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The Omaha Morning Bee
VOL. K2-NO. 99.
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To W. J. Bryan, Greetings
You Iihvo com among today on a utranife and
two-fold errurirl. The one i to re-i-kct Senator Hitch
ork to the innate. The othtT !m to elect your brother
"f'harley" to he jrovernor of Nebranka.
Although your home In no longer in Nebraska but
iii in Florida today, it. would be Idle ffr un to nay you
. are unwelcome in Nebraska. Although the voters
have often been in the minority for you, yet many peo
ple have believed in oil, and many nt ill believe in you
and have faith in your nincerity even though often dis
agreeing with the wisdom of your policies. This has
been and H none the less true in Nebraska, your for
Yet, to many men and women of Nebraska who
believe In you, your errand today comes its a surprise
and a disappointment. To them, your two-fold pur
'poses are hard to reconcile with their former opinions
of you. All your life you have said thai you were de
voted to the interests of the people and to them alone.
S'vl you come here in lh interest of a brother who is a
candidate for high oltlce and who.se qualifications for
office seem to consist mostly in having served you well
and faithfully as a subordinate in your personal organization.
jyf The other
;1 help re-elect Sen
purposi; of your two-fold errand is
to understand. You say you want to
!'lp re-elect Senator Hitchcock to the senate, although
you have opposed him ever since you came into public,
life. In order to put yourself in a position to be of aid to
him you say things which sound strangely, coming from
you, and which your supporters of old never expected
to hear from your lips. You say, for instance, that you
and Senator Hitchcock have never differed on eco
nomic questions, yet. time without number, you have'
called him a "tool of Wall Street."
Are not the issues in which Wall Street Is interest
ed economic Issues? Then have not you and Senator
Hitchcock had, In fact, the widest possible differences
on economic issues? Moreover, could a man who for
years had been "a tool of Wall Street," as you say,
ever become a sincere advocate of the rights of the
common people whose rights you have said were
sacred to you?
You say the liquor issue is "dead" in Nebraska to
day. Yet, no sooner did you say this than you took a
train for California to speak there against the abolish
ment of prohibition in any form in California.
You know, too, of course, for you are well potted,
that seven candidates for the senate of h United
States in other states are running on wet platforms or
with avowed wet support.
You know, too, for you are well posted, that 100
candidates for the House of Representatives of the
United States are running today on wet platforms or
with avowed wet support. 7
You know, too, for you are well posted, that the
Association Against Prohibition Amendment today has
headquarters in Nebraska for recruiting members, is
buying advertisements in Nebraska newspapers and is
in every way possible busily engaged in developing
n ntiment against prohibition in Nebraska as elsewhere.
And sff it is with regret to many men and women
( f Nebraska, who still believe in you, that you are here
today. They cannot help but regard your errand as a
more or less personal one, and as a mistake. They
cannot help but change their opinion of the strength of
your convictions of the past, or at least be confused in
regard to them.
Moreover, these people know that your errand
here this week is futile. You cannot help your brother
"Charley" to become governor of this state, for he is
not informed on public matters and is in other ways un
qualified to be Nebraska's governor. Nor does he pos
pcks the confidence or respect of the same people who
believe in you. TJy those who know him best, he is re
garded i9 ft r''tician, willing to use any tools to se
cure his end. willing to exaggerate, misrepresent and
mis-ft ate on any subject in order to make himself No
Moreover, your other errand is equally futile.
You c annot help Senator Hitchcok to be re-elected to
the senate. Senator Hitchcock's day of reckoning has
come. Completely on the defensive as he is today, his
old catch-phrases and war cries have a hollow sound.
You hear it everywhere, to use common parlance, that
Senator Hitchcock "is not getting the old stuff over."
The people of Nebraska have come to know him and
Mr. Bryan, the people of Nebraska could not be
lieve both what you say of Senator Hitchcock today
and what you said of him in the many years past.
Therefore they believe what you have said of him in
the past. They believe as you have formerly said,
that he is unfit for public ollice. In coming among us
this week, you have not strengthened Senator Hitch
edek's position. Instead you have weakened his position
as well as your own. for Jou have changed your words
regarding the senator while your brother "Charley" is
running as a candidate on the same ticket with him.
