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TREATY ACTION
COES OVER TILL
FIRSTOF WEEK
Foreign Relations Committee Discussion
Centers on Pacific Fortifications;
Harding Asked for Particulars
WASHINGTON. Feb. 17.—While President Harding was
preparing to communicate with Secretary Hughes today re
garding the senate request for further information on the
four-power Pacific treaty the senate foreign relations com
mittee completed its preliminary reducing of all the arms
conference treaties except that relating to Yap and laid them
INDICTMENT OF
‘WIZARD’TO BE
RETURNEDSOON
CHICAGO. Fo»>. 17.—Indictment of
Raynmnd J. Bischoff. whose opera
tions are alleged to have resulted in
d efraudin g many foreign born citi
zens out of several million dollars,
was up before the grand jury today.
Assistant States Attorney Hodges was
ready to demand true bills charging
Bischoff with operating a confidence
game and obtaining money under
false pretenses.
Leslie Harrington and 18 others al
lied with him in operations similar
to Bischoff's were indicted yesterday.
The first considerable sum of the
missing assets of Harrington were
found by the police last nighL they
say, when they arrested Peter Tank
ant, one of Harrington’s agents. Tank
ant led them to a trunk in his home
where $12,000 was hidden. He told
them, the police said, that the money
was part of his profit for collections
made during the last three months
for Harrington. He estimated that
he had collected between $30,000 and
$40,000 from th© promoters Lithuan
ian customers.
DETEGTIVE SENTENCED
TO TERM IN PRISON
GREAT FALLS. Mont., F<b. IT/
Jacob J. BlHick. 25. formerly house
detective in one of the leading hotels
of the city, pleaded guilty to burglary
in the first degree I'efore Judge Les-1
Tie in the district court this morn
ing and was sentenced to not less ,
than five nor more than ten years:
in the state penitentiary at hard la
bor. Binick was arrested at the train
as oe was leaving town with the pro
ceeds of a house he had burglarized
to his possession, as well as a loaded
revolver. a mask, a deputy's star and
other stolen articles. Later he was
identified as a man who had Im per.
sonated a prohibition officer, held up
and robbed a woman of SBS, robbed
the Salvation Army contribution box
and caused much trouble to the cffl
cars for a number of weeka.
WIFE OF SALT CREEK
MIDWEST WORKER DESO
Mrs. Lourena Tegland, age 56 years,
died last night at her home in the Salt
Creek field from chronic stomach
trouble. The remains were brought to
Casper today and will lie In state at
the Shaffer-Gay chapel until funeral
arrangements are made. The deceas
ed is survived by her husband. Mike
Tegland. an employe of the Midwest
company at Salt Creek.
While funeral arrangements have
not been definitely made pending re
ceipt of word from relatives, it Is
probable the fservices ntill be held
Tuesday afternoon.
FARMERKELLS
WIFE’S '.ONER
SOMERSET, Ky„ 17.—. John F.
Todd, farmer, who yesterday shot and
kflled A. IT. Wilson, wealthy land
owner, in an attorney's office here
after Wilson had denounced as a
“black lie" Todd’s charges that he
had been intimate with Mrs. Todd,
today remained silent concerning the
case.
The shooting occurred during the
taking of depositions In divorce pro
ceedings. Wilson had been named co
respondent In a counter claim for di
vorce.
"Were you ever intimate with Mrs.
Todd?" Judge William Catrone. attor
ney for Mn=. Todd askbd Wilson.
“Absolutely no. It's a lie—as black
a on© as ever was told."
Todd whipped a pistol from hhs
pocket and fired four shots at Wilson
seated only a few feet away. Three
shots took effect. Todd surrendered.
HEALTH THE SECRET OF
ATTRACTION
Women of today depend a good deal
upon th© modern modiste and a knowl
edge of the cosmetic art to make them
attractive. Too often there exists be
neath it all a suffering woman whose
nervous laugh or forced smile covers a
pang of agony caused by some femi
nine ill. To such a woman Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will
bring health and a happy relief from
her sufferng. that wll make her far
more attractive than cost’y gowns and
coenfbtlcs.
Few nearly 50 years American wom
en have relied upon this root and herb
medicine to relieve their aflmentr-.
Adv.
Everybody cats eggs, two dozen for
$5 cents. Norris Company Market.
aside without action until next week.,
No serious opposition was
to the general far eastern or Chinese
tariff pacts but there was considerable
discussion of the provision of the naval
1 unital ion treaty fixing a fortifications '
status quo" in the I'acifla.
