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NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD'
DIiSPATCHES OF IMPORTANT HAP.
PENIiNGS GATHERED FROM
OVER THE WORLD.
FOR THE BUSY RtADER
The Ooourrenoes Of Seven Days Given
in An Epitomized Form For
Quick Reading
Foreign
Negotiations opened at Pekin be
tween representatives of China and
-Japan to fulfill the provisions of the
Shantung treaty signed at Washington.
Undismayed by reports of further
-support for the move to unify China,
lalong lines which ho has not approved,
Dr. Sun Yat Sen is holding on to the
presidency of the Canton government.
Japan Is preparing to file a protest
to Pekin against the burning by Chin
'ese bandits of the Japanese sub-con
sulate near Chientao, a town in Man.
churia, just across of Korean border.
The Austrian government has been
overthrown in a bloodless revolution,
:according to unconfirmed reports
reaching Berlin.
A Bruce 3ielaski, kidnaped recently,
was released recently according to re
ports from Mexico City.
Chen Chiung-Ming, whose recent
-coup d'etat drove from Canton Sun
Yat-Sen, president of the south China
republic, has been assassinated accord
ing to a cable dispatch received at
Manila, P. I., from Shanghai by Klong
lipo, a Chinese daily identified with
the adherent of Sun Yat Sen.
A fierce battle has been raging inl
fDublin, Ireland between the regular
Irish republican army troops and the
Irregulars under Rory O'Connor for the
possession of the Four Courts, recen.
:ly seized by the latter. It Is believed
the casualties will be large. Armored
cars, trench mortars and machine gull
are being used.
The body of an unknown woman, be
lieved an American, lies in the Paris
morgue, from bichloride of mercury
poisoning. She lingered for three days,
concealing her identity, which has
baffled pollce and detectives.
Because he lashed her hopes of be
coming a stage star, France's "most
beautiful girl," is suing a theatrical
manager for breach of contract.
Missing nearly eight months and be
lieved lost, the schooner Teddy Dear
is frozen in Poter river, twelve miles
south of Emma, a village on East Cape,
Siberia.
Washington
President Harding called a confer
once of the coal miners and operators
in the central competitive field, which
he hopes wil bring about the termina
Lion of the nation-wile coal strike.
Action by congress in appropriating
17,500,000 for work on the dam means
that "the completion of the Muscle
.Shoals development is now a certain
ty," lItepresentative Almon of Alabi
m ia declared in a statement.
Application "f the idea of sales on
"the instalme .t plan" to American
foreign tradle as a means of dlevelop)
ing closer' relations with South Amer
lean buyers and stimulating trade~l
withm Latin American republics.
*Mexican rebels who seized the Agu
'ada camp of the Cor'tez Oil company
. in the Tamnpico region recently, hold
bo'tng the property and forty American
-intmnploycs for' 15,000 pesos r'ansom,
"ave withdrawnm quietly.
A private showing of a motion lpic
ture film illustrating scenes around
the ancestral home in England of
George Washington, and an allegorical
r-epresentation of historical incidents
c(ncernedl with the Washington famn
-ify wil. b~e given to President Harding,
.July 10.
5 Recommendation that the agricultur
Il producers of the Unitedl States "be
rencour'agedl to dlevelop) co-opeOrative as
sociations to hasten the standardilza
tion of agricultural production, imi
prove the distributive processes, and
redluce their costs,'' forms the fore
most conc('lusion of the joint congres
silonal co(mmnitte of agricultural inquiry
in its completed report on marketing
and (listtilhtiont made publ ic.
Representative C'ar Vinso nof Geor
-gia has int roduced a resolution in the
house calling for an invest igation of
the Newv York Cot ton Exchange.
JTohn Francis Glytnn, the paroled con
'The senate conmmerce (committee has
ordereod a favorable r'ep~ort on the big
rivers and harbors dleve'lopument hill1
after addi~ing to, the house measure
more than a scorec of amendments to
aulithorize development or surveys.
Chairman Jones was inustructed to 1)011
. the committee for' a final vote on ac
epltance of amendments directing the
federal purchase of. the Cape Cod and
Dismal Swamp canals, on neither of
which action has yet been taken,
The senate concurred in the house
amendment to the army bill, authoriz
ing an appropriation of $7,500,000 for
new wvork on the Wilson dam, at
Muscle Shoa1h, Ala., effective next.
