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Bay State Solon Informs
Friends That G. 0. P.
Nebraska Senator Fncing the
Worst Fight. In Political
Career This Fall
WAHIUNOTjON, Oct. U. Tho
pendulum which two yrnrn no
tuiig Hi republican tnlo power
in nil liranchoa of tho federal rov
i"tnent, U wlnxlne back thin year
Willi uch momentum that tho re
iuill nns will bn lucky K they uot
i.i't November 7 with n bnro con
trol of congreM, It wan uftnerteri to
i)y ly Sonator Dnvlil I, Wnlh,
it niocruti of MnasnchUMlt, rettirn
g Irani a rapid aurvey of polltlcul
Dnili'ionn west of tho Allchanen.
Senator Walsh, who Is chairman
f tho democratic Honntorinl com
mittee, ha had tho direction of a
ooit part of tho opponltlon fight
fcthls tall, did not predict that tho
jftiiocrata would Knln control of
rongrcsn. Tho rcptilillcans are con
f drnt that actual conlrol cannot
. skm from them this yefir nnd
o- "rvatlvo democratic upokesnien
, n'rly nRrct, with them, but by
,c mon rotuent It In also agreed
'y f. r.ic that democratic gains arc
only two week away.
"Our aln will to central," Mid
w.tnr Wnlnh, hut particularly will
no gam In the went. Tariff fjueH
lionn Hnd tho fjcneral deprcmlon that
',s f'ruck the crowing section of
tlie country under republican poll
i c all theno factor combine, to
linnR the west back Into the demo
crat. - foM."
Aalnt.t the claim net up by Sen
ator WaUli, tho reptibllcann claimed
tod.iy to bo certain nf capturing
tcmo nonatorlal neatn In the went
ow helil by democrats partleu
l.iiiy In Nebraska, Arizona, Now
Mexico nnd Montana.
Republican npokesmen nsnerted
fh.it the defeat of Senator intell
ect k of Nebraska, who led tho
league of nations fight for Woodrow
Wilson two years nto, la now as
sured They based their n'sertlons
largrly upon tho entry into the
rnmtmtgn of Scnntor CJporga V
N'orrls of Nebraska with nn In-
ilorsetnent 01 nowcii, iikciiuuks re
Hitchcock, however, Is not polnp:
down without a battle. Hacked up
by tho famous "Hrynn brothers"
William Jennings Hrynn and Urothcr
Charley Hitchcock Is turning tho
itate ursldo down with hard cam
paigning. Ho ulso huu elicited tho
support of a number of democratic
While tho Nebraska campaign Is
becoming etronuouo. It Is upon Ohio,
tho homo state of President Hard
ing, that both parties nro concen
trating. Ohio In tho cockpit nf the
ESSEX COACH $1245
Second Woman on Scene
When Rector and Choir
Singer Were Assassinated
NEW lirtt NSWICtC. N. J., Oct.
84.--A wotna i. repurlod to havo
been a wltuem to llio killing of Hcv.
lr. Kdward W. Hall, rector of the
church of HI. John tho Kvangcllnt.
and the beautiful choir singer, Mrs,
James Mills, tevraled through un
Informant today that tho shooting
was dotiu by n man but that thero
was a iwcond woman on tho nccno,
the woman cyo witness, It Is
learned, Is Mrs. Anne Ulhaou, A.
MclUliy widow, living on Hamilton
road, Jut off Dcrtissey lane, which
flanks the spot where tho bodies
wore found under a little crab npplo
According to tho Informant, Mrs.
Olbson was within a few yards of
the spot when the shooting began.
Mrs. Olbson was so excited she
could not remi tnhcr later how many
shots ehe hail h'rd. i
Mrs, Olbson, the' Informant said,
distinctly henid a woman, bcllovn
to be Mrs, Mills, fcrcam and uttor
the name of a man. Tho shooting
wns raid to havo taken placo nbout
0 o'clock. Ah soon us Mrs. Olbson
realized what had happened, sho
fled from tho scene,
Wcro AnjikMuiib I'ahl In Advance.
While Deputy Asst. Atty.-Ocn.
