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THE SUNDAY BEE: OMAHA, DECEMBER 3. 1922.
Terms of Treaty
Sixteen YYdM-N 'rnt to Juul.
Yartls in Compliance With
Wat.liing.ton Naval Lim
Scotto's Wife Sues Muzio
Columbia Grafonolas OWCHS Columbia Records
Trig VALUE GIVINO 1IOU.
tVriiililiif ion, ni, ;, (Hv A. v
lii f xpiuimiiim of Hi' statement re
Kni'linif the criiiipin i.f wrW..
made III the limjiao fpf ( ominous Wed
nesday .y m reprexejitmhe of the
Xtrnish admiralty, th Itrltlsli enihu.rv
IhI hIkIiI tiiH'ln miM.- a list of
eijflil capital hlp "ulresdy sold and
removal ty ship breaking- firing for
breaking up," l.ijfM oilier ve.eels
wth tunned as In th fimt eisa' of
crspplng defined In llio Washing
ton navsl treaty,
Th enlia.sv statement declared
that "none of these vrt.l were
olieolel In th tiH of I lm Wach
liifioii iruiy," Hill H, Leslie frl;le,
secretary of the etiihussy, said that
"hud It imt ,ii for the VVavlilnKiin
i:nrifrvnfit nun of these ships would
lui hecti scrapped."
Kiilll lit tiilKimy statement and
Mr. f'rsliil look exception specifleal-
1y to a dispatch of The Associated
l'r', sent from Washington oil Wed
tiesdny, miylnK thiit fur the
aetusl scropplng 'f wershlpa in
the I'nitcd Wales, Great Hrltnin and
Japan alike had "affected only v
win which are formally classified by
ri wr as wholly obsolete for
Tlia Information on which this dls
T'Ktch was luid, no fur ti Ureal
Uritiin tai concerned, I contained
in a "return" lo llii house of com
rnons made ly ll)'' Hi 1 1 lull admlrally
and printed In July, 19:2, ahowlng
th ships which comprise th fleet of
the British empire, but "omitting
obsolete ships of all classes." c'oplea
c( thla "return" ore In tlie hand of
government, officials here.
Six Mraiiurri of Control In
rlu'lrd in Program for Sub
mis;ion to Confrrrncc at
Boy Stoned to Death
Over Football Game
I'it tjiburah, I-c 2, A coroner'
Jury, which held 1111 Inqueat Into th
dentil of iJuhrlel HhuUik, 1, Tuck
etty creek, n nilnliiK vllljiee ner
KlltniiriiKK, who una tiloned to (lentil'
hy aix rmaller liida whone nijea
mniftd from 11 to 13 year, renuitided
to th Juvenile court tho ly ro
aponnllile for tholr compntilon' death.
Tli'! atory of the killinir wiia that
while the lade were playing football
in a vn on nt lot Hiut.-ik incurred the
d.flpleimjre of the younger lads,
whereupon they bnnded uK.unut him
tind pelted him with atonex. While
the dhulak boy wiia In a stooved poul
t:on In the act of plcklnx up a atone
n mlaale burled by one of the nnujller
boya atruck him In the head. He
died two duya later from a fractured
When OKItlo Ncullo, fmprearlo of tlie Chlcairn Opera roniiiany. re
turned (o America on the name alilp a Mile, auiliit Miiln, nopraiio of Ilia
;ime company, hlo wife, Mine. arm'elia Hrotto, annoiiiiced that ah ha4 In-
Iructed her altorneya to aue Mile. Mulo for IC-VWll) for alleeed alienalloa
of affect toon and alao to auei for titration from her hulind, ,Mme, Nrolto
tnaiiea no clmrge aialimt Mile. Mulo'a em Utile repiilallon.
Ejrjr Hurled at 1 i Citizens Prav
Bandit Routs 2
Motions to Reopen Liquor
Cases Filed in Oklahoma
Tulna, Okl., Dec, 2, C lifford W.
fciiitf, iisMlnlant atnle attorney gen.
etal, yexterduy filed In counly court
here, 4 motion aukingr to reopen
llUor ranee diiinilHed by County At
torney W, F. Heaver and annouiofd
tlmt he would Immediately begin In
eetiniition of Senver'e otllcinl acta to
determine whether or not he would
auk for the euepenfilon of the Tulsa
The iiKelHtiint attorney Renera! mild
Ji.a InveHtlRution would cover every
r.ngle of the en Be
Woman Buried Alive.