'October :1.
Chairmnan McCord, of tihe interstate
'commerce commission, wiredl thc gov'
ernors of Arkansas, Oklahoma and
Texas,. asking them to meet the com
mission for a conference on July 12
Following a conference with Secre
tary Hoover, of the d'ar'tment of comn
merce, Senator Harris, of Georgia, in
trodluced in the senlato a 1)111 whIch au
thorized a world survey of cotton three
times yearly. The 1)1l1 is a substitute
for a similar measure presented by
the Georgia senator recently with
changes to comply with specifications
sfrm thA Aoant o omre
-A final agreement between Chile and
Peru for arbitration of Tacna-Arica
dispute awaited only smoothing out of
the wording and interpretation of the
American compromise formula.
The house postoffice committee vot
ed to postpone consideration of the
Kelly bill for reduction of the second
class postul rates until the December
session.
Mexican bandits have seized the
property of the Cortez Oil company
an American concern, near Tampico
and are holding under guard forty
American citizens. They demant
15,000 pesos as a ransom.
Domestic
Search for an unidentified shii
which was reported burning off Ven
tura, Cal., was being made by the
steamer Humboldt.
Nine dead and ten injured was the
toll of a dynamite explosion that
wrecked the Holston Quarry com
pany's quarries at Strawberry Plains,
sixteen miles from Knoxville, Tenne.
The cost of breakfasting on dining
cars, operated on trains of the South.
ern Pacific company has dropped five
cents, according to the new bill of fare
the company has issued clipping the
tariff on ham and eggs from 65 to 60
cents.
Several hundred passengers en
route on the steamer Providence from
New York to New England points
werearoused from sleep as the ship
crashed upon the rocks at Dumplings
on the Jamestown shore, crushing in
her bow. No one was injured.
Herbert R. Rothery, 69, who, police
say, is known as the "dean of diamond
and jewelry thieves" in the United
States and England, is under arrest
at St. Louis, Mo., and has admitted
his identity, according to the police.
'Conservative jazz" will the popu
lar motif in men's clothing for next
year,-this is the edict of the Inter
national Association of Clothes De
signers, in convention at Philadelphia.
Harold F. McCormick, head of the
executive committee of the Interna
tional -arvoster company, announces
his intention to suie for libel every
newspaper which published the report
that he purchased a gland of another
man to be grafted into his own body.
Louisville, Ky., authorities were at
tempting to pick up the trail of a band
of liquor bandits which made prison
er four guards at the Rugsby distillery
rind carried away 147 cases of whiskey
from the Free Warehouse of the plant.
A child's quarrel ended fatally at
Kansas City, Mo., when Frank Carra
musa, 9 years old, was shot with a
rifle by George Hurlbert, also q.
German marks are quoted in New
York at the lowest level in their his
tory-.027 or the equivalent of 100
marks for less than 27 cents.
The North Carolina Bar association
held its annual convention at W\'rights
ville.
Important changes in the state quar
antine order to safeguard cotton and
alfalfa fields in California from infes
tation by the cotton boll weevil, the
pink boll worm and the alfalfa wee
vil is boing planned b~y the California
horticultural commissioners.
A large pile of lumber toppledl over
0. \V. Parker, 65, at Tampa, Fla., andl
killed him.
Morris Shinderman, Chicago dia
mlondl broker, recently replorted to the
police that he had been robbed of $65,
000 ini diamonds and jewelry while en
route to Mexico, Missouri, from St.
Louis.
Trho formation of legislative con.
cils, centralizing thep ower of the
var-ous women's organizations of ev
ery state, was discussedl at the biennial
convention of the general Federation
of Women's clubs at Chautauqua, N. Y.
County authorities continued their
effort to unravel the mystery of the
(leath of Benjamin Chambless, Sam.
son, Ala., planter whose bullet-riddlledl
body was found in Pea river recently.
