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x Wins Over
Former Star of Century Prom
enade to, Giye Up Profes-,
clonal Life for Apartment
For Two Here.
A cozy little apartment somewhere
in Omaha, with a kitchenette and a
phonograph and those cheerful pink
cretonne curtains will be the future
home of Mrs. Lewis H. Burgess,
star of "The Midnight Rounders"
atop the Century theater, and her
young Umaha husband.
At least that is the type of home
young Burgess (has in mind, and he
says Mrs. Burgess, formerly Rosie
Uuinn. rassing show beauty and
uroaaway lavorue, is in complete ac
cord with his idea.
The young couple, secretly mar
ried three months ago at St. Mary's
Eoiscooal church in New York, re
married Tuesday night Archbishop
Marty performed the ceremony,
which was a quiet affair, with only
the bridegroom's . family in attend
ance. ... ; . , ,
Vetr1ftv VAiltii, Rnroriict laiil
it was the quiet, domestic life lor
them from now on. '
Through With Stag.
"Mrs. Burgess will not return to
the stage," he announced in a voice
that carried conviction. "Her con
tract ended in October and she came
to Omaha just as we had planned."
But on the heels of this firm as
sertion comes a message from the
Shuber.ts in New York alluding to
a 10-year contract and a two-weeks'
honeymoon and a party on the well
known roof to welcome Mrs. Bur
ncss . back from the two-weeks'
honeymoon, , ' ,
The young husband read the mes
sage with interest, but there was
conviction in his eyes as well as his
voice when he declared, "Mrs. Bur
cess and I are quite agreed her
theatrical career shall end. There
is no 10-year contract -Heronly
contract is with me.''
"The affair is ended" - said Mrs.
Ward Burgess, who at this moment
entered the room. "The young neo
ple are married and will live just as
other young people live."
New York Will Mist Her.
; There was a finality in the yoke
of the senior Mrs. Burgess, who is
president of the Omaha Fine Arts
society, that left no room for doubt.
Thus have the ranks of the Cen
tury promenade again been depleted-
by the master mind of the matrimo
nial realm, Cupid.
The Century garden will still re
verberate to the, syncopated notes of
jazz music, but the lithe young per
son who danced and sang her way
into the hearts of pleasure-loving
New York will be missing.
She will be the mistress of a cozy
apartment somewhere in Omaha,
with a kitchenette and a phonograph
IT S. M, isr .Snnd Four
V fMT V WW WJ-" aak
Billion Next Year
.(Continued I'rom Fat Oae.)
them. The remainder will he paid,
the secretary thought, by early I
spring. v . . , I
Debt Will Be Reduced.
Mr. Houston predicted rapid re
duction in the gross ' national debt
through the coming vear, particular
ly the $2,350,000,000 "short term cer
tificates outstanding. ,i The. treasury
program, he added, vrtmld jresult in
reducing this below-? $2,000,000,000
and perhaps to $1,500,000,000.
By the end of thetfscal $ear1922,
Mr. Houston: declaic4 the treasury
should have redeemed. 'its entire
"floating debt" ; or rhe-t .short-term
certificates, When the Victory notes
maturing 4he next year would be?
come practically the "floating debt,"
and probably- be accepted in pay
ment of federal taxes.
Turning to the, demands of , agri
cultural interest for government
help, Mr. Houston said that "scarce
ly had a reduction in the cost of liv
ing manifested itself, when every
producer manifested resistance."
Keep Up Prices.
"Every producer is willing for the
products of every other producer to
decline, but protests the decline in
hi. own." he continued. "There is
much human nature in this, but not
much reasonableness. . ,
'The situation is the result mainly
of war and in no small measure the
failure of this - nation and nations
everywhere to date to devise better
arrangements for storage and .mar
keting of farm products. For these
things no one in particular is now
"In the circumstances, it seems to
some ' farmers that they are in the
way of being hit first, if not exclu
sively. They are naturally disturbed
and distressed and are seeking relief
measures, some of which are not
4ni m r ( ivhirti ar sui
-' People Must Remedy.
