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the coiferoce but were giveni fifteen
days In whilch to submiii it their reply IlI
writing. Annonncenwnt of the terms
of the treaty caisel -I storm in GeI
numny. The terims were denounced by
PresIdent iChert of Cermany its being
the inost severe ever "imposed upon a
vanqished people." Several coimmiu
'nientions requesting changes in the
treaty were slibiit(ed by the Germnan
delegates miil these were given conmsid.
eration by the comil of flve. As n
result soime parts of the treaty were
made more lonient toward Germany.
The, revised terms were presented to
Count Brockdorfi-Tantznu. head of the
-German delegationm on) Jnne 1IC and the
Germnans were zien svei days In
whch to s 'Ie. The ernum ntioinil
nis.sembihly on .Jun 22, by it vote of 237
to 138, authorized Ihe goverment to
sign the trea ty. On June 2S the
treaty was signed :it Versailles by rep
resentatives of Cermiany and of the
n allied amlm assoi ted powers. q'he
Chinese Idelez:i tes alone 'refused to
sign beenuimse of it' Shanttog settle
on Jime 291 Prciuldut \\ilson snilp
from Fran nce ami ''uirned to the
United States aft im absence of
more than six tmbi () in July 10 Ite
presented thI tireaty t. the t enate ainda
there at once dvf'loiwtl litter oppo
sition to its a!doption wVitIouIt clianigv
On Septeiber I0 Sna(or Lodge sub
mitted the majority report of the comn
nmlttee on foreign reltilons, proposing
amendments and four reservations to
the pence treaty. Senator Hitchcock
.presented at milnority report, recom
lmlenlding the adoption of the treaty
without reservation. There hegani then
a determind l ugh t between the oppos
Ing forces In lie senate, whlch ended
finailly in a deadlock that preventeil
the ratifleationi of the treaty either
with or without reservations.
President Wilson had continud to
comibat eveiy sumlmestlonl of a Chmanige
In the treaty or the covenan.t of the
TeagIe of Nations ad i) aln etTort to
force its Vatiltution hmd undertalkeni
n xt tour of the ouitry. ho
A vnil animunt of uniork otn
...erverutit~n of itir has i
Late.1, na I il e re it 's t Ih,
expendituirei 1ugh tob ,
roats l ,1 % t ad i(plately I
But we (can't coi
produ'ctioni unless wv
our railr-oadI faci lities
Thl~e farm-s, minej
ilner-ease thejir ouitpt
of thle railroadls to h)I
onies, mlore( ears, m)
But this countrv
keep right onl growii
must grow with it.
To command in tl
the flow of' new capi
facilities-arnd so i
there must be pub
future earning powei
The nation's busi
fast as the railroads
Thos16 cfe tii'infunin
allk'o nc tanltrar
tion a.f Ra'lwna/t lr'iu~lar
ginning on Septetoiner 4. Atfe Ileliv.
ering DIore than forty spceehes
t1rouh1out tihe West le broke down
lin(ier the Strain and was forced to
return to the White House. Hlis con
dition wa1s regal-lel as very serloiv,,
and lie was innble to take n lending
part in the battle for the treitty when
the contest reached its (litnx. The
presiieit still ins sktl. hiiowever, upon
the adoption of tile treaty vitlout re3
ervatll.ins, dwhe ftie qIlestion enie
to a final vote in the senate on Novem
her 1) the Democratic ninority, lauled
by it number of Replibliealls opposedl
to the league in any forin, dcl'efteid the
nnjor'ity resoltitlo of* tle Itepli)I(,nIs,
'lichli wohlil have Carried with it the
reservation" alloptedl by tile seaite.
Senator Ilitehovock theireupon olTvredl
at resolutjion pri'ovitiing for ratilleition
of Iho tre'lty wit hout rofei'l-vm7:ilos. .1111
Uls. ill till'it. was uie'fea teti, a inhi r
of, 1 )nl icrlatic seul:nnlots votinl1g willh
fihe lieptildienns.. \\'jIh ' 11 4mill rom e
lit'odweeni I the' 1 pitsimr groups app!r
Fnty resibln Afheis.nt a
In th14 11ienn1tilm i l, pe1cf tren-.ty
htl heien ratile I ly tht-e IIther i reatII
di 5'l natins nol by Ciyi I the
nsauinl- 'utio t ha t 'hi:r nt 1n112'
sI11 111 aili~ iii I I e Itt'i tiiiiia iie
i \.l I v :raisi I ';ern 11 ri .
Foreign Aff airs.
