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PEN USED BY HUGHES TO SIGN TREATIES TO BE SAVED WASHINGTON. •!». C.. Feb. 6.—(By the Associated Press.) —The "flxigstafT' penholder used by Secretary Hughes today in signing the five treaties will be preserved to posterity ln*the custody of the Daughters of the American Rev olution probably in Memorial Conti nental hall, where the treaties were signed. The penholder made of native woods from 28 states and territories was deco rated with miniature flags of 2S na tions including the nine represented at the conference and several of the al lied powers in the world war. The SUMMARY OF WORK OF ARMS CONFERENCE WASHINGTON. Feb. 6—(By The Associated Press)—Six completed treaties, two others# agreed to in sub stance, fourteen resolutions and ten separate or joint declarations of na tional policy, comprise the formal and tangible contribution of the arms con ference negotiations to history. By tiie major agreements of the con ference, the great powers put a limit on their naval strength in capital ships, adjure submarine warfare against commerce and use of poison gas, give China a new bill of rights ; based on territorial integrity, and the open door, and set up a new Interna tional concord to preserve peace in the Pacific. In addition Great Britain de clares her intention to restore Wei Hal 1-lei to China nad J a pan hands back Shantung and promises to with draw from Siberia, as soon as condi tions there are stabilized. These are the six treaties which, during the twelve weeks of negotiations here, have been brought to final com pletion : 1. Naval limitation treaty, by which the United States. Grc-at Britain, Jap an. France and Italy agree to scrap or convert 6y capital ships and so limit future «‘instruction that after a ten year building holiday, their first line naval strength will remain at 525.00® tons, 525,000 tons, 315.000 tons, 173.000 tons and 175.000 tons, respectively. The respective, tonnage of airplane carriers I* limited to* 130.000 tons each for the I'nited States and Great Britain, 81,009 tons for Japan and 6°,000 tons each for Franco and Italy: Individual capital sl ip* are to be no larger than 35.00? tons and carry no guns In excess of 16 inches. Aircraft carriers aro limited simil arly to 27.000 tons and auxiliary craft to 10.000 ton* and neither can carry a gun larger than 8 inches. A fortificxi tii.rw "status quo” is set up in th® Pa cific, under which tho I'nited States agrees not to further fortify tho Phil ippines and Guam, and Japan agrees to observe the same restriction* in Formosa, the Bonin and the Pesca dores. 2. Th# submarine and poison gas treaty, to which the same five powers are signatories. By its terms the powers agree as among themselves, not to use submarines as "commerce destroyers.” in all cases to observe the rules of visit and search and to regard as ;t pirate any submarine which vio lates existing laws. As among them selves. they outlaw uso of poison gas altogether. 3 The four power racific treaty by which the United States, Great Britain and Franco and Japan, agree to re spect on# another's rights In relation to their Inrular possessions in the Pa cific and to meet In consultation when ever those rights arc threatened. The A agio-Japanese alliance is automat- DID PAIN DISTURB YOUR SLEEP? THI pain and tartar# of rheu matism can be qakkty nBmJ by an apptiotyoa of Sloan’s Liniment. It brings warmth, ease and comfort and lets yam sleep soundly. Always have a bottle handy and apply when you feel the first twinge. Jt penetrate* without rubbing. 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Its truly astonishing bow quickly ft acta, penetrating through every sir passage of the throat, aud lung*—loos ens and raises tho phlegm, soothaa and heals (he membranes, and pradnslly hut. surelv tho annoying throat tickle and dreader! rough disappearentirely. Nothing better for bronchitis, spaamodie croup, hoarseness or bronchial asthma. Finer is a speeial and highly concen trated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, known the world over for Its bealliwr sfTeet on the membrane*. Avoid disappointment hr taking your druggist for ounce* of with full direction* and don’t accep,-. anything rise. Guaranteed to glee absolute satis faction or money promptly refunded. The fincx Co . Ft. Wayne, Ind. