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OVER THE WORLD.
FOR THE BUSY READER
The Ocourrences Of Seven Days Given
in An Epitomized Form For
The fourth and fifth decisions
against the retro-activity of article 27,
were rendered recently, establishing a
precedent and giving security to prop.
erty rights acquired precious to the
Constitution of Mexico in 1917.
According to the Heraldo de Mexico,
the conferences which will be held
the first week in June in New York
between Finance Minister de la Huerta
and a committee of international bank.
era will have a much greater Impor
tance than at first was believed.
The flood of the Assinboine River is
s)roading and tremendous (auage is
being done to property, according to
information from Reaburn, Man.,
whore the inundation was reported at
Germany and Poland, through the
good offices of the league of nations,
have ended their dispute over the rich
Silesian coal and iron basin. They
will sign a treaty of settlement pro
viding for unified administration of
the great industrial district by a mix
ed commission in the presence of the
council of the league of nations.
The United States will have repre
sentation on the mixed commissions
which will investigate internal affairs
in Russia and report on the advisa
bility of making a loan, according to
a Genoa dispatch to the Daily Ex
Another European conference to
deal with the Russian problem exclu
sively will be held at The Hague
about June 15. The United States is
invited to attend, says a staff corres
Peace in Ireland seems afar off, the
Dail Eireann peace committee has fail
ed to reach a basis for a settlement
between the opposing factions. The
report of the committee, presented
was confined to the bare announcce
ment that after eleven sessions the
two sides had failed to agree even
on a basis for peace. Furthermore,
they were not agreed in a joint re
port on the seasons for failure.
The American government finally
has consented to the British mandate
for Palestine, the Earl of Balfour in
formed the league of nations. He will
request the council of the league to
confirm the British mandate for
Palestine during its forthcoming ses
sions, according to information ob
The German reply to the repara
tions note of April 13, wvhich has been
received by the reparations commis
slon, protests the good will of tile
German government, but pleads tile
material impossibility of imposing
Sixty billion marks newv taxes before
May 31, or complying with all tihe
conditions laid down on March 21.
Lord Norheliffe welcomed oil is re
turn from his world tour at a lulnch
eon given by the Empire Press unmion
made up of leading newsp~aper pro
prietors in the Unitedl Kingdom and
tile dominions warned England against
alienating tile affection of the Canad
ian people by neglecting tile affairs
of her American dominion, it must
be remembered, lie said, that small
differences caused tihe sep~aration from
England of her American colonies at
the time of the Revolution.
John Barton Payne, chlairmlanl of tile
American Red Cross, will preside at
the second national conference on
state parks to be hleldl at tile Bear
Mountain in~n, Palisades interstate
park, Now York, May 22 to 25.
The Fedleral Trade Comimission reO
cently called on the Bethlehem Steel
Corporation and seven othler large
steel and ilronl compianies to furnish
Jt withl specific informa tionl regarding
thleir prop~osedl merger before anmy
transfers are consummated.
Tile selectionl of former Secretary
of War Henry L. Stimson to hlead tile
special bureau to be set lup in thme De
partment of Justice to conlduct wvar
graft investigations hlad tile effect of
quieting demands in the House for an
investigation of tile hlandling of war
contract inquiries and settlenmenits by
Attorney General Daugheorty and Sec
retary of War Weeks.
Four developments in congressionalI
consideration of proposals for (level
oping the Muscle Shoals, Ala., nitrate
and power projects occurred inl tile
senate agrJculture andI hlouse mlilitary
committees anid on tile senate floor.
Chairman Norris, Nebraska, of the
senate committee, introduced a bill
providing for a semli-government~ cor
poration to take over and operate the
nitrate and power projects for fifty
A bill granting amnesty to aull per
sons held in federal prisons for' viola
lion of the wvar-time espionage laws
was introduced in the senate by Sena
tor Ladd, republican, North Dakota.
Mrs. John H. Bankhead, widow of
Senator Blankheoad, of Alabama, diedl
at her home here after an illness of
Child crusaders seeking the ear of
President Harding with a plea for
their political prisoner fathers, are
now confronted with an internal foe,
Mumps has broken out in the crusad
Passed unanimously in the House
and Senate, the narcotic bill, putting
additional "teeth" in the Harrison act,
awaited the signature of Rresident
Harding to become effective.
The Senate passed a committee
amendment putting 3 cents a pound
(luty on three different kinds of alco
hol-amyl butyl and propyl-after hav.
ing defeated by a vote of 10 to 40
an amendment placing the duty at one
quarter of a cent a pound.
Congress pushed ahead in granting
Attorney General Daugherty an addi
tional $500,0c00 to set up a new bureau
in the I)epartment of Justice for inves
tigation and prosecution of war con
Declaring the United States was on
the verge of the worst cotton famine
in history, Senator Heflin, democrat,
of Alabama, asked the Senate to make
a thorough investigation of the New
York Cotton Exchange for alleged
price fixing and control through fu
ture sales. Heflin said the present
cotton crop would be exhausted by
July 1 and there would be no more
planting because cotton growers were
Vitodi di Giorgio, of New Orleans,
and James Gascio, of Buffalo, were
shot and killed by mysterious assail.
ants in a barber shop in the Italian
quarter of the city of Chicago.
