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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 29. 1022.
Ex-Governor Cox bunches Attack , at Republicans Say. Administration "May Co Down in History at Out standing Failure of Last 50 Yean." JUrrUburg, April 28. Speaking bt fort statrwitle fathering cf dmo etilt here tonight, former Governor Jamrs M, Cox of Ohio, democratic candidate for prtsidtnt in 19J0, itart sd a verbal onslaught on the Hard mg adminiktration ith the ttate- mcnt that "it may go down in liis torjr as the outstanding failure of the last 50 year." Mr. Cox devoted the major part of hit addreit to an attack on the ua tional adininiitration and delivered a few shafts at the preteut interna tional policy of the country. The result of the arms conference at Washington, lie said, it "regional alliance." Thii. he continued, "hat led to other alliance and grave . crie have come in consequence. f "Not only have we ceased to be helpful, but In view of recent devel opments, it is apparent that we are . a distinctly dUturbinpr factor in in ternational affairi. Our leaden in banking and economic thought are doing the best they can a individ ual. Recognizing the futility of ap pealing to our government, the statesmen of the world are endeavor ing to arouse the 'co-operation of in dividual agencies." The. republican campaign pledge of - - i .jj.j cut Bitiauuii, viviiuiiiy auu auucu efficient in government,'" Mr. Cox de clared, "hat developed into the ac tuality of spoils in government." Bim Gump and Mrs. Zander are i vw l.uorj v)no sii uo t)s tingle Issue, Invention of Auto Engine to Run 272 Miles on Fuel Costing Nickel Claimed H. II. Elmer, General Manager of Syracuse (N. Y.) Steel Company, Says He Has Designed New Type of Engine That Will Revolu tionize Motor Car Industry. Syracuse, X. V, April 28. Three hundred miles on a gallon of fuel coning S,'i cents! That is the tlairn If. If. Elmer, treasurer and general manager of the Globe Malleable Iron and Steel company of this city makes for a new type of engine designed by himself which internationally known en gineering experts say will revolution Ua the automobile iuduttry. Sirs It'i "Discovery." The principle upon which the en giue works, it a "discovery" rather than an improvement, Mr. timer dc. dares. It involves J71 distinct points, each one along a new line of engineering thought. The furl i oil. vegetable, mineral or animal. Three lull sue models of the en gine were tested before directors of the company this afternoon. The directors, sail prominent Syracuse business men. were lirst astounded and bewildered, then enthusiastic. A committee, including tn its personnel Iobn Wilkinson, inventor of the ranklin air cooled motor, was ap pointed to arrange for immediate de velopment of Mr. Klmcr's discovery hy the Globe Malleable Iron and Steel company here. Runt for Eclghteen Hours. According to Mr. Elmer and other directors of the company, a one-cylinder, three-horsepower engine ran continually for 18 hours on one and one-quarter pints of the fuel oil. a gallon of which is told at retail price tor ay. cents. There are only 64 parts to the en gine, including all the screws ued in it construction. It will be placed on the market, Mr. Elmer said, at 60 per rent of the price of engine of any type in the same dais now being sold. Women's Gubs to Meet in O'Neill Tuesday O'Xeill. Neb.. Ann! 2H C..rLI I The anual convention of the Fed erated Woman s Clubs of the Sixth rongreioual district will open at O'Xeill, May 2. Liiriit Incident Mr. George Frater of North I'latte prrkiding. The district, which is the argent in Nebraska, comprises within its Confinei more trrrilnrv llun contained ill the area of tnanv nf the eastern slate and the annual district convention is the largest of it kind in the entire country. The kelet'lrrtn of O'Vrill ih meeting place for this year likewise i .. .. : - . . i. r' ' n 1 1 ' iiiimjim , mm imc j irni lmil4ll I club is but two years old and many club much its senior have sought clubs much its senior have soukIu trict convention. The cmviMition will continue for three days. Mrs. E. U. 1'ciiny ot rumrton, stain nrenitliMit. will lie tlio nrinii. pal speaker and many other speak- vi iiuic win participate in me nrnirrain. The nrvaiilrnt n(. )h O'K'eill rluh i Mr F. T DiJmr office after the convention, it Mrs. Charles B. Scott Inquiry Begun Into Mysterious Death of Teacher liutly of Gertrude Hanna, MUsinj: Since March 24, Found in Vacant Parson age at