' The only reason your coming does not weaken
your brother "Charley's" candidacy is because the voters
of Nebraska are already advised of him and do not take
his candidacy seriously.
) 'lle Kept l' Out of Olieity,"i Vmerican Smlicutf Ilu
Political (.siiipaijsn Mojittii liond Iue of I omnia
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Heard by Large Crowd?
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alaff i m tmvndni Thm Omalia Hn.
iliUf, Ni-li., Oil. IV-lHimlal
T'li-Kmm I MlaalnfoiMfiil dy ii-iii''
crMlli! rmnllilnlaa for (iffiica
wrrii tinrwl tily hy 'fmrl II, l!0'
dull, riulll' an an'IWi for v
irnr, mill S Xiiillmaii, cmiili(iii
for miiirm-y sanrrul. in aiiwi'hrs rta.
Iivrf'l lo A M'i rrowl at llf
liiililli'iui i"liv, Alma, OrlrariN anil
ArntliiK!. Tli in i amll'lalr tr
lo ilrllvrr H'lmcii- l Oifor'l loiilflil.
'tnm lira irrlnlii In rum" H'iwii, un
ninMrr who la novrrmir, Mr, llaii'lnll
ijM'liirri). Ixoiim" lli rhli f fm lora In
l Ii lfTWi.'l !' ar Ifiromliig non-i-alal
"We urn lliroilKh tlila rar In rl
li.K tlm fi.nmijunt fur reU' t of (h war
"-trnr)," lii axlil.
"Tlia nix yrnr roml bulliltn ri.
icram oullli.'''! uixU-r a (I'lnoirallc
Kovirnor, lawa for which wis
riaaaa'l ly a (IfrrKM'rMtlu a'lmtnUtra-
llon, l coiiiplM'i'1 rit yr.
"Tha lax for biilMlna; s n-w t
houxc will M 'llai'unli-'l In IM'i, nl
lhT ynu hv h fr(or whlrh ron
(rll.iiO'd liiont Inrwrly lo InPrnaar In
ataln !.'' wlaV'h, Vli with tha
I'lS frojri'la 1 hanillx, wrra InfltiliMi'
mal In Ihrlr Inrrraa in iriiiarlaon to
thr Ion I arliool tut, wlilrh In orn
Inatariica nm 10 Urn hihrrr than in
Sa llryan Virmf.
"Tlila tnlk liy my ipntit that hy
ahiilixhliiK Ihn rrxin 'parltii'rila ho
run rAm mule tax'' 'HI wr rent In
alwiilulcly vrmtK- Why, If ynn louli
llm I'OoV nffxvrn, lh rmtllullonal
r.fflina, lh attornry grneraCa offka,
tli a flr rnarahal a nfTna, th auprrma
I'otrt and every othiT ortV In lh
rtatrhouaa, thin an'l threw
I ha kwa awiiy, do you know bow
tun. h It would ent alula laxei? ,
It wonl'l rulii'ia axpandlfurri Juat
2 ranta In anrh tax dollar. Xnw thoao
nra ui tual flguraa tiaaad on appropri'
"I'll tall you whara to find lh I. la
coat of government. It 1 In tb
nialiitfnaiico of our liiaana aiylutna,
our nl'anlliiry, our tuharcular
hoapllal, our normal chool, our
unlvaralty, our road; th coat of
our tttfila government completing the
good road program Initiated hy tha
damnrrata, tha new atuta houae, the
(7,000,(100 voted hy the lat legfalatura
for our aoldlor boy. Tha e,imt tit
elate government hos Increaaed pro
portionately during fha war with tlia
coat of living of the average turn-
"Whin peak prk-ea Ix-gan to fall la at
winter, what did the aentsble famlllc
Why, they derreaaed their rrverhand
and cut rpnaea in proportion to
tha decreaaa in Incoini.'.