Governor Hyde, of Missouri, has tel.
egrap~hedl President Harding urging
him to accep~t the invitation of the ~
Jefferson City, Mo., chamber of com.
merce to insp~ect the Mississippi river
from Jefferson City, Mo., to New Or.
leans and study its transpor-tation andl
flood control.
i)Irs. Ben C. H101)er, of Oshkosh,
president of the Wisconsin League of
Women Voters, as the democratic nom
inee wvill lead the Democrats of Wis
sonsin into the state elections.
A special grand jury~ on JTuly 10 will
begin investigating the massacre of
non-union men by un1ion1 striking min-.
erm near Herrin, Ill., has been annon.
cod.
The supreme court dismis9sed Mrs.
Marie Karkness Cowan's suit to es
tablish) herself as sole heir of tile $20,
000,000 estate of the late Hlarry Steph
ens Hlarkness, Standard Oil magnate.
For nearly two hours fire burned
fiercely in the shops of the Atlantic
Coast Line railroad at Montgomery,
Ala., causing an estimated loss of $20,
000.
Frank E. Mohlrer, who was taken in
to custody at Hamilton, Ohio, together
with Theodore Garrison, charged with
having alttempllted to blackmail Mrs. F.
IT. Berk, escaped from po~stoffice in
spet'tors.
Complaints that the vocational train
ing school estalished( by the United
Veterans' Bureau at Camp Sherman,
near Chillicoth11, Ohio, is inadequlately
equipped, poorly administered and dloes
not fit former service men for useful
occup~ations were brought to the at
tqtntion of tihe dis5abled War Veterans
of tile Worldl War at San Francisco.
WHEAT DUTY IS1 .30
CENTS PER BUSHEL
TARIFF ADOPTED BY SENATE
AFTER SEVERAL HOURS
DEBATE.
IRISH POTTOES 40 CENTS
With the Wheat Contest Out of the
Way, Senate Makes Unusually
Rapid Progress.
Washington. - By a vote of 38 to
12, the senate approved a tariff of 30
cents a bushel on wheat.
Democratic leaders declared dur
ing the debate which preceded the
vote that this rate would cost the
American people $100,000,000. Sena
tor McCumiber, republican, North Da
kota, in charge of the measure, stat
ing frankly the purpose of the date
was to kee) above the world level
the price of northern spring wheat
from the Dakotas and Minnesota,
said he did not think the tariff pro
posed would be carried on to the con
sumer, but, even if it was, it would
not amount to two dollars year to
each consumer.
Minority leaders sweltered through
a four hours' fight against the wheat
rate, talking most of the time to prac
tically empty seats. Despite the fight,
however, the minority split on the
final vote, Senators Jones of New
Mexico and Kendrick of Wyomnleg
voting with the solid republican ma
jority for the committee rate, which
is an increase of five cents' over the
house rate, but a decrease of five
cents from the existing emergency
tariff duty.
With the wheat fight out of the
way, the senate made rapid progress
on the bill, approving several scores
of committee amendments. The first
to be agreed upon was a duty of 78
cents per 100 pounis on flour, an in
crease of 28 cents over the house
rate. Other rates approved included
Irish potatoes, 50 cents per 100
pounds, house rate, '12 cents; dried,
-2 3--i cents a pound, house rate,
3 1-2 cents.
Tomato paste, 45ii per cent ad val
orem, house rate 38; tomatoes pre
served in any ma nner, 15 per cent,
house rate 10 per cent.
Onions, one cent ^f, r pound, house
rate 75 cents per 101) founds.
Cocoanuts were transferrd to the
free list, but cocoanut ment, prepar
ed, was made dutiable at four cents a
pound, against the house rate of 4 1-2
cents.
Rates on prepared fruits were in
creased generally over hoth the
house figures and those originally ree
onliipiided by the committee.
Rebel Forces Defeated.
Washington. - Rebel forces were
defeated and sea ttered by federaI
troops near the Aguada clamp of the
Cortese Oil compaony in the Tamtpico
(dist rict of Mexico on Jiune 30, accord
ing to a message received by the
state depar-tment from Consul Slaw
at Tam pico. The latter said1 his int
formation was based upen a report lhe
had reei ved fonm oil comnpa ny offi
clals.
There werec two actions, the consul
said, In wvhich fiye or six reb~els were
killed, thbrec taken prisonecrs and (10
of their- horses and miules captur-ed.
