.iis. Panj
. iiiictt.d the pl iii ri.l .1 I a known
flu I il,e "! iMl i i ll.lll. " ti! pel- I
mm n in i.net.iliui; t itiii.-iiit
,-.-.l ' O'l
'VI, , i i. t. It .1 ' I . putt elt r
l,io i. V iiv if Vf. i... of P-i v
,M,I I l ! S 'I 1 ' -' I I'll
.. ati Win ' a one
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if .1. ii
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War j.nii! I t
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CTL Mr L StuASTtS ,,
France Will Abide
by French Laws
in Liquor Issue
Ambassador Ouoles Statute
Which Proves All Hands on
Steamers Shall Have
Ration of Wine.
New Vork, Oct. 2t. M. Jule
reraiitl, frorich ambassador to
the I'nited Klalea, on his urrlval on the
Pari from Prance, asserted that lu
the face of the recent "bone, dry" rul
ing of Attorney lieneral Daugherty,
which prohibits the use c.r carriage,
of any liquor on vessels entering
American ports. Km nee can abide only
by the laws of France.
lie added, however, that no Immedi
ate action would be taken by the
1'iench embassy In Washington tin
til Ihe supreme court had passed on
"Prench ships are 8 part of the ter
ritory of Prance," said the ambits
riidor, "and I believe that you prop
erly claim your carriers are part of
Hie Pniled tHates, whenever they may
I.e. The laws of Kjance, passed sev
eral years ago In our parliament, slate
that one-half a bottle of wine must
be served to the pallor on a French
iihip ,and a full bottle to the stokers.
As such wine contains probably i)0
per cent r.f water, I csn hardly see
Unit it is dangerous for men on
uhlps to drink.
"Further, our doclors maintain that
wines of such alcoholic content are
beneficial rather than harmful. That
in their light of opinion and we shall
uphold it. If your physicians say
ol herwift, that is Ihe business of our
Ambassador -Im'Serand would make
no stalement In Vgard to what action
! the French government might take to
vacate the ruling of Attorney lien
ic.tii naugnery, out admitted that a
nnferenen hail been held at the
j French foreign office Is.fore lie sailed!1"1'"1' U"v' ,-''"n") J' Chrlstler, in
lo resume the work of hi post In
In iidilitlou to the dry rilling. Am-
luissailor .Ins,. land -,.1.1 h u-.ml.i .-i.
lis attention also lo a study of other
Ami ri.-itii iu.- bearing on the poll
e.-s of his mm country. Chi-'f among
time b pbned tin- r.ew laiilf.
'ludovFive Omahans Injured
as Autos Pile Up!
hue p..,iiH H,.. injur) H ben tv.it'
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Have the Vote
Inquest Bears Out
Story of S I a i n
Coroner's. Jury Inveelifiates
Death of Montana Clergy
man and Mrs. Margaret
Havre, Mniit., Oil. 29. Temporary
j menial derangement the part of
Mrs. Margaret I arieliin was reKpiui
silile fur the dealh of herself anil lie v.
Leonard !. ( hrlsller, pastor of Nl.
Mark's Church uf the lumi nal Inn,
here early Friday morn in tc, according
In the verdict of the coroner's Jury
which I'oiiduiied an Inquest into Ihe
deslhs and returned its verdict short
ly before midnight,
Havre, Aloiif., Oct, i).--Olllclal In
vestigation by a coroner's Jury into
the deaths of the Rev. Leonard t'brlst
ler.and Mr. Maraiet Parleton lasted
until lute lasl night, no witnesses be
ing examined mil II Ihe night session.
The public was excluded from the In
According to authorities, there were
no developments tending to disprove
the story of Mrs. Pbristler to the ef
fect thut she heard tlie shots in the
next room and saw tlie body of her
husband on the floor, ami saw Mrs.
t'arleton shoot herself.
The Jury was empanelled by Cor
oner James Holland, jr., this after
noon nt tlie request of Mrs. ,). H.
Pyle. mother of Mrs, Ciirletnn, who de
sired an impartial investigation of
Mrs. (iuistler's version of the shoot
ing. I in oner tlnllniiil opposed calling
the inquest, declaring himself con
vinced Hint Mrs. Chrisller had stated
the facts lu the case.
Mr. Chrisller Threatened.
Hrent Falls, Mniit., Oct. 29. That
Mrs. Margaret Carlcton threatened
I rer life after having shot hir bus-
their Inline at Havre early Friday was
the statement of Mrs. linistler
In discussing the affair with a repie-
I "'illative or tlie i.reat fails Leaner.
Mrs. Chrisller told her story In the
iliiirch her husband bad built.
Aiier telling what happened during
the early part of the ev.-ning, when
services were heltl in her husband'
I church, followed by a church sup
;er, Mrs. Chrisller suld:
'Civ, Mr. linistler bad gone .In
in (.oiupany t. v. Mr. Cbapm.iir of
illte to the sleepmg tm nt the i!e.
t aUml l'.':3il.
' 1 -'lk'"l bi.io.- slowly end ,iw ibe
hulls" bghl.tl. I inll.-.l Aliiiiu.y II.
