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struck by a terrific tornado recently.
Conference of Genoa Is Nearly
Wrecked by Divergence Over
Russia Plan.
Soviet Delegate* Dor't Like the Terms,
E'trser—-Bloody Battle Near Pe
king—Truce In Irish Fight
ir.y—Beveridge Beats New
>n Ir.ijia.' a Primaries.
BEVEMiPMENTS of In-t wwk »!• [
n.'.-t If not quite put th<- Genoa •
«•“(Jitiu.i e on tin* rod.®. .More than’
that, ilii-y broti;-! t Greot Britain anil
Iri<t><« to tin- m i..- of ;t rupture. At
thS u riling tin- pro-pio-t i« <lnrk, for;
ul) i-xi'-pt the soviet Ru '-lain. who!
• ppi-ar to !<av<- iit;:tiouv... ( -.| thciifelviH i
into jii't the po. :t|<.ii Uu*y wanted, j
Prodded t,y T< hit< lierlit and hl* col- 1
leagm., to give u quick uro wt-r to the
propo»ol« of the Ru-slima. the allies I
drew up t<n:.s uhiih Lloyd George
<le< lar.-d < oJecj|« <| t], ( . t, xitinim that ;
would b. arutiti-d Hll--111 Ht.d the mini- >
mum I!,at v.<.uld tie demanded (rum |
he. •' tmmati/.ed. th<—e were:
l!’f Mia recognize* her prewar debt.
The war debt will be recognized,
but i< -lurid.
Hu- la tuu-t restore foreign property
or l.'pl<uimify tl><- owners for damage or
con n«-nt lon.
Ru-shl Will be expected to take such
jTNx : <i ini'! ot! < r n>< <-.'i.-< ■ as will ui
tru<\ foreigner* to Russia for business
f-tirfe »
Fnin< e had yielded to the British on
the um’ter <,f ab-olute restoration of
ioii': • >' I property, nt the Insistence
of I.bo-I Georg, but forc-d tin amend- i
luent forbidding property in Russia to I
be iillocnted to other persons than the ■
former owners. To this !.!•.,;.d George :
hpp.-nded this rider:
"If ‘-.xploiiatioti of property can only !
tie cnrrl<-<l out by its in<l poriitioti
In n generitl group, the prei edlug nr- j
raiigemenis wilt not apply.”
I lIIIKI- th.-n sighed,, but Belgium
ali.Molutely refused lo.ipi.ro.• th. prop
osiil'.'.. Birth-'il hmried to Parts
and premier Pulneim- told hliu some
things that hud imt come out nt ti. iioii
Thereupon the i-ieip-h cabinet agreed
iumnhno>i.sly to support Belgium and
w 'hdrvw the tisMcnt to the proposals
oftered to Russia, This alone was
enough to strain internntional rela
tions, but th.- Paris p<<- - mlded to it
by its explanation <>f the dispute over
the property clause. It nitnle the lint
charge that the s-'Viet.s were negotiat
ing t<> transfer to Lug'sh and Ger
in.in-- oi; t . y, ..p.-- • , • 1/ t„.,
to I rem hmen mid in igmns. and that
Lloyd George added the above men
tioned rider t<> further licit scheme
It did imt seem probable, nnyhow,
that the Russians would m'evpt the
terms otTere.l them They wer<> <-. p<--
chilly displensed with the fut that
recognition of the soviet goviunmi-nt
Mas not fnelmb'd, titid th- 1 <lb! not
like the urtlcle enm on.big foreign
property 1 > simaiioii. Ta. re v.e.-
other feature* tlmt <l!d ma suit them,
am! tlh*y -t into cimnnutil.-iiion 'tri.
Moscow, with tin 1 mtimation that their
answer might not be r. ady f -r
'pill- s.H- .nd pie ir< ... A ... ft •
1 cia’.-reme was I \\
an.l . a liiiunti- i- :a ui ■ •
<•■111 ■ ..> .< ■
recpiutncml ' t-ms iv P b->at <!> ' I
mil im-l-.l - I ■■ urn ill ■ - « > . .
Return of Sta! ;atv - < - ! rrem y.
