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A CHINESE VIEW.
"If the United States senate rati
fies the four power treaty, the pres
tige of the United States in the
Orient will utterly disappear," said Mr.
Ma Soo, special representative on the
South China government.
"It in America has allied herself
with the insatiable materialism of
Japan and the people of the Far East
will remember the- fatal consequences
of similar alliances in the past.
"We hoped for so much, we were
led to have faith In ideals so high and
purposes so plain, on the part of the1
ew administration, that th e" effect
upon American reputation in China
when her new alliance with Japan and
Britain and France is known will be
Senator LaFollette is also pessimis
tic of the treaty for he says
"Under the cloak of a conference
made possible by a worldwide senti
ment for disarmament, the diplomats,
representing reactionary sentiment in
Great Britain, Japan, France and
United States, have hatched in secret
a treaty or alliance which morally
binds 'this.-country to go to war where
ever the:: 'rights' of the high contract
ing parses in the Pacific are threat-
CANADA VVANT8 "ORDER"
The Canadian Royal grain commis
sion is making an appeal to the other
wheat producing countries of the
world to. join with it in working out
an orderly method for the marketing
of the wheat crops. Twenty-five years
ago the Russia government made a
similar proposal to the United States,
but it was ignored.
In its proposal the Canadian com
mission shows that it is well aware of
the serious conditions noted by Pres
ident A Townley of the Nonparti
san League, in his plea forth revival
of the government grain corporation
to stabilize the price of wheat.
would likewise substitute order and a
square deal for the producer in place
of the chaos and profiteering now ex
isting between producer and con
One of the chief factors in the situ
ation, is the fact that world prices are
-set in the speculative Liverpool mar
ket, which Is dominated entirely by
buyer interests. .The demand to
wheat is constant and the land
adapted to.its production so limited,
that an increasing number of people
are coming to see that speculative
nfethods are entirely unjustified in its
marketing. It is also a nonperishable
prdduct and thus can be carried over
from a year of plenty to the lean year.
R. R. ORDER HOLD8
The Interstate Commerce commis
sion has refused to grant the plea of
the' railroads that the reductions on
wheat, coarse grains, and hay be sus
pended for six months. Th reduc
tion order amounted to 18 per cent
on wheat and 18 per cent on the
coarse grain and are to take effect
The railroads attempted to substi-
*i*4Mtor this order it* so-called volun-
HARDING'S BUL O N NEW TREATY
IS PAINFUL TO e. 0. P. SENATORS
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
President's Failure to "Understand" Document Casts Gloom on
Expected Political ResultsChinese Delegate Declares Agree-
ment Will Destroy American PrestigeCanada Asks Wheat
Market Plan By All Producing CountriesWestern Rate Re-
ductions SustainedAnother Foolish Pretense of Killing Off
Washington, CEvidently the
tour power treaty agreed on by the
conference on. Limitation of Arma
ments, is so indefinite that the Presi
dent himself did not understand what
In reply to an inquiry as to what it
did mean the president declared that
the term "insular possessions" includ
ed the territory of Japan proper, be
cause Japan is an island kingdom.
The other three powers would thus be
in a position of maintaining and pro
tecting Japan itself against any hos
When our peace conference dele
gates hea*$ of this interpretation
they immediately informed the Presi
dent that such was not their view and
The incident has caused great ex
citement in G. O. circles, ranging
from meriment to gnashing of teeth.
Anti-treaty senators are doing the
laughing and pro-treaty senators feel
desperate because of the result it will
have on Harding's leadership and the
The ruling G. O. factidfe had hop
ed to make great political capitol out
of the conference and of the treaty
as promising a relief from wars. And
the misunderstanding of Harding
himself as to what the treaty meant
wilL largely spoil any such affect.
Some of the leaders are criticising
Harding for not following the pblicy
of former President Wilson,during the
war, of refusing to hold press confer
ences during negotiations because of
the likelihood of having to answer
questions embarrassing to the dele
gates at work, and embarrassing
to the result which politicians want
the country to expect.
I now develops, also, that Presi
dent Harding has said a number of
things which caused great flurries
among the conference delegates and
cabling home for new instructions.
He expressed the hope that the con
ference would lead to a permanent
association of nations and also that
Germany would be invited into it be
fore the work was concluded.
