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CURf ET EVENT11 arms Conference Er ls nd It First Results &-pewut in an Ordier b~y DUc.by. STOPS Wu R( ON BIG3 SHIP Pope Pius XI Is Crowned in St. PI ter's f3silc: --tSecretar)' weeks Shows FIll;u in Ford's Muscle Shoi Is O M'or -- Dcvisi n flcu ' for S.oldiors' B3onus By EDWARD W. PICKARD Aiiilis lCiI Ii~ I I ~ : il. 11: 1i ' 1 . 011 i 1 us. 'luff l 'i 111 u .* Il 11 1't : (ir g'vlilit' sr 111 1.1 ;111 x:11 ii u T 11'1 fiigili g Ili [II i 11'1 . .(1 i t f111.11' gI - t.' urg l fil a Ii 1111 "Y m i:11':111!111 I 11 .jlll 111u 1 %g(s I14 1 4g u\\ II: 1 1 : 'f. I I 111 1'1 1''( 1 I& 4'IIiI I I I I 11 1:111 i I t g11'11'(Vt4 11'11l I Ig(* '"i 1" iii . I ' 1 .1" 1.'. li t . thuS 'I' i 1 ifig :I1111 i t1 ."I111411( 9~ti 1* ' gl i \\1. II 11' 11111f fig '1, iuli l 't a 1114' 1 .11 1is itl I . I tI 1 ;;1111 1 Ii hi l:eii Hf it-. 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This, filil 11 1h1n 1 n > ,14,ot 1 ii.i-liily iesirel byI 1 o t r (' 1Ui. u' i o 1 Ilcugo r n f-ts, iI tronIly favortI-'S byfnur fortniet 4,1!!i4, h l'aIthoie. T:IVhey beit-v Il" us Ling~l wouldo r~t ly gber inntse ti-l I' oe w uld \ 1 t r1ee tio, isit w ther e. 't\ 'nlie iagi'pt'Iiit UII I('I1111 1 t (' ofat lt 'ilis I to:ty ('\il n1 (fn 11' te this co,111utr y. Ii h) first I eI' l (''1rI II visit the I't'v 1iiiit ''fl it Ili t hin lie (IiffS' I i-1 11S ililf I l ('11v 111'ti ne wl' t l i leg- 'd T uw :111f i !! T h . \nt e 1 i' xri:'i e rdinals f-if ref'v o \ R' oine.t'' wits teri e ts talk li\ 11 t71 I 'cl ' i I 116 11't .1l11itt t o le s 11k fIIli ni iet the 11im1Ie consIt it litlon So ha:1 thli- 4-.111,1 happenl'l in Ithe future.,( S I T i'(inci'den 1 y11 li'aso be responsile Sl'"r 1-rd1 411 i t tiw more Amerh-fan enrdital a hab reated soon. '.l'he rishot pt gventioned in this connee tin tr undet excleinly of Chicago tandt Hinyes of New York. to NR buyDSofe for the()t0(k ing over of the government's nitrate plant at Muscle Shoals was re ferred to the agrenituilI comtnittee (If tlie senate. Acepa nce of the ofter \wa' urged by Senator Urf nderwood of AlabaIn'a, " )emocralic leader, and It was redi' c ted the coml mitttee wouli 4,('en1mmendl it. IBut in the house mill iy' 1 I tSi t C(I0iifil'ttee the Ford prop ret'at of Wa lieek was i'alled i there 1fs to tins andl li tiesvtim4Oy( ms hIsnieersnagnat. I were n'thus Isum- i Tha t F~od thtwil payilo $5000,00 2for t halstono.heMsleSo TatIhegoenimet tof tompcote th-roet is sen $40,000.000 bto $t5ph0(',00t add3t0,000,0 yhear od twi t-repyulica mexceiybersa os terms.i That1( ten ormiteent nralot he tiwien l8,00t000an $16,000,000n hoalv ag~ te onl tatue projptowich owntso Th the ig ovternmentcan reenze II more( 1ffr the tWarrior tieri planti'and wlong the payilc; i iforehe ith Ms(ce . tanr relly th a diectusti0(21on afo ht hegt ouhlI owit the ofe iof h~le d wee ta membe (f raiongres thei byee -e fif'e hgt t eettrft f1tai i woing prot 's dthe licfeaper fr itiizerotro the farm yr rsbutlat he wasitgrety tinoubist xlte asoutittean hae aeleed tord vaml hi os enineerlos te uncetain ofb it, .. He dddhat hlle. would.111 soo submit - nto cogress twot othert' offers forCi Musi tckan boNATVd etimate's of the cti bof theppoed st gsoldiners'1 bnut e an chens a cmm'ilaitt tbisp ient to d as to be obtahied.l Presie n Har us cteein must includ econ proiso 1f08 nt theO rats. ftencesr eeu rike of tee niil w rkes. ---- Army if 4% 9s -A~rmay i aiti:s ienI u ii try National ilke of' steel 1111)1 wvorker'is. 3-Armiy in bathing suits. N OltDI)Et to relieve the congestion in the federai courts, th senate Ju dlichltry coiniittee bits decided to ree oli(taEl an incre&ase of 13 in the num her ot l'nitoil States Judges. These new judgeships, according to the plan, will go one ueh to the following dis iricts: Miassa-husetts, ('astern New Yori, smnti-rnii Ney York, eastern I'e'tIIsy lvan;,,i. northern Texas, ('astern; .