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Grocerise, - Meats, Fruits, Vegetables —-OUR MOTTO: ■»— Best Quality Reasoeable Prices Prompt Service FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Phone 118 I DENOUNCES ACT DEPRIVING CHINA OF RICH PROVINCE WASHINGTON-—Senator Borah in a statement Saturday night saSd President Wilson's statement on tire signing of the peace treaty was the "most remarkable .statement ever made by a president" or any public man. Mr. Borah said: "In view of the great wrong which we helped perpetuate upon China, the president's statement about respect ing nationalities and justice to all peoples is the most remarkable state ment ever made by a president or any public man to the American people. The Shantung affair ia per haps the most complete moral break down In the history of treaty making. China w*b our ally. She went into the war upon our advice and upon the assurance of our government that she would be fully protected in her rights at the peace conference. "In the face of this assurance and in the face of her manifest rights, we consented to transfer what in effect is one of her richest provinces,, in habited by nearly 40,000,000 China men, to her pronounced enemy, Ja pan. Valuable rights, franchises, and Chinese territory were deliber ately transferred against the protest of the Chinese people. The peace i conference went so far as to refuse China a hearing, less and Japan was strong, and we consented that China should be rob bed In the house of her friends. We have wronged her as th^ United States would be wronged should the i old commonwealth of Massachusetts be delivered over to some foreign power. 'N'ow we have not only, like Saul of old, consented to the crime, but China was help- i I j we have agreed by the league of na j tions to underwrite It and to per ' petuate it. We hay« pledged our material wealth*, and if need be the American boys, to the end that Japan, a member of the league, shall .continue in her possessions thus •©- 1 qulred. I repeat that, in view of! these undisputed facts about Shan-! tung, which no man can unblushing- j ly defend, the president's statement' as to the basis of this settlement and as to the Justice which lies at the bottom of it all, is remarkable." -o Before taking certain steps con sult a dancing master. —o A small boy's id?a of a board of health is six meals a day. - -o- — Summer Complaint Quickly Relieved " AJ>out two years ago when suff-I ering from a severe attack of sum-! mer complaint, I took Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it releived me almost instantly," writes I Mrs. Henry Jewett. Clark Mills, N. Y. This is an excellent reinedv for salie and diarrhoea and should be I kept at bund by every family. I «m r. s. shocu) sot JUIN LKAGUK OK NATIONS I whoiupt* One of the, best arguments against the league of nations we havcj seen is in the current number of Har vey's Weekly, and it isn;t the ; Colonel either. G. Creighton Webb, some globe-trotter according his own 'specifications, writes Harvey's I Weekly the impression the league lot nations makes upon men know the European situatioii inti mately. Th« communication is as follows: • Sir:—I spent five years <|>f my early life in Brazil, where my father was c. minister, and where I learnt various languages other tha own. For the last 30 years, lixcept ing the Interval from 1914 to date, I spent, pn an average, five of the year in travel, the acquaintance and friendships made in my diplomatic career and am, therefore, perhaps in a position to state that I know the foreigner and am able to put myself inside his skin. my onths 1 have Wept up America is the Ishmaelite of the nations. We are hated and despised by everybody. There is but <ine im pression of America in Eurojie, and this impression exists in every class of the community, all alike—high and low, ric poor, ignorant and educated. Amer ica is looked upon as a couiitry vast wealth, filled with a vast bar of idiots only too . Now, putting aside all questions of our loss of sovereignty, of Europe It is shared by i and of num anxious spend that money upon other people. This belief hag been enormously Strengthened by the fashion which we have conducted this to la war, tl! t lavish use of money, t|ie vast sums loaned to different nations, the enormous amounts given in tharily, the reckless squandering oi| hund tods of millions of dollars in fa tuous experimenting, notably hideous waste in connection with the shipping board and with everything with which Mr. Baker had alnything to do, more ^specially the aviation fiasco. Europe does not admire our achievement. On the contrary, she hates us with a good, solid hatred, founded upon Jealousy, fear sind tempt. us for our intervention. the con Europe is not graieful to She knows parfeotly well that we were kicked into the war, that we went Into it through no generous impulse, but s raply because we had to Ro in to J 8 - 1 *® our own skins, and nbw that I the war Is over, they hate u» doubly b icduse they are so largely our debt ors. ■ » PR EPAR E I '. . /■ \ For the 4fh of July When our Fourth of July rolls around, and we loudly and boisterously acclaim ottr love for country find her ideals, how many of, us have a thought for the Indepen dence day of the country that aided us to establish the thing which we honor by In dependence Day. How many of us allow our thoughts to turn to our allie France the