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The Omaha Sunday Bee
M A R K E T S
VOL. C2NO. 25.
OMAHA, bUN'DAY MOKXIXG, DECEMBER 3, 19U2.
Asked of Hoard
hv Prison Poet
U.iniiri Convictnl of Slajiup
Po-iiiaii After Hank Koli
Imy WhiiU Sentence
l.ln oiln, ll-". I. (Hir i l.il.'l- i'Valik
Coiimll, Ni lnnnl.ij fit iniffiii.iry poet
1 1 I iif '. ha f i t.-f t application f r a
'.MlllliNl.il lit SllllcllCII Willi Hi"
.III" m,.. ,,( ,,Hi.iH Mil. I pillule.
U,i li il Kill In- hull''! I iM'i'Hilirr 15.
'"IMP II, V I'll It. '!, J.tlkclis, Bolt lit
i w.-.iln y I'lnl.i.li Iplii.i family,
i i I III" It -! fur III I ll li'l- of I Vl
linii nn ii following robbery nf n bank
.il Huiiol, Neb, In 1 : 1 1! Tin' l.u-
111 1H HI Ml III H U.'IN cnlllllllll I (I l.lHt fllll
i.j l'i ji i m mill I, akin will lip re
Ii .I""! Apt II III At, CnlllitlliK K'mil time.
'I I'm 1 .11 k -Il x i .iau Iihm I'll id. I com
n.M.t nil ni'ir llir Polled Wale. Hi"
i l.ilnri In? was (fir victim of lii'clllu
hiiimi'im .in. I iicxi'itd llnil he kmi (ill
H'lluitlv nnilbng about the robbery.
Until Were Kulrsiueii,
I til. . I H m. tit" boaid Hint In nml
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II n mil nf I'l'imr, mi. I il. nil 'I In
l.neW Cumuli had ll. past record In
volving flllcgid ii fnli'llti'ili While
..mi liunit'-r In u I 'nloi'inlo town. Ac
lordlnir In l.iiktnK, Iir Hli'l Conned
p.iifid company ill ii town iicnr Hanoi
(in- tilclit liif" i" Hit! robln-iy, Council
laving lii intended going H"ftli l.y
t .uK 1 1 h ihnlnl tli.it he iImvi- into
Hiiiinl mi Hi" ilny cf the robbery to
sell gonil.t II li'l While loafing 1 '
saloon heard tlm bank had JiiKt bei tl
nibbed, liilti iih Jumped In III car
uri'I iiH-i it'-.l be Joined th" posse.
I,:iIi iih drove tn a n.riifli'l'l, where
r'uniii 11 wiih hiding, nnd nci'iii'iliiK! to j
tiln r-tnry, nut ( 'ontirll, liln fact black
ened In disguise, I'minoH ordered lilin
in drive lilin to safety,
M. i t Wllh rWr.
Ltiken iiiul Council Jumped Into
the I.tik'-rin car ud drove buck In.
ward Huii'il, where tlit-y ini-t ft posse
nt il crossroads, Lukens Jumped from
the ear, rim to the posse and pointing
to Council In the car shouted;
"Them' your man."
Conm-ll rontlnund to fle but was
tViiiiii-ll, In hln dtatrriotit to the
Ixmii'iI, nftlil t bat he tn-frlcixloil T.iihcnH
hi iivnver nii'l rrveuli-il liln past to
Luki'im. Armjrdliijf to Ciinnill, hi
liHMt w.n liidd ovrr him an a club by
I.ukena who thrratrned to f.vnl It
utile Cnnnell would rob ft tnnk.
