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THE JUIE: OMAHA. TUKSIUY. APRIL I. 132.
(iracluale Nurse Again Collapses at Murder Trial tTniiwit (;imrs"l With 5Iaing (iim iniiuli Attorney Taint During Tflimny of l'roiTUlitn WitiifM. New York, April J Miss Olivia StillV, g'adtlal IMIfW, t'.l.pa.rd on ilf stand i-.iUy t ( ihe accord tune .tut !; ti'i'l '"i ral Hrwik Ivii. ihititfiH wii'i ' murder of J !l. i, KhiLi-4.? runner wira. Inn i'itnt I ! I immiuii." Although be was ffvnrJ. plivsicuu said she v til no condition stand the ita'il and t .fii t wa adjourned until tomorrow I'mtr-d Mat. .Vtornry Janir J, 1 lik f ( mrmiK'i was on the stand vbrn M ss Moil United, Jn M"l of Icr insistent t!iim! that she had i.evrr seen hi'ii, Mr, I lark cilrd l,r luil emue mi.i liU Mln'f in I'M' I,, ak nr 4 warrant for llic arrest ot Kin!,f4'l under I'" Maim act. Mi. Mrmc M.frj Innc inter rtitrI t lark' iciiininv. shouting l c Mit not i.'llink' the trutli. Warned in keep M'll. she k-i't murmuring under her breath. Finally. while refilling for a gla- of water, she fainted. Dr. AnnMte M. KaUton of Brook lyn, a pciulit mi women's dirac. v.jiA said 4 "tcmpora-y explosion" in Mis Stone's brain trbjhly was H sponsible for the shooting, nil iro eiamlii.itloti testified that al though Mis moiic was of a neurotic temperament. Iter liKtury gave no KrouinI for lirlirvinu hc had shown tiacc of inanity before. .tlitr.H1IXr.M.NT. $525 IN PRIZES FOR THE BEST RHYMES A new contest It just being stsrt d which ill interest every woman and girl who resds thia paper. Any woman or girl can enter this Con test anyona can win! All it ia nee eaaary to do ia to writ a 4-lin rhyma on Pr. Price'a Thosphata Baking Powder, using only tha worda which appear either on the label of. the Dr. Trice can (front and bark) or on the printed alip which ia found in each Dr. Price can. Isn't that easy? Everyone likes to make rhymes and here is a chance to spend a fascinating hour or two writing rhymes on this popular Bak ing Powder and perhaps winning a substantial prize for your efforts. 59 CASH PRIZES For the rhyme selected as best a prize of $100 will be given; fof the second, third and fourth best rhymes prizes of $75, $50, and $25, respec tively will be given. And besides these prizes there will be 55 prizes of $5 each for the next 15 best rhymes. With such a long list of prizes as these, it would be a pity not to try your hand at it Here is a 4-line rhyme as an ex ample: Two trupoont of this powder make Ritcaits, muffins, pit or k, Tha Prict'i Co., guarantee No alum in tha cans to be. As Dr. Price's Phosphate Baking; Powder sells for only 25 cents a 12 oz. can at grocery ateres, some' rhymes could play up the remark able economy of this pure and wholesome baking powder which contains no alum. . All rhymes must be received by, May 1, 1922. Only words appearing either on the label of the Dr. Prices can (front and back) or on thai printed slip contained inside thej can may be used. These words may) be used as often as desired, but no other words will be allowed. If you haven't a can of Dr. Price's, a copy, of the label and the printed slip, will be sent to you free upon re-' quest. ' Any woman or girl may enter the; Contest, but only one rhyme fronv each person will be considered. In case of ties, the full amount of the prize will ba given to each tying contestant Write plainly on only, one side of a sheet of paper and be sure to give youc name and address.1 - Send your rhyme before May 1st to Price Baking Powder Factory, 1011 Independence Blvd., Chicago, 111. Houses For Sale To Be Moved From the Premises at Once 2214 M Street 2216 M Street 2218 M Street 2721 So. 23rd Street 2725 So. 23rd Street To Be Sold Separately to the Highest Bidder Will Be Auctioned on the Premises on THURSDAY MORNING April 6th, 10 O'clock RICHARD R. GROTTE City Comptroller 414-2e Securtttea BMf. Car. ISth and Fa DOufUs 5347 Nurse-Slayer . " X I ... , This picture of Ellis G. Kinkead. noted Cincinnati and Brooklyn law yer, for whose alaying Olivia Stone is now on trial, and Olivia Stone, was taken soon after their "wedding," according to the defendant Its intro duction into court furnished the most startling