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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1922)
DenOScd Chinese Frisco Mayor Again
i.... l t, Recioicnt of Honor
Boy Emporer' Is
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Wed in Splendor
llsuan Tuns Sees Heautifu
IJrid First Time at
Vie Ciristmas SioreforGvcrtBody
THE SUNDAY HEE: OMAHA, DECEMBER
JT-Tm I IT-
I'ekin, Dec. 2,-HlJy A. l. The
wHdlne of lliiiua TiitiK, the ITyrar
tiitl arposed emperor of China, was
rpahrste1 early this morning with nit
tli pomp and cerrinony (if Iniprriul
days. The former emperor' brlile wan
ths l'rincru Ko L'liln Hi.
Ilunn Tung, tlm ilrpuio'il Imy em
pcror of China, whose iiiuitIukc
muioijni'eil, Ii.ih rntiriul to rt-nMo In
thti indent pal.ire of tho Korlilild'.Mi
('ily since he ntxliriitpd with the Mini).
luhrm-rit nf the (.'hliipse republic. He
una e'lucntol iinuYr hii KiikIIkIi tutor
nri'l in ileoi'illieil tut a bright young
imin ueHplte the iIkII RcclUKlon to
which he him been ulJecteil. He re
ceives n yi-nrly ullovtiince from the
irpuMIc with the rltfht to mulntnln
a royiil eNtiiMlslinierit In keeping with
the glory of the old I'hlnene em per
uri. Klnr l!ll lie line been prnet!
rally a prisoner within tho Imperlnl
pret lnrt, emerKlriK only once, In 1917
for a few hourx, when Chrmg llmm
Bttempled to execute n roup d' etat
by sln enthroning the boy emperor.
The I'rlnreii Kuo Chin HI, bride of
Ji formr emperor, In n daughter of
t rlnoe Kuo Chin HI. oho of the Mn
chii rourt dignitaries, fchc In do
acrlbed n pretty, but her hunbHtid'i
(1rt Right of her beauty wim rexerved
for the Unveiling ceremony of the
inHrrlage, whlrh wrh to begin early
Krlduy end continue through several
day of fentlvlty.
Scene of Splendor.
feliin, Kec. 2. (Hy A. I'.VTlsuHn
Tunc, "the lioy" emperor of Chlnn,
(hi week wa the oUIcIhI guest of the
nation which once he eemed des
lined to rul". 1'reMdent I'l Yuan.
Hung. exprewilng tho bent wlNhe of
the republic, cent elaborate presents
to the Forbidden City fo the deposed
MHnchu dynasty. There oldler of
the republic paced an guard of honor.
The master of ceremonle of the pre
Ident' palace was Instructed to re.
port to the Forbidden City to asulat In
the ceremonle, which LI Yunn Hung
expected to attend.
-For the royal nuptlala, the For
bidden City wa transformed Into a
scone of oriental aplendor unerpjaled
Mince the day of the dowager empress
Imperial yellow, the traditional color
of the dragon throne, wa conspicuous
everywhere In the day time, while at
night myriad of lantern furnihed
Ernie Holmes Will Again
Serve Free Xmas Dinner
Krnle Holme, proprietor of the
Holme billiard hall, 1 going
to erv another free Chrlatma dinner
thla year for unfortunate Omaha men,
women and children. Dinner will be
served between 11 nJ 3. The menu
announced i roast -beef and roast
pork, tewed tomatoes, mashed po
tatoes, ooffee, bread, fruit and nut.
There will be after dinner cigar and
clgaret for the- men. Father Flana-
Kan' Boy' band will play and Mayor
Dahlman and the city commissioner
have promised to look In and say a
few words. Eugene Holmes, son of
the proprietor, will head a group of
his school fellow a waiter. Itat
year 1.017 men, women and children
were fed at the Holme dinner.
"Eat all you want, but don't waste
anything, and when you have fin
ished, make room for those who are
waiting," ia the only request Mr.
Holme will make of his gueat.
