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THE MAW WHO
LOST H1MSELP "
.DtBsctiad. bv GecrftsD Sak
B- : J. He wac "broke" and in a strange
p d land and one morning awoke to
' j find himself surrounded by
Jm wealth and possessod of a title.
A Story of Twin Person? I it i e z
with America'G Greatest Actor
'1 in a Hual Role
Also Pathe News and "7c-'C-. of
IKES FROM I R LXC1
i l 2 o - mis
(By International News Service)
M1LWAVKEK Aftnr lying In a
trance for more tliun two years, Mrs.
Clara Jorg nson awoke and surprised
friends and physicians by relating Im
portant event that transpired during
her sleep. Within a day. Mrs. Jor-gc-nson
was walking about. u.slnn tal.l
utensils and feeding herself wltn ease.
VI tried to break the spell which '
seemed to keep mo in another world ,
and finally succeeded," hf declared
Local physicians arc perplexed over
During the last iC months, Auto-(
mobiles and ...,ceores to the value I
of ST6i00Qi000 were exported
3Y SERIES OF
France Also Feels Effects ol
Trembler. Casualties Occur
ROMB Sept. 7. Very mtrkef
I earthquake shocks were reported thli
' mornloK from points In Tuscany. Ca
1 suallles had resulted, the reporti
H'niert, and the authorities have sen
The points from which the shock;
were reported were CastlnUoVO d
I GaragnsnS. ' levefosclano. Castlgllom
fii Qiarfagnaaa ana villa Collemandla
all In Tuscany.
7 A shock lasting about five second)
w.i. fell at J 65 o'clock this mornlni
in Milan and Genoa, according to dls
' patches from theosc. cities.
I NICE, Prance, Sept. 7. A heavi
l earthquake shock was felt along th
I Italian coast at 6:30 o'clock this morn
Ing It w.-im only slight along th
Rlveire, but waq felt In every towr
I along this part of the coast.
Reports from Rome, received hen
last night; stated a shock was felt Ir
Milan .'ind Genoa yesterday afternoon
M .As KMC DROU SI .
OF PL M v I K BECKFI
(By International News Service)
LINi OLN, Web. Afraid to tell theii
. parentf that their playmate. John Rei
ser; twelve yenis old. hud been drown
o.i In a mud hole, several boy friends
invented a story about his being kid
' i.upcd b a negro, who escaped on ;i
train John's brother, Henry, was on
et the group 'I he bi-.dy was not re
covered for over twenty-four hours it
vi;. f ii'l thnt .Ir.hn jumped Into th'
hole and evidently was seled with i
cinmp. Ttie Other boj s. : relghtcned
by what happened, hid his clothes un'
.went elsewhere to play. Finally tn
I mxt evening o.ie of the little boys tolci
what hud happened. and railroaj
'agent, polio -, B tat Ion agents and sher
iffs abandoned their search for kid
hapera and Found the body.
lJ ; DOG GRIE1 ES POR
M VSTER; w I ION CUT
(By International News Service)
Bl KLJNG'ION, N. J. To save th
i life of a. pet dog that apparently was
.giiuving itself to ueulh over his ab
'senee, the Rev Norman B. McCon
iicll. pastor of the Riverside, N J.(
I Methodist church, has returned from
For two weeks since the day the
'clergyman let t fpjf a summer rest, the
dog refused to eat, and a cterinariuu
decided thf only trouble with the ani
mal was grif f
Efforts to t in it the dog with choice
morsela of meal failed, ami the animal
i (fused to leave Its owner's doorstep
A irlend wrotig to the pastor, and hu
came home at unc-. The hound feebly
iNpi-esseil i,f (l lij.ht when h appear
ed, and broke Its long fast when he
offered It food.
Ostrich feathers valued at $2,500
000 were Imported Into the United
States In ihe last U month?
rj'"ARE YOU a"5APEgTn A K 0'j ND
U Are enough money or are a miserable (0H(Sts
jj human misfit?