\iiii in wrthe'rni (hio, inidle Tlent ne ssi-4'. no'rthern Illin1ois, MIinnesotat, niirt (':ilifornia, northern Ge.origiai tiad Arizona. A '1'lI""I" t"eitt~ed 'Sttes has no't net~-loin-d, mite) is not likely to necepi~lt thlt' invittion1 to take part in tihe ec'oni ieii ad4 financialI coinference in next I 114 luonth, pretrattons for th"' "Itin::r c-l' the init-eting are being mialde by thle Italla n governinent. All the iiy's hiotels and others along the Italian tipviera ;as far its Itapallo are be'iing reiuisitionetl. rapid tranitsportal 11i)n hull )comitnunienation atrrantged and tlie ancient ia lace plut in order for the sittings of the cotnferentce. Iao roll Avezzno , former 0ly tambassador to th e United States. is generil secretary in charge of local arrangements, and Pre in ler Iouioni, though lie hs resigned, Is devoting most of his time to the af fair, pending the appointment of his successor. If America avoilds this conference it will be because, among other rea sons, the soviet Russian government, not yet recognized. Is to be represent ed ; becaus~e certainl European powers show no disposition to help matters by reducing their il illitary estbilish mtents; bectuse none, except Eingland, is trying to lailinte its budget, and b o cause few of them rec(ognizetlie rela tion of the general recovery of Europe to the recovery of Gernty. 46 ARf" broke out in Ireland T again last wetek, tils timel be t weetn thle Irlih thetmselves andl~ tlong the Ulister border. Ptresumatbly ho Ceause t hey had n1 ot leartned thatt thrtee poil Ileal priasoniers senttencedl to deathi att fDerry had( bteetn repievedl, iders(t' thle I rish republicletinvdedl Ulster and (ariedi (iff scores of prisotners, doing~ also ai lot of shootIng. A few of thle catu ired meni were released'( at once, but thei others were held, supposedly asx hostages. Notuorally, the northern coutiets att onice blazed with indigna tioni and( thouitsands of armiedl mien swiartmed to the bo(rder and formed a lie of steel there. Of course the provIsIonal govern men~it oif the Irish Feree State was not respontslble for the kidniapitngs, 1no1 cold~ it prevetnt them. It was lie lieved by saune that the attacks weri Ithaned lirgely to embarratss Michine C2o1lin and1( his colleiaigues. Owen O'Duaffy, chief uf statY of thi Irish repubttlican armtay, issued thhi stateent :i "That there shiold he spontanteoul atnd de't~trmined ntiIon in Ulster is no suarprislng. Th'le pati ence of 0ur peo pie t here has beeni sorely tied Iatel; by cotinulied r'aids, arrests attd~ tor tres intieted uapont themi by algents o the niorthietrn governmienlt. "'rThe majority of those in prison I Itelfaist and Derry are suafferling bet cattse they carriedl out my order while I was liaison officer, to protec the lives and property oft Caitholi civilians from the ratvages of Oranig mobs when those who are lnttruste witih lawv andl ordher refuse to give prc Ulster anid the Free Statte are stil disputing over the~ set tiemenat of lth boundhtaries of Ulster, and( there i somec talk biy Brltish oftliciatls of calLii .1 on Geeral Smuts to medlate. EETARlY OF THiE TRIEAS ECURY MELLON -atnnouncedi tai - ee tat the govertinment will pa of the Victory 3% ercethnsno before Jutne 15) next, fand aifter tha -(datte they will ceatse to tbeatr inateresi These honids, of which thaere ar~e atboui t $4l00.000,O000 ott ading, were lis.' - Maty 20, 19119. aid mat ture Maty 20, 192 - butt the( govetrnmetnt re2served the righ to call thieim for-redemaptioni this yei At itny tiame befor~e JIune 15 the htond -Will bue redeemted by the federal ri k serive batnks at par' andi accruted latel e est. i'If lacy are held until Junte 1 I- they'3 should have attlached the entupon Spaiyablle D~ecemaber 15, 1922, atnd Mat 20. 1no-I in ..,de. to oai., f..ll ma,.. BRIEFHNEWS NOTES WHAT HAS OCCURIED DURING WEEK THROUGHOUT COUN. TRY AND ABROAD EVENTS OF IMPORTANCE Gathered Prom All Parts O The Gl9be And Told In Short Paragraphs Foreign The Mhunicipal employees' of Berlin recently voted to continue their strike unless the municipality agrees to ex tepd the present scale af wages to the end of December, Instead of to June, as proposed by the arbitration court. Cardinal Achille Ratti, archbishop of Milun. has been chosen supreme pon tiff of the Roman Catholic church, to succeed the late Benedict XV. His coronation as Plus XI will take place February 12. The Britislk government has receiv .ld a note fr im the French govern ment ma kin', strong representations that the Cinoa economic conference should be postponed three months, The celebrated pearl necklace, which once belonged to Maria Theresa, queen of Hungary, which was pawned by ex-Emperor Charles before his last I attempt to regain the throne of Hun gary, has been sold to Joferson Davis Cohn of England for a million dollars. I Dispatches from London report that the British Indian police fired on a mob of ten thousand natives during a serious riot at Tiruvannainalai, about eight-five miles southwest of Madras, J in the Tanjore district, killing three persons and wounding eight others. Dissolution of the Italian parlia ment