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ISH RIF1Y NEW
SH PEACE TRELT
RS GREET CONFIRMATION
AS CNAMBERLAIN ASSAILS
p3RDS* gVE UP FIGHT
SkUEbShed RepHlin Carmes
- DeeSds t*e Gvgterw5t in
* maveul bepeesh abiO
a -m *P** ss.
.yodu,-k35dtratl5 at the bid
trty was given by both ouse
SDetob sh Parlianent by ove
wb~Si majrite. The dsiden
lacrty hi the Horas Ot oads Wa
Q and that In zhe oas ar Coemno'
le Beper hbws th vol was 101
f; the la chambr it ru 401
?mlI.3Dt waould bare been mnidl
Sprorgued but for the fact the
ý pelameit desdred to keep It I
ahg Mtn the derier by the Dal
mmuu s be 3 The prepertiloD
-Y asabeIat liseirs to keel
B e ittlag for an ehaustlve
peNse aelsess as the votes iG
* e eswere tabn early.
a spee aimds he HeIse a
- - hby Ady* Belner Law. th
lader, in web he declare
in aver at Be agreement
had abha the lif eaout aof tb
eppesidos, sad the result b
f 1 a~seber was a foregone cor
- Th esy doubt that appeare
mealmb at e oumsaencement of tb
mal was a to wbhat would be th
dare epdag malcritny.
SgdtL eim had been trad
t-eamer asDant any reds
ast and it s attItas, then
had pmsehd elements at anu
sEben s he beliea had predo.
Bet Lb ae theeet the approve
l te Slag. the cabim
'· at sand the emplr
eild hardly reject t
A-s CliW .a the governmei
1 art r d Oet oas, In h
a ~C the etion of tl
to eaeldasg the are
}Rs b!hmd ad as own attitu
with U 's alerildasm tb
W Wa had -al her eeample
ader Be act at 1Mi the Ia
rsemest to ae treaty a
ler l a s amed Ireinsd, b
her Be petvles at contra
Sat it. Chamberlain said:
generaneat would ner ha
seenogaltios by Southern I
* te right had been given Nea
oehad to remain out aO the tr
tu a gret eumpire" Chabe
a as meu sea "and eqn fs
as oenreeas a we are strm
teas power ta targiw an e
M ilve, sad we, who ha
and nght, should be the ftL
Be agerial attribute."
to a qustion, Chauderti
Be O meaos that It the ir
w-s apprewd by bth id
e sm meaesty et a Iot
would be es..lder.d.
MAGAST CEMSO3 II
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n ft. Weims, Pueidin
-u~hr -gelase Bepa
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greiadat at the Ame rian lie
PulbalerW Amselatiofl, cal
l amembers at the erganisati
AB as publishes geealty, is
agets to senae Uen 351
e a th e thae Ia aw
Intuebremen with pe
has eer buegn bsee aerse
ia this catry."
bit," sali w~famns In a sel
"jrensbes paoabmtl to as
at asl news ialyt a band
obe iir mImi at ra
dod oshe pews, seh as rep<
trC he r w ' e hae C a
Warat, for its dsbat
go as uee asws araid
Inthurmtiom a bas ness
£a sureag mitisual urn
epom Be Semuta Jadcle
that Mu s de~t witl ha
a-t that I wen'
r ubflstlmr of bm
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Leoisiasa Racug Body I
Advocated by Lawmakers Cent
New Orleans, La.-Representative his
Fred C. Claiborne of New Roads, one foot
of the oldest members of the state leg- over
islature, announced this week that at than
the opening of the legislature next the
May he would introduce a bill to create and
a state racing commission composed hnue
of three persons, and,to place racing The
on a local option basis; that is, let the I a
people of a parish vote whether they for
want it or not; if they do, the sport to will
be regulated and controlled by the the
Saturday's supreme court decision
which will allow the bringing into NE
court the officers of the Busingas with
Men's Racing Association and the ar- va
resting of "Organizers,' thereby throw- Yal
ing the racing fraternity into a fever 000e
of excitement, on the eve of the open- her
ing of the great winter meeting at capt
the fair grounds, inspired this an- seim
nouncement from Mr. Claiborne, who I heg
says these annual disturbances are un- ege
fair to all concerned.