The federal troops, lhe ad ia acord
ing to his advices, were prepauring to
follow up the r-out of the rebels, while
other- federal Itroops, he understood,
were c~ominri; inito the istrict.
Mi-. Shawv, in his message, did not
nment itn the ntame of the commander
of the rehiel forces, but it was assum
ed here it probably wuas Gener-al Gor
ozave, who recently took several of
the emplloye3 of the oil company pris
otner and1( seized much dlest ructabile
!topetty of the cotcetrn as "eec-urity"
for the payment of 15,000 pesos.
The situation now was apparentt
iy well in hand hby the tiroops of' the
Obregon govetrnmehit, the consul stat
ed.
The employes and propertyv held biy
General Gorozave were subsequently
r-eleasedl, as were those seized at the
l 'ecera ca mp of L~a Corona co inpiany
in the same distr-ict.
Consul Sha w last week reported
that all Americians thus seized werec
"'no longer held," hut no dleta iled in
formna tion has been receIved to itndi
cate just what had occurred at the
two camps.
Peanut In Windpipe Causes Death.
Asheville, N. C. -~ The swallowing
of a peanut, which lodged in his wind
pipe, Is believed to have caused the
death of Itay Wells. three-year-old;
who died at. a local htospitall. An op
etration was performed on the child
int an effor-t, to save his life when it
was evident. that infection htad set
in.
Fil Weevil Appears.
New L -n. N. C.-lteturned from a
trip out itt te county, ,J. (1. Lawtont,
county agent, declared that the boll
weevil was rapidly appearing in Cra
ven cotton fields. "in no instaner
did we fail to find a few puntctur-ec
cotton squatires, anid ott one farm I
picked upi a tumbler full cen onte shot
row.
The farmers are realizing new the
seriousness of the war-nings sounded
a year ago, and are apprecIating the
fact that their' patitings htave boon
reasonably light, he said.
The Silent Look6 of
-the Son of God
By IEV. GPORGE E. GUILLE
Extteniw . ..epartnont, bloody
Bible -stitute. Chicago.
TEXT--Anti Jesus entered into Jerusa
lom, and into tho temple: and when lie
had looked round about upon all things,
and now the eventio was come, le
went out unto Bothany.--Mark 11:11.
The very silenco of this act Is
startling. Looks without words are
often most Big
nitleant, and this
.::{ "::;,r iimple look upon
all things at
eventide, only to
turn ills back
. :. upon them, i a
solemnly so. It
is as though lie
had pronounced
judgment u1) o n
all that He saw.
'The temple, a s
Is Father's
house, shto u ld
have been Ills
own, but He finds nothing to ills
satisfaction and leaves it. Leaving
It, He leaves the holy city too, for
Bethany, "the house of humiliation,"
where alone He can abide.
1. This scene recalls another, In
blessed contrast, and described In
John 20:19-23. The disciples are
gathered and the risen Lord, with
infinite blessing, Is In their midst. It
is a picture of what every gathering
of the saints should be-a gathering
round the Lord. How blessed to be
there ! But what if le is not seen?
What if there is something, as often
there Is, that keeps i-im away, and
He cannot have the place lie joys to
take, as minister of blessing to ills
own-wlIat thet?
Ah, then Ile coies as lie came to
the temple. In silent miuajesty.
And what does Iie see? le sees
perfect order and de'ori'lt. 1Ie sees
a comifortable and attraetive huilding
withit well-dressedl and vell-bhatved
people. But He sees oiratorlnt'it
pyroteh'lins, Instead of the pr clauta
tfon of Ills Word, or heatrs its
atithority and finality denied. lie
hears a feeble song purporling to he
to Ills plraise, 1a1i Set's the chair
enterttaninig the c'ongregnthn with an
a1nthlem, btt hears not whitt they say.
Ls1knlag deeper, lie sees ha:'ts ua
exerclsed by Ills V4ord nor tilled wit i
love to ilim, lie sees men who think
more of business 11tan of Iilim and
wIomhten whose pleasures are dearer
th1an lie, lie sees no 4 souls bowed with
it sense of sin ctoning to me'cept ihm
as the only Savior and Lord. And lie
.goes ott!