bit of evidence presented in the sensational trial. End of Coal Strike Up to Operators. Says Lewis nntlnuwl From Pat One.) tied by agreement and a suspension of work and a general breakdown in the industry avoided. "Everything Humanly Possible," "Our experience with labor adjust? ment boards or commissions has been that representatives of the public, not having a knowledge of the technique of the coal mining industry, are not in a position to reach as satistactory conclusions as those who arc actively engaged in the practical operation of the mines. "The United Mine Workers regret more than any one else the necessity for a suspension of work by the union coal miners of the country. We have done everything humanly possible to avoid the suspension, ror months past we have fought hard to induce the bituminous coal operators to keep faith with us and with the govern ment and meeting us in joint confer ence so that a new wage and work ing agreement might be made that would maintain industrial peace and prevent public inconvenience. In a joint conterence nem in tne city of New York on March 31. 1920. a two-year agreement was signed covering wages and working conditions in the mining industry for that period. In this basic agree ment appears the following provi sion: Provision of Agreement. " 'Resolved, Tha't an interstate joint conference be held prior to April, 1922, the time and place ot holding such meeting be referred to a committee of two operators and two miners from each state herein represented, together with the inter national officials of the United Mine Workers organization.' "The mine workers of the country believed that the coal operators signed the agreement in good faith, but we now find that they contu maciously refuse to live up to their agreement. They have refused point blank to do as they agreed they would do. Invitation Refused. "On two occasions since the month of December, 1921, the oper ators have been formally invited by the mine workers representatives to meet m joint conference at a desig nated time and place for the purpose indicated in the agreement. On each occasion our invitation has been re fused. "P. H. Penna of Indiana, the chief spokesman for the coal operators of the central competitive field, in a re cent public interview said: I cannot deny that our refusal to meet is a violation of our agreement. "In the face of such brazen and uncompromising attitude on the part of the coal operators, the mine workers had no alternative but to quit their work when the agreement expired and await the making of another agreement. "Particularly Unfortunate." "It is particularly unfortunate that hundreds of thousands of men must be withdrawn from industry to the detriment of the social and eco nomic wcllbeing of our country be fore a joint conference can be held and an agreement negotiated. The 'responsibility must rest clearly upon Dr. Burhorn's Chiropractic Health Service Colds, headaches, backaches, lumbago, rheumatism, nervousness, neuritis and throat troubles respond to Chiropractic as well as liver, stomach and kidney troubles. Office adjustments are 12 for $10.00 or 30 for $25.00. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. House calls made when unable to come to the office. My Council Bluffs office is located in the Wickhara block with Drs. Kuberg & Ruberg in charge. X-Ray laboratory in both offices. ' and Victim the shoulders of the coal operators. Their attitude should rightfully bring down upon them the moral instiga tion of an outraged citizenship. "The public can follow its own reasoning in defining the motives of the operators. Whether it be their mere sordid desire to enrich further their own teeming coffers or whether it be their futile hope to destroy the United Mine Workers of America and beat the miners backward, it is equally reprehensible. "The mine workers arc still ready to meet the operators at any time such a meeting is possible." Mr. Lewis said that intermittent employment in coal mines stood out as the great problem for miners. 