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THS HARTFORD HERALD
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E FLIGHTS - WING-WALKING STUNTS
BY MISS CLARA La BELLE, of DETROIT, MICH.
Slow Mule Race
ALL SORTS OF" REFRESHMENT:
Old Fashioned Barbecued Meats. Plenty to Eat and Plenty of Entertainment.
Day of Enjoyment For .Young and Old
CENTRAL CITY CHAMBER COMMERCE
RUSSIA hTAMS FIRM AS
H K PARLEY OPENS
The Hague. June 13. The con
ference which is to consider Russian
kffair was culled to order In the
leio Talace this afternoon by the
Ditch Foreign Minister, H. A. Van
Keruebeok. Sixty delegates, rep
TvwntiDK about thirty countries,
All sessions will be absolutely se
cret. It was aauounced. Even the
ri prupentatives of the world press
were denied admission to the peace
Ttie visiting delegates appeared
to be helpless in the situation.
Many of them expressed annoyance
pal cfcuiitries, excepting Russia,
were scheduled to assemble in the
peace, palace this afternoon and
study the programme to be present
ed the Russian delegation at the
Joint meetings to open on June. 2fi.
June 18. Sunday School is pro
gressing nicely at this place.
Several from this community at
tended euarterly meeting at Nar
.Miss Dimple Westerfleld and Mr.
Earl Harrison were Sunday guests
of Missea Ellen and Oxora Boswell.
MVs. Sarah Boswell visited rela-
over the attitude of the Dutch Go-(Uvea In Ceulertown and Hartford,
ernn-.etit which as host apparently ; jast wee,.
decided to exert
every effort to
DRAFT OK NEW IRISH CON- I for the right of cltltens to appeal
8TITUTION MADS PUBLIC I to the king in council against the
ON EVE OP ELECTION supreme court's decision.
I It provides for freedom of re-
' ,r j . liglon and conscience, gives Free
London, June 15. The draft of "
GlotA Itttan full npntttl! Inn ffainRt
the new Irish constitution, 'made " '
the arbitrary power of court mar
tial, and extends to parliament ex
clusive control over the armed
public tonight, on 'the ev. of the
Irish elections, gives as the docu-
m ..n mi m lu fr'a fit 1ft W 1 l" th.
Anglo-lriah ' treaty and expressly torces. as stipulated In the treaty
declares that any provision' of the ..
constitution . or any amendment DEGREK AWARDED
thereto, or any law enacted under
the constitution, which is in any
respect repugnant fo the treaty,
shall be void and inoperative.
This constitution embodies
nection with the British crown, as
R. B, G RIDER
, The Rev. R. B. Grider, presiding
elder of the Louisville dUtrtct of the
con- Southern Method! Church, has
been awarded the honorary degree
MUsea Katy Turnum an Minnie
Gentry were guests of Miss Gertie
Ma. Blacklock. from Saturday af
ternoon until Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Claude Quisenberry and ba-
Tb. Hague, June 15. All Eu
n unKrsd 1 hnnea todav on
the opening of the international j by, of liopainsviue, aycui ......
conference which is dedicated to the, with her parent. Mr. and Mrs. John
task, of making practical arrange- Gaither. She is visiting her sister.
ment for tha re-entry of Russia jura. E'11 Green at Millwood, this
into the concert of nations. week.
The lit least temporary, failure of j vr. Fofter Thomas entertained
the efforts at Paris to organise oii;,ujt , f,w children Wednesday af
international loan for the restore- urn00Ilf lt Betng her daughter's
tion of Germany has undoubtedly I Uth 0,r,nday, Refreshments Were
aerved to augment to. P"""wt(d alld , enjoyed the occasion
already established in - the treaty, of Doctor of Divinity by the Ken-
and generally place the relationa tucky Wesleyan College at Win-
between Ireland aad the empire on cheater. Dr. Grider was "visitor at
the same basis as Canada and the ,h rniWa durlnr tha commence-
1 mhor itrtfntnians. 1 w w J ... .
- - uisut yi ui a ui wuvw iu, ucfiv wmb
The constitution requires every conferred upon him. On. other was
member of the Free State pa rlia- also awarded.
ment to subscribe faith and allegl-i Rev. Grider delivered the com
auce to the constitution and swaar mencement address for Hartford
to be faithful to the king In virtu. Hlgh Scnooi tbi year.
of th. common citizenship of Iro-I , ,
land and Great Britain and Ireland J , TEACHERS GET TAPERS
membership In tb British common'
ERIN TREATY MEN
SEE EASY MARGIN
Ahtutiiln in many countries con
renting the. prospect of making
definite agreements with communla-
llo Russia on sucn i
credit, the treatment to be accord-j
ed to property held by foreigner!
and tb. payment of in. Kussiaa
Nevertheless, deterrolnstlon was
evident among th. delegate gath-
MTs. Maud McClellan and baby
ar. visiting ber parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Shultx.
tut of the QimwUo
Murphy wa p In court on th
usual charge lreet brawling.