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1922. woods were collected and fashioned into a penholder about 14 inches lons by David Fairbanks of Chicago. 111. Two of the small pieces of wood used In its manufacture are of especially historic interest. The section of cot tonwood from Michigan, was taken from :i tree* standing on the grounds, where the old Indian chief, Pontiac fought his last battle with the British in 1763 and tho piece of red cedar from South Carolina came from a tree plant ed by the statesman, John 'Calhoun, and was presented to tho maker by tho faculty of Cleinenson college, S. C. Ically abrogated when the new treaty finally Is ratified. • 4. The general Far Eastern treaty, between tho United States*, Great Brit ain. Japan. France. Italy, China, Bel gium, Portugal and tho Netherlands binding each of them to respect China's integrity, the open door policy is to be applied in detail and every oppor tunity is to be given tho Chinese peo ple to develop a stable governnjent. Tt Is agreed that no treaty infringing these principles j* to bo conclude*: , that no contracts violating them are t-i be upheld, that discriminatory prac tices in the Chinese railways Is to end. and that China'#: rights as xi neutral arc to be respected in future wars. 5. The Chinese tariff, adhered to by the same nine nations, providing international machinery for an Imme diate revision of Chinese custom duties on a basis of five per cent. Effective and periodical devisions thereafter together with changes which will per mit imposition of surtaxes. 6. Th# Shantung treaty, between Japan and China, l>y which Shantung is restored to Chinese control. By one of the uncompleted treaties agreed to In substance during the con ference, Japan gives tho United States the long sought cable and wireless privileges on the island of Tap, and by the other the five principal power* and The Netherlands allocated tho former German pwned cables in the Pacific so that one goes to the United States, one to Japan and one to The Netherlands. Briefly, the fourteen resolutions given conference appn*val, embody the following provisions: Agreement for withdrawal of for eign postoffices from China on Janu ary 1, 1923, provided China maintain# an efficient postal #crvice and con tinues in office tlie present foreign co director general; Establishment of an International commission to investigate the Judicial system with a view to abolition of extra territorial rights; Authorization for a consultation be tween foreign diplomats and Chinese officials at rcking with a View to with a view to withdrawal of foreign troop* from China; Relinquishment to China of un authorized foreign radio station# on Chinese soil with the stipulation that n(J plants are to be used f®r official messages only, except In emergency; Agreement to exchange full infor mation among the nations regarding hll International commitment* that affect China: Creation of a hoard of reference to consider ease# arising under the open door and railway provision* of the general Far Eastern treaty; Convening of a special commission j of tho five power* to. In the near fu- j tore, consider rules to govern the use ' of new ngeneie* of warfare; By xi second resolution on the same , subject. It is declared that the com mission shall not "review or report upon” tho submarine ami poison gas rules laid down In the treaty on that subject; Recommendation that **better pro tection” be given the Chinese Eaatcrn Railway. Another resolution attached, but not subscribed to by China, declares the Chinese government must be held responsible for Its obligation regard ing the road. Expression of hope that the Chinese railways may he develop- i e«| toward a unified system under Chinese control; Request on tho part of the other powers that China reduce her mili tary forces; Supplementary agreement to the naval limitation treaty, declaring the nations "In honor bound" not to dis pose of ships which are listed for scrapping before the treaty is ratified; Supplementary agreement to the | four power pacific treaty oxcludlng the Islands of Japan home land from the treaty provisions. Of the "declarations” made lA the | various delegations and formally i spread on the records of the confer ence. chief Interest attaches to those, I relating to Siberia and the "twenty - ' on«* demands.” Regarding Siberia. Japan disavowed any territorial de signs on Russia and