91Z y la Leaa,
'What did our stale government
"Kxa.aly th aairiH thing. The atute
governinant'g levy for 1822 la one
third Ii" than in 1921, a a reHult,
of the uppcliil aeaaion and advantage
taken through the budget of d
cleaning price In Coat of alula living-.
"I demand thut my opponent deny
thi'e fart. The extraordinary in
rreanea are from the three men
tioned by me earlier.
"Would my opponent deny the ol
dior boy thlx $2,000,000 bonu voted
by a republican ' leifllalature?
Would my ojiponent crlticiae the
road program outlined and made com
pulaory for lx year by a democratic
governor and legiatature which we
complete thl year? Would my op
ponent riincoutinue building a atate
houre fitting aueb a atate a oura to
take the place of the dilapidated fire
trap we have at Lincoln today?"
Mr. Hplllnmn likewlae took off hi
glove In lifting the veil of deceit
and buncombe from the statement of
"I followed him on the atump laat
week at Kyta. une," Mr. Hplllman aald.
"When ha learned I waa to follow
htm, ha talki-d two hour, trying
to lire hi nowdv before I began. In
III apee. be be aal.l h hud been HNk
ei t.r.w he would reduce our atate
tuxe 20 ier lent, a ha promlne.) at ;
I'nlk he cool. 1 do,
"liHiik" Nay Npilliiiau.
"'I'ln-re were two tblii b Mid h
uuld mi. Una waa to ahollnh the
'fir n.oi.l.nl a oltlce, the other to re. I
i.tiic the atat automolille llcenaa tux
j iiird now to tiiaititMin atat nd iiun' ,
ty ma. la, S per rent of which .i,
to the county for loulnlainanca, lh.it
;u I, unit pill and almple, if yi.u
, iiiHiliiilieil Ilia atate fir iiuimh.il of
'(, it wmiMn L le.lure atate (iixea a
(c.i.t. Iwcauxi Ih.a ilepartliient la M.p
ti,,i.-, ,y f- fiotn fir Inaiiiunce ,
i. .n.i.ii.lea Ipi are willing In pay for
nil a ih'partnieiit In protect them
f .HU infeaal(.iial firrbuga.
"At for llir autoliit.bila bcrna Inl -,
if you want lo nil it well n. ga,1
'Veil lo.i.l kei'ti tour loada up Any
'ina ill liilt 1 1. .it If oi ,im t.i
' all ft the I.IO IrO f.MOl IM1 .H.iI...imIi-
a i.i-r Mho u the ro.i.ta, In (he
irpit) i.Hi.ai. Ilial a all right ll
i tuy op nion f.irn.r.a winihl l.wr b)
n. h a pun a ilnir aia hoi..li l
ii. iii au'iiiu. b 'ra im ih . i.m than
i on Ilia farm '
1 i H llai l.M rwi. IuImI f.r r pr !
'KUIne. n -l VI- lUitiUII II It' put.
l ien t .t) . He. ;m.UI . rl, t
t otn ll.piiht i 'f In Alloa ly i
iai k lm, H I..I if Tl.a ttahgrr
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pr ii I i.hiiiiiib
Mel Utah New
VMut Mr IU. !i r. hi I
Hi ..lt. lit 4 . , a J.l'.li.f ba.) Wat
. I ' j I l-ii I ' f ' in In
i i -iii i . no l- ii I in i,
tlwa ra lee. iM Ik t
Mother of It Serving
Six Month' Jail Term
Preparing for the -Visitor
Muakegon. M . li, I let.
Anna Iloxer w at humi
j I riiimren w. main an '" .., ,) ((iM
three month of a half ye "'"W
violation of the l.ij.ior law
par. loin. I ,y f'reaident lUrdng
Mr, lunar' tilea In the lino, of
Ier 11 month old bohy, who wan) to
Jail with bar, and of Ih one expected
'.ii, and whli b, had alia not been
raleaaed, would have been born be
bind I'm i, won the Iniereai of tha
Notice of the roiiiulllon of Ih
H-ntenr w received In a telegraphic
oriler from Attorney tiener! Iiuugh
l'reid'fit In l'artiriiiitiii in
(loom iK lint I Not flan
niriff, to Take Formal
I'art in .ampaign.
