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The Omaha Morning. Bee
VOL. 52 NO. 122.
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OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 7, 1922.
Br Mall II rurl: Dill, II; ill, ll.SO. sstMS Is 41ft im
Ositist Ihs 41ft nit (I xtill PtM as utu. Hll Ss sslt, .
Kngland RefiiHes to (Comply
With Demand That Allied
Forres Leave Con
Peace Meet Postponed
ronslunflnnple, Nov. fl. Uy A. P.I
Ilit Tiirklnh iiuflotiHlM government
ha handed a note lo the allied high
MiiiimlMilonrm hei r to I lie effect Hint
lha warship of all nations must ask
It f'ir authorization to pas the
strait of (lie Hardcm-llf. Hie Havaa
rorresponilcrit has been Informed.
Ihey must also salute the new gov
ernment of Turkey,
I.nniloii, Nov. 6. (Ily A. P.) As a
result of th new situation t reated in
niiiituntlnnple by Urn demand of
ICafrt Pasha that the allied military
occupation of the illy rcase, the
lieace conference called to be held at
Lausanne November 13 has been post
poned, possibly for a fortnight, it oil
announced here today.
It In staled In authoritative circles
that In no circumstance will the Itrit
i-.li point of view regarding the pre
enre of allied troop In Constantinople
bi) chanced. The Uritlsh Intend to up
hiild the Mudsill armistice agreement
and remain In the neutral zone with
Seek Fresh l'uninesis.
Constantinople, Nov. 6. (By A. P.)
The Turkish nationalists, alter
overthrowing the sultan's govern
.1 anlnrfnV film hart'tt tit fill
111,111 flllU UCI.IHUIIB . -
his civil power, are now seeking fresh
conuuesls in a manner that may
bring about trouble with the allies.
After taking over control of Con
tanllnople l""t night the national
Itits demanded withdrawal of the al
lied troops from the city and served
notice that allied or American sailors
would not be permitted to land from
their warships at Kemallst ports ex
cept by rpeclal permission of the
An extraordinary meeting of the al
lied commissioners flulckly assembled
to decide what stand they should take
in the quickly altered situation, de
. trmlned that they would refuse
categorically the nationalist demand
for military evacuation of Constan
tinople by the allied forces.
Ask Control of Hallways.
Along with the demand for the de
parture of allied troops, the Turkish
nationalist government In an addi
tional note handed to the allied com
missioners by llamld Bey, asked that
the Turkish railways In Europe and
Asia, which ore under temporary al
lied control be handed over to the
Angora government immediately.
Over the weeg-emf the nationalists
bucked up against the allies, not only
through written notes but with a
show of physical power as well. With
a seeming disregard for the agree
ments in the Mudanla convention that
lecently ended armed hostilities in the
mar east Turkish gendarmaines have
now moved Into areus known as neu
tval. They are advancing Into the
Chumtk area, where only a few weeks
ago the British dug themselves In
ti prevent violation of neutrality of
that district. At Uurgns, a few miles
from the Dardanelles, the Kemalists
have established an administration.
Arrept New Regime.
The allied high commissioners have
r.i-cpted the new regime In Constan
tinople, with Kafet Pasha, the mili
tary governor of Thrace, as governor.
And the sultan's government hss ac
cepted its downfall, although Moham
med VI considers h.mself the lawful
constitutional ruler of Turkey. Ha
baa not officially rceognlied me uoci
sum of the grund national assembly
u Angora, declaring his sultanate at
(Tare I'M T aa. alum Tw.
Miss Mary MacSwiney
Goes on Hunger Strike
PuMin, Nov. tl'y A, P V A bulls
tut u-. by the r publicans state
Unit Mii-s Mary M-iifwUiey, who wS
srrrct- I by the free ut military on
HviHir.uy. his n hunger
MnK since she w taken Into cue-te.
A 1. iter t ' h f-und j
8f!rr hr arrs. rra-ls: ' If tmpri-i
,..l, I will hutnrtl. I
,.w h-bre f'v 'H i
hl it thr' .t . I'MV tt m I
an r s
To the Voters:
You will employ the men who will
run your government for from two to
six years hence.
Do not fail to vote.
VOTE EARLY IN THE DAY
li o s p i t a 1
Witnesses Say Canijihell,
Neh,, Man Apparently
I furled Self in Front
Farmer Is K i 1 1 e d I Good Weather
Barbed Wire Fenee
Man Mowing Alfalfa Near
Florence Ii Attracted by
Smoking Fence Pont
Found by Father.
