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THE SUNDAY BEE: OMAHA. DECEMBER 3. 1922.
Heat of Stars
Los Angt-lra Astronomers at
Mount Wilson Measure
Iam Anseles, I & Itealdenla ut
1m Anelea awl I'ssailena era hurre
In too mm h midnight oil a rt 1 Inter
(Tin with the effort! of adentlsta
(if tlia Hmtlhamiliin institution on
Muiiiit Wttaun to measure tha temper
ature of the etare Mini determine what
kind ff climate they hitve up thare.
Ir, C. O. Abbot, well known author
II y on dWeix'C, I resiiunsllile for tha
Dr. Abbot ha Juat completed some
rxti-nalva work lit Mount Wilson, and
In an nfflrlnl report says;
"Tha alvamwieter wa used at tha
Mount YVIIaon olmcrvntury la much
mora sensitive than any ever lined
l for. V got hitherto unobtain
able resulta In mniNiirltiK tha heat of
tha atiira throtitih It and by tha aid
of tha 109 Inch Mrscoie,
"Jlut at tha moat advanced etag
ut our observations wa found that ao
amill a, thln aa tha turning on of a
Uicht In a house down In ruaudena or
Is the Urn AriKdoa district would dla
tiirb tha Klvanomter. Tha electric
win there would throw tia off to a
disturbing degree. I don't know how
w are Kolnit to offset this.
"We measured a hundred millionth
deree temperature i-huna," said Dr.
Abbot, "and a trllllonth of an ampere
elect rlo currant. Tha varloua star
ara extremely different In their speo
trurtt distribution. Thla throwa llfc-ht
on tlinlr temperature, which seems to
run o from 1,000 to 19,000 degree
f'otton la tha llrst contraband of
wiir, because It la tho principal In
sredlvnt of smokies powder, and ran
ba combined Willi nitric acid to pro
'luce a high explosive,
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Women Good Sleuths, Says
Girl Finger-Print Expert
New York, . II.
Women are better than
men on deuil detective
work, aivording to Mlaa
lngeborg Charlotte Jlll.
tier Nl"ln, attractive
and Intelligent It yar
old Innlh finger print
expert who attended tha
International police con-
faience here, Mlaa Hell'
nr-Nilen appeared be
fore the conference, an
aaaeniblaga of tha "beat
minds" In police and de
tective rlrole of tha
workl, and explained tha
effective ayatrin which
la employed In her na
At tha conclurton of
tha conference aha waa
echeduled to nuike a
tour of a number of
eastern rltlea to explain
tha workinga of the aya
tern to other law-en
Of tha system Mlaa
llullner NliUcn auya:
"llealdea tho usual
data on a criminal' rec
ord, name, hlatory and
general description, we
ua a ayatein of flgurea
culled tha 'portrait
purl,' which can bo
telegrnphad to another
pine In cum tho kUN-
pect escape from our
Ity. If a permm at tho
other end, whorecelve
our im-KHage, learna Unit
the fuglttva hna a 'typo
one chin ami a type
four" ear, with othc
numbered featurra, h
ciin eend out an expert
who can picture those features In his
mind, and who will arreat tha crimi
nal nt alght, without any photogrHph
to Identify hi object of peurch."
"Ivtall of finger prints huva num
bers, too, and we aend them along to
to compared wllh print, of soma one
who la hitch ted. That aavea t lino.
Tliey don't have to compare wllh, tha
old prln I a that are hard to get. All
trioe printa and number Rio Hated
In a centra. Identification bureau and
tho formula la telegraphed or cabled-
Good on Detail.
"Women aro good on detail," ron
tlnued Mla Hellner-NlcUen. "They
never mi email points and have
keen powera of observation.
"In detectlva work they are uaeful
at deaka, at joba which men hate to
alt down to men would rather go out
and hunt for tha criminal.