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN.
tary reduction of 10 per cent on all
farm commodities. This 10 per cent
reduction was offered for 6 months
only, unless the railroads succeeded
in reducing wages still further. Thus
an attempt was made to line up farm
ers and other shipping interests in
the drive on railroad labor. Th com
mission, however, has refused to an
nul its order.
It is expected that the 10 per cent
voluntary reduction will take effect
on other commodities than those cov
ered by the commission order.
There is a rumor that the big ship
pers and the Farm Bureau Federation
and the National Grange have made
a treaty of peace with the railroad ex
ecutives and that the executive prop
aganda against railroad labor will be
furthered by this alliance. Farmers
in general, however, will not be taken
iii by this railroad plot if they know
the facts of the situation.
If the railroads had used the 400
million reduction in wag es obtained
on July 1 for lowering rates, there
might be more readiness in the public
mind to accept the promise that fur
ther reductions in wages would be re
flected in lower rates.
But there is a great number of peo
ple on the farms as well as in the
cities who are unwilling to get a few
cents' advantage for themselves by
helping large business to rob any
great class of people.
ANOTHER TRUST "KILLED"
Conservatives themselves must
laugh at the attempt to meet certain
grave modern problems with the con
The Interstate Commerce Commis
sion has "now become aware of the
railroad trust and is going to break
it up by an approved method. Wil
liam Rockefeller, Harold S. Vander
bilt and George S. Baker are ordered
to give up a number of their director
ships and other railroad offices on De
These gentlemen are heavy stock
holders in the corporations they were
ordered to resign from and thus de
stroy the railroad trust, and hence
will elect their own men to fill their
W suspect that the gentlemen on
the Interstate Commerce Commission
have a good snicker among them
selves over the prospects of Rocke
feller's, Vanderbilt's, and Baker's
hired men breaking up their neatly
arranged railroad trust.
This is the only remedy which con
servatives have offered so far for the
trust problem except that of giving
the monopolists greater opportunity
DEBS RELEASE LIKELY
On December 22 the president had
a conference with Attorney General
Daugherty on the 197 political pris
oners still confined for alleged viola
tions of wartime laws, and it is un
derstood that many of these are to be
released before Christmas.
While at this time the list has not
been given out, it is assumed that
Eugene V. Debs, prominent socialist
leader, who has been confined in the
federal prison at Atlanta for nearly
four years, is among the number.
The attorney general's office, em
phasized that no general amnesty was
intended, but rather each case was
considered on individual merits and
that executive clemency was simply
extended on a larger scale than usual.
PANAMA CANAL GAINS
The traffic through the Panama
canal during the past year has been
nearly twice that of 1915. Th 1921
total is greater than that for any of
the war years. W thus have another
illustration of a successful public un
dertaking totally out of the range and
power of private enterprise on which
many of our wild-eyed private owner-
sMp cranks could devote a great deal
of profitable thought.
The state of Queensland, Australia,
is the first important state to act on
the agitation for a single legislative
council, since Great Britain took away
the major powers of the House of
Lords about 1910.
Queensland has abolished its upper
Its constitution provided that the
upper house could be abolished only
by a majority vote of its members BO
the .labor government, which domi
nates that state, swamped the upper
house with labor members who were
pledged to abolish i Th action was
carried out by a two to one majority.
Variety of Money.
In Africa a weird assortment of
beads, elephanta* tusks and spear
heads la made use of as coins. In
Burmah little cowrie shells generally
answer thepurpose of Interchange, but
for very small transactions disks of
porcelain are made use of. In Oceanl
ca, flint axes are tha most common
means of exchange, but they also make
use of ropes of feathers. Some
Alaskan Indians still use shell money.
I China there are lumps of gold and
silver in circulation which have been
going the rounds for more than a
Copyright, 1921, Western Newspaper Union.
