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WOMEN'S PEACE CONFERENCE
LOOMS UP BIG
Amsterdam, Holland, April 19.
The women's international peace
conference, which assembles at The
Hague on April 28, loomed up today
as one of the most important unof
ficial efforts on behalf of peace yet
Although the American delegates
have not arrived they will prove a po
tent factor, as it was announced to
day that arrangements have been
perfected for Jane Addams of Chi
cago to preside over the conferences.
A committee of two women repre
senting each nationa participating
has been named to make all arrange
ments. On this committee Jane Ad
dams and Miss Andrews will serve on
arrival On it will be represented,
when it is complete, England, Ger
many, Austria, Hungary, Denmark,
Sweden, Norway, Holland, Italy and
the United States. So far all French
women's organizations have refused
to be represented officfally, although
some of them are to be present unofficially.
NOW THE CHICKENS WILL NO
DOUBT STAY AT HOME-'
Stevens Point, Wis., April 19. R
K. West today agreed to keep his
chickens out of P. M. Sackett's gar
den. Sackett complained to West
that the latter's chickens were
scratching in his garden. West in
sisted that he be shown. Last night
when West went to close up his
chicken coop a small card hung from
the bill of each chicken. On each
card was printed:
v'l have just been schatching in
Mr. Sackett's yard.
"I am a naughy chicken.
"I have been trespassing.
"My ownejj doesn't feed me enough.
I have to visit the neighbors."
On the "far end" of the string
which suspended the card from each
bill was a seed in the chicken's
"Soy Bean has gone to th' city ten
inlilt in h' nrrrwi ' h' irnomnlnvnrl v "
A STRONG ACT
She In those amateur theatricals
I suppose -with you and your wife
will put on a. clever dialogue.
Henpeck Dialogue? You meana
SOME FISH STORY!
Connelfsville. Pa. ATrs Thn? R
Echard had hardly broken the recorcL, l
for several years by-hopking a 14-' 1
men trout wnen a boy at Jones Mill,
nearby, cause one 22 inches"in length.
Fair and continued warm Monday
and Tuesday; lght'Axo moderate
south wesf-winds, " . 5