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Dr. Hucktior I Kqmrtfi. to
Have Offer to leUr HiMe
Along Propritivp Mean
Aurora, ,'-li . I) t. 1. KMrU
Iltmilrril uf frltila'nf li-v. J, I.
.M. J:ii. Km r g.itln-il at th Mtlul
lit lliun h hr lit a r-ilittti tMliill
Mm and Mr, ImrUriir, Aurora ni
thi-r In In irnv it frientlship
fur llm mm Hi .M-t(uMlist Innrr cir-
rtx Muhtt-tt In ki t rll tit.
'Wluit pt-r nnt ,f th 40 pn'iii-h
m nt tin I'Hiifi rnr in omulm am
"imi:ri-nnlvi l'hriUan? ' J'r, Jlurk
Hit w u ttk1.
"My (um la that ut Irunt SO t
-lil i'f Hi turn who Httrn. IimI that
ruiifi'i f m ! at Oliuili.i art mitri-nntYra
or ' new fi Iuh'I ('hrlntuins," ut h-arl
whrthfT thry i-vtr i vulro ta thi-lr
tru uiiiilimi or not." he rrplleil.
Tln'ory n( C:iliim-t.
"Dot Hit liifhiip Mini hi ciiliim-t
l-ln-vt Unit Hit- future uf 'hi liliin
Ity il' pi-riiln on church nicnihcru Muni
Iv h licvlns cvvry Mry In the IliliU-?"
he w in ii f hf it.
"W.-II, Hint li tlulr thinry." wan his
answer. "Tiny h.ivt had thnt ilrlllnl
liitu them ii i) 1 Uiey ilnn't know what
Id K'jIhk to luippcn to the church If
tht-y tit awny from thnlr theory. I
tolil tht rnliliift nt Omaha, hiti they
trlnl to t.ilk me Into quietly itriipplnir
out of the tiiiiiiHtiy, that they niiule
nir think of man from India who
nine nK'ke In my church. Iln aiiM
thin country In much liettcr thnn
Iti'llii, lier.uiKe In Imlln, a miin has to
hrllma mul imy Jut what hln fnlht-r
mid (tr.inilf.'ilher nnl nil of hi anwn
turn hefnrs him liellcvcil nml wild,
while In Aim-rlfii, men hear, think for
thwnnelvea ami believe nrhut their
mlniln tell them I th truth whether
their fathera thought thnt way or not.
"Whllo wt were talking In the cnlil
net, I linked Illnhop Stunts whether
he lielleveil the story that God aunt
out the ahehcara to drxtroy the little
children, who called Kllnha an "old
liHld head," and the blnhnp auld noth
ing, ile ahHolutely rcfuHcd to state
ItefUHed to Kctlre.
"Another member of tlia cabinet
Aiked me to retire without making
any funs, but I considered that a cow
nrdly way and 1 rcfujtil to do it. One
member of the cabinet auKRCHtod
that I get out of the Methodist church,
If I wanted to preach the doctrine of
progressiva Christianity, but I told
Jilm that I had refused to leave the
republican jxirty at one time at the
Invitation of a saloon keeper, who
aald If I didn't like the party that
was wet to get out of it and get Into
a prohibition party, and that I didn't
propose to leave the Methodist church,
when a majority of the Methodists
In the world today are now progres
sive Christiana. I don't believe the
Methodist church belongs to the bish
ops and their cabinets."
It Is reported here on good authority
that a publishing house In the east
is negotiating with Dr. Uuckner for
a revision of the Bible along the lines
of progressiva Christianity, which he
Is preaching. The Idea is to elimi
nate many of the obscene and objec
tionable Btorles now In the Bible an
to leave out some of the books which
are purely historical and not closely
related to the Christian religion of
the present day.
Plan Revised Bible.
If he undertakes this work. Dr.
Buckner will probably classify in dif
ferent divisions in this revised text
the books which are purely histori
cal and in another division the books
which are purely allegorical, and in
another division, he will place the
philosophy and teachings of Christ.
The sermons and letters of early
Christians which have been put into
the Bible for the purpose of teaching
philosophy of Christ's religion will
probably be placed In another division.