' iio. '. near in : giin.r, win. wu
, pissing, lo siiiiitl on ihe H,ii h whili' 1
I . nl in I foi, mi .Mi i in I. tun ti iir i
I Ihg plittlnui.iili of Mr ibiistl.r up'
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Sn ,Ncliin-k;i Senator.
Willi Other, for .iih
Wiiif ami llrer.
At Work for His Election
i ) cpoik.i, p, a i niipi:.
W Hfthliifflt.n I rrrMft(l-ul The llinuhji
Washington, Oct. t!i.- -The AMm la
lion Against Prohibition, lit-Ii line
Ha heaibiilm i s In Wimhliigion, I
enlarging (be ll-l i f i amli'liiics for
(iiiiHte mid bouse, whom in consider
favorable to Ihe program of light
! wines niul beer and final repent of the
; prohibition amendment. In a state-
no nt today, Ibe in m Intli.n tclp'i uli
'IIS confident i. U the 2"2 elll.illillllr"
picvlnuHy end"! ied, of which IVnator
llili bcock if Niiniiika wn one. II
adds 47 uii'ie.
li'olerlfi of i'ini i nllil'l:iti " ajaliS
Ihe enili'l rem. Mi , on (he groiind thai
II Intel fereil wl.li their caiiip ilgna
id i Kpedii'in y. Is Ignored arid ibe list
a' 'J'i reiiialns urn hangi t.
An amazing inlmli Ion i f l.i. I, of
slncerliy in the pint of sume ininll
date s contained In Ibe Huieiii' nt la
sued by the iisioclallou toduy, through
III leci-eliiry, Ii, Hinckley,
Offers Seere4 Sti p ill.
! All addllloiiiil lot of 411 caiiiliiliitei.
1 1. been compiled by lint iii'.noclallim,
'.ill oT whom Would receive lis sap
;poit, Mr. Hinckley said. These liinnes,
b" inlili i. inn being wit'iihelil from pub
. Ildty for re.iMins of ,oltcal ex
jidleiicy. In llllislrnlloii, be ci,ei lim
l;n I that loci I I'oiidH Ions iiini. -il the
riamea of 11 gold wl ciiiiiiiiiales In
I i iilii'ylvanla lo Im wiUilnlil. iiio
I most su lking liiflance nl "umlli" b sed
I liberals" was Inillciitiid in I. minis,
1 where Mr, Hinckley raid there were
! three congietiiloiial caiidlilales Upon
hom Ihe rii'socialiou felt II could de
pond lo vole "ei," If ibey were
Aiiiong other things', tnn sl.iteinent
i of the association against prohibition
"Growing' liissalisfai (it ii through
out the country with prohibition lawa
fail to prohibit Is being steadily
ill the attitude nf aspirant
for congressional Ifhuom at the No-
What They Stand For.
! "Infill-million based on accurate sur
vey of the political fl"M Jed the asso
ciation last week to announce that It
I would support 2H2 senatorial and ton
jgresslonal cainlliliite In all pari of
the country a standing for a moUifl.
tation of Ibe Volsteiol act so W
permit the manufacture und nle of
light wines and beer. Active work In
their, behalf ban already been atarted,
in several state,
"Further evidence obtained by Ihe
association a lo the 'liberal' ten
dencies of other candidates ha led
to the addition (if 47 additional candi
date to Its earlier list. These ore lo
onled In eight' states. The nimocla-
- tlou will Immediately get behind
f I l.uirt i.u II ,,.m ..I.-.,..!., .l..nA 41. a
i'l' " . it 1I.IFS nil.llljl lll.lir !! 1MB
othirs who have been endorsed.
Satisfied With Candidate.
"The list made public tonight a
well as that given out last week com
prise the names of candidate who
have been steadfast In their liberal
vlewa or who have responded to the
change In sentiment In their home
districts brought about by evidence
I hat the boot lepgiug Industry I rani
pant, and that condition under the
existing sumptuary legislation I far
worse than those that formerly pre
vailed." Concerning ihe attitude of fundi-,
dates endorsed, Mr- Hinckley say:
"We huva knowledge of the view
of these men Hint sallsfles us that
they stand for real temperance a
oppusi d to drastic b gi.-iulion which
has brought the illicit traffic to ll
"Not ill of them haw directly ex
pressed tiieiiis.'lves as in favor of all
of Iho tenets of our association, our
endorsement, however, speoks for It
self ns being In support of ctiiuii
dntis whom we have satisfactory rea
sons for h garding as liberal and lo
be pref.-rieil over other candidate.
" stnii, (hey are receiving the
1 support of our oigatiiy.atloii. not only
from membership voti rti In their own
distric ts, i ul lliiouuh the natlonHl f
finis of die assm infioii ul huge"
Four Boys Are Killed
in Gasoline Explosion
S. .in.-i ilk , M.i . int . ;i- Thr
li weir killed nn. I i.,v i',., f , tn llv
injur..) by ih.- . j.; .,si f ,i ii,,tt,itn
lank in Ibe i. n nf IM, I,, s,,u,,.,. p (n
Ititln The ft. hi th l.i, y ,. ,( ,i (
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