A 1n ■ I inc In tin to .r I r.iure f I
Central, hanks
Re establishment of the gob] bit*.-*
Puhi ng Ira
T»lt I.amington Wortlr.'igton Evans,
4-halmmn of the tin.o - ■ -. ommiitee, nd
muted that the proposals could i t l»
carried out without the co ot.rrnti.-i
of the l'nite.l States 1 . hite: .“rln de
clare ! little could i>e accomplished bv
Che Uuhtvt commission because the
suljject of ref»aratb<ns was excluded,
and detadci a uumlter -f the pro
£X,-ai:, wi.a !< be said Ru.'s.a would BOt
I: i~ quite apiiarent that what the
soviet government wishes is not a gen
eral :igr.—-Ti-b Euriqss, but se-fe
araie treaties witn the powers, such as
she already haw with Germany, it
probably could do this with Great
Britain and Italy and the neutral na
tions. an'i pn/babiy with some other
: o er-, and France ai d Belgium
ould be left it. an uncomfortable y»-
sltion. And Russia will l>e able to
lay < n Frnn e the blame for the fail
ure of the Geoou coutwimce.
S'iv:< ■ Rt.--.it's defiant attitude to
ward the world was derrmostrated in
the May day doing- at Mos<.'ow. Leon
TnUzky, minister -f wnr, reviewed
l<»,ry>) most excellently ‘-quipped and
drilled soldier*, and In an address d<‘-
1 land that I.c-sla “will resist until
her last drop of blood Is shed any at
t.-rnf-ts of ti.<- capitalistic governments
to enslave her.”
Frame <-or.«<-nted to sign the nonag
grcssioii pact propo- -d by Lloy<l
<.;<-<>rgo iti tlire»* conditions: That
<-•.‘-rv European nafloti Mgm«l; that
ilu-sin .igr<-<-d t<. n-c/gtilze all mr
existing boundaries for ten years, and
that Fram e surrendered none of her
rights to take melon to enforce the
Versailles treaty. The Russians re
jected the second of these and the
Germans the third.
DESPITE the hard working propa
gandists, the American adtninis
tration shows rm signs of willingness
to fake part nt pre.-mnt hi al! these
European m-gmtmtlons. Its position
concerning Ru--ia whs made clear by
S-"cretnr,v of State Hughes in nls reply
to a delegation of the Women’s Inter
national Leag'ii- for Peace and Free
dom which asked him to advocate the
immediate recognition of the soviet
regime. Mr. Hughes told the women
that recognition is In the control of
tlios.. who dominate the affairs of Rus
sen, and would (»<• accorded only to a
government competent to discliiirge its
hiternatiomil relations and demonstrat
ing n disposition t<> discharge them.
He added that there are no legal ob
stacles to trade with Russia.
'TMiAT Fiance fully exp.-.-ts Germany
-*■ to default 'on the reparations is
!mh<-ate<f by a statement in Sketch of
L<>mi*>n. which says ft has learned
from a icHable Flinch s-mree that
l.repnriitbms are In-.ng made for Im
mediate jnobilfzatlmi of the JOIS class
•>f r. erves. numbering about
Mr. Lloyd George g ive up his plan for
a im-i tiug of the i .-itions signatory to
the Versailles treat) - In Genoa to take
up the mutfer of enforcing the German
p "ymelit--. but still hopes R may he belli
else where. I! <• French insist that no
such meeting be held with lifter May 31.
DURING most of last week the
pn-<ll<t<‘<l battle between Gen*.
\Vn l'< 1 11 in <1 Cbang T.Mto-Lln raged
in the vicinity of I‘eklng, Judging
from the dUjOitcties. Wu was having
the best of the conflict. The casual
ties were rather heavy. On Wednes
day President Hsu made another ef
fort to stop the hostilities, calling to
the ntteiitloti of the rival commanders
the fio't that the foreign diplomats hud
protested three times against the
lighting am! had uurned of ><t!ous eon
s.-qi;, ti<-<-s to ('Jam. should foreigners
Miller from th<- h. -tliit >®. Almost all
the [.I ms r<-.. :i-Ithg ('himi made nt the
Washington confert < <■ li-ive been sus
d !><■< :iu-i- ' •, >■ \\nrfiii<>. Tl-o
< him se pros is almost a unit in de
crying the fAlitlng. asserting that It is
only I armful to the eouiitry, which
over si!.- w'n«. i'.ariy |<i the we*-i;
< Jem ill Chang Issued 11 stutemenf
; that General Wu had been killed by
irti! •ry tire. This has not been eon-
Sun Yat Sen, head of the Routh
•I. I <■< ■,!>‘m I v itti Gere -ol * ’ham;
' ■> < <' ■ .. M- v ' . r. - ,-m -1 t|
| lint'l mi.hu... Then <<e Valenl b<in-
I self 3®ked G e i-ail Eireaim to Like
sivps to stop R. Aicorunigiy a truve
of f-.-jr days wi.s declared and a peace
f .<•-
• -n - >.ar;,ed. It > Imp-a the op
! 1 ssr.g ib-.r.* of the Irt.-m army will
' - '-.oe t>. find a basis for unification.
