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THE OMAHA BEE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1922.
Dill of Washington
Only 38; Will' Be
Sicert-tfiil Candidate I Bach
elor Only Dcihmr.it to
democratic senator In (he history of
f t Mute, una put In by a fualon of
( iruiia ami democrats In tlx Irf
j iniiliir In IW.
I Mr, Illl waa born nmr Fredrick
; I. wn, Knoi county, Ohio, anil win
trrnrliiMttl from Ohio Wmleyan unl
virility In l'i07, 1I hn been a a ho
teacher and it newspaper man. Ilia
profession la I ha liiw. 1 1 r wua a dep
nty pn.aecutlrig attorney and w aeo
relary to ilia lata Governor I.iatcr.
Win I fin St.ite Vote
Sine Populi-t Vae.
Heal tie, Waah., Nnv. P - fl nerce
INU, 1-nnrt, of iiikNnr, whoa
election l'i llii' l'nl(l Ml. ill a
l I (I'll' it '! by fi'MllllX In
l'hilea Ilebbeid, republican
Handit Get $11,000 in
Colorado Payroll Holdup
Trinidad, t'olo, Nov, JO Two
makcd bandit fhia morning held up
mi automobile carrying 1 1 4. Odd pay.
aenate , roll (n Mia American Hmcltlug and,
w '''' 'n ! Ibflnlrig company mine at Cokednle,
Sails for America:
to Tulk'ou League!
Georges Clemeiiceau, 81-Year
OKI Statesman, Kern fur
it, i.!,..i-,fr'. .in, . i,iin,' a
thalrmaii, dma iml eM-'t "liny iiiil j
rial chaoge." will I the y.uwrt "f mrr ! cltlwrie are now
IIM'III.T W h.-n h take hi seat March I'" search handlts.
4, It I an . here, I '
Mr, lull, hn was 3 year i l l Foreign Vf'KHrl Seized
f hnn week iici, la 11 bachelor. He-:
Sides liini-t Lister, f'll lll'T g"Vlinor,
hi la tha only d' inurml to win In a
lute will mutest In Washington since
lh pi'piillat wave. II" la the only
deiti'snit aver re cl" (' 'I to congress
;i the afiile, having served from
March, I'll.'., to March, 1 . 1 3 . (Jorge
Turner i t Hpokane, th only other I ordered today by Hcrcliiry Mellon
j Beyond 3 Mile. l,cleaed
I Washington, Nov. 10. Itclcasa of
lull infix n Vcaacl seized outalde the
'American three mil limit with ll'iuor
iiIkiik! whar thcr I no tvldrnte of
I cmniri unli ntlnri with tho ahor liy
1 nn-ana of tho yraai-la' own lata, wua
I'nrla, Nov. 10. (t!y A. P.J-W;eoiee
('.tiiiiTiu-iu a.illa uwiiy for AiiitIlu,
tmiiorrow, huppy In tha,aplnt of u4
vnituip. Tod.iy, lm wua Ky Intrr
aalii'l anil Intarvatlnv keaii t he off.
Oinalrl'Tliiit lila (treat h wua HI
Inat M-t tiilior the Mtfrneaa with
Finger Prints May
Reveal Slayer of
Hector and Woman
Dcjfcity Attorney CciH-ral l)c
nirv Hitch in Invpotigation
of Hall CitM- Ha
Ja EEI i5 m jjf OHuTi'Ti
WVnr riot ho- that art Tai!orrd-t-Yntir-Measure
elotlitH that nrw tiuuh fur 'OlT. Iferc arc
tin nilv atitiiir i in vrarim; I hinder Tailitvd-t-Yur-Meastuv
el"thes; li. f.ifuinir patterns for
vmir ai'tifiihir t j u nul ier'iiality AI.I
V(M)L inat. 'liaN, iiiifim; l.n wtnr.' Mado
to fit YOl aii-1 t)it little d.taiU (wlsidi add
so niUi h to I'jn ai;mee Jierfertly fmisln d.
