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SATrURDA 4A~ ~ C '7, 1926

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Dry Leaders,

A t House, Talk

Tighter

Enforcement

In the face of newspaper referen-
dumus on prohibitlion (which they de-
nounce), and spirited new attacks
from a "wet" bloc in Congress, Anti-
Saloon league' officials are receiving
efforts to tighten tip enforcement of
the Volstead Act by having the., feder-
al prohibition forces made a separate
unit of the government. This and oth-
er devices were taken up when (i. to
r.), A. H.1 Briggs, San Francisco; A. J.
Barton, chairmani, and W. M. Forgrave,1
Boston, constituting a sub-committee
of the national executive coipmmittee of
the Anti-Saloon league, called at the
White house for a conferen~ce with the
President. They are 6iiit the exec-
utive' mansion entrance.
TOKIO.-A Korean and his Japanfese
wife were sentenced to death for plot~-
ting against the throne in 1922 and
trying to import bombs from Shanghai.
HALLERI
STATE STREET. JEWELE S S
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Zoologists Hear
Heilbrunn, Hobbs
Prof. L. V. Heilbrunn and Carl L.
flubbs were the speakers at the meet-
ing of the Zoology Journal club last
night. Prof. Heilbrunn gave short
discussions on "The Action of Hlypo-
tonic Solution on Protoplasm" and
"The , Effect of Heat on Various
jStages of Miitosis." dlr. flubbs spoke
5 u ',n What :'bi x1cnogy? ,
LISBON.-A new comnmercipl agree-:
' nient, which goes into force .April,1 be-
tween Germany and Portugal, was of-
ficially gazetted yesterday. It provides
most favored nation- treatment and }
permits free entrance ox1 Portuguese
wines into Ger'many.

DETOITTHEATRES
ITHIS WEEK
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