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THE HARTFORD HERALD WEDNESDAY SEPT. 10, 1019 "GOO SAVE DO ac 3G 30 DC 3c F y ROM a.1 r ream Home For your convenience andjto enable you to sell your cream for cash, we have opener! a"C ream Buy ing StaMon for the Sugar Creek Creamery Compa ny, of Louisville, Ky. Bring us yourjoream see i t tested know that you are getting correct weight, mid fair test, and take your cream check home and the empty can back with you. No bother about shipping no losses from spilled cream or lost cans no waiting for your money. WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKKTfl PllIOE, treat you right, audjguarantee satisfaction. J.D.WILLIAMS & SONS, Beaver Dam, Ky. Both Phones. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Most of the Gas Companies throughout the country use a fleet of lord Runabouts. The same is true of other big corporations. The reasons are very practical. The Ford Runabout is the most economical solution of quick trans portation from manufacturer to retailer. 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The Hatford Herald and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer Both papers one year - $2.00 A'ppliea to both renewals and neT subscriptions. Ceo. Mischel & Sons Incorporated Granite, Marble and Green River MONUMENTS Got our pricos, for wo have Ik largest, finest and best EqulpUg Monumental works in WestMB Kentucky. And can save you motfU In Tho lSuslnos. 42 Yearn, 412-414 Eeast Main Street OWBNSBORO, KY. Ono squaro below Bell Hotel OUR CLIENTELE GROWS Not Upon Promisee, But Upon Performance. Wo are Pioneers In v "T1i i"v- Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Prompt Deliveries. In Business Since 183B The Teasdale Company 085-627 Walnut St. Cincinnati, Ohio. i . W J l it FRIENDS !! Senator McCimber Protests la ' Senate Against Shantung Anendmeit To Treaty AGAINST INTEREST OF CHINA Republican Senator Asserts That ths Opponents of the Peace Treaty In the Senate Are Trying to Kill It Washington, D. C Sonntor Mo Cumber, for 20 years Republican Sen ator from North Dakota, in a speech to the Senate, charged that the ma Jority of the foreign relations commit, tee is trying to kill the peace treaty and the League of Nations. Senator McCnmber spoke after his second breach with the opponents of tho treaty on the Senate committee nn foreign relations. In the present breach. Senator McCumber voted alone with the supporters of the treaty and against the majority of the commlttco which voted to strike out "Japan" and insnt "China"' in the three seclloi.J warning the Shantung Peninsula. Why did the majority of this com mittee pau in the midst of their hearings to make this particular amendment?" asked Senator McCum ber. "The purpose Is apparent. It Is to signify to the country that the SeMte is hostile to this treaty. It Is )o put Japan In a position where she cannot withhold an appearance of be ing coerced to do what she has prom ibed to do. It Is to create trouble be tween this country and Japan arid thereby send the first dagger thrust Into the tody of this treaty. "I am satisfied that no greater blow could evr be struck against tho real interests of China than by such an amendment. "Is it any act of true friendship to ward China or a mere political move to defeat the treaty? If Its sponsors 'now fail to come forward and openly pledge that if Japan is driven out of this treaty then the United States will proceed slnglehanded and alone to drive Japan out of China will renew this world war and send our soldiers Into the Orient to flght for her, then by this act they are betraying China with 'a false kiss. "If, on the other hand, they declare "they will make war to drive Japan cut of China, to prevent Japan receiv ing only those lights which the other .ureat nations of the world hnve re ceived, then they are proclaiming a policy which they have assailed as be ing the most wicked part of the League of Nations a policy of interference with the quarrels of the old world. , Worse than that, while they violently 'condemn a Joint agreement with the other great white nations of the world 'to shield the greater white races from annihilation, they would'send our sons to death to defend the inferior yellow 'races whom we claim to be so Inferior 'as to be unfit to associate with us. "Either we will bring both Japan 'and China into this League of Nations, jwhlch by the very terms of Its pro visions will compel Japan to return to China all the German rights ac fquired by Japan, not only by conquest ibut by the solemn agreement made by her with China herself, or you will drive Japan out of the treaty, where she w'll not be bound by the obliga tions which she would -lsume by Join ing the league, and where she will be holding the German territory and all 'tho Cerman inter-its by the right of conquest and with the broken word of China, she can work her way to the very limit of subjugation of all ,the Chinese territory not now within the sphere or Influence of other pow ers. With this League of Nations, China obtains an assurance which is .tantamount to a guaranty by all tha world that not only will Japan return to China what Germany wrested from her In 18B8, but henceforth and so long aa this league shall last no other nation shall rob China of on inch of her territory or exercise any con trol over her people Inconsistent with (he claims of complete Independence and sovereignty." Senator McCumber then recited the. history of the several treaties under which Japan took over the Qerman rights la nnntunf. promisinr to restore tnei (.nina. Me tnen saia: "By this amendment you declare that loan cannot be trustsd to keen sacred htr word, given not only to China alone, but also erven to the United Htates and every other Important nation by reiterat ed declarations. , "There Is but one honorable, upright and proper count to be pushed by all the ureal nations of the world. Including China and Japan. Let China keep her .tieaty; give Japan an opportunity to do what she has pledged her national honor jto do; cease this attempt to JucKle this 'country Into war with Japan; defeat this .proposed amendment which arrogates to ourselves the right to annul a treaty be tween China and Japan and sets at n4Ught a treaty made during the stress 'of battle between our co-belligerents and Japan before we en ered Into the war: bring Japan and China Into the world league as sure as the sun shall rise 'tomorrow Japan will keep her plighted 'faith. China will rtcrtv complete pres ent justice and assured future protection. "On the other hand, force tills breach of contiact by China, drive Japan out of thlu league by InsUtlag her honor: relieve her from her tisaty by first broaklng It yourself and thereby Install ing her In her Impregnable position of right of conquest, and China Is doomed. The other European nations cannot help her because they are tied by their own '.rootles, and you will not make war on Japan to help China after she haa broken her treaty. "If these be friends of China, then Clod savs China from her frleads." U-- - Ml (QffSyAiJ mm Your Private Dance Orchstra Your porch is a wonderful place room there for a jazz, band, a soci ty orchestra mid atroupeof comedians everythhi the.youug folks could want for a grand glorious time. The minute you acquire a New Edison, you've solved the prob lem of the young folks for all the summer. It's their dance orches tra, their vaudeville, thnir song leader, It supplies them with in exhaustible rounds of yood, clean fun at home where the influence is holsomest, When the New Edison lie-Creates an orchestra piece, you hear each instrument as dis iuctly- as though the actual organization werejbefore you. It's as good a3 a private dance orchestra. The NEW EDISON "The Phonograph with a Soul" A E. P. BARNES & BRO. 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