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IMPORTANT HAPPENINQ8 OF THI8
AND OTHER NATIONS FOR
SEVEN DAYS GIVEN
THE NEVSOFTHE SOUTH
What It Talcing Waoe In Tht Sout.
land Will Be Found In
The Southeastern Fair, an annual
event at' Atlanta," Ga.j threw open its
doors Saturday, October 11, and will
remain" open until October 18. Every
one of the big exhibit buildings was
ready for the opening, t something
unique for fairs. '
The Republican leaders in the Sen
ate boldly claim that 49 senators will
support the Johneon amendment to the
peace treaty. This is the amendment
designed to give the United States an
equal number of votes with Great
Gabriele Hansen, self-styled psycho
analytical detective of Memphis, Ten
nessee, who has brought about the
arrest of three persons in connection
with the murder of Robin J. Cooper,
appeared at the office of the district
Rttornfiv at NnshvlllA nnd fh rltat.rlr.t
Foreijrn ' ; attorney makes the statement that
Advices to Helsingf ors, Finland, re- the package contained convincing evi
port Nikolai Lenine, the . Russian Bol- dence of the detective's power. The
shevik premier, has been placed un- district attorney says that Hansen is
der arrest in Moscow. Leninle is said a genius, and has given the best prac
to have ordered the arrest of Trotzky, tical analysis of a baffling case which
but, like Haman, found himself in the the police had given up that he has
toils. ever heard.
sheviki is reported in full swing in killed two policemen and got away,
Moscow. J,, hut a searching party Js hot on his
The -German , government's appeal trail.
to General von der Goltz's troops to To encourage the building of homes,
withdraw from the Baltic provinces a federal system of home-loan banks
has proven successful. The troops is proposed by the department of la-
have declared themselves willing to bor. This is a measure which was
return. . warmly advocated by the Progressive
The British steamer Sizerga Castle party, which died in Chicago in 1916.
has been sunk at sea. The Afel re
ports she has taken the crew of the I Washington
British steamer on board. The country's enormous corn crop
A Helsingf ors dispatch says the Bol- has run unharmed the gauntlet of
shevik government is willing to begin dangers that it faced during the
peace discussions with representatives doubtful days and nights of Septems
of the Baltic states at Dorpat, Llvo- Der and lays into the lap of mellow
NEW BUREAU OF MINES LABORATORIES IN PITTSBURGH
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An elaborate program-was arranged for the formal' dedication. September to October 1, of these -iiew labora
tories of the federal, bureau of mines In Pittsburgh. Inset is a portrait of Dr. Van H. Manning, director of the bureau.
M" ' Those Wh,
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Full and Fair Replies When the Enumerator Calls Are Likely to Aid
the: Farrner to Success Every Question Be
Asked Is an Essential Question Not Too Early ;
to Get Facts Ready for Census Man, '
SEEK JOBS FOR CONVICTS
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Apiculture.)
Washlnenn - Vhlpn th tvnsna pnn-
nia, it Is declared by the Soviet for- October 43,000,000 bushels more of merator comes around to the farm
eign minister. npenea ears man it could promise at shortly, after Jnnuarv l Wt vmf. he
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a rencn major and tnree soldiers r!.uefiluuul5 ot e onw. will ask some anestlons that mav
were wounded In a riot at Sarrebruck. Slow but continued progress over a ound'llke prying into the purely per-
m occupied Germany. The riot is said Period of several days has brought sonal affairs of the farmer Now the
fc have grown out of a labor demon- such an improvement in President farmer.' like every other aelf-resneet-
.tmtiAn .w.n. vj-u u Wtkni,'., nnHtin .t- -v-, lttrmer,- use every ouier seir-respect-.
ing in which the Spartacans joined announce that he is much stronger. ZJlTV 1,?!
ish government passes to another. No m gthe developments in the disposal
sooner is the railway men's wage cri- surplus sea Island cotton now in
thinks . about this thing In advance,
may have a disposition to be unrespon
sis surmounted or deferred than the the hands of the government. Sena- H? tf V1117 reslstant.
miners demands for the nationalize- tor William J. Harris stated that a
tion of m.nes confronts the cahinet. I great many inauiriea wem hainf mad
Denial that the JaDanese threaten, of the director of sales rnnrpmtn questioa ana Has a direct bearing on
ed to back the Cosascks against the special cotton, and that a good price r16 personal welfare and prosperity
Americans "in the recent incident at was expected to be secure dhefnr nv U1 lue mamauai larmer as wen as
Iman, north of Vladivostok, or that more sales were maded. upon the advancement of the agricul
any apology was demanded by the Much excitement in political circles ture of tb nation as a whole.