Radio Announces Opening
of World Live Stock Show
Chicago, Dec. 2. Radio massage
announced the opening today of the
L'3d annual international livestock
ahow at the Union Stock yards where
more than 10,000 head of blooded cat
tle, horses, sheep and swine will be
Judged for honors during the week's
Stockmen from all part of the
Cnlted State and Canada, with a
sprinkling of foreign visitor, were
present. Among tho former were
stock raiser who have exhibited In
Nineteen states, the largest number
ever entered, have sent non-collegiate
trams to compete In the stock Judg
ing contests. The junior teams rep
resented among others, the follow
ing: Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Colo
rado and I'tah.
Work Hard, Says Woman, 105
Wichita. Kan.. Dec. 1 If "U
would live long, work and work hard.
This li the tip of Mrs. Josle Morse,
who celebrated her lUSth birthday
recently, Is pasnlut along to persis
tent Inquiries, when questioned as
to how she doe It. She said she
was horn In October. 1S17. in New
"Women nowaday don't work
like they used to, and many don't
know what woiit is." she anwrtrd.
Mayor oJamuKpk, Jr
James Jtolph, jr., mayor of flan
Francisco, put on all his foreign dec
otutlons when he whs decorated again
this time by Consul Cenerul Filed
of Italy, who pinned on him the Order
of the Crown.
. 2 Others Fined
Two Drivers (et 10 Days
Kadi; On Accused of
J. Lenovlch, 2C05 Woolworth avenue,
wa sentenced to 10 days In Jail by
Judge Wapplch In Central police court
on charges of reckless driving while
Intoxicated. Officers testified ho was
traveling 42 miles an hour.
William Adams, 410 North Four-
teenth street, who was motoring 35
miles an hour, was sentenced to 10
days In Jail also.
Lenovlch was taken to the county
Jail to serve his term. Adorns was
kept at the city Jail as a trusty.
Jt. J. Kknnky, 2735 North Sixty-
fifth street, and F. M. Adams, whose
real name police allege Is Arnold, 820
South Twenty-ninth street, salesmen
for the Thomas Cusack company,
were arrested at Twentieth and
Leavenworth streets Friday night for
drunk and reckless driving. Ukanky
was, at the wheel.
Judge Wapplch gave Kkanky a
choice of 20 days In Jail or a 20 tine,
and Adams, 15 days or $15. They
Linking of Great Lakes
and Mississippi Ordered
La Salle, HI., Dec. 2. (By A, P.)
Standing In a rain-soaked corn field
under the shadow of Starved Rock,
on the Illinois river, Governor tirnall
yesterday gave the order to proceed
with construction of the connecting
link between the Great Lakes and the
Ha approved the plans for the five
great locks, two of them with a
greater lift than any lock in the
Panama canal, which will raise and
lower tugs and barges a total of 123
feet in the 60 miles between La
Salles end Lock port.
The governor's decision today In
volves the expenditure of 119,000,000
In addition to the million which nas
already been spent on the big lock
at Bell's Island. The Bell's Island
lock, which was Inspected by the gov
ernor yesterday, Is 95 per cent com
Teachers Aid in Selection
of Tech High Equipment
The teachers committee of the
board of education has started a se
ries of conferences with Superintend
ent J. H. Beverldge to select the equip
ment for the new Omaha Technical
Some of the department to be
equipped are press, linotype, sheet
metal, radio, telegraph, mechanical.
ofllce training, carpentry, laundry, art,
music, sewing, cafeteria, swimming
pool and gymnasium.
School otllclals hope to have the
new schiwa ready Tor occupancy next
Man Fined $" and (!ust4
for (f'rttiug Hit I'V Audi
'rowler Hreak Into Home
for Thanksgiving Goose
A proItr broke Into the home of
ime ItiUotte, 3C Seward street.
throuch the re.tr door lit night and
ransacked the house. I Hit thtf only
" hv work! hard th greater thing Writ aeemej l oppe u to in
.rt of my life, ard 1 cn still make j looter's holiday mood of th
om of th younger wmuen stretch , leftover TtmnksgH lr me
iheiiiselv l it to kp even with ' cor ting t Hii!otte n-ix.rl tn police.
$),000,000 Liquor Hail.
