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YS REVIEW OF
vwer Pacific Treaty to Be
tified by Senate Unless
All Signs Fail.
1N AT LEAST FIVE VOTES
Reparations Commission De.
to Pay Bill for American Ex.
es on Rhine-Fighting in
South Africa--India in
)HN DICKINSON SHERMAN
fourpowe l'a itie treaity, It
Is ass-et11-4 :ast whk o b e
byth s me Inles,;s al1 signs
fail. A :inar:.a i' at letst live
was red -ted Itfollows tiatt
er six pu . t lie armainnttit
.1ce wiil b. ';.:---i as .1 a t
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11 , e ted it 11h-t1: 1 1 t l I
if i he' aisa l wh t astt -iiit
he cha'rgis thauit''i the Itre Ii
rInedQ by ith i itis h~~ lii an ju
hat tsecre negtiton s hii, an , lin
3'in ad thtttti t he tlrican hi
a' s"enf i' ni".'Iled 'n a re i
fl tt'. ihs itt thr upon tis.ate
ntery o hf this e I. treatyo and
'ht I uontierlnty. 11e wa::
iy fur it it'r i asi I.'I n
devis set was miu' I n
ia,( of h- tIt t o natr li andtr
f la bengI. o'ne of'(''' r t faur
A. ~le at iscarged ith the
.if t f dli-ine tra *hi e ~inn h
-ati Cred\ lotee th sue lteath-a
ddg ther, ingdr ott:ti
- im M ertanyitngl is vrery sred a ne
andi to accoectny th-:-.et wit
n'p ' o itsnnflnttrinrelationgto t
arn Ie iasilyandst and revno
ty I qsinorgnnets. mtieci
in ths stago he it uas hem
>rt great ('fler than iuttr niordl
o es poliit itteraist o
vi~e'rentf thes trety aus titi
hi)fl" ws presotnte . Iy Sao
bytc tour oern, whns ple.r
C re8(: nistui, antd it. nallihov
de11 His sate etios met atht
C is'~ene of aetll. os ht i~
an .'br ipanothFre shtuysher
or/ fthe treaty basedo supon tho
~;ng it uget ins awhrlhthad heer
h whicddhtatainde ton aoidtan
sdepIprtandtn objerepared amem<a
%i hgt accmprancte tr te awin
tiic to fitsefn'dty relation in th
Saneredpon isnd ad resrvh
d ic qureetlynsaii hscr
"AfrIto thissae, wene it is an e
strito coferee matattr on for
jo jo rte puiitynat te ofterliet o
1ss On anditsmot and htoatn
atated. Hssaeetmtwt h
lecec o al
........ .' .
i: useh'l Naaoska: at the staiart or it
n) a I It WAereV I lav', Ve IlAoridia for %'aIs
iltntia tio the fIur4-poiwer t wr reaty was v :It
wit h gA lIoi s'earS Oln bithalf of th te neVwsjl
during pveace. Ini % Ie(w Alf this. aind
IrI VIOW 1f the r'hition Alf t the treaty to
the resuil.; ( l i 4,1 1h ofrencle, Its
fitilitre witl Ie not hing1 sAoArt of at
1a.1 t Inal mI l.t 1y."
The svin I Ie dilbat' INver' rat titenion
('n1iria1s I II I' it f t I I' l'resiti nt's
-h-114e* of - enat aor I ln'nderwoi is as it com
ference vielegate. Therte aIrt' tIhome who
c idltaer t it seator frottm Alahattia tle
11f I1 li- abh11-10 t IIIn n p u b 111 li.' life. Ili
rt:aitly h0l at d trge it opirtility fot
his skiU as a dhebIattert vlen he lat
i'o'iteil tio rutai up his (een4lctrant
t'illowers- filr ratifiention. The tlirst
day le stiiAl ifirI tlre lItImrs baetfoiire t he'
I lenti'crats le has lIed in soi tmany PIar
tIsar. hat11h1t, arun h ttey Should14
AfIr-, vt lotrty lines, :11n41 joIn with t he
:i lI ininIsi ration ftirces foir ratiiatlion.