"The first impulse of many who
are searching for the way out is to
turn to the government and espe-
tiatij lu lite iicaauijr u uic auiv in
strumentality for full economic sal
vation, This disposition, well de
veloped before the1 war, was rein
forced during 'hostilities by practices
ofthe; government": which - became
necessary for the -successful prose
cution of the war and .the preserva
tion of national life. - ' '
"It is the ' same' disposition which
causes- resort tee the governtnertf for
all sorts of appronopriations. many
even of a purely local character.
"If there is a fault, and I think
there is, the blame , rests largely
with the oublicv whklv remains qui
escent while interested, groups are
clamorous. "" When, the- people reaU
Ize this fact" there wilP be a remedy
and not tinmen." .
Increased Freight, RateV,
For Potatoes Ig Refused
Washington, Oct 20. An increase
f from 1 to 2Vi cents per hundred
rounds on the rates on potatoes
moving from Wisconsin, v Minne
sota, and other states to points in
western trunk line, territory was
found not justified-. today by the in
terstate commerce -commission.
I.lehtinr Fixtures Graiulen Elcc
trio Co.l formerly Burgess-Grandca
Stage Star Who Prefers ;
Omaha to Gay Broadway
'a lfL v .'
f -Vv'-t ";:
Thu i. w nhntooranh ht Mrs.
Quinn of the Century roof in New
Those who know ner also oeciare
Sayg His Letter
Was From Women
Offer Similar to One. Received
By Harding arid Questioned
! 'As to Authenticity by
Chicaao. . Oct. 20. The letters
from France received by Senator Jo
seoh I. France of Maryland propos
ing a change in the organization of
the present league of nations were
from a woman and not" a mart,' the
senator said today. "The proposal
dealt chiefly with the desirability of
calling "an international convention
of friends of peace," her said.
pnatnr Vratiri hnwfupr. said the
offer was similar to those made to
Senator Harding, and that, although
the writer said she believed she was
M-nrMsintr the views of the French
people, the senator said, the French
government was in no way connected
with the proposals. '
"A rtictincrtiicheri woman writrr of
France made the offer," Senator
France said. "She is a member of
an organization which is working
quietly among the thinkers of her"
nation in order to form a body, in
connection with the United States,
which will give the subject nations
a definite chance for self-govern
ment, as soon as tney nave proved
themselves capable of it.,
"It does not seem to be generally
known in this country that the labor
mrtv nf flreat Britain and the work
ers of France are strongly opposed
to the league ot nation as at pres
ent constituted. Similar bodies in
ntlior FnmftMn nations endeavored
to have inserted-a' clause in the Ver-
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sanies treaty wnicrr wouio. give xne
ciiHiert nations a nosition- in relation
to the great power to which it be
longed analogous to that existing
between, the Philippine isianas ana
111V 1"VU wt-ua
Confession of Murder
(Contlnned From Face Oae.)
hovering over me," said Wanderer.
"He asked me if I couldn't see Ruth
and the baby there afoye me. Other
officers shook their fists under my
face. One stamped on my foot and
broke a. bone in it Another hit me
:n the nose until it bled. ,
"Hoffman repeatedly said to me:
'Carl, you know you shot your wife
and this stranger and that you paid
him to stage a holdup so it would
look like you had shot in self defense
and killed her accirentally. You
know you were tired of married life
and.: wanted to go back into the
"Finally Iwas all in, I wanted
rest, peace nd quiet. ,' VI thought
of the fake holdup idea and wove
my story around it. I confessed to
escape their bullyragging and vio
lence." . . j
Hit in Head. .
Under cross examinationby the
state, Wanderer said he did not re
member saying that he was making
the confession of his own free will
or saying he understood it could be
used against him.
In reply to questions from his at
torneys, Wanderer said he had been
hit in the head with a base ball,
while overseas and badly Jiurt and
that his head also had been injured
when he fell off a horse. . i
Questioner about the- two pistols
found at the cene of the shooting.
c-ich an army revolved, he 'said he
"had lied at ths coroner's inquest."
when he denied knowldege of the
granger's weapon. . He recognized
it as his cousin's, he .said, and "lied
to protect cousiu Ferd." , I
It was through tracing the owner
ship . of this pistol .that Wanderer
was arrested. His cousin said Wan
derer borrowed -it .several days be
fore them tirder.
