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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1920)
' ' THEpBKE; OMAHA, E'KlUAy, UUiUBEK jy, 'igau.
Woman Denies She
. ppiecatei Oil Fraud
Americanism to "
Wm Next Tuesday
' Hays Declares
No failure Under Leadership
Of Harding and Coolidge,
Republican National A
Chairman Says. . , , "
BY WILL H. HAYS. v
KepUbtleaa Notional Chairman. --
New York, Oct. 28. Drop Sunday
and there are three mgit working
day of this campaign. So far as
the republicans of the country are
, concerned, the three day's will be as
full of enthusiasm as of work.
The spur of the endeavors ever is
present Our candidates are men
who inspire effort in their hehalf,
not only because they are the. kind
of men that tjiey are; but because
of the high Americanism' which they
represent ( - t V
Under certain" leaders iheja can be
no failure, and there is, no failure
this yearv Thl leadership of Warren
G. Harding and Calvin, Coolie ap
peals to men and women voters of
the United .States not only to the
republicans, but to ' thousands of
others whose creed, like that' of the
, republicans, is Ameticanismi .
From the very beginning of the
present administration, in Washirig
.1 i t. - .L: j
fhV n Vi Vf rl aZ ili H calculated to' defraud in the
IVtrhee haPve,tbeef 'hit &SZ Rle of approximately ?7S0,000 worth
,nA aa:.. u 1 of oil stock.
have been high sounding words and
elegant diction in plenty, but be
yond this, little or nothing to appeal
E. I T- . a
Mrs. Katherine M. Stanton.
New York, an oil broker, who
pleaded not guilty in the United
States district court to an indictment
chartrinor her with uslnir the mails
to defraud in the coTiduct of the sev
eral oil companies whose Cirection
has' been in her hands since the death
of- her husband. It is charged she
disseminated matter through the
to the imagination or to the hearts
of the red blooded Americans who
Save world-wide sympathies and the
willingness to help all peoplesin
distress, but who feel that their firs?
duty is to their own country and to
their own countrymen.
Extravagance, wastefulness and a
disregard for -the principles of eco
nomics have marked e,very step of the
. way of the democratic administra
tion of the nation's affairs. The
people are determined to put a stop
' to something which ' is worse than
prodigality. .The only way to put
a stop to tit is to put in .authority
those who will put a stop to it.
No republican who . has, so to
speak, taken thought of the morrow,
has any doubt as to the outcome on
next Tuesday. Stalwart American
ism always has won aifd stalwart
A mrricanism is to win again.
FarinW Union Head ,
Says Corn Burning
, No New Procedure
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 28. burning
corrkas a substitute for coal is not a
new procedure for Nebraska farmers,
according to C. H. Gustafson, presi
dent of the " Nebraska Farmers'
union. Reports reaching Mr. GuV
tafsotr from many parts of the state
indicate that the farmers are serious
ly considering the using of corn this
.- year as a substitute for the ,high
priced coal. .
"Many farmers have been forced
to sell unshelled corn at 48 cents a
bushel," Mr. Gustafson said. -.'Assuming
that new corn weighs 70
pounds to the bushel, it is readily
understood why it is cheaper to burn
grain as fuel in preference to coal
that costs at Jeasf$17 a ton," he said.
In the early history of the state it
was a common practice among the
farmers to burn coal as fuel, Mr.
Gustafson said. In recent years,
however, the price of cen has not
justified, the farmers in such af prac
tice. Mr. Gustafson is of the opinion
that farmers of the state have not
, used corn as fuel sin.ee 1906 when
the corn crop was even larger than
.this year's estimated yield of ,251,-
' ' . - . s
Yokohama Sillk Exchange ' !
Closed as Prices Decline
c Tokio, Oct. 28. (By-TheTAssoci-,
ated Press.) The Yokohama silk'
exchange was closed yesterday vheii
prices dropped below the minimumV
fixt hv the hllvinc svnriirato Th
official of the exchanpe are in rnj-)J
sulfation with the government re
The general depression in the silk
industry is continuing.
Contractor Put Out of
Work by Trade Trust
New , York, Oct. 28. Jacob
Fradiis, a general contractor, today
told the joint legislative committee
investigating the "building trust"
that William P. Brindell, president
of the building trades council, had
"put him out of business after l.e
had refused "to produce $25,000" in
order that he might retain his labor
and complete the job.
Fradus also testified 4ie had paid
Brindell $1,000 in $100 bills for a job
and a working agreement with the
council. v .
II. G. Wells DemeHIe Had
Talk Wilh. Leader of Reds
London, Oct. 28. If. G. Wells', the
author,' whose name was rcffrYtd
to by Secretary of State Colby in
reference to the visit of Washing
ton D. Vanderlip to Rdssiai has .is
sued a formal statement ta the press
denvins the- correctness of reports
made by Evan E. Young, UnitedJ
States commissioner fr the Ualtic
provinces, stationed at Riga, con
cerning conversations which" Wells
was reported to have had ' with
Nikolai Lenine about Yanderlip's
proposal. Secretary Colby's state
ment, issued October 26, said the
Young report stated that Lenine had
informed Mr. Wells that Yarider
lip had claimed to represent ' Sen
ator Harding, Senator Harding in
a statement .denied , knowledge of
ihat Sprinkle of Sugar
over yourx cereal dish
is. expensive and it is
a needless expense.
