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NEWS REVIEW OF
Ratification of Yap Treaty indi
cates Other Pacts Will Go
NOT ADMITTED BY ENEMES
Fight to Modify Volstead Act Begun
by Federation of Labor-New Plan
to Finance Bonus-President Asks
Congress for Ship Subsidy.
By EDWARD W. PICKARD
IN Tfis preliminary bouts of the
t'inty tight in the senate the ad
ministration has scored victories whiet
lend lienator Lodge and others to pre
diet eitain triumph in the main con
test over the four-power iacillc pet
as well as in the other bouts.
HIxpression of this confidence can1
after the senate, on Wednesday, hat
ratified the treaty with Japan concern
Ing Yap. This is not properly one o
the Washington conference series o
trentles, but its acceptance was con
sidered necessary before* neltton I
taken on the other Pncifle trentles. I
puts an end to the dispute betwee
this country and Japin by recognizin
the Japanese nandite over Ynp an
at the sam1e tine securing Amerien'
cable rights there.
The ihnal vote (in the Yap pa(t wi
07 to 22 and w%-ais precedid by ithe vot
Ing down of a nminher of reservation
which certailn Denoeiritie senator
thought necessary ito ninke Atter a
right,; (in the ilad entirely secuti
tion,'I an hIreea liypuiI1 enns-Hora
Franrc nnd L' .tohniton nhans frIt. A
the wnreil 11e saist111lei weit
'esedioe .)inblant Theit ter5 ,416
conhiet tey onh ntsterOi tl4ug.
TOn Jitiono Sntri..let
1Onte 44 linnlei atly ook up1he41.t
A iirisieaty an ite Ind1ienln
14' 1(41( wsrpote Ito thi
(~ lhte )1 1l(UI1I'5 014- ithe li nei 11
Afthtlor Ungeei's ete'
wa: Ite Un~ed Xited~i tte'1sj ',
deons vy ig~lVh in44 tIere Washin4ge
-lea red htl ef thul support1 the Y'n''uI/
retnty if1he coh4l e4 sur that t wonh~
l:ntrd of1( Ame1e's''I oivn -blith itere
10 wtthet'andaed shliked the ont.
'tans grnnin11g unionetIfth tr st if
~hillese l t . " ar'e hert'minga vrt
eoly n vved im res vr
Ien to 1 IleitIo of ilssr0111 lol 1y11
Ith rfust if theI 1 nator tohtcoiz
Vdeaing wilt54tl the Co fI IYa pr
hbon. mre dhae thate the Yn
'lnders1 'hdeve beenlt~t consulted1
to wh01'ether tho'(e' "liked likr I r not. 4
tlIel drew tha "distua picture of4'' thirs
YaptsI grOnnnig'i under4 the tyrann ofit1.
only11 to natves.~mi ~~~h1 '.h
brnge abot 1inw'hthe dilenin oif ".
takrcie up tis denu nndek > nmkr
ery of victims of tile RLouL airship (iia
Lxantiria. Va., by the Free Mansnis. 8.-1
bo were married February 28.
failure and a dangerous breeder of dis
content and contempt for law, and
"We urge that all citizens in every
walk of life demand from their repre
sentatives and senators in Washington
inuiediate relief from the unwarranted
restriction contained in the Volstead
net; and we likewise suggest to the
citizenship of our country the wisdom
ai advisability of bearing in mind
the attitude toward this issue of office
holders and aspirants to office in com
Ing elections in order that there may
be restored to the people the lawful
use of wholesome beer and light wines,
which, under the provisions of the
eighteenth smendment can and should
be rightfully declared as non-intoxicat
The executive council asserts it
holds "that the eighteenth amendiment
under a reasonable and proper legis.
lative interpretation would he benell
cial to our country and would have the
support of the great majority of out
people." But the council says an ex.
haustive investigation which it has
conducted shows these effects of the
"1. A general disregard of the lawv
amnong all ciasses, including those whc
maltde the law.
"2. Creation of thousands of moon
"3. Crenton of an army of bootleg
"4. An amazing increase in the traf
StIe in poilsons and deadly concoctions
t andi drugs.
"5. An increased rate of insanity,
blindlness. and crime among the usere
of these coneoctions and drugs.
14"j. Increase In unemnploymnent, due
to losses of employmnlt by workers in
forty-live industries directly or indi
reetly connected with the manufactuire
( ef liquors.