Un t ram-lMO. Ixw. S Ntn nut-i
hn MUr In bo l "l . h-., Kemuore, . Iv J For "fi-iung I
bn dH;t4 'rrl cuh lii;.il' l an Mtoin.4.it. W lllwm Uf
lh U 11 month t ' re'ea t'tt k fined I nd e. hy Mor
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12:20 to 12:50
in which everyone will be interested, fi
WALTER W. HEAD
President of the Omaha National bank,
will speak. He has chosen as u subject his
trip abroad. There is no admission charge.
Auditorium Fifth f'lr.
Co-operating with Corn Products Refin
ing Company, makers of Karo, Argo,
Mazola. Classes with lecture and cooking
conducted twice daily, from
December 5 to 15,
10 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to i p. m.
First program Tuesday, December 5, at
Monday, December 11, will be given
over to a special health lecture for the
Auditorium Fifth Floor.
After -Thanksgiving Sale of
Frocks for Holiday Wear
Always an Appropriate Gift
$2500 $3950 $59
One of the greatest offerings of the season, not only because of their remarkably low pricing, but because
the dresses themselves arc . ' , -
These gloves are exclusive
made in France of the
A most serviceable glove in
the two-clasp style. The sea
son's most favored colors, em
broidered in self or contrasting
Priced $2.65 and. up
with Burgess-Nash and are
finest quality French kid.
All the wnnted shades: black,
dark brown, beaver, mode and
grey, embroidered in contrast
so exceptional in quality
so new in the mode
so decidedly out-ot -the usual
so uncommonly smart
Woolens, silks and velvetr offered -at the very beginning of winter festivities when fall apparel can no
'longer be worn with assurance. ' y . '
,., . , 'BurgeM-Naih Drew Shop Third Floor
New French Gauntlets
The name doesn't describe these beautiful gloves, the work of
several of the foremost French glove manufacturers. Made with
an extra long top that is lined with a contrasting color. A navy
blue glove hag soft grey; brown an attractive mode, and the black
a delicate pearl.
Burfesf-Naih Glove Shop Main Floor
The Housewife Will Welcome
For the Family
Attractively lace trimmed
Guest room sets of towels
with wash cloths to match.
$1.00 to $2.95
Made of Irish linen in beau
tiful designs. Neatly hem
Six for $3.75
These make most useful gifts,
sizes 18x54 inches.
3 in a box; the edges are
stitched in blue or pink.
The.se are Oriental In design,
rich in color. Size 26x44 inches.
Things Novel and Original from
Our Christmas Gift Shop
Gifts for the home that last almost a lifetime useful
gifts such are the gifts that make Christmas a memorable
event and the giver long, remembered. These need not
be expensive, a vase or bowl of beautiful design, an oddly
shaped candlestick or piece of tapestry, these and many
others make individual gifts.
; Lamps Unique Beautiful
Children's Blankets, Each $1.00
Pink or blue with nursery designs. Good heavy quality.
BuriM-Nt List 5hp Aacoad t'hwr
Dad, down to the most
important member of the
household, the Baby, will ap
preciate finding a Kodak on
The Kodak Junior is auto
graphic, so that you may
note the date and incident
when taking the picture. It
works with ease and sim
plicity. The prices range
$12.00 to $27.50
Complete assort menu
range in price front
Bui i-Ntll Mum fmmr
New and most attractive are
these bridge and piano lamps of
gold, mahogany or polychrome,
the silk shades are in a variety
of plain colors or color combina
tions. Complete, $19.75.
Reading lamps have silk shades
of gold, mulberry, blue and rose,
figured silks and novelty color
ings. The standards are of
carved mahogany. Specially
priced complete, $12.79.
Candles for Yuletide
For centuries candles have been associated with Chriolmas and the
holiday season. Their cheery sputter adds much to the festivity of
Our large and complete stock offers all varieties, from the littlest
to those beautifully decorated. All colors.
Priced from 5c up
BurfuM-Nath Gilt Shop Fourth Floor
Glove Silk Underwear Special
From our large and complete stock of silk undergarments we have selected those that hae
become soiled and mussed from handling. Theso are in no way damaged, but cannot be sold at
regular pricing. All greatly reduced, some less than half the original price. Garments of all de
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Two Special Numbers
To Help Solve the Christmas Problem
Lovely Silks and Woolens
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ba'ti and lunifini rcWa. 33 and SS
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