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Bran S liCCtlires 'Fiancee of Pickford
.iTUilJ &SIIIIU11 HIS
in Hitchcock Camp
Follower of I'rrnnit Senator
.Wonlr if Politic Will
Be Purl of Chautauqua
Lincoln. July 10 (Special.) Will
ilium Jemiing Bryan mix politics
with cliui4iifU4 Ulri in Nebraska
This qiirtiion bolilied up among
politician today who note that an
nouncement arc I'otniiiK from mini
eroui town in Nebraska that the
(inner Netiratkan lias rlMutautiiia
speaking datta in July and AuKtitt.
'J he llryan h cture is reported in
new dispatches to he a mixture of
politic, religion, ithui and "Dar
winism" Many believe these Nebraska
chautauqiu dates will be the means
employed by "Hrothcr Charlie" in
fulfilling his part of the reported
agreement with the Hitchcock fac
tion that in the event a truce is
patched up and "Brother Charlie" is
nominated, "Brother William" will
lake the stump.
It was reiortcd here today that
certain Hitchcock followers, mil re
sentful of the ticup of their chief
with the Bryan element, intend to
demand of J. S. McCarty, vice chair
man of the democratic central com
mittee, whether William Jennings
Dryan will merely deliver chautauqua
addresses or will actually take the
McCarty is looked upon as an au
thority in the so-called gentleman's
agreement between Bryan and Hitch
cock as in his letters to prominent
democrats urging support of the two
men he rtated that the successful
nomination of the slate means Wil
liam Jennings Bryan will stump Ne
braska. Htichcock men also wonder how
William Jennings Bryan will explain
his assault on Senator Hitchcock at
-the "harmony" dinner held at Lin
coln several months ago when Bryan
was the principal speaker. At that
meeting Bryan told of a life-long
ambition to become a United States
"At one time Senator Hitchcock
called on me and said if I desired
to run he would not stand in my
way," Bryan said. "But I knew
that accepting a nomination in Ne
braska politics at that time meant
that I would have to be a tool in
Washington for the liquor interests
so 'I declined."
That statement at a so-called har
mony banquet caused mutterings
among Hitchcock men at the time
and there admittedly still remoins
considerable rancor over Bryan's
flam at Hitchcock.
Contest of Own
Colorado Joins in War
Against Barberry Bush
Fort Collins, Colo., July 10. A
vigorous campaign to eradicate the
common barberry bush, vicious
spreader of black stem rust that de
of wheat in this state annually, will
be launched next week by agents of
the Federal Department of Agricul
ture. Active co-operation will he
given by the State Agricultural de
partment and farm agencies.
The common barberry bush is de
structive to the wheat crop in numer
ous states, and congress has appro
priated $350,000 to eliminate the pest
in wheat growing territory.
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Boston, July V. As a result of
I'lorrnz icgfclds scathing denunci
ation in I'aris of Jack I'ickford,
prospective husband of Marilynu
Miller, the beautiful young star of
"Sally," is in a state of nervous col
lapse and undecided whether she
will continue with the show.
Miss Miller, without any mincing
of words, declared the continued as
saults on the character of her fiance
by Ziegfeld were unfair and cruel.
When I'ickford takes unto himself
Marilynn Miller for a wife she will
be the second of the beautiful stars
of Ziegfeld to have succumbed to his
conquests and the differences be
tween Tickford and Ziecfeld. accord
ing to Miss Miller, amount to a per
sonal feud a feud which had its be
ginning when Pickford married Olive
Thomas, a protege of the man
known as "the picker of beautifui
women for his productions.
Order Restrains Rail
Shopmen in Omaha
(Continued From Fui One.)
Ravenna. Aurora. McCook. Red
Cloud and Bridgeport.
Depredations, such as cut air hose,
gravel in journal boxes of engines
and the attack on trainmen, were
blamed on the strikers in the rail
road's application for the order.
Burlington and Union Pacific of
ficials said that no passenger trains.
will be discontinued.
All trains were chalked up on time
at the Burlington station and only
three were reported late at Union
station, as follows: Northwestern
train No. 17, Oregon-Washington
Limited, due 11:15 a. m., to arrive
1:40 p. m.; Wabash train No. 11, St.