and the holding of a general elec tion has been practically decided upon in the event of the failure of Pre mier Orlando to form a government to succeed the Blononi ministry, which I recently resigned. Signor Orlando I has been invited by the king to at- t tempt the formation of a new cabi- I riot. Count Admiral Sukenori Kabayama, t a member of- the Japanese privy coun cil, and former minister of war, died c at his home at Tokio at the age of 85 I years. le had been suffering from t cancer for some time. It is unlikely that the French gov- 1 ernment's request for a three months' delay in the opening of the Genoa conference will be met by Great Brit ain, it is stated in London. The Irish situation has taken a startling turn with the news of whole sale and organized kidnaping raids against prominent Ulster unionists in the early hours of. the morning. In cludod among the numerous victims are many special constables who had been ,ispatched to aid in stopping the raids, some of whom are said to have been spirited to unknown destinations. Statements made openly in official quarters in London, coupled with dis patches from India, indicate that as a result of the increasing disturb ances .throughout the eastern emlpire, and the stubb~orn defiance of Mahat ma Gaydhi, "prophlet" of the non-co operative native elements, tihe govern ment is about to adopt an iron policy, possibly beginning wvith tihe arrest of Gandhi--to restor-e or-der. Washingtor. Construct Ion work on fourteen cap ital ships wvas suspended 'recently by order of Secretary Denby under direc tion of President Harding. - The step was taken in anticipation of ratifica tion of the -naval li h'itation treaty which resulted from the Washington conferene lund under which only three -of the vessels involved wvill be com pleted ats war craft. .A bill appropriating $25,000 for eo . tablishment by the department of agri culture- of an experiment station to de i velop pecan nut culturo was introduc ed by Senator Harris, democrat, Geor Sgia. A legislative program, contemplat ing ratification of the treaties grow 3 ing out of the arms conference and passage of the tariff, soldiers' bonus, - farm credit and merchant marine b)ills, withI adjournment of congress - about June 1, was said to have been f agreed upon at' a white house dinner recently, 1 The house co-operative marketing -bill, a measure designed to aid tile s agricultural interests and pressed by t tihe farm bloc passed the senate, there e being recorded only one vote against e the measure-that of Senator Gerry of :1 Rhode tsland. who is a Democrat. Funds to pay the soldier bonus will be raised by direcJ taxation, imposing I a burden of at least $100,000,000 a e year for three years. Thie housme Ways s and means committee has reached this conclusion, and is now seeking tile taxes that can best be utilized. In cluded in the general scheme is the -raising of first class postage fr-om 2 t cents to 3 cents, Moans of lending tihe aid of the gov Sernnment's credit to tile railroadis of t the country are under consider-ation in -administration circles. tTile bill1 creating a commission an Iotherwise nmaking provision for- the 'conversion of tile eleven billion dollar tdebt owed thme United States by the ' allied p)owers has boen signled by thle president. .. Tile field of possible soldiers' blonums 5'axes hlas been virtually narrowved to , lght sources by .the Republican mems -.etrs of tile houise w&~avadmans. While the parents of 16-ye. ..d Mat Tin Mathis were preparing . *escort' the .body of a youth from Amarillo, Texas, to Haynesville, La., for burial, having postively identified him as their son, the boy returned home here after an absence of severql days, and wired his parents that he was in good health. A blow to senatorial dignity is not soon forgotten. This was shoi when, in the midst of belated debate on the Newberry election case, several sen. ators rose from their seats and de nouncod the war department for plac ing the senate- far back, as they said, in the funeral procession for the un known soldier last Armistice Day. Japan promises to prove the center of congressional fireworks when dis cussion of the arms conference treaties begins. A renewed outburst of "yel low peril" talk already has occurred In the house and Senator. Johnson of California is understood to be prepar ing to discuss the conference treaties with particular reference to Japan's position. Preparation of a deficiency appro priation bill will be begun shortly by a committee of