It was aIlin st excIusivel y a lletocratie
shiiw. wit h the lItelnblians sitting on
thi sielines and watchjing tie aistlate
taalnirity leaei' teright It out with hIs
unratly follo 1wers. h le anti-treaty
I iin ,oirat w ere trying- to trap hlim
into an atehnissi-n that the treaty In
effect ionstitutdt Ii an entangling ail
Iatnc'. lit lie insisted 4n "conference
agrainn." Stine if thein hieckled"
their hvailer. inly tle unfailing good
nature- of the Alabaman staved ofY at
stoirmY ses;sion. It was a situation
tihat mnly an experienced and able man
ei ith, m A'eet.
Next 'antri an assault on tle treaty
by Senaitir lora oi f Idaho and Sena
tor Joh-nson of Cilifiorna, Imepublican
irreoneihi.bls. Tley questitoned thi
itii rshi r if tl tra' ty. ilespite tih
itier t'rom Secretary litghes. Senato
Ia ,v If assachastts, maajoriy
ir a th r admit vill y hat( nal it
:-:1nt ri-''t iAn t lit- verm itty 1'
lal. In1 ,feit t he t wo
lII the tre:aty :1 :t
- ao44..111nttor Lonroot
jwreck lhe trt gr. TK.- 1Rainnsian
a'ai'iiltanent woubi ''luire ht.! ce 4 -
ofC conviertling lith ar-jowver cat ita
a lenagtae of nationas. It i"[e'ee :aH lhe
signaatorii's to riesJiu-t ia-h ''hter's ter-.
aritlra I lati'rty a ted to - enrumr nit t'
ofC atcgr't''i'in atrainist atny natiin out
shrllu thae p'at. Furaathermoriuai-. ir prrid-i1
ed, ina iasi' of dlisp.a.t'a that ottsiele na
tlions literi'sti-' -hlaii i h nvlitedl to
patiiti ini (itaon fle e h'bi ranader
thle tert'iuas of thae fou ar-protwerr paht.
Theii voat was 55 to :a . f'-eaen mm
her~ls wi're tablset. S ': were pa Iredl.
'hea fih-' uaiil d oaenrt''s are tall
'otutd fort rattiica tin. Fouar iteaubh.
voite ii thIle aairantaat: Ilorah oft
Iahthoi Johanson~a of' ('talliorna, La iFol
lhtte air W\lisltai aneal F~rra'e oa fMary
Iratni. lFour' uineraatts voted aigait l
it : l'nder''~ w'o'it of A laaat I'(iaanere
of' tiio, laailsdll aif I~'al.isIanra uand
Wi'llinitu of .\lssliitil. laster s-titar
uttihia -its lby Senaators~ Wualsh oif
Monatantia attal lt tman atof Nev~'adas, buoth
I ii'tiiaata wera'i viit al d~wns lay subl
st aint hailly the' samea vot'. hena Ia
series oft aa'saliaetts aid retserv'atilonx
wals tthu'ilha int th la rnaaaair to lbe
r aeaaly fori praesenatatIota biefore' the fInaal
'atm jusat onet treaty aifte an-~
'other'. Anaywa y, lhe lirest d il Iast
h we'ek toi Ithe ahlIed r'eparau ts 'oinix..t
e shian ini hiatrs a haIl fair $21,(MM,(H)O for
g thle e'xlense's of the Amer'tltean amy of
occuthin onit the Ithti' upi to May 1,
t 1921. TIhe ahlIied cointnlssiaetrs regIs
r teredl fr'ozent horror~t, buit thlaawedi sall.
etat 1iet' to sIek thle hill ota a~ splled a.