Try the rich flavpr of
A blend of WKeaVand malt -ed
bariey rich in its own
Grapo-Nuts requires no sugar
feature of its gen
eral lisefulhess t
At Grocers -,L
Made by Postum Cereal Cojnc
1 Battle Creek(Mkh.
DIAMOND DYE OLD .
FADED DRAPERIES, '
Each package of "Diamond Dyes"
contains directions so simple that
any" woman can diamond-dye old,
faded garments, chair , and -xouch :
coverings, portieres, everything,
whether wool, silk, li&en,' cotton or
mixed goods, new, rich, fadeless j
colors. , i
Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind (then perfect results are guar
anteed. Druggist has Diamond Dyes
Lolor Card to help you select shade
desired. ... . - ' .
Save on Groceries
at the '-'"
Union Outfitting Co.
Dl Monte Jam Delicious
Blackberry and Cherry pure
fruit jams, here, at OQ
a iar OJC
Brand Milk, can...
Argo Gloss Starch, T
the Mb. pkg. C
Bonne Bouche Luncheon Sar
dines, packed in pure 1r
salad oil, a can. . . . IwC
Post , Toasties, a nev
shipment, at, a pkg.
Mazola Oil,, for -Salad cook
ing and baking, full PO .
quart cans C
Cream of Wheat an ideal
breakfast food, a big Ag
package, at , 4i"C
: Bring Your Shopping Bag to
' V. Carry These ,
We can help you stretch the reach x
of "Old Man Dollar" when you' put
him on the trail of coal.
There is no need to pay fancy
prices when you can secure
Lump, Egg, Nut
Lump -vN u t
Most heat units per, pound. Most
pounds per . dollar.1 Thoroughly
screened. Delivered promptly by
courteous arivers and Yell-0 Wag
ons pr Trucks. '
We invite your order. ' ,
Sunderland Brothers Co.
Main Office Entire Tkird Floor, Keeliae Buildi
- Serentfwith and Harna Streets.
(The most expensive thing
n the world 1 ill health.
The greatest single 'cause
of ill health is poor teeth".
It is false v economy to
neglect your teeth by
staying away from the
dentist. Frequent Visits!
, to "your dentjst arex sure
to pay large health divi
dends. s .
DR. G. D. SHIPHERD.
Vice Trei. & Gen. Mgr.
Put the same confidence in
your dentist that you, have in
your family, physician land see
him often. : -
Bailey r Dental Company
Dr. E, Vi. Bailer, President
704-14 City National Bank Bid?. 1(
Phones: Dooglas 8420, Dosflas 3421
MADE to ORDER
Ah riou ncfemeht
In line with the lower rdarket
whichenables us to buf ljiaterial
t mpch lower figqres than sixty
days ago,; it gives us- pleasure to
.grant you this reduction and we
a c cor d i n g 1 yqu 6 1 e , you on 1 our
complete stock, staples included
viz: : 'v
ouit and Extra
OTE TOR THESE THREE
WM. J. HISIOP
ot McCgu Invtitment Co.
ot Allen-Reynolda Coal Co.
MAX I. WALKER
ot M L Walktr Co.
OUR PLATFORM W art In favor
ot tha strictest aeonomy consistent
with tha aafo manairmnt ot our
School System: wa belteva in squara
deal for all parts of th city and tha
elimination of craft and favoritism.
- . and Upward ' 'Y
This means a suit with an fextra '
pairof trousers for the price of
the suit alone.
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v Overcoats, too, at Record Cuts
209-211 So. 15th St. ; . , ;
fSE -fiEK WANT ADS THEY BRING RESULTS:
. From the tbortd to Uott .
Around ButterRut Coffee-is ?woven a fair-like tale of romance.
Grown in some faraway tropical country, carefullv cultivated Iry
dusl natives, it is picked at tKe right time, dried -ana Hulled. 'Still
green, it is carried from the inland to the boats, by donkeys, in some
countries, and ox-carts in others. From there it is shipped across' the
seato the north and arrives in our great teftninals of New Orleans or
New York. Fast freight brings the Gbffecj to Omaha," where we in
turn roast, grind arid pack it, and it soon reaches our ' table, a pot
f 11.. 1 rr .1 it . . n " , - , e r r
o delicious real oftee with all its -
Butter-tlut, e Coffee De licious.
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Paxton & Gallagher Co.
if I :
H. R. Bowen Co.
16TH AT HOWARD
You Shop at
- Oontinuinp; our regular pol
icy of assisting Ouiahans to
ave, we again quote several
items on which there is a
material saving to be had if
they be purchased at Bowens:
7 Another Brekfit Special '
3 pkg only
large aice can
2 cans only
Walter Baker's .
' Baking Chocolkte
Haakina Herd Water
per bar, only
3 bare to a customer .
- , 6-lb. Jewel 1 A
vcl'I plated, 6-ft. extension
H. R BoWen' Special
, well made, etrong handled
'" well finished
Fumed Qak Rockers
4n ideal rocker for use in any
room.' Specially priced, at
All. quarter-sawed oak, heavy
Colonial design, size 26x45.
This is an exceptional table at
an exceptionally low price, so
avail yourself of this oppor
tunity to get a high grade
table at small cost.
Simmon's Wood Cribs
Drop side; can be had $n
ivory, white enamel or ma
hogany finishes, size 27x54;
priced at. only
Quarter-sawed oak plank top,
buffets, 42-inch top, spacious
'rawer room, mirror back,
'5vv Colonial design; priced
to your shopping advantage
16th anch-Ho ward Sts.
Supply Your Needs
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