Ward J. Smith, 26, farmer living
five mllee northwest of Florence on
the Washington highway, was In
stantly killed Monday forenoon be
tween 10 and 11 by an electrically
charged fence wire.
timllh, who had been mowing al
falfa In a field on the farm, apparent
ly left his machine when attracted by
a burning fencepost. The position of
the body Indicated that he straddled
the fence In an attempt to climb over
It, according to If. F. Hoyt of the
P. J. Stack company, undertakers,
who rnnde an Investigation for the
J. J. Smith, father of the victim,
who was at the house about 200 yards
distant, noticed the team and the
mower standing Idle for about a half
hour. Investigating, he found his
son dead on the fence, both hands
clutching the wire.
According to Hoyt, Nebraska Power
company linemen were making re
pairs on electric light wires about 400
feet away, beyond a hill which
screened the view from Smith, and al-1
lowed the wires to fall across the
fence. Hoyt ' sayi his investigation
showed the barbed fence wire had
been burned where the light wires
came in contact with It.
' Death was Instantaneous, according
to Dr. A. S. Pinto, city health officer,
who examined the body.
Smith, who operated the farm for
his father, also la survived by his
mother, a wife and one child.
Favorable Conditions in All
Sections of Middle-West Ex
cept Dakotas Both Sides
at Inquest Over Girl
Lincoln, Nov. 6. Special. More
than a month ago Martha Luckhardt,
a young woman with a craze for the
movies, was found dead beside tne
Rock Island tracks In south Lincoln
with her head severed. The investi
gation then conducted led the officers
to believe that she had committed sui
cide. Friends said she was despond
ent because she was unemployed and
had been turned away when she ap
plied for a place In the movies on a
recent visit to Hollywood.
Since then so many stories of pos
sible foul play have been circulated
that an Inquest was ordered.
Testimony taken at th Inquest
showed that she was acquainted with
a number of young men about town.
and that she had been much worried
.because one of them, sn Omaha
friend, had not kept a promise to
make the final payment on a 7!0 fur
coat she had bought at one of the de-
tinxtment stores. One witness said
that the young woman had exprensed
a fesr that she might be murdered. To
others she had talked of filicide.
De Valera Deniei Rumors
of Peace Negotiations
Chleugo, Nov. 6. Oiy A. P.)
Weather conditions throughout the
middle-west and Mississippi vulley
with the exceptions of the two Dako
tas nr reported tonight oh favorable
for Tuesday's election.
ltaln on the prairies of the Dnkotus
and snow In the lilack Hills have ren
dered roads in many sections vir
tually impassable and threaten to cut
down the country vote. Kepubllcans
and democrats in South Dakota both
claim, as a result, they will have an
advantage over the farmer members
of the Nonpartisan league. The league
candidate for governor Is a woman,
MIhs Alice Lorraine Daley.
In Texas, by an llth-hour de
cision, the supreme court ordered the
name of'Karle B. Mayfleld, the demo
cratic candidate for United States sen
ator, printed on the ballots.
Doubt About Outcome.
Word was sent to all county clerks,
but some doubt exists whether all can
comply In time. Injunctions by his
political opponents had prevented the
The name of his republican op
ponent, Oeorge B. Peddy, hae been
stricken from the ballot because he
was not nominated by a regular party
Last minute meetings, speeches and
the usual final hour claims of victory
featured the closing campaigns
throughout the middle-western states.
Following the old political maxirn that
it costs nothing to claim everything,
most of the campaign managers made
their final communiques so all-embracing
as to be worthless in determining
what they actually believed.
Harding Mails Ballot.
Washington, Nov. 6. President
Harding and four members of his
official family, Secretaries Hughes,
Weeks and Wallace and Attorney
General Daugherty already have
marked their ballots in Tuesday's elec
tion, mailing them to their home
towns. Secretaries Denby, Fall and
Davis and Postmaster General Work
will vote In person at their legal
places of residence, but the other two
cabinet officers. Secretaries Mellon
and Hoover, will not vote. It wiui
slated that they were unable to leave
Washington because of the press of
The president and Mrs. Harding
sent their ballots to Marlon, to be
cat at the place where the executive
has voted for years. Mrs. Harding
marked her ballot while sitting up In
her own room.
Returns from the election will l
rocelved by the president In his study.
They will be received at the execu
tive offices over a special Associated
Press wire and will h relayed to the
executive over the telephone by Sec
Wilson lo Kel) on Papers.