Wanderer is expected to continue
his testimony tomorrow. . -
Shipbuilding FallTbff. "
New York. Oct 2a Shipbuilding,
m the United States, which led that
of England by 1,931,000 tons, of gross
tons, early this.-year, has fallen be
hind in the quarter ended Septem
ber 30, by 1.959,000 gross tons; ac
cording to figures made public by
Lloyd's register of shipping.
Lewis H. Bursess. formerly Rosie
u ner pest pwrograpn.
Republican Performance, Still
Safeguards Country, How
ever, Nominee Tells His
Auditors at Meeting.
Jackson, O:. Oct. 20. Democratic
"phrase - making" and republican
"performance" were contrasted by
Senator Harding in a speech here
inA't-a laiiflina the -nrnter.tive tariff
policy as an example of republican
"The truth 'is," he said, mat wun
all the progressive tongues and all
the literarw idealism of our OOOD-
nents, it is still the republican party,
not. only as to tann protection, dui
.. to sirsrv other Lrintl of nrotection.
which stands as the safeguard of
America. it is a simpie maner io
make phrases; it is much more dif-
f,V,,1t to nerform. hut it is on their
livv.k w W 1 -
respective records as phrase-makers
and as pertormers tnat tn- aemo
cratic forces of this campaign and
the republican party oppose each
other." " ,
Praises Steel Workers.
The republican nominee,, making
an afternoon speech at a political
barbecue, gave particular attention
to the iron and steel industry as it
has developed in this section of Ohio.
This industry, throughout the coun
try, he said, had given an illustra
tion of "the success which attends
,i nmKinatinn of the hands and
1 1 1 V. tvllli."".' -
brains of workers whose interests
are so bound, together in a common
cause that upon the part of all
there will be- profound realization
of the need" tot mutual considera
tion." : "
"i nn Jtlnctrii'tinn ftf the common
interest which- binds those engagefl
in that industry in public policv,
h nntinxerl ' .' T .iuith to cite the
truth that'.tbft. growth ana opportu
,1 buiiun - ...w - '
litical policy. - You' know that it is
a fact that fhe repuHican policy of
tariff protection, given to our nomc
industries, has been the safeguard
and stimulus of our; American iron
and steel production, .
Cmr.othetie-.'a)i T mav be with
our brothers in. foreign nations, we
stand tor a proper policy o -iroeri-can
protection, flexible, subject to re--:,.ofmot
' fnir to our consumers
and yet protecting American invest
ments and the interests end standard
of living of those American lapor
ers who do their part by giving us
100 per cent efficiency in their pro
ductive effort." y.
Election of Harding All
Over But Shouting, Taft bays
Chicago, Oct 20. "The election is
over. The people are just waiting
to go through the technical act of
voting," said former President Taft
today. "Senator Harding will be
elected by a large majority.
"Unless Harding is elected there
will be no league of nations. I ' Cox
were to be elected, there would be
a continual deadlock, just as there
was in the Wilson administration.
Personally, I was in favor -of the
league, and I was disappointed when
the president did not accept the
league with reservations." - -
McCann Gets Decision
Los Angeles, Oct.- 20. Billy Mc
Cann, lightweight of Cleveland, O.,
was awarded the referee's decision
over Young France of Los Angeles
at the Vernon arena here last night.
In the semi-windup Tommy O'Brien
of Los Angeles took the decision
lrom Chet Ncff of Seattle, The men
are lightweights. ... .
IhsMatfac fehvanjrthe iron and
in'4SctKr"'haa rested nnon a po
THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920.