I'oniifll nserlid that lAikonn ac
rompfi riled lilrn to the fdsro at Butiol,
vIipi-h he Mackrd flontiPll'H fni: with
a liiirncij lamp wick nnd tlien drove
Inly riurml to dot n a lookout.
faj AlcrtiiiK Arrangpd, ,.
j no nireunff jn. uia cornneia wan
pronrraiBml," Coniill unld In a ittato
iiK'til filed with th board, "und I-u-Iciis,
inntond of making: Kood his
I'M iiiisM to linul no to Bufetyr ah.ln
il'iued nio and Joined this poiwn when
In) miw ha had a film chance to ea
enpe." Hoth Lukerui and Connell ars wnll
Klucntfd men. I,uken In prison 11
biHiian and tenches pnnlKh clnnNt-H
lit thu penitentiary. Connell 1h a
trunly In another part of tho peniten
tiary. Ila write poetry continuously
a ml ha Influential friends nnd rela
tive, the same a Luken. Neither
of the men have upoken to each other
Blm'fl they entered the penitentiary.
i.'oimeir birthplace 1 Wellington,
Kan. llm HKed mother lives at a
L'roHHP, Kan. Mrs. Mattln Ilrltt Ilule,
woman attorney fit LnCrosne, ha
taken an aotlve Interest In Connell'
fifiht fur freedom.
Other to appear before the board
lit the December meeting to ask for
ft parole nre:
Uouglnu county: Leonard C. Smith,
trand lureeny, 17; Homer 1'. Keff,
lolilipry, 3 16; Leander I.lttle, man
sl.im;hter. 1-6; Violet Schmidt, check
nn iiisiifriclent funds, J-3; Mary New
ell, in.infil.'iuKhter, IS iiuuiths to 6
j-i '!.; Henry Huford. t-rinii iml nsHnult,
2 l.i; Fied Allen, Ktab to wound, 1-3;
Nathan Wolfmn), lueaklnff and enter
inc. 1 10; 1'rank Woods, larceny flora
pei son, 1 7; J.-une Davis, Krand lar
ceny, 1-7; Onrnr liabriel, rmnslauKli
tr. 1 3.
V Ll ftn a . . ..1.1. .
vmwmn', j. r, .iinn, ni-i'uMiiiun, in-
.est, not to ficeen t) years; t.uwaru
l:iyant, finiiton, r,md larceny, 17;
Tli.'odore Ai iniironi;, Cheyenne, bur
Kiary, 1-S; Ju Conlrere. Kimball,
tfnind l.iieeny, 17; Clarne Moritan,
Io,1je, auto Healing. 1 7; Floyd Yon
kern. P'iff.iln, uto steHlinir, 110; Hen
iv Sl.n. r. Miiffiilo, Krniid Wreeny, 1 !;
V'lferi H imi k.tmr. tt-i foiuery, IS;
i'l.iud .wiit, nine. ..llty, 3 14;
1iM I n ll'nitn, Wajli. t"leiy, I JO;
'Ti.ii l Kuttl...n, Lincoln, IniiRttry,
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.niNeDrasKainson!Week Qf ln(ensiv(,;
All Auto Crash
Heords in Omaha
Wii of l'tklt Driving
JJaf fl Police Can-Ion-not
to lilauic, Says
Novemlier shaitered all n-'Mids for
the' year In automobile accidents, In
JuricB and deaths, iiccordliiK to record
at Central police hendo,iiiirters.
There were 91 accident during the
month, ciiumIhk 73 Injuries and two
deaths, Carl lirown and Kllnnr Mata
cek, the kIi! ivhoH'; body lay tmldcntl
tied runny bonis In South Omaha.
Figure by luoiitlm for thu year are;
A'l-i.i-iiiii. inj n . ivihs.
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Vhcn shown tlm llBUieg, Chief of
Police Michael F, tiempney threw up
"We ihin't know how to uuib tlicse
accidents," he ald. "We've done
everything within human power, . We
havo Kent out thousaiiil of circular
explaining the roud rule which are
plain and uicJerslamliibli.'.
"Accidents nre not cnu.sed by Ignor
ance. They are caustd by carelesn-
(ieorge Carey, head of the trafflo
bureau' of tho Omaha Chamber of
Comme(ce, was In conference with
Chief Dempscy Saturday morning.