R You see, thtey weore nagaagedh ht div'id
1 lng tip among themstelves a repaarautlions
r' paymentt~t of' 1,0(),O4.w),(a goi atrks bay
'Germany and( l natratlly regiarded t he
s presetntaton of thte Amaerh'ana elatim
3 whlh to (date IRitaoethaing lIke $2(10,
(000,000-.n very had1( form. 'They there
fore washaed theIr han ads of thle mat tet
i and r'efet'red It to the at~led gov'eran
3 Tlhae lireanch press sets forth whalit Ia
lapresuabaly 113 the alliI ed vh'w: 'The UnIt
ed States deied to atify thle trenat)
- of Vers'ailIles, henace It hats tat lega
cinim atoli patyment tunder'a Its teirms. Thu
UnIted States maide Its ownt sepatratt
treQaty w~Itht Germany~ ; therefoare i
shtould do Its own collecting frotm -Gert
tna ny, The Brish pa'ess-some of It
thliks that, w~dle Uncle Samn has ne
legal claIm, he -may hav~e a moral
eilm. but whs 4itht ha mpak u=r
oyage tIow li tie It coist of
hjngton Friday. 2. Senator J. T.
i'd down, 55 to 3). 3. Matthew F.
aper tuen covering the State depart
sooner? All of whieh lentis emphasis to
the sayilng of Ihe ManI on the Street
"We have II the real money in the
worlbl aItta I for. Ihat very reason not a
sitai~te reail friend." Evidently thle new
tunidintg coittission to see what can he
clotate tIhout the eleven billions of illed
debts is in for tin adventure.
D 0 YOU rerttleiller Lolndon lunclh's
17:11ntius cartoof depicting. a fam11
ily counell of tle lritish Lion's rest
less brool lria' the Worl war?
Well, tle t'n4n 0'' tith Afrelat is sure
restless. I.ast week sIw the eittx
ial suippression of the strike of miners
whl. als hiail South Africa in its gril
for Itlore thanl two niaoniths. It had all
tli hal iarks -f an attempt at revolu
tion. The strikers captured half a
dozent towas anl nearly got posses
sim) of Johattnesbui rg. (et. .Tan Chris
thian Sinuts, the prenmier, proclaiatel
martial liw, calleIl out all tle govern
uent troops anlod took comnmand in per
sa n. Consored reports show the killing
of Iore than 1,I)4 Strikers, 11o1nece and
Sohliers. Gretadies, bombs, machino
guns. airplanes and tanks tigured it
the ighting; cities were hombarded;
thousatids of strikers were captured,
it was real war for a week. Thki
South Afriean Inlustrial fetieratior,
then declared the strike off andi lienie&
vomnpleity in the rebellion. This mar.
Smuts is a strong man. He has risen
from a Dutch g'neral in the loer war
to one of the leading statesmaen (if the
lritish vininonwealth of ations, as
he calls It. .\anly 1)wileve Smu11ts Io be
(lit logical sutessor to) Lloyd George.
N 1"''ta's ark the "a "anpliented
sitaltion in India. The arrest of
I h31111nti. le:alor of the non-co-oIerailonl.
%:I.as foillowed by wiesprenid pro
from all the Moslem world. Then
Britain was startledl by the unauthr
ized'a pitublh':i tion'a by FE. S. Mfontagu,
i~cIsrits saecretary oft state for India, oft
:i taeguramn fromt the indlia government
aking <demandls for the restoration of
Turakeyv. This constItutes an appeal
to t-he worldi by a subi)alnate British
ienvernment over thie head of thie imi
p~erhlil goveanmenat. Lloyd George cen
stiredl Mr'. Montagu aind dlemtanded hut
resignatrion. Mr... Mon tagut resigned,
bttalked back. puttng Lloyd George
I Ierby was asked to take the aecaretary
shaip foar Indlia anti declIned. This, com.
ing upona thie failure of theo unionists'
ant*'tinag Tuesday to gIve Lloyd George
ai voate of ('onifhience, has raiisedl again
Ithe possibilli ty of thle re.itgnat ion of thie
pert'mier. Ills [aollt ient enemies holdI it
lanjatssible for lhhn to retain tihe paosi
tion. Nevertheless, it has been an.
nouaacterl thant Lloyd George and Ctirzon
wvill atteund (lie Genoa conifearence
RJVISION of thIe Rtepublicani sol.
