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Dwiells on "Question of Sisence." Need
for Publilty. Allies Not Agreei on
Subject in Diseussions of ''treaty it
Paris, .\pril 3.--Capt. Andre Tg'rdlet,
one of the 1'rench delegates to the
peace conference. in another of his ar
ticles in [A Ilnstration dealing with the
peiace treaty of Versailles, dwells at
length onl what he terms the "question
of silence" and gives some Interesting
oidelights on the peac(e conference.
Captain Tardieut recalls how the
press placed great hope in the first of
1'resident Wilson's 1-1 points which (le
Inanded that conventions be crepared
with the knowledgo of the general
public. 1111t, lie says, its hopes were
dashed when it ibt'ca1ile known that
I'resident \\ilsol hiiseltf delared this
-did not niwan the( inak1ing public , of
legtia iolis wit referred only to inak
ing putblic tlt dehatets on (lgagt'elts
n1td befoire, theY hecantev delinite'.
ol'nier l,Inuicr ('l .11in lult' l is declar..
ed l'y .. Tar dit'u to have been ..,the
greatest advocat i tf pubtlieity, hut a.
serts .\l. i len eatl's efforts in tils::
directionl .crv not inldorsed by the( al
I ied g v I I Ite i n t s whi ich a re said t o
have rtfused eVn I is p) ropiosal to
mak piblic the terins of the treaty
when it was ready to be handed to
the G(erians. They permitted only a
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State Of' Sonth ('a701'11na,
County of L1aurens.
Whereas. petitions signed by a legal
number of tho qllified electora alld
free-hohtk rs residing in Waterloo
school dist rict No. 1-1, LaurenS coon
LY, South Carolina. asking for an elee
tion u t hll e t< 1u estion of voting an
additiona! I Inill tax upon the pro
perty ill said school district, to be used
for 'h 11 Io.- k. havt bten filetd
with tihe ii t board l t f edne'ations, an
cni.n hereb,- ordere d upon Saiti
rie: tn. lix cha ll iol to h hiebt oni
the. ! i,! .\ iit, t t4, at iPublic
Scho:1 te a li1 in .ebti. rt , la
rer ti. tlanagli t of t hlt hou ruste
or :w ici :.. r i"i rict.
n ly h e h 4 t i n rellrll rad
()r Ilrk a %rlw~ for taxation and
who exhi til, i ltax C o s ter
istratio -i -tili at i as e result
(e elt b'etion l1Ol h aitltowd
Tho,' i,%or1in. lit , I nmill additional
T.1 ha\ A0 % hallot contaiin tor
wod! t'i:.- wor ri ( nlltd there
o. thai d ::tis the -1 ::lilt addi
00wai tax .-hll vole a hallot. contain..
e 'h wod 'NO"writtenl (r printed
-0 'n.rollshall open at (lhe dour.
.No'clock in teit forenoon and shall
reltain opnll lil tiliel e r h u of
in th afteriloon wnd they 1shal be
closed, and the hallots counted.
Th., trstes siall report the result
of te election to the'conty auditor
and coity sutperintendent of educa
tion within ten days thereafter.
Rt. T. WILSON, Supt.
By order of Somty Board.
Out of Fix?
Afte your jhs goerok worr
dru ish fo w ake systens tonttles
give qhik densdigestngta glas
wih cas gies deightfu renif o
noe cargerthe ffirs dofzen used.
othing alabe iorreotng Ingrdens
worn-wht sa.s onverMtinug foods
int rich bwood and sundo, fotesh.
Bottledt and notteantd bym a the sayele
ratoe meivarMiera thSprytinge.
Zirn, isa sC.enid onrreuirc eae
Tr a nn Ipply y eep he ei
godoribhutrn men auroen.
Sled by dreuggse fZRon ony-a,
gArate e.ee i7hesoewok wo2y
Yrefoaciens Blood Nheesne
e Itewaee yte satncta
stummtnary to be Iublislied before the
treaty was signed.
Captain Tardieu quotes M. Clemen
ceau as having sai'd: "There is a gen
eral expectation among the public.
which desires that all the subjects of
oui dli)beratiols he known. It is to
our advantage to show it the results
of our work."
")iiliculties began at once, 'which
continued to be iiultiplied for the next
six months," Comments Caiptain Tar
dieu. "If -the conference had not been
held in France the French government
would have been accused of defend
ing French rights, but France's post
tion was complicated by the confer
ence being held in France. The press
and delegates alike considered that
the hospitality received from France
imposed on France the special duty of
protection for their benefit."