Americans, is made a statement is- and extended comment in -the Dress When the bureau of the census de-
sued by the Japanese general staff has been caused . by reported receipt j cMed to take the farm census in Jan-
at Tokio. , of warnines from Great Britain on A Luary Instead of in Anril; it rfirt Rn
Frequent introduction of anti-Japan- the United States to Italy with re- upon the advice of the United States
ese legislation In the legislature of gard to the situation at Fiume, says a department of agriculture. The farm-
caurornia is one 01 tne reasons for Rome dispatch. let is less likely to be very busy in
irritation against the United States Legislation designed to put into ef- January than at the spring planting
In Japan, said Baron Yoshiro Saka- feet the famous article 27 of the Mex- and breedlne season, and hu nrminnt.'
tani, financial adviser to China, speak- lean constitution against which Amer- and live stock are in better shape for
xxxB aw "W""6 uuuer uie auspices lean, tfriUSn. JUUtcn and rFench EOT. Statistical trentmont A1crt
of the American-Japanese societies at ernments have protested on the (mention and there r nmKM
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" v kwutiow uicurtuBerieu iu me agricultural
tion of foreign owned netroleum de.
UOTnestlC posits, has met with a check in the UnitnH uu a
Forty-seven airplanes, piloted with Mexican senate. That body refused aeriraitnr
n-na orMnt(nn AmA..n tlU. I u vtit ""'"i'D 4
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the continent and return, in the great- money will be used for the purchase
est speea, endurance and reliability of United States goods.
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contest iu msiory, wnne irom aan Concentration of nracticallv all
Francisco -fifteen planes took the air available army flying stations along
ior me ease this rnnntrv at tho oir atatinno lnn
Eight accidents in -which three per- the southern border has been announe.
sons were killed and one injured had ed by the war department under "rec
been reported to the headquarters of ommendation of the director nf ii.
tne American riymg Club at Mineola, service.
wnicn is co-operaimg witn. tne army Heavily increased use of
air service in conducting the great candv. soft drinks ice rrm nrf nth.
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irau-Diazing aenai contest. a- iTiirios in tho TTnit gqa,
Judge Elbert H. Gary, of the United hne the first nine months of iqiq it
States Steel Corporation, a represen- is announced hv the United stntoa
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lauve oi tne unsuspecting puDllc, nas ear etmalization hoard, means tht
unconsciously, projected into the na- such over-indulgence in sweeU "must
tional industrial conference the issue EOw be curtailed in some sections of
upon wmcn tne paney oetween ,capi- the country for the next three
uu anu iaDor promises to iuncuqn or months."
ioii.. aue national sieei striKe Drawers of checks who have no
oners one oi me iunaamentai dll- fnds in the hnir tn
ferences between employers and em- going to find much harder sledding
ployes which must be dealt with be- after the new banking law goes into
lualcllal Piugieas can DO AffAnt on Jnniiarv 1 H5(V Thn a
made. The employers and organized law makes the drawing of a check
iauyjl "ay" wonie to griys over tnis is-1 without funds to cover it prima facie
T. . ... . .. . evidence of fraud. All that the so-
marneu aoiks yam oy iar xne larg- H.itnr -will hovo to rt wiii'W ,t,K.
est proportion of the revenue derived the hd chv T),Dn i k
from the.income tax during the calen- tn thA )ir,(,wi1,tn'flhnw ,Q fI
Is trying to aid the farmer.
Here are some questions that will
be asked : "Do you own all of this
farm?' "Do you rent from others
part but not all of this farm?" MDo
child Is grown the farm paid for and
the money that used to go to pay off
the mortgage available for sending
the children to college. V
Now to the department of agricul
ture that looks like a thoroughly nor
mal, healthy and beneficial process. To
Just the extent that tenancy leads to
farm ownership, it is a good thing for
the country and for the individual.