All t!n e t . r -s f.,r nnv '.Vint.
cdTiriifcaara mam mutmmum &
whlrh the "TlKr" of France antici
pate tho experlnniM! thut am aoon to
come tr lilm In the I'nllH hftatva, la
pilt tc jichltiji to Ihoae w ho a'-o lilin
nii'l ttlk with him,
"I never w nuili of n chop for
the puat," Clmericwiu remarked to
tho coiT"Mponant, who In'iulred about
the former pn.inli-r'a earlier vlnita to
the l,'nlt'"l Hliitpa. Thla la not hla
flrat trip to America, na la commonly
aupp'iNr, l,ut hla third.
Not Flrot Vlalt.
"My father, who wiia exiled lif Na
poleon III, thoiwht It wauld tie a good
thlnit for rue to go to America anil
I wnt," C'lemencenu aald. "I had
lieen followlnif event of your civil
war and my aympathlea were with
the north. Imoxt , Immediately
after my arrival, however, I went to
Jllchmond. There I met a good many
iiuthrrn people and noon found out
how delightful, how lm;ily charmlnK
Clemenceati prniaed a moment and
then with a fcxiiue, wtnt cm.
"Shortly before my arrival, Grant
had talcn the cliy and I aaw for the
flrat time whut war and bombard-!
ment meant. Then I Vent to Waali' I
IriKton and Inter, out went aa far aa
Chicago and from there? to Buffalo and,
after a while to JioHton.
In con vernation Clemencea.il aeldom
Blliidea to hla cubaequent experience
In America, llrat aa a young' gentle
man of b.'laiire, readlnif ext.ennlvely
for two yeara In the llbrarka of New
Vork,' and then na a teaolwx In a
Kills' rt'bool In Connecticut. It waa
riurlpK ; hla ilays aa an lnatructor at
the K'rla achool that Clemenceau met
tho yount; woman who became hla
At thla time nlio waa under ae
and her guardian refused to give
hla consent to a civil Marriage only,
Inalftlng oa the church'a benedlfti'tn.
Clemenceau atoutly declined to rec
ognize the church aa eaaentlal to n
wedding. Ho he went back home atlll
unmarried. Thla waa In 1869. He
had apent four yeara In. America.
Tho next year ho rroaaed the Atlan
tic again and was married at a civil
Mia atay In America gave to the
"Tiger" that knowledge of Kngllah
which haa been one of hi moat use
ful accGinpllxhrnenta In hla long pub
lic career. Alwaya he haa taken
plenmire In the language and In ita
'In Talk on league.
My Intention in going to Amer
ica are good; I feel uie of that," the
aged politician aald. "I see with con-
alderable clenrneaa how It wjll bo to
tho material and moral lutreta of
the United Statin to examine Eu
ropean dllllciilllcs with oth'r concep
tion than tlioae they hie at pres
Cclcnnejiu expect to enlarge hi
own Judgment or tairopcan anua
tlona by putting his Ideas Into contact
with American vh w. lie dm a not
go to New Vork Willi hi tiilml made
up and cloned hm to what wuiild be
to the mutual and collectlw ad
vantage of the United rotate, France
and Kurope geiieiully.
"I (shall talk ulnut the b'.iRiic of
natlutiM, but 1 have no apeclllo ad
vice tu offii." he I' lii.n Ued, "I Iw
liive In tho Mm if tho liMgue. The
World niiii't tuna aoiiuthiiig of the
hiit, 1 ilu in d a y that the !e:igue
a it now x;ia i what Am-'O'-ana
huilld fldopt. It ilia in-t aatl'fy nie
hut 1 inn f'-r the apliailon "
New llfimawli k, N. J., Nov. 10
Hy A. I'.l "I have all tha avldence
nfceaaury,". aald Hiecial Deputy At
torney General Molt tonight, ill
miliig npuria of a new hitch In
hi Inveatlgatjon of tha murder of
thu Itov, KdwArd Wheeler Hall and
Mra, i:iarior It. Mill, clmlr alnger
In tho Church of Ht. John, The
It la now only a uetlon of pro
cedure with me," Mr. Mott declared.
Indicating that be might not, aa had
been reported, await the awearing in
o fa new fiorneraet county grand
Jury Nov.'inber 20, before taking fur
ther action. "I ahull know, probably
by Monday, what action la beat," ho
added, "and when I take If, I alyill
be glad to take the public Into my
Mr. Mott refused to be, quoted fur
ther, but from a aource cloae to hlrn
It waa learned that be had three
rnuraea of action under conalderation.