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I According to the system c? U S Government Ourcau ot t . WtnlvW I
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I UP 011 the tire-mileage of the summer run. We can replace
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WASHINGTON. Gordon Woodbury, New Hampshire (right),
Mir.T.or in l-Y.-Mtklin 1 I.osfvelt as jesistant secretary of the navy,,
I conferring' with Secreterj ftaniels
"LORD MAYOR IS
Tragic Little Act Enacted
Daily as Jailer Brings
Tray of Food
'. bONDON, Sept. ". (By The A8SO
l clatkd Prsss.) Each day as the fast
I of Lord Mayor MacSwinoy in Brix'on
. prison progre.'ses. their Is staged by
- the herisid of the dylnR man a traBlc
III lie act, which was disclosed to The i
Associated I'resa today by Father Ddm
Inlc, Mavor Mac8wln3 prl 'ate chai-
.1 VILER BRINGS POOD
Eery morning food In some form,
or another is brought In by the prison,
authorities and offeied to the starv
ing: prisoner In tho hope that his ul-j
most unconirollable craving will mas
ter him and that he will be templed to,
eat. Eevery morning there Is the same,
, end to the act MacSwiney. who la'
! too weak to utter a spoken refusal.,
crushes hi6 desire and (urns bis head
away. So it has gono on until tho
twenty-fifth dr of his hunger strike
h.1 ' on reached
There have .been many rumors that
MacS Iney vrs la Ing given su -iienanccl
in drinking wat i or otherwise This
J Is denied b' relatives and friends, and I
Th Assoclatr-d Presa was further In
I form. i that the prison authorities have I
'not given the lord major any food in I
, (his manner Father Dominic also de-!
nled that the prisoner was being fed,
Although some people say that
the desire for food disappears after i
la few da3' abstinence, it Is not so in I
' Mayor MaeSwlney's case. He is ft ill
hungry, but refuses to take anything
although It Is brought In to him regu
The lord inaor looked pale,
' dTiwn and haggard this morning
! when I administered the usual sacra-
. ment and the loral rumor that he
I received the last sacrament today Is;
I not tru. MacSwiney has Intervals of
I divines.-- an I is only able to speak In
; short gasps, owing to difficulty In!
: breathing and nny attempt at cdntint
ual conversation li impossible "
Lord Mas or MacSwInev Is In the1
same room as was occupied by Sir
T:.grr i anm.'iil before the latter was'
I transferred to the Tower It Is a I
, large, airy dormitory with seven beds
and there Is a da., and night nurse j
! In atfendance The main entrance to
the prison Is guarded by several police
Who reftiar to admit any but relatives1
of the Inmntos.
Many visitors were turned away to
day. But beyond those, the police and'
the coming and ttolng of Mayor Mac-1
Swlney'e relatives there Is nothing to'
indicate the battle ot wills going on
behind the hlnh walls of the Jail, the I
outcome of which may have a far
BRITISH PROTEST TAX
ON HONOLULU VISITORS
HONOLULU, T H.Aug 17. (Cor- h
respondenco.) A number of British 1
eubjec:. including ihe mayor of a '
Now Zealand city and a major in
I the Britisb army, whose passports
had not been vised by American con- 1
suls. were refused permission to land
and sfrend Ihe day iu Honolulu re- !
centl) while the steamei Tahiti was
loading and unloading on her way
from Sydney. Australia ,t0 Vancouver
The Britishers were detained aboard
the Tahiti at the order of R L.
Halsey Immigration inspector hero, j
Halsey said he had his instructions
from Secretary of State olb, adding
that ho had received a cablegram to 1
enforce the regulations strictly with
regard to the Tahiti.
For visaing a passport the Amer
ican consuls in Australasia charge a
fee oi Jl". said Tahiti passengers who
had conformed with ih demand of
the United Stales government.