Full Answers Essential.
But it has not been possible to get
a complete, nation-wide survey of the
situation. The forthcoming census
offers the opportunity for doing that
If every farmer will answer the
enumerator's questions fully and fair
ly the department of agriculture will
have the data from which to analyze
the situation accurately and to deter
mine what things can be done to best
advantage to help the tenant in his
aspiration to become a farm owner.
One of the directions that aid may
take Is encouragement of rural cred-
'-.w ! jfl
v" 011 1 in in k- in
fort ue an imn,Jr,,l
declared Senator 3?
chairman of the ,,7 01 C
tee. which re S" ""O
"on of the Uzei ?
-burffh dctr.; inKe m tha
Asserting that abont v
steel workers are of f ' lf ti,
cannot read, write or SD"?lrtHj
Senator Kenyon said 2 J S
aims of Congress as ft , N
committee inquiry ahouwT f
canization legislation be
In a formal statement Se
yon said: beilatoru
"I do not desire to discus v
strike nor the reanZ';
therefor at this time n aDie
tee has not as yet complete!
vestlgation. I think it p
say, however, that , IssliH
turned from the PittsburX
strongly in favor of some a m
zation bill. 80me Amenc
When you find that h 8nni
these mills over 60 p
workmen cannot read, write 0tL ,
the American language; h
necessary in these mils t nv,,?a
to. in all kinds of langW
timo for the a '
timo for the American
sented by the American-ft
givo determined consideraUon !
some plan of affording these fowl
citizens an opportunity to learn 2
the institutions of America stand to
"Many of those who cannot speai
our language are yearning to hn
it and want the opportunity tn i.
about our institutions. Most of ftea
Dr. E. E. Duddlng, founder and head
ita finding 'all of the ways possible of, the Prisoners' Relief .society, and have subscribed for Liberty h!!?
. ..rt,iUS ic juuuB ioiujw tu gi uu uHsisiani, aiiss uveiyn Abbott, out now can they know am),
the monev that he needs tn hnrmw it Th KnHotv ha
- - i vt tuuiicu a. tauiyaigu i auuui Amenc? .
dar year 1917, but single men who are
"heads of families" and other single
men also contributed a considerable
A national budget system complete-
it without criminal intent
Col. Rudloph Medek, chief of the mu-
reau of military affairs and represent
ia uw.esary, inereiore, to Know what to raise a million dollars from a mil- they cannot speak
yrupuruou OI larmers wno aavance non people. One of Its rhipf npHvi- mm
irom lenanis to owners Have "to bor- ties Is the placing of ex-convicts in
rOW tnOtlPV tn mnlra tha KhnnaiD nrA I cnlfakln 4.K. K W 1 t i i . I . .
: " """- juus, uuving Deen piacea duim SIDES CLAIMING
uw iuui;ii. iu proporuon to total last year. , The headauarters of th rsAiMe .m
value of the farms bought, they have society are In Washington. Doctor 1 L
tO bOrrOW. I rliHrllny la hlmcnM t I niu.i . .
w - u te. mm unrri nil w- . i ' i ,v r w a rm w rm w r j i
, . v,a&su4.fejj. olcci iUinpanies waow
xne roaa toward ownership does has devoted his life to orison relief nlanta
not necessarily start with tenancy. A work without pay. bureh dstHot t nH
ESfiZff armwn were flrst : steady progress toward normal co
farm hands then tenants, then owners tions. No announcement of additio,
with a mortgage, then owners debt ng to do In aid of the farm popula- al mills startins- nn rm frL I
free. The census will show, if the tion of this country. In order to do there Tin th
many years, if any. every farmer ment needs as full information as reported as having begun operation,.
II" V " "uw ia? Ia nnmes Neither were there any claims made
J :",ry . PP? Ior com" of large numbers of men returning to
.vi uuu luuveuieuce.
Another Way to Help.
Every farmer will be asked how
many acres of drained land he has
and how many other acres of land
there are on his farm that could be
made suitable for cultivation if they
were tile-drained or ditch-drained.
When these questions are asked you.
work fn plants that have been working.
