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THE OMAHA PEE: TUESDAY. OCTOHER 3, 1922.
Officers on I5oth
SiiIps of Ronlor
Hunt Hcvolt Chief Crsll1 ,)eleels
iCapt. Valverde Thought to
Hae Escaped to Y.l Pao;
Prioneri to Fare
Kl ro. T. x . Of t. Federal u
thoritie ni both side of th border
.it tiiaht were searching Tor pt
Fel,c:ano Vuhftdc, leader of the r
volt of thn 41.1 ns nunt In Juare
fcaturduv rim ml it k. which w
mashed by On. M'-ndex, gurnson
Jtellef that he hud escaped to HI
I'aao, where It In a.-ild h bus friend
and relumes, wns strengthened when
three horses tnken from tho regt
mental at able by dipt. Vulvcrde, were
found nt 11 yesterday morning, one
of the hoisee ws Identified as tlmt'
rlild'-n by the tnitti.!n Itninc; the lit
Ninety nine soldier prisoner! will
V taken i.i Chiliushun iy fur trial
by a mliluity court, Oun. Martinez,
omtiiand-r i f I lie northern military
gone, annoum-cd. While the general
mil nut huziird a statement e to
what the fliiilliift probably would be.
tourt martial (f rch-l forces often ro
suits n execution.
Juarez win restored to It old Jole (If
vlvro ltint night. Klreeig were crowd
ed, while, cities mid saloon lid a rush
In business. Save fur gossip on the
street, there was no indication 'hut
a portion of the. garrison had re
volted Saturday morning and hud
been defeated in a two hour battle
aliotit the. custom house.
Thn number of dead win reported
ns followH jinU'rd.i.v:
tieven rebels, threo executed ri
oners, two fluid guards, ono private
of the second regiment of mounted
gendarmes and one rlvillaii. At Lib
erty hospital tlirre were five wounded
rebels, mie loyal soldier and four civ
ilians. Three officers wounded in the
battle were In Kl I'aso hospitals while
several soldiers, fiscal guards and
civlllanM slightly hurt were at their
homes and had not been listed.
"The situation is quiet und I prob
ably will leave fur the Mouth soon,"
(len. Martinez said. "Troops which I
brought to Juarez with mo will re
main here until further arrangements
Oitoher Term of Omaha
Dirlrict Court Opens
The October term of district court
waa opened yesterday by I)lntrlct
Judge .exile and Sheriff ilike. Clark.
The flrnt criminal cise will be tried
today, that of Thomas Sullivan, one
of four yomiK men charged with as
BaultinK two girls on tho West Podge
rond two years iiro. Stanley Fox Is
now serving four years for the crime.
Joseph O'Hare sei-ved 22 months.
Amos Gorman turned state's evi
dence. Fred Brown, Benson "chain man,"
and Jim Marino will ro to trial next
Monday. Brown ia charged with kid
naping and Marino with first degree
at Ivonjr Distance
Operator ItrporM lfceiiiig
usage on Min
eral Hreming Set.
For all around reception, II i
doubtful that any irjital will iv
better results than may be had from
(ruleni. Merely procuiinc a iJece of
alena and puttlnr It In your net.
however, will not ilo. It Is necenaniy
to procure a large sized ple and
break It up Into smaller pieces, test
Inar each piece. It may be iiecetmry
for you io try a Kreut many pieces
lfore you find one which la truly
sensitive, but the task Is entirely
A very good method of testing crys
tals Is to have 11 douhle detector stand
or two detectors which may be
thrown Into the same receiving circuit
at will; one is tuo-d with any crystal
and the other Ik tixed ns the test stand ,
by placing vjrlous crystals In It. As I
soon as one crystal Is found which)
gives satisfactory u-sults it may be
used ns the standard and ollwin may
be compared to It. In making the
comparison, some single transmitting
station should lie picked out and the
strength of Its signals used as the
fare of Set.
The crystal is the heart of the rrys.
tal receiving set and some of tho sets
which have been thrown back on the
bands of their manufacturers by dis
satisfied purchasers would have given
satisfaction If a little more enre had
been exercised In selecting the crys
tals with which they were equipped.
