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TREATY'S FMlENDS o
01n Reeis of Wilson and Bryan Spilt
Foi'tunes of Pact Become More
Unsettled. Ie Hlatified Before Cam.
Washington, Jan. 9.-The fortunes
of the Treaty of Versailles became ev
en more insettled today when, on top
of President Wilson's Jackson Day
pronouncement for taking the ques
tion to the people in the political cam.
paign, and William Jennings 3ryan's
oi)pOsItion to such a course, Demo
cratic and Itepublican friends of' the
treaty in the senate renewed determ
Inedly their effort. In secure a com
promise ratiication. Senator Ilitelt
cock of Nebraskua, the acting Demo
cratic leader, said he did not regard
the Presm i(t's declaraltion as cnl
culated to cit off any reasonable coln
promise, and predicted ratification be
fore the caipaign was under way.
Tho )nild reservation group of Repun
licans too much the same view,' and
the group of Democrats who have
been. urgent in their demand for a
coniproinise declared thetir :ljosition
was in no way altered.
Iliscussion. of compromise rcserva
tions accordingly went. orward as
actively ps before, a coference being
ar'iangA on the Republican si(1e to
tako ill) i detail the set of reserva
tions submitted recently by Senator
Kendrick of' Wyoming and other Dem
ocrata. It was said a counter propos
al Might be drawn up 'within a few
days -nd all of the parties to the nego
tiations seeined hopeful that an agree
ment ult imately would be reached.
Among the treaty's irrconciliable
foes, however, thlie President's stand In
the statenuent last night. of Senator
Lodge of Massachusetts, the Republi
ean senate leader, that he would "most
cordially welcomne" the treaty as a po
litical issue, were hailed as having
detinitely pu1t thle question into the
campaign. This group consistently
,has predicte(! faiure for the compro
mise negotiations, and they were more
positive today than ever that there
would be no agreement.
In announcin; that thle comproisie
C plans would go ahead, Senator Hitch
(ock said that lie course the Demo
(erats could not agr1.e to any compro
mise vitally iipairing the treaty, and
that there would be an endeavoi% to
work out such reservations as the
President could accept. Some other
Democrats were not so dmiil)hatic on,
that point, however, declaring private
ly that they would take the best com
promise they could get and then put
tile responsibility stiaight tip to the
Tite speeclies of Mr. Bryan at the
lackson Day banquet here, which in
addition to opposing any effort to car
ry the treaty into 1he campaign ad
vocated a speedy compromise, was put
into the senate record today by Sena
tor McCormick, Republican, of Uli
nois, after the President's letter ah
nouncing his stand had been present
ed by Senator - Hitchcock. Senator
McCormick requested that the two "be
New Eliir 'alled' Asp'irn
atl, Medic ttcd With Lats
and Endc'zad by Eur~o
Cold and 2:ovn Compli
Every Druigg;ist in'U. S. In
structed~ to Recfund Price
While You Wait c': count
er UIf Relief Does NTot Yomno
Within T&wo Iiuts
Delightful Tast 3Immediato
Relicf, Quick V rm-Up.
Thi'l nion~i lo hel year' 3Cin*I the
d rug -tradi' i .'p.ronal, th two
minnto cold and~ cirughi reliever, au-.
:horitatively gnua nteed by tho labora
torica- tested, approved and miost
o'atlhuiigtinhlly endiiorsid b'y tho high
est authorities(, 1113d, proilahinodl by
lhe coininon pbeopl1 as teni ti:ncs as
guilelt :mal vffec ai as wvhiskey, rock
niad rye, or any othier cohl ande cough
semecdy they havei~ over i od.
All dirug sorI are1 noi w a1 Vspphiled
wrih the~ womi ludrfu v elix'ir, so aill
you have Io do t o g'.-. rid oIf thata cold
4 is t.o step int o th ne' iarest dlrug stoic,
hand~ii( tihe clerk brdif i dollhar for a battle
of Aspian aund tell hhnr to a i've youm
two tonspoonfis wi Ih i'our t easpoon.