pledged herself i to withdraw her troops from Siberia as soon ns stable condition* warrant, i While the United States reasserted It* hope that the withdrawal would not j 1>« long delayed, the famous "grofjp 1 five” of the twenty-on** demand* wo* I abandoned by Japan, along with other concession* relating t<i economic and political conditions In Manchuria and Mongolia. China filed a protest against tho remaining portions of the "demand*” ami the United States re iterated its Intention not to recognlzo any of them which might abridge American rights. The British declaration of readiness to withdraw from the leased territory of Wei Hal Wo I was not elaborated hut will he taken up In diplomatic cx i change* between London and Peking. |As a supplement to Hie far eastern treaty. China declared her Intention not to alienate any additional portion* ■•f her territory and as a supplement f«> the tariff treaty, she ngrred to re tain the present maritime customs Hvstem. In two sunplment* to the radio resolution*. China declared eh** recognized no right t<> Install foreign radio plants without her express con sent and the power* other than China declared that In future wireless dis pute*. the open door policy must be applied. Why Announce j Your Marriage THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN DANDRUFF MAKES HAIR FADE AND FALL OUT Dandruff, that awful scurf, cause# a feverish itching of scalp, tho hair roots shrink, loosen, and then tho hair begins to lose its gloss and color and come out by the handful. A 35-cent bottle of "Danderine” will save your hair and bring back Its lustre and vigor. After u few applications your hair will bn in a healthy condition and appear twice as thick and abundant. Largest selling dandruff remover, hair vftallzer and beautifier says local druggist. RUBIES DISCOVERED IN FOUR COUNTIES ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.. Fel*. 6- Kables have been discovered in ani mals in four counties in the state and these counties have- ueen placed under quarantine, according to Dr. Earl T. Martin, chief of the predatory animal division of the Idologicai survey. Dr. Martin today brougnt to the public health laboratory here goat and dog heads for examination. The survey is fighting to prevent a spread of rabies thruout the state. The •quarantined district includes all of Sa*>tH Fo county, part of San Miguel, Torrance and Guadalupe. The rabies tirat appeared In goat herds which arc believed to have been infected by a bob cat. Trappers and poison squads of the survey arc work ing in all the infected arena. SUES GRAND OPERA COMPANY FOR DAMAGES NEW* YORK, Feb. 6.—A half million dollar libel suit against the Chicago Opera company was filed in the federal court by counsel today by Mm#. Johan na Gadski, wife of Captain Han# Taucher. a German subject. Madame Gadski charges the opera company af ter contracting with her to sing th# role of "Isolde” In two Chicago perfor mances of "Tristan and Isold®” at sl.- 500 each, publicly cancelled the con tract. on the ground that patron* of grand opera would refuse to hear h#r sing because «if the presence in Amer ica of her husband a former German army officer. Madame Gadski asserts cancellation of th# contract and the attendant publication of "false and malicious reports.” caused her tho loss of the stipulated S3,(KW) and "have de stroyed her earning power which here tofore has been very large” so that she is without employment and wTH b« unable to obtain employment in her profession. Madame Gadski described herself as a citizen of Germany snd a resident at New York with her daughter since lfH. Concerning her husband, ihe assert* he devoted tho period of his residence In Germany during the wsr to the al leviation of suffering among American prisoner* and that be has come here at the invitation of th# United States gov ernment to reveal processes of metal manufacture "invented in Germany.” Uric Acid Solvent 85 cent Bottle FREE (32 Dmm) Just hrcauM you start the day wor ried and tired, stiff legs and arm* and muscles, an aching head, burning and bearing down pains In the back— worn <*ut before the day begins--do not think you havo to stay in that condition. Get well! Be free from stiff Joints, sore muscle*. rheumatic pains, ach ing back, kidney or bladder troubles Start NOW. If you suffer from bladder weak ness with burning, scalding pains, or if you aro in and out of bed half a dozen time* at night, you will ap preciate the rest. comfort and strength this treatment give*. 