It comes more or less as a shock
to most new radio enthusiasts to learn
that the commercial operators on
shipboard have received signals with
crystal sets, without any amplification
whatever, over distances In excess ff
8,00(1 miles. One operator, In making
n trip from New York to San Fran
cisco by way of the Straits of Magel
lan, received pivss dispatches from
the old Tiiefunkeii station, located nt
Snyvllle. I,. I., nearly every night
of his voyage. Another operator, on
trip from nn east coast port,
through the Panama canal, to Corral,
Chile, which Is some 200 miles south
of Valparaiso, received press, weather
reports, and time signals from the
United States naval station at Arling
ton over his entire trip with the ex
ception of four dsys, nnd these four
days were spent In the Torrid zone
wher the static was extremely
innisll-Allierieail Coal Men to Consider
War Hero Dies at I Nw Agreements
. j i'teveiaiid. O, m, 5 (tsy A. I'
1 1 mm ni llMiiirlilirA,pr,,,"HU,",,r '" rprenttitivs .f
11UI11L Ul JtllIIl II I j bituminous mieratois snd litlneis fmiil
Ohio, In. Ham, Illinois, r'ennivniii4
aii U1 Virginia will lnel here on
MumUy to ronmder matters pertain
ing to the runl Industry which tmve
been subdued silo- (he mine strike
endsd, iut to nuike arrangements f'T
4 cottfi-reiietf n. t January when nun
ere wsgea for the coal yrur bcKl'ining
April 1, l:i, are to be f.a mutated.
Another puipie of the conference
Mill be to Initiate nil Investigation of
tot Industry concurrently with ihut
t be rained on hy ttie fact finding
c.iiiiiiiIoii to be appointed by 1 'resi
The conference also may recom
mend representative union officials
and operator for places on the pre
sident s Coal coinmlrslon.
Nurses Walk Out
Man ho Commaihletl Ore
gon on Famous Yo)ae to
Key West Kpire in
Long B. ai h, Cal., ( t. S IJead Ad
mlral Charles K. Clark, who. when
a captain, coniniiicl-d tb butti.sbip
Oregon on it fainoua voyage from
Kn Francisco to Key West and later
In the battle of faiinago, July t. 19,
In the Hpunlsh-AmerUan war, died at
the home of his daughter here bite
today, lie was 71 years old.
Admiral Clark, who retired from
active aervii-e in l5. and later cuius
fioin Washington, 1. C, to reside It li
hia daughter, Mrs. Charles F. Huglo-s,
wife of the present commander of the
Bevrutli battle dlv,..ou of the l'a
clflc fleet, had lieen In apMtrently ex
cellent health up to 10 days ago,
when ha suffered an attack of hunt
troublo. This grew gradually worse
until death overcame him. Hear Ad
miral and Mrs. Hughes warn with him
when h died.
FtincrH 1 services for the famous
mtVMl dtllcer will be s.mpl and at
tended only by Intlmute fcenda of the
family. They will be held nt thn
Hughes' residence hern nt Tues
day afternoon. Admiral K. V. Kherlee
column nder-ln-chlef of thn 1'iiciflj
Meet, and other high i.ftlcers will attend.
Li"Jitniii Hits Oil Tanks; '
Damage I'Jare.l at $250,000
Han Francisco, Oct. 2. Lightning
early last night struck two Or.uoo bar
rel tanks nt the Union oil company's
tank farm at Oleum, 15 miles from
here, on San Pablo bay and set them
afire. One contained crude oil ani
the other refined product. The dam-
ago several hours later was estimated
Tho bolt came during thn first
thunder storm in this region in many
months. One section of the roof of
one tank, a piece of heavy metal 20
by 3a feet, was thrown fit feet. Em
ployes at tho tank farm devoted
themselves solely to keeping other
tanks from taking fire. They were
assisted by a west wind which Mew
tho flames from the main plant ut tho
farm, distant some 400 feet from the
Cairt Pay Alimonv
I'lyer Seek to Have Judge
Cut Monthly AcMiient
vhat 't his Buttalo Physician
Has Done For Humanity
Tha picture which appears here of
Dr. Pierce of Buffalo, N. Y., was taken
in 1S10. ' As a young man Dr. Pierco
practiced medicine in Pennsylvania
and was known far and wide for hla
great succesi in alleviating disease.
Ha early moved to Buffalo and put up
In ready-to-use form his Golden Medi
cal Discovery, tha well-known tonic
for the blood. This strength-builder is
made from a formula which Dr. Pierce
found most effective in diseases of
the blood. It contains no alcohol and
Is an extract of native roots with
the ingredients plainly t-tated on the
wrapper, dood red Hoed, vim, vigor
and vitality are sure to follow if you
take this Alterative Kxtract. Dr.
Uiercn's Golden Medlcnl Discovery
clears away plnuilea nnd annoying
eruptions ninl tends to keep the com
plex Ion fresh and clear. This Dis
covery n.-ivccta tho disordered condi
tion! In n h'k stomach, aids diges
tion, acts ri a tonlo and purlflea th
bliicd. Write Dr. Plerco'a Invalids
lloti l In Buffalo, Y.. and receive
confidential medical advice without
thargn. All drugrisfs sell Discovery,
tablets or liiju'd. Send JOc for trial
Thn widespread extension of the
uso of the radio telephone Is begin
ning to affect the mining Industry In
some quarters of the country to such
degree that the supplying of
crystals of certain ores has become
a small Industry In itself.