LITTLE CHANGE NOTICED
IN PRESIDENT'S HEALTH
tative of the Czechoslovak ministry ,f Yo" A,m .to c,imb Th' Ladder, Tell the Census Enumerator All the
nf r in RlhoHo -nrVir. la . nTnoV. I nuuui I uurseiT OO nat tne Gavrnmnt f Ui w-..
ly reforming the existing finanr.iai L .r U - H
, - . . lugiua, ciiargea inai, me uzecno-olO- " . - - A. : :
plan of the government has been fa- vv a' ia tho nr.ov nf ,,lQ you rent , from . others all of this
vorably reported by Chairman Good and is seeking the aid of the United 'If you rent all of this farm.
oT the senate committee on budget. states m getting the soldiers back wfaat , do you pay : as rent?" "If you
The measure provides that the presi- home own all or part of this, farm, was
dent shalhsubmit a budget to the con- . i." there any mortgage debt or other en-
p-rpsft fnRteAd nf the nmcont ,iroam I "hj iciiuncu mbcs ui itt-
ing at the naval academy at Annapo
lis has been ordered by Secretary
cumbrance on' the land so owned on
January 1, 1920?" "What was the to
tal amount of debt or Incumbrance on
Federal control of commerce in ki. th. DOfflJa f
sugar unUl December 31, 1920, to pre- lowed the reported attempt at suicide land on m farm owne1 b Jan-
7aenCrTf PfS t0. ?on4svumer8' by two midshipmen, which reports uary 1-1920
is proposed in a bill sent to the sen- uavik oaM ' Q MOu PertinentNot ImDertlnent.
ate .committee . Inyestfeating the sugar by UDTOr ciMsmen. Secretary Daniel. "What the Sam Hill" you may In
STSf '.tXtamM "I would have no hesitancy ta Quire, "has the government got to do
vw. wuumiououuu. I ,,,AA Wltn nOW milCtl mnnov I nnra An
iOAVClllUg UUUU1CU IXllUBUlJlUOU UUm I vns UU ' XUjr
the academv if I found thev had hoon laud?" Well, two of the things fn
uest o oui. oi games is champion implicated in hazing of any descrip- which the department of agriculture
ot tne baseball world. The Cincinnati tion." has been giving deepest thought dur-
;STi rong ior cnicago, The senate military committee has ing tne Past 8everal are farm
many 4resPectfK greatest unanimously recommended the appro- tenancy and rural credits. The past
BMt tn fha VnaL-" priation of fifteen .; million dollars for inree censuses nave shown an in
WW M I A I u MA. A A I maOOA in thA 1 1 M m
i tximy a.irura.it coustrucuon. i uuuiucr ui tenants,
nuaareas ol persons, neaaea by t..q.ii. nmi.nii m-i,-- AiarmiBts. have felt and snid va4
r1 imm . . .. . .. - I iJOUUUD WUl lCM X LL. W1UUW 1 . -v. -.A V
S Ti T w 8 aepulles en" George' B. Pickett, the fam- tne country is going to the bow-wows
S ?nt lr aina?n?n,d WOm- one Confederate leader, is slowly rt the landlord route. The department
Shhk'SJ covering at her home in Washington o; agriculture, however, looked into
tt;; ma.uer as wen as was able, and
SawvVr Sawver is in Ta critical onT tIon DrouKnt on by overwork during rerusea to be alarmed. Where At was
fZZ ' Sawyer ls in a critical con- the worid war. Mrs. Pickett had in- able to make surveys it discovered
The fortv-fourth tri-ennial rnT,J fend?d to go to the Atlanta reunion, that while the number of tenants 25
tion of , e . Protestant Episcopal t W 1!! ??10 890.
Church is In session to Detroit, Mich. comnivi wifh m,;,...
-a ...vu Buuwuvus uiauw
The convention will last three weeks r.J'Z "!"1"1 ukkwuo.
and many of . the most prominent 7i, t 01 E ine ttPr?
churchmen of the country ire in at- "lif.?0"11116 ha
, , - - - ow a
Brir I irivavi ci-aAA4Ml i .a. m.
tanHA... Tmtinrtant nravfir W , wurucuong W ail tne
vision HI be made. v ' : ' ,0 "Mhe.
the number of tenants 45 years old
ivas considerably smaller in 1910 than
in 1900 or 1890.