"Women are not generally uaed In
police work In Denmark. In Copen
hncen there aro five who attend to
children' cuhch and to women va
grant, whoae number hoa a direct
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relation atwaya to unemployment.
Thera la no vice In Copenhagen."
Do uk la McKay, aecrctary of tho
nntlonal Dollco cniference and special
diiuly police comtnlaaloner, aald of
th "portrait parlo" ayatern!
"Ttlfl varloua point of Identlflct'
tlon are claanlfled to a fine dugree,
and a aiilendld ayatem of coding en
ablva police to transmit a complete
(tcacrlptlon by mall, phone, wire or
cable. The receiving end can always
tell exactly what aort of person Is
Only aorloua crime causa trana
grtesnra to be 1 luted at headquurtera,
and grent effort Is made to koep all
crlinlnul out of Denmark.
City Buys Entire
Dut Sentimental Natives
Loath to See Public Square
Akron, O., Dec. 2. In a few weeks
Akron will own the village, of Botzun,
known as Nllea, O., half a century
ago and one of the oldeat communltlea
In this part of the country ,
Akron council has obtained options
on all the property In the village, ex
cept a bridge and the public square.
h"ot sentimental reasons ownership of
these tiistlutlons has been denied, old
settlers declaring they will not per
mit the sacrilege of turning their
city park Into a garbage disposal
plant, which is tho fata destined for
the property when the buildings have
Harry M. Hagelbarger, law director
of Akron, ia now negotiating In an
attempt to alter thla viewpoint. Tha
purchases Include streets, dwellings,
churches, stables, blacksmith ahop,
soft drink parlor and grand opera
house, and tha price agreed on la
$15,000, The garbage plant Is to cost
It is said this is the first Instance
of a city purchasing in its entirety an
adjacent village for any purpose.
Man Gets Third
Set of Teeth at 68
"Lads Raised in Old Days Are
Hardy Ones," Says Ex
Walla Walla. Wanh., Dec. 2.
"The lads raised in the old days are
the hardy ones. You can't beat
This remark was made by George
Maxfleld, 68. to a group of ex-service
men at the United States Veterans'
hospital here, who consider them
selves 'pretty "tough."
Maxfleld bewildered them still fur
ther by remarking that he will be
eating corn off the cob next summer.
Asked what thla had to do with
It. he displayed three "newly arrived''
teeth of the third aet he la now "cut
ting " Maxfleld explained he had only
recently lost hla acoud set of teeth
and averted that the coming of the
fust of the third aet la proof of hla
virility. He la backed In hie stand
by local dentlsta, who any that the
incurrence I wellnlgh unprecedented.
Maxfteld. whu waa for yeara a
guard at the slnte penitentiary here,
now hold up hla end with young men
at manual labor en the hpltat
Fat Man Hloiks Jail HrrA.
I.uIUm , Tax, !, J I'rlaotiet
i-l.nn. in the rtutnty Jail, heediUa
the rati ft tha 'il vutdowra."
rnii.-l ta vah ' a hole la the
t. tMr of th'ir eU ThiMt thla
fttur ef them .'1 No aut h l k
fmr h rolun! H W. rpia-MUng. Wh
aa next In !" Ma amck tat Ik
), K'ul-t ma b lr auhr for
ail or Wkwai-t. aad aa foy4
fmt flna! aM ! If t (
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atxaj-ltii'g M efceif ut-puia
uk U-vaa ti re h,e4 aitaj la
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W. . Dv. 1 f
ilie,twa:a h9m iw-a-eg mimsI are
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nxaty, v .tsit-ia-t at ' i
4 t4uf el Itul Ift K.
Technical and South
'A IV Clout Mectinni
Until After llolulayt
Twhnkal U Y will rloae Tuealay
right until after tha holldaya. Dr.
Paul Calhoun will apeak to tha boy
at the meeting, which will be held at
the boye' divlalon of tha "Y" at t.l
to be followed by a awlm.