Wallace to Speak Here
Waahiogton, "i t, 10. tlfy A. P.)
Altboiigb.i'reideiit llur.lli.g la mak
log no plan to take a peritonei part
In the pollilcul rnmpalgn, virtually
every no mber of hi irablnet, accord
log to lteinent today, will take the
atump between now and election day
lo auk for the return of a repulllean
aenate and houae.
Kxlenalv frlpa ire in prom-t for
aeveral mem t i of the prealdent'a
official family, wboae apeerh making
lour will cover nearly every aeclkin
of the country, Kflort, It apl"ar,
however, will ceilcr in the eaat, New
Kngland and the iriiddle wet, but
oine epeeche will be mad In other
pari of fha ntlon, arcordtng to pre
The preeldenl friend may be aee
ni nereaJty for going perwmally lo
the country for an endoraement of the
renubllcan almlultr(it.lon. Although
he i participating in campaign coun
clla, hi o:lat y, be i not
likely either to make any partlaan
aneeche or Inane any atatement aak
Iiik for election of republican. Ill
view are reported a coinciding with
tboae of hi airly manager who
are averae to the iawtiing of party ap
peal from the White Jlouee.
Cabinet Plane Trip.
The cabinet, however, with the
alngl exception of Secretary Mellon,
la preparing to do It ehare mrougn
peech makin In the fight for repub
lican victory in November. Few of
the department head have made fixed
apeak In g engagement, but all have
arranged lo be ttway from Waahlngton
or in a polllon to elt the regiflar
array of part peilblndera at the
peak of the battle In lata October
and the firat day of Noveml-er.
Some date and tour have been ten
tatively arranged and will lie an
nodtfircd 11 wa said, a noon a ft
complete proapect of the altuallon
can be had from the party chieftain
who will determine where cabinet
ap-akera are moat needed.
The otilv definite apeaklng date
made no far by Hecrctnry Hughe
at IJoaton, where be I to epeag ve-
tobcr 30. In addition to a. full Il"t or
candidate for houae oat, Henator
Ixidge, the republican floor leader In
the enate, and .chairnuin of the pow-
rful foreign relation committee, I
a caniiniiite ror re-emciioii nu u in
be auptwaed that Mr. Hughe, In hi
JloNlon addrea will touch upon the
udmlnlatratlon' foreign pollcie.
No atatement ha been forthcoming
on that subject, however, In advance
of the Htate department head actual
entry Into the campaign.
.. r'ew Ilale Fixed.
Hecretiry Wf - li will precede Mr.
Hughe In Maanachuaett. having ac
cepted an Invitation to apeak In Boa-
ton October 24.
Attorney General Duuuherty ha
definitely planned only two platform
appearance during the campaign
f'hlcago, October 20, and Canton, O,,
October 21. It I aald, however, that
undoubtedly the attorney general will
make other peecbe with the prob-
iTur te Fata Twe, Celame On,)
ia s r mil ml v. i I
wSfi W T l Saw ; mm" a
o a ; e i n
K c ) o r led
.Si-iiiJ-OffiiJJ ,'Iim' In I 'on
tiiliiinilf Fay I'ltirl
col of .lli .
i i if
Probe of Coal
Hearing Will Je Held Over
Country Committee? Will
1 What do you want a bet
ter pomtion a more com
fortable room a new home
f Kveryboily ha ouie big
want anil s lot of inuller
onn on the aiitn. Vim want
lo be mireaaful and rotn
fortalile the two want
? But you know what panic.
ulr thing sr on yuur
nt i ti il today and whatever
your immediate want are
a look through the
"Want" Ad columni of
The Omaha lice will help
you satisfy them,
The Want" Ail an ti.m (.f
The Omaha He i a clear
ing huuae of I tm want and
(fer of Ihe, people of
Omaha, f'tety day you'll
find new r-pporlui.itif .
get what )'u'v been look
If what i.i want in't ad
lertlted here, turn your
wUbet Into a r.alily tail
AT Untie f 'Mill ami aik
f r "Want" Ad lak
OrmiJia lit "Want" AJt
Hint Htthr .-init
a( t.enff C'oW
Wsahirigton, Oct, 10. I'reeident
Harding today announced the person
nel of the commission which i au
thorized by an act of congrea to mak
n exbAUtlve Inveatlgatlon In botn
the bituminous and anthracite coal
field with ft view to recommending
legislation designed to bring tranquil
ity to the industry.
