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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1922)
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THE SUNDAY BEE: OMAHA. SEPTEMBER 10. 1922.
Women's Musical Club Opens Season by Radio
French HoM Art It Interna-
: tionil and War Should He
' " Smart Fall Fabric.
Fini, Sept. 9. French artilt hive
votH ovtrwhclrninily In (vor ol
permitting German and AutrUn art
bit to again exhibit in I'irii tatont.
A rtrrnt poll of 50 promiiirnt French
pamttrt ana tcuitort anowcti oiny
en diittniing voice. Tim tr
Iwmi of Opinion ii particularly intrr
tiling became a number of thoe fa
voring rc-adiiiittion of ihnr lor me r
tnemift were wounded in the war.
A iliniUr remit oMaineH from
poll of the "Friend of Art" on
whether German decorator would he
allowed to eahibit their work at the
1 International expoition to be held in
19.M, The Grrman and Austrian
havt not yet indicated whether they
with to avail tlienuelvrt of thre priv
ilegea. but it it reported that they
ire not yet rearlyto bring their work
Saya Art International.
French artiatt. in explaining tluir
readineia to welcome thoe thry
fought, and depite the preni po
litical antagon'tm between the two
nation over reparation, id it waa
important that thry know what the
artittt of other countrie are rtoiiiK.
Many alio took the view that art i
German niuic ha long ince been
accepted in I'aria in moderate quan
tise and ome of the German opera
are the bct money maker. M. de
rnier, France' great aclnr-m." natter.
Itkewiae regard art a jnfenaiinnal
and welcome foreigner to France,
pccifically inviting Max Krinliatit,
the German artor, to come to I'aria
and tage Omier' promined produc
tion of the Wallcnolciii Trioly and
another play at the Odcon. which
happen to be ulidi7cd by the
French government, and i known a
"Th Srronit L'omfdv Francaise."
M. Gemier aUo offer to help Hcrr,
Reinhadt in hi work.
' Velvet la Popular.
Velvet ha Emerged from the da
zle of the fall and winter fashion din
play a the niartct and most pop
ular fabric of the aeanon. Mack and
dark brown velvet are favored, and
many of thenc velvet dresc have
crepe tie chine sleeve in all the
Bee Want Ada are the best busi
Count the New Chandlers
on the Streets.
Ralph W. Jones
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II $S5s?2? -X I I " s . I I E t'lat ",c'r au'enc's w'" he scattered
I ffMu. I i III throughout the country listening in
I wflSS ife II ' ( . . I on the radio concert.
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(yv Hi A novel feature is to be employed IMS II PN 11 D I
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Fight to Reduce
Sale of Drugs
United States Seeks to Free
Self From Reputation as
World's Greatest Nar .
Waihington. Sept. 9. Uncle Sam
It letting about In real earnest to
lt rid of hit present reputation si
the world't ireatett drug addict.
Despite thinly veiled Insinuationi
from abroad that the United Statet
it taking no interest in the interna
tional effort to tuppreit traffic in
opium and its derivative, the Amer
ican government It doing probably
a much to combat the evil at any
of thoie nation which are loudet
in complaining that international co
operation it lacking.
Surprited at the average man In
the atreet may be to hear it. the
fact remaina that the United
States is the largest per capita eon
turner of opium and its compound
of all the nation of the world. A
somewhat belated realisation of this
fact by congress, resulting in the
enactment of the tocallcd Jones
Miller bill, has freed the hands of
the administration and enabled it to
take definite action looking to the
curtailment of the quantity of habit
forming drugs ured in this counry.
A committee, eonUting of Sec
retary of Slate Hughes, Secretary
of the Treasury Mellon and Secre
tary of Commerce Hoover, al
ready has been formed, in accord
ance with the terms of tht new law,
and is now actively engaged in su
perintending the putting into execu
tion the provincet of the law.
Prerioui Lawt Ineffectual.
In Befteral it has been found that
, previous legislation in the United
Mates has been directed toward con
fining the distribution of drugs to
certain recognized channels rather
than to (ilacing abohe rtrirtun
upon theie importation. The otrn
aiblc result ot this kind of IrgnU
lion hat been the detonation of
druggittr a the only legal vender
of habit forming drug. I he actual
remit ha been to put the United
Staiea at the head of the litt of na
tions a consumer of opium. The
Jones-Miller law seekt to curtail the
amount of opium brought into the
Considerable retcntment has been
felt here at chargea from turope.
emanating chiefly at the seat of the
lesiue ot nation, that tht United
Statet hat faded to co-operate with
other nations in the effort to rup
preit the drug traffic. Tht motive
back of these repeated ininuationt
it believed to be desire to re
proach America for not having en
tered the league, In thit connec-'
lion recent report from Europe
tuted that Secretary Hughee had
uied The Netherlands as go-between
in communicating with the
league pn inn tuujrci,
Reports Are Untrue.