Houth will hold Ita dining meeting
of tha year at tha boya' dlvlilnn of
tha "Y" Tuesday night, December II,
Their regular meeting ara held eat
week at Wheeler Memorial church In
Houth Omaha, After tha special mee
Ing the hoy will enjoy a awlm. The
apeaker at the meeting probably will
be John W. Humble, vice prealdent
of the rlrat National bank.
Kor tha flrat meeting after tha noli
day, Tech and Houth will hold a rally
at the boya' division of the "Y." Each
club will furnish aeveral muelcul
number for tha program, a comedy
moving picture will be shown an
general aociat time enjoyed, Th
clubs will go back to Illble aludy
ugnln after thla get together and con
tlnua until tha cuuiee they ara atudy
Ing la finished.
Technical ond Houth HIT clul are
having tha beat year In their hlatory
thla acuaon under the direction of
Paul J. Ocknn, aaslstant boys' work
secretary of the Y. M. C. A,
Many Parents Giving ,
Ch ri stman Mem bersh ip$
Many Omaha parent Bra planning
to glv membership In the boya' dl
vUlon of tha Y. M. C. A. a gifts to
their aona for Chriatmaa thla year,
lA'ttere have gone nut from tba
boya1 division to 2,000 parents aug'
gestlng this aa a gift for each of
Kach year aeveral hundred parents
have ptirchosed memberships for their
boys until It has become a custom
Thera are soma persona who hsva
no son or their own and wno want
to give a worth while gift to soma
boy. The Y, M. C. A. helps them to
give a year's membership to some
boy who cannot afford H,
Joys' Division Notes
C. J. flhaw, educational secretary
f the "Y," waa In charge of the
Saturday noon Bible clase yesterday
In the absence of K. E. Mlcklewright,
boys' work secretary. Mr. Hhaw la
dean of the Saturday noon cluh, hav.
Ing taught Bible class in this club
for the last seven years.
Eoys of the "Y" are anxiously wait
ing the chance to slun tip for the
game tournaments during tho Christ
mas holidays. Tournamenls will be
run off In ping pong, cue roque,
checkers and chess, and prizes will be
awarded the winner of each tourney.
Blanks will be ready to sign up on
In another week or so.
K. E. Mlcklewright, boys' work
secretary of the "Y," Is spending tha
eek end In Manhattan, Kan., speak
ing to the Kansas stata Older noys
oonference and conducting discus
sion on Hl-Y methods and programs.
Over 1.000 boya from all over Kon-
aaa and representing 100 Hl-Y clubs
are attending the conference.
The Junior Employed Bible club,
meeting on Wednesday night every
week, Is having a fine season. Movies,
swims, games, etc., alternate witn
Bible study so the boys are getting
an all round program.
Twenty new boys' books have been
added to tha library this laat weeK,
among them, several of Zane Grey's
stories, several of Oene Ptratton Por
ter's, some of Booth Tarklngton's and
complete set of tho "Radio Boya
new series. Three new Tarzan nooaa
also have been added. These books
were purchased wllh candy profits.
Jirls of Old
o Says Y. W. C. A. Worker
Who Defends Modern,
Atlanta. C.n., Dec. 2. H is the
bservotlon of Mrs, J. Scott Furrlsn
Richmond, Va., and president of
the city's Y, W. C. A., that tho girt
a score of years ago got Just aa
uch pleasure out of exceeding the
iclal speed limit as doea the girl of
today, and that nt heart she was
just aa blase and took Juat as many
hancea aa the modern girl with
bobbed hair and never-tiring vivacity.
'Inwardly the girl of 20 yeara ago
loved all the llilnca our modern girl
es. Phe took Just as many
hances, but he was lesa open about
and consequently 'got by." aa we
ould say today," declared Mrs. Par-
sh In an Interview here, where she
aa attending tha southern confer-
nc of the Y. W. C. A.