Three men and a woman, charged
with a $70,000 jewel theft, and said
by the police to have an International
reputation, were held in $25,000 ball
each in a magistrate's court, New
York City, for examination.
Five persons are dead and four or
five of the injured are in such a crit
ical condition that it is expected they
will die as a result of the wreck of
the Lehigh Valley Railroad's fast Buf
falo-New York train, the Black Dia
mond express, at the Lake Road cross.
ing west of Leroy, N. Y.
Honor ap'jng bootleggers and their
customers may seem impossible, but
local officers say they found evidence
of it in a recent raid near York, Pa.
The first thing that greeted the offi.
cers when raiding a building where
150 gallons of "home-made" was on tap'
was a small sign reading: "Notice:
Put all money in this box."
Nathan Rosen, one of the 14 pris
oners Injured by guards In the quell.
ing of the mutiny of 150 convicts at
the state penitentiary recently, (lied at
the Columbia (S. C.) Hospital.
Damage estimated at nearly $500,000
was caused at Bristol, Va.-Tcnn., and
in this vicinity by a flood in Beaver
Creek, caused by a cloudburst.
Despondency over the necessity of
undergoing an operation is believed
to have cause(d Brit Wood, 23, em
ployed by the Lewrencevillo Drug
Company, to fire a bullet into his brain,
recently at Lawrenceville, Ga.
The British steamer Seneca has
been ice-bound off Cape Canso, Nova
Scotia, since May 41, with the Cana
dian coast guard cutter Montcalm, en
deavoring to break the ship loose be
fore she drifted ashore on the banks
in the vicinitly, according to reports re
ceived by the hydlrographlc office from
the Canadian service. Dispatches re
ceivedl say the two ships were clos~e
13' hemmed in by ice which extends
"as far as can be seen."
Construction work on the new naval
vessels will be materially slowed down
after July 1, unless sonme mone is prIo.
v'ided by congress, the senate apropria
tions conmmittee, revising the naval ap.
priopriation bi11ll assed by the hous~e
has been told by Secretary Denby. As
sistant Secretary Roosevelt and Rear
Admiral Taylor, construction chief.
Governor Cooper of South Carolina
is said to have loomed to the fr'ont
as a leadling possibility for the vacan
cy on the federal farm loan board,
causedl by the resignation of A. F. Le
Supplies suf'ficient to last the flood
stricken people of the northern part
of Concordia piarish, Louisiana, for a
week have been dlistributed by the
Red Cross, assisted by national guards
One death from heat was reported
at St. Paul, Minn. The temperature
reached SG dlegrees. The victim an
Two painters were seriously burnedl
and a property loss of $75,000 resulted'
at Birmingham, Ala., when explosion
of a gasoline tank set fire to the plant
of the Birmingham Buggy company.
Unable after one day's (deliberation
to identify the cav'e man Bluebeard
alleged to have slain pretty Lillian
White and left her bones on a moun.
tain) toll near Hiaverstrawv, N. Y., the
Tockland county grand jury went thru
a mass of newv evidence seeking an
A federal investigation of the simul
taneous adlvanlces In the price '>f gaso
line recently made by the large oil
companies operating In tis territory
was ord(eredl by W. J. Burns, headl of
the bureau of investigation of the de
partmenlt of justice.
The feder'al government was asked
to dleport Lady Astor as an undesir
able alien by the General A. S. Burt
camp, Spanish-American War Veter
ans in a resolution adoptedl at Passaic,
')peration of all soviet clothing an~d
textile factories In Russia will be
turned over to an American workers'
Rneiety to b)e known as the American.
Russian Trade lud~ustrial Workers' as
The blimp A-4 arrived safely at
Langley field after having drifted
about over the ocean off Cape Henry
for an hour and a halt with her en
Bishops of the Methodist-Episcopal
Church, South, wIll continue to be
elected for life Instead of for spect
fled term of years,
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Christmas as a Name.
There are 25 persons whose namie
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directory. "Their callings," he sayo,
"vary from a stained-glass artist to
a furniture broker." There have been
some quite notable people whBose Iname
was Christmas. A Mr. Christmas was
master carver in the navy in the time
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pressing men for service on the ships.
Then there was a Henry Christmas,
for some years lecturer at St. Peter's,
Cornhill; and a Miss Jane Christmas,
a well-known author and zealous
Protestant propagandist in the middle
of the Nineteenth century.
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" Wh) is It a young and pretty
widow always seems to have a better
chance with a man than a girl who is
just as young and just as pretty has?"
"One reason, I think, is that a
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Are Men So Fickle?