Wilbur 13. Mott, formor prosecutor
of Kiscx, today was nctlvcly taking
chnrge of tho Investigation of the
murder of ltcv. nr. Kdward Hall,
rector of the ehuri'h of 8t. John the
i:nngellnt, and tho singer, Mrs.
J.tme.1 Milts, tho opinion was ad
vanced by counsel for Charlotte
Mills, lG-year-olcl daughter of tho
sluln woman that tho crlmo was
committed by paid assassins and
that It was Inspired by Jealousy.
Prosecuting Attorney Joseph
Strlckor of Middlesex nnd stntn
police who havo been Investigating
tho mystery were expected to In
form the deputy attorney-general
that sufficient ovldenco ban been
struggle tho democrats aro Intent
upon capturing tho Mate because a
democratic Ohio could be portrayed
as a "repudiation" of the president?
the republicans aro engaged In
feverish nctlvltles to win tho stnto
because n republican Ohio would bo
portrayed as nn "Indorsement" of
tho national administration.
SMALL BOY HIT BY AUTO
rhc-Ycnr-Olil IjiiI Sustained Very
9jicll to Th World.
KIIIFHIt, Oct. 24. Uustor. S-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs, Frank
1'IIoy, wns run down by an oiitomo
bile, driven by Halph Smith, nnd
probably fatally Injured. Tho boy'e
skull wus frncturcdi uuo arm broken
and his body Hoverely bruised. Tho
lad was taken to a hospital In Tulsa
whero ho Is rettlms easily,
Itesombling a rolderlng Iron, ft
gas heated tooNJins been Jnvontcd
for cuttlils cI.ish.
How Essex Views the
Closed Car Question
Until Essex brought out the Coach, a dosed car on a first rate chassis
could not be had at a moderate price. ,
Buyers took it by the thousands. Nothing like it vtas ever experienced'
in closed car sales. And in consequence other makers added closed
cars to their lines.
But. their bid for a share of the trade is not based upon the principle
which gives the Essex its distinction.
Mark how different it is
Elaborate fittings intonded to lend an air
ofluxury aro not featured in the Essex. It
is sold strictly on itsmerits m a complete
and superb motor cor mechanically. It
established itself as ono of the leading: four
cylinder motorcars of the world in perform
ance, endurance, reliability and economy.
One stock car under official observation
travelled 3,037 miles in fifty hours. Four
stock cars each lowered all previous time rec
1121 South Main.
gathered to warrant nn Immediate
A conference was arranged bo
tween Prosecutor Htrlcker, Prosecu
tor A. M. Hcekman, of .Somerset
county, nnd tho state policemen In
Hcckman'a nfflca this afternoon.
Hall Holdcneu tluanleil. I
Mott has already Intimated' he
wilt not mako nn arrest until hi) ran
canvass nil tho evidence. It In be
lieved his first mnvo will bo to
summon tho members of the Hall
ami MIIU family for questioning.
titato troops nra still maintained
nround tho Hall Residence where
tho widow of tho slain clergyman Is
living In seclusion, protected by her
attorney. Tlmothv N. Pfeffer,
Miss Klorenco M. North, volunteer
counsel for Chnrlotto Mills. Is con
tinuing her owu Independent In
vestigation. Her findings to date sho said, do
not permit the dropping of tho
theory that tho crlmo was pre
meditated by Jealousy. .Htio believe
that a woman hired the ossasilns
and that this woman witnessed tho
Irresponsible Youth Arrested,
PHILADIH.PHIA, Oct. 24. Paul
Wilson. Jr., 37 Corson street. High
land Park, N. J., held here on
(suspicion of complicity In tlie Hall
Mills murder at New Drunswlcls, N.
J., has no real knowledge concern
ing the 'crime and Is montally Ir
responsible according to tho police.,
Questioned by tho police, Wilson
said ho has served In tho navy but
left It duo to a mental disease
Further questioning showed that nl
though ho haa read a great deal
nbout thn New Hrunswlck tragedy,
ho possesses no direct n-ccurato In
formation nbout It.
The New Hrunswlck authorities
were notified of Wilson's arrest, but
lip to noon ha-1 not answered.
