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PLANS AE MADE
TO LIFT BLOCKADE
Upon Rtatlication of Treaty by Ger.
iman Assembaly, iestrictions be Lift.
ed. Not Delay Matter for Iatiilca.
tion by Allies.
Washington, June 29.--Tho superior
bockade council has been intructed
to be prepared to raise the economic
blockade of Germany immediately up
on ratification by the German national
assembly of the peace treaty.
This announcement was made to
night in a dispatch to the state depart
ment from Paris, reading as follows:
"At a meeting Thursday, June 26th,
the council of the principal allied and
associated powers adopted following.
resolutions in regard to the raising
of the blockade on Germany.
"The superior blockade council is
Instructed to base its arrangements
for rescinding restrictions upon trade
with Germany on the assumption that
the allied and associated powers will
not wait to raise the blockade until
the completion of the ratification as
provided for at the end of the treaty
of peace with Germany but that it is
to be raised immediatey on the re
ceipt of the information that the
treaty or peace has been ratified by
Tihe a0tion of the Council, Oflicials
here0 explained, me1anls that ulponl rati
ileationl of Ihe treaty by (ermany all
restriction s 11pon t rade with i (1 ermany
may he reioved. Withbout reqtuirinig
hiliividual ratifieition by the allied
and1 associated powers, all ofi' . te na
lionts arrayed( against (W ttitrmIay in the
war m lahve ant e;1al stat. inl the
rlce for GemIat trade.
Italsinig of the bhlockade wvitIhout
awaitinig ildivilultal rat ifIent ion was
said by ofileials to Illean more to the
1lited States than anly otler lationi
becallse fiinal 1pproval of the tieaty
owin0ge to -,over Iet t a I Iachliinery
proha bly will requtireo longer in the
Ilited States thani In the other colili
One result of tie ( deisioll if ear
ried 0111 will be to give thIe setnate uln
limited time for coiside ratiol of, tie
trlaty. In Some quarters, t( r.ovision
ti tlle treaty tha coiilmereial rela
tiotns with Geltialy tmight be resumed
when thr*ee of the powers ratifiod tie
treaty was cvonsidflerd as likely to
force tile senate to speedly ratiflcation.
'iel resolution recen((tl iil'oduced by
Setiator Pal. l(e1ublieann. of New
Ml\ieo, to dev vlar tile war with Ger
m11aniy itt 1 dl was desigled to en
able tie Inited Sittes to begi lulsi
iess relations with tile Gerians and
to relieve tihe senate of any pressure
that might lie brought to hear by
business Interests. Hlelief by some
memil bers of Ihe foreign relations
c0mimit tee Ihat some action would be
taken to obviate any such pressure
wis cotidi'dered as having Iiart in the
decision of the committee last. week
to postpoie temporarily action otn the
FLYING 'PSIDE D1VN
SAID) TO HE EASY
A flator Sntys Oftent Th'ey Findt Them
sehe(s int tis Positiont While I'p inl
New York, Juntle 2S.-Flyiinig upiside
dsown in a batik of clouds ol' fog, as
Caplt ain Alcock and L ieu tenlanit. 1 town
founod thetiselves doitig ill their'
joturniey c 5 neos the oceanI, is 11ot at all
unt!'ommon.u 01r ipartti''ularly dangous.
< vitng 333 thei wes3'-tern1 fron3t itn the.
alied(131 arini(s et prit ent ed3) ItisetI sensa
Acorlhatl !y3'rs tinki tiothintg of' it.
It he3otes .lantgerouts ontly when) thtey
A\s ati AmteuicanI aerotttic flyetr whol
thell l'inch rs front ('xplaied att thet
he'initntg of the last ftelgiati-irtitisht
"'It's as easy as fa llitnr ott' a lor."
lie was de i litng rotnati ally13 on t he
bleat ies (f living aroundtil itt at loud
"0vry3n3 itn1 ai wile."' he ('xilain
131, "whe. n :t ate fifteen or' (kIteln
thou31 a tin fet ,y uwiltl3'.Y~ runI ta into1 a
(tin-t whtl f wrb33 Ito a e tairy-tland. It
ytour3 inain an l 31 d wa: 1'round333. Some333
of I theS3 l'3h1 in :1nk s tet1h forI m~1jh'.
like a stoat whltit. w.orld. Th1r3:.r
ennyonst runt in a't131 l l throu13'3i: th331m.