So far as was learned, former l'resl-
Jerks Free From Nurse
A man died beneuth a southbound
street car at Tenth and Hnncroft
streots shortly before noon yesterday.
Witnesses told police they believe
he deliberately hurled himself in the
pnth of the rar.
lie was It. C. Chevalier, 95, mer
chant from Campbell, Neb., who had
been a patient for five woks at St
Yesterday morning be went for a
stroll with n nurse. Miss Octave Le
Porte, his niece and devoted to him.
according to hospltnl suthoritles.
As the pair neared Tenth and Ban
croft streets, Chevalier Is said to have
Jerked loose from the nurse, who had
her arm through his, and to have
leaped directly into the path of the
One cry from him and the car
screeched to a stop. The nurse ran
screaming Into a nearby house. Mein
bers of the street car crew drew the
man's body from beneath the front
end of the car, but he was dead.
The wheels had not passed over him.
Police surgeons stated his legs had
been Injured and that his forehead
appeared to be fractured.
Mies La. Porte was removed In a
hysterical condition to the hospital.
William Warren, 1112 South Tenth
street, the motorman of the car, was
so unnerved by the accident that he
was removed from his run and sent
home. The conductor was II. A. Beck.
Mrs. J. E. Ryan, 2739 fouth Kiev
esth street, told police she heard the
girl scream and the man cry and
believed the man had deliberately tak
en his own life.
Miss Freda Kuechenhoff, visiting at
2516 South Tenth street, told police
she saw the car strike the man.
Chevalier Is survived by a wife and
one young daughter, according to the
Miss La Porte Is said to be in a
Touches Every Home Today
Fleets to Hold
Off West Coast
Candidate Met by Fellow
Townsmen and Band
Heard by 600.
Bloomfield, Neb., Nov. 6. (Special.)
Charles II. Randall, republican can
didate for governor, finished his cam
paign her tonight.
The band Same from Randolph,
where the candidate's home Is. It
was accompanied by about 100 of Mr.
Randall's fellow townsmen.
Party . lines were forgotten and
about 600 enthusiastic Randallites al
most shook the building' with their
cheers when the canciidate had fin
Mr. Randall went from here to his
home, where he will rest tomorrow
and receive returns.
7 Killed as Fascisti
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ur i iiu.n had 111111 no Mx-ciiil ar-
Dublin. Nov. s Hy A. P.V-A long fr (setting the returns at
statement Issued as "Dell communl-1 ,lrw.t e was expect.-d
qu" and s gned by Kimon de Valera i(0 fllluW uiai custom of retiring
as president, announces definitely j ,.,, ively esrly .relying uKn the
that there is no train to the rumors j Wednen-!y morning iiew-p"!'
.if iiedce nsgotiatlons betwsen bts' l j4i, l0i U-tallel a-vomit "f
puny and the fte state government r,lW,i, than It will ) hiM
for him obtain b telephone or
from dim-rel leader duttng th I
early eeMng. 1
Air. y iiwn ,..... j I, . . in
sending bis ioiiid buib-t bis old , n . . , 11 , 1
h.,- m prii,.r...n, hh b w.s Mate Hoard Awaits Iteply
itn rs j' of IMione (!oiiiiany on Hates
There s So Surprise
for Us in That!
When advertiser tall u en
the phone t tU us t !
continue their aJs biu
the fotin4 what thf lt
we're plvl, hi no! v.f
f It's to wufh f ra!er
efarrar h fr that,
An4 h Mi '. M.
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knew ht her "U ' a t Ui
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hint ftttf ftrWft l
Rome. Nov. 6. (Ty A. P.r Fas
clsi and nationalists clashed today at
Tarunto, in southern Italy, over ques
tions of local ijitc. In the tight
which ensued, seven were kilted and
! ......... . u,- wtioclc.t casM.ilti-s
tielng suffered by both sides.
fount r'toricu, I ' 1 Kit 11 uiiilSHiaiIor
to Kranre was the objwt of a hostile
ilenioiitr.tiion by fniu lstl when he ar
rived at Iti!si-ni, in the province of
Turin, on the lisllnn frontier, while
returning to Home for a conference
wp.h the new premier Mustinl.