Gox Calls Upon
Root to Retract
Democratic Nominee Denies
He Demands Document
"Just as Mr. v., Wilson
Bridgeport, Conn., Oct. 20. Gov
ernor Cox today sent a telegram
to Elihu Root asking him to "cor
rect" what the democratic candidate
declared was a "false" statement In
Mr. Root's address yesterday, re
garding the governor's position upon
the league of nations issue. The
governor denied Mr. Root's state
ment that he demands the league
"just as Mr. Wilson negotiated it,"
and called upon Mr. Root for a re
traction. Governor Cox restated his pro
posal to accept any. reservations
"helpful" to the league and contend
ed therefore, that Mr. Root had
i made a statement "which the rec
j ords show is false."
, The governor's telegram follows:
"Elihu Root, New York City:
I have before me, a quotation
from your address on the league
of nations delivered in New York
City, Oct. 19, which reads: 'Mr.
Cox declared that he will insist up
on the treaty just as Mr. Wilson ne
"I am addressing you most re
spectfully with recognition of your
integrity of purpose andvthe -signal
service which you have rendered as
a public man, mindful of the fact
that you may have fallen into error
through ignorance of the situation
owning to your absence from the
United States during part 7of the
"Your statement, however, is not
in keeping with the facts which vou
are assumed to know by perusal of
the daily papers. I have invariably
stated in my addresses and re-state
here, my whole-hearted . desire to
make the United States a member of
the league of nations and that, to
secure that consummation of the pur
pose of America when she .entered
the war, I will accept reserVatidns
that will .clarifyythat will be help
ful, that will reassure the American
people, and that as a matter of good
faith; will clearly state to our. asso
ciates in the league, that congress
alone has the right to declare war,
and that our constitution sets jtfp
limits in legislation or treaty making
beyond which we cannot go. I have
stated further that I wilj accept res
ervationsfrom any source which arc
offered in sincerety and with a dc
sire to be helpful. ?
"I have also stated that if I am
elected president my election can
be construed only as a mandate of
the American people; and that to
secure ratification of treaty r-d the
league I would sit down v,ih the
members of the United States senate;
I would confer with Mr. Wilson and
with you, Mr. Root, as well as with
Judge Taft and all others who have
a sincere purpose and whose service
in the past equips them especially
as advisers in this work. "
Takes Charitable View.-
"You know and know full well
that Senator Harding verv recently
said, 'I am not interested in clari
fication;1 I am interested in rejec
tion. As I have stated at the begin
ning, I am placing a charitable con
struction upon your statement, that
perhaps your partisanship has pre
vented your reading my address and
your prejudice has prevrnted you
from realizing, the destructionist at
titude of. your own candidate, but
you t have made; a statement con
cerning me which the "records show
is false and I firmly but respect
fully call upon you to correct this
statement at once.
"Mr. Root, you have arrived at
honorable station in life. Many peo
ple trust you; you have no rig.it to
deceive them. They want the truth
in this campaign. Your conscience
will tell you that dutv to it -should
f-be superior to duty to ycur'nar'fy
klx (Signed) '-- "JAMES MCOX."
Three Trainmen Killed
In Crash at Roanoke, Va.
" Roanoke, Va., Oct 20. Three
trainmen were killed, five others in
jured and five or six passengers
shaken up in a head-on collision be
tween two Norfolk & Western pas
senger trains early today at Rural
Retreat, Va., according to an official
announcement at the railway head
quarters here today. The trains
met on a siding. ' '
$1 Hoosier Kitchen
Cabinet Club Plan
Starts Saturday at
Uriion Out fitting Co.
Women Who Have Longed
to Own This Labor Sav- .
ing Cabinet Now ..
Beautiful "Hoosier" Will
Be Given Away Free
Friday, Oct. 29. '
Hundreds of women in this
vicinity will no doubt welcome
this big Sale and Demonstration
of Nationally Advertised Hoosier
Kitchen Cabinets beginning next
Saturday at the Union Outfit
It is sn opportunity for every
woman to own one of these won
derful cabinets by taking advan
tage of the $1 Hoosier Club Plan
during this Special Sale. More
MIHII TTV VI I HVUICII J1UYV o
joy the convenience of this cabi-1
netwmcn places everything at
your finger's tip. It saves many
step and makes your kitchen
work s pleasure.