This revised version will establish
the progress which has been made in
the religious thinking of the world
beginning with the Jewish conception
of God and ending with the 20th
century ideas of the teaching and
philosophy of Jesus Christ.
Pottery Workers Strike
for 7 Per Cent Wage Boost
East Liverpool, O., Oct. 1. A
strike of 7,000 unimi men and wom
en, which was accompanied by en
forced idleness of probably 10,000 un
skilled workers who are not identi
fied with the National Brotherhood
of Operative Potters, went into ef
fect throUKbout the United States.
Suspension of operation Was order
ed by President John T. Wood of the
union because of the refusal of the
V'nlted States Potters' association to
grant their demand for a 7 per cent
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George Heban Big Piece of Cheese"
Is Verdict of Viola Dana, Movie Star
iiy t.mv iu milium.
(limb Mmi Im4 Mm,
Ism AiiKolm, ixt, I "Goift
Bvtxin l bi pint uf rh-t,M
It was Ml Viola iMna. ont of
ihn lovilieat and .ttlrt of tha tmn.t
tarn, defending lirr and Urr ratl
ine imviutt in dictum uf Mr, Heban.
Mr, Urban gave out an Interview
In t'hlro in hlh ha declared that
0 r rent of the actors and actra
in tht iiiovtes art dumbbvllt,
"Tht lu-nuiiful and tht dumb," ht
lululi-d tli. m.
And Hollywood doesn't Ilka It
bit. Tli Oila art talklnn and It ihm
(Seoriit hn't a frlnd in town. Thy
urn not ull as nuupoken as Mim Dana,
but thry any what thry mean.
"Ilelmn?" Itinulred MUa Debt Dan
iel, when h heard tht news. "Who
la Urban? An actor? Iteally? And ha
for Tenament Fire
Polio Seek Man Who At
tempted to Set House Next
New Voik, tkt. I. A madman
whona mania for flrrs caused tht
dcuth of seven ervn ont of them
a 4 year old child, thrown from a win
dow by n terrified mother early thla
morning is' being sought tonight by
the police, acting on Information that
Mil attempt was made to set tht build
ing next door aflra shortly before
the apartment limine at 241 Went
One Hundred and Ninth atrtrt burst
Into flames. ,
other Investigations, mora or less
random but sincere, are being carrltd
on by the residents of the upper west
aide, where this morning's flrt oc
curred. Kear that the supposed pyro
maniac may continue to operate la
aroused by the story of Henry Pent,
who discovered a baby carriage ablaze
In tht hallway next door to tht build
ing which was burned. Tht carriage
bad been atuffed with rags and oil,
and the strip of carpet along the hall
way similarly saturated. Dent and
his daughters extinguished tht blaze
A moment afterwards he saw a man
corne from the basement and glance
around the hall. Dent asked him
what he was searching for.
"I smelled smoke," he said, "and I
wanted to look aroynd."
jura. Herman jjort ana William
ITummell, whose two sons were lost
In the fire, will probably die, It was
said at the hospital tonight.
William C. Herrin
Dies at Capital
"Brains of Department of
Justice for 10 Years"
W a s h 1 ri g t o n, Oct. 1 .(Special
Telegram.) William C. Herrin died
suddenly here of heart disease.
Few people outside of his profession
knew Mr. Herrin. But among law
yers, probably no ont had a wider
For 10 years he has been described
as the "brains" of the Department of
Justice, where he was special as
sistant to the attorney general for
Mr. Herrin was a brotheHn-law of
Chief Justice Taft. Both studied law
together under Judge Herrin In Cin
cinnati, where Mr. Taft met the girl
The chief justice and Mr. Herrin
were more than brothers-in-law. They
were the closest possible friends. Dur
ing the time that Mr. Taft was presi
dent Mr. Herrin was his closest ad
viser. Murguia Blamed for
Revolution in Mexico
(Continued From Fas One.)
dez hurried to El Faso, where he sent
telegrams to Mexico City authorities
and Gen. Eugenlo Martinez, com
mander of the northern military zone.
You will find me In Juarez when
you arrive. I will remain until death,
if necessary," the general's message
to tho district commander read.
Many Rebels Captured.
As the rebels moved towards tha
customs house, machine gunfire was
directed nt the loyal force com
manded by Gen. Mendex. The battle,
however, soon was over, with the
rebels In flight and many captured.