fibt of water ini a glass.-. With your
w~aIeh inl yourr hiand . take t he drinm'
it ''.0 n. allow anid cali for your money
.Iba k iin I wo' muit.e. it you1 carrnot
fee 1yo'rr colid aing : way like ia diCream
wiohh the Iihn limit, limh't he bash
eI' ' 'youi t try it. : L ryb)ody'A
Whe 1101 - d v. . o ('"hi is re
x li'm od, taan t he~rm 'induo' of the bottle
hoo iio yor .aifean -11 I?'abies, for
Aslpiro:'ni ib by far i.ho saEt and piiost
effective, the ensie'4 to tako and the
mi1O5 ni ansin anta ii an ouh t.nodyt
printed. in Nqvembel', it it should be
carried that they are agreed on trea
No debate developed, and oply one
other occasion during the 'day was
there a mention oin the senatd floor
of the treaty of the Jackson Day do
elopient::, that was when Senator
Walsh of Massachusetts, a reservation
Democrat, put in a letter from Presi
dent Lowell of Harvard asking that
the Democrats show a willingness to
compromise on Article teir; hitherto
an advocate of unreserved ratification.
Dr. Lowell wrote that he was con
viuced, that Article Tenl imposed ob
Mr. Bryan did not t Irry long in
Washington, leaving early in the day
foy Lincoln, Nebraska.
The cabinet iiet in Its regular ses
sion today, but if the miembers dis
Cussed the split between the President
and Mir. Dlryan on its treaty issue or
Air. Wilson's stanid they would not ad
Democrat leaders (lid not attempt
however, to minimize the effect that
the Split bet'ween the President and
his former secretary of state might
have both at the convention and at
the polls in November If it should be
carried that fal. They recalled the
dominant role Mr. Bryan played .at
the Baltimore gathering when Mr.
Wilson first -was nominated and while
the convention time Is' yet in the dis
tance, some of them, at. least look
forward to stirring events in San
MOVE IS 3MADE TO
GIVE' UPl1 KAISER
Dutch Chamber Suggests Governmnent
Request, WlMlim to Reurn to .Ger.
The iiague, Jan. ).---Te irt chai
her of the Dutch parliaient has draft
'id! !re'ented ao ih em hinet a
memorani)duI suggesting that it now
Is desirable that Ilolland request
forminer P'm peror villiamu of Germany
to return to his own country.
In the ordinary course of parlia
mentary procedure the government
would ansiver the flrst chamber.
The government, however, it has
been learned by, the correspondent,
does not. consider the memorandum
Important. It is explained that it 'was
introduced at the 4miggestion of a sin
gle member dt4'ing the budget de
bate, as a matter of formality.
As far as the correspondent has
been able to learn the present Dutch
government has firmly decided that it
will not surrender the one-time Ger
Former Emperor William has
transferred most of his wood cutting
activities to Doorn, where - his new
home i1 being built. Dressed in a
grcd'n -hunting suit he was seen yes
terday at Doorn chopping or sawing
off the branches of young trees which
had been felled with the purpose of
perfecting a new landscape for the
park of his estate.
Although recently there was some
thing akin to a crisis in the Dutch
cabinet, there now scenins to be no
probabllity that the givernment will
fall. The most opp~osedl measure of
the government, wvhich alheady has
been passed, concerns the forced loan
uinder wvhich every l~utch man -with
property value at more tha n35,000
florins, or an income of muore than
10,000 tlorins, muttst subscribe.
F"Oil MEN'S (CLOTHlING
Lambor is 91) Per VCent of au (larment's
C'ost, It Is Said, autnd Denmand Ad.
Newv York, .Ian. I1t..--mmurther In
creases in the price of men's cloth
ing, without change ini style were pre
dli.ted today by delegates who attend
ed the tenth annual convention of the
International Association of ClothIng
Designers lure. .
Imbeor contrilbutes about ninety per
cent to the cost of a suit, it was said.
While tha supply of woolen cloth was
said to be increasIng, the dlesigners
offered little hope -that tis would
decrease the cost of cloths.
Designers were disincline~I to be
lieve reports fronm London that p~uo
plc, gold and bright colors would be
worn by men and declared that con
servat'snm both as to cut and frabric
would prevail in the United States
Chicago, Jan. 10.-Ton thousand
Chicago housewives will hold mass
meetings in public schools January
21 In a campmaign against high prices,
the -women's fair price organization
liousewives will be0 told howv and
where to buy economically, and com'
plaints will lie heard against allegedl
proflteeris. iProminent 'economists
will 1)0 selec:ted as instructors.