1"7. Increase in taxes to city, state
I and notional governiimeits amounting;
. 1o approximiately $1.000,000,000 pel
R101 iCAN inembhers of~ t he hous
it big re'jectediI t the sles i tax i pin for iI
|- iit ' tee twint 11n t ryinig to dev-ise ot het
joig a il t111Ihat con~ltlus nol lthinneing
htji: fetu re. A subiIonnnulit t'el sugte d ont
rp i whicPh wotid not invlve a hetav'i
.. is ttnlf a shs dj 'ste
t'''ti ser h-e cetl-ii'e t-si fouhl bie is e
teql to 10' the sum of he tadjus lfttd r
b- imy~~l of i it.I I the veira ( iiada i
doutestlefsevice yands ti.e su day i'l)
1fore1iln tsevie ies the~ thebnu 11m111
entt thi time t' (dise1lutr1ge),I icreased bl
oiwet years at thei tate ove - 1% p(1
,roxhnn'tieli33erms t dhe amount 1
.-I thalil'l i ittbi- t veta iwutlds har
1111lvid undifr ithsle s fetre.O t l
gImme itely te rlihel certilnit
wsrecee t sorvidc tibnia cole
ta in fotn5 a hank n aiout -u
to 5 perllen lilt t oatl or thevere
tio of t hreestji years the41 $l.0.lItsl
l inned,'l pl inster el,~~ ha-idn hnr
C rnmntill f5 telus (l to' akeit' a oer nti
carr th l o. e'llls l'l~~'li
se. '2.-Accepted desi.gn for Wash.
satest portraits of Priacess Mary of
chief of the bureau of navigation, are
trying to combat the movement in the
house to turn back to civil life the 541
miembers of the academy class that
graduates next June. They told the
house naval comtuittee that these men
were needed, that the three other
classes should he allowed to graduate
and that there should he no reduction
li the niuther adminIted to the academy
PiESIICNT' liarding last week made
a it g I 14and e11nest atpelal to con
gress to gIve direct aid to American
shipping. and imninediately after the de
livery of his address bills prepared by
the shippdig hoard and emuhodying the
adninistratIon recoinnendatlons were
int roduced by Itepiesenta tIve Green of
MassachIsetts, chatriman of the house
coinittee on uierchant marine and
fisherles, and by Senator Jones of
Washington, chairman of the senate
cointittee on commerce.
The program embodied In these
ineasures would cost the government
about $15,000,000 the first year, and
the annual expense tiltiiately might
reach $30.000,000. Besides direct con
peatsation to Ainerlean vessels engaged
in foreign trade the pro~gram Involves
the sale of goveinmient ships at prices
based on present umarket' values, con
struetlon loans to private companies,
and various forms of Indirect aid.
N HIS ship subsidy address to con
gress the 'residlent took occasion
to reiterate his aipproval of the Great
Lakes-St. Lawrence waterway pro
ject, and that was also the topic for a
lively debate before the National
Rivers and liarbors congress In Wash
ington hst week. The project was
there champIoned by Gov. Henry J.
Allen of Kansas and 11. 11. Merrick of
Chicago, amd a tits opposed by Gov.
Nathan Miller of New York. Allen and
Merrick set forth spiritedly the demand
df the nidde west for a. adequate out
let to the sea for its products, andl
argued that th le piropoised waterway
could lbe Ilufinaned froiti thle 1,000),000
horsepmvere to be4 develo4ped4. Governor
Ahieun saId the Newv York barge canal
was aill rIght so) fari as It wenit, but
its capity was not over one-twentIeth
of1 that dleiuded b111 y thle IS state Ls ont
whose behalf he spo4ke.
G'overnor Ailler aittnmeked the p'roj
oil as ltposible of' successlI cin-ii
lhtion1 and14 114t in thie lest iterests
Ill' theo ti'nie States. Ilie 0epecially
-pro4t estedi aga inst 1the piroposed uimethodt
41f hinaiting it. saylig the waterpowver
r11hts fthe stil e 4of New York should
bo e taiken to ImyS the lill.