Survey of Evangeline Parish. tha
Ville Platte, La.-Because it appear` the
ed Evangeline parish is getting small- leer
er en area, according to the amount of the,
taxable property, the police jury in
regular session has adopted ordinances
empowering Gullory, Tate & Littell to
make a complete survey of the par* A
ish, taxable property to an exact area saw
i per unit to be reported and a map on
thereof submitted. They are to be Thu
paid from the amount,of land and tim- as
her that have thus far escaped taxa- Laf
I tion, retroactive to and including the on
past three years. Ite
Gas Field Extended 38 Miles. plt
Monroe, La.-Extension of the prov- the
en area of the Monroe gas field by and
approximately 38 square miles is an w
nounced by the Louisiana department thul
of conservation. This field was re- BV
cently pronounced by the United re
States bureau of mines to be the lar- Ho
eat natural gas district In the world, Ca
1. The extension increases the sise of the
d Monroe gas belt from 212 square miles,
Swhen the last survey was made by eo
Sgineers of the bureau of mines, to 250
e square miles. for
it To Presesut Violators. f
* New Orleans, La.-District Attorney ns
* Robert H. Marr says that violators of for
' the law at the fair grounds race track J.
r will be prosecuted by him on any day La
that the Locke law is rioled. "If the bai
t racing association or anybody else v., Itn
lates the law I will prosecute them, no
matter on what day of the year it hap
pens," said Judge Marr, when asked if
he was going to take action to break
up wagering. w
SPaving of Hemer Streets Ordered. dig
h- Homer, La.-The city council of Ho
m mer has adopted an ordinance order- m
ing the public square paved. The po
Sliee jury of Claibrne perish, at a spe
rd clal meeting of that body, agreed to
g. pay its share of the pavting cost and
- also to pave an additional portion of
re the public square next to the court
It house, and adjoining the four streets
included In the paving project.
Woman Eeated to List Voters. C
'A&lexaasdria La--Mrs. Victor David of
sh was elected registrar of voters of the a
prMsh of Depdes by ths polce jury at s
its regular seession Wednesday. Mrs. w
David won a contest with seven cean- w
didates who were: John A. Texada, na
T. F,.Hunter, Mrs. A. . Hardy, Doug
n las Brasher, ReBs Droust and Henry
evernment wys Site. a
Morgan City, La.-The United tstes
n government has purchased the site at a
d the eorner of Everett and Flrst streets
Sfrom A. and M. Coguehem of New
Orias It is understood the plans of
the goveummet clulde the erection
at a bulldlng on this property within
the near future. It was not stated for
what purpoe the buldnl g winl be usedl.
Offmese in Crewley Leeed. a
SCrowley, La.-Under covr of a o
storm, cracksmen en tered five oices
at (rowley, looted the coatents four
n ates, disaturbed two others mad rob
_ be a ash register. The ney stolen
Sis reported trifling btevalble pa
per and uecrities were takd J
ma Overrules K Ieurm Moalem.
ts New Orans. tLa.-- re the seth a
a 0rt et Civil Appeals Tmsdy the
in ftlowing motous for rehkuris We*
a everrued: Texas Hardwed Company
be s Dritos Mese, usm Japper, sad the
trly Mstr Teas Uleetric CompaY v*.
SHeury Ksppa from Jeffium
"- Colw-i. ia.-Roy sad RaY Ba
Inter, who lives in th ainrbe o Col
by umM, were playlg with an old r .ifle,
'd. puttig a bullet h the barrel and
the str~isg t with a hammPr, when one
en o the chares exploded and the bal
a ton rr sh are htsr's hody.