Fighting lasted for two hours. De
spite the advantage they had In po"
session of the mnehlne guns, the reb
el could not dislodge the loyal army.
During the fighting Col. Manuel
Ksplmma. commander of tht 4.1d reg- Krnnd Jury, asked for a thorough In
! Intent and three officer who hnd been ventigntion.
made prisoners by tht rebels at the
Kirrnck. tncaped and reported to
Routed .y tht hvy firt of tht
frdornt forvr and flnnk attacks, tht
iIm-I Ut into niiitill grmipt a thry , Knowille, Trim.. IV t. J. Car
fed toutbtant from tht ray towards rUget which oni belong! I Tim
th mountain- ' SulUvnii, Anthony J. Dtl, Mrs.
liuard. ruru llebel.. j.Vuau.t iWmoi.t II and other of
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said that about us? I can not undrr
tand It. Why ihouM ht aay a thing
Ilk that? It nvr pays to aay on
kind thine. And It la ridicuiou to
uty all of ua art dumb. I don't know
coy dumbbell at all. I don't know
"What a lot of d.liKhlful frlrnda
Mr. rtan mu.t havt madt out hrt,"
nald Miu !ltn Ftrgunon. "Judging
by tht company ha mum havt kept.
I feel aurt bt la a charming pereun."
Mint Lola Wllaon. whom everybody
call "tht niitat girl In Hollywood,"
think rithan'a views art ttrrlblt.
"I'm not a dumbbell." ah aald.
"And tht motion picturt propit with
whom I asioclat art not dumb either.
Thry art a Intelligent and highbrow
lot of people at ont could mt any
whtrt. Hy tht way, who It this Mr.
Movie Firm Scores
in Valentino Row
Star Restrained From Appear
ing in Film Other Than
Theme of Famous Players.
New York. (hi.. 1. An Injunction
rentralnlng Rodolpho Valentino from
appearing In any motion pictures
other than those produced by the
Famous IMayers-lAnky corporation
during the period of his contract, was
granted by Huprem Court Justict
Wanservogel, Pending final settlement
of tht rase, tht plaintiff corporation
was directed to pott 126,000 a a se
Valentino, according to tht testi
mony, was engaged last January by
tht Famous Players Laaky corpora
tion at a salary of 11.250 a week with
tht option of renewal at an Increased
salary for ont year, or for ttilt an
other yeor at another Increase. The
Interest option was exercised, attor
neys for tht corporation declared, and
then Valentino failed to appear at tha
studios In Hollywood September 4,
thereby breaking his contract.
Tht screen star'a defense was that
he had been unjustly treated,' had
been humiliated by his employers and
at one time obliged to dress in the
open while making a desert scene.
He has, it was added, had a very
unhappy existence during the term of
his first contract. His counsel claimed
that under ruling of the California
courts Valentino's compensation was
Inadequate and therefore the contract
Platform Declares for En
forcement of "Dry" Law
and Soldiers' Bonus.
Denver, Oct. 1. Colorado republi
cans art pledged to the staunch sup
port of a statepollce force for the
maintenance of law and order, the
enactment of effective laws to curb
anarchy and sabotage, rigid enforce
ment of the prohibition law and pre
servation of the state's right to first use
of waters of Colorado streams, In the
platform on which the party's 1922
campaign Is based. The republican
p r og r a m was Issued following
nearly a week of deliberation by the
members of the platform commit
tee. The passage of a soldiers adjusted
compensation bill by congress, whlc.
will provide for liberal options for all
ex-service men "on a financial basis,
which can be borne by the general
public and which will not be serious
ly reflected In Increased taxation," is
Flat opposition to state-owned and
operated warehouses for the storage
of the products of the farms and or
chards is voiced in the plank devoted
to agriculture. The platform de
clares Its approval of the national ad
ministration. Grand Jury Asked to Decide
Who Is Mother of Baby Boy
Jersey City. N. J., Oct. 1. Tht
Kiand Jury which convened here
was told to try to find out who
Is the mother of an infant boy born
seven weeks ago in the Bergen sani
tarium. An exhaustive Investigation
will soon begin.