\il hiIe lih treIlay wa)sli b ingo nhith
a tt elonititions remugatinee very il e
settled no()t only inl the territ1ory which
had bee(.4 included i the 14. it. ifivrvaed
nations but througthuit E-'pe. ItHus
shI cont1iueet 1 4,Il in a'l ofIl 1u1mli'
bolshevist g1overnm1 ent lrj vi I r t
tion of Lenin and 'lrotzky mintainoll
its control over it l rgi' Ir io' thle
former empi11' 1re It was bionune11i ( d Ii n11
all1 Sides by opposing groups whieh
attineked It wvith varyhis1g success. The11
newlVy constitutedl tuition 1)f Polanil
was beset for it time onl :1l side's, but
It, too, succeiled inl w2thering thl
stormn mid h:ad 4shtblished :t stahik
governmnent bef'ore mllany 11minths had14
I''niure toi renvh it sefttlmentt of thiv
F'lume qluestion continually thrantened
II]narmled Conflict h11w-N-161 thl- italiansl
and thlt new\\ Jugo-Slav sftt. Seriousz
conlditions cexisted In Ihm11gary bothl hv
Oft..n - ... .0s . ,..- .
rnini to 1, done which [be
tter mrily delta Ied and neurtft.
* Very tllrge capital
nad to rntke ip for the initer
ih tr. ant. pr< pare thr rail.
h ai re ed trame throighout
W . KI-:R 1). 111NE-:. -
D inue infqeasing our
e cont ue increasinig
beyonid the c'apacit y
iiil thir~l prodlucts.
near' the peak of their
Ore( tracks-, mfore' ter'
be little incrIease' iln
of ours is going to
ag-and~ the railro(adIs
e investment markets
tal to expand railroad
nicrease r~iody ion --
lic confifricein the
ness can grow only as
a pub)ished by Ihe
conceitn thq le raulmtt it.o
b! I rl i tqli In ilrv' entwoia.
cause of clushs with URot1main: and
with the new Czech government.
In Germany a split milonig the Cer..
mal n social ist lenders resuilled oil Janui
ary 7 in serious street ighting. The
goveriniment was seriously threa tened,
hut onl Jtaunry P its troops li Berlin
were re-enforced ndit( regailned control
of tihe( situation. oin Jnua ry 16 1)r.
Carl Liebktnelit lender of the Splutr
Iilcans. or, alitigovernment factilon, was
killed while attempting to ecanpe a fter'
arrest in Berlin. Ills compa nion. Rosa
Luxembiug, loll klilown s a i radlient
leader both i Germany 1and RIissin,
was kIlled by a moh. Disorders In
crially were suppressed and on Jhan
unry 19 tile pec'p1e elcted a nallonal
asstlIbly, the ilInjority Seia lxs eld
by Chni neetllor Eberl- retitinanr conitrol.
Tle a:<semibly let It Weimar on Janu
ary 6 1 ad on Fvebr'ua ry 11 elected
Chaneellot' t'iterl as first presideit of
the Cr4m-11.n1 repliit . after ad4op1 inig a
provisional cons--tilttion. In Polaind
oppos'ing' flnelios Ireced iln 1'darue
ent 111 ii on lnIry 17 whlreby Ign'ee
JIn 1i:0er4 wski hecatuie prei'(' ler, with
General 'iludkski as foreign miniister
find M1. Demloskil :(- preshdlnt.
Opilon I 0.To 1) Janimneso Control had
beenl developing" rapliflly inl Koren find
on Alvv-h 12 K o iai inationalisti. i
sled l 4i11r4oration of Inill 4'lopendlne.
declarin-:l. 11heisolves riii tinly ro "lioht to
th is :r, p of*(l( blooli." 'Svrious.- disor
detse' a11,0els w ar repor :iit i ntill at:ypt iln
sipport fit ore ninalist dnm imu4I for
autolmiwiy and on . March 25 tie liltt
Ish -4m r. tr.N for wair. Mir. Churvchill,
lflnited that tho w-hler of E 'yllt was
v i t :y i 1 a st tifi of in t treetI lln.
11n :lrb1 anw (h'rman IIo-A uStI rin
OVere11111nVlt .w'stblihed at Vienna
with ibtor V ienner as chancellor.
Count Kar1ol *% i lnd heenl mlade prest4
d()nt of tihe- nlw I )tlngarui :4 repuiblc Oil
January 11 uimt on 'larch 22 he wtas
foretA to resIgn Stan1id th1 ere was ecnsti
tuted t new," :rzovertknment which pro
claimed a icttorship of th1 wrole
tarllat and nll ballIe'iance with 'h TRus
Sinn i -Zoviot goverilliit.