E "'^N"'Is ej"joy'"i a 'e"' ro""t
cnl crisis, In whI lh the co nservya
Iivyes tire steadlily losing si rength in14
t he II herals uinder thle lead(ershi 1p of1
lierhert Asiulthi are gi ing. Thle ide
taIls do not menntl 11unch1 toi ltst of uts,
IIlt t here is great linterest in oneit of
thle liossible re'sultIs-Ithe tet iremnent
of PremIer L~loyd G eorge'. lie hos beeni
iimuch annioyedl by "InusultiIng dd ictaton"'
anoldlI crkitim fromli sim ont'f thle Torpy
headers and( ia esp~ecialIly I rrlitated by
SIr George Yotmiger, boss oIf the
Uniloist organlizailt in, wh~lo vet oed
Lloyd George's plan for ta general
elect Ion immeitlately a fter thle con
forence ait Cananes. It Is buelieved the
preier wvill resIgn unless anu elect Ion
Is ordered very somon.
G llCA T IIIIITA IN nha ndi~onied Its
prIotecto rte over Egy it onm 'Tes
da~y aind set free the4 htind of the
P'haraiohs. Th'le tetrms of thei wvithdrawal
weret pre'sentedl to RuIt an lIIussein K(em.i
'li by Lord Allenby mial the tact was
Lloydl George. Tlhie liitIisli governmitent
reserves to Itself securIty of thte 'omi
miunicationis oif thme litIlsh emire In
10gypt, the de'fentse of' Igypt against
foreign aggresslin or 11n trferenice andtt
thme protectio of1 f4origin ite trets ai
:tile iinoritles int Egypt.
L L~OYD (;I:uit'; i aind P'oincare In
the ir wv''l elen confeeneetti elled
it lot of dIiplted~ iitter b(tSletwevten
1nglandi~ and F rancute. 11nd, e'sIIelalIly,
came to fitli ngriiiment (In 11he Anglo
herenc(h aillinn et. iTe 1 tay will pledge
Elin i't oia' litiinedintely to
1rtiie' al If sh is at lacked 1by'Ger
also u' ill support Irtie 1('In enforelng
I ermu~ian dsar 111 ent and11 b11( othI natiIons
wvIll aiel to'gethmer to proteCt Poland
iom~ ;er nny. Them all Iince willl run
fot "(J yeairs. In all this levance seems
to have gilned her etnds.
A certain senator, who Is'ist cloI
student of American dialects, thougl
he. hal deected fron the speech a
the driver of the coneh in which I
Was driving through the Yellowstoi
Pa'rk the region from which the rein
"you come from MissourI, do yo
1ot?" the senitor iskeil.
The driver pulledl in hIs four horse
set his brake with his foot, kind turm,
imiipiressively toward the senator.
"Senator," he said. "my father '
mother onct wveit to Allssouri onl
visit, and tihey visiteII there twen1
years. During that itite I was bort1l
but I want to tell you right now th
I'm no4) derned ' Mlssourian !"---Ila
BUT NEXT DOSE
It Is Mercury, Quicksilver, Shock
Liver and Attacks Yaur
Caloniel saJivation is horrible.
swells the tongue, loosents the teet
and starts rheumatism. There's no ree
son why a person should take sicke
ing, salivating colomiel when a fei
cents buys a large bottle of Dodson
Liver Tone-a perfect substitute fi
caloienl. It is a pleasant vegetabI
liquid which will start your liver jum
as surely as caloinel, but it doesn
make you sick and can not salivate.
Calomel is a dangerous drug; h
sides, it may make you feel weak, sic
and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose
day's work. Take a spoonful of Do
son's Liver Tone Instead and you w
wake up feeling great. No salts nece
sary. Your druggist says if you doti
find Dolson's Liver Tone acts' bett
than treacherous calomel your mon
Is waiting for you.-Advertisement.
Excavat ions I.'nrete have est1
lished the existenve of a peol
whose form of elvilization was t
earliest in Euroge. A huge pala
has been unearthed at Knossos wi
i drainage systeim described is "ts
A GOOD TONIC
FOR OLD PEOPLI
Strength and Prevents
Aged people often need a gon
blood tonie. When tlhe blood becomi
cioggetl with isons from lhe syste
Guade's Peiit o-Mttangan puiri ties It 1
divinig otf thle wast e matter. Gbot
blood is full of vitIallity and( ipreven
ill ness, giving thie body greatIer powi
of resistanrec. Theii weaknuesse's of 0
ace arue areatIly helpe b~'1 y a supply
rih. rdl buloonl. Iwle's Il'epto- Mangp
Is 54)4hl in Ihinuid or talet form by ii
b. IphIyslela ns for) 3n1 yea rs andl Is
va luable tonIc atnd builer for the' we:
maiil run-dow'~vun oft all :ages f'romu clii
lood Ito ol agae.-A dvert isemnent.