A boy and a girl were born in the
sanitarium the same day. When a
nurse brought the Infant boy to the
bed of Mrs. Edward Rich of Jersey
City, she refused to accept the baby,
saying the one she had Just brought
Into the world was a girl. The other
mother accepted the girl. The boy
was sent to the Mothers' Institute and
Mr. Rich brought suit sgalnnt the
J untie 8woxe, In his rharg to the
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THE OMAHA REE: MONDAY, OCTOUKR 2.
Farm Bloe Plans
Fight in Senate
on Railway Act
Will Oppose the Guarantee
Clause and Demand Lower
Hates in Behalf of
Ily (r OIlliK F. .UTIUr.lt.
W lilnUHi ( rmiMBdMil, Ontaha IW,
Wanhingtim. Oct. l.-th'ptclMl Tfl-
gram r Tht farm bloc of tht senats
has declared war on the transport
Hon claims of tht Ksch Cummln act,
Tht bloc propones to fight for rrduc
tlon of freight rates, for repeal of tht
guarantee daunt and for mora power
to state coinmlnnlons In controlling In
Tht fight will bt started at the
opening of the December tension of
conisrewi, coinclilent with tht Intro
duction of tht administration bill by
Henator Cummlna of Iowa to amend
tht act by making striken unlawful
Bcnator Cupper, member of the
farm bloc, say tht railroads were
never more pronperou than they art
now, and that tht only way to bring
about a return of prosperity la to al
low tht roads to "run on their own
and mukt It ponnlblt for the farmers
In transport their crops at a rate
which will mukt crops profitable.
Oppose (Guarantee Clause.
It la tha guarantee claim In the
Enob-Cummits transportation act
which has caused such widespread
discontent with tha act In farming
sections of tht coutry and which lias
teen most bitterly opposed by or
Senator Capper says the farmers
havt reached tht last ditch In their
economic resistance and that tht bum'
per crops of this year promise to bc
coma a liability rather than as as
set because of the cost of transpor
Senator Capper ahows that tht rait
roads art doing fairly well, In spita
of the fact there have been two In
dustrlal strikes, one of them a
railroad strike, and despite the fact
that road have dont no coal carry
Ing business this summer.
"Railroad offlcluls," he said, "estl
mate that for tha last five months of
this year class A roads will earn net
operating Incomes of $410,000,000.
This will make a total of 1900,000,000
for tha year, compared with earnings
of $615,000,000 for 1921. Nine hun
dred million dollars net Income equals
5 per cent of 118,000,000,000, the total
value of the roads and that doesn't
take into account other income
amounting to a considerable item in
figuring dividend prospects."
Has Heaviest Tonnage.
The Santa Fe, he points out, had
the heaviest tonnage in its history
for the first week in August. For
the week ending August 12, he claims,
the loading of revenue freight on
American railroads totaled 852,580
cars. This was 44,331 more loaded
cars than for the same week in 1921.
Many of the roads, he says, are
planning an increase in their divi
dends, among them tha Chicago and
Northwestern which is planning, he
claims, to Increase its dividend on
preferred to 7 per cent and on com
mon to t per cent. Railroad stocks
he says, have advanced S3 per cent
within the year.
Senator Capper points out. that, ac
cording to figures furnished by Sec
retary of Agriculture Wallace, tha
wages of railway employes and coal
miners Is far above the returns en
joyed by farmers.
"If you are to safe the situation,"
Senator Capped concludes, "let me
say most solemnly adn earnestly t hat
the railroads must voluntarily and at
once make furtheh reduction In rates;
or in default of such action, that the
Interstate Commerce commission
must with utmost promptness put
such rates into effect.
"The farm bloc at the December
session will urge the repeal of the
objectionable features . of the Each
Cummins act. Sooner or later this
must be done. Far better to do It
sooner and so bring to an emj the
ruinous endurance contest which has
brought our greatest prosperity mak
er, the farm, to the verge of ruin."
Sun "The Silent Call."
World "Too Much Business."
Rlalto "While Satan Bleeps."
Moon "The Fighting American."
Kmpres "They Like 'Em Rough."
Muse "The Savage Woman."