nation whose sympathies in 1776 and in 1917 were so closely co-ordinated with ours. < In the eighteenth century also it was that France felt the national life of a free people pulling lief rapidly from sodden submission beneath a tyrants yoke. It was on the Fourteenth day of a fateful July that the Bastele was stormed, and the note qf democracy for a tortured citizenry was sounded and caused to reverberate through out the nation. That day, lives were lost, principles were expounded, ideals were vindicated, and freedom was bom to another people. On the Fourteenth day of July when France will celebrate "her 4th," let us think of her and her fight for liberty. AGAIN WE SAY, PREPARE FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY. READ CARE FULLY THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW. "COME AND PICK THE THINGS YOU NEED. Extra Smart Silk Hoiserv for Sum mer, cordovan afid white....49c to $1.98 Misses Hose in cordovan, white and black silk lisle at New Summer Hats, Shoes, Shirts and Neckwear for Men Shirts—Soft cuff negligee shirts, Crepe de Chines, heavy tub Silks and wovén Madras, all striped effects at .... 49c A good Corset is the foundation of a good fitting difess, and we have oue of the most satisfactory makes, THE KABO new rich satin .$1.23 to $8.98 Footwear—Sure quality in every pair and styles just right, shades in black, cordovans and trines and prices just right.$2.98 to $7.98 Men's and Bov's Underwear—The Wright Brand also the cool B. V D priced *at....... 98c to $1.98 Straw Hats—Panama's antf Sailors. Complete styles and sizes 98c to $4.98 $1.49 to $5.98 at reasonable prices. Charming wash Blouses and Georg ette Waists, just the thing for the hot weather at.L.$1.49 to $5.98 SUMMER foot wear Pumps, Oxfords hntl Boots, we have them all at most reasonable prices. MERCANTILE COMPANY nictating to us as to the size of our army and navy, the output of our munition factories, the questions of « migration, the sending of our young men to do police duty in alien lands it alien behest, the mandatory silli . 1088 , and dozens of other objection able features, there is just one rea son which, it appears to me, should once and for all prevent our joining the league: and,that is the dead cer .uinty that once in it, we could not I withdraw from it without bringing whoiupt* ourselves the enmity of the entire world. Once in, we should be assessed out of all proportion to our population, and in proportion to our supposed ability to pay in lime energy, man and has twice, through the minister or tlie budget, gravely proposed to pool the entire cost of the war and divide it among share was to be 36 per cent, France and England's 5 per cent each. Does this appear to have any significance? >Vhy, whenever you go to Europe -and there are no exceptions to this rule—the cry is "Let the Yankee pay." If there is a meal or spree or anything else, "is there an American present, let him pay." money. Franco he nations. America's . Let us assume that we have joined the league and have been a member thereof for two or three years; that we have placed at the service of the rest of the world our vast resources (and here mark the touching unani mity with which every nation in the world.is clamoring to have us Join). .Something arises which renders it Imperative for our safety or our dig nity that we should leave the league. Can you imagine for one moment that we would be permitted to do so without a fight? Do you suppose that they would permit us to with draw the inestimable gift of our as sets from the general pool? What chance would we have in a world war, with England on our north, Japan on our west, Mexico occupied by foreign forces on our south, and all Europe on our east, and, in the meanwhile, our army and navy re duced to a size that may suit the convenience of Europe? Let us remember that one serious ]ilan was afoot not so long ago to divide us up. Said Lord John Rus sell to the House of Lords in 1861, after the battle of Bull Run: "Not into two republics, my lords, must he late United States of America be divided, but into, at least, five, n. order that, with, their conflicting nterests and jealousies, England indy be able to control their finan cial destiny." The proponents of the league have a lot to say about the' justice of the scheme, but. up to date, no body has specified Just what bene fits are to accrue to us for the loss of our national sovereignty and in dependence of action. The oppon nts of the league can show a hun !red reasons why we should not Jo^* t. Its friends talk such slush ^ lumanlty. altruism or duty to (Sur neighbor, etc., but they tail to name any positive and tangible benefit that is to come to us in return for the terrible expense we Shall be put They Jfail to mention the "something'—to quote the presi dent—that we will get-in return "for giving up something." New York City. G. CREIGHTON WEBB. to. •< The Examiner $2.00 per-? ear. DR. R. B. ROSKELLEY Successor to Dr. George T. Smith. Better Dentistry* The PainlesS Way Pyorrhea Treated Successfully. Mod er Equipment and Modern Methods. OFFICE IN RITER BLOCK. :• Hours 9-U, 1-5 Phone 108-W Just • • ' • RECEIVED A LARGE 8HIPMENT OF ART ^ AND PIANO LAMPS—THE LA TEST CREATIONS, AT PRICES TO FIT EVERY PURSE. CALL AND.SEE THEM. ALSO REMEMBER THÂT WE HAVE WALL PAPER, PICTURES AND DO PICTURE FRAMING. THE F. M. WILLIAMS COMPANY Funeral Furnisher*. Auto Service Without Extra Charge.