He urged that Jail terms be meted
out to every motorist found guilty of
"Five day In Jail should be given
every offender," he argued, "and If
that doesn't put a stop to this reck
lesfuiess, Increase the length of the
Carey pointed out that tho majority i
of the uccldents occur In the less con
gest od districts of the city where mo
toriels em to Imi nelzed with the
spu 1 mania. Few accident occur
in the business' district where traffic
is heavy and autolsts have to drive
slowly, ho ald.
Officer Thomas U. Crawford, lnve
tlnntor of accidents, Informed Chief
Ucinpsey that In nine out of ten no
cldunts In which children from 5 to 12
; ear old figured, the younster were
wholly or in part responsible for the
He issued ft warning to parent to
educiit their children to the tlangei
of tho road,
"Tell the motorist of Omaha," laid
Judge Wapplch "that the Jail door
are yawning; for them, eager to wal
low them up for a few day If they
get reckles at the wheel of their
"I am loltif to turn utrict vrj
utrtct and I hall mete out J ill term
right and left to automoblllst brought
hefm use on speeding and leokb-si
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M C. h,.ri it. n, bin a.k d.i!.r a t ll,. item., i atlr pUtf ,rm.
KMi l.nt of oiiuiln for 2l nri. dedj -f,, ,llt0 ), ,,,a r,ver stated
la'rt tiid.u iittfiin.ii ,u Ni.-boU ! u I,, tl,r be . f' r or ne ., '. thu
fiiiiii In ll d t r a l.iii,' ill.'i, ll'ji.w.
m,l fl.'ir!.'ll l.ltoi' 1,1 10l.lf.ft M
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Movpim-nt fr (!ily Iiiiihovp
iiiciit Jlut'kcil ly J ''" (ivic,
Diisinos, Social and WVl
I Omaha. Itrs I rani d M ire,
M.iiinaMolls, Minn., Dec, t. Muuie-
inpoll tomorrow slarts a wed; of Ju-
tensive, coiici-ntnited self Inspection,
! uniiie in history iiiunng all the score
'nf "Do soniethliis weeks" that have
lilin observed In various purls of the
I country iluiing the hint f vv years,
As a nal't of the plan fathered by
the MIiiiii apoll Journal, Mayor
(JeiirgR K. Leiicli, officially " t aside
I)i " i iiiber 3 to Ix citiiln r 3 as "Min
neapolis week," iilel within "i hours
I IVi civic, bushier., social. a nd vtelfare
I'tiiaiilzallons laid eiithllslaslically
jolulKcil thu;r siipport and had plan
li'iiilir way for their part In tho uf
! fair. Kvify oiiraiilzatlon from the
! civic and commerce association to the
i boy scouts will participate In "Miniie
: apolis week."
' To Hold .Many Meetings.
j Tlleie will III) llii.eliS of Iliei'tinH
I every das, ciiiinliuilliig in u clly-wide
I n;ass meeting m-xt Falunlay night,
i Steps lalien by tho U.1 organization
involved Indicate that. Ihreo groups of
! constructive icsnlls will xrow out of
j ".Minm iipiilis wei k." Tin y ni-c:
; 1, A better n i-i ua i ii I a ni'e with the
city, Us different parts and groups
j.inii llt concrete need of these part
.and group on the part of every Mia
1 nea polls citizen.
j '2. 'loser co opi ration among the dlf
f. rent, iieftlmis and group1:, through ft
J bitter nnicit,'Uiiliii;j of each othei'a
. needs and aims risiilllnr; In Uy; ellml
j nation of petty regional dispute nnd
'pulling at croiiH purposes.
IMrlli of New Npliit
3. Arid most Important ; A definite
mulct standing among all lis elib.iMin
of the present day needs of their city
us a whole and tho birth of a "Minne
apolis spirit," designed to bring about
their accomplishment through a con
crete program backed by tho entire
population. For instance, Minneapo
lis his been ijeeliliig for 20 years a
illy auditorium i.'omincustiruto of the
nerds of . town its aize. As a n-sult !
of the "Miiiu'ipiiii week" proclama
tions, plans art- already under way
even before the opening of the olTlclul
week, to make nn Immediate reality
of (he dream. In u few words the;
avowed purpose of the W organlza- J
lions participating In Minneapolis I
Week reads like Ibis:
Know your city; agree on the things
t needs, then g(J out and fight shoul
der to shoulder fo get them.