"Manslaughter," Cecil R. PeMille's
latest cinema triumph featuring
Thomas Melghan, continues to draw
crowds at th Strand theater. The
picture has exceptional romantic and
dramatic appeal and I woven about
a pampered society belle who Is sent
to prison for two year, l.eatriee
Joy, who rarrlea th femlnln lead,
it destined for higher honors on the
een, Thomas Melghan ban an ex
uding rolt at tht protecuiing attor
l.ovtr of dot will find a thorough
ly appealing story In "Th Hllent t'alt,"
fenluiing Htrnnthert, (ierman po
ll' dg, at tha fun theater this week
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MiOuirt h th fvmlntn Lad.
Jt' k H"!t and t'liUI Prun-tt imiii
nw hinot in "Whit rutin flep,"
tht einam attraction at IK liusui
thnlr Ihla . Th piiturt tell
a, t,ry rf how a Mr.LeM criminal
mm Ik. 1.1. M.va
th,Mh tht .no I. f b.ul fill t
Hull tjhtMMttk Hv Hi i,.l of
it, rl ton of a bintip (v.t mh
j a ptrwiaj in ef l-r ISt h cn.lit
iImh up mtotttg t tiot Ki.tt It
tUn o lob Th in. i,u lh ft-
lew f Mill t"!
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Prohibition No Joke
Judge Munger Rules
Lincoln, t. 1 iKhm'1m! I "Tint
Vnlntrad at Is not a joke, and con
gress meant it to I enforced," said
Judy Munger In fUia court to a
bunch of convicted or ronfesn.-d Iwiot
rgui'. "Prohibition i a funny Item
In tht newHipei and in the movie
and thenier. but you won't find It
funny In this court."
II gnva these sentences: James
Havel, MiIIIknh hotel nun, H) and
i months: Jnme Rutt, soft drink
room man, Mltlinan, llQ and 60 days:
Mlk I lei tmg, W liber, Una and one
year: Chnrlet Mare, Wlllier garage,
man, 4M and 30 dut; John (ierioaii,
farmer, Verdun. liOO and a year; John
Zalenkn, Omaha. 1100; George 11.
Kh.ine, timitlm, ln0; Henry JterU.
Lincoln, 300 and three months; John
liehrens, farmer, Wllber, deferred be
cause of Wife's Illness.
Held in Fremont
Boys and Girls Show Ad
vancement in Univerrity
Fremont, Neb. The Fremont Club
and Pet Stock Show, held under aus
pices of Fremont Chamber of Coin
merct and business men of tht city
In co-operation with county extension
organizations of Dodge and surround
ing counties, opened with a flood of
entries by boys and girls. The fair
, the first of Its kind tver attempted
In this community and far surpasses
expectations of tha committee In
Youngsters began early swarming
to tht wiles pavilion where tht show
is being held bevies of clubsters filled
tho place all day long making their
entries and Inspecting the varied ex
hibits. There are two separate de
partments, that for bona fide standard
club members and that for owners of
Pet department is filled with all
manner of living things ranging
from dozens of sp7:les of dogs, ponies,
cats, chickens, birds, rabbits, along
down tho line even to the lowly alli
gator, indicating that young folks
are not at all alike in their choice of
pets. Some two to three hundred pets
were entered to bo Judged by experts
and to compete for prizes.
In the club department there ap
pear some 40 head of hogs, 20 calves
and a couple dozen pens of blooded
chickens. The products of the girls
club too come in for recognition, there
being many fine displays of canning,
cooking, and sewing club work. There
are many attractive booths containing
the things of interest, the interior of
the structure having been tastily
decorated In fall foliage and draperies
of club colors. Many of the clubs
used club names, emblems, and the 4
H sign, the national club emblem, In
their decorating scheme.
L. I. Frisbic, head of the club de
partment of the state college, was
here accompanied by several other
agricultural extension experts, to
help manage the Rhow and to assist
with the Judging and demonstration
Over $1,500 was distributed by local
business men besides many valuable
special prizes. Judging and demonstra-
tion contests were held to show the
rapid strides club members have made
in their work during tho past season.
learns competed from Dodge, Wash
ington, Saunders, Douglas and Polk
A parade was held on Freemont'n
main streets in which appeared many
attractive and original floats by club,
schools, etc., prize winning animals
also being paraded.