The tpeclal prosecutor, It wn
learned, I relying on finger prlnta
a well ,4 corroborative witnesses, to
lack up tha story of Mra. Juno
Gibson, p'g raiser and no-called eye-
wit neaa, that tho sliylngs wero com
mitted ly a bushy-haired man, who
wna accompanied by a woman In a
Heveral of these prlnta have bocn
obtained and Mr. Mott la confident
ho can Identify all but one. That 1
a print, believed to be a woman'!
finger, which waa found on the dead
On bla authority, It waa aald that
Mr. Mott planned to make a legal
demand Monday on Mra. t Francea
Noel gtevena Hall, thai ' rector'a
widow, that she aiibmlt to a finger
print teat for comparlaon with tho
Light Vote Is
Foiled in Slate
w Political Tarty Ha IVr
Cent of Total Two Mem
her Kleetcd to the
feet Dfflarm Gump
Moat I'ofniliir Man
Kaiis.i, (It), Nov, 10. "Aiuly
(limp I the moat popular niHU III
the I lilted Male," declared l ulled
Male Senator Jainm i, lUril here
tonight In a "alirprlMi" apereh at I he
opening of It in na tlt'a II.IKhl.iHlU
Hotel I Idle Kite In the residential
President to Honor War
Dead on Armistice Day
(Cnntlnunt from Paaa One.)
caua of humanity, and choosing the
mcthoda where the obligation thua
created will be, I am ure, be a fit
ting prayer for thla armlatlce annl
veraary." To lalt Cemetery Early.
The visit of the preaident to Arling
ton will, be hla flrt official act bf tho
day. Attended by hla military aldea
and accompanied- by the two aecre
turlea, each attended by their aldea,
th president will leave the White
liouae aoon after i and traversing
tho route over which the funeral pro
cession of the Unknown Soldier pasa
ed a year ago, will proceed to tho nar
Uonal cemetery. A cavalry escort
will meet tho party near tho ceme
tery and aa It paasea Fort Myer, near
Lt hla city, It Will be accorded the preal-
dentlal aaluta of 21 guna.
Reaching the amphitheater In Ar
lington, only the preaident and tfo of
tho aecrctarlea will paaa Into an en
closure about the tomb of the Un
known Holdler, (Without ceremony,
the preaident will advance beyond the
two aecretariea and, stepping to the
I'nolTlclal ol,serera lalliimted to
night that the progreasivea In Ne
braska, who org.inl.i.l a new political
party at Grand Island last winter,
had jKilIed approximately 5 per rent
of the vote cast In lasf Tileaday'a gen
eral , election.
None of the prognaslve candidales
fur state olllce running on that ticket
alone were euccessful, however, ex
cept two atata repreaentatlvea, Four
teen successful tflajor party candi
date, for tho sin to legislature, how
ever, were iilso tho nominees of the
Vote on Senator.
About HHO.OOO peraona voted for
I'liil'd Htatea aenator, ijiii)-Jh re
turn Indicate, baed on u tobil of
ni.7f from l.;m.l of thi atate'a 1,921
precinct. fif thu 371, 79, It. H.
Howell, n-publlcaii, received 21.'i,970.
comiiared to M,:i!l for bla democratlo
opponent, Senator (1. M. Hitchcock,
and 9,310 for Ifcv. J. 1,. lieelm .of
The prohibition vole cannot lie esti
mated na all of their candidate wore
running on major parly ticket, with
one exception, that of Mrs. 13, l,ii"lln
I.nrlori of Lincoln, who received but
a ainnll vote for congr'sa a compared
with her republican and democratic
Unofficial return how the republi
cans elected state aenator In fill but
the Second, Third, Klghth, Tenth,
Thirteenth, Twentieth, Twenty-third.
Twenty-eighth and Thirty-third dla
trlcf. The vote In the Twenty-fourth
waa cloae, and the apparent victory
of d, ('.. Humphrey, republican, over
S. M. Frlea, democrat, may lie upset
by the official count.
Of tha atate aenator, three were
progreaslve party nominee, ea well
a candidate on major party ticket
They arc John Wlltse, republfoan and
progressive In the First dlatrlct; J,
If. Itel fen rath, democrat and progrea-
alve In the Tenth, and Henry Hehrena,
republican and progresalve , In the
Twelfth. In the house, two republl
can, running aleo aa progressives,
were successful, while one, A. N,
Mather, In th Ninety-eighth waa
the nominee on three tickets, republi
can, democrat and progreaslve, with
out oppoaltlon. Klght democrat who
alo were nominated by the progre
aivea for the house were aucceaaful.