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It will b® warmer generally tomorrow and in Utah and parts of Colorado tonight. DENVER. Feb. 6.—Tho "missing” snow storm which was due, according to the-weather man, to strike Denver early last week, arrived unexpectedly yesterday and spread a white blanket of more than two Inches over the city aud vicinity. Only a slight trace of snow fell in Pueblo and Cheyenne and a light fall was reported on the west ern slope. The snow was duo to a low pressure which started in Montana and moved south. The lowest temperature recorded In Denver In the last twenty-four hours was S degrees above zero, which was registered last night. At 6 o’clock this morning tho mercury stood at 18 above. Leadvllto reported 12. degrees below this morning, Durango 6 below and Grant* Junction 2 degrees below. Willlston, N. D.. was the coldest point !n the country. Tte thermometer registered 20 below there, according i to the weather bureau. Colder wsather was forecast for Den- j ver tonight but the temperature will • moderate slightly tomorrow, the weather bureau announced. OVERCOME BY SMOKE ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Feb. s—Twenty fire firemen, including Chief Panzer and three lieutenants were overcome by** smoko, a district chief suffered an In jury to one foot and two pipe men were burned in a fire at the Broderlc and Bascom rope company plant here this afternoon. 1 dtporif on ttteth which may othfwi— Evtry application gives these great tooth-protecting forces multiplied el- Gave It to Them— “ This trial tube—watch their teeth improve /.W vlfj\ .... with tartar, are tho chief cause of pyor- g* If you prefer, let your ehJdren msVe rhea. Thus most tooth troubles are flßg* this test. Let them brush their teeth a now traced to film, and, despite the few days in this modem way. Then tooth brush, they hay* constantly in- H/o' look and see what film removal means. creased. ’ t! This is away to whiter, cleaner. . ill safer teeth. Millions now employ It. Must remove It daily jMr QmtlT Leading dentists everywhere advise it. Dental science has long been -fW-r Let someone in your home this week a film combatant. Now two effect JMi*T f ghow the benefits it brings. ti V e methods havo been found. Au- 88/Tr iWhy teeth look dingy proyed them by many «■ y Your teeth are with a viscous A new-day tooth paste has been per- v- ' film. You can feel it with your tongue. fee ted, to comply with modern require- It clings to teethe get! between the ments. And these two film combatants Real protection now twJh. an ,tay *' * may H” embodied Th « “me of the Now you know what really d**. n rlinafw .noth nastes do not effec tooth paste is Pepsodent. teeth mean. Pepsodent fights film- Ordmaiy tooth “ Millions of people of some forty coats, starch and acids—all the great lively combat it So film-coats have races now employ it daily, largely by tooth enemies. Then it leaves the mouth been almost universal. dental advice. in normal alkaline condition. The glis- Pilm absorbs stains, making the teeth T . „ twung teeth you see everywhere now look dingy. Film is the bosU of tartar. Two other new effects Show something of the benefits it It holds food substance which ferments Pepsodent brings two other effects bnn * s ‘ , and forms acids. It bolds the acids in which authorities now deem essential. New beauty in a week contact with the teeth to cause decay. It multiplies the starch digestant in The Pepsodent effects are quickly Germs breed by millions in it. They, saliva. That is there to digest starch Mcn an d f c i t . This test will be a revel ation to you. Present the coupon for a 10-Day J Tube. Note how clean the teeth feel riP# *g after using. Mark the absence of the IJ J t viscous film. See how teeth whiten aa ___ the film-coats disappear. Note the re freshing taste it leaves. The New-Dent Dentifrice It will bring you prettier teeth, and * quickly. But, more than that, it will Now advised by leading dentists nearly all the world over. bring you safer teeth. Cut out the All druggists supply the large tubes. coupon so you won't forget. Present the coupon this week to ” r D n r j r io-day tube free 1 ifPWS* Blgrfy tfS I# I V IIOOQS \ios Present this coupon, with your name snd