Now York, Dec. 2. Abraham Meek
er, taxirab chauffeur, was Indicted
for the murder of hia wife, Jennie,
who, authorities believe, wua burled
live In a qulckllme filled crave from
which her body va taken Wednes
day. The offlfiol theory that t lie woman
W;ia burled alive was formed after the
report of Vr. Karl Dtnnard, assiHtant
medical examiner of Kronx county,
bid been submitted to the district at
torney. Ir. Dennard naid that while
lte bad been dealt a heavy blow on
the head- It wyn of a nature that
would have stunned her and not
ended her life.
Her hands and feet had l' n bound
and a coat had been placed over her
face. The body bore other evidences,
he reported, that the woman had re
gained conscloiisnehs in the crave In a
vacant lot and then fought ufwinvt
Salvation Army Head Arrives.
New York, I'ec. J, CouiuiiMxioiier
liavid ''. Ijimb, sect. ml in command
In the International Salvation Army,
who has been dewunated to take over
the eomuiiind of the army In America
from I'omnmnder Kvancellne Hooth,
lirrlved on the teumliip AiultanU
rins of the nipreme comin.iiid'r of
the Kilviiiion Army. tien. Kramwell
Jiooili. tr reoiK iiilzatioii of the Army
In A'yf which aroused a utoini of
protei'i fioin ciluetis and rKMOi4
tin. ( I)s f-r a cniiimia!i"iierliii
which b dt peiclM"t linn th
lU'ilieli hu-n n.'li i f thf arliij.
Girl in Grocery Hita Uandit
in JVose, Causing
npokane, vvshii., iiec. Z. One un
rooked rug routed two bard lulled
ones, when a holdup Was attempted
In a small grocery In an ouilyiiiy dls
Two men entered the store at clos
Ing time and one of them, placing a
dollar bill on the counter, anked Miss
Ksther Olson, aged 16, for half
dozen tug. When she turned toward
the men again, an egtr In each hand
one of them displayed a, gun. Miss
Olson let fly one egg, and screamed
The egg, according to Mine Olson,
struck the holdup man on the nose
and splashed over his face. Warded
by the oaslauRht and by the girl's
call for help, the men bolted, leaving
the dollar bill on (he grocery counter,
I Angeles, Dec. 2. A hole In the
solo of his shoe led to the arrest of
J. It, Uetker, iMirlier and rancher of
Van Nuys, a suburb, on a charge of
stealing hay from M. L'rca, a neigh
bor. Officers followed foot prints lead
lner away from ureas barn, over
damp soil to the barn of Betker. The
foot prints seemed to show a hole In
one of the shoes which made them.
And, the officer aald, Hetker was
wearing a shoe with a hole In the sole,
Hetker said he merely borrowed tho
hay, but nt such a late hour that he
considered It unnecesary to awaken
Urea to ask him for It, the officers
Guilty of Murder.
White. '.ihl, Mcti. lee. : - Mi
AU. e !udiiH whs 'ii lcl-d III o'
tmt i.i, n( right f hnwtK it. ur
te.d her son In lit , K"lnl Ul"ll.
t;t- bs'I 1 fii'l t t w.n M.l.!y ef
fl-.t mheii the. enl.. t r.. tut
tlHll i-t In malt" a UI-li1f til. Mm- Is
t i b . n! i n-l by Ju U J- ti ll.tr
t ti f. niitut' It, ,tli.t.( ber
dm! iter, t..dll. i.i w.is Ctn
lhi rkr m-t i't pliJii'M
bet ft.r lit t. lti-l ll-vl il A
f'tvg i f mufdn- t-lt.,, H j
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National Theater l'ianned.
New York, Dec. 3. l'-Hlublishmeut
of an American national tlieater, long
the dream of lovers of the drama,
has been undertaken by the Produc
ing Managers association with the co
operation of an Initial committee of
17 educators, publicists, dramatists
and actors, Augustus Thomas an
nounced Inst night. Universities spe
cializing in dramatic courses have
been asked to Join the movement.
The 17 men outside of the associa
tion who bavo consented to be In
corporators are Ceoraje Pierce, batik-
er; .David jselasco, JVieliolas .Murray
llutler, Hamuel Harden Church,
Owen lavls, John Drew, James W.
lierard, Wllliuin Gillette, Otto II.
Kahu, Urunder Matthews, William
l.yon Phelps, t'hunniiiu Pollock, Ar
thur Hobson, Frank Haven fargent.