Hooprston, III. Uoopeston, lit., April 28. Two separate investigation into the mysterious death of Gertrude llaiina, 23-year-old school teacher, whose body was found in the un occupied United Trcsbyterlau par sonage last night, were launched to day by Chief of Tollce Oogart and County I'hysician I. G. Fisher. Based on physicians' finding that Mis Hanna wat approaching ma tcrnity, Chief Bogart began a search early today for at young men who will be questioned. One man ha already been quizzed, but the chief refused to say whether any new light had been thrown ou the girl' death. Friend of the dead girl were at a loss to explain her death. She was said to have had no love affair. Opinion wat divided between the murder and the suicide theory. The girl' father, William T. Hanna, a mill owner, aid hi daughter had never threatened suicide. The base ment room in which her body was found, however, was fastened from the inside. Absence of indications of violence also led some to believe that death might have been self- inflicted. State's Attorney Lev. man an nounred today, following an all-night investigation into the death of the young woman that he was not cer tain that the case involved murder, and indicated that no further action would be taken until a post mortem examination had established that death was not the result of self- administered poison. ... f "HIS MASTERS VOICE" g iff! You'll find music to suit your particular taste among these new Victor offeringsnumbers you will want to add to your collection of Victor Records. We have classified them for your convenience and any dealer in Victor products will gladly play any selections you wish to hear. SACRED SELECTIONS The Living Godl (Johnstone-O'Hara) Coma, Thou Fount of Every fetaaiiw Saviour Like a Shepherd Load Ua ..- . Number Sir Price OrvilleHarroId 74737 12 $1.75 Olive Kline-Elsie Baker , M Olive, Kline-Elsie Baker 45306 10 100 TUNEFUL CONCERT AND OPERATIC Granadinas (Farewell, Ify Granada) (Callejs-Barrera) In Spanish , TitoSchipa Secret of Suzanne Ok gieia, la nbe laggtra (What Joy to Watch) LucreziaBori Barbiere di Siviglia La cahtaaia (Slander's Whisper) In itaiiin Feodor Chaliapin Canaaima (Penn) Love'a Nocturne (Notturao d'Aroor) (Fucacci-Drigo) The Road That Brought You to Me (Hamblen) Francea Alda Beniamino Gigli John McCormack LIGHT VOCAL SELECTIONS : ' Longing, Dear, for You .RodciVindeWin' Don't Leave Me, Mammy : .Time After Time ' Play That 'Song of India' Again )iiiuh tsmjrn m win Georgia . - I Oh! You Beautiful Baby waggl o the Kilt Bella McGraw (Back", Back, to Where the Heather Grows) MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL Caprice No. 13 (Paganini-Kreisler) Violin Solo , Serenade Eapagnole (Spanish Serenade) (Chaminade-Kreisler) . Olive Kline Olive Kline ' Vernon Dalhart Henry Burr . Charlea Harriaon Alfred Campbell-Henry Burr Peerleas Quartet Aileen StanlejHBilly Murray sir Harry Lauder Sir Harry Lauder 66039 88647 88648 66036 74742 66024 45307 18875 18877 18876 55153 10 12 12 10 12 10 1.25 1.75 1.75 1.25 1.75 1.25 10 1.00 10 .75 10 .75 10 .75 12 '1.50 Prelude in C Sharp Minor (Rachmaninoff) Piano Solo Walts (Brahms, Op. 30, No. IS) Violin Solo' , Walkttre Wetaa'a FamraD aad Hagk Fat Music (Wagner) Canzonetta (Godard) Violin Solo Welti (from Suite for Two Piano) (Arensky) Piano Duet Eapana Rapaodie , (Chabrier) Jaacha Heif ets Violoncello Soto HusoKreialer Sergei Rachmaninoff Frits Kreialer Philadelphia Orcheatra Erika Morini Guy Maier-Lee Pattiaon Guy Maier-Lee Pattiaon DANCE RECORDS r Jimmy Fox Trot . After the Rain Fox Trot ' Tee-Pee Bluea Fox Trot Black Eyed Blues-Fox Trot f While Miami Dreams Fox Trot L Tell Her at Twilisht Fox Trot ' Old Fashioned Girl Fax Trot (iron "Bom bo") Paul Whiteman and Hia Orchestra Paul Whiteman and Hia Orchestra The Benson Orchestra of Chicago The Benson Orchestra of Chicago Joseph C Smith and Hia Orchestra Hackel-Benre Orchestra Paul Whiteman and Hia Orchestra Little Grey Sweetheart of Mine Medley Fox Trot Club Royal Orchestra Bveonu Fox Trot By the Sapphire Sea Fox Trot My Mammy Knows Fox Trot Angel Child Fox Trot Tea Little Fnxtrs aid Tea Little Tecs Fax Tret In Bluebird Land Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and Hia Orchestra Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra The Benson Orchestra of Chicago The Benson Orchestra of Chicago The Benson Orchestra of Chicago The Benson Orchestra of Chicago 66037 10 1.25 66040 10 1.25 66016 10 1.25 66041 10 1.25 74736 12 1.75 66038 10 1.25 45305 10 1.00 18872 10 .75 18874 10 .75 18878 10 .75 18879 10 .75 18880 10 .75 18870 10 .75 18871 10 ' .75 Victor Talking Machine Company, CamdenJ. State Examination Dates Are Announccd Lincoln, April 28.