Oh, .1esus, stay I Look routnd again
and let t114se ey, selrch s I through.
i"ix that gaze upon our ininost heart
,nd let us see what it hholdis. l'lanit
ignin the surlit'ge anred drive iut te
things th:t offend Theo. m ut i 'rry
wit h us ! \\t' shall he wit h 'i'he for
.'vt'r yonde ir: we mutlist hIve Ttet'
.141
2. In Mark 8:33 nnoth'r of those
silent looks is recordli. "'hen lie
lad turnd round about 11111 iooked
:lilon his disciples, lit' rebuked l'eter."
44n3k ulm~am all. Whent'm lie ~admintistemrs
ills eye Is on thet other'ts. Whlen, by
ireak the hteart of on14, lIe t hinks of
he14 rest. And14 t he renson1m for it up
)tars' ini l'aul's words41 to TJimthlIy:
''i4Tem thaiit sin rehbukm befor al4'itl, thatt
)t htrs 1a1so)may featr." Yea':, att suthl
t timet, we't seet those35 eyes fastened
11)on us5 in lOvinlg admtunit ion.
:i. In Luke 22 :(1. we itre' tol of
14int'er of( tt'se. "Andl the Lord4
:t5ie spek ? N4ot ai word4it Ni, word wvas
3ece'ssairy. lie looked and broke thle
,vent oiut andii wt't Ilt t4rtly."' 'i'htose
)Itteri teat's shiow~ wjiat that loo4k tcont
reyedl 4 t1 l 'e's souti. lie ims lookt'd
n thait waty at you ats lie has at tme.
i. 14ook of lovlig r'ebulke :1nd( litylng
4mpsi)on41 and tuo~tlag gr'ief. We4
1Iils o)f hliim miuon1g lils enem4'ie4s, in
lit iulst (3f 43111 enrel''1ess 13nd uinhly
ind se'nt 115 (it to) wee''l! 1 Itt blessed'4
a' lis name114'! If lit'e4t o 11s Iout
hius, it Is onily to( res'tor ithe 14 ftellow
iIp wIth Ii 11 im h eh sin hiashi' brkent.
4I. St ill itnothier (if thlese silIen t
oo4k s: ''An whe~'tn .Jt'sus h1ad4 14) ikn
'otmad abou111t on1 thleim with -inlger, hi"
ing grieved'4 fori the ha rdnetss oif theutir
3 an1gerI 1and4 love heromes1i4' wrathi,
vhlo enn abide Its comling? Whallt so
4rile~t 3 '' "he' wiraith of1 the Limb?"'
I low shatll ills ple)t return those
coks? By "lookIng unfto Jesus"5' in
:ur'n ! "WVe all, gazing on the glory
>f t he Lorol itht unveilted 1'iice, are
'Stepihetn looked stindfatstly Iitrdo
tnvten, and1( saki( 1 see Jetsus." "And14
dii they that sat in thei connlil, he4
ield his face ais it hadit been thie fitet
>f 1an angel." Oh, ret urn the look and
t shatli make you like 111im.
Iliow shall the sinner ret urin t hose
ooks of the Savior? H~e htas told how!
'1.041k unto1 mle anfd be ye Sa1ved.i"
.0ok, not at yourself, 1but :.t 111m,
lyIng, rIsen, pleading now with the
,0o3k ! withI all tlhe coniscioiis iit'4t ,t
ltur sinful hart ! Look, ith lithle eye
if faith that says, "lie dlied4 for nu'."
ine sutch look and you are Ills, .w'vtM
md saife forever!
'There Is lIfe for a look nt the Crucfele
onue,
'Tht-ro ts lIfe at thIs momniit for thee.
l'heni liook, sinner, look utito 111 i ad be
Unto lI 1m1 who was nailet e te.
Had Y pur
Iron T'oday?"
Toast It
Delicious Raisin Bread
D O this some morning and surprise the
family: Serve hot raisin toast at break
fast, made from full-fruited, luscious raisin
bread. Let your husband try it with his cof
fee. Hear what he says.
Your grocer or bake shop can supply the
proper bread. No need to bake at home.