Otis siklnner, Hooth Tarklngton and
Plane Catapult Tested.
I.os Angeles, live. '.'. A new naval
airplane catapult designed for launch
ing planes Into the air directly from
the deck of a battleship, wua tried
out off I.os Angeles and at Ban Diego
yesterday with entirely satisfactory
results, it was announced at Pacific
fleet head'iusrters here.
A seAplan was launched from
aboard 'hip at Kan Diego and made
thn passage to Los Angelet without
difficulty, carrying only the pilot, It
then was hoisted lo the deck of a bat
tleship here and launched sgaln. this
time carrying a passenger In addition i
t the plloi. Again the plane look
lite ale with ea.w, completing the re
t'.in flight to tn I 'lego Mthoul
as Town Burns
400 Homeless a Kegult of
Fire That Sweeps Part
Terrelsviiiie, Quebec, Dec 2. Four
hundred persons were homeless to
day as a result of a fire which last
night wled ont the entire lower part
of Terreltonne, nVstroylri($ more tljan
"5 residences, and store buildings, In
cluding the town hall and the post-
Tim Convent of the Congregation
of Notre Dame and the Juvenat col
lege, conducted by the Father of
tho Very Holy Hacrament, escaped
Fanned by a high wind, tho flames
spread with anmlug rapidity. When
fre apparatus arrived from Montreal,
5 mile distant a large section of
the town had been mowed down by
the blaze. The blaze destroyed every
thing In its path.
The tirst alarm, caused householders
to rush from their burning homes,
carrying whatever they could salvage.
Women dragged slclgho along the
streets Into which were loaded the
few articles rescued. The. Fathers of
the Holy Kncrament, savings the
Pleased Wucrament, carried It about
the smoke filled streets while men,
women and children, knelt In prayer.
Hamburg. Dee. ;.-(fly A. P.l
The program of M. Polncare, the
French premier, for submission to
the Hrussela' conference, com prists
six definite measures of allied con
trol to be ace pled by flertnany In
return for a three year moratorium,
aceordlig lo Information the Frem-d-dial
t assorts It has received from
a Dutch banker who Is prominently
srsodiited with high financial circles
The newspaper mil Its Informant
states that the plan already has been
submitted to the Pelglan government.
The sis prererjijisltos to a moratorium
ire declared to ha:
First Th erection of a custom
boundary eastward of the occupied
territory, with the establishment of
' a tnlsed customs commission, basest
on the nutnlter of troops and tilled
official In fh occupied area.
Heeond Participation by allied capi
tal In all chemical and metallurgical
factories In the occupied area having
mora than (00 employes, to the extent
of not less than 45 per cent and not
exceeding 75 per cent.
Third Allied control of Indirect
taxee in th occupied territory.
Fourth Kpeclal measure against
the flight of German capital abroad.
with taxation of such fund in foreign
Fifth mobilization of lha mark
through an International loan secured
by th Jtelchsbank a gold reaerv.
Blxth An Increase in coal dellverlea
by 25 per cent and an Increase In
reparatlona wood dellverlea 20 per
Relatives Accuse Wife
in $500,000 Estate Suit
Relative of the 1st John Krsus
of Alliance, allege In an answer filed
In district court here Haturday that
his former wife , Helen, left his ranch
home In Pox Uutte county, and went
to Hioux City to keep a tryst with a
former Jover there.
The law suit Involve .the 1500,000
estate of tho deceased. Krause and
the plaintiff were married In Jnver
In December, 1912. Hhe allege that
he began and tarried through a di
vorce suit by stealth and fraud In tho
Douglas counly court, giving her,
name wrongfully as Nellie Krause
and getting; service by publication on
the claim that he did not know where
his wife was.
Krauf! died in Alliance August it,
Six Conventions Scheduled
for Omaha in December
There will be at least six conven
tions In Omaha during December, ac-
ordlng to a report of the Omaha
Chamber of Commerce, Tho meetings
already scheduled are:
December 11 State Association of
Commissioners, riupervlsora and
Clerks, estimated attendance, 350.
December 910 Nebraska and Iowa
December 13 Grand Chapter Itoyal
Arch Masons, estimated attendance.
December 13 IX. S. M. Grand Coun
December 19 So Nebraska titale
Bar association, attendance, COO. -
December i:;i-S0 Missouri Valley
China and Japan Sign
Toklo, Dec, 2. The foreign office ,
announce the signing at 9 a. m. yes
terday of the agreement between
China and Japan, concerning Hhan-
The transfer of all Japanese In
terest in the province of (Shantung
will take place at noon, December S,
when all the Japaneee troops will be
Kome matter, however, will be left
for ettlement after the evacuation.