Vonen ineimbers of the Republican
county coimiittee were discussing
Assemblyman Steinberg's hill provid
ing that no marriages should be per
formed until thirty-six hours after the
Issue of the license. Miss Mary Wood,
prominent in politics, opposed the
measure. "It gives a man too great
a chance to change his mind," she
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LESSON FOR MAY 21
)IILKIAH'S GREAT DISCOVERY
LESSON TEXT.-II Chron. 34:14-33.
GOLDEN TEXT.--Thy word 1s a lamp
Into my feet, and a light unto my path.
REFERENCE MATERIAL. - Deut. 6:
-9; Josh. 1:8; Col. 3:16' II Tim. 2:16; 3:14-16.
PRIMARY TOPIC.-How the Lost Bible
JUNIOR TOPIC.--Hilkiah Discovers the
INTERIMEDIATEAND SENIOR TOPIC.
-How to Make the Bible Our Own.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC.
-The Authority and Influence of the
About a hundred years elapsed be
tween the reformation under Hezekiah
and that of Josiah. Some time (luring
this time the book of God's law had
been lost. Two wicked kings had
reigned in this .Interval. The Lord
had given Ilezekiah much wealth. His
son Ianats'eh, coming luto possession
of his father's property, and being un
godly, would naturally neglect the
Bible, if not purposely try to put it
from sight. Those who do not obey
the law of God, are usually interested
in putting it out of sight.
I. The Book of the Law Found (vv.
1. The Occasion (v. 14). It was
while repairing the temple during
Josiah's reformation that the law was
2. The Book Delivered to the King
(vv. 15-17). Upon making a report to
the king of work done, the king was
told of the finding of the book of the
law by lilkiah, and the book delivered
II. The Effect of the Reading of the
Law (vv. 18-28).
Shaphan the Scribe read the law
before the king.
1. The King Itent his Clothes (v. 19).
As the law was read before him he
was led to realize more seriously the
awful extent of the nation's departure
from God. He knew that sin merited
punishment. The function of the law
Is to reveal sin. The - man who will
honestly hear the demands of God's
law will fall upon his knees before
God and cry for mercy. The rending
of the royal robes indicated that the
king was penitently sorrowful.
2. The King Sent a Deputation to
Make Inquiry of the Lord (vv. 20, 21).
The king included himself in the guilt
before God. "Go inquire for me and
for them that are left, fr r great Is
the wrath of the Lord that is poured
out upon us." Ills sense of sin was
so keen that he sent them to inquire
as to whether there was any means
of avertIng the judgments of the Lord.
Instinctively the human heart turns
from God's threatening judgments to
a means of escape. The soul that
sorrows for sin Inquires for a way of
escape. The law prep~ares for the
gospel. -The law is our schoolmaster
to brIng us to Christ. The soul under
condemnation inquires, "What must I
do to be saved?"
3. The Message of Hiuldiah, the
Prophetess (vv. 22-28). (1) Confirma
tlon of what the lawv said (vv. 22-25).
She said that all the curses written
in the law zmust fall, for the sins
had been so flagrant that God's wrath
could not be restrained. Destruction
was hanging over .Jerusalem and it
was too late to avert it. It was not
~oo late to rep~ent to obtain muercy
!'rom God, but the outward con
uequence of sin must be realized. Thuis
Inds fulfillment on every hand todlay.
Phe murderer must hang. Is soul
nay go directly to heaven, provided
he has acceptedi Jesus Christ. (2)
cceptance of Josiah's repentance (vv.
6f-28). Because of his tenderness of
eart and deep penitence, the Lord
maid he should be gathered to his
~rave in peace, and should not see
til the evil to be brought on Jerusalem
Lnd its people. W~hat H-uldah said
vas true even though Josiah died in
iattle (35: 23-25). When God( ac
~epts a man and forgives him, his
leath Is a peaceful one even though
t may be on the battlefld. God's
>resence is with him and he thus will
o straight to the heavenly home.
tii. The Law Obeyed (vv. 20-33).
1. The King Read the Law (vv. 29,
0). lie gathered together' the in
abitants of Jerusalem, including the
riests, Leyites andl elders, and read
nto them the law.
2. The King Made' a Covenant Be
ore the Lord to Keep His Command
rents aind Testimonies (vy. 31, 32).
'his was done sincerely-wIth all his
eart andI soul, lHe caused all that
,ere present to stand to it.
3. The king took away all the
bominations out of all the countrIes
hat pertained to Israel (v. 33). All
be days of the king they departed
ot from followIng after the Lord.
He Will Save You.
WThen you feel as if things were
ragging you dlown Into the depths
till you remember that the Lord
esus Christ Is at your side? All hu
ian help may seem very far away ;
ut He is not far away. E~ven through
he noise of the storm lHe can hear
he faintest cry, "Lord save me, I per
iih," and He wIll save you to the ut.
Adversity ls the first path to truth.