This Man Says He
Was Arrested for
Theft of Own Car
Spcclil to The World.
HOT fil'Itl.NOH, Ark., Oct. 24.
How Arthur McClandlsh, of I-n.
Fayette, Ind was arrested for
stealing his own automobile, npent
five days In Jail udncr Investiga
tion as a probnblo automobllo
thlof, wns later vindicated nnd
released from any criminal re
sponsibility, was oil developed In
tho circuit court when McCIan
dish took tho stand In a replevin
suit, nnd a.to such damages ns
were occasioned to tho automobile
between April nnd today, when R
subpoena duces tecum brought tho
i'nr to tho eouit houso for In
spection. (il)S Apoitopolus, a
Oreek boy, claimed the car, iind
Circuit Judge Wood found the
clmctimetniicen complicated nnd
will decide contended points Inter.
ords between San Francisco and Now York.
It is upon such a chassis that the Coach is
mounted. The same idea of utility guided
its creation. It has staunchness and char
acter. It gives tho utility of tho costliest
cars. It stays tight and secure
Yet such a delightful closed body does not
place the Essex Coach price beyond tho
reach of those who can afford a good
TO SUCCEED DAY
Harding Proposes to
Name Democrat as Su
preme Court Justice
WAHHtNOTON, Oct. 21 Justice
William It. Day or thn United States
supremo court, has resigned from
tho nation's highest legal tribunal,
It wns announced officially at tho
Whlta Houso this uttcrttoon. Tho
resignation was nrcepled by Presi
dent Harding and will take effect
November 1 1.
Tho resignation n( Justice Day
was expected In administration ipiar
ters over since President Harding
appointed him ns umpire on tho
Oermnn-Amoi lean mixed claims
commission. It occasional no sur
prise hero n-'tlio Judgeli work on
tho commission, which will adjudi
cate (400,000.000 In claims against
Germany nnd ns much in Oermnn
claims. Is so wide n field as to need
his full time.
It Is confidently belloved here that
the vacancy on the high court bench
will be filled by tho appointment of
n democrat, Tho court at present
has seven' republicans nnd only two
dcmocrntlo members duo to tho ap
pointment of Chief Justice Tnft ami
Justlco (mthvrlnnd to places for
merly hold by democrats.
It was officially nunouncrd nt tho
Whlto House that no successor hns
yet been chosen, but It Is reported
John 1C. Khlelds, n domocrnt of Ten
nessee, Is being favornbly consid
er. Shields Is n close personal
friend to tho president and had won
an enviable reputation n a finished
Justlco Day, who Is 73 years old,
wns n member of tho supremo court
slnco 1903, being appointed from
Ohio by former President Itoosevelt.
Ho previously hnd served In tho
cnblnet of former President Mc
Klnley ns nsslstntit and later as sec
retary of stnto. Ho was chalrmnn of
tho commission which negotiated the
peaco with Spain nt the close of tho
KAY EXPECTING FIELDS
ltcpnbllcnii Candidate In Speak In
Four Important Centers,
frptclsl to Tim Wotld.
PONCA CITY. Oct. 54. Join
Fields Is to spend nn entire day,
Monday, October 30, In Kay county,
arriving hero on Sunday evening
and getting an early start Monday
morning for Kaw Cltv, whero ho
speaks nt 10 o'clock that morning,
then driving tn Illnckwell for lunch
nnd to speak there at ! In tho after
noon, at Tonkawa nt 4 In tho after
noon nnd nt Ponca City nt S In tho
evening. Local republicans nra
planning to accompany Fields with
CO to 75 cars nnd take nlong thn
local chamber of commoron band
for concerts In all tho towns visited
Kuw City rcptilillcans nro to meet
Fields hero nnd escort hhn to their
city nnd cars from Newklrk and
lllackwcll nro to nccompany hltn
clear nround the circuit also.