B- • “>- this the Free Staters bad
-t >rn.<<! am! eapt’R-'-d Orm'< da cas
"e -ir-r._ . .d of *t.';e irregu
ar« in E < r.ny; the [edice barracks
in JI jliin-er. <«■ jpied by Irregulars,
i.m: —■ - wn and t.'.ere were ni
mero’js bb mly eiiconnters elsew here.
The -n on the USrer border was
reported as again becoming serious.
TI THEX the fif': Pcn-American con
v v f<-r<-n m |k ] ,-;<] next March in
>-,nr,... >, it may be*<<me an
other conference on limitation of arm
ament. Acting on instruction from
his government, the Chilean arabas
- .-•!--r io Wa-.'.i-.g'i-n 1..;,- suggested to
the Pan-Amerlcaa union that the ques
tion of reducing military expenses of
the American republics be placed upon
the agenda.
TN THE Ur •••'! States the most in-
• ten -ting event of the week was the
defeat < f Senator Harry S. New for
renomination in the Indiana Republic-
pri;o.tries by former Senator Albert
J. Beveridge. Since New was running
on the re< <>rd of the national adminis
trat • n ids failure was looked on as
something of a blow to that adminis
tration am] the “regulars” In the sen
ate were frankly disappointed. Sena
t-.r Mr'.'ormbk, chairman of the Re
publican senatorial committee, how
ever, said the committee Lad taken no
part In the contest and would support
the iiomfnee energetically. Mr. Bev
eridge served twelve years in the sen
ate and was a leader in the Progressive
party movement. He made his cam
paign on such plunks as demands for
the repeal of the Adamson law, repeal
or amendment of the Sherman law,
adoption of a sales tax and the promo
tion of greater efficiency and wiser
economy in government.
Samuel Ralston, former governor of
Indiana, easily won the Democratic
1 nomination, and in him Beveridge will
find a Mtrong contender for the senate
M-at. It may be that mollification of
the Volstead net will become a promi
nent issue of the campaign.
O AMCEL GOMPERS was in the pub
<s li<- < .- and tin- public ear to a con
siderable extent last week. In a May
day manifesto the venerable head of
’ the American Federation of Labor
made a vigorous attack on Bolshevism,
declaring that American recognition of
the Russian soviets would cmistitute a
"ne<-dle-* ami base betrayal of civiliza
tion." lie denounced the Bolshevist
propaganda in this country ami assert-
•■d that he had ample proof to substan
tiate the charges that "Red" millions
i have been sent to America for propa
jmndn purposes and that “W. Z. Fos
ter who bud no money, went to Mos
cow ami came back and announced
that he was building a great secret
i machine to undermine the American
labor movement and turn it over to the
R<-d Internationale, owned by Lenin.
He began publication of an expensive
magazine and proclaimed ‘a thousand
-o .’n t agents In a thousand communl
-1 ties.' ”
A few days later Mr. Gompers was
I one of the principal speakers at a
• mass meeting called by the New York
brnm h of the Association Against the
Prohibition Amendment, and In his ad-
I drexs said that "labor must make the
light now, and we will never stop fight
ing until the rights of the people have
bi-.n report'd to them.” Continuing,
be said: "I and the federation I repre
sent lire in favor of beer and light
•vims urn! against any attmnpt to en
force sumptuary laws aimed nt per
>:al Hl -rty. Tetni»erance was the
■ rule of the great mnss of organized
’al r. but the prohibitionist* ni-1 the
i«o .-ailed Antl-Sab'on Leaguers have
bo .- more tn undermine the morality
•tnd temperance of the workingman
•hnn-onv o'hermgeni'i I ’-■now. 1 have
•r: V'b,| ;-|| „ver the Vrdted State® be-
■ j.l i.m. I:, hiding its so-called
: dry t.-rrltor’e-. and today as I p iss
> thnmgh the-e Ms-ti-m® I have found
1 more drunkenness than ever before.”
'T'llE senate finance committee has
* ,"do; ted 'Climb, r's sobllers' b<>
ims plan, with the ban . loan provision.
Smoot still clings to the 'gii-year en
i duwuient life insurance plan.