Theai le'ss we' have thIe oasie'r it il
share' It with 'other..
S'Net Contents 15 Fluid Drao
ALGOHOL-3 PER 3ENT.
4 'simnilatingtheFood byReguta
neter0 pii,Mor~phinen oT
SMineral. NOT NAuCO'rIC
Constpaton and D~r~ Oes
and Feverishness and
LOSS OF SLEEP
Eac Coyo Wapr
Many deaeen may be desoribed at
ilsal catarrh. stoinach and bowel dim
mon ills due to catarrh.
Fight It I Fight catarrh wIth a remi
han a reputation for usefulness a
i wDR I
Tablets e' Liquid
"When the Devil Was Sick-"'
Two old g(is had been at odds ever
since the day of their enlistnient.
They were (iue for discharge within
a few (ilys when one of thelin wis
Iken serilously IIl and the doctors
broke the news to himt that lie haid
snualil chance to live. lie stiuninoned
his oiI-tiine eitiny to his bedside.
"Ma1c," he sait plaintively, "they
telis nie l'in goin' to kick over. If
I do, will yer fergit our lights and
sort of let bygones he bygoies?"
"That'll be n'right," saild Mac, In
"And, Mac"-here the old gob's
voice grew stronger-'If I ever get
well and ye retuind tie I ever si(1
t that, I'll knock that fat wooden block
off yer shoulders."
b. WARNING I Say "Bayer'
le Unless you see the name "
not getting genuine Aspir.i
over 22 years and proved s
Accept only "Bayer" package %
Randy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets
Aspirtn is the trade mark of Dayer Manufa
S Her Case.
"911e is perfectly crazy about cake
and i end iinkhig."
"I see; a regular dough 1nt."
d SHE DYED A SWEATER,
n! SKIRT AND CHILD'S COAT
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Eachpacageof "Diamond Dyes" coun
tansdieciosso simiple any wmncan
rdye or tint her worn, shabby diresses,
.1skirt, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters,
[ eoverings, draperies, haungings, everythiing,
evna h a nevrlyed before. ltuy
perfct hme yein issure h~eeause Dia
dI mlOnd~ ryes are guanranteeud not to spot,
a .fade, streak, orrim. TFell yur druaggist
wheter he ateialyou wish to dvye is
wool or silk, or whiether it is linen, cot...On
-or mlixed goodis.-advertisement.
Theii tighitrope44 Wt wakeri is al l there
to when~i it c enines& to thle straiighit and14
iii 1ro w~' jIlt I h.
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
aoatarrhal condition. Ughs, colds,
orders are Just a. few of he ver ciy.
dfT assured merlt, a remedy whtoh
ogover halt a contury
DEnOiT. W-MON14s. ca. eCUIA.
"Would I consider hinm a prudent
man? I can't say that I would. Ex
actly the opposite, in fact."
-- "What reason have you for holdinig
such an opinion of hin?
"I happen to know that lie lets his
wife ani the lady who expects to sue
ceed her have charge accounts at the
'when you buy Aspirin.
Bayer" on tablets, you are
i prescribed by physicians
ife by rnillions for
Igo Pain, Pain
ihich contains proper directions.
Also bottles of 24 and 100-Druggists.
eture of MonoacetiecIdeater of Salleylieacid
Cle ars the Skin
Bayer on tablets you ae
-if 25il fd or bmaor frcn
g14 aeuritis e r
Sa coreing elie to Crofamed ey rapn
mou tr atens th i ds , etf u s c . Abe wielt
dh hoac ependnabe, uuth e sa el reedth
wiu.-cUo r gsta r. o lfe
Brf ad 147 awrN P eork C
Knownma a auchu
will ckenoff whoay
Mo ig pthershudeeaa ho re Nomitstar
alenoiet hegne Cou nen raPted
m ia t e ae s ti e l t u cl ve r0 u e we l ito
AT.Le igthot ach neryh Daw 7, Nollreleeth
Lcig ale cogeons Wanmtedrsflsep
3ents mnk a n ney. a . al u reassitpivenfor r
aeodr wigte likr fu this, pbtut youto
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