These mineral crystals are used as
detectors that transform the pulsat
ing electrical vibrations received by
the antenna Into those that can be
converted into sound waves by 'the
telephone receiver. The bright
cubical crystals of galena, a natural
compound of sulphur and lead, is a
-favorite dectector, and pyrlta or chal-
copyrite tho flrft a combination in
chnmleal form of sulphur and Iron,
and the other sulphur, iron and cop
per are also used.
s The British imperial government
plans to connect Great Britain with
South Africa via Cairo and Nairobi,
by a series of short-rangn stations.
The South African station ot this
chain Is to hayo a range, of from 2.000
to 2.500 miles. The present radio
equipment in South Africa, operated
by. the rostofflce department, consists
of three stations one at Slanekop on
the Atlantic coast, near Cape Town,
one at Durban, and one at Port Eliza
beth, opened about a year ago. ThW
latter station is of one and one halt
kilowatt power and is designed to
cover the coastal area between Cape
Hermes and Cape Agulhas, hitherto
screened from or out of rango of tha
Slanckop and Durban radio stations
for vessels sailing close to the coast.
Ka.lio at Y. M. C. A.
The Y. II. C". A. have reenntly added
radio to the educational curriculum.
The first lecture will be given In the
Y. M. C. A. auditorium with free admission.
"I love aviation, judge, I am stay
ing In It In tha Interests of the
science of flying," declared Andy Nlel
hnii, "parson uviutor," In District
Judge i loss' court, where ho was
seeking to have the temporary all
inony of hia wjn, l.'nans, reduced
from WO to ITS a month.
"Don't you make enough money
to pay $160 a, month for the support
of your family?" asked the Judge.
"No, there Isn't much money In
flying. I am sacrificing myself b-
caiiee I love it."
Thn wife'a attorney showed that
Nielsen has paid an average of only
143 a month even since the order for
1J0 waa entered.
i ne Judge took the case under ad
visement. Nielsen tried to talk to
his two children as he went nut hut
they politely avoided him.
Naff Pelieri ritimatiim auJ
Then OuiU Following
The entire staff of tralnsd nurse
t the IHiuglaa county hospital "quit"
Sunday night a Hunan io a dl'imte
brtwern thrill and ttuperllllrlidrfit
"We called their Muff," Mid Mr.
Wtatrrgard. "They delivered their
Ultimatum Saturday, but It didn't
get them anything. Their place are
already taken by new atatf ot
tratntd iniroes " ,
Mis dra.n Biadley, brad nm,
KIlMhrth W'inohtdl, I.ucv MeNetl.
Opheli.i Krrkltr( and Mary ll"ii
man are the five nurse who are out.
Mi liiudlry a position pay 1150
and board a month.
The walkout la Mid to have fol
lowed a dispute over authority.
Lenine on Jolt Again.
Moscow, Oct. 2. (By A. P.) Pre
mier Jnlne la to resume his duties
today, according to announcement by
acting Premier Kamenoff and Mme.
Tomorrow ho will presldo over a
n feting of the council ot commis
si! rs when tha International situation
will be discussed. .
Davis Asked for Opinion
on Referendum HalloM
Lincoln, Oct. S. An official npln
bm waa asked of Attorney General
Clarence A. luvla by Secretory of
Plate Darius M. Amslmrry to
whether separnta ballot will be !
quired for thn referendum law to fn
oted upon at the general election
A vuriance appear! In tli 1922 tt
utei In regard to the point The eec
tlon of the law In regard to ballot!
declare or separate ballot!
referendum Issues while the sample
ballot Illustrating the law shows the
referendum Issue! to be a part
of the Mine ballot aa that containing
the rallies of candidates.
Heretofore, according to Mr. Ann
berry, ballot! had been printed and
election had with referendum tneua
use printed upon the Mme ballot aa
the candidate list.
Fiiniiklied the Omiilia Auto Club.
All rajol In gonii rnmlitloni, with
WMtb'r ciar at evrr point.
Traffic Cop Weds Fair
Speeder "to Reform Her
Sioux City, Oct. 2. Cupid rode on
the radiator vf Miss Fern Amelia Con
nor's high powered automobile s he
drove recklessly down Mornlngslde
boulevard, pa,troled by Carl Nyberg,
Miss Conner, who Is a daughter ot
Arthur M. Conner, former Sioux City
banker, eloped with tha officer, who
used to make motoring miserable for
tha dashing society bud who li now
his wife. The wedding was kept a
secret until last night.
"My wife used to drive over my
beat so fast that I had to stop and
remonstrate with her so often that I
Just decided that I had better marry
her nnd teach her how to drive the
There was an exceptional radio
concert Inst night from station WDV
w hen The Omaha Bee will broadcast
tho talent of Omaha areo musical ar
tists. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Selby con
ducted the concert.