Officials of the chamber of com-
merce took up the matter with the
immigration officials here, but could
obtain no relaxing of the rule, and an
appeal has been seni to Washington
to suspend the regulation which
'charges a through paMnger of for
elgn blith 10 for tho privilege of
; " HOME WRECKER," CHAJIGf;
(By International News Service)
HAMMOND. Jnd.. SepL i Branded
I as a 'home breaker" In accusations1
publicly filed, Mlas Inln Randall. j
I and pretty, and public librarian and
i postmistress of the little town of Whit-
ing, near here, has resigned both pub-'
lie positions At :i rocent meeting of
i the village board Miss Randall was
j accused by Mrs. G. S. Halliard, wife
of a local physician, with undermining
her domestic felicity.
Clandestine meetings with her hus
band are charred against Miss Randall
by the doctors wife.
COUGHED UP THE SIGNATURE.
SALBMi Ore. Sept 7 B. F. Davies
ot this city, failed to save himself from
I churge of forgery when be Bwallowedl
lh signature of a note Jut Ing trial1
before Judge Bingham's court here
Prompt use of emitics on Dgvjei re
suited in the recovery ot 'he signature.
CO)! POR LIBOR,
Labor Day Parade Broken Up
By Dispute of Union
COLUMBUS O., Sept. 6 In a La
bor Day speech here Samuel Gompers
championed the candidacy of Gover
nor Cox for president. He said Gov
ernor Cox in congress had voted fav
orably on all legislation In the in-teresi---
of the people," and had lent
his Influence In passage of all con
structive legislation as governor of
Senator Harding was characterized
as a "nice respectnble gentlemen" by
Mr Gompers. "But what else?" he
asked "The most conspicuous thing
about Harding." he continued. has
been his Inaclvlty In everv thing con
structive and his aetlvlt In every
Gcmpers defended the league of
nations n id characterized congress as
' a congress of negation.'
The Esch-Cummlns act, he declared,
would create industrial lavery."
The central, division naval band,
here on a recrultlnir campaign, was
the cause of a controversv In this
morning s parade
It was said at the local recruiting
office arrangements had been made
for the band to lead the carpenters
Local bandsmben wouldn't march,
they said If the naval bandmen were
permitted. Gompers ruled that the
jaekles could 1-rlng up the rear.
Naval Bandmaster Moraves refused
to take part, regarding the ruling as
humiliating. He was upheld by the
carpenters, who also refused to participate.
NOT ENOUGH BARRELS
FOR BIG APPLE CROP
PARIS. Mo Sept. 7 - The bumper
apple crop Ik re is menac ed bv the
shoriage of barrels Oxford county,
which is claimed to lead Ihe world in
aoplc production, raises Baldwins for
the most of its crop. Grower here sav
exorbitant prices are asked for such
barrels as are obtainable and threaten
to let the apples Btay unpicked unless
they arc treated falrlv
AWAIT CARMEN'S DECISION
BOSTON. Sept 7. It Is declared at
the state house that the decision of
the hoard of arbitration investigatinc
wage demands for the union carmen of
the Eastern Massachusetts Street Kail
way compan will shortly be made
public The company is discontinin?
its Snlem Boston line.
AMNESIA CASE PUZZLES.
CHELSEA. Mass., Sept 7. An am
oei a victim is locked In the local po
lice station at his own request. "Who
am IT" he asks, over and over again
He wears blue serge trousers, a green
shirt and tan shoes; no coat He has
$30 and a gold watch. He Is of mid
The fish-hawk Is believed to bo
the only bird that feeds on the
TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY
Another B,g Picture. A Real Thrill
er, With a Great Star
By Harold MacGrath
The dynamic story of a yellow
haired adventuress equally notor
ious in San Francisco, Yokohama,
Ma nila and London whose forte in I
life was the breaking of men; who
lived to win whatever the odds a
combination of Oriental cunning
and Occidental nerve. Anita Stew
art in a dual role and her be6t pic
ture to date.