Mra. Parrish. who la a mother, said
ahe could not agree with the popultr
version regarding the preent genera
tion. "Hut our Udibed hnlr, tievertlring
varloua girl of today will be the
mother if tomorrow and she will
make a goo! one. I cannot t-lle
hi w i,
"I hae all confidence in our happy
oluiky, frank and abaveboard trl
today," eonllnunl Mia. I'aritsh,
Sh has an nany tutu that typify
tha teal Ano-ilras at it I."
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Fint Swimming Meet
of Series Held at T
Tha Drat of a series of boya' awlm
miiig meet a waa la id at the "Y" pool
laat Krlduy night and the boya com
pried by clasaea. It waa a, meet "Juat
for fun," aa Carl Waigrl, boya' phyal-
cal director, railed It.
In tha 10 yard awlm In "A" claa,
Irvln .Nelson won firt, Philip Price
econd, and Millie Thomaa, third, In
"H" clna, lHn Jirown won flrat,
Donovan Oouldln second, and William
I'ra third. In claaa "C," Joseph
llushton won first, J, N, Klrttey aec
oud, and Harry Jsekeon third. In
"D" class, Jame lluhton got flrat
place, Ham Amnto aecond and J, Ken
In th JO yard back etrnke, "A"
rkiss winners were mills Thomaa flrat,
II. peteraon aecond, and Irvln Nelson
third. In "II" class, Ixut Itogers got
flral, William I're aecond and Don
Brown third, In "C" tin, Joseph
llushton got flrat place, franklin Car
penter aecond, and Kuymond I'liim
mer third. "D clnsa winners were
Ham Amato flrat, Jamea llushton aec
ond, and Julian Ken third.
The 40 yard awlm clasa "A" winners
were Mill Thomaa, flrat; Irvln Nel-
aon, aecond, and Philip Price, third.
In clasa "H," William Ur received
flrat place, Blllle McCulley got aec
ond and Donovan Oouldln third. In
"tj" class, Joseph llushton carried off
first, Harry Jackson aecond and Bay
mond Plumiiier third place.
Different event will feature the
Monograms Awarded to
Captains Club Member $
Interest and enthusiasm la growing
In th Captains club In tha Haturday
Noon Bible club. Klchard Devareaus
wna admitted to tha club laat Sat
urday im a regular riijitaln, but Is un-
assigned aa yet.
Monogram wera awarded last Hat
urday to Moyd Leslie, Don Rogars,
and Palmer Gallup. Monogrsme had
been awarded previously to Donald
Carlson, Charles Johnson, Blllle Coin'
stock, Arthur Brown. Blllle Brooks
and William Ura,
Captain will take tha leadership
in factory trips, movies, game totirna
ments and all activities of the boys'
division during tha Christina holi
days. More monogram will also bo
awarded to captains In junior III Y
on Thursday night this week.
Record Potato Crop.
East Palestine, Den, 2, Frank
Kannel, Unity township trustee, har
vested G50 bushels of potatoes on two
acres of land from 22 bushela of soed.
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SAGE TEH TURNS
t's Grandmother's Recipe to
Br in &; Back Color and
Lustre to Hair
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
lossy hair can only be had by brew
ing a mixture of Page Tea and Sul
phur. Your hair la your charm. It
mnkea or mara tha face. When It
fades, turns gray or streaked, just an
ppllcatlon or two of Sage and Sul
phur enhances Its appearance a hun
dredfold. Don't bother to prepare the ml-
ure: you ran get thla fa movie old
recipe Improved by tha addition of
other Ingredlenia at a amall coat, all
eady for use. It la called Wyeth'a
Sage and Sulphur Compound. Thla
ran always be depended upon to bring
nek the n.itural color and lustre of
I.'ver) body usee "Wyeth'a" Sage and
tilphtir Compound now becaus It
tirken a. i naturally and evenly that
IrfHly inn Irtl It htta lieen applied.
ml simply ditiip-n a sponge nr eoft
rush with It and di.iw this through
halt, t-iklng on iiinll strand at a
tiine; by niotmng lh gray hair ba
d!..i.x irr.l. m stlrr aiinthr appll
istln It lartoinra Iwaullf ull V dark and
l Hr.ua gl.vsy nl lusin u.
