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Exeute Friday. Devts
Last Days ts Prayer.
OND, Va., Dee. TY.-D.
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aduled to die i
In the Vfrgini
Friday for the lade
much of his tm
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to Jdge J. Note
and douestio relatios
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Jdge Rlieke. Who to Iene Ntleu
to w-s pniftmntk in a
The sovernor. wk
out of the town for eVea
not expected back unteh to
orrow. it to presumed he will rese
some decision during the day. If h
does not, ho may grant the codeme
ADl This A
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell,
Renulif Laboratory an
be here to give practical
tion and explain in
mighty forces of this
improved method of self
The almost unbelievableI
taved bl this marvelous
Bob anterest all tho
healthn bhty and rebus
Appropriate XI m
to a friend or dear m
need of the stimulation
he Ne st
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awoet frst veiplayen
ing belacion, eandsye.
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ow t t e he i ors fapm retr t
P ee -k ma
Dr. tr-y was convicted In Hen
Ai= county circuit court October 26.
n ie we ii other pranoneds. all
new o the chamber awaiting ele
Dr. Mdl pays lte attention to
the e eob Pan-s. He bas no callers
"14o'It= =whi5it be wan coo
=Ie chaud that he drugged and
411w ebw~ i wife io the James
dsm m bamead In November.
i1928, Owhle ho wan stationed at West
Ibointen d~rel~uo hospital. Love
9 tAm a amr aure Ikm New York.
I WWh s ue mairled a man In that
tiy. war a2egdto have been the me.
p tir a h ie
On.f Eye, Hurt, Cur". OMar.
his left eye ie restoring might to the
ey01ae ot Nilt 1P. Scbwam. of Mount
Severa years ao Bchwam wa
blindedl In the right eye. Recently, a
piece of stee pierced the left eye, and
now the ei-t In rapidly returning to
who in It,
if Electric m
aSe e*s Mr*, is View
3ft WEfw NAVa
One plyras in Preenet Eardinge
message to Congtes seems, i 9f t
lah observer may esp as the nte .
to sum up the whole Ameican att
tude toward Europe.
The people af the worle, the Pre.
dent asserted, "must themselves turi
to the heroic renedaes for the
menacing conditions under whi
they are struggling; then we an
help and we san to help." Europe
has no particular reason to eaom
plain of that ,declfratin.
That is fhir enough, but unfortu
nately certain European writers and
speacere have Made th mistake of
painting Europe's adittm In the
darkest colors in the hops of appeal
Ing to America's charity rather than
her business instincts. That kind of
appeal has failed,'and- it deserves to
fal. Moreover. it is not even based
on faot. Europe is In a bad way,
but she Is not sipping down the
hill. She is climbing up it.
Currencies are In a hopelese state.
but money is after a1 only a sym
bol of value. Eur is graduauy
pulling herself tog er. Poland. for
example, had this year a. harvest
more than sufficient for her needs.
So had Rumania. go had Bulgarm.
So had Hungary. So, I think, had
France. Italy is steadily getting on
her feet. Germany is in difflculties
with her finance and her reparation
payments, but her tactories are hard
at work, and there is hardly any un
Moreover animosities are dying
down. M. Briand's picture of a to
vengeful Germany waiting to fall e
an isolated France would be rejected
by most Britons and many French.
Altogether, Europe is, doing quite
a lot to help herself, and the kind
of counsel given by Mr. Harding lt
well calculated to encourage her to
keep on doing It.
TO BE ASSILED
Democrats Plan to Fight Meas
ure Before Senate Finance
Dy J. DAT CAMPUELL
Internatenal News Serve.
A smashing attack on the foreign
debt funding bill was planned today
at a conference of the Democratie
members of the Senate Finance Com
mittee In which Senators Simmons of
North Carolina. Reed of Missouri and
Walsh of Massachusetts took a lead
Despite the opposition of the Demno
cratic minority, and of some Repub
lican Senators. Including Borah of
Idaho and LAFollette of Wisconsin.
Republican leaders declared that a
poll made by them foreshadowed suf
ficient votes to insure the ultimate
passage of the measure in the form
the President desires.
Failure uf the Senate Finance Com
mittee to agree on the bill is threat
ening to delay consideration of it in
the Senate. although Chairman Pen
rose hopes to muster enough votes
when the committee tackles it again
tomorrow to enable him to report it
Senator Simmons Is pressing for
the adoption of his amendments
which would (1) compel the payment
of interest due by July 1, 1922; (2)
forbid any readjustment of the debt
by an interchange of bonds between
the United States and old-established
debtor nations like Great Britain.
France, and Italy; (3) require the
payment - of interest at the rate
authorized when the debt was in
curred, and thereby prevent a lower
rate of interest being allowed: and
4) prohibit any construction of the
bill to be made, either in whole or
in part, as to permit any remisson
or cangellaton* of principal or inter
Senator Walsh would have the bill
amended so as to make the com
mission of five it would cloak with
blanket authority to deal with the
ebt drectly answerable to Congress
not only In major but minor mat
ters, and forbid it to enter into any
arrangement for the readjustment of
any part of either principal or in
tereet without the . advice and con
sent of Congress.