215 Days a Year. "The coal miner knows that the best he can get is 215 days of work a year," he declared, "and that he has got to get enough money in those days to support his family for 365 days. This means likewise greater costs for consumers, in overhead wastes of part-time operation. "It has another effect bad upon the miner, as generation after gene ration gets accustomed to these casu al working conditions. The stabiliza tion of this industry is something that must be brought about eventually, and if private industry cannot handle the task, it is likely that the public will be forced to step forward and shoulder the tasks of stabilizing pro duction and demand, difficult and hazardous as the policy may be. ."Personally I think that congress could well set up a government bu reau, armed with power to rcgula.te and counsel the industry and that some benefits would result .from it." Control Board Buys Heating Equipment of Army Camp Lincoln, April 3. Salvaged heat ing and sterilizing equipment cost ing between $5,000 and $6,000, has been purchased by the state board of control from the Camp Funston (Kan.) army site, now being dis mantled, it was announced today. The equipment cost in the neighbor hood of $12,000 at the time of pur chase, and was used less than four months, the board stated. ' The ster ilizing property will go to the Kear ney Tuberculosis hospital and the heating equipment distributed among state schools. Escaped Prison Trusty Is Captured After Five Years ' Lincoln, April 3. Edward Witts truck, 3lj an inmate of the state peni tentiary, who escaped July S, 1917, has been arrested at Walker, Minn., Warden Fcnton stated today. Witts truck, a trusty, sentenced from Plattsmouth for a term of 1 to 10 years for burglary, disappeared at mealtime nearly five years ago. War den Fenton will go to Walker with extradition papers. . . WtfAe success of Breakfast rDinnep hi I J or Sttpper depends in a oreat measure L : J-pon Breucfquw Romance Dreams Lead to Takins; of Auto and Jail Unr-Tim1 Sorial Leader Tlr C!r So Young Wife nd Self Can Sfrk Ad future. Ovrr I'ui'iir., nuiiiiiuin and B"l rii lcrrt taudf toward netting Miii of ronuiue and luipinr, wuli he care of the world behind, wai the picture Jdiiies C. lUrmett, Si2 i'iaik avenue, portrayed to Ins yuimg wife after he had stolen a rar be longing to l li. Taylor, Uram I'hank'e building, according to a con- lenfn lie made cterday to Lieu tenant of Detectives John Pnanow ki. lfjrtnett, once a leader in ci4l activities among the younger set of (hit city, i in the city jad. Taken in Pawnshop. When Detectives Ruglcwiw ami Ckh apprehended Haiturit in a pawnshop at Eleventh and Douglas ttrccts at 10 yesterday morning, he was trying to pawn hi wife's fur coat to get funds to defray exptn m to California, he aid. The of ficers had trailed the Molrn car for several blocks. It had been stolen from in front of the public library the night before and the licnme plate changed. "1 knew tins would happed." ol hed llartnctt' wife when officers made the arret. Ilcrlnett told po lice that he failed to inform his wife that the car was stolen. Prepued For Trip. In the car were valises containing pretty clothes, slippers, cosmetics and an electric iron, all packed for the overland trip, police said. After his Pertillou measurements were taken, llartnctt said that lie took the car "for a joke." l'olice y he is the sou of a grain operator on the Omaha exchange and has been in several minor escapades re cently which have cot lis father be tween $15,000 and $20,000. Hartuett is 30 years old. Woman in Train Collision Sues for $15,315 Damages Wahoo, Xcb.. April 3. (Special.) ' Mrs. Belle Mason, 41, mother of four children, has filed a petition in L ancaster county court for $15,313.78 damages against the Chicago & Northwestern railroad for injuries re ceived in a head-on collision between a freight and passenger train the evening of January 4. Mrs. Mason alleges she was on passenger train No. 28. and had with her an infant child, which was thrown from her arms over two scats in the coach. She says her back was sprained and her right Ice is be coming stiff as the result of her in jury. Liquor Shipment Seized in Lincoln Sent on Its Way Lincoln, April 3. Fifty cases of "IU0 proof" whisky, consigned to The Newbro Drug company of Butte, Mont., seized