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February 25, 1925 - Image 2

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TE RO By ew Union U
% C. Sherman Will Speak in Chemlcal j elsingfor3, Finland.--While the re- New Mexleo Senator Latest to Draw
Aniphlitheatre at 4:15 and cent conference of foreign ministers Attention of Department
70:30 O'clock of Baltic states held in this city did of Justke
not effect a Baltic entente, or Baltic__
IS NOTED GH MIST union, and did not result in any for- PLEADS iNNOCENCE
uial alliance designed to protect bor-
dr states from Bolshevist aggression,
Prof. H.. C. Sherman, one of the there were many evidences that the Washington, Feb. 24.-The name of
most noted figures in the field of nu- states which grew out of the dissoli- Senator Holm O. Bnirsum, Republican,
trition and the head of the chemistry ion of the Russian Empire are gradu- New Mexico was added yesterday to l
department at Columbia university, ally coining much closer together. the list of United States senators un-
will give two lectures today at the Cae was taken by the foreitgn min- der investigation by the Department
chemical amphitheatre. The first of irters to make it clear they were not of Justice in connection with charges
these, "The Vitamins in Life and Heal- creating an anti-Soviet bloc, and were of improper use of influence before
th," will be delivered at 4:15, and not agitating against the Moscow gov- Federal government agencies.
the second, "Enzymes and Vitamins ern-.ent, but were deeply interested in Senator Burton K. Wheeler, Demo-
from the Chemical point of View," at means to prevent Communist agita- crat, Montana, already is under indict-
7:30 o'clock. tion and disturbances within their ment in his home state on a charge
Professor Sherman has received na- own borders. Count Skrzynski, the of accepting a fee for practicing be-
tional recognition for his work on Polish minister for foreign affairs, in fore a Goveirnment department, and
vitamins and has written a most au- defining Polish policy toward Russia I the Justice Department made it known
thorativ ,book on this subject. Others said: "I make a distinction between Saturday that it was investigating a
of his most note* writings are "Meth- the policy of the Russian Soviet gov- similar accusation against Senator
ods of Organic Analysis," "Chemistry ernment and the policy of the Third Selden P. Spencer, Republican, Mis-
of Food and Nutritions," and "Food Internationale. We must battle sourI.
Products." against the bellicose propaganda of Both Senators Bursum and Spencer
In 1917 he was a member of the the communism of the Third Inter- denied that they had violated any Fed-
American Red Cross mission to Rus- nationale, but it is not necessary to eral statutes in connection with ap-
sia. At present he is chairman of the create an anti-Bolshevist bloc. On pearances before any Government
subcommittee on human nutrition of the contrary we Poles wish to find a agencies and said they would wel-
the National Research council and means of getting along with the Sov- come the most thorough inquiries.
chairman of the committee on nutri- iet government, and of cooperation I
tional problems of the American Pub- with it."
lic Health association. But while the Baltic states confer-
The speaker is coming here after ence was on in Eelsinfors the SovietI
an extended trip of the west during authorities in Leningrad arranged an
Which he gave lectures at Iowa, Illh- atiBati dmNsraEo w9c1Ks
nois and_ Ohio State universities. He anti-Baltic demonstration which was Fsivtdt pa nAnAbrb ietdaantteHlifr et
was invite to speak innnrbor directed against the Helsinfors meet- _c_
the University of Michigan section of ing, and the Bolshevist press denouc Dr. George A. May, of the physical n
the American Chemical society. ed th e g n the totht gt *dtn department, will deliver the 1
was. directed against the Soviet. gov- first freshman hygee'etueoft i
Both of Professor Sherman's lec- hygiene lecture of tlis
tures are to be illustrated. They will enment g semester tomorrow and Friday after- o
An arbitration agreement, following
be of especial interest to students of h noons in Waterman gymnasium dur- 'p
eofthe lines of the League of Nations in{{erglrgmnsu ~rol.
chemistry, medicine, dentistry, public protocol, was actually agreed upon ing the regular gymnasium periods.
health, and nursing. four states Poland, Esthonia, Lat- The lecture will embody such phases
via and Finland, represented of health instruction as adequate ven- }t
vi'n ilnd ersne in theti
Paris, Feb. 24.-Adjt. Florentin Bon- conference, and there were a number tilation, proper foods, and the con- t
net, wor's airplane speed rec of agreements concerning transporta- stant danger of poisonous foods, alongia
net agoeementairplaneinspeednrecord-with the necessary precautions. 112
holder with an average of 278 miles tion facilities and the simplification D M a th at hiscobjecn. h
an hour over a three-kilometer course, o asotomlte.Teqe- Dr. May stated that his object in a
an ourove a hre-klomtercouse of passport. formalities. The clues- these lectures was to stress the prac- c,
has been awarded the prize of 25,000 tion of disarmament was postponed thes lue of h e rer tha e
francs donated by Frank P. Lahm, until the next session of the*League ica value of hygiene, raher than to e
Americatn aeronaut, for the person of Nations in March, explain !any new particulars alongi s
who turned in the most interesting
performance of aerial locomotion in London, Feb. 24.-Sir Thomas Clif-
the year. + ford Allbutt, famous physician and
physicist and inventor of the short
Boulogne, France, Feb. 24.-Arturo clinical thermometer, is dead.
Allesandri, president of Chile, has WeS 4
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D. S. C. Medal Given Senator Esta
For"Deed In War With Spain U

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Rice W. Means, new senator from Colorado, is being congratulated by
olleagues on his decoration with "the Distinguished Service Cross. The
medal was awarded somewhat belatedly for extraordinary heroism in the
attle of Manila, Aug. 13, 1398, when Means, then a lieutenant, risked his
ife in making a reconnaisance of the enemy's lines. Ile also served
verseas in the world war. The secretary of war, John W. Weeks, is seen
inning on the medal in the presence of Mrs. Means.

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hese health laws," he said. "What I
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Effective Wednesday, February 25 many
changes will be made in our operation.
Among these special attention is called to
the following:
1-Burns Park-Depot coaches will also serve the Hos-
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2-Coaches on this route will give 15 minute service.
3-Packard-Broadway coaches will continue out Main
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service to Cedar Bend Drive.
4-Coaches will be withdrawn from the South Main
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