(Scla!,) Fol lowing art date and place of semi, annual examinations to be held under supervision of il. J!. Autles, secre. tary of the department of public wel fare: i'tiarmaceutical. May IS-lft, Oma ha. Creighlon college of pharmacy. Xuret, May 2J-J4, Omaha, county superintendent' office, Lincoln, stale house. I'hysician. June 6-8, Lincoln, state houe. Demists, June 67. practical exam, inatioits at Lincoln and Omaha: the. orelical examinations, June , 9, 10, Creighton college, Omaha. F.mbalmcrs. June 9. state medical college, Omaha. Chiropractors, June u, lJ. Lincoln. state house. Osteopath. June 13. 14. Lincoln. state house. Veterinarians, June IS, Lincoln. state house. Chiropody. June 19. 20. Karbach block, Omaha. General Grain in West Is Benefit to Potato Crop Kearney, Neb.. April 29. (Spe cial.) Nearly two incite of rain fell over Buffalo, Kearney and l'help county since Wednesday night, breaking a drouth which farmers fear has already greatly damaged the winter wheat acreage. It was the first real rain in many months and can be characterized as a "soaker." 1'otato grower In the Kearney district are elated, their en tire seed being in the ground, and just awaiting a good shower and mer u rather. Alfalfa is in rellent shape and further bfnefurd ty rsms North Bend Pioneers Married 50 Years North Bend, Neb., April 2--($P cUI.) Mr. and Mr. John Cuatk, pioneer of Nebraska and among tits lirst to sctue in me great open spaces now dotted lth towns and vittaiv ril,hratii ihrir nMtn ud. ding anniversary at their home near nere. More than 12S guest, many of whom pioueered wuh the Cu.aik fanulv hen sratslmnter swarmed over the country, and stood shoulder to shoulder with them in te nam. ships of the early days, were pres ent 10 extend their best wishes to the happy couple. r. and Mr, cutack were nurriei April 22. 1872, on the homestead of th hruia'i nirnit Mr and MM. lame Ritchie, three mile north of North Bend. Mr. Cusack was then employed as a section foreman on the Union Pacific I Ififil ha u.nt Inln ill mat but. Iness In North Bend, During Koo velt administration he served a postmaster of the town, Mr. and Xfra. Cnurk are the nar cuts of four children, Mrs. t. J. Kas tie, North Bend; Mrs. Clifford Moid and Mabel Cusack, Corad, and Alice Cusack. Kansas City, Mo. Acquitted of Wife Murder Los Angeles, April 28. Raymond W. Smith, a rancher, tried for the second time for the murder of his wife. Mary . Smith. March 14, 1921. was acquitted late last night by a jury of 11 men and one woman in superior court here. Grand Island Will Have Medical Clinic Grand I!d, Neb,. April 28 (Special ) Article of incorporation of the Grand Island CimU-.nuihoriitd capital fSO.ftW, were filed Thursday to give nioif complete and moie ro operative surgical, turdiial and denial services. On the staff will be lr. Arratmiih, recently connected with I he Mayo clinic, at Rothoirr, Minn ; Dr. A. II. rarnsworth. r. K. K. I'arnswonh, lr, W. II. liombach and Or. I). A. I mrh of thl city and lr. W. W. Arrasmiih. at precnt as sociated wilh Dr. Chas. Pliott, pro. lessor of internal medicine, North we. tern university, Chicago. An X-ray equipmrnt and labora tory will be installed and maintained under the management of Mrs. 1'taM Knauss of the South Shore hospital, Chicago, The greater, part of the second Door of one ol the largest business buildma will be remodeled and basinets will be commenced in about six week. DUaMetl War Veleiam Elect Lincoln Man Chief Grand Island. Neb.. April 28. (Special.) The first annual conven tion of the Disabled American Veter ans of the World War came to a close late Thursday night. John Davcy of Lincoln was elected state commaii. der, F. C Moore of Grand Maud, vice commander, and A. M. Lltiott, state treasurer. Omaha was selected as the place for the next annual con vent ion, the date to be fixed by the executive committee. The 40 mem bers of the organization present were gurtts ol the Oun.W of Ciinimeue i a dnncr at wlwdi K. It. I tots, sril el Omaha ssa the main tptiker, ll' address was pit lit tadus and its de vtlopineut in l turban counlrte and i po.ibi!iiif ut ll near lu lui. 3.26 I.ul.r. of K4.lf.ill at Oslilo'lt Uuun to Crop O.hko.h. Ntb, A pn . (Spe rial.) According to government gauge, 3 2o inches r( rtiit has (allrit here in the last 44 hours. '1 he ram, being