"Wet" Candidate Is
Surprised at Senator
Lincoln, Oct. 1. (Special.) J. A.
Smith, 65, candidate by petition for
congress In the Sixth district on a
light wine and beer platform, was in
"I never drink hootch," said Mr.
Smith. "And I do not believe that the
people are going to swallow this
Hitchcock-Bryan combine. .1 can't
understand what Senator Hitchcock
meant by going Into it."
Tho wine and beer candidate for
congress is in the Insurance business
at Callaway. He has lived In Ne
braska 45 years and homesteaded In
Thomas county. He has with him a
circular entitled "What nrohlbitlon
has dons for our country."
He says that prohibition destroyed
45 of the greatest Industries in the
United States and threw 450,000 men
out of work. It has given nothing In
return, he claims, but moonshiners
I.ak Sailors Strike
for Kiplit-IIour Day
Chicago. Oct. I. With the eight-
hour day as their goal, a sirlke order
!i.th union leaders ileclired would
uffe t '5.011'J si-Milieu on Orcat liki
freighter went Into effect.
At the hetiibiuiti'tcra of the i-ill'-iV
union of the tir'iit Lik it watt tin-noimc-d
rl tenth hour efforts to get
the I-ik furrier' a:ntloii to re
open liegot itilion on tlirt lo xliim lit
of the prrnent 1.' hour duV had f Cllid.
Nevertheless, the t"-ef n rx
irred at Union hetdiimi ti l that
llm nhoil.r il.iv would Im granted on
many uf th 4 '0 i iinilxl y
lb ,tt ('itrrtrr' t rt:un, tho
I' &ft-t ntrurficl b- ng w.th
til .( th- I' tlaloMth hOedll-
bill r. li i . v . naul to b a t nll.'l
Mtl )! rot t.i nt on stibn dmy
.. . ,
rite cicn atrraii
Cac Ilrmight hy Railway
Again- Milling Firm In
oIiii; NtlirasKa Law
lTj for Hearing.
Washington. Oct. 1. Tho supremo
court of the I'nlted Slates will recon
vene .Monday for the regular full term
with a crowded docket. When the
court adjourned lust June It hud pend
ing 437 canes, and during the recent
the tiunilmr was Incruwd to 850.
Nono of tha nw casen, utiles ad
vanced, will b reached for argument
for two yearn.
rpmi rouHKembllng, the court win
imliiei i, o.i nfflin. fieorcM Sutherland,
former mmttor front 1,'luh, nominated
during tho recess to fill Jh vacancy
ruuned by the resignation of Anno
elate Justice Clarke.
No decisions will !w! rendered or or
ders Untied by the court during the
first week upon any case held under
adviseini-ut or on motions for rehear
ing submitted during the recess.
Karlv in the new term, however, the
opinion of tho court may be expected,
In five cayen argued at the last term.
Th..., ineliiileit oiinlnftl rases brought
separately by the slaten of Ohio and
Pennsylvania, to prevent west Vir
ginia from restricting the exports
tlon of natural gas, and 4y Okluhomii
for the location of tb Texas noun-
,t.irv. In the latter caso all Issues
have been settled by opinions of the
court except that of the physical w-
cation of the boundury line.
The other cases which the court
has in hund are those brought by th
Chicago ft Northwestern Railway
company against Nye Hi lineliler Fow
ler company, involving th constitu
tionality of Iho Nebraska statute fix
ing the order of reniionslblllty of rail
roods for damages suffered by ship
ments, and the Wichita Railroad and
Light company aimlnst tho Public
rtllitlea commission of Kansas and
ethers, tenting the power of State
commissions to fix rates notwith
standing provisions of existing con
tract. The docket has been cleared of anti
trust cases of national Importance,
but the court has been petitioned to
grant rehearings In some of those dis
posed of at the last term, Including
tho Kouthern Pacific, which the court
ordered to divest itself of the owner
ship and contrpl of the Central Pa
cific, and the Coronado coal case, In
whlfh reconsideration has been asked
on the question of tlfo liability of
certain unions of the United Mine
Workers of America and individuals
for treble damages for the destruction
of property on the ground that It was
Incident to a conspiracy to restrain
The court also has been asked to
grant rehearings in the case brought
by the Haltimore 'club of the de
funct Federal Baseball league against
baseball clubs operating under the
national agreement, In which the
court held that professional baseball.
as played In tha major leagues, does
not constitute interstate commerce.