Million in Hold in 1'asy Ac
cess in Territory Once Ilus
siu's Oriental (ods
Peking, Dec. 2 - M mgolla's "Ur
ine; Buddha" hue gmin Into partner
ahlp wllh a firm of American engl
neera for th development of mineral
resources. Thla la tha first time on
record that the exclusive deity has
entered Into business dealing, but In
uch day of high living coats even
tho goda are apparently feeling th
need of a Utile extra cash, Cnnoea
alnna have been granted Including ap
proximately 250,000 iiure mile of
territory, the possibilities of which ge
ologists declare almost unllmlatad.
Preliminary survey show that
stores of gold amounting to many mil
I i f ibii. ii a lie within ci' V im- ,
The area wa originally ceded to Bus-
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alan, who. In ronperatlon with Mn
gollan pi luce and the Chinese gov.
eminent, aecured the conceaslon. Va
rtniia political Inlrlguea and Internal
dlaturbancea made mining difficult,
and In 1U0O th work lag gruupa were
reorganised Into tha now famoue
"Mungolor" cotntiany, tha atock of
which waa aold lu nearly every coun
try of the world. One of the large
subset Ibera waa the late King Leopold
of Belgium. I
Bolshevik aticceaaca In 1920 mad ,
further (erationa Impossible. By a
series of dismal io eplaoilea the leases
and concession full to two American
engineer, Edwin W. Mills and J. Y.
Manning, who have now the control
of the com puny, which they hav re
Incorporated aa an American concern.
The future awma unusually bright
since the Mongolian government haa
ahown lla willingness to recognise all
titles In return fur a portion of th
profit. Hlmllsr arrangemanta are un
der negotiation with ltusla and
China. The shareholder ara auffl-
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THE Balmy Climate of
San Antonio makes OUT
DOOR LIFE enjoyable
throughout the winter.
Radiant skies and wonderful weather
exhilarate the poller, hunter and
fisherman. Tho ALAMO, cradle
oi Texas libortu,, and the Spanish Missions give an
atmosphere of historic romance. The contrast of
medieval and modern architecture hi a tropical
setting great skyscrapers alongside century old
Churches and Mission:, with the San Antonio
River winding its watj through a progressive,
pictures cltu ol 200,000-interests the
visitor with an enduring charm. The mountain
A scenic wonders all about the cltu aiiord pano.
rama that eclipses the imagination ol the traveler.
There Is nothing just like It in all America.
Medina Lake, the Japanese sunken gardens,
immense natural parks and superb gol( links,
where the game is plaued the tjar round, com .
plete fascinating environment. Modern hotels,
lauklitg in lirst place with America's llneit, and f,;-,
the splendid theatres and tales, cause the tourist -M'V1
to feel at home. An abundant, pure artesian
water supplu, the proslmitu to the Guli coast,
and the great CHURCH f.S, nhools and col
leges, make Saa Aatoula an IDRAL placej ia
rear yu chlMrest aad pursue ptroiltable
business eareet, Wrtte the Chsutbef ol Cow
inert, San Atsoaka, Tests.
elcnlly International In prevent ag
gression from other countries who
miiihi claim a vloiathm of the "open
A report made fur tha I'ttlled
Hlatr IVpartment of Commerce call
attention to th fact that thua far tha
anveial ntllllone of dollalra worth of
or already marketed were taken from
placer In a comparatively restricted
territory 10 mllee wide by Bit inllea
long. The rest of tba 250,000 eriuara
mile have hardly been prospected,
although there ara known to be oth
er gold placera here and there which
have been worked In a amall way by
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