The fuwiati Uvtsclied the larilag in
which th count riding from ths
train but rarut'iner ruhl In and
Battle Practice to Start in
February Old Dread
nought Iowa to Be
Used for Target
Washington, Nov. 6. The Atlantic
and Pacific fleets will combine for
Joint battle maneuvers In the Pacific
next February, Admiral R. E. Coontz,
chief of r.aval operations, announced
Plans for the maneuvers now be
ing worked out by Admiral P. Jones,
commander-in-chief of the Atlantic
fleet, who will command the Joint
Friends to Honor
Program Arranged for Armi
stice Day Former Ambas
sador to Speuk.
Washingon, Nov. C Friends and
admirers of former President Wood-
row Wilson are planning to remember
him again on Armistice day. An
nouncement was made yesterday by
Mrs. Kate Trenholm Abraham.who was
In charge of the Armistice day demon
stration for the former president hint
year, that a short program is being
arranged to start at 3 next Saturday
afternoon. Admirers and well wishers
of Mr. Wilson will Join the committee
in making a pilgrimage to his home on
S street that afternoon.
The Hon. Henry Morgenthau of
for World Court
fleptfl In flielr nnerntl.ina mnlninhir I. -
: , ' ; " -cw lorn, rormer L'nlteu states am-
basing on Panama. The battleship ,)USuor to Turkey, has accepted the
Iowa, which will ha controlled l.y 'invitation to address Mr. Wilson on
, .7. . im.o o- behalf of the visitors.
hiiu win ue nsea ns a target lor tne
14-lneh guns of the dreadnoughts.
Whether the. canal fortifications
will participate in the maneuvers has
not yet been determined.
Orders have been Isued to Admiral
Jones to proceed with the Atlantic
fleet on January S for Guatitanamo
for torepdo and ship drills, and on
February 13 the fleet will leave for
Panama to effect a rendezvous with
the raclflc fleet, under the command
of Admiral E. W. KUrle.
The maneuvers and tactical exer
clxcs will continue until March 30,
when the Pacific fleet will proceed
to California kmi and the Atlantic
fleet to Cuantamimo for target prac
tice. The vessel of the Atlantic fleet
will arrive at their homo p"''" April
In the .arch for the bma. whose
International Chamber of
Commerce Perfects Scheme
to Settle Commercial
Washington, Nov. G. Plans have
been perfected by the International
Chamber of Commerce, the Ameri
can section of which has headquar
ters In Washington, for the establish
ment of a new International court of
arbitration for the settlement and ad
justment of commercial disputes be
tween different countries.
The new tribunal is the result of
several years study of the problem
ot international commercial arbitra
tion and will be Independont of all
agencies established by governments.
The administration of the court will
be directed from the headquarters of
tho International chambers at Paris.
Twenty-seven nations beside the United
UtalM h.III - - S
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a iuL,,e ouaiiiri-B IU ncr.i Oil
Owen r. Toting, chairman of the
board of the General Klectrlc company,
has agreed to Serve as chairman of
the American group on the new court.
The other members will l Newton D.
liiMKirtdiit Clue I Found
in Poison Cake Mystery f l"
PMU.leil.hu. S.- i- !. d Tkrphl.e f.-n
Unhusked Com Crop
Damaged by High Wind
Des Moines. Nov. G. While no of
ficial reports have Wen received,
Charles 1 Reed, director of the Iowa
weather ctop service. In of the opinion
that the high winds which swept Iowa
jwcm.v ciiuneii coiinni-ianie nam- ; 1 -i, ..-,-.,.....,,......,
age to the unhue.l corn crop of the ;t ,'., T, ,,, f , 'h '
nilnnl company, New Vork; II. Cloud
win Pbeet, president of the People's
' National bank of Charleston, 8. C;
I President Henry M. Robinson of the
lllist National hank, I Angeles;
sFredeil.k H. Hnyder, president of the
! lioston Chamber of Commeive: Presl-
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liy lauit, wivn m, i.i.p i,i ..'anil j ini'.
destroyer and Sir iidnucs will aid " '
I .M,ir!lIUO II, MIV, B - l.l'Ol lK
i from wl-l.lv "rti!,.t mi hum of the
county ueliiv ttidi. ete tlotl fimn on
I.Mlf to two thuds ft the corn
; blown d.. by a (l Niindav. fit It-
J lug Will I i1r.ie.t. Wild ilulloilt li ny
re-oill fioltt tutm ll.".ll.IMk" en Wet
itutiitd tr N-tng tiuttsid to
state. The wind was enpeciully severe
In the weitern part of the state. It
reached u velocity of 41 miles an hour
In Ivs Moines ami vicinity. A
number "f windows were broken by
the wind and a -oro of trees werti
Mr. Reed says that not much more
the dreadnoughts The maiiruveiv
ill 1 ni idio t--d liesrlv iisibe
under a. u.sl battle toiiiliiKuit.