CONSCIENCE GUIDE IN VOTE
ON BEER ACT, SAYS SENATOR
WILMINGTON. Del., Dec. 7. -
nited States Senator L. Heialer Bail
ast night replied to the letter of pro
est sent him by the Rev. William 0.
arris. president of' tho Methodist
Peachers' Association. explaining his
omposition to the medicinal beer bill
when it was before Congrees.
Senator Ball says In his letter that
is "conscience was his guide" in his
vte, and that while he has always
oted against beer as a beverage, he
elieves a physician, w .ich is the
enstor's profession, should be allow.
ad to prescribe alcohol, because "in
my opinion it is the only thing thai
will save a man'e life, under certain
HOLSTEIN HANGS UP BUTTER
RECORD FOR 3-YEAR-OLDS
WAU7PACA, Wis., Dec. 7.-Wi.
onsin's Pride Second. a pure-bred
oltein Friesian cow owned by John
rickson, a breeder living near here.
as completed a yearly record which
ives her the world's championship in
he senior throe-year-old class, with
a production of 1,827.94 pounds of
utter from 29,502.9 pounds of milk
rheee figures exceed by a consider
ble margin the former rec'ord held
hldyAgic Eche Hengerveld, a
toy insM- min
t who seeied free
K s a'h ees ln 1m
-a 8 Ninth street northaget;
,19 I III, ,thwe"t
U mgl stfl Beadew
aer moth Klnh'mhu vsted
Boom 342, collected $5 ad fothwith
donated it to the Good Fellw fund.
Furious at Shantung Action.
Peking Cabinet Called on
SHANGHAI, Dec. 7.--A gigantic
Iefvonstratlo prteting agut t he
at Washington and deman'ding the
egaonof the eking government
Pmdent ua Shib Chang Is thret
Ma eetigs wre hed here at
ience to ry for the rgteous
nees of the Chinese cause at Was's.
The Asmociated Chamber. of Comn.
egthat Chin hdben betraa
Threats were made that the Chi
ecpin ote ir reurn fromWa
oth Chn repubic that t hen
ser in which direc negotiation were
B agtung peninsula gave China the
FAKE DRY AGENTS SEIZE
TRUCKLOAD OF WHISKEY
Npr btORK, Dec. .SIx bogus
and threatenng to shoot unles
es Sixtfirst a load trc wit
eighty-one cases of whiskey "arrested"
he drver and, afte permittn hi
employer, drove off with the truck
and its contents.
No tje Of the thieves or the liquor
Police detectives and prohibitIon
agents were reported to be out in
o as ngt a r
prisoners, two of them Chinese, were
Th e Cinese wre charge with hav
BEATS WOMAN FOR BLOOD
TO CURE RHEUMATISM
a tta f ematism I bot
!eet she had to beat a woman who "be
Witched" her and take some of the
blooto a frtun eller, M Mage
eryetrainpainn why ahel
rearly kiled Mrs. Annie Metser, e
Mrs. Kinsell said she put her feet
Narpad of wax anr the im resion
Dour"y owe the faten of Mr, et
troo. The jury found her guilty of as
iault and Judge Moser imposed fine
and cost. totaling 8200.
WARD OFF PAIN
L ITTLE aches grw into big pean.
unless warded of h by anharic
tion of Sloan's. Don't ru, as
wf pih wp . A counter-Irritant,
Sloan' scatters con ti on, and soon
lievces the 1ch pa in. sos
Rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica,
lumbago, lame. back, stiff joints,
sprains adsrnswon't fIgh long
Aways keep It andy for Instant ase.
For more than forty sloan's
Liniensnt has helped the
world over. You won't be an eacep
tion. It etainly does tuce results.
mo@*just As from tastimula
recetiy odor tha it will do you .
At tocdruggst-35c, 70e, $1.40.
Bbnt enisul SiKY hina a
iin ment. flahin
Fest iirs ht loi'e d ir
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The Sultan of All Sluggers
Headliner Attraction at
KEITH'S This Week
_ THURSDAY at 12:30
721 14th STREET
(4 Doors Bow Now York Ave.)
"Babe" Ruth Special!
During the visit of the
great Ruth at the store .
mentioned above - we
will sell our regular $6
and $7- value Velours at
this extraordinary price.
41911 StAL. K
IO~lk(Opposite Star BuIlding)l
Meet "Babe" Here at 12:30 Tamrrow =
721 14th St. N.W. Each Conveniently
(3 Doors Below New York Ave.)
The same service and careful atten- Iiocated;Do tor
tion that has built our reputation for
"Brodt's, Inc.," headwear is the spirit
that prevails in this-our newest store.*