Louis Express, due at 8:20 a. m., "de
layed, no figure;" Rock Island No.
38, Oklahoma-Texas, Express,- due
1 :36 p. m., to arrive 1 :50 p. m.
A mass meeting of striking shop
men was held again at the Centraf
Labor temple here yesterday. A
large group of pickets was on duty
at the entrances and exits of the
Union Pacific shops and the crowd
increased, as shopmen called for their
B. H. Furse, president of the
Union Pacific System Federation of
Shopcrafts, in a statement yester
day, said reports he has received from
Union Pacific points indicate that
not more than 50 men returned to
work on the entire system Saturday,
the last day given by the railroad for
the men to return in their former
The Chicago, St- Paul, Minneapolis
& Omaha railroad announced yes
terday that men must return to
work at the beginning of the first
shift Wednesday or lose pension and
Union men declare that many
trains marked "on time" o,n station
boards are arriving in Omaha late.
YV. H. Guild, assistant to the vice
president of the Union Pacific sys
tem, in a statement last night, de
clared that a total of 113 old men
returned to work on the system
"A total of 108 shopmen came
back last Saturday," said Mr. Guild,
"and on Saturday we employed 100
new men. Yesterday 175 new work
ers were hired on the system. The
situation is quiet over all the system."
Man Accused of Pahl Murder
Files for Change of Venue
O'Neill, Neb., July 10.-(Special
Telegram.) Attorneys for Walter
Simmons, charged with the murder
of Frank Pahl of Spencer this after
noon argued before District Judge
Robert R. Dickson of this city for a
change of venue from the Boyd
county district court. The trial is
scheduled to .begin at Butte next
Monday. The judge has taken the
motion under -advisement for several
Doctor Accuses Hello Girls
of Diverting His Patients
Lincoln, July 10. (Special.V-Dr.
D. O. Potts of Ogallala complained
to the state railway commission to
day that he is losing money because
one of the four physicians has a
hetter "stand in" with the hello girls
than he has.
The physician states that many
calls from patients directed to him
self or two other physicians in the
town go to the favored one.
Iowan and Daughter Die
as Freight Train Hits Coupe
Atlantic. Ia., July 10. (Special
Telegram.) R. A. Masters, former
Guthrie county treasurer, and his
daughter, Viola, 20, were instantly
killed this morning at a railroad
crossing- at Casey, Ia. They were
on a three-da tour selling lumber
and were driving across track at the
Casey depot when an eastbound fast
freight train struck their coupe.
Foster Son of Farmer Killed
Under Car at Woodriver
. Wood River, Neb.. July 10. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Donald Kunz, 11,
adopted son of C. W. Kunz, was in
stantly killed south of town early this
morning, when the car in which he
and his father were riding to the
farm got out of control and turned
over on -them. Mr. Runz was driv
ing and was severely injured
Opponents of Kilprrton for
lrui Regent Point to Rec
ord at Legislature
While Nebraska whole it
, taking a mild i'iterft 'it nomiitatiiitf
f candidates fur I'nitrd State s tiator,
pnvrrnor and i-oiib reman, the
j I'ourth Congressional district is en
i joying a little content of its own
that lu the rest hacked off the map
! fur real energy and excitement.
Two men are to be nominated lor
state university resent. There are
three candidates: llarry I.andis, the
present rrgent; 1-rank hdgrrton, an
Aurora attorney, and Dr. K. O. Web
ber of Wahoo,
EdKcrtnn happens to have been
registered lobbyist before the state
legislature in 17 on behalf of a
public service corporation and in 1921
m behalf of chiropractic, ccleetict
and homeopathics who desired the
state uniyersity to teach these sub
jects in the medical college. The
legislature turned Edgerton down.
His opponents are now asking if his
ambition to be a university regent is
due to a hope of doing in that office
what the legislature refused to do.
Edgerton indignantly retorts that hi
past activities will not influence his
work as a university regent in any
On that basis the fight is being
waged, with columns of letters in the
local newspapers and some thous
ands of words of oratory.