by federal and state agents here some time ago because of alleged failure to comply with government permits, have been released and forwarded to the con signee, law enforcement officials stated today. The liquor was ship ped by the William Kesslcr com pany of Atherton, Ky. gtratforil They're Different So entirely different that even the most unobserving remark the styles, work manship and finish are really most pronounced. "And so will even you re mark, THEY'RE DIFFER EN1Y" Drop in today and see the NEW SPRING MODELS in every style, color and fabric. $25 to - $50 SOME BETTER Cable's 1809 Farnam De Valera Band Gags Collins at Meeting lwilm4 ruM fas Oo I to be it.po-i.il.lr, but t!'t the it 'jtir.t nine J. Mr. Fogsrty, preprint., ,f the Cuniinercial hotel, t4t!et.ar, wi wounded in th liouldfr. (irrunubly by the bullet lirrd it the meeting. Roads Blocked. The torrr.poiidciit o) the London lAtniiig Newt ) all the roads to C'at!cbar were blotkrd by trtrs and that suti'tnobiirs moving toward the low ii were stopped by arnifd men, rm even ripped up the railway tuiki'to prevent the armal of the ! il"'' " fr"' Me IMs'to!", 'I he meeting wa iorucuriitty de U)f until 7 p. in. The crowd numbered -VJ per. nn, among them many ho.nlc to Culliiia. Collin was trequeutly in terrupted and then an aitempi w made to null the lorries,, which sup ported his platform, says the c count, and a upprtrr of Collin drew a revolver. Others produced revolver aUo upon which the crowd klaumedrd. women fainting and srv- A young man was pursued into side street and a number of shots were tired. At this point, add the correspon dent, an officer jumped upon the plat form, and declared the meeting ad jurned in the interest of peace. Dublin. April 3l.-(By A. -Official figures given out today show that 3.220 men left the five Dublin baMaliuiis of the Jrit.li republican army yesterday, marching to Smith field, where they took an oath of al legiance to the republic, freeing themselves from any further respon sibility to the Dail Eire.inn. v Called to Door and Slain. Beltast, April 3. John Mallon. an hwcriug a knock at the door of his house in Skrgomel avenue last UNlit. was confronted by a gang of men who asked if his son was in the house. Upon replying in the nega tive Mallon was shot dead. A bomb thrown into a bedroom in the house of John Simpson in Ar lington street wounded two children, aged 3 and 6. Four men were shot and killed and three small children were wounded Saturday nicht in the Sinn Fein area near the Old Lodge road district. The ages of the men ranged from 40 to 63 years. The shooting of the men is be lieved to have been in reprisal for the killing Saturday of Constable George Turner, a regular policeman 11 yftrs. Punctuated With Shrieks. Later heavy rifle and revolver fir ing, punctuated with the shrieks of women and children, was heard, and shortly afterward the bodies of the four men were taken to a hospital, where the three wounded children also were conveyed. The father of the children, Joseph Walsh, was one of the men who was shot and killed. All the killings took place in the homes of the victims. Walsh was lying in bed with the two younger children when the bul let killed him, wounding them. Two-year-old Bridget was shot through the head. The body of a young man was found lying in the road at midnight three miles from Ncwry. There were two bullet wounds in his head. Papers in the man's pockets bore the name Garvey. ; Orange Hall, near Ncwry, and close to the scene of the recent train. burning was destroyed early this morning. Armed men ordered out flWfe t'.it Homaii aretaWr and tr tour ihildrrn, ihre out the juui.luif and t lire the but! Jin.'. Schurman's Lawyer Denies Bank Rumor i remuii', Aiiil J (N'ffial Telrgram,) Aiiumry C, I. Abbott, rcprfentiiif Una II, fiihiiMiun, prominent KirmiHit banker, denies irportii of aitvinpik to secure a char ter for a new iai bank in l remout. In the ah. erne ot Slmniun. Abbott stated that their i nothmif t the tumors alleging Schumtait' plea io Governor McKekie lor aieuiue in ecuiiug the tluiirr. 