The republlcana elected D7 member
to the lower house, the democrata 41,
and tha progressive two. Obed
Raash lrt the Forty-ninth district
(Madlaon county), and Thoma Axtell
Jn the Eighty-ninth (Lincoln county)
were the progreaalvea who won.
Leave Still Alone.
eaiifus, Mass., Nov, la, Thu
i ol:re today n used to con
llacjite a atlll found In an automobile,
whoau ncciipanla liny bad arrented
on cliaiyea i f operating the machine
without proper i gist ration, giving
a their reason the dcfe.it of (lie .f
eienilinn on state enforcement of the
Volstead act at the election Tueaday,
Hahy IVppy' of Film III.
l,o Angeles, Nov. 1. I'cggy Mont
gomery, il year old motion picture act
re, known aa "liaby I'cggy," la III
with piicuiuoril'i at lor parenla' real
dencn In Owrnstnoiith, near here. It
wn nniiouiiced today.
Cops to Lose Johs
hy Fascist i Hide
Premier Mussolini Believe
Ootmtry So Pacified One
Officer to TOO Inhahi-
Itome, Nov. 11. About SJ.O'ifl police,
inni will soon be out of a Jb In
Premier Mlissolln h i dm lilnl to re
ilniii the forco to barn necessity, At
the present theie aie "il.mni ciiraWnli 1 1
and 2", 000 royal guards, Tha former
are to be reduced to 40.0n0 and the
latter to 15.000,
The premier baa null confidence In
the complelH purification of (lis coun
try that he In llevea one pollnriiau to
rry 7"l liihiibllnnt I aufla luit '"
kel l ord T,
Higlmr Secibl, Itoiiie plhe i-oliillih-ali
ll.r, tild the Tl'lbuno lialay that J
Hlgnor Mussolini I perfictly right and I
that baa limn half the preatnt p"ll'
wfll do. When told that III Chlriit;.)
and New Vork there la one polneniiiii
to every too Inhabitant, he said.
"Judging fioill r-polla III the nets
paper, they lll needed,"
Ca-e of Hulionie Pl.ipir
)icoiretl on Steaiiifhii"
ll it.ina, Nov. )a iai i.i ry of -t
i k. of IuiIhiiiIi' plagiiH alHwrd tin
Mpalilsli ti,il'alaiillc lo"r liarcebin I
leaiilted today III the t e' l, with 21 I
pai oiti r iili iild, b'-li g ijii iialillli"!
at M il li l f"i si veil d,i.
Former Jude Found Dead.
Iloi.olul'l, Nov, 10 - (iiy A. P I -
I'liMO'-r I'i'I'l.il Jll'Ve lloia'ii Woltl
aiighaii wa found il' i"! Ill hla h"tty
1 1 -i -1' uml
bad b'-ell III
I.. ..i. I, ,1.. 14 It .(JllllI
III Marlon comity. T"as, In lMi7.
was found il'-ad In hla lioiiv
y Willi a bullit wound III I
a Mvlvir l y hi side, Ii4
III H wek Willi a lielVOIliR
n, Jliilgo Vang lia li waa l'i '
Wants Bride Deported.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 19, Emery
Dorko want hi bride of 10 weeks de
ported to Budapeat, Hungary, from
where he brought her, becauae ahe
refuaea to como to Cleveland to ahare
a newlv furnished apartment with
Dorko married Caroln Peek on Au-
tomboy the Vrath upon It Tn M" ?- 3'
lor ill ciimim's iiiiiiiie,un-',i
half of the American people. The en
tire party will then withdraw, con
cluding the official tribute to the-nation'
The visit of citizen to the home of
former Preaident Wilaon haa been
planned for the afternoon. The visi
tor will gather Informally about the
Wilaon home and upon the appearance
of the former president, a abort pro
gram will be carried out.