Meeting again ilunday the commit
tee is expected to consider the Yap
treaty and perhaps have before it at
the same time the president's reply
to the resolution adopted yosteruay
asking for records of the four power
treaty negotiaxtona Mr. Harding is
understood to have taken steps to
communicate with Secretary Hughes
who has gone to Bermuda, alter a visit
to the White Hous© today by Senator i
bilge.
Senator Borah also started a oom-,
n.ittee discussion rug-arding the Chi- <
neso tariff treaty, asking whether its
provisions <Ld not infringe upon the
sovereignity of China- He was assur
cd by Senator Lolgc that th© arrange
ment was the most satisfactory that
could be obtained at the present time,
but there wore indications that some
further discussion would bo necessary.
While they waited word from the
White House on the four power pact,
the committee members revived in
their consultation, the project of a
reservation declaring that the agree
ment could not l»e construed as obli
gating the United States to us© armed
force without th© express authortza
tion of congress.
Several members both Republicans
and IJemocrnts wore said to be lean
tng toward adoption of such a stipula
tion and all agreed that mnch debate
was in prospect both within the com
mittee and on th© senate floor.
LYRIC
Continuous 1 to 11 P. M.
TODAY
Amateur Night
18 Acts
The Jan Kubelik
of
Casper
10-Reel Program Besides
Vaudeville.
“Wolves
of the
Street”
Big Western Picture
Made in Wyoming.
All New
Vaudeville
Come Out and See the
Fun. The Best Show
in Casper.
3 Hours Shew
Admission 10
and 40c
CHARITY WORKER COMMENDS CASPER NED CROSS AIO
FREQUENT USE ME OF SERVICES BlWllOfflO
Mrs. Cornelia B. Mills, secretary -
I of the Wyoming State Board of
Charities and Reform, is In the city
in connection with some work of h«r
department and when interviewed
by the Tribune today expressed her
self very strongly Ln favor of the
work of the local Red Cross chapter.
“Much of the work among defin
quent girls and in family problems
is ouch that a woman can do At to
(much better advantage than a man.
For this reason. th© State Board of
Charities and Reform ha© made fre
quent us© of the services of the
Hecretery of Natrona County Rod
Croos and has splendid cooperation
and remarkable results. Mrs. Payne
, has been very successful in making
11 plans for coring for many young
> girls who otherwise would become
charges of the state and in many
Instances has done preventive work
i and thus kept the girls from going
to Institutions. After gll, preventive
work Is much more important than
the work of caring for a girl after
she has gotten into trouble and in
this particular type of work, the
local Red Cmss stands very high.
COFFEE
OHICINATJD BY MR WASHINGTON IN 1909
Make Coflfee the Improved Way-
In the Cup at the Table l
I G. Washington’* Coffee dissolves mstandy when water Is added.
I Put it In the cup fust as you do sugar.
I The bulky. woody fibre which makes the coffee grounds and rhe I
digestion-disturbing acids have been refined away by Mr Wash.
I ington’s special process which makes G- Washington’s Coffee
100* pure, No coffee pot or percolator needed. No waste.
It is estimated that more than 25% of all bean
coffee made is wasted.
Measure the cost by the cup ►
—Not by the size of the can
ffllrzMAOe »MTHE CUPXwII Can Washington's Coffee is equivalent
luv/ THE TABLE \4UI 10 tcn timc * its wo^u in voasted bean coffee
J VW 1 For greatest economy buy the larger cans.
I I No trouble—no waiting—no ground*. Always i|
‘SL \ /JU delicious. Every can guaranteed to give satisfaction. |||l IB
Booklet frte. Send 10c for special trial size. |4||||||n fl
O WASHINGTON COFTFT HIHNINO COMPANY |
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For 3 Days 1 vJUxB I
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MK of itg numerous acenes, by the enthralling and absorbing interest 1
of its story, find, by its delightful musical accompaniment, “The
- ■ Birth of a Race” has provan a photo spectacle that will lire for
p-’/ years. Bfe?-
gS / see nr M
yfo: A MASTERPIECE BIGGER K| '
SyS IN CONCEPTION AND
THEME THAN ANY
PHOTOPLAY IN YEARS.
COST A MILLION POL, f f
LARS —OVER T W OI "S|'
3g£ YEARS IN .
N TION EMPLOYED ■||^H| Ws
10,000 peopje.