Following Is the program:
A) AJtrins on n-ila
l.t. J'sui Jai-kaon. I' 8
(It) Th O.J4I Violin S"ln
Mnuilful Knmrir Kriur
Anrinnillio ! Mars
finnM Muled ,..KriMilr
Uii'i J- Kriir
I'o-f. Ilnrjf Cox
K' Vornl ! tiwin Max Ohntsn
tD I "1 "t I'rmiUM .- Vni-tl
Smlls Tltru V iur Txn.. Vnrsl
Lot a lh l.wn Vrl
(I TK Waiiio.f l'i nno
prtltet m i' Motor .......... Pians
Mim 11,-l.n W.l
(D Tnt 'a A 1'unila. ... Vwal
Kf Y-'rt Alon .V.-l
1 aa l''y at H haal ,.k4
tteMD l.tjt aunm
itt M wry j t ?
lt"i the iUtn wsrmtH thai iv
th )uk nlisf tnw run th
i eo W the . K pt MaW nJ
Ainatv IVa'H - Kf itilha.j
all trf M TaM. ( M.Wa)
ewtMd to W 4 MiwitMai
a ( a aVall a4 al.aaS
off tK ou duv
(V. taa J lk Wl -a, Ma-le
Make sure the name
and dodge the blame!
you'll get the blame
OF ALL THE KIDDIES
and the grownups too
IF YOU FORGET
to say to your grocer
and nothing else will do!"
DO YOU KNOW WHY?
THERE'S NO OTHER CORN FLAKES
just like Post Toastics
FOR FASCINATING FLAVOR
for cheering crispiness
AND ITS GOLDEN-BROWN COLOR
of the fidlripened corn
OH YOU'LL ALWAYS KNOW
FROM ALL THE OTHERS
after one spoonful
FROM THE BOWL THAT CHEERS
the bowl of energy
AND BODY-BUILDING NOURISHMENT
for kiddies to play
AND THEIR PARENTS TO WORK!
youfll know Post Toastics
BY THE YELLOW AND RED PACKAGE
in the grocery store
AND YOUR APPETITE
will always know than
BY THE WHOLESOME SATISFYING TASTE
thats why everybody says
-POST TOASTIES ARE
tntis in gooil tastd"
-improved com flakes
M1 ty I "est aw CVfc-J Co., Inc., UttU Cre, Mk,rin
on Livestock Exchange
One of the vi.l"ra it the stock
yard Monday w John U.niin r. vt
aran cattle buyer of Kana I'ity.
While here he It making bit horn
wnti his brother in law, llomt-r Win
der, bvsd tattle buyer for th local
"If I bid known that Omaha nj
the sutioimdlng country had su h a
Irilliaut future :0 years ago I would
have located here," said Mr. I.oriiner.
"The country around Omaha la Ilk a
garden with II thousands of beautiful
Mr. Irliner started In the livestock
business In KatiM City In Iks!, start
ing with Hading t ker and feed
ers and filling order for Chicago buy
era, lie i-xrct to atav hue several
A roiiaignint-iit of fcj brad of top
ricti h finlsheil laltle averaging I.0R7
pound I roiigbt to the local losr ' Meel lily at ftf 3J and !eatiie at
krl by lleoijie l.uiber of Wj.nrr, who ' in , and K.itmday at Crte at I"
H-. rUr,i 111 ,1) a hundred, the bl.tia.t .,i. st i and IUld Clly al I.
P4ld for full ll at tha mal lda
Thlee caiload of fine gisaafed
I'nltrd Angti steei wer tnai kl4 at
tha stm k yard by C. C. Koater ot
Mat. who waa accompanied by hi
eldest son, Joe,
"Th shortage of cars to send live
tixk lo market ha lnterfred With
the gam," said Mr. Foster. "It look
me threa week to get cai enough to
ino luy small ahipinent and many
farmers are waiting lo get car! Itt
which to ahlp their rattle.
Tl... i,. hit if iba twi nle of the
jl niud Hist. I Mth.ut l,o0,ei
'day, tha northern lake f urnlabllg
j one fourth of the f.jial production of
' th counti).
Democratic Senator' j
Speech Dale Aiinouneed
fien.dor llitthixx k will aieak at
Mlnden this morning at 10 in, Ken
a thn afternoon at I and Hastings
thla evening at I. Tomorrow he will
speak at Aurora at 10 jn, Osceola, al
t and York at ; Thursday, il. iirv.i
at 10.30 and Hebron at t Jo, Friday. ,
New Arrival Daily al
Big Drug anJ Toilet Good
Sala at the
5 SHERMAN A M'CONNELL
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