"lintjt ); ai '.ou3 333nw 33 1 vthe rnt
joy" Stlik ali ?0om3 lit up 11 er (33the l
to 3313n ltn 3'oast dlown thte. (ther
s ide, perhap11s inifI a lake ---thait Is, It
1l.oks1 lilt. Ii lake.. Tiheni yott(ulioe to
13 succ'eslon3 of htills (31 miotuntaitns and(
you1 3-o zoom31ine 3.'' am tht n dtoit3wn itkeI
':-3--r1atl olet' (oaster'.
"''Ten you.3 will H into 313 a 2r tO1
break itn ti(h ls jutst lIke a3 eannyon
jightt and1 lefI ofI you3 fotr hundrllit'S of
11nd more witet glisten inig ciloudis Ill
dert youI. For tile after imile youl wIll
follow atound in these high wails. itust
as clearly deflued as the walls of the
Grand Canyon. Some times you travel
straight away for miles; then you will
come to a sharp angular turn and
shoot around it In a vertical turn. It
is all like a dream and no artists ever
painted a more alluring fantasy in
white and blue.
".Sometimes the canyon will close in
front of you and you dive straight in
to the clouds, or you may be going
around. Often you will follow around
until you lose all sense of direction
or balance. You think you will drive
down toward earth and see where you
are. You push over the joy stick, but
the od bus does not answer--just
keeps on going and becoming more
cranky every moment. Then you know
you are flying upside down or perhaps
with your body almost horizontal.
There is just one thing to do-let go
of the joy stick and the old bus will
tumble out of the clouds. 'You may
come out finding your head straight
down toward the earth, or horizontal
with it. Then It is an easy matter to
flatten out and travel on.
"You do not realize that you are up
side down because you are fast in the
machine and the motor is roaring tre
ieidoisly and pulling lard right un
der you. There is no danuger wlIen
falling out. -)f the selouds--after your
first tuilible. It is the lrst that al
ways mes a man wolider what has
happelled 'o his ma ehine, but, as sioon
a1s lie is out. in the clear he realiz-s
w"hat has occ urred a ndl then never for
gets it, with the result that Ie is pro
,:ared for the situation again at any
"All danger in this situation has
iein practically elimilnltd now, for
theoy are n1ak1ing mlachinefs stronger
and strona-er every day and they se m
to be able to stand almost any shoek
or test to which you can subject
S I IE IFF 1)FNI E.S
ClAIMS OF SON
FaItler of Ediar Morris, on TrIal for
Mirder Says 31auistrate 3Made No
Chlarlottesville, Va. June 27.
Forller De putv Sheriff (George Mlorris,
father of -duair Morris, on trial for
shootig up tihe Gree coillty court
on March 29, was a witness today. rhe
elder' Mlorris con1tradiitel soile of the
testimiony given by the son yesterday.
Tite younger Morris nsserted that
when lie drew hits two gunis and open
ed fire on .\la.istrate lituford Su1lli
van, lIe was convinced that Sullivan
luid reacehed for his pocket, apparent
ly to draw a gun. Tho father today
'estifled he saw no movement made
by tihe dead magistrate to indicate
that Sullivati sought to draw a pistol.
Ile also stated that lie never knew of
S4ullivan making any threats against
the boy, as young 'Morris testifled yes
h'le reports from the war depart
ilent showinlg Morris d ischa rged
'from tle ai':my were not offered in
evidence, although it had been stated
repeatedly that they wvould be. The
dlefenise ('nllled Mlajoi' If. L2. Opie to
the stand andlihe was permItted to
state t hat .\orris w~as discharged 0on
the ground of "itnadaptahility."'