.- The Union , Outfitting' Com
pany, located outside of the high
rent district, never considers" any
transaction complete until the
customer is thoroughly satisfied.
Big Profit Made
In Army Goods
Sale Is Report
War Department Admits h
regularities Through Dis
posal of Surplus : Stocks
Purchased for A. E. F ,
Chlcaco Tribune-Omaha Bee leased Wire.
Washington. Oct. 20. Admission
was made by the War department to
day that Some irregularities have oc
curred through the sale byhe gov
ernment of surplus property on
hand at the close of the war. The
admission was made in connection
with a statement following disclos
ures in New York that government
profiteers were reaping harvests
through army sales, particularly in
On the heels of the department's
admission that there had been some
irregularities due to the enormity of
the business, came other charges
that private dealers who had obtain
ed vast supplies of army candy at
the rate of o and 10 cents a pound,
were reaping enormous profits
through sale of the candy at 80
cents and $1 a pound.
Profiteering in New York, it is
declared, has been made possible to
favor dealers, who purchased sur
plus army stocks at ridiculously low
figures and sell them at tremendous
advances, the profits in some cases
being reported as high as 1,000 per
cent One case cited is that of a
concern which purchased 300,000
raincoats from the government at
25 cents each and -resold them to a
chain of raincoat stores at 10 times
that amount or $2.50 each, thus mak
ing a profit of $675,000 or 900 per
cent on the investment.
Another incident called to the
War department's attention was the
purchase by the same concern of 1,
000,000 yards of olive drab shirt
ing at a loss to the government from
12 to 17 cents a yard, or from $120,-
000 to $170,000 on the lot.
$2,000,000 Motion '
1 Picture Corporation
: To Open Offices Here
Omaha is to. be , the -headquarters
of a $2,000,000 motion, picture cor
poration, with offices in the First
National Bank building.
Articles of incorporation fori the
proposed concern, were (filed with
the secretary of state Tuesday by
the Hostettler Amusement company.
The Hostettler Am"sement com
pany has been in operation for six
years, owning and controling a chain
of l7- motion picture houses in
Lincoln, Hastings, Norfolk, Neb.,
and Sioux City, Waterloo, Cedar
Rapids, Marshalltown and Clinton,
The nartnerchin roncicfinor of
. jonn jc. nosteiuer, president;
James O. Hostettler, vice president;
and Elmer J. Sich as secretary-treasurer,
became too large to operate on
a partnership basis. '
The articles of incorporation ask
for corporate power to issue and
sell $250,000 in common stock, most
of which will be sold to those al
ready interested financially in the
company, according to John Hostet
tler. Repatriated- Russian
Kiddies in Finland
Riga, Oct. 20. (By The Associ
ated Press.) Preliminary,, arrange
ments have been" made for the re
turn to Russia of the 781 Russian
children who were taken from Vladi
vostok by the American Rett Cross
and brought to Europe by way of
the Panama canal, according to Col.
E. W. Ryan of the American Red
Cross, who has just1 returned to this
city from Helsingfors,. ' :'.
The steamer bringing, the children
to Europe arrivedra-Finnishfort
on Qcfober 13 and" the childrtrfare ;
now begji". housed at Hallil6fi'ear -Viborg.
Fifty of the little Russians are
ready for repatriation and will he
taken across the frontier at Terijoki
as soon ..as the bolsheviki send a
commission to receive them. Others
will be taken to the frontier as soon
as soviet agents give proof that they
have located the children's relatives,
who will receive them. .
A floating dry dock, designed for
handling seaplanes, has been pat
ented in England. : .
Feature for Thursday, October 21 - x
This vast assortment of skirts is without question the most won
derful selection ever shown by us. I Each and every one is
of Haas Brothers standard quality.
Doors Open tt 9 A. M. .
" NONE SOLD TO DEALERS
Rights reserved to limit quantity.
2d Floor Brown Block
' Tak Elovator
Two-Bit Haircut and
10-Cent Shave Appear
. Again in Los Angeles
Los 'Angeles. Oct 20. The
L25-cent hair cut has reappeared
It had been absent for some
time, while those costing 35 and
50 cents took its place.