Pageant Raises Funds
tnv CA T '1 lVf 1
I0r WlU 1 Tail iViarKer
Neb., Dec. 2. fSneclal.V
l'nder the leadership of Mrs. F. W.
Ferguson, a pageant of early colonial
times was given here by more than
no children und adults a:i a benefit
for the I). A. K. chapter.
The chapter will erect a granite
monument In memory of two pioneer
men of Bhelton. August Meyer and
Kdwiird Oliver, who In 1SI17, during
an Indian uprising In the western
part of the state, sent their families
east for protection, while they re
mained at their posts, the exchange
station, to protect the horses used in
conveying the mail ulong the old
Mormon or California trail. .
The monument will serve also as u
marker for the old trail at this point.
Language Law Certain j
to Create Warm Fight
Lincoln, Dec. 2. (Special.) An nt
tempt to revise or repeal the language
bill ut the coming session of the legis
lature I looked upon as a reiialnty
Numerous candidate at the election
Were defeated, because they voted for
this bill and other rode Into cilice
through an understanding or, th part
of voter that they would tight to re
The attitude cf the moaning lit) an
administration toward the proposi
tion 1 causing speculation. In the
cum pals n It was openly rharged that
Pryans friends bad given out th
word In Herman communities thai ho
was aiialnst the law and would at
tempt to defeat it-
lirvaii s only answer to ihl charge
.I In the t'ftecl that It w not n
open limitt In th runp-tlgn, I'ecaiine
no mriiiion of the Uw nii-eiied In
Ciittntir W ill if
lKlfate at Mi'Ptiiijs
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! Catherine Force
to Wed A. E. F. Hero I
Miss Kiilherlne Fiiri', slsler of Mrs
William K. Dlek, tho s'ond Mrs.
Joliu Jacob Astor, Is now reported
engaged to MaJ. l.orlllard Kpencer, a
hern of tho A. K. F., who wa re
cently divorced. Homo tlmo ago Miss
I'Vrun' engagement to Henri liar
nlckell of New York wa announced,
but It 1 tn.w reported to havo been
Sniitlirioiiian Institution Funis!
Kemains of "Pipe SLrinc ;
Mouse"" in Kuiiis of I
Meta Vrrtlc. '
Wiisblngton, Dec. 2. Tho Smith
sonian Institution ha discovered that
ancient Indian who lived hundreds
of year ago In that part of tho went
which we now call Colorado were in
voternte pipe smoker.
Dr. J. Walker Fcwites, chief of this
bureau of American eilinolny of tho
insulation, has returned to Washing
ton after Huveml months of archae
ological Held work in tho Mesa Verde
National park, will reporl of a pre
hli'toiio ruin lo which ho ha given
tli(; name of 'i'jpu f-diiine hotl:-T" on
account of the largo number of to
bacco pipes found.
Congress passed u law miverul years
ago resi-rvliig the Mesa Verde park
from settlement becauso of the nu
merous cliff dwelling?! la lis canyon.
Sincu that lime nrchawIoKlHl havo
discovered that thvro aro us many
pueblo In fho open on lop of the
I mefc"i in the cliffs. In May of this
year Dr. Fcwke undertook jvork on
a inounu In llio tieigiiliornooa or ft
reservoir called Miiminu lake.
"The result of his excavation
were unexpected," suys tho Smlihson
lab Institution. "Out of this mound
has emerged ft rectangular building
about 70 feet square and one story
high, aocutately oriented to the canli
rial point, .with a circular tower for
merly 15 to 20 feet high, like a church
steeple, midway of tho western wall.
This tower Is mipposed to have been
fur observation, and as it Is very Im
portant for an Agricultural people to
determine the season of the year, it
was probably by watching tho sun as
it rise in the east or set in tho weut
that they determined tho time for
planting and other events.