Testitmony taking was concludled
today and it is expuectedl the ar'en
mlenits will take upl tomiorro'w and
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BRO1MO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. Thero is only OniO "Bromno Quintne."
E. W. GROVE'S aignaturo on box. 30c.
OF WIFE MURWER
Aged New York Physician Is Guilty of
First Degre( Murder, Jury Decides.
Mineola, N. Y., June 27.-Counsel
for Dr. Walter Keeno Wilkins, found
guilty here today of murder in the
first degree for killing his wife, Julia,
at their Long Branch home, Feb. 27,
announced tonight that ho would
carry the case to the court of appeals
and to the governor if necessary. The
verdict carried with a recommenda
tion for clemency which, under the
law, the court cannot heed. The only
penalty permitted in this State for
first degree murder is death in the
The jury that convicted the aged
physician was out nearly 23 hours,
establising a record for Nassau coun
ty. Foreman Paries said twenty bal
lots werc taken. On the fourteenih
ballot the ijiry stood eleven to one for
conviction. It took seven hours to
sway the twelfth man.
When the verdict was ainoniticed
Dr. Wilkinls displayed little emtotion.
lie left (the court room with'a steady
step. lIe had collstatlv professed his
conitthdenet in Ia alitttal or, at the
Therefore Insist Upon iGen
uine "Bayer Tablets
iillions of fram ie it Aspirin Tah
ItIs were sold by Hrooklyn Manu
factreir'cl which la - prov'd to he (m0111
posd maily oft Taem (n Tc 'owder.
".\layer Table.; or Aspirin'" the true,
eun. American made and Ameri
caln owned Tiiblets are( mnarked with
the safety "Iblyer Vross".
Ask for anld then insit upon "ay
<-r Tablets of .\spirin" and always buy
ilem in the or'iginal ayr packag
which cotains proper' directions and
Aspiin tlt, trade mark of Btty(t
Manutfacture of Monoaceticac idester ot
THE WONDERFUL SOIL I.l
An TMxcellont Winter and Stpr ig
Grazing Crop-Boat of La y
Green reed-Good Hay C 1
Crimson Clover enn 1, swwn
froil tie firs (ot . Ily to .arly inl
( )vtshA r. It is pIa I ti'uliriy vtll
11b0e ;Is a s; Il ti f X -r fowr coit
aitn (i tutn, slw it th lat
wurking. turn otingt t und h
coog .iny, S fd growing in
crease crop -h' i ye-ar.
BE SURE 0 BOW
'rThey are nrefu'tlly 'electeId andl
ii~ i mpuriti it i s and objec tti~. Iit
SEED POTATOES for Fall Crop
Itopt rowers arev gettiltn
dttrful ii e jus'I'i lt no. ' nut at!'
Write' tfor "Wood's Cr0o) Spe..
cial'" t-'ving Ilmelv ttururmnt nt
IT.W.WOOD & SONS,
SEEDSMEN, Rtictutnond, Va.
,iri. t ul A(I RM of 717 Decatur street,
nb i o t m , a . s n y : s eI t o d r a g -
around the house tee pit weak and had -
no energy to do anything. My appetitd
was off, and my nerves on edge nil the
tinme. Whatever I ate Jay on uny storlnacir
and turned tot wr and ould belch
it up sour and lot. Gas kept me swelled
dra. d my bowels were badly consti
"I read about persons who took DRECO
andi got so much better, so I bought i.
bottle, and I believe the first (lose helpe
jne. I have now take'n two bottles, and -
I'mn like a diff'erent womnan.
"I go about iny work full of energy,
and It Is a pleasure niow Instenad of a,
dlrag. 'My bowels net regularly ; nio more
gas on my storinite, itor water belchingK.
Isleep sound andl have a'fine appetite.''
Dlti-CO Is innttle froin juices ail ex
tracts of snany mnetleinal herbal plants
which net on the vital orguan IA a pleas
ant and prompt wanner.
)'o'( is hji'lly recoininlelded in
h'altrells byrLaren:CDr .
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