the house appro priations committee, Chairman Mald len announces. The measure will be eady for the house in a few weeks nd passage ' will be expedited to re leve urgent deficiencies which have trisen in various government depart nents. An increase of thirteen in the num. er of United States district judges 8as agreed upon by the senate judi. ,iary committee as a means of re. leving the congestion in the nation's deral courts. The fatal shooting from the Mexi 'an line of the border about twelve nibs above Laredo, Texas, on the tio Grande river, on February 5. of WValter C. Swinney, of Del R0io, Texas, in American citizen, has been reported o' the state department. The opening sessions of the houso nilitary committee's investigation of he Ford contract offer for purchase ind lease of the governments' proper ies at Muscle Shoals, Ala., revolves rincipaly about the clauses relating o manufacture of fertilizers for the ration's agri(ulral needs. The interior department appropria ion bill, currying $295,622,112 has been eported by the house appropriations ommittee. The total is $19,513,037.67 ess than the amount appropriated for he current fiscal year and $3,754,920 ess than the amount requested in the mtdget estimates. Further efforts are being made by he senate committee investigating the harges that American soldiers were anged without trial in France, to lear up the alleged shooting of a oldier by a firing squad near Cha eau Thierry, in July, 1918. Domestic Dental work on the uper left molars n his mouth served to identify the 3harred body taken from the ruins of he Lexington hotel, Rithmond, Va., as hat of Captain Frank Linwood Shaw, 34 years old, native of Goshen, and veteran conductor of the James river :lvision of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway. Eighteen of the crew of the Furness tine freighter, Thistlemore, which weont aground on Peaked 11111, near Flighland Light, Mass., bars were res :medl by breeches buoy. Four hundred gallorns of whiskey :tonsigned to Washington, D. C., was seized in a car on the Norfolk and Western railway at Roanoke, VTa., by revenue agents on morning recently. The mayor of Pascagoula, Miss., has 'ecquested the naval air station at Pen tacola, Fla., for airplanes to search or John Westfall, ex-service man who uas been missing for some time, hav ing bene blown out to sea on the fish lug smack X-Ray. The f Ire which destroyed the liner Northern Pacific off Cape May, N -:t. with the loss of four shipyard men, startedl on the lower deck pmidships, amnd buirnled for hours before it was discovered. The origin of the fire re mains a mystery. The British steamer Thistlemnore wvent aground on Peaked H1il1 bar, four miles nott of H-ighland light, at the tip of Cane Cod, Mass,. A coast guard cr'ew, went to the rescue. Sale of the Missouri and North Ar kansas railroad which sflspended oper ation last July, by its receiver, has been ordered in a decree issuedl by United States District Judge Jacob Trieber at Little Rock, Ark, Eight men killed, two badly injuredi and one missing is the result of a mine explosion which wrecked a mine of the Marietta Coal company on Pond creek, Pinson Fork, Ky. Six known (lead, thirty reported missing or unaccounted for, twenty eight known injured, fourteen of whom are believed -to be fatally hurt, is the toll of the fire which swept over an nroa to half a city block at Richmond, Va., destroying the Lexington hotel aind several other buildings, and en tailing a loss estimated at fronm $250,. 000 to $500,000. Private'rT. W. Willis 9f the United States marine cor-ps, who shot and killed Wiley Clark at Blanchard, La., while serving- as a mall guard on a Kansas City Southern passenger train several weeks ago, will be triedl by general court martial at the naval air tation at Pensacola, Fla., on a charge of manslaughter. Officers trying to solve the mystery of the murder of William Desmond Taylor, motion picture director at Los Angeles, Cal., report that they have made only slight progress in the case thns far, SAYSCAL WI SALIVAl'k8 The Very Next Dose of Treacherous Drug M; Start Trouble. You -know what calomel is. I eury; quicksilver. Calomnel is pus. It crashes into sour b :ynanite, eritnping and sicken! Dalornel attacks the bones and never be put into your system If you feel bilious, headachy, pated and all knocked out, jis your druggist and get a bottle son's Liver 'otie for a few cent is a harmless vegetable substit dangerous calomel. 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