4il to bate bfrn denied by Dep4iiuiriit Sri friary J. I!. Hart, The appearance of Ab bott and Scbuniian brlme the bank oiliciaU lat attuday had nothing to do wnti a new tate bank. Abbott de clared, and their i no foundation for the rcton. Chaige tlut hchur. man had coiupUiuril ot Interference by other I reiiiont bankrr are al denied by Abbott. Chapter of De Molay Formed at Fairbury Fairbury, Neb., April 3. (Spe tial.i A chapter of Dc Molay with a charter membership of 4 was organised at the Masonic ball by Zro D. Clark of Omaha, a member of the grand council, assisted by the Beatrice chanter. Eleven of the boys residing here, holding membership in a Lincoln chapter, transferred and 53 new ap plicants were initiated. A banquet served by the women of the l.astcru Mar concluded the program, l rcd Parkinson was chorii mai tre councilor and Leslie Cameron, secretary. April 3 to 8 Designated si Clean-Up Week at Neligh N'eligh. Neb, April 3. (Special.; In order that citizens may co-operate with the Chamber of Commerce in its clean-up campaign at River side park, Mayor K. II. Mclick has designated the week of April 3 to 8 as cleanup week. Property owners are requested to clean their premises of all rubbish and pile it in the alleys. On Wednesday, April 12, teams and trucks will be sent to all parts of town by the park committee to col lect this rubbish free of charge, using it to make the much-needed fills in the park. Farm Fund Bill Reported. Washington, April 3. The agri cultural appropriation bill, carrying $35,808,000, but without the item of $360,000 for free seeds, was reported today in the senate. As turned over to the senate the measure is $116,300 larger than that passed by the house. I ir An Apparel Service For the Woman Who Requires Larger Sizes 9 Specializing in clothes that create a slender and graceful appearance quite in harmony with the Fashions for Spring. An abundant selection of distinctive, well-tailored Dresses, Suits and Coats In Sizes b0 to lfih Considering their becomingness, care ful workmanship and the fine quality of all materials Prices are Reasonable $75 $9850 and $125 Big Fight Waged Over Mimy Swimming Pool I itiii.-iit, Jvtb, April iSpe fial ) rrriiioiif uoirrs, members i( the Cominrrctal, Itolaiy and Ki wtiis clubs, Central Labor union and other oigatiuaiioiu are trying . put over the f.'.'i'Hl swimming pool bond issue at the coming rtty t!fft'ii. A big I ght is bring waged between the Inxisirri and the en. n rvnve clement, which brbrve the city is too heavily ted at the pie, (lit I'llir. IV. y Smut have canvassed the t.'tv with personal appeal for votes tr the bond issue. Movie of other iitiiiiiitg pool, throughout the stale lave been shown in local the airr.. The tO has been placarded mill uttrr. "Voic- fr the bonds! IW hi the swim!" Ollice-setkcra at the i .lining election are uiu' the pii.poaed swimming pool as an issue. A ear ago the same issue was ii timlucf d in connection w ith a rev nation park. It was defeated by a l.irtie majority at that time, but the indicatiruu this year forecast a clo-e A Representative from Vogue Is Here This Week A visit to the Vogue pattern section will acquaint you, through the medium of hand-colored sketches, with the newest Vogue designs. Vogue Pattern Section Second Floor l..,.....B1MiBBBBBiaBiaaaBBBBBBBaaiaaaaBaaaBBaaBaaaaaaaB-' Quliiirof Counlv C? Attorney Sought Jvauiulcr Official (liarprd With Druiikrmtf ami Other Miai oiiiluct Iy 'VI'. C T. V, Wahoo, Nth, April J (Special ) I he W. C. T. I'-, aided by a num ber of male i ituriis, is out to get th otltcial scalp of County Attorney Hrvaut. Ciiirns have fvpired dtscon lentmrnt for a li.a lime over va ions ittfiehl and huMihuI a-', oi Mr, Hi v ant, A committee waited (or an answer (mm tiovrrnor Me Kelwe and diliunded that the Slim- ... i...nv:.r Alli.o IL .! HI411, r id the situation Md piocccd at once to depose the olliiial ( li.tice. brought lufrtie the gover nor and the law department are drunkenness, lailurr to rnlorce lb prohibitum law and other acts of misconduct. The delegation which went to l iu coin vja headed by Ucv. llcian oi the ltapiit chinch. M You are invited lo meet a designer from The V ague Company nho is in Omaha lo offer assistance that will facilitate the planning of your spring and summer wardrobe.