"In the middle of this building there,
was found a circular room 20 feet
deep and about the same in diameter,
in which were found over a dozen
v inoacco pipes, numerous more
nives, pottery, idol and Other il
Pipe Shrino House.
"Pipe of this kind have never be
fore been found In the Jlesa Verde
National park, and as all the Indica
tions point to the belief that after the
lite of smoking they were thrown In-
the shrine tho ruins wero called
en this account the Plixj Shrino house.
"A few feet south of the (milding,
which was not a habitation, but rpe
rbillzed for cci'einonlals, there Is ft
. inure room or shrlna dedicated to
tb mountain lion, a, stone Image of
which was found surrounded by t.
tir w.,in mi. I nthrr strangely forme!
"Tha cemeterle of tba pub!r cf
the Mea Verde ara alttiated near tha
"Utheust corner, and whlla tha buri
al In them hae a rul been ra
moiid by vand'ila, Mieml Intermen't
w,-r f'.uml In the cemetery iivar the
fip Mu Ina h.Miw."
Oiu.tliii PIiV'ii i.Di TrlU
of Siffi rino; in it una
1h !!! I if H.'t ir i'..i,i tn-,.
in I I' iiH Ii wt.Urn in I Uu t.i'iiMi..;
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Needs Are Told
Military Lemhr of lTniteil
State Says Wc Owe Vm
tcrity Iifiicfit of Our
Lincoln. Dec. 2 "I'lilens we give
posterity tho benefit of our experience
wo aro not doing our duty," (!en.
.folia J, I'l'tslilng said In an mldres
nt a club meeting at which be wn a
guest. "Neither ure ue meeting our
ri spoi'sibllliy so long as we neglect
to inform oursilvrs on question of
national policy," he said. "Wc nre
too pruno to leave till last to our
legislator when we ought to bo tell
Ing tin-in what to voto for nnd why.
And we ought to have our eye open
to n lot of thing we were quick to
forget a oon a the war ended
bolshevlfiiii and the I. W, W., for In
"The, world vn never In a more
disturbed at.ute than It I today,
American are alwuya patriotic, of
course, but they are not alway alive
:J011N A. BWA.MJu.N', Pita;
to what 1 going on and thne l gnnt .
danger In Idling our liiteiest lnp!
and being caught ng-ilil n we werej
oiick. That Is why I mil Iwaprakltm j
our active suppoit for the armv bill i
of 130, rirciiiniici ibed, a it Is. by
th rvdui tloii of nppropi nition tiii
which il Ins I ii obect. Them-i
leductlon have bei n with the asm id '
of the regular iiiiny foici for no one
better nppriMi.it' the need for eeoll :
oiny and IhikIiiiks inlniiiilntnitloii "
ien. I'.i filing Indicated tho pro- i
lldlnlis of thu bill fon-sci-ll truiiillig ;
camp and ii reserve oi and said:!
"You may hear that mob Unhung
leads to mllliaiioin. Ila It Induced ;
mllitjirlMii Hi th" 4 0'K."00 men
ti. 'i I ned In the world War, t him ' w hoiu
ther I no uioin patriotic body? Tlnit j
cry of iilariii, lay fi lends. I'liiiie from ,
nn element which ha not ut h.'iut j
the things we all bind for. i
"Militarism In thi d' liioisacy i mi !
lniposslblltly " ' I
t Ifii. I'eitililng a!! luilMary tt.-ilit-
Ing a provided In camps of tins
country Is the finest training for cltl
Y.i iisbip. (I. I.iii;lit young no ii ills
(ipllne and self reypiet, he said, lie
c'teil the testlmoiiy of the pn-siil nt I
of Illinois university Hint cadet 1 1 h (ii j
ing had solved the dlscipliiic problem j
for the whole cadet b'jily a well iih
the studeuls llieiili-elies. .
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Aainple of material for your new J
Winter frocks nnd contswill be gladly .
st-tit If kind and color are speiilled, , I
Plain Talk Abon
Our Thanksgiving Day announcement of "No Further
Reductions on Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Juvenile
Clothing" during December, 1922; January and February,
1923, is the result of this organization's personal investiga
tion of market conditions.