Admission 10c and 30c
Cbt Carpet DaHp Crftunr
I understand that ths local chap
ter of the Red Creas is about to go
before the public in an effort to
ralee funds to carry on the work tn
Natrona county and I feel sure that
If the people of the community
could realize the great constructive
work which is being undertaken
here, that there would be no hesi
tancy in giving them unstinted sup
port. At any rata I am very glad
to have an opportunity to let the
pcopl* of Casper know that my de
partment of the State government
oonnlderw the Red Cruse quite indls
pensible In furthering constructive
work among dependent and delin
quent members of Natrona county.”
Mrs. Mills will be in Casper for
two or three days and then go west
to visit some of the state institu
tions at Thermopolis and Worland.
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For Cetd, Grip or Inflnemxa
and as a Preventative take Iterative
BROMO QUININE Tableta. The gen
uine bears the signature of E. W.
Grove. (Be sure you get BROMO.) 30c.
Fresh laid eggs, two dozen for T1
cents. Norris Company Mai k> t
CADETS GO ON
I THE WARPATH
I IN SALVADOR
WASTRTNOTON, Feb. XT.— Martial
law has been proclaimed throughout
the republic of Salvador, following a
revolt of 54 cadets of the national mil
Itary academy on the evening of Feb
ruary 15, the state depar’rr.ent was
advised today in a dispatch from Am
erican Minister Schulyler at San Sal
vador.
The cadets attempted to win over
the national cavalry to their cause
the dispatch said, bat tailed and they
then fled, closely pursued by troops.
PreMdent Melendea Issued a state
ment yesterday saying the situation
was well In hand.
BEGGARS ORGANIZE.
VIENNA, Feb. 17.—A combination
of bewgara—the latest application of
the trade union principle—ls reported
from Prague.
Busy street corners are allotted dur
Ing certain houi- 1 tn the members of
the union in rotation and competition
savoring of disloyalty to the comrades
la unishable by espHlaion.
SHERIDAN GONftTES BIG
SHIPMENT TO STARVING
SHERIDAN. Wyo„ Feb. IT.—Four
car loads of flour, donated by Sher
Idaa churches, fraternal and civic or
ganisations. were shipped from hero
today, consigned to the Near East re
ef committee, concluding a driv* for
f'inds for the relief of Armenians
■ ■ ♦
Obenchain Trial
Delayed Again
toe ANGELES. Feb. IT.—No amor
wm held today ot the trial or Mrs
Madalmne C. ObencluUn tor th, mur
der ot J. Belton Kennedy, adjourn j
ment unul Monday bavinr been taken
yesterday because ot lllnoa ot wit-
—T
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
i'OR SALE—I2OO worth of rugs. |<so; |
Singer sewing machine, cost 1110
for I*s; first small wlrfte house north
of brick yard. North Center street.
-IT-lt*
FOR RENT—Three-room house on
South Cedar ntreet; water and
lights. Phono 157 SJ. 2-17-2t*
FOR SALE—One Columbia grafanola
cabinet size, gem walnut cue. 30
records, practically new. 345. At the
Toggery Shop, 220 South Center
•tr—t. 2-17-2 t
FOR BALE— Three-burner Detroit
gasoline stove and oven, practical|y
new; will seH cheep. 1215 East Fifth
street. Phone 1633 NJ. 2-17-lt*
WANTED TO BUY—A pool table
must be In first class condition
Phone 734. 2-17-lt
MFAI.S served nt 802 South Oak
street. 2-17-21
Y. W. C. A.
Cafeteria
SATURDAY
Chicken Pie ........ .85c
Thicken Noodle Soup ......... ,15c
The Union
Mill Co.
Is prepared to take care of
all kinds of cabinet work.
Also job work of any de
scription.
402 S. Durbin
Phone 1462
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BVi I quisite little Chinese Cinderella. For five days’ I I
Bmx I) bliss with her he pledged his life. I i$ ®
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AL ST. JOHN
In His Latest Comedy
“STRAIGHT FROM THE FARM”
Continuous 1 to 11 CURRENT EVENTS Admission 40c
A Bishop-Cass Theatre
TODAY AND SATURDAY
fcMrijfeweious
ffz / Lies”
i Z win*
7 David Powell
You can “nail** a lie that is
spoken; but when that lie is un
spoken—
Cast Includes Come and see what it did to
* • this wife and the husband who
Mary Glynne loTed her!
The story of a marriage that
started wrong and that thrilling
revelations set right.
By E. Phinips Oppenheim Photoplay by Mary O’Connor
ELMO LINCOLN
—IN— ■ ■'
“THE ADVENTURES OF TARZAN”
-and-
MUTT AND JEFF
Continuous 1 to 11 Admission 30c
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922.

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