Henry Morgenthau, American am
bassador to Turkey under Mr. Wilaon,
will give a brief addreaa to which the
former president la expected to reply.
bureau here after a two yeara court
ship by maU. Immediately after the
ceremony, Pnrko aald, hla bride told
him ahe never wanted to ee him
TO MY FRIENDS
I wlh to thank you for your nup
port toward my candidacy for 8ehorI
Board at Tuesday's election. Naturally,
1 ant dinappointed, but not dicourged.
DR. C. B. I'OLTZ
The Eternal "If" in Religion and Life
Sunday Evening Sermon Subject
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
20th and Davenport Street Jo W. G. Fat, Minister
Kipling wrote a poem entitled, "If." Was his philosophy
correct? Questions people are asking will be answered Sunday
evening. Here are some: Should a Christian dance? Is the
Dible inspired? Do you believe in Evolution?
Nillinan DecMon Heerved.
I'oiU tik' 'i". N. Y. Nov, 1'' -Hiijii.iii"
Coll it Jiintlie J.ph
Mi.'biipr tv-rviil !.iiioti today
mi a, tout!!'!! int'lj by t-ounK-l f"f
Jnn.ea A C'llbi i l, In V.natu H
ji..!r. - i.l in tl-e JMIisn.ni u
GALA ARMISTICE DAY
Hotel Fontenelle, Saturday, November 11
Six to Nine P. M,, $1.50 per Cover
15th cd lUrty Streeti
Chiropractic Free Clinic
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(il Mkl, -I h nm Ihll
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a.-i a--i - c l--u-
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It i alw la stlaaa
Ika Aivtiiua Ball
laa I mKmII Ikia
af, y !
aly 4 iaaar
ta Ik Moa PwlaxtaalT
(anil at Mkiaa, lukkay't la!ikl
Hur.a al fii
IUi4 (.AJ. iua Ium Hullsia
a. i r. r.k
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Mia W. Hi,4. tiM ,MI
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SatiiiHats Brocade Hats
The outstanding styles of the winter sea
son have been brought together for this
enjoyable millinery event.
Advance models, new materials, fashion
able colors all recently received direct
from New York.
Extraordinarily good values
for Saturday Selling
Sale of Finished
Pillows, centers, scarfs
and other finished
pieces that have been
used as models will be
sold at interestingly low
Pin cushions with mus
lin or satin covers in all
sizes, 10c to 33c.
By the Dozen
Sonia hairnets in every
desired shade of the
cap and fringe styles.
Single mesh. 50f dozen.
Double mesh, Oik floz.
gloves, hosiery, hand
kerchiefs n n d all
that 1 intrrentinirly
new, tin' in quality
and mode rate in
Lounging robes in
new imi.hU, nutr.
riuli wibl pattern are
all ready fr
lrm Merlin if, Ni-perti-r
in every ')! nd
To Ik. lalt A V,a lata
Dark gray chinchilla
in sizes 3 to 6 years,
$8 to $15.
Self -trimmed polo
coats or in dark red or
beaver colored broad
cloth with fur collars.
Sizes 3 to G years,
$17.50 to $25.
Heal mannish little
coats for boys from
2 to (5 years priced
from $9.75 to $18.
Heavy winter weight
sweaters in hII dark
colors. Sizes X to 12
year old. $6.50 to
Woolen scurfs a n tl
capes to mutch. $4.25
Especially New and
Trimmings Perhaps the most re
cent arrival is crepe
chiffon with Bilver and
gold embroideries. An-
oiner newcomer is
Spanish lace flouncing
with a silver or jrold
t h re ad running
Cabashons are a great
favorite and a decided
necessity for the
draped frock. These
are shown in many
new color combina
tions with and without
Ponu htm for klthllrn;
hluc k. brown, rorJavan
ami white rolttr. Ml
wtight, 3(c and Ci)c a
Girdles for $2
Several tyl s, mum1 in
plain materiiils, cOin
of 11 1 k figured hm
t mlii and H.itii,, all in
ciiiibiiu!i"il tt itn e!;ti
tie which i.l! i
much fi'itii"! t.
( ,r S.tliua;
Oxfords and Slippers
Saturday for $5.75
An .-- i timid f Imda n ?um-- though
pot ail Mii;ill cdif in Sn.'i4 Oxfuid
ami Sli' itiffi Mil nn Siduidav for ihi
Iiv iiin', Alniu-t all cf llitm lou
her! ttlnl Welt ndt ,
Priced $5,75 Saturday Only
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