Cabriolet - - 1145
Fretihtand Tax Extra
Be Huge Mastiff
Kcsitlcntn of Dunes Alon
Lake MichlKan Were
CHICAGO, Oct. 21. Tho MUh.
gan "Hon" which hns aroused the
duua country In southwest Michi
gan since last Thursday hns been
trncked to his lair and Is n. dog, nr
aordlnir to a reporter for thn Chicago
lVilly News, who mado his rpurt
Thn News reporter took sketches
of the footprints of thn beast which
wero roil mi neur iikesnio ami begun
n hunt for feel-
After Inquiries at ninny (arm
houses, ho found Adolph Wtuinieyer
living on i hill near thn dense woods
of llerrlen county whero country
folk said the lion had hoen seen. M,r.
Whltmeycr admitted Hint ho had a
dog, n yellow hybrid liiustltf of great
slie, with thick hair, especially
bunny on the noili ana a long tuned
It appeared tn ho a ferocious beast
but tho reporter observed n wagging
tall and n soon on good terms
with tho nulmtil, oven scratching
Its ear while ho sketched thn dog'n
feet. And tho feet were found to
correspond with tho prints found
near linkeslda, nnd Onbrlel l.eo.
slnlo game wnrden, declared th"
"Hon'' tracks undoubtedly -were
mnile by Whllmeyer'H dog "I)h "
Todny most nf th school children
who had been kept at homo because
of tho lion si-arc were IiiuU nt
school. Hut lint old Uradley nnd his
wlfo, big gamo hunlriH'from Chi
cago, nnd reporters still wero In the
hills and sandy watorn In scanh uf
a regular lion.
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IPEACE IN LATIN
Five Republics. Invited to
Send Delegates to
WASHINGTON, Oct. II The
purpose of the American government
In calling n "peace conference" of j
iivo i-entrni Aninricnn eouniricH 10
meet in Washington next Oeeemhrr
wns to extend the campaign for re
duction ot ormameiits whenever pos
slblH It wan staled nt the White
House this afternoon.
The administration considers that
thn malutenanco ot largo standing
armies by the small republic s of
Central Ameilca Is not only er.
nomlcnlly tnjmluus, but frequently
productive of Intel nal w.irfaie In the
'IVilkans nf America." and hns Ini
tiated tho December ennferenco In
tho hope of materially ledurlng
i bene military establishments by
common ngi cement.
It Is understood that when the
ispresentntlveH of Nicaragua, Costa
Ilka. Salvador, ltnmluisx and tlun
temakt gather In Washington, lb"
administration will have prepared '
definite plnu for rommensuvate re
duction nt armaments after His
miinnvr In which Hecretnry Hughes
in unused ft nnvnl program nt the
Washington armament itiiiteuuee n
year ngo. I
- In tho rase of tho Central Amer- I
lean republics, however, the propos- 1
nU will lelnte only to land forces
ns none of them have any naval es
tablishments worthy nt the name. '
Work Is to bo resumed In the old
copper mines of Finland. whMi
were discovered In 17R" nnd oper
tiled In n primltlvo manner for 1 3 0
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SHIPPING. RACE HORSES
Wlllbim llrntlirrs Itnlso Speedy
Colls fur landing Turfmen,
V' in to Tin Vt.ri.t.
PONCA CITY. Oct 21 Williams
brothers, who have In northwest
ern Kay county tho only thorough
bred horio nch in the west, ate
MHkinK their annual sHnten, of
ti allied rolls to I.'iiilsvlll at tho
present tlmi one car be n l ippd
during tlei onsl V rek Tliein rubs
are dent as 2-year olds 1 n rule, to
Ismisvlll it-id 1 1 ircd i,u i i. m irkei
A Carlond of
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1st and Boulder Phones Osage 446-3346
where they re snight esgcrly br
the lea'nu tutfit.cn of tho fitted
fitntes fl'id Canndn Thro years nr,
Williams brothers, with s. ship
ment ot foils lom their Kay "oun
ly ranch, topped n'l sales of young
thoroughbreds In America. Their
big ranch, c imposed ot scmrsl so
Hons, Is equipped with training
track, starting ante and all other
facilities for turning nut n col'
ready tn start a career on the tracks
of the country The Williams broth
ers maintain headquarters also In
lotlisvilln and at HavaMt Cubt.