dierthnuts hill wars finlihed Tuies
ahiy lay thre warys anid mneatns commaittee,
whle ithlerealuaon repoted th Ile mneansurei
tra the house lby a vote of 19) to IS. Thel
perogram r calils for' prompat palssage of
thre bi11la y the house. lIeort Is thatn
It' Kennlie will nt acc'ept the hill as it
('acos fromt (lie hiouste and fliat a bong
dtelaay in thie senaate thtaince comittee
114 Inevitable. 'lThe hill provides ensh
bonaiuses only for veteranas entitled te
less than .$50. lFour taptions ar'e given
to others: art adjusted service certifi
'aite, farm or home aid, land settle
mtent aid, and vocationaul trailning.
IT Lr.OOKi H ts if All F'ools' Daiy wuouald
bte celbruated lby a strike of (lie coal
minaers. Secretairy of Labtor Davis (lid
no~t succeed last week in gettitng (lie
opjeratlox's and meann for conference Onl
a new waige agreement. Neither side
i appears to enre pa rticubairly whether
or nt., tiht strike comies. T1hie only cont
stalatiou for the puibice lies in (lie prob
aihility that somte of (lie ruainig dis
tr'icts will keep ait work.
Miary (Gairden, Chilengo's arbIter of
griatid tperla, slays thiat someti of (lie
- high-prio'ed stairs mauast fill (lie house or
taket less pay or get out.
l'aiah' Samt Is reporattedl to be conisid
erinig at ntegt iatloun of trenties wltha
(;rieat luirt aine Cuthtn to putt an~ end(
t Io Illii smutigglinug into the Uniited
Jtirdlhc explerts are predicting that thie
presidenttIil ('tcaa of (lie future
- will be conductitedl by wIreless tele
phone. Whait's that story about the
mayorr3Vt who was elected because he
I, brokee his heg anid the veptere never Saw
BIIEF NEWS NOTES
WHAT. HAS OCURhKO DURIN4G
WEEK- THROUGHOUT COUN.
TRY AND ABROAD
EVENTS OF IMPORTANCE
Gathered From All Parts Of The
Globe And Told In Short
Eamon de Valera has issued a man
ifesto, signing it himself, launching
a new Irish organization, a republican
association,, and asks financial and
moral support of it.
A full grown jackal ran wild through
the streets in the heart of Vienna re
cently, terrorizing the population. The
beast pursued pedestrians charging
right and left and biting many persons.
It finally was killed. An examination
revealed it had -been suffering. from
Lady Alice White, who was found
unconscious in her room in a London
hotel recently, died. A burglar is be
lieved to have inflicted the fatal in
jury, a fracture of the skull.
Official announcement was made
from the vatican that Pope Pius had
extended to extended to fifteen days
the interval to elapse between the
death-of a pope and the session of the
sacred college to elect his successor.
Spanish forces continue their suc
cesses against the Moroccan rebels
despite stiff resistance. The latest
official statement says: "Three col
umns commanded by General , San
jul'ejo have occupied lchti Side Salain
and other positions which dominate
Aroaf and Tikermin. The enemy
fought desperately along a fifteen kilo
meter front but was repulsed and pur
sued. Tanks and armored trucks aid
ed in the pursuit and defeat of the
enemy, whose resistance was tena
Prime Minister Lloyd George and
Marquis Curzon, secretary for foreign
affairs, will be among Great Britain's
delegates to the Genoa etonomic con
ference,--it was announced.
The proclamation of the sultan,
Ahmed Fund Pasha, as king of Egypt.
was accompanied by the firing of
salvos of 101 guns in Cairo, Alexan
dria and Port Said, and of 21 guns
in all the other provincial capitals.
Party strife again threatens to
plunge Flume into anarchy. Immedi
ately after the fall of the Zanella gov
ernment, partisan feeling subsided, all
joining in choosing Major Giovanni
Giuriati as head of the government,
but now that he has refused the po
sition, each party is again rivalling
the others for control of the city.