Dean I. S. Cutter of the medical
college opposed Edgerton's cam
paign in behalf of the chiropractics,
electics and homeopathics. Edgerton,
in a recent letter, announced that
university professors are too much
in politics and, after mentioning
Cutter by name, declared that "if I
have any power as a university re
gent these political professors will
either quit their politics or else get
out." This has been taken by
Edgerton's opponents as .evidence
that he proposes to carry a oersonal
vendetta into the board of rege"'
work. Edgerton says that Cutter in
spired attacks on him first.
Hitchcock Still "Wet,"
League Head Affirms
Lincoln. July 10. (Snecial.1 F.
A. High, secretary of the Anti-Sa
loon league, in a public statement
issued today, again made the posi
tion of the league plain on "Brother
Charlie' Bryan and Senator Hitch
cock. The statement follows:
"We are unalterably opposed to
the nomination and election of Sen
ator Hitchcock. We believe he is
just as wet as he has been in the
past. His announcement that he is
now dry we believe is mere camou
fiage. Months -ago we made it plain
that any tieup or combination of
drys with the Hitchcock forces would
be looked upon' as a move to help
Mr. Hitchcock pull-his chestnuts out
of the fire and would be obnoxious
to us. Our position in this matter
has not changed. We are, therefore
opposed to any candidate who lends
his support to ;the -nomination and
election of Senator? Hitchcock."
Scottsbluff Business Men
Condemn Shopmen's Strike
Scottsbluff, Neb., July 10. (Spe
cial Telegram.) The Scottsbluff
Chamber of Commerce today adopt
ed resolutions expressing disappoint
ment at the refusal of the railway
shopmen to accept wage reductions
ordered by the : railroad board, and
condemning the strikers for interfer
ing with others who are willing to
work at the scheduled wages in their
The resolutions 'disapprove of any
and all acts taken to prevent persons'
from entering the employment of
the roads, and call upon officers of
the city, county and state to properly
and vigorously enforce the law.
Surplus of Teachers
Columbus, Neb., July 10. There
is a surplus of teachers now for
the rural schools, where three years
ago a shortage of available material
caused school authorities much con
cern, according to County Superin
tendent F. S. Lecron, who ascribes
the changed condition in part to the
fact that higher salaries paid since
the war have caused more high school
graduates to take up the profession.
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THK U.UAHA tffcK: TUESDAY. JULY 11. 1922.
Wheat Crop Cut
Total YirM Forrra-t at 817,.
000.000 IliLhrU Corn
Wa-hiiitfloit, July ID I'lodmiioii
of torn, the country's ino valuable
farm crop, was forecast for thi year
at .',8(iO,(MM1,iiOO bushels by the He
partim itt uf Agriculture today in it
July report. 1 hat i 2,(HX),000 bush
els more than the five-year average,
but IM.dOO.OOO bushels less than laH
The country' wheat crop was
forecast at 417.000,000 bushel, hav
ing been decreased ly WXKI.MW
liulu-l in June.
Winter wheat production was fore
cast t 5rt.0oi.00O bushel and the
condition on July 1 was 77.0 per cent
ol a norma!.
Spring wheat production was fore
cast at 248.000,000 bushels and the
conditions 83.7 per cent.
All wheat conditions was 78.9 per
cent of normal.
Corn production was forecast at
2.80,00O.0OO burhels based on an
estimated area Htf,2J4,000 acres or
W.4 per cent of last year' acreage,
and a condition of 85.1 per cent of
a normal on July I.
O a t s-l'rodiiction, 1,187,000,000
bushels, condition 74.4.
H a r 1 e y Production, 182,000,000
bushels, condition, 82.6.
Rye Production, 82,000,000 bush
els: condition, 89.9.
Flax Production, 10,700,000 bush
els condition, 87.6; acreage, 1,341,
000, 1 15.1 per cent of last year's.
Rice Production, 39,100,000 bush
els; condition, 88.6 per cent; acreage,
1.009,000 or. 110.8 per cent of last
Hay: Production, 107,000,000 tons;
Apples: Production, 190,000,000 bu
shels; conditions, 66.8.
Peaches: Production, 54,300,000
bushels; conditions, 74.3.