John Hay Hammond of Washing
ton, an internationally known mining
engineer, heads the list. The other
member ere, former Vice I'resldent
Marshall, Judge Kamtiel Alschuler of
hlcago, Clark Howell, editor of the
Atlanta, ('". Constitution; fJeorge
mi Bmlth, director of the United
fltnte geological urrey; )r. YAnnxd
JJevlne, New Vork city, and f'harte
Nelll, manager of the biirf-au of
Information of the southeastern railway.
Karly Meeting K peeled.
Tli commission ei ill meet In Wash
ington within ten day for the pur
pose of organ (zation, it was stated nt
the White House. It I expected to
hold hearings, both in thl city and
in the variou coal field, and I re
quired under the Korah-Wlntdow act
to report to the president and con
grea not later than next January 15,
Thl report would dual with the bit
uminous Industry, but a (separate re
port of the anthracite committee would
be required on or b'foro next July
Among other thing the c.tnimlKslon
will in'iulre into will be the owner
ship and title of mines, the prices of
coal, organization end person con
nected with the Induslry, both In pro
duction and distribution, profit of
producer and distributor for the last
10 year, bibor conditions, wage,
wage contract, waste and Irregular
production and Ihe cause of labor
disturbance In the coal field.
Plan lixhauslive Probe.
Also the rommlssloii I to inquire
Into and recommend regarding the
standard, aitlon of the rnlne with the
possible closing of those unable to
maintain that standard, atandirdlHi
(Ion of th coat of living nml living
(Condition among miner and the ad
) vliil.ll;(y of leg,Mlatlon having to do
j with government or private owner
i ship, regulation and control.
j The rotiimisalon is expected to ill
V. ile itaelf into subcommittee which
would f , m it in t iiiiulliieou uniuirli't
In I he aeveral piuu-lpat cil flelda,
sin h a lb central i ompeliiive d:
tril l, Ilia iillthi-l'll llWtl'lil, the wet'
em il strict and the anthracite ill
Iru l. A fund of l?0u nun bin beef,
appropi rtti-d fur tha tnul, m.iih
la (.',uliel lo Ii" the Hi. ..I eh,niHve
ever roiiilii.teil l.v anv ag.my of the
(mlelnl go i ri.lliellt, 'f ll Conilll . Uolv
era w,ll leiine .ilry of I? ,trti it
year phi h,
hy W, J. Bryan
'tAvr Kewrvc JJonnl Ko
V.oiunnnn hy iVolr-tJ J)-rn-orrat
in Vrettumt .Sjirrrli,
Wtslpolnl, Neb,, (u t, 10. IHpecial.;
.losing; hfa first day campaign In
Nebraska hr bt night, W, J, Itryan
condemned the member of the federal
reserve bank nd declared that tby
wre respnlt,l for the tumtMUm Into
which tb nation wa plunged, and for
in plight of the farmer.
Not a wir4 of commendation of ill
federal reserve board w expressed
by Mr. Kryan, Keiator HUwa:M,
third-tenn at ndlIate for the eenate,
In bl speeches wer tb nun ha ld
that be wa largely responsible for
the creation of (be federal reserve
board, and Mr. JJryan' w,1uitrm.
comment wa regarded by many here
a a sideswipe of the third term candi
date, Mr. Hryan flayed tfliigrea for f,as-
ing the tariff law, which bit ay will
cost the public 1tween three end four
Mlllon dollar a year, and also for re
ducing the taxes on large Income, and
eliminating the exces profit tx,
Jn aiieaking of stale Issue Mr,
Hryan condemned the code law, say
mat it wa largely responsible for the
high taxes of today, which be said
have been Increased from $11,000,000
to 12,000,000 tinder the code yi,n,
Charles Hryan wa nominated for
governor because of hi record In
Lincoln, aid Mr, liryan,
"lie lias made a record of hi own,
and wa not nominated because he Is
my brotl r," (aid Mr, Kryan.