Hu't *gtut C.t re- Co-d Neither
Steep Nur Eat With Any Sn
irfact-c- Be'ore He
Got Taniac.
"E<*or» taking Taniac I had not
•eer. a well day in six year®.” said
W. B. Peoples, 328 22p L Su Hunting
ton. W. Va.
“It r-o-:„ed Hire I had lost my health
for g d. I could neither sleep nor
eat .with satisfaction. I was badly
run down, nervous, tad no appetite
end Lad to force down every mouthful
I ate. Even then my f --1 s- ured. I
w- up with gas until I had In
tense pains in ray stomach and chest.
Heeda ?he almost drove me mad, rteu
nintisza In my arms, shoulder and hip®
kept me in pain all the time, and I
had to force myself to work.
"T.< Lac went right after my troubles.
On f--ur bottles I gained ten pounds
an! the rheumatisni and stomach
tr<-'..?<le sr.-'--n left me. My wife has
g. mm a lL ut the g - .-I Tan-
lac did her. and I am glad to add my
er. '-ser-vat of this wcnderful medi
cine. '
1 is -'-Id by all g-» <1 druggists.
Tre Dear Departed.
IL-®t —'This sa - _-.-e hus grown quite
C d.
IL --ess-—lf* a post? umou« dish.
d< r. The e<x>k has just left. —Life.
Thousands of vroiaen have kiiney and
bUcdor trouble and never suspect it.
Y o.T.en’s complaon's often prove to be
r ■?. ng else but k.dney trouble, or the
re®.:’, .i k tney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy
e nd t on, they may cause the other or
g? r- to bejaoine diseased.
Pain Ln the back, headache, less of am
bition, nervousness, are often times sytnp
t< ms of kidney trouble.
D n’t delay starting treatment. Dr.
K mer’s Swamp-Root, a physician's pre
s-r.ption, obtained at any drug store, may
be ;r«t the remedy needed to overcome
such conditions.
Get a medium or large size bottle im
t i.’it-ly from any drug rtore.
H we er, if you wish £r»t to test this
f- at preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Ki.mer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y-, for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.—Advertisement.
Negro Had His Own Good Reasons
for Bestowing Care on His
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge said In
e recent address in Cambridge:
“Communism has proved its worth
lessness in Russia. After Russia no
tub-thumper will ever say again that
private property Is a mistake and it
Ls bette" for us that everything
should be owned in common.
"Private property! Why, that Is
one of our most Ineradicable Instincts.
"A Southern planter once gave an
old top hat of his to one of his slaves,
lie saw the slave returning from
cnurch the next Sunday in a rain
storm. The slave’s head was bare.
Hain beat on it and dripped from it in
torrents. As for the top hat, he car
ried it carefully sheltered under his
" ‘Washington,’ called the planter,
•why don’t you protect your head from
the rain instead of protecting that
worthless old hat?'
“Wash chuckled.
‘“Boss, man,’ he called hack, ‘hit’s
like dish-yere. Mah haid belong ter
you, but de ole hat’s mah own.’ ”
Detroit Free Press.
If a bass drum doesn’t make good
music It drowns a lot of bad.
Chronic kickers soon develop ■
whine that won't wear off.
The man who has more than the
other follow should do more.
Ap. T/ie Thrifty Citizen IVho
Caught the Plugged Nickel
it i'Khml
5 / ; **7l /TR. BROWN had swallowed his lunch and had
V s pa id h* s Curiously he counted his change,
'fifejguilbiil "Here!” he said, sharply, “Take bark this plugged
Vt li nickel and give me a good one!”
Mr. Brown walked proudly out. They couldn’t
V f°°} old Brown.
’T' But oJd Brown had fooled himself.
Brown’s day was heavy and dull.
He lacked “ pep.” There was a
mid-afternoon drowsy spell when
he needed to be awake —the direct
and natural result of heavy, starchy
breakfasts and lunches, taken on
faith and without question as to
value —just because the food looked
and tasted like food.
Thousands of shrewd business
men who count their change, take
their food for granted.
That's what builds up the sani
tarium business, and puts the tired
“all-done” feeling into the mid
afternoon of a business day.
should be made J
artistic, sanitary
and livable.
These walls should be Alabastined in the latest
up-to-the-minute nature color tints. Each room should
reflect your own individuality and the treatment
throughout be a complete perfect harmony in cc
The walls of the old home, whether mansion or cotta.-?, can 5 t
made just as attractive, just as sanitary, through the
Instead of kalsomine or wallpaper
It is absolutely necessary if you expect Alabastine resets that
you ask for and secure Jlabattint.