Hurt; Autoist Held
iciernauoniti lienemi r.im-lrlc com
pany, and llirris and M. J. H.mder.
msnHger of the Imerustlonal Mercan
tile Marine. Nrw (i leans
Hed Cro Call Fndorsed.
Fiflj-five of Miiieis Caught ill
PeniiHj I v a 1 1 i a Pit IJiiac
counted for; 14 Taken
Others Believed Alive
Kpangli.1', Pa., Nov. . (I'v A. P V
Fifty live of the 111 miners who went
down Into the Iti-llly mine of the
Kellly Con I rompnny here this morn
ing, it few minutes before the woi Ic
ings were (urn by an explosion, were
unaccounted for whin th rescue
crews came up the shaft at 6 tonluht.
Twenty-five, IIimv wiM, probably had
been killed find 14 had been taken to
Hope that, some of the jolting nu n
were still alive was rellectod In re
ports which came to the surface that
a brattice had been built of old tim
bers ,y the miners iifler the explosion
cut off a part of No. 8 heading to the
left of the main entry.
"I-ook behind this wall" had been
burned In a smooth place on timber
by an acetylene lamp. Knowing that
experienced miners would take every
means to help their rescuers, this
startling Sentence was taken to mean
that the men were still nlive.
Fear Poison (as.
But no attempt was made to tear
down the brattice for the main en
tiles were filled with gus and I nlted
States bureau of mine engineers
feared that such a course would send
the deadly poison where tho men, al
ready weakened by hours of anxiety
nod unprecedented by oxygen helmets,
It will take a short time to have
the entries cleared of gas, and then,
they suid, the brattice would be de
mollnhed. They determined upon this
course after one of their canary birds,
taken with them from Pittsburgh, had
died in the foul air.
At another point in the mine a
heavy fall of slate had completely
clogged tho entry. Back of it, res.
cuers declared, they could hear voices
and they were hopeful that they
would II nd some of the entombed men
alive, although they received no an
swer to repeated calls.
- Rescuers Making Progress.
Rescue forces were made up of
skilled miners from Spangler and
vicinity In charge of engineers from
tho United States bureau of mine
and the mine rescue crew of tho Cam
bria Steel company, which arrived
here early this afternoon. They
worked unceasingly In short relays,
hrattlcing the workings so as to con
trol the gns and admit the pure air
from above. They gave no Intimation
as to when the work would be com
pleted, but each relay, ns It came to
the surface, said they were making
Other volunteers gathered the dead
and injured which wire scattered In -tho
working not far from the foot
of the shaft. The dead were placed In
a subterranean room and the injured,
swathed in blankets, were taken to
the surface. There a first aid station
had' been established by Kpangler
physicians and the American Red
Dig Crowd (.atlnis.
The crowd which assembled almost
immediately after the explosion, con
tinued to grow until at nightfall al
most the entire population of Kpnngh-r
and of the surrounding mining vil
lages hail assembled.
The drizzling rain which fell
throughout the day had no effect upon
the crowd, which Included the wive
and children of many of the ntoinhed
miners. Kmno of them wept, but
others stood In stolid sll.-iioe, closely
watching the cage each t!m It cni
UP the shaft and orcasloimlly think
ing they recognized th outlines of a
familiar form. They wero so fur
away, however, and the hodn-s wei
so carefully covered that recognition
MiukIIiik I" tbeirowd were the mint
Ixtci from all the i hurcln-s of Hpaii
gler and number from nearby
towns. Cont.picu.ms wets two Roman
Cathoho prist, Father Janus Paubh
I furs ta Too. I'nluNi
Monument to Missouri
Dead in War Dedicated
Cheppy. Fi.iiiv , .Nov. illy A P I
A ii.oiiuiii i,t to roiiitu mor.ite tt.e
ol.lK t of tlit it i f ,Mihurt wim
fell lIlltlMK !( M" rid r ite.i,-
tlnc'lii. Nov - iHi, Ul 1 - Tl.s
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linniiiir Hivn ti ft 4", Tt t In tity hl ca.t i'h
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liidiim.lis, Nov. I Alvln Hw.ley.
lottlunal cmnisnder of the Amen. n
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