Itajeappearance was noted only
in a few of those shops which had
bee charging higher prices, but,
there it was predicted it soon
would become general again.
With it reappeared the 15-cent
Forced on People,
Republicans Compelled Issue
Into Campaign for Lack of
More Genuine Subject,
. .... Nebraskan Declares.
- New York, Oct. 20. Senator Gil
bert M. Hitchcock of Nebraska, who
represented the administration in
urging ratification of the treaty of
Versailles on the floor of the sen
ate, discussed the league of nations
before' the Cox-Roosevelt campaign
committee of Columbia university.
Addressing a large audience in the
college gymnasium, he said that the
league became the issue of the pres
ent campaign because the republi
cans forced it on 'the public for
lack pf a more genuine subject of
"The dinner pail," he said, "has
never been so full as it is now, nor
the commercial business of the coun
try so. prosperous as it has been for
several years past." This, he said,
eliminated former issues of the "full
dinner pail" and the tariff.
"Republicans, knowing these is
sues are dead, had to put them in
cold"6torage," he declared.
The league of nations, Senator
Hitchcock asserted, is nothing more
than a promise among nations to do
things which conduce to peace rath
er than to war.
"There is no such thing as la na
tion being out-vote,d in .the league,"
he declared. "Its fine features will
do away with secret treaties and
gradually accomplish the disarma
ment of the world." J- ,
i He denied that articler 10 would
obligate Americans to fight at the
bidding of other nations, saying that
the article "actually originated in
this country at the time the Monroe
doctrine was drafted."
Any Woman can Dye now
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Sale of Skirts
. .., . .
including hundreds of Bockbans
finest all-wool plaid.
Mallinson's navy vbfue and ; new
fall Whippoorwiir silk. '
Previously these skirts have sold
for $20 to $25 Thursday, your
choice, at , .
16th and Douglas Sts. - '
to 24 Floor. . j ,
In League Talk
Republican Leader Ini Fight
On Pact Likens Action. of
President to Those of ,
Third Napoleon. .
Newark, N. J... Oct 2Q -Senator
Henrv Cabot Lodzc." Massachusetts.
addressing a , mass meeting here
last rnight. attacked Wilson , as, an
autocrat, declaring his acts are
muse vk a iiiiiu iiavjyuii. . '
'fr. Wilson has throughout his
administration steadily sought to
usurp the functions of the legislative
branch" the senator said. i. "He tiied
to make a governmen: .of one man.
ine country is conscwus vi nun at
tempt and intends, to bring it to
an end. . .
"We are familiar with one example
of his autocratic rule. Under , the
constitution the president has the
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sole right tQ negoijate and HraW
treaties, but no treaty can becoms
the law of the land except by a twos
thirds. vote iOf the Senate. Jt wsl
impossible for Mr. Wilson to secure
a league of nations without the con- ,
sent of the 'senate "His plan was
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cimrtifl. ne arnica ia coiiuci kiiv
league by attaching it to tne treaty. ;
senator Jougc auatucu iuc mem
ods of the president in conducting
negotiations with foreign countries
through his personal sgents, saying:
"He sent men like John Lind and
Tr.ii.-. n-i,.-,r! 1fat tn Mexico. al'
tVlllldlll wajnu v ' .
though he had ambassadors, appoint
ed by himself. In. Europe W$. am
bassadors played a srery small part ,
in negotiations betwen our coilfitry
and the countries to wKVlr they were
accredited. He negotiated through
his " personal ' agents like ' Housej ' j
Creel, Herron and some other, This .
is the method of the autocrat"
"Let me sav -when I 'refer to the
views of Mr. Wilson I refer to those '
of Mr. Cox," said the senator; "and
it saves time -not to have to say it ;
every time. Cox is heir to the Vl
son policies.' i - i -.
" - ' ; ' '
JVn English, scientist has brought''
r a eVctrical orocess for cost
ing iron or steel with lead. " "
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