Performances, 7 and 9 p. m. Admis
aion 10c and 30c. Matinee Wednes
c'ay, 10c and 25c
J Connie Talmadge In Big Picture I H
i ' TRS9!bto-t3 Flock Around Girls!
f :Z- '-"-if fTEflSewHB9 Mary is going to win the M
va M Ql,v . .fBRra.r.;' - hand of Jim Stanhope, by yk
m Vf M 'v flBRsPSh' 1 ) fair means or bv vriipng: &r
B m CyDArTi"fi ' BhIa iW Goc? to his office for a po ff
C IBB ""Utif ffiftflfr MB mSm sition or a job, but a charac- l
A) - nWJ wB ter reacl8r employed by him ff I
& ' S i HHh Jfflr Ifltf ffivc" her the ait
nT a$&SQw iB Do you sposc for one min-
K iaPtt rJMiWWfl Mary goes home to prac
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W H B PeoPe of character W
I Explosions of Laughter at Utah j H
AND OF COURSE ALWAYS A GOOD 2 REEL I
Ponselle Blstera and Oscar Seacle!
All sins for Columbia this Month
The new American contralto. Jeanne
Gordon, hailed by all tho critics as the
New York Metropolitan ipfra com
pany find of the year, ha made a
Columbia record of the 'Madrigal of
May" from tin Barrymorcs" famous
play. The Jest ' Bhe has also sung
for Columbia records this month "Kon
coueur s'ouvre a ia volx," Delllah't
seductlvs aria from Salnt-Saens
' Samson and Delilah "
Oscar Seagle, baritone, sings of care
free hlldhood davs in his solo, Tho
Barefoot Trail," and op love s longing
In thnt sweet Scotch ballad, I-as3le o
The Ponselle sisters. Rosa, sensa
tional dramatic soprano of the New
York Metropolitan Opera ompany.
and her gifted sister, Carmela; niaKe
a new song out of that old Scotch
favorite, 'Comln' Thro' the Rye."
with their brilliant coloratura vocal
isation of this h;illad.
PI I I'll KLI IW't I NT
Judge. Now tell me whut you were
doing In Colonel Pllkin s hlcken roost
at two o'clock in the morning '
Uncle Mosc: "Jedge, "ccuse rrte. sah.
Ah was Jes' takln de census." The
American Legion W'eekly.
SOIT is RK.IIT
Sa: Mike, wanna make a soft half
"Melt it ' Tho American Legion
BRITISH EARL SENT TO PRISON H
N E. A. Staff Special.
LONDON "You nre one of those
unfoi lunate m"n who have not beu
brought up to do anything for a
living You found yourself, there
fore without anything to do and
wlih an inclination to dissipation
which yon fully Indulged. If a man
In real want obtains credit or money
and breaks the law, it is possible 10
make some excuse, but you obtained
credit simply for self indulgence. 1
j sentence you to three months im
The man at the bar before Jus
tice Darling was not a shabby
down-and ou.er. but the Erl of
Clancantrv, now bankrupt. The
Jury' had found him guilty of ob
taining credit without disclosing the
fact that he wns an undischarged
FIND STOLEN WOOL.
(By International N;w Service)
Yvi!;l. RN, Mass. Local police have
found five tons of wool hidden In
l.njrs In the wods of this vicinity, but
they are still trying to find the owner.
PEAKS RIVAL; MAN
LOOKING FOR WOK
PES MOINE8 Charles Kohn, of
Storm La!;e. Iowa, feared hp- wife was
playing Into the hands of a former
suitor After her absence from home
ho came here to look for her. Kohn
described his wife as follows "Short,
neat nnd tidy, aged 85, with curls down
her back and weighing about 245
pounds." Have you seen her ?
IXNUAIi SN A KE STORY CHAM 1 '
ROXCEVERTE, W. Ya. Mrs. L. V.
'Morgan and her llttlo son have woni H
ih- Y.-s? Virginia annual snake chsro
pionshlp story While picking black-;beriie-
thSy killed a mother copper- H
Ihtad with 56 young reptiles, they rv- M
Australia, for the first time In her
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