I'm proof against that word "fail-
ure," I've seen behind. The only fail
ure a man ought to fear Is failure In
cleaving to the purpose he sees to be
A FEW NUT SALADS
The amount of nuts added to any
combination used as a salad adds
greatly to its nutritive
one head of lettuce,
wash and separate the
leaves, then wrap and
put away to drain. Re
move the seeds from a
green pepper, also the
white membrane, and
7*) cut the pepper Into wa
fer-like slices. Rub the
skins from one cupful of peanuts and
chop coarsely. When ready to serve,
place the lettuce In a salad bowl,
scatter the pepper and nuts over it
#nd decorate with forms cut from pi
mento. Season well with salt, papri
ka and pepper. Serve.with French or
Cream Cheese, tSrape and Pecan
Salad.Take one pound of California
grapes, remove the seeds and mix
with one-quarter pound of pecan nut
meats broken in bits add French or
mayonnaise dressing and place on
head lettuce. Take one cream cheese,
mix with cream to soften, then press
through a ricer over the salad. Dec
orate with halved nuts and forms cut
from canned red peppers.
Almond and Banana Salad.Peel
and scrape three bananas, cut in quar
ters lengthwise and sprinkle with iem
on Juice. Chop one-half pound of salt
ed almonds very fine roll the bananas
in them. Arrange on head lettuce
and sprinkle with seeded grapes. Pour
over French dresclng made by using
lemon Juice Instead of vinegar.
Walnuts and Potato Salad.--Cnop
six cold boiled potatoes, one-half cup
ful of nut meats, one small cooked
beet, three or four pickles, a stalk of
celery, one-half of a green pepper,
finely shredded, and one cupful or
thick, rich, highly-seasoned boiled
dressing. Press into a mold and let
stand to chill serve on lettuce that
has been sprinkled with onion Juice.
Hard Sauce.Cream one-half cup
ful of butter, add one cupful of pow*
dered sugar,' then fold In the stiffly
beaten white of an egg. Cream may
be used in place of the egg, whipped
until stiff, using two tablespoonfuls or
butter instead of the half cupful.
If, instead of a gem. or even a flower,
we should cast the gift of loving
thought Into theheart of a friend, that
would be giving. I think, as the angels
SEASONABLE GOOD THINGS
Those who are fond of cottage
cheese will find some suggestions from
the following recipes:
Cottage Cheese Loaf.
Take one cupful of
chopped cooked carrots,
one cupful of ground pea
nuts, one cupful of bread
crumbs, one cupful of
cottage cheese, two eggs,
two tablespoonfuls of
sweet fat, one tablespoon
ful of chopped parsley, a little onion
juice, one-half teaspoonful of mustard,
one teaspoonful or less of salt, a few
dashes of cayenne and paprika.
Cheese Salad.Put cottage cheese
mixed with two tablespoonfuls of
boiled salad dressingusing one cupful
of the cheesethrough a ricer and heap
on hearts of lettuce. Serve with a
spoonful of the dressing on the top
Luncheon Croquettes.Take three
fourths of a pound of cottage cheese,
one cupful of chopped carrots, one
onion chopped fine, one tablespoonful
of flour, two eggs, salt and pepper and
one cupful of yellow corn meal. Boil
the carrots in salt water ten minutes
then add the chopped onion and cook
until tender. Season the cheese, add
one egg well beaten, then the cooked
vegetables. Mould Into croquette
shapes, roll in corn meal, dip in egg
and fry In deep fat until crisp and
brown. Serve with or without sauce.
Cottage Cheese Sandwich Filling.
Chop one-quarter cupful of candled
cherries, add to one cupful of cheese
that has been enriched with cream to
the consistency for spreading, season
with a dash of salt and sugar and
spread on white buttered bread for
Brazil Nut Orange and Pineapple
Salad.Wash the heart leaves of let
tuce and arrange for Individual serv
ice. Take one cupful of pineapple
cut in dice, two oranges divided into
sections and one-half pound of Brazil
nuts, with skins removed and cut
in thin slices. Mix well and add
whipped cream, with two tablespoon
fuls of boiled salad dressing and sea
soning to taste to one cupful of
whipped cream. Serve on the let
Rhubarb and Pear Salads-Bake two
cupfuls of rhubarb with one-half cup
ful of sugar until tender but unbrok
en chill. Mi with four tablespoon
fuls of olive oil, two tablespoonfuls
of lemon juice, a teaspoonful each of
powdered sugar and salt with a dash
of cayenne. Arrange the rhubarb over
halves of pears poor over the dress
lag and sprinkle with a little chopped
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