The Inference is that tenancy is a
step toward ownership, that t the
young fellow .who becomes a tenant
larmer wnen he marries, say, is likely
Washington. President Wilson'!
condition remains muci the same as
for several days said a bulletin issued
remember that they are asked every Dy hIs Physicians.
one of your neighbors. Possibly you Dr- Grayson said that while w.
have a tract of land that would be would insist that thei president
the most productive field on your main quiet and not participate in af
farm if you could get the surplus wa- airs of state, some occasion might
ter out of it, but you can not do it arise where he would have to gi
because, to be effective, the drainage his consent to the president taking el-
ditch would have to go far beyond ecutive action. He added that tht
tne Doraers of your own farm, would president's mind was clear.
nave to be a county enterprise, and
the county has not seen fit to do any
thing about it If that be trueseveral
of your neighbors have land that
snoum be drained. If all of you tell
Washington Imminence of another
the census enumerator how many test of strength in the senate contro
acres you have that need drainage, versy over the German peace treaty
the department of agriculture will overtops in interest and important
have the facts' to show what is needed all matters likely to come before con-
worked for wages' how nun, 1 "-""""""y. wnen the oppor- gress for several days, beaaen. -
he was a tenamTaid how maLy yeS " Wl" be ,n P- treaty light regard an early
ha v,o0 i . - w uo wnat ir may to secure fnr
what you need. v La(lt am aaan qa hone that with-.
. CkO MOttlVU y
ANOTHER TEST OF STRENGTH
IMMINENT OVER PEACE PACT
he has been an owner. The depart-
"ityii 01 agriculture will have the
basic Information It needs to help
men to success in farm ownership.
Other Important Queues.
Those things are fairly typical ' of in ten days all other
the questions that will be-asked in can be disposed of.
tuiviug me agricultural census. In
o answer all of the questions STRIKE OF LONGSHOREMEN
IS DENOUNCED BY G0ir-
Here are some other questions that I lntell?.SWlyf the farmer will have to
will be asked: "Has th.a think about the matter miA ka
phone?" "Is water piped into the the; enumerator 'calls on him. He ought New York The longshoremen
operator's house?" "Has the opera- ffrr the most &ccur- strike was denounced as a riolj
tors house xras or eientri. itu ote information he n KTh.tth. ii .j.fnis of
k an eirort to m . . cnuuieraior is American Federation oi ...
find out whether or not the farm fam " r of other rJmper,. president :
."r T? 'orts-nd it iLJS?, ? American Federate of.r
ucic "4uisiiiveness. Sev
eral months ago. when the bureau
of farm management was in process
or reorganization the secretary of
agriculture called a conference of
heads of schools, social workers and
wtTm a". Ver the country.
When the people were assembled in
Washington, he asked their opinion
as to the most useful thing that could
be done by the office of farm manage
ment. For a whole day those people
5 matter Just ore
night with a score of items on the
ballot, they took a vote. The work
of promoting the ' Mmfn T
o " - vuuiiurr n n n
venience of the farm home received
votesVerWbelmlnS majonty ot the
Love for Hairless Dog
Lands Mexican in Jail
Dallas. Tex. His love for a
hairless dog from Chihuahua,
the homeof his birth, got Jazza
Morales In jail this weeky ;The
dog catcher hooked the Mexi
can's canine and took him to
the city pound. v Morales went
to the pound and demanded his
friend. When he was refill
he broke the gates down and J
aucuiyicu iu iaKe tne dog. He
was arrested. Morales' canine
-f .b. . farm own.,, before hi, nrstlthe ntZ-
.ifJSSJSriJ S .Lhe. m tha, If ...thers-theigas rohte.
iKAn . I .. " .1 li ffl
U,ly" Hundreds pf,t being planned agains. ate si
president oi me lul 1 frike va
shoremen's Union. The stn jf
unauthorized by the union a flC
'O'Connor has endeavored to
the men to return to work.
WILL LtAVc -
Paris. Premier Georpes ti i-
has declared to a number o
that he has made up his mm eeC
the; cabinet after the coming
tions. . the c5
: The premier, speaking ou f tl,
troversy which has arisen gaf
government's plan, is P ts iefi
ing he knew fresh o- tnj.
nf fcrinerinr on A
t the. cabinet's general pd