A number of disputes between states
are before tho court, including thoso
of North and South Dakota against
Minnesota, involving alleged damages
caused by the overflow of the Mus-
trinka river, due to drainage projects,
that of Massachusetts to assert titlo
to land In the city of Rochester, i.
v and boundary disputes between
New Mexico and Texas, between New
Mexico and Colorado and between
Arkansas and Mississippi.
Although the federal Income tax
io,u Vi!i been subjected to much
litigation, it still is fruitful of con
troversial issues which appear in sev
eral cases now before the court while
the application of other federal and
state laws have nrougni io ui im"
their usual quota of appeals,
vutinnal nrohlbitlon is represented
upon the docket by cases from Ari
zona, California, Florida. Georgia,
Ohio and Texas, In several of which is
raised the question of the enforce
ment of state penalties In addition to
Ided in the Volstead act.
One from Florida would question tho
constitutionality of the voistean aci.
An h n c mi i n n that it was enacted
prior to the adoption of the consti
tutional amendment, ana w-ouiu "ri
that "nnssesslon" of intoxicating
liquor is not in violation of the law.
Two Men and Woman
Charged With Stealing
Teeth Worth $500,000
Oinnha ! Leaned Wire.
vetu Vni-k. Oct. 1. Charged with
the theft of f oOO.ooo worth of false
h f,-., ihn Dentist Supply com
pany, reported to be tV largest theft
if dental supplies on record, a woman
ml two men were arraigned in po
ire court snd held in I '-',"""
hail each for examination. October fi.
The trio was arrested Krlday. fol
lowing the nllci;cil ifesnlon of Minn
France Peter. :s, it clerk employed
by tha firm. The others arrested nre
1 nomas PitinlKim, 21, drug clerk, and
Y. M. C. A.
Monday Ev., Oct. 2
firm, lectur frt,
Y. M. C. A.
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Prof, llriiry .'ux, I.ouiV
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This week's gnlmy .f tmii.U.il ar
tlntn, who Mill brn;.. it minnt
from atatlon WfV me p-pf i" nliiUvt
of Omaha's cl.ihnnul t.il,-i,t. The
Omaha Hi-e radio progrmiiH will hn
broadcast from 7 to o'cl.a k each
night from ni nt Irni U iV.
The prognim follow:
Monday Profi-nnor Ib-iuy I'mc on
Vllln. Program In charge of Mr,
and Mr. Prank Helby.
Tuesday Louise Blniddui k Z.ibrln
kl on violin.
Wcdnrnday M. T. Swnrtz, tenor.
Thursday (irnct I'oola rtteinberg,
Friday Prom stotli.n WAAW,
to 9 p. m. Charles Huber In charge
The featured number of eiich
night's program will he announced by
liana Singer Kntt rt.iinn
Hailio Fan in l.'i S Lit en
Radio aiidleni-rn In 13 states ll'-n-ed
lit three lil;hls lust week on m
certs by Priifinsor Jnmes V Carnal,
basso, from station W'HV,
Professor Carnal' repertoire of
song was replete with cinrsliiil and
popular buss numbers. Ho well wan
Ills first program received by radio
nudiencis, that many culled the, broad
casting station requesting the singer
to perform again. Professor Ciii-niil
rendition of "Puna" and "A mil Ltiu
rie" were especially ap-aling. tho
enunciation of his low tone being as
clear na more moderate notes. Miss
Marguerite Carnal accompanied hlrn
on the pinno.
Professor Curnnl lis been responsi
ble for the sin-cess of ninny singers
during his musical career In Omaha.
Very often the fixed condwer
across tho phones will have to be r
moved if one or more loud speakert
or a M.'ignavox la attached in addl
tlon to the phones. It Is well, there,
fore, to have tho phone condense!
connected with a switch.
A system of radlophony now con
nects the Turks Islands and the fal
con Islands, in the West Indies, the
same installations being used both foj
communications between the various
Islands and with ships. The distanco
covered by the radio circuit is about
Radio frequency Is frequency of
the transmitting slgn.-J In its original
form and Is not heard In a phone
set. Audio frequency is the frequen
cy' of radio frequency after passing
through the transformer. The Im
pedance effect of either of the latter
bunch hundreds of radio frequency
cycles Into one audio frequency cycle.