the lust real moi.tur here since Ui in the inter, is ill mran a freat deal to all claes ol farming, n many rases small grain had been damaged and the eaily planting of beets bad not sprouted. Three Fairlmry Firm Are Victim of Hollirr Faiibury, Neb., April aN, (Spe cial.) The Kind plant here was en. tered and the safe badly damaged by the parties attempting lo crack lite safe. The l au bury greenhouse was robbed of a lew dollar in change at the same time aad the Fairbury Niiisery ollice robbed of a supply of stamps. Plaiitview Hop; Average 41iroumU Wheu Sold Here riainview was rrpicscntcd on the hog market by a shipment of Duroc Jersey brought in by William Lo reus, a voung hog raiser of Main view. Mr. Loreni said he raised and fed the hogs and that they averaged around 414 pounds. They were about a year old and sold lor JV.WJ a hun dred. Bim Gump and Mrs. Zander are sun on the outs. Don t miss,' single issue. The Month End Sale Ends Saturday Purchases Charged Saturday will be carried forward to June 1st statements. Blouse Sale $2.95 Worth $3.95 to $5 Peter Pan models that are all new this sea son, but have become - slightly soiled from handling, are offered , f or . an exceedingly low price. They are , shown in lovely new tub materials and in many smart styles. $3.95 to $5 Blouaea, $2.95 Other blouses in at- tractive lrand-made . models are priced $5. Third Floor 0iipra.J6etf&a , i y ' iusi " A Sale of. Hairnets Sonia aingla meih nets in cap and fringe shapes and all colors, Saturday, 40c a doz. Sonia double m e a h nets in cap and fringe styles, Saturday, 65c a dozen. New Silk Petticoats $5 These are all Jersey silk mo dels and radium silk models in a delightful variation of styles. Colorful ones in greens, blues, navy, purple, brown and black. Priced $5. Third Floor Low Prices or Toiletries A mild, refined vege table oil aoap which lathers freely in either hot or cold water. Saturday 17 cakes for 89c. Hair Brushes, 42c Made of fine clean imported bristles, sanitary and very serviceable. . Nail Brushes, 15c Toilet Goods Sectios Unusual Suit Values are Featured Saturday The Season's Lowest Prices Thirty Sport and Street Suits $16.95 - Attractive belted and tailored mod f els in the best spring colors. Tweed suits (full lined) and twelve-ounce unlined Jersey suits in sport shades. (Sizes from 16 to 42) Fifty Hand-Tailored Suits ' Reduced 20 to 33 Tailleurs of the usual Thompson, . Belden standard are reduced to " $25 $39.50 $49.50 $59.50 $75 A Charge for Alterations 'I- Silk Vests and Bloomers for Less, Jersey silk vests -wits' bodice tops are spe cially priced Saturday for $1.59. , Jersey silk bloomers to match, made with a large reinforce '. ment, are special for $2.29. These are firat quality. , . Secoad Floor Percale Aprons for 25c Kitchen aprons ' with or without bibs, made of small figured black and white percale. ra Pumps and Strap Slippers (Broken sizea) Saturday $1.85 Three hundred pairs . of slippers and pumps will be sold Saturday for leas than half price. Brown kid, brown satin,: brown buck, black kid. Sizes are not complete. Pure Thread Silk Hosiery Values to $4 $1 .9 a Pair Full fashioned purethread silk hose, some i silk to the top, others with lisle garter tops and double soles. This is an opportunity . to purchase the most desirable silk hosiery for a remarkaby low price. ' " ; :; 'v Black white, and colors. Saturday, $1.49 a Pair Specials, of Importance 45c Nainsook, 35c . "Mother's" nainsook, a soft sheer quality, 36 inches, wide. , 85c Towels, 50c : Turkish towels of jac ' quard weave with borders of blue, pink and yellow, - 20c Wash Cloths, 10c Large Turkish wash cloths with crochet b o r d ers in various v colors. ;' ' : . Linan Sactioo Silks and Dress Goods for. Pleasing Savings Materials of the most desirable qualities. White silks for bridal and graduation dresses, silk taffetas and canton crepes for shopping wear, fine foulard silks for traveling frocks. Seasonable woolens for capes, dresses and separate skirts. Saturday on the Final Day of these Month End Economies 75c Gingham for 59c a yard The genuine Lorraine No. 904, Gilbrea and other makes, both foreign and domestic, are included for this price Saturday. The newest styles in every color. 32-inch, 75c qualities, Saturday, 59c a yard. Second Flooi Sales for Men Wash Neckwear 25c grades, 19c 50c grades, 35c $1.00 grades, 65c Driving Gloves Grinnel's, all sizes. $5.00 gloves, $2.19 $6.00 gloves, $3.19 $8.00 gloves, $3.75 $10.00 gloves, $4.79 To the Left As You Enter