Pemmer T esseFr leted.
s breveprt, ILa-C. . Rtvre hsas ra
s signed uas 0la, parish treasurer aad
charles 3."mo nes frmerly hearis
McMillin Will Cosach Centenary. Pio
Shreveport, La.-"Bo" McMillin of
Centre College closed with the author
ities of the Centenary College Tuesday
his contract to coach this college''
football team for a period to extend
over a period f three years. Moro
than 30 colleges had been angling for
the man who discards his headgear
and shoes during games and who
kneels in prayer before every contest.
The nextbest offer to Centenary's was
a $35,000 one from Dallas University
for a period of five years. McMillin
will build his home in Shreveport and
the lot will be donated by the college.
Ship Taken With Liquor Aboard.
New Orleans, La.-A ship, charged
with having aboard imported liquor
valued at between $I00,000 and $250,
000, it is estimated, was captured, with
her skipper, and crew, Tuesday. The
capture of the vessel was one of a
series of startling developments that
has stirred New Orleans since the al- -
leged liquor smuggling investigation
began a week ago. Almost coinciden:
ally with the seizure of the ship here
came the report from Pensacola. Fla.,
that a federal grand jury probe into
the activities of an alleged New Or
leans "whisky fleet" has been ordered
American Legion Car Winner. chief
Abbeville, La.-Hundreds of persons tape
saw the women's auto driving contest cemb
on the thoroughfares of Abbeville.!
Throngs from all sections of Vermilion
as well as Crowley, Lake Charles and j
Lafayette and other nearby cities were ,
on hand. First prize was awarded to
the American Legion, the car being
driven by Mrs. John Ewell. Second
place was accorded Vermilion Cotton,
the car appropriately encased ir. otton'
F and blossoms of the plant. This car
. was driven by Mrs. IL A. Dalton. The
t third car was driven b/ Mrs. E. J. Le
Blanc, having Santa Claus driving a
reindeer with green and red ribbons.
Honorable hent:on is given this third
Governer Names Board Members.
Baton Rouse, La.-Two new mem
bers of the three additional provided
for in the recent act of the Legislature
for the board of administrators for the
Louisisna State University have been
y named by Governor Parker. They are
i former United States Senator Edward
k J. Gay of Iberville perish and Jack W
y Laylock, a member of the Baton Rouge mys
s bar. The recent act of the Legislature
P. Increases the number from 12 to 15. thre
o _ _ _four
if 011 Well Good Producer. En
k Shreveport, La.-Jimmie Flynn, who is r
with three other Nbw Orleans men to
own 5000 acres of land in the Odessae
district of the Caddo oil fields, has an- wo
D. nounced that the initial well, Spear I
r- man No. 1. is a good producer at 1594 A
o. feet, in a sand underlying brown stone
,caprock. This strike has attracted t
cesiderable attention. The oil is be
d liaved to be from a new sand In that
s Non.Catton Zones Removed.
Lake Charles, La.-The Lake
Charles office of the Pink Boill Worm P"O
Commission of Louisana has received
id official notice that the non-cotton quar- _t
h antine nones of Calcasule and Jeffer
at sen Davis parishes have been removed
'. which will allow the cotton farmers
a- within those senem to plant cotton
Ia, next year.
Peolleman Kills Negre.
Meonroe, La-- Bruasbaum, a Cban
aegro, known uas "Red" and "Yellow
s Jacket," was shot fatally by Polica
a mas J. M. McCabe at Moaroe Wedne s
1ts dy whlel the negro wuas advancing e a
SI him with a lasge batcher aife. a
11a 0 Pakrrils of Shrrimp t
or Pointe a i Hache, sThe shr ap t
5d. eun eloed this week after une of b
the best seasos for shrimp catching
ever experienced. The Dunbar factory
a on Myrtle Grove canal alone casned
Nomination of Pall ConfifmeLn a
pa- WShreveport., La--The nmation Of
Judge T. 7. Bell a sccued John R.
Land as district Judge in Caddo par
ish was conrmed Tuesday in the elee
ts tion heM throughout this perih. A
ute ight vote wus cast.
s Hall Left Eatate of $367.