address filled J in, to sny store named. It is good for s 10-Day Tube of Pepsodent. Fourth and Main Streets. Your Nome < The Palace Drug Co. n tj 11 Out-of-town residents should mail this coupon to The rODC OIOCK Pepsodent Company, 1104 So. Wahash Ave., Chicago, and * the tube will be sent by mail. , Only dm tub# to ■ fstnilr. ClMcCtnin, Pueblo, Colo. LA JUNTA NEWS The funeral of W. Tt. Cartwright was held Saturday afternoon. Mr. Cart wright had been a resident of La Junta for more than twenty years, lie served four years as county commissioner, and was ono of the founders of the La Junta Trading company. Such a large attendance was at the services that altho they w'ero conducted by Rev. D. F. Bollea of the Episcopal church, they were held In tho larger Methodist church. The officers of the Junta Indus trial association, at a dinner given Fri day night, were authorized to pur chase a cite in West La Junta to be prepared as an automobile canip ground for tourists. The main speaker was R. Deßoer, a landscape engineer of I>enver, who miggested various methods of beautifying the city. His address waa accompanied by the pre sentation of etoreoptieon slides. GOV. SHOUP IS ON WAY TO WASHINGTON Special To The Chieftain; j COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. Feb. I 6.—The (special session of the state legislature that waa to lake up among other questions, flood protection for the Arkansas valley and the Moffat tunnel construction, will not be called until tho return of Gov. o. H. Shoup from Washington, I>. C. Ho will set no date for Its convening until he comes back from what is scheduled to a three weeks visit. Governor Shoup accompanied by his wife left hero Sun.lay for a direct trip to Washington. While there they will be guests of President and Mr«. Warren G. Harding at • White House reception. The governor was suffer ing from a bad cold when he left. LA VETA NEWS Lewis Nilson expocts to move to oithcr Alamosa or Durango soon, where ho will open a first class tailor shop. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Martin, a daughter, January 31, 192 L Born to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moore, a son, February 3, 1932. ■ Mrs. E. IE. Austin who has been In I Pueblo for uomo time receiving medi cal attention returned th# first of week. Mr. and Mrs. Blake and Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Soar* of Walsenburg spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Cole mau Miss LeNue who hm* t>«en th* nurse at tho local hospital returned home this week. Her place has been taken by .Mis* Hayes. Tho citizens in this section are well pleased with the withdrawal of the rangers and the calling off of martial law, for now they can go and come as they please. _ | W. O. YanEtton left Friday morn ing for Monte Vista to look after in terests of the Atlas Construction com pany. ' The Atlas Construction company held a meeting of the stockholders last Wednesday night. A. P. Atchison wus in town a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. K. IT. Edmisten and Albert Noel motored to Pueblo Satur day on business. They expect to be away two or three day*. Dr. S. J. La mine of Wulsenburg wa* j in town Sunday on business. Mr*. 11. R. Slckafoosc went to Pu- j eblo Tuesday and returned Saturday, j Wlilie there she was a guest of Mrs. • Ralph Elliott. The Walsenburg snd Iji Veta has- J ketball teams played a game at the La , Veta Athletic club Friday. The score was 2G to 15 in favor of Walsenburg. j Dr. Hickafoose was referee and J. B. j Ca rson score keeper. Owing to so many town meeting* and others during the last week, the local American Legion post had to hold SURE TO HELP SICK WOMEN Mn. Baker, So Mock Benefited by Lydia L Pnikham’i Vegetable Com plad | Anno— to Hdp Others Lebanon, Indiana. — *Twm complete ly run down from women's troubles and ■stomach trouble and I for a long time was I hardly able to do my ■work. I had somo Ifriends who had ■taken Lydia E. Pink- Iham’s Vegetable I Compound, and they I told me about it. I Iknow what it has Idone for me and 1 ■recommend it to ■others, as I am sure lit will be a great man If i« a tvnnH.tr. hdp to all sick women. It is a wonder ful medicine, and I give you permission to use my testimonial and my photo graph.”—Mrs. Emma Baker, 310 S. East St., Lebanon, Indiana. 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