Attorney Awarded Damage.
for Poor Telephone Service
Minneapolis, Dec. 2. A district
court Jury yesterday awarded George
8. 'Grimes, a local attorney, damage
of $1,000 in hi suit for $3,000 against
tho Northwestern Telephone Ex
change company for alleged poor serv
ice during two years. The company
indicated It would appeal.
French Mission Coming.
Paris, Dec. 2. By
posal for admission
officers to America,
chamber of deputies
prlated 300,000 francs
to invitation from
was said at the war
A. P.V The pro-
. of live French
for which the '
, was In responre
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Twelve Free Lessons with Every Saxophone
from now until Christmas we will
give FREE, with tho purchase of .a
Saxophone, 12 lessons. Surprise your
friends by playing this entertaining in
Rtrumenl. For your convenience we
have made very easy and pleasing terms.
Price 970.00 and up. Oct your Saxo
phone and 12 lessons and pay for your
instrument in easy installments.
W are I he at
tives for Ike cele
brated J. W. York
A Soa Band aad
meats. All guars.
Cornets Saxophones Trombones
I .,r km B.ita' Otfk.di Utitueml
tOR lilt LOVER OF VIOLIN MUSIC
Nee our itniipleto Vinlm Sets nowr (ii sale at
en evlrcniHy .,w j.rne for ( linstmat. These
Violin hate a spirt). li t lone and are complete
with ii-c, lt,, i'rii'irs ami hn rt, Jg.t th
Umii; fur the ltfh-uiiif r or fr tho r hi flan
oil lsl.Hi.' r..M.
pet'll pri'T n t kulelci, lUasnatt liiji'ar
Ku). , tu, ts.s fr. m SI 00 lo 111 00 fey fur
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f'o not fail to see our stock
of these popular dfuks in
walnut and mahop-any,
ranjrinjr in prict from
i i v w a w aw ai r m
An endlens variety of
Smokers' Htandu in all the
popular fiiiishet from
Make This a Furniture Xmas
To merely go over the numerous items which might be rlassed aa
appropriate gifts, then only can you appreciate the tender thought
winch would he manifested year in and year out by those who are
foitunate enough to bo the recipient of furniture gift from
UjJtn'a. Regardless of what might be offered, the lusting quality
is the determining factor in the worth of anything. That is why,
from a practical ufandpoint, we suggest that you make this a furni
ture gift Christmas,
One of these mahogany fii
and cane Kockers would
be an acceptable gift.
A Priscilla Sewing
make an inexpen-
sive and yet last
si I IV !
Tea Wagons in walnut
or mahogany, with and
ISridgc Lamps in endless va-H'-ty.
$ 13.75 up.
Mah, Pot complete with
Silk Shade Moor Lamps,
ton Sewing Cabi
nets, in walnut or
Oak or Mahogany Library
Cases as shown ... 8118. 75
Or sectional at 80.75 per
Tops and bases, 85.25 ca.
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
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A delayed shipment of 500 dolls of all kinds, having just arrived
we propose to dispose of the lot at exceptionally low value-giving
$1.25 Dolls go at $2.00 Dolls go at Q5c
11.50 Dolls go at 75 $3.00 Dolls go at 81.-15
34.00 Dolls go at. ., 83.45
aT VLW i k rzsa, . M H . T f W m.
An unusual collection of
Gate Leg Tables in mahog
any, walnut and antiiuc
walnut ,810.00 and up.
Maiiogany and Walnut Kour-Poster
Beds in 4-6 or 11-3 sizes, 32.50
Simmons Metal Beds in wood fin
Jtl-imli yuttii A n no Whluut liuffcL,
KrMT A 1
S Jt) frjt
Walnut Dressers with large mirrors
in Queen Anne period, 842.75.
Smaller Dressers, 820.75 up.
Many who are fontcni,lltng going houfekeepint;
would profit by neeing our four-room apartment com
pletely furnished on main floor,
We furnish thice c.,i.m coinplctc for 81 HO, 75,
I mir rttums nonplitc, SI270.OO. Hve rooiiu rum
pl. tc for 8 I7H.75.
ICxil tlliioiig VJ iet ii A i. tic Kvtcniinn
Table in walnut fmth. 830.75.
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