Wheat remaining on farms July 1
i estimated at 3,461,000 bushels, or
4.00 per cent of last year's crop.
White oDtatoes: Production, 429,-
000,000 bushels: condition, 87.3;
acreage, 4,228,000, or 110.8 per cent
of last year's.
Sweet potatoes: Production, 111,
000,000 bushels, conditions, 88.2;
acreage, 1,128,000, or 105.8 per cent
of last year's.
Tobacco: Production. 1,415,000,000
pounds: conditions, 82.4; acreage,
1,763,000, or 122.9 per cent of last
Chicago Drouth Ended.
Chicago, July 10. Chicago's 43d
day drouth was ended early today
when a heavy rain struck all parts of
the city. Some damage was caused
by a high wind which accompanied
i'ir the first time this star fat
cuttle went up to $10.1$ a hundred,
K. W. Komhrrg of Celilm receiving
that price for 18 head f line Here
ford stem averting pounds
on the market Monday. According
to the record of the stockyard Mr.
konihera'k shipment i the lirt to
bring that price on the local market
since November of lut year,
Mr. Romberg said mt of the
farmer in In sect inn were opposed
M the fwo present strike oi rail
road and coal mine employes and
that he strongly opposed the talk ol
a strike of farmer a wry silly and
Two load of heay cattle were
broiiKht in by William N. Campbell
of Oshkosh, averaging 1,400 pound
it ml bringing $10(15 a hundred. Mr.
Campbell said there would be a Rood
crop of corn in hi section, according
to present prospect, and that there
would be big yield of wheat.
William Davison, veteran shipper
of Ainsworth, where he settled in
1KHK. was on the-local market Mon
day with a consignment of boss.
Mr. Davison said there arc a good
many old sows and fall pin to be
sent out of the neiKhhorhood of
"The crops of pigs in mv section
is fully twice as large as last sea
son," said Mr. Davison. Crop con
ditions arc fine, corn prospects arc
excellent, pastures are in splendid
condition and a bumper crop of hay
is being put tip. There has been an
abundance of rain and everything
looks good to the farmer around
Judge Leslie Endorses
Candidacy of Dorsey
Lincoln, July 10. (Specials
Copies of a letter written bv Dis
trict Judge Charles Leslie of Omaha
to William C. Dorsey, one of the
candidates for epublican nomination
for attorney general, are being dis
tributed by Dorsey 's friends here to
day. The' letter, in part, follows:
"The office of attorney general I
regard as one of the most important
offices, if not the most important
office, in the state. Your experience
as a practicing lawyer, a judge of
the district court, commissioner of
the supreme court and special prose
cutor for the attorney general in the
preparation and trial of indictments
returned by the grand jury in this
county last October against stock
promoters for the sale of worthless
securities qualified you for this high
office as few men are qualified."
$59,000 War Finance Loans
Approved for Nebraska
Washington. July 10. (Special
Telegram.) The War Finance cor
poration announces that from July 3
to July 16 it approved $59,000 ad
vances for agriculture and livestock
purposes in Nebraska, $15,000 in
South Dakota and $13,000 in Wyoming.
Man Killed as Tornado
Hits St. Charles, S. D.
Slmix City, la., July 10. A Pon
ter! (S. D.) special to the Journal
"Men were busy today ilearing
the wreckaue t which t he town oi
St. Charles, 10 mile west of heir,
was reduced by a tornado which
caiieil property damage estimated at
more than $775.1H)U and resulted in
the death of one man and the injury
of many othen,
"J'raeiiially every building in the
town of some 150 people wa dam
aged by the twister. Hutiue and
residential section were both laid
"Howard Hughes, a resident of St.
Charles, met death instantly when be
was caught beneath the filing wall
of the pool hall a he was attempting
to escape into the street through a
front door. His mother is among the
reported seriously hurt. A score of
other received minor cuts ami
"The tornado plowed its way
through the town from southwest to
northwest. Several sets of farm
buildings lying in its pih were de
molished. Farm animals and ma
chinery were among the casualties of
"The damage fo the town of St.