That extremely low prices at
tract vast volume of business is
evidenced by the fact that the
Nebraska Clothing Co. has sold
in round numbers one-third
more Suits and Overcoats than
last year We knew that our
radical underpricing would
produce results and it did.
Furthermore, there are absolutely no surplus stocks of
good, dependable quality clothing in the wholesale markets
that can be conscientiously offered to you by us at any
price. This store never has sold and never will sell inferior
quality to make a price appeal. Our present prices are
based "on the lowest percentage of profit ever known in the
history of the clothing business and we will continue to
sell from our present stocks at present extremely low prices
while they last.
The iXvbraska's Suit anil Oirrcoats arc priced
tqdwjit JMHl to SL100 below the loirvt't
P!.JU finiilar quttliljt in store i
Anjtrica. We are filad to he so faeorahl
situated to serve you,
JJXo(rt7iv uuttrunUv that Xebrtnka's prices
on V. ijounp men's, hoys' anil juvenile
clothes are now at absolute In it rock and will
Cfjnjinue to In sold a priced today during the
to Show Drinking
hv Navv Students
OjM'ii lmoti'.'iitioii of Cliarpt's
Apaiiist Miilhliipiiit'ii at
Anny-.Navy l ootluill
Anii.ip.ihi. Mil,, )-p. ?The fnt
Tay of iimoliy by the naval board of
Investigation, appointed by ri.cie.
tnry Deuby lo Investigate thu lilleged
diinklng scandal and disgraref ill eoii
duit by iiiUlshipriien af'er the Army
Navy football giimii ut liol.-nli IpllIU
last Satoid iy, showed no testimony to
substantial.) Ilin ipnl tint any of
the midshipmen n. I.d In otlii r tb.iu a
j , i r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 in, inner
The board will n'convrrie again on
It developed that tin .idmlnlslrn
linn od'.clals at the I'nlt.'d Stile
tiavtl iitinliiny are viilu.illy on inn!
us the remit of tin- alleged mUcon
.1 in l of studeuls at th" naval ball on
the night of the football game.
Kear Admiral Henry I!. Wll.'on,
Hiipci int. in lent of the academy, was
the first witness to be called, lie
:WU. 1- 1IOI.Z.MAN, Tue..
testified that ba had dunt tiir
vision over arrangement for the tup
of the tniiishtpuieii to Philadelphia,
but stated be knew nothing of tlm re
ported dunking at the ball, ll nh-o
stated tll be urn tin ibba to iitteti'I
the ball Pud returned to Ar.nap"bs
Inimeihiitiiy after the game, owlig to
(lie lllnea of Mi. Wilson, lie Hill
It was the duly of any naval oillelal
liisent, whether an oilicer on duty
or not, to lepott any mi of ui'ii.p t
Aiisiieilug a question put by l'.sar
.'diiili'il Ashley II. l:ol. r'son, pro
siding olhei r of the cuui t, a to
whether nn olliii.il repot t Imd been
in. nle to ti . ii as rig mis the ronduct
of the iniiNhipiiieti, tlm naval neol
i my head u plled that the only for
mal iioll'ii.itloii on tho subject ritre
to him throiigli the secret, ny cf the
navy. On Hie oilier bind, bo slated,
he h.ol lecelved a iiiiiuber of lln
ottii i.it I'liiiimuiilcatloti. wiilteii and
oial, from person who ntl.-iidi d thr
bull ami w lin stall d tin i n wa nc.
. iiil.lnnei- nf inipinptr roiidm t by
I'air. Morinal 'IVinperalurrti
l'lnliittil for 1 hit Wnk
Wasliitigtoii, Dee. I Weather out
look for (lie wetlt beginnliig Monday
1'ppi.r Mlisl.islppl nnd lower M;
i.ouii valley. Kooky Mountain Otii.
plateau legion: tlenernlly fair aim
i.oi iinil temperature.
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