Made with big, plump, tender, seeded Sun
Maid Raisins, and if you get the right kind
there's a generous supply of these delicious
fruit-meats in it.
Insist on this full-fruited bread and you'll
have luscious toast.
Rich in energizing nutriment and iron.-.
great food for business men.
Make most attractive bread pudding with
left-over slices. There's real economy in bread
like this.
Try tomorrow morning. A real surprise.
Telephone your dealer to send a loaf today.
Sun-Maid
Seeded aisins
Make delicious bread, pies, puddings,
cakes, etc. Ask your grocer for them. Send
for free book of tested recipes.
Sun-Maid Raisin Growers,
Mlf, mIberL, P 13.000
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Blue Package
30T RID OF HIS AUDIENCE ENGLISH FAKER HAD GENIUS
Indiana Youth Cannot Be Denied the More Than a Century and a Half Ago
Faculty of Arriving at a He Made Big Money With His
Quick Decision. "Celestial Bed."
lin Sullivtani en'unty there Ire still Ine off the n'st. brazen fakers in
inny rral ihon'tie's. the sort ii:11 wlten' list ''ry w:1s I 4 4''or Irailuun.it , wlto, iII
the litli rings 11n1 one it ring.s for all 1 771. ' 'lit'lu." :I "Te'ioe1n ' of I1e'tltl" In
the .dhers, too.1 relai1rts the holh1in- 1lan11ulon1. lie hl l rec"ently" (.11114 fromt
u1o1lis New:. 11t e':t-h 1Itro-411n is st1p- .\ittnerin mii.1 h:i s''ne'lt'rt pleke' i
1011sed1 to be hlnor:lle( uiiil u11.\nsn tthe till nl *'l'inentt ry ii k mni\leldge of elt'e
phone nlu y wiv heIin his or her 11\wni e1l I rieily, or at- least Its terninulogv. It
l is tzlv&'en. Many, bein:g rather 1''ii-ly, had141 it his temple a "relestl i bed'"
iiniswe'r Il ..ills ant tio ithe lisitenin;g which, If a siek pirson sIlpt iI I wi
A iiien gradti tn I't 1ne of thIle Thiiis wilt iler-wo~rkIig pIee if fur
hiIool's reei vted ai priest frtom hiIs niltuire wats miadet b y one lintoni, on
I Irl" ond a lsoirme freiom s('veral o thte I n ct or G ratlunn'iis ordel4r. It wats lben
in'ighblors at the. e'xt'rcises. I Ill when' tI fully enrlvebd, 4covered't with sil keldam
thle gIrl iiene lhe dledt tha isk, suppoirtd Iby 2.9 glas's jpilran
hier righti a way. And hie wt'i 4 t Sthe urmounte d b~y ai rltichy enr ivedt 11d(
t'e~lephone itnid enI i.lled hr 11m1nhenr. gilIt Caeiopy f'rom wheich eron eiz ur
II('en iar cen tal ring her'z phoine. Iains withI frlinge andtl tuossel we're suts
iand lien otedt( six clle'ks btfiore slht li(mldl.
audii (iecer. Sti quite 4'olitely hie stid, "hsbdI iigi'i'~'e' i.I
''Now Itat you atre all to gethler Intiioi gistI iiieii yine
wantl to Ithantk you inilvliulily no)1b hchIeoiliui(ii ols slfr
jointly for the ic' pire'sents youli sent t h i'!'iill',1ln lh hc
toe for m ty gradiuatlon."'ntIm saolv i i' !I' i hige
A si lente, till I t'tn g t l y six rie- ttiis'iito te li hit. oSIC)i
ct'ive'rs ietked back til thirt hooks.Itot?5)(5).atrteiews
Thet 1hoy. surt lhe hiad privnae'y wI ih hiseeieeite?5(15.(rilu iwt
girtl, iiinedittely ti hl her' what I lhe silfi tienznie'iudiid o
wisiet t sa alt it itz' lN't'i Ino htistt' wdvhrtiseen't liihel.md
r",wi/Thdhr is mPgntc-lcm i.I
adlgtuandeisfyoing olt im laenlde
beergeywt nohlemet whmuienhe celtnifr
taoere and dehamber thatuidwae
waeu ihsandat l damyvviisl." hre
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