Murphy," ccuo'elkd Hi Honor,
"thi nui nop- Wby don't you
red her. for tb. preliminary meet- count to on. hundred before yon be
ing to make every conceivable effort j (0 to BghtT
to reach th. result
th. "impossible, Yer Honor!" ex-
n .ha u oced la ' . I(med (he df-n1nt, gast. . N ay.
I . ik.. tiwnm tH feller & m a. mWt
Tb. veprwwnutlvt of lb. rlncl-I wy!"Air.rIcsn Legl.n Weekly, i tb fullest power, only tlpulating
wealth of nation
Tbje document contain sewenty
nin. article aad I considered an
up-to-date Instrument, not only
granting female suffrage, propor
tional repreaentation and a ref.r
unducn to the people, but also em
powering th. people themtelve to
initiate legislation. It gives to the
chamber great power with respect
t. money bills without control from
tb. senate, thu duplicating th.
position a between th. British
house of commons and. th. boas,
- It exempt th. Free Stat, from
active partlclptatloa in war with
out tb. consent of parliament, ex
cept In tb. case of actual Invasion
and gives tb. Irish supreme court
Frankfort, Ky., June II. Out of
S.047 applicant who took. th. ele
mentary teacher' examination In
May, 1,, mora than bait of them,
failed. It wa announced today by
lb Department of Education. - First
class certificates were awarded to
194 and second class to I.08S., Th.
Jun. examination for Stat, and
elementary .certificate atart tomorrow.
Wkerw tha K. O.' Grow
"That the point I'm trying to
mak," argued th. pugilist, as be
swung for hi opponent' Jaw.
American Legion Weekly.
If girl cries It prove that ah.
has a heart and that h. fa conn
dene la ber face powder.
- Dublin, June 17. Lacking def
Inate announcement of the election
yesterday for the new Dall Eireann,
th. result of which ar. not expect
ed to be known before Tuesday, the
estimate I hasarded In some quar
ters that the Republican will have
forty representative In j the new
Dail, that tha group which repre
sented the pro-treaty sentiment in
the old Dail will have sixty mem
bers, while the newscomer will
If all the newcomer' support the
treaty, th. likelihood of which has
been pointed out, lt would give the
Free Stat, forces a working ma
jority on tha treaty Issue. The Re
publican, however, do not expect
the division will follow the, line
and prefer to regard the new parlia
ment a likely to consist of 100 old
Sinn Fein member against twenty-
eight not attached to that party
organisation. They ay that the
Coalition Cabinet therefor ia safe
against attack on any policy ad
vanced by the. combined Sinn Fein
wing. , Th. Coalition Cabinet 1
expected to focus it attention on
administration and tb. Ulat.r prob
lems. Th. d. Valera-Colllns pact pro
vide for a fresh .lection , If th.
Coalition cannot carry -on, th. aew
election to be baaed on universal
pion, said this afternoon. .
- Kearns said he wa leaving 'for
tha East tomorrow and while ther.
would take up proposition . from
Floyd Fitr-simmons, promoter, of
Benton Harbor, Mich., and Tex
Rickard of New York for a Dempsey
HENRY FORD ALLOWED
TO CUT FREIGHT RATES
. Washington, June It. Proposal
of Henry Ford to reduce coal rate
on" bis railroad, the Detroit, Toledo,
and Irouton, which originally were)
suspended by the Interstate Com
merce commission wer. allowed to
go into effect today under a final
decision of th. commission.
PKMP8KT MAT MEET
JESS ON LABOR DAY
Loa Angeles, Calif, June 11.
Jack Dempsey, heavyweight cham
pion pug (list, may meet Jess ' Wll
lard, from whom b. won th. till.,
la a return match next Labor Day.
Jack Kearns. manager of th. eham-
15 INJURED WHEN CARS v
LEAP DOWN EMBANKMENT
Mlneola, Tex., June 14. Two
rear sleeping car on the Sunshln.
Special, tb Texa A Pacific train
uuo in fauna B CVO O ClOCK tnia
afternoon, Jumped tha track at Lak
Fort, nine tnllea east vt her today.
Injuring fifteen person , om. of
them seriously, Th. coacbes plung
ed down a twenty-flv-toot embank
ment and turned over.
, Entitled to Go
On. day Mr. Jame rushed Into
Ji.r husband' presence in a atat of
wild excitement and exclaimed:
"Oh, John. Nora mad. a miatak
and tried to atart tb. kitchen . fir.'
"Gaaolln. ah?" calmly replied
John. "Did h. get It atartedt"
"Did h. get it started!" echoed
th. agonised Mr, James. "It blow
ber right out the kitchen window."
"Oh, well, that' all right," re
torted th. philosophic Mr. Jamea.
"It waa her afternoon oat. anyway."
V -American Legion Weekly.
VtM Bartfnrd H'raJd, fijjo tkw yea.