Kdgar ilo ward, democratic nominee
for congre In the Thlid district,
siioke bere before Mr. I!ryan gave
Mr. Howard twik a hot shot at the
KsrhCummln law, cbiirglng the biw
wnth partial reaponslhlllly for the
farmer' plight. Mr, Kryan, who fob
lowed him. Joined in the contl,in-
tion of the law and the audience
It wa recalled by many of the lead
ing democrat that Mr. Hiiclutoclc ws
a supporter of the r,.'h furumln
law, and It wa freely aald that Mr.
Hitchcock will find out on election day
that be la far from popular in this
section i,t the stale,
A feature of tonight' meeting wa
that (he name of Woodrow Wilson
waa not mentioned. Thl wa com.
mented upon by tiemocrata aa another
hot at Mi . Hlfrbeuck, who ha Isised
hi claim for popularity on hi up.
port of the former president.
Fred Brown Trial
Halted to Prolyl
Judge; JIi? Ttkr- h'srly A
journmrnt to 'rreni
Juviiil H-ariijf $s'
To prevent a bevy of young high
school girl from hearliuV MimUU
testimony In the Kred ',rown trial,
llslrlct Judge l;slle awljourned court
at 4:i yesterday afternoon Jut be
for tli cm examination of Jean
Jetikln reached a point not At tor
juvenile ear to bear.
Tb girl, about a dozen, occupiel
wut near the front In tb crowded
court' room and seemed much disap
pointed when adjournment was taken.
I'erson under age will not be 4
J-n Jenklfi did not weaken under
gruelling cros-exj initiation which
lasted most of the afterrnsin, Mbe
even grew sarcastic at times, When
she wa asked by a. defense slfmey;
"Jrown didn't bit. you with fb sap,
did he'" h replied: "I wouldn't be
bere now If b bad," When the law
yer asked, "Did Hriwn go down Into
the cellar, feet first?' she snapped;
Certainly. I'o you think he went head
Hh said she I 20 year old nd ha
lived all her life in Omaha. Kb wa
married In March, 1921, and I di
vorced. Her cross examination probably will
be finished thl morning.
Borah Calls lor
nslin ril lit.tirwiii Hale ,
re Ortlcrnl in Miiniri!
j. rr.ii.nii civ, Mo, ts i in ii k
I' II, lr ! its ll. ,.. ,i li atipt I liilrli.)
enl, orip ia.1 a la pi i i i.l i !.. I u,i in
rale im f ie I sliipu g bad and w i..
Iii nl li. iii une i I, -I . , by all a,
fie I tbtmi. hi I aid iii.uiuiin
i.aU'ri a i i-inii-wi es ituii, lui.lii.sa
ill I;i.iiiI It.e lulu, Inn Will b j
cull, etfi-iua i, oilier I) A'hoiI ,
I I'l , I'li.lnlH.I sic nCi'il' l I
I'lagtH1 in Jii. '
Ajfaiiiei (Jrsin luwn
tltHt. tact. lWeious liprlalngs
Nv ok uned In the north Cnm aaua
and (leri-glavh districts, in . or. Ill, g to
leheble lepoita leaihlng here.
The iilithrniks Weie ..1,1 to ,e
lieii rauaed by the lifiimil nf the pwi
pli. of those tegloiis In p.iv l ha anuii
I.U Til ll.hai ri. of the I hi nf
:i.i In Ibe.H iti.in. is ha i a refused
to report for tb aunv
Tie re la f ahlli.il between tha punl
li epe.iioi,a s.-nt ,y War SI in la
ier Triilsky and Ilia li.sui.nls, Jjit
a. inpnrt a,iy ilmt the prnpla of the
Tel el ,rm I. , cr Im Ip Jiiiiii ,a in
1111 i, Is,
Meridian, Idaho, Oct. 19. I'nilel
Htate Henator William U. liorah, re
publican of Idaho, demanded "a politi
cal revolution conducted at the ballot
box," In the keynote speech of hie
Idaho campaign here last night. He
told an audience of too iwrson how
tsms in every community, every state
and the nation had leaa-d upward
since lll.i and aascrted that Ihe alt
uallon "la making bolshovlsts."