The audio frequency is audible as It
Is below 10,000 cycles per second and
therefore causes a sound that Is in
the possible range of hearing of the
averagt human being. Iloth systems
are desirable and practical.
China's area is 3, ill 3,600 square
Fish nre sold alive In Japan, the
peddlers conveying them through tha
Btreets in tanks.
The best emeralds come from Peru,
where the stone was once regarded
Within a few years the ail rail
route from Cairo to Cape will be completed.
FOR DAY WORKERS
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EVENINGS A WEEK, DURING THE WINTER
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Our Evening Courses
IN BOOKKEEPING, HIGHER ACCOUNTING, AUDIT
ING AND OFFICE MANAGEMENT, TUESDAY AND
FRIDAY EVENINGS; SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING,
SECRETARIAL WORK AND COMPTOMETER, MON
DAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS.
A Rare Opportunity
TO RECEIVE INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION FROM
SPECIALISTS IN MODERN OFFICE METHODS. TWO
EVENINGS A WEEK AT OUR SCHOOL DURING
THIS WINTER, WILL PRODUCE FOR YOU BETTER
RESULTS IN LESS TIME AND IN MORE UP-TO-DATE
MANNER, THAN COULD BE OBTAINED ELSE
WHERE WEST OF CHICAGO.
Train You at Home
THOSE WHO CANNOT ATTEND OUR EVENING
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( !.. i.tin 01. 2 HI GISTI R NOW
111 Aikt B.U.. 119 ia li J4ia. 11!
; Great War Cloud
Malm Seiidtnr Sai Situation
He-Milt of Iniieriali-tie Pol-jt-ifn
ami Intrigue, in
SjM'ecli nt Chicago.
fhleafit, IM. I Another ' n
war cloud Imi-g over Lutope. t'liite-l
Minte H'htlor Wiillun. L Lot nil ft
. tho derlilll-l III no add I ens twfol
Iho Puns club "f fhi'.mo. Iln d
iltned th mlimtlon una the ult
of Imperial. MIc poll.!- nnd Intrlgu.
I'lol nulj he vai In f.ivor i f telling
L'ikI.iiiiI and Iriri.e thnt their poll-i,-
were oti leTinn-d by tht on
n inn - of (lm I'lii'istlun voild and
Hint "you sh.ill find no sympathy or
nilti.ii- In Hon quitller of the glolw "
"We me r.ow Iwing dlui;cd with
nliffiiietil by thou who W'il)d hvt
u put our noldifin lnhllid the Imper
l.litue ,i,ltin of Lurope," tho sen
it t . .1- n.ild. ' ll.tVi-r, t we coddU-d Lu
ll pe long eiiotu:li7 Lurotw needs to
he I.,1, 1 II:- fill and th.it In Hint slit
U Hie author of b-r own ruin."
After Hie wot Id nr, Hi" senator
hinged "the viol mie, tlin f litis
li.in r.ite, 1 1 K in to rli'-ot down and
1:111 .tnd minder the p.-oplij of Kyrla
mid 1-Mil nod India mid make ready
to exploit their oil fields nnd tlieir
laturitl wr:i!th." Me di dared It w
a story 'if "treachery tiowluie stir.
ined In Hie limlory of Warn," after
I routines of liberty and Independ
ence." Th tesult. lit naid, wan that
all Islam wua aroused, of w hit h h
nuld the Ioid alone can tell the con
acq Hi-lu es "
"I think something can be done."
he said. "I think the Christian world
can raise In voice In Justice to th"iw
people ngnliist whom w are now
asked to prepare for war."
f-iudden Inline of brain action on the
pnrt of Hid engineer has been the
cause of a lame proportion of railroad
collisions in this country.
I-'roni IHi.O to the present time oil
production In the I'nlted Htatet has
doubled every 10 yam.
wait too long
Bleeding gums herald
Unheeded, the price
paid is lost teeth and
broken health. Four t
persons out of every
five past forty, and
are Pyorrhea's prey.
Brush your teeth with
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