A ministerial crisis arose Inl Itally Its
a result f fithearnnt's policy In
connection wvith thet peace, vonfer!ence.
As n rlt the iniistry of Premier
OrlftI, wats 1 un.; t oexpvetedly over
thrown , i .une 1l mnd two chys hater
Franlces.co NItt. fotnerlll minlister. o"
thinn1e1c. hoenme1 premuierl (1f 11taly. AtI
the satm tilm 4he tirei enbiet re
signied ht'('ist (it' the <tefrminaition of
ChieIllor Selematni tIll tillno 1t to recog
niz th peacet toiis artiliil by the
ajllies. Gutsftn Adolph ller, former
filinitter Ill' illor, was apililited lhan
cellor by Pr11 41etlent :ht and formed
af now e.nhlin'et. A ell between tile
linew (ori n (111:iovvrll1nvnt (11111 th liets
was thrlIeatined on une 21 w !et
Geprman fleet which had beeni Interned
In 1rit1141 waters l inder1 thll ! riillstice
was suttled by 1eon crews, twenty
battleships and crutisers beig sunk.
O 1- A;.(,ust4I 111'ia Kun, who for four
or tive mothils hind been dictator in
Hungary, wits compelled to retire when
sofilists seized haontrl of the trern
The ituatiln In Ireland wher the
Shie l'inl coitinied Its efforts to es
Ctilth :1 f pilice .rews ore serous
as the yeair advaniced. epeate ond Is
ordTsed and e el of Sept-inhr 12
Visk un ( il ri-ih, I l t~t -overnlor
of irebind, prolited fuithper o inttings
ofthe w s.-flld Irisl) paliament. Alany
arrtio awonre sInde by tMh military.
Thl' ihti ngll in l?1ussin h-1d -on1i6 n -.d
goupI linsCtilt Iton -tob ne 25a th fore
colninled byot' <!ufrag uenitche ad
pvitelt enenist the beolhevists.
renci- af isi )1ln t ith i iteen niis of0141
hile~3 thtsr prblems1( troiniei onto
the'1 warwrin. settled 1,114,ia- thne
tofl e '.sie trouhh-. On i)4 ep4 1(tbe.1
Onbrh-) lt d'Ann)uItnzo. (h l'a I ( so'l
dief('-inl,Mi nt(rted1 11lutne A. t tlio- h al
lotro W of tip-l ot I n t deinnee'4 oif) 0he
It')hia' 27d Onlied miliary authalri.
I)Iria' hw: nis waseo rehlee or en-x
Have Ford Machanics Repair
l'he mehil.i ni ouir it) shop who will aljilst (r repair yo l- Ford I l-. ol d
1t1uck. .If- 111( who Iindershiid the F'Od mnec'anism aInd who kn31ow the ForI way
ofmakin repalirs an rephivel nen s. I'hevy art xeienced Pord :nieriani aInd
biecause, oilfiv. ther f iliar1it v with Pord cars ennil do your work more intelligeontly and
mo4re <plivkly than nn1 h41leri skilled inievlium lies who lick lord exper1 tice.
The work on yom' e-it will hw done in -comipletely erI11lipped shop with time
avin 4I l00' too,- n l e i . ' (wr youV mti needs al Id.jlst e or Ia thor'
(I IughI o1er13m lingill.! we a prep- .d to give you enreful mnd proint service. And
ntolhin1' but hl e c ulinj3 P" -nnli pr alli d rephicements will be used. When
ite wok s finished. ti - -ge wil ln. h r easonale, standlahlrd Ford priees.
Mhi- stock of Pord parts is always complete. Anid our Ford gairatge' and Pord
1m3e'1ch - -e1 . at vori servive at antly time. We are Aut1h'orized F'ord Dealers and
- 1n n -paii onl. s but also3 hill t;h1) Ilem. I)rive il or phone. Ie fair to yom- emr
.11d Your pmwlkt-t book.
List price Freight 'T'-:x Delive .red
(hassis .... .... .... . . .... .... .....$ * 75.00 $35.53 $19.59 $535.07
1( I uIt .... .... .... .... .... ....... 500.00 35.53 20.63 561.11
IT~n'in ...... .... .... .... .... .... ..... 525.00 35.53 21.66 587.14
Coupelet .... .... .... .... .... ....... 750.00 35.53 30.94 821.42
han .... ..... .... .... .. . . .......... 875.00 315.53 36.w) 851.67
Trurk .... .... .... .... .... .... ....... 550.00 35.53 13.69 6(04.09
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