He said that "a fight for fiscal r.
Ilef I light for ihe American bome,"
Slid lllged llm necessity of Ihe people
taking Into their own hnnda "the In
iruinrntaliile of power In politic."
The senator laid down this program
Add nothing to our present burden.
Cut all government to al.aolut
eg sen I la I,
tiling bom every Amerban aoldier
Jtcluca tb army t.i l'iti.000 men.
Collect tb Inteiesl on Ih i.suonal
liealor tb exi ess profil lx law,
I'as a federal liihei lir.i t law,
tiiv roiiiplei pul.liilty to Income
KstHbllali a I Hi l credit si stem
based on agricultural 'nisiesis and
dot ii.liili.erit.il liileteais.
!niiirit I'liiii (.'niiiMioi
Consi.iiil.iioplc, ill! 0 'flu. M'i'
dal'.a i oiiv i' til , nit b-is I. .i n;ioif,
1 or'ln.a' In . ml off ie.,i nil, in
eii b llg liefii I'ill l PI
Ivdidoti, in I in ll'.y A, I' I Afir
liiiioiroo Pi.y and lnl'iropioi,,
(be woik of l,e Mii'l iii a innli iim
rim bed a coie bid. og (ion. yes-fl
Willi Ihe pi i P' l.i'it i''ll I'l li"l l'.il..l,
Ida ol ii.liUlnl i (,is. oliilive, f,,( ai
$ fitm,iii of (Ik (.rods d Huool lo
by all the all is, h I. as trol, O"0
Mnl.t.(,loo d'-aii.b'd I' Would KH
lo llirt Talk tb'ir a Iks w.IIiIii ii
Tb" Kii.n iitioii, 4 ii.s,,o inj. iff H
,biiiK,s, if iln.ao on ltii.it hi.'",
sbo,ig alroiiKly f "I ( run ll
inflijeni on (be e,le ,,f lt,e K'foul
lale, I "ft..! r it. Hie liri i k W.ll e,,c
Kate , ,1.1,. ii Tl.ci'S w ,ih, n Vi itav
nod (if.pleie Him tiiinnf.r (' Hi"
Turk In an iiddlCoinil moiiHi, 'flu
Tin k, all ivll adfoliibli'itlon will fob
low l los.-ly on lb be. I of (tie ilr.
fmiUliie 'leek, Ihe rol.r" If.iOsf. r
being under Hie eopervieiou of ib
allle'l roiasions and gll.ed foic.-a pro
visiomilly S'luiifing Tbraye, ii.ri e
ceeslilig S'VIU b.tlilllOll. Tile (HUH
le r of 'I'mkiKli gndrm-rle In tb
provlme during Hi" Interval I btl
llll'lefioed (o the !, let ton o' III"
Kernibais, subject Id allied sppiovel
I'lsa) Neutral ',imr.
'I'h 'furs, on Ibe r a:d, undertake
not (o place an army In Thrace im
HI peae'ls ratified, while new Hell
lr,l wmea will b delimited by fixed
eoiimlssioti '. " ,
I'tnH 1'itnlm expr.-d I tin hope
that bis government would approve
tbo convention, end promised un an
swer at 6 lb s evening, As (he titi'A.
Uovrriiiiii'iil lias Instructed Its dele
gate to sign the r.nveiit!oii If Hie
Turk sign, llicie pi-fir gmel plo
pe t of M peaceful sw-tlfefi, f(, leading
IM gi t, end pe' conference,
The Mulish cabinet m-t this after
noon, hoping lo I" In posses-ion of tb"
Angora government' enswer, but a
(bl was not forthcoming, (be n:i!e
Or dispersed, Tb"y kept, bowver.
