_ 1 Hiram Maxim Turns Energies < ! Toward Combating Noise! New York, May 10.—Hiram P. noise in industry and. in communities. : In twelve months," said Mr Maxim, inventor of the Maxim silencer, a device for ! firearms, has announced that he has discontinued the manufacture 6t the | silencer and hereafter would de-| Aquitania for a. six weeks' Europi-] Maxim, as he sailed on the liner] cit y in the country; vote his energies • to silencing eah trip, "we'll make it possible'! f ;V t ft THE TIPTON DAILT TRIBUNK to have a quiet office or a quiet hotel room on the noisiest street in New York—or any other bis "Even the hum of city streets •tan be silenced. The street; noises grvatesf JIODAY has been set aside as a day of tribute to the Mothers of the world. "lions will observe this glorious day. Yet every son and daughter knows that no day is long enough, no flowers lovely enough, no words sweet enough, to express the depths of feeling jthat Mother's day brings forth. very sbiall part, indeed, significance of Mother's day that can ever be [expressed.. J Even more than most people do the, bakers of the world owe a great debt to the Mothers. ^ For it was bur Mothers who showed us how to bake ... whose bread, golden crusted, ^cnat raotner fj It.isaverj w the sienif fragrantly oven-fresh, with a never-to-be forgotten taste has always been our greatest inspiration, the goal to which we have long aspired. And now that Mother bakes no more... and the hours over, the ho J oven are a thing of the past.. , it is our greatest desire to present her with a loaf of. bread that in goodness,i n flavor,' in realquality, matches 'her own on her luckiest baking days. So today it is with the greatest of pride that we do our small part to honor the Mothers of the world... the greatest bakers\ of them all 1 i!" •••«. BAKERS OF CORN-TOP BREAD r 1 u i come principally from motor car exhausts, the biggest offender being-motor trucks. Thiaj noise can be abated and controlled. "What it will mean is improved health for the people. It will relieve the pressure on the nerves, which is flaying so much havoc ' with ' many Americans. Why, insanity has increased 30 per cent, in the last ten' years in our big cities." For three generations the Maxim family has manufacturedSjta.r material—Maxim machine guns, smokeless powder and Maxim sil- Bayonet Rule? Threatened in Prison Revolt X Hiram_ Stevens . Maxim,] of the Maxim Machine his uncle was Hudson Maxim, in- of many inventor gun, and ventor and. developer high explosives. . But, Mr. Maxim said don naval conference the beginning of a new his company is going in for the manufacture of peace :ime de» vices. • . "War is out of date," Maxim asserted. "The next seventy -five years will not be anything, jlike the last seventy-five. We believe •war will be a very remote pos- i sibility in jthe next seventyjlive 'years. Of course there! will !mj wars between the smaller nations, j but between the major nations-—! the Lon"marked era." SoJ HOME BREWING IS Now Supreme Court Woepn't Hit Kitchen Chemist SAFE Hulin< seller of is being Washington, May 10.-j—Kitchen chemists who make hope brew arej not threatened by the. recent 1 j i i decision of the United States supreme court that persons who sell brewing utensils and malt are subject to punishment under the dry law, James M. Doran, prohij- bition' commissioner has indicated. Action the. prohibition bureau will take against the brewing materials still studied, by the,bureau, lie added, and no instructions :yet llave gone forward to prohibition agents on the subject The supreme court ruling, in the case of a'Pittsburgh bottling concern, hold that perl sons who offer articles for sale in sii'ch a way as purposely attract purchasers who desire them, for illegal purposes, are guilty of vio : lation of the prohibition In an opinion by Holmes, the court ruled: the dry law was intended to press the entire traffic' Aerial view pf Ohio State Peni- -f mission. Discipline at the in- +[ Thomas as head of the prison. law. ' Justine that, as sup r in illegal ljquor, the "act should be liberally construed to the end.of this suppression and so diretts." Seymour -Lowman, assistant secretary of the treasury in charge of prohibition enforce--- ment, indicated he considered the opinion a powerful'weapon in the hands of enforcement officials] but turned the question over to Doran's department for study before laying down a general policy. . tentiary, • showing. prisoners roaming ab(jut the yard of the prison in open rebellion against the warden,, who threatened .to use bayonets 1 to-force their sub stitution has been .laeking since the .fire that took a total of 318 ' lives.. (Inset) Deputy Warden Woodward, who is expected to succeed Warden Preston E.. His new duties will be dangerous ones as the inmates are .-aid to be on the verge of a mutiny. State troopers have been called to restore order. (International Xeursrealf British Contender for American Trophy Us ONE MAN FOUND. Rescuers at Armour PI Man Imprisoned. nit Find St. Joseph, Mo., May 10.—• George Roberts, age twenty-four' reported missing and believed dead, last night was found imprisoned and alive by] -rescue workers at the demolished sausage plant and smokehouse of the Armour & Company packing plant here.. The Shamrock: V, the British challenger fori the America's Cup. taking to;the water when launched at Gbsport, England. •It' is "expected- that Sir Thomas Liptpn's new • wonder-yacht .will as I ill I; /give the cup defenders stiff battles for die prized trophy. < International NtmtM On the Front Line With Law vs Lawless St. Joseph, Mo., May 10:—With fourteen known dead and three persons missing and believed to have v been killed, three [separate investigations were started last night' to attempt to learn the cause of the explosion which' demolished a six-story brick: unit ofl the packing plant, of Armour ft! Company in south St. Joseph late Thursday. Property damage wasj estimated at $450,000 by; Armour officials. : LIQUOR rROFITSDECjiREASE- Saskatchewan Reports Decline of - 9081,186 in LaatFiscal Tear. yRegina, Saskatchewan,jMayl0.| A decrease of $631,186 [in Sas-: Iwtchewan'i .''liquor : profits ; for; the'year ended March-S ^joTer thei prerioni'jyear W ittownhn thei annul ^rtatemenr^thln afternoon of .Howard IMc ^nnell.Wlnc.ai, ^^^^^^^g ^femr| ape t:on«' oti-.all.JSgj! „» - f t-v,S5 tlttfcJfeSftrjft&n... where>iictf '"' form»tto*f— £ - TAGS SIX Trr-. — ~'SOR SILENCE IX CITIES.
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