Charles is estimated at $775,0(0. Farm
property destroyed and summer cot
tages and resorts around the shores
of Lake Andes fell before the wind,
bringing the total to near the $800,000
Children Cry for Fletcher's
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THE CKNTAUR COM PAN V, NIW YORK OITV.
During 1921 Created a
SURPLUS of $216,928.61
After paying all operating expenses, setting
aside all necessary reserves and a SINKING
FUND for retirement of bonds.
This surplus is an
pure and simple, and is against all sound prin
cipals of Municipal Ownership.
I am for cheaper gas and better quality.
C. G. Carlberg
Republican Candidate for Metropolitan
Utilities District Board
of Antelope County Quits
Ncligh. Nb July 10.-(SpeciaI
Telegram.) C. A. Nfohrman has
filed liis resignation with the board
of supervisors as county school su
perintendent. Mrs. Ida McClintock
of Neligh and Miss Alta Wylie of
Elgin have applied for the vacancy.
Mr. Mohrman has been superin
tendent of schools of Antelope county
for nearly sjx years. A better posi
tion at an increased salary with the
Hammond-Stephens Printing com
pany of Fremont prompted his ac
tion, it is said. The family will re
move to Lincoln.
I'lliniitown. l' July HI. Two
MrikiiiK miner were killnl and a
third (.italiy wounded late Ust night
by slioti fired by two drputir on
the property of the Atlantic I'oal
company at New Geneva, according
to word received here.
It is reported that the two deputy
sheriffs, crossing the property on
which a miners' tent colony is lo.
rated, were lired on and returned the
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' I' )t i.it u i. Ii. ini; nit Sjlurd-tV in
:tiwj nn j-. t t.mt imis in the l'illliilih
'bituminous ilMiiit. the lir.t serious
;iliiMM't tm lb pari hi the l'itt)irt'i
lO.il Wmlm rr&' jih lalion In blfjk
the strike whuh Lu 14 v.rrU ht
kfpt idle erty tmnm mine in lb
region. Pi'putv ienf wrre m
giiaid. and their was no etiill.tin e of
At the Hemlersnnwlle plant of the
Henderson l oul and t oke omip.inv
in Washington there j no sign ci
activity on the surl.ve, I. lit it was
stated that a force wa busy under
ground. Twenty or tuoie deputy
sheriffs, each armed with a pixtol.
were quartered in one of the com
Motitriit I-""1'1 ("
Thomas ltaldwin. 4H5-' Avenue C,
I'uiuicil HlufK was I'med f SO in ( en
Iral police court yeterd.iy morning
(or ti'iklrss driving, and his tar was
impounded for .Ml days. S. K.
Murphy of Krnndw.iter. Neb., com
panion on thr ride, was fined $10.
UR July Clear
ances are not to
be confused with so
are really extraordinary
opportunities for the
woman of slender means
to obtain fashions usually
beyond her reach.
The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad
Will employ for its repair tracks and roundhouse at
Omaha, men to perform duties as follows:
Electric and acetylene welders,
Pipe fitters, tinners,
Coach builders and finishers,
Electric crane operators,
Roundhouse service men,
Stationary engineers and firemen,
Laborers, coach cleaners,
Apprentices and helpers.
TO COMMENCE AT ONCE
Apply to F. Newell, Master Mechanic, 1st Floor Burlington Bldg.
Tenth and Farnam Streets, Omaha
The United States Railroad Labor Board, under authority of Federal
Law, after full hearing to all parties at interest, has fixed present
wages for mechanical crafts. Certain employes having declined to ac
cept their decision, the board has directed the railroad to reorganize
its forees and has ordered that men who enter our service
"Are within their rights in accepting such employment, that
they are not strikebreakers seeking to impose the arbitrary
will of an employer on employes; that they have the moral
as well as the legal right to engage in such service of the
American public to avoid interruption of indispensable rail
way transportation, and that they are entitled to the protec
tion of every department and branch of the Government,
State and National."
Standard wages and overtime conditions will be paid. Hours io be
those necessary for maintenance of the service. Board and lodging,
under ample protection, will be furnished.
Young, active men desiring to go into railroad service
will be given an opportunity for training in steady, de
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