New Orleans, La-PFormer Governor
Lather E Hall let an estate valued at
*$3.7.05, according to Inventory filed
Wednusday tn Civil District Court. *
Asplame Service is Ueed.
SPolate a I Hache, La-Hunters ad a
Da plots for the ehipa are using a new A
u- arpbne service from New Orleans to
i. Pot Town .
City to Have Dry Law.
S ureveport La-An drenane pat- 2
ad terse after the state eamrement la-v
l to gie the city qenal uthority with
r the Iate a in prohbiMt eases was
aptmg ea flrst reading by the Cem
- lm C masm
Mm.a I-t sgeet
Pioneer Engine Opened a New Station
St. Paul, rolled back the cuartain 60 years as the Northwest's pi
neer little old Inoomotive pulled the first tran into the new $15,000.000 tnlic
station there. The engine is the Willliam Coks," named after Jim Hill'!
chief englneer. Flowers were throew upon I as its pilot broke the floral
tape held acroa the tracks by the three oldest Great Northern yardmen, whoa
Cemblied service aggregated 111 yearL
.-POWER PICIFIC L
TREATY FAVORS JAPS
MAY BIND UNITED STATES TO
RIGHTS OF JAPAN.
NO RECIPROCAL PROMISE MADE an
Exammination of Pact Reveals That pFa
Amwkerio Francs and England rev
Would Have to Fight to fro
Defend Nippon. C
Washngton.--Out of the cloud of in
mystery and secrecy with which those
directing the Washington conference
threw about the negotiating of the
four-power treaty comes the light of
the truth that the United States, with
England and France. has, if the treaty
is ratified by the Senate. undertaken
to guarantee the territorial Integrity of
Japan. The ratification of the treaty
would amount to the United States A
giving tp Japan what we refused to C
a Article 1 of the treaty begins:
"The high contracting parties -agree
as between themselves to respect their
rights in relation to their insular pos
sessious and Insular dominions in the R
region of the Pacific Ocean."
It can now be stated that the term
"9isular possessions and Insular domin
loas" applies to the islands of Japan
proper, as well as to her separate is
d land possessions That was under- p
stood among the diplomats during the
r- secret negotiations and the point of
view is fully accept!d by the American
negotiators. Secretary of State Hughes
Senator Lodge, Elihuba oot and Senator
Article 2 of the four-power treaty
provides that in case of aggression by
an outside power to contracting powers
shall Intervene to meet the gencies b
Sat the situatito.
w In as much as therihts" o any
Snation with regard to any given terrl
- tory certanlay inlude sovereignty over
a that ttetry, and in as mch as the
treaty is latended to inclade the tenrr
tory of Japan prper, the treaty o
vi ~a centistes a promise to Japan
that If any atteck is directed against '
1 the idands which make up the mbir,
a te o0aer three powers will make it
the brusness to protect Japan.
The trety carries ano such promse I
ad by Japan wth regard to the main terrh
tiny a the other signatories. Japan Is
Premised aid against attacks on her
rom the north, math, east or west
Japan does not premlse to come to
America's aid in the event of an attack
Sas frem the aerth, south. east or
wa. The treaty carried no such
promise by Japan with respect t6 Elg
A land or with respect to France.
A A reallsation of this rel meanin
the four-power traty shows that
Japan has received a sood price for
givtng up her claim to the maintenance
at the Adlo-Japane alliance.
at Pespig Prfeseer Asked is Rasip.
ed (leago.-The ' resgnation of the
man--aid to be a profesorwho was
caught peering into the bathroom of
Cniversity of Chicago eoed dormitory.
has been asked for. Harry Pratt Jue
ad soa, president of the university, id
ow An attempt to shield the man had been
to made after he wa caught peeping inte
the dormitory by a watchman.
Nsw Swes President esstsd.
aerne.-ebtert Haub has esen
eleeted President eof witzeland for
at- 1l by the SIdral AIaembly. CoL
ar ar Scher was ekected Vice-Prd
ith dest. N. B , now Minister of Pets
rasn ad Ul-lwas, meseeda Edmund
MU. l is Vit U. L
Sme T w b-- -Mlm er.