In close touch, so a to Im In rendi
nea wben'lh r'fdy arrived,
ten, Harlngton, in preenl,nc lb';
vinvti(Pn t lmet I'mmIm, de-lared
Hist It was O'rest Hrlln' Isst word
end refnlnded (be Turk of tbo ri
on danger of provoking a confl'cl
Rrllafn I Vrturr4.
fieri, Harlngl'n expressed Hie be
lief that tb Turk would sign, but
added fhajt Oreat I'.rllaln wa pee.
pared for any event. The protocol
give no time limit, for withdrawal
of the Turkish force from (be ti'-n-(ral
none; It eimply say "with all pos
sible speed," Hul, If (bey li?n th pro.
tisol, the Turk undertake (o respect
the neutral 7me until willed occupa
tion cease, There is at id no word
that Ih Turkish forces In these cone
have attempted lo execute H, or-
dT of withdrawal, euld to have ben
glvi-fl by Wusiipba. K etna I.
Mhould the Turk sign lb proto
col, there will still remain the d f
flclilt question of (he peace rotifer
enc and parti'ilrly the nest ion of
whether the Hussion and Hln'k se.i.
stale will participate In II, The so
vlet refusal lo ratify Ihe Krassin
Cr'iuhart agreement I generally con
idered a an attempt to bring prea
sure lo b'-ar on 'rent Hrifaln In tin
(.'liicairo Hoard if Tra1f
U ill 'IVl N.-W Irrain Ai l
Chicago, fat, 10, filreclor of (be
Chicago last rd of trade voted tbi eve
nlng to t'-st the constitutionality of
the gram trade act Which vest In tb
eecretaiy of Agriculture 'be powr
to leguifite (be deiilu.g lu futures de
liveries of grain,
The law lo be ('! d wa re-eiilly
enacted by congress, to Income effc.-.
live .Vovmiier I. and was intended to
replace a former law declared uncoil
si, I. Hi,, mil hy H,e I'ri'l.'d Ht:.lf so
proie court. Action iik.iImsI the mk
Vloiia law whs not t . . I. . 1 1 hy the IimI
of trade but by Imlivliliinl i..ii.,i,.os
In ths supreme court' decision ii
to lb former int. Chief .luetic fa f!
said the suit alum), I h u e hi . u fli. ,
by the hour. I Itself, and s.n h a i mi e
i lielllg followed III the ,mel,t r.i-e
Think of Hitchcock
INI l V il ll ....t.h
Ih S. pi tip, .laiMiiiaa i
t it M(. Iieapip.r bi. slals
tll-t!,l IS i-i . IH l.'Vl't
,ik,.h -. in can hai.t I"
I'n. Ii it I I T. V i shun lli i. sit
l . , - I.,,, ,- .11.. i tM
On lbs rdllmUl pita ih lb
Ouisb lire pilnls' si. nral art t
id J llf(M Ui wbuh be review
and aViiHiiiHrt I ha isrwtal of Wee)
ale llilibiiak. tha aeiisl.'a mi
lMiailM.ii wioiisn siiltiass, was u
eH et Ilia lepnir Murrest an) bt
nmttnium aeii WtH slierl tr.i.t
Ika are Ihe Ihne a,iMl f alias k
I', a I his inhlf w w 1111 ive
Irsra tH-.ia V J III as
huHMr let ma Hllilt li
I et r I nor n Hie ItHibnak Ikkel
!) I lad I d bt I tin an
. i ilipik. i. ll.l, li k Hi
lltt'lli IS l4
Stfi l Mit(ht Cnfiiili ic,l:
Title Now W iili t;-ilili In in
NrW Voik, O.I 10 Til ftuhh
bein rtei-l roipi,nit n.ii ,.ii, ,(,, ,,f
Ilia ,, H I WUlllhl Kin I I iilllli.liV ; !
' finally roinpletrd lint v
j The ileal was foimally . I a. I ., . i.s
j lleihb belli board of itreilm l,
j fineiii.iin, nd On etui i.i.oii i,
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liilhsiln liiiiiie mi Ida f.. i l:ir of
llm friendly l.li.n l.p.il.ll.. I, as
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