Striking gold miners have practical
ly surrounded Johannesburg, South
Africa, and are attacking desperately
in an attempt to seize the city before
the arrival of reinforcements which
are being rushed to the aid of the
beseiged government troops and volun
Reports sent out from Johannesburg,
South Africa, say that the rebellion is
practically over. The government
forces have about dIriven the mine reb.
els into subjection.
Sewage may solve the gas engine
fe ulproblem. Wor'l has reached the
department of commerce that success
fuil expericents have been condluctedl
in Birmingham, England, with suldge,
the mud of common drain pipes.
Rates on grain and grain products
from St. ILouis, and Cairo and Thebes,
TIl., to Little Rock, Pine Bluff and
Fort Smith, Ark , and Memphis, Tenn.,
were held to be unduily discrimina
tion against other cities in Arkansas
under a decision issued by the inter
state commerce commission.
General Semenoff, anti-Bolshevist
leader, who has been permittedl to land
at Vancouver, B. C., will be required
to appear before immigration inspec
tors and satisfy thenm as to his eligi
bility before he can enter this coun
try. tee be
Recently teehave benjust twc
developments in the soldiers' bonus
muddle. One was the filing by the
chairman of the ways and means com
mittee of the majority report of the
compromise 1)111, which it was estimat.
0(1 would cost the government a to
tal of $4,098,719,350. The other was
the circulation of a petition by Repro
sentative Lineberger of California, e
former service man, for a conference
of house republicans to discuss the
The retail price investigation of the
department of justice is practically
completed. A few prosecutions are
anticipated but the benefits claimed
for the investigation have been large
ly psychological, officials said.
For every dollar per capita whic11
the United States is spending on hot
army, France is spending seven and
Great Britain is spending four, ac
cording to figures made pubfic by the
Terbert Hoover has declined to ac
cept the director generalship of- the
qjuicentennial exposition to be held 1:1
Philadelphia in 1926..
The vote in the senate on the pro
posed Robinson amendment to the
four-iower Pacific treaty has con firm
ed belief that the decision on ratifi
cation will 1be extremely close. While
not conclusive* the vote revealedi the
extent of the opposition to the pact.
The amendment was rejectedl 55 to 30.
Si r a only a majority was requiredl
the defeat of the amendment was
"Maj. Gen. George 0. Squiei, ahlet
signal officer -of the army, has iled
suit against the American Telephonie
and Telegraph company charging in
fringement on several patents he holds
for wireless devces.
The house subcommittee on appro
priations now framing the navy bill,
for next year is plaining to re'duce
the enlisted personnel to'65,000 mei,
whereas Secretary Denby is outlining
the needs of his department has de
clared 90,000 enlisted inen and the,
present officer total would be required
to keep "the treaty nayy" on its toes.
The senate passed the deficiency ap
propriation bill, carrying a total of
$136,896,000 or $28,358,000 more than
was appropriated by the measure as
passed by the house. The principal
amendment added by the senate was
an appropriation of $27,468,000 for
use in repayment of illegally collected
The crop stabilization commission
being agitated before congress, and
which prominent politicians say will
pass, would be composed of the sec
retaries of agriculture, commerce and
labor and prices so fixed, cannot be
less than c production. The life of
the commission would be one year, but
would be continued if it proved to be
Two crippled women, a little crip
pled boy and an armless ian appear
ed in a Brooklyn court as witnesses
against John Stefan, who admitted
that he employed the four to beg for
Thirty-four indictments were report
ed by a federal grand jury at Buffalo,
N. Y., in connection with thefts from
the New York Central railroad, said
to have aggregated more than $2,000,
000 in tile last year.
The second trial of the case of Lon
nie Moran and R. T. Shields on the
charge of murder in connection with
the death of W. H. Johnson, whose
body was found near Lynchburg, Va.,
Hope of an early settlement of the
textile strike in Rhode Island, now
in its eighth week, was revived re
cently, when the state board of media
tion and conciliation, basing its action
on the passage of the Lavander for'ty
Mrs. Madalyne Obenchain and Ar
thur C. Burch are on trial in Los An
geles. Calif., for tile shooting of J.