KALISAS GUADCALLED OUT L
ISOLDIERS MOBILIZED IN MINERS'
Machine Gunners and Four Troops of
Calvary Among Units Ordered
to the Strike Center.
Topeka, Kan.-Tbe Kansas National
Guard was ordered into the Pittsburgl
coal field. The time of their departure
and their expected arrival, as well as
E the point from which they come, were
not officially announced. It is known,
however, that the machine gun com-rn
i pany from the 137th Infantry. Law
rence; four troops of the 114th cavalry, r
from Yates Center, Coffeyville, Clay
Center and Iola: a sanitary detafh
ment from Hutchinson. headquarters
detachment from Salina, and a supply
detachment from Topeka. are included
in the list. Martial law will not be
, declared, officials said.
Additional orders tr the mobiliza
tion of troops have been Lsseed. Three
h companies of the 137th Infantry and a
detachment of Company H, a machine
gun company at Lawrence, were or
Sdered to mobilse, but no orders for
entrainment were Iespd. Three n
ty fantry companies affected are A at
Atchison. B at Emporia and C at
ee RAIL LABOR BOARD SLASHES
ir OVERTIME FOR TRACKMEN
Regulations Provide for Eight-Hour
m Basis Bt for Extra Pay Only
After Ten Hours.
s- Chicago, Ill. - Slasting extra-pay
provisions for the first nwo hours of
he overtime after the regular eight-day's
work from rules governing railway
malntenance of way employes, the
s. United States Railroad Labor Board
has set up a schedule of ten hours a
.lay at the regular hourly wage for
common laborers, in new rules an
by bouanced to replace the natioal agree
b meat made under government cotrol.
The rules became efective on Decem
The principle that "eight conseea
fiv te hours shall constitute a day
work" Is retained, however, and time
eand one-hal is greated after ten hourV
ob- The new phovisioos make possible a
ten-bhou day without penalizing the
railroads, whieh were compelled, under
the federal agreement, to pay time and
itone-half ater eight bors.
Straight time will be allowed es
Sploaes travellag in other than outfit
r ears for work hours aonly, receiving half
time tfoe thr ther hours, nstead of tull
er time, a unader the national agreement.
t. Men who work through meal-time will
hereafter be paid straight time instead
act of time and one-hall, being allowed
or a mlantes extra with pay to eat their
Sluanch at the first opportunity.
Henry Riteleteri Is Dead.
ro Pasadena, CaL-Beary Rittmelstet,
that 41 year d widely know n Europe
for sad America as a muedan and comdu
ac tor, died here after a brief llnes.
1ittMaester, who was born in Ger
many, studied there and made his rst
p- profeseonal appearance when only 14
* years id..
of Balle Rae to at Geneva
tory. Berne.-The Swiss Aero Clab has
lad- defiitely decided that Geneva shall
mid. be the starting place for the 192 bel
been loon race for Gerdon-Bennett trophy.
ate The event will take place probably
at the beginning October.
L Ecusar Hanged n Effigy.
been Verwllee, . l.--Grwlm g discos
for nt among stdatp aa •r ,:t of ag
CaL t ons by Predeat Robert Elagie d
redthie Unaversity d South Dakota was
PaOt sua to have been respeolbe for te
mand haning of as efigy Of *he teresity
presieent to a bagpote.
Baptst Mimisenary Die so India.
th, aEmoa, Ia .--t Rev. D. ASmth.
S- - reigns M
age asrk s ep to amem
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Hoes, Rakes, and Plows
Tallalah Hardware & Furniture Company
Select What You Want!
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somewhere else to buy your goods. Out
stock is full all the time, and we are al
ways glad to show it to you. You can
get just as good material and prices here
as from any mail order house.
MAX LEVY & COMPANY
TIE TALLILAH STATE BANK
- HAS -
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
Per ely $P00 per annum. Every person who has .
wbl papers shbould obtain one of these bozes.
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