Captainl Tardielu declares that to pre
vent the conference from 1 pursu ing its
hea vy task with excess indifference,
A. J. 13Ia fou r, Iritish represeitative at
'le conferen ce. and Stephen Plichon.
Oie of the French delegates. received
the newspaper ien bit says that in
March wlien the con ferenev was con
sidering4 certain mnuch debated :)oints,
the sliplremile counnil asked them to
abhandn tlese receptions.
To the suggestion that if 'the public
had been informed on peace conference
doings, France would not have been
obliged always to yield tQ the allies,
M. Tardieu replied: "It is false that
France always yielded. Generally, on
the contrary, she obtained satisfac
lie then gives a list of points pro
posed which France succeeded In hav
ing changed. Among them were lim
mediate admission of Germany to the
leiague of Iations, no interallied occu
pation of tle left hank of tle Rh ine,
no Frilich o1(nim iont excelpt perhailps
Is 111onlths. France to ay (GermianV
for all sith : ro:lt v in \l!mce-L or
ine, no 'ersioni of Ithe I .:mvi e w m e;
;f 'rini :in1d nto s1p(eial regi for
n H 'i t! :31411.c IS1S E p lfi
hxjieluI, have excva(rI Ohe YiVu
t1h' .'t tt f i5111 ''('('5vs by ])110.( I haln
$ 2m )1, () 0j (111 d iI Ing the( flust IneII
lilil s of' this fiscal year, and thet re
di t:i l f $ m7b''' ,Ono il the xloptn ilig
debt inst 111-.'ei is only a ty mporn -1''
lodxmlilu, 'rep ase Itld te Milete.
nYu"ig, Repmi1lcan leades" , bmeclare
today Ill at stat t'tietlt. 1-,'eoniomty alone,
e said, o ld averit a "calamitons
I'llmlediatelyv upon0 tite "tempiior'ary
reduction" in ttihe floatirg (bt, Mr.
7i1ondel I deem rell, the treasury was inl
ti( miarket for fitrt her loans andl this
111011t li tist n isims of a f"rther large
(iovet'flmerit financing by short tertu
otes, lie added, is such as 'may bring
atda rein ad& i'a reen tenomy alnet
hesa, wekorl avot' afteranap-ou
r eti on"dc ii u follitati e lie
.\ing tea ed, e- aurt was1in
the mrvied for fyurentoanvnuths
tolue ofp tempnoradrsi cetfatesuch"
Governmoent fainancig by short term e
wats, "a seous mence at "ay bing~
atrnd ous't~ilil wnceas the Coery next
tdayn t eovr month ter wana
"Tenreascing go opravoftire dif
ficuteo riigotd.ti eonoi
Crenewe thoe time and time,"hafd blo
wardnleit "is inoctceed by btatdsa
orlal rovddfo hes crrents t ee,
fthed epulica ready i th such a
summte ofarried byar anr ntes
ras of sIeru centces atan time,
and crticuaryt when ther cuntry wase
"Tli ri he r'easung graity of the f
ficlkt aIng ut ver this' fenormos
loanse of hr ineteesstiatest b
rene4,withro te roailtime," thad Mr.
ratie will ohe stifurasthralanwerd
rn ago to Iper cent, ors twian the,
i0i0,000s rfa ofen threyas o.rn
of'i'ertii'yatial, th2 er cet, w~ret
sa o, andsth tlreiiasury' bitt they nthe
ltotav't (i sor tme cenaes swate il)
l4 3--x wih the wrbitite ohat ince"
anrdelmalgoedo is ecessa r dtwice the
intest rat of clhtheyer"a
Coresry Mr cials, th .retateen
ontinIud'a andled'atn orn ste
a'tona mot admrab0,0000 lbut th''an
not I atlygvertdaseunment swepteeptpub
l rlexrenitures ithins cou-ncde.
cosatua ofduotionaof rpublco inbtMr
Montdeul'idde, ith herav durngte
noxf wlalyerekning . ei ai ful oto
Congrhesi , Mr.nin thnel c predfiving,
woille 'eran appritonsiatin futor thed
GOB WHO MADE GOOD GOES TO ANNAPOLIS
t~at'on strengthening y o u r di
gestive and eliminative.
organs with Nature's
Remedy-it's better than
NR Today-Keeps the Doctor Away
One of the world'd greatest solen- gans-promotes good digestion, causes
tists says that more than 90% of all the body to got the nourishment from
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Why don't ydu begin right to- that you are living again, with new
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