Avoid kalsomines under various names and insist on the package
with the cross and circle printed in red. That is the only to *. e
sure you are getting the genuine Alabastine.
Alabastine is easy to mix and apply, lasting in its rt-hts, and
absolutely sanitary.
A'abastir.e is a dry powder, put up in fire-pound packages, white -..-•! hn a .
tiful tints, ready to mix and use by the addition of cold water, and w.t •
tion» on each package. E’viry paciagt es genuint
•v™ ■ r ■ r Alabaitiiu has cross and aircle printed in red. qer————,
Mifcw’TE WITH r> * t V J J ’ J Ofc.YTOOI
cold wATta Better write ui for hand-made color de- h -
signs and special suggestions. Give us your decor- — -
ative problems and let us help you work them oul
! IMr a
•Alabastine Company
1653 Grandville Ave. Grand Ranids. Mich I
With very realistic sobs the weary
tramp told the tale to the farmer’s
wife and she nearly believed him.
“But, surely, if you have an aged
mother to support,” she said sympa
thetically, “you could find some better
way of doing it than begging? You
know ‘necessity is the mother of in
vention.’ ”
“Not in my case. I assure you,"
said the tramp, earnestly. “With me,
lady, mother Is the invention of neces
sity .” —Pea rsons.
Remarkable English.
The following Is a specimen of Eng
lish as it is printed Ln Brazilian
“Furnitured roms. —At bight and
respectucby family house two let two
appartaments, beeing lach one of them
possess a magnify plain. Pension of
first ordem. Tel. Ipanema 1,977."
Here is the translation: “Furnished
rooms —A high and respectable family
house has to let two large apartments;
one of them possesses a magnificent
view. Meals of the first order."
Her Time Taken Up Now.
Brother, a year younger than Ethel,
had fallen down and she had helped
him up and brushed his clothes in a
motherly fashion when along came
aunty and radiantly announced, “How
would you like a new baby sister?"
Ethel glared at her indignantly and
then hotly flashed, “Say, aunty, don’t
you think I have enough on my hands
now with brother without taking care
of any extras?"
If you don't like what the future
has In store for you, patronize some
other store.
A man's will sometimes weakens
because of his broad-minded view that
so often nothing matters.
A man who has no sense of humor
is naturally short of sense.
Grape-Nuts— The Body Eoilder
** There’s a Reason ”
Made by Postum Cereal Company, Inc., Battle Creek. Mich.
King George Democratic.
“When he is out of t ■ . :?ej
King George often s. .
ance for comfort—in while I
conversation with 1.. ■: . • 1 4aj
1 noticed that one of • sh xs b
wore was adorned wit!; 1 ; Th
is one of many intimate dotes
his long connection the toy
family told by Ernest B: -0. BE
the accredited royal lie
in the Strand magazine. -a Mary
favorite portrait of Brim* < Mary!
veals something of the tasU
In regard to feminine f: - •>. Whs
Mr. Brooks showed the the fit
nrlnt. his majesty rnl>-.1 ;.n object)
to the width of the pa:. rs-on eitb
side of the princess’ fn. > and 1
dered him to have them taken cut
the negative.
The Bride’s Joke.
“Mercy!” said the bri . ; bld imp
tlently to the bride, “tire , u going
stand there before that 1. irror 1
day? Come on, they're waiting 1
The bride did not move from !
glass, hut continued prizing at i
counterfeit presentment, “Let tfr
watt,” she said calmly. “It is well
indulge in some reflection before 1
gets married, you know."—Bost
Letting Him In.
“Well, well, young ge: ' , raen!"J
claimed the affable oh! i<~ n. 1
give a great deal to be nble to
In your sport.” 1
“Stick around, grand' p.” said ■
sturdy youngster. “If : 1
bail through somebody’s ■-■■■ ’I
let you go for it." —!’■ II
What would a w<>: s
Beautiful or Inteliec. . ?
Both. I
Men who make good p * X
time have none to si J
Grape-Nuts is a scientific fool
whose delicious, appetizing flavor
and crispness are an introduction: ’
well-balanced nourishment
nourishment easily and quickly as
similated, so that body, brain a: -
nerves are well fed and kept fr
of the stored up poisons left by so
many ill-selected foods.
Served with cream or good m
Grape-Nuts is a complete food,
ways ready, always a delight to
taste —and always a safe selec*
for the man who thinks his storr.
is entitled to some of the same j- ■ ■
tection he gives to his pocket.

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