Theie reports are abtolutely with
out foundation. On the higheit of
ficial authority it may he Hated that
Secretary Hughes has sent no recent
communication to the nation of Eu
rope or to the league of nation on
the, lubject of opium traffic. The
preclie position of thl government
with respect to the league and the
whole n'ovement for lru? control
It officially drrcribed a follow:
Under the international conven
tion of 1912 it wa provided that the
itatittical information concerning the
drug traffic should be received at
The Hague, The Netherlands gov
ernment being charged with the ap
propriate duly in thl respect. Un
der Article 2i of the treaty of Ver
laille h wa agreed that the gen
eral rupervision of the execution of
the international agreement relating
to opium thould be . transferred to
the league of nations.
As the United States did not ratify
the treaty of Versailles the matter,
so far as the United States is con
cerned was left subject to the inter
national convention, which the Unit
ed $ tales has been at all times ready
to carry out. It could do nothing
ele. 'J he J)uf-'i government was so
informed, as the treaty in existence
r.iuld not be modified, far a tie
United State u concerned, rtcit
by a new treaty.
No Communication Sent.
That, in nuuhrll, i the Amer.
Lan aimude toward the league i
h opium question. Hughrt h
ent no recent communication h i
this subject, at there has been no
ncrarioii for siuli a lommuimaiuin.
Officials believe report of inform,
lion transmitted to the league by th
Dutch government may be bated up
on the tranmition of the data ob
tained by the Dutch legation heie
and forwarded to The Hague.
Secretary Hughea ha deigniej
E. L Neville of the United, State
conular service and formerly Ut
eatiern diviion of the State depart
ment, a hi official rrpreentatuo
upon the committee formed under
the Jonr. Miller law.
Statistic now under consideration
by these official ihow that Tuikey.
Teria and India are the prmeipul
producer of opium, while China
alio produce a considerable amnpni
The greater part of the opium uer!
in the United State come from
Plant for Fumigating
Freiplit Cars Opened
Washington, Sept. 9. A freight
car fumigating houe capable ni
holding 14 railway cars intultaiirou
ly hat been placed in operation hv
the federal horticultural board of the
the chain of fumigating houte main
tained to prevent tne entry mm n
United State of the pink bollwori
$100 for Lainlru's Car;
Only $l. for IJrown'a
Pari Sept. 9 I.andru' little mo
tor truck, in which he it taid to
have transported the bodies of hit
victims, was sold at auction for lest
than $KX). It was. bought by a
suburban plumber, who svt he will
exhibit it at a public amusement
Fred Brown's car sold in Omaha
Madge West Sutphen.
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OMAHA SIOUX CITY 5T. LOUIS
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QUALITY RADIO APPARATUS
A novel feature is to be employed
ly the directors of the musical de
partment of the Omaha Women'
club this week for the opening of
the music season. Through co-operation
with The Omaha Bee, the
music leaders of the club will pre
sent their programs by radio from
station WDV at 7 every night ex
cepting tonight and Friday.
Mary'Adele Abbott, leader of the
music department, and Robert Cus
caden, director, have arranged the
following programs to be broadcast
by The Omaha Bee:
Monday: 7 to 8 p. m. Mrs.
James Hanley, director.
Bertha Cflffpy Aa.man. dramatic soprano.
Gerald McCreary, tpnor.
Robert Cnarr.den. eiollnfst.
Mra. K. D. Uradshaw at the piano.
Tuesday, 7 to 8 P. M. Mrs. B, M.
a! In VTlnlfred Traynor, rlanlnt.
Ml.s Clara Schneider, vlolinlttt.
II r. Nell Atkinson Kelly, aoprana
Mra Dura Orelbua. contralto.
.Mlm Murla Ilopklna, aoprano.
Wednesday, 7 to 8 P. M. Mrs,
Gilbert S. Brown, director.
Mra. Walter R. Rouaa, planlit,
Mra. K. U. M( Uulllan. dramatic soprano.
Mra. Claudo Verner, dramatic aoprano.
Mra. Waltar Rouae and Mra. Mary
Artele Abbott, piano duet.
Mrs. Jeann Ryan, violinist.
Thurtday: 7 to 8 p. m. Mrs.
Gail White McMonies, director.
lira. Flora Beara Nelson, planl.t.
Mra. ilrara I.eldy J3erner, vlollnlat.
Ml. a Htella Rhane. aoprano.
Mra. Uall Whlto McMonlea, pianist.
Friday: 7 to 8 p. m.. Omaha
Bee concert from station WAAW.
Saturday: 7 to 8 p. m. Omaha
Madge West Sutphen, director.
Weat Sinters' fltrlna; Quartet.
Mr. Florence Long Arnold!, aoprano.
Mra. Harry McCormlck, aoprano.
Mra. Anna Parker, pianlat.
The forcgoipg programs arranged
for the music department of the
Omaha Women's club is novel in
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