John T. Brunen, circus owner, who
was shot to death in his home at
IRiverside, N. J., is said to have been
the victim of an "inside" job. The
public prosecutor believes that his
chef did the shooting.
In a daylight pistol battle, Police
man McMail was killed in New York
by a thug, who had retreated into a
stoncyard. The thug was wounded
so badly that 1he was captured, and
four automatic pistols and a dagger
were found on hin.
A big fire in the Chicago wholesale
district in the section bounded by
Canal, Van Buren and Clinton streets
and Jackson boulevard destroyed inuch
property and goods.
New York clubwomen are up in
arnms against Frederick McMonnies' de
piction of "Civic Virtue"--a , nudle
young man enthusiastically kicking
the prostrate forms of two sirens, rep)
resentatives of urban temptation and
The 18-year-old son of Mrs. Dora
Cornitz of Lynn, Mass., appeared in
court as her dlefendant in the case
brought against her of making and sell
ing home-brew. H-e nmade a dramatic
defense of his mother, but admitted
thW t she wvas guilty of the charge.
Derailment of fourteen cars of At
lanta, Birmingham andl Atlantic
freight train No. 73, from Manchester,
Ga., to Birmingham, Ala., tied up pas
senger traffic betwveen these points,
in the second wreck over the roadl of
Eleven persons, two of thlem Atlan
tans, are dead, and sixteen others,
nearly all Atlantans, are in hospitals
suffering from injuries, as a result of
the wrecking of one car of an Atlanta,
Birmingham and Atlantic train wvhich
left Atlanta, Ga., recently for Fitzger
ald, when it dlrop~ped 30 feet from a
trestle into Camp creek, 13 miles from
Atlanta, Ga. Derailment of the car
which plunged from the trestle was
blamed b~y road officials on tho burst
ing of one on the car wheels.
A new situation recently developed
in the Rhode Island textile strike, now
at the end of its seventh week, wvhen
13. B. and R. Knights, Inc., owners of
many textile plants in the state, an
nounced their decision to close their
Natick and Pontiac mills indefintely.
Accompanied by a woman who drove
them to Charles Friebgens drug store,
Amsterdam avenue and 120th street,
four bandits help up the clerks, and
disturbed by the screams of two wom
en customers at the soda counter shot
and killed Samuel Hadas, the cashier,
'Phat the "pay-as-you-leave" plan
adopted at Bend, Ore., by two motion
pictuire theaters is resulting in bigger
houses and at least as large revenue
as formerly was the declaration of the
manager of the theaters.
'It is announced that a baby has
arrivedl at the home of Alice Brady,
actress, who was divorced from her
hlusbandl, James Lyons Crane, in Jan
uary. She married Crane two years
Three women will sit on the jury
which will try Fatty Arbuckle for the
Ikilling of Virginia Rappe. This is the
Demands of anthracite mine work
ers were recently placed in the hands
of the mine owners in New Yorkc city,
It is stated that a substantial increase
in wages is sought'. .
Mrs,. I reon
Winston-salpm, N. .-"I -sutered for
about eight ntonths witit nervous in
digestion. and had several doctors to
see me but fouzid no . relief until -a
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one bottle of Dr. Pierce's "',
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I am now past 40, but fe
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giving it to my grandchildren.
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A well-dressed woian stopped in
frolt of th1e perfume counter In one
of the uiPtown stiie .-, zmays the In
"I would lke some good perfune,"
she told Ihe clerk.
l'oliting too ii bottle filled with per
fume costiig $S 11n1 oilice. she asked
to oi4111111h it.
Ben1ustle ihe, woman looked as if she
might imake i purchase. tihe clerk, in
violiatio of tlit store rules, for per
fuime deteriorates when opened, per
mitd the woman11 o tike a wiliff of
"Now. thut's pretty good," the cus
toner repl i edl. ",I thiik I'll take a
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managed to answer. "you've already
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