Habiltua Constipation Cured
'in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-V0S WITII PEPSIN" 1s a specially
prepalrodl yIup) oic-LIxi) i vefor Habitual
Constipation, it ret'oves promnptl y but
should ho take-n regularly for 14 to 21 dlays
to induce regular act1on. It Slumulates anid
Rodn~ton Verv 'Pleasant' to Take. 60a
SOCIETY GIRL TAKES COAL
CHUTE SIJDE AND DUSTS OFF
Amy uitirke, "The H1o11 soodum," 0lives
Mary Pickford Character Part that
is Comedy Oassic. .
Millionaire Alexander Guthric wili
have his colosal portion of pride tak
On down a notch or two when his spi)t
fire granddaughter, Amy . Burke,
played by Mary Pickford, in "The
Hoodlum" gets through with him. This
This is the second picture produced
InI Miss Pickford's own stUdios and
it will he seen at the Omera Hlouse
'Tihe only person Guthrie is lifraid of
Is Amy, who in turn is afraid of no
one. In this spirit of mind 11% hullHs
mahogany - chairs at the G(uthrio
butlers, monkey 'wrenches at her two
chauffeurs, rye bread at the waiters
and li) sticks al, her maids.
irom the foregoing, the chalacter
r0e- hv vu.- "murens Asents J. ;hsl:
Co. Pimoe th1em.
40e quality Outings .... ..
-,33e quality Ij. L.Sea Island
30v quality Sca Island ...
I lot good heavy Cotton 04
Clean up sale price ...
Other Sweaters, good value.
Special values in Men's Jeal
Big values -in Men 's Pants
Special values in Men 's an<t
Spreial .January prices on all
and Coats. Clean-Sweel
Special values in Hosiery..
1 lot lled Blankets, special v
Meni's and Boy 's Caps, specia
Sptecial values in Men's~Ihat
Rlig values in Men's Suits.
Some .smnall sizes in Mern's &
Special values in Womn'sn a
and1( 5, closing out ...
We have Thou*
No. 1 S
No. 2 S
f Amy Burke changes to that of j
tencment girl who call sieak with v
lasal slang, cock her hat onl the righl
side of her head and shimmic lik v
vatery portion of gelatine.
In the tenements While her fat her it
vritiig at book on sociology Amy 4
I constant whiner In crap games bni
x heavy loseri at other things. Amonp
thiInks she loses are her snobbishness
ior silk lingerie, her bad-temper, an
Crift.tes have temned "The 'Hood
um," by far tle best of Miss Pick
Foid's great sereenl succee;s.
Good Health for You
Dr. Carter's K. & B. Tea
Costs but Little a1zd You Can Make a
Wholo Lot om OnePa.4age
More people Erinking Dr. Carter's
K. & 1B. Tea than ever before, because
they have found out that for liver,stonach
and bowels and to purify the blood there
is nothing surer, safer or better. The little
tots just love it.
D IRON RI
.. .... .... .... .... . 33
.... ... .28C
- .... .... .... .... . 25C
veater Coats. worth $2.00
. .... .... .... .... .... $1.25
.... .... .$2.25, $2.48 to $5.98
)is Pan ts.. .. .. .. .. .. ..$3.25
. .. .. .. .. ..$2.48 up to $8.39
.1 Ioy 's Overconts . . $10.00
. . .. .. .. .. .. . ... ......$1850
Ladi es' D reses, Coat i Si ts,
.10c, 15c, 20e up to $1.98 a pni r
alue, per pair ...............$.98
....... .... ....48o up to $1.98
....... ... .... ..98c to $5.00
........ .....$18.50 to $39.00
~uits closing out $'7.50 to $15.00
hoes, sie 3, 3~ 1-2. 4, 4 1.-2,
.... .......... .... ....$1.98
ands of other items v
growing scarcer and his
all the Goods for your. I
ow and Save 20 to
tore - - 2
tore on the S(
It'll Soon e
Calom1el losCs you a day! I
mercury; qUiCkSilver. Calo mC
sour ioile lik! dynamile, cranipi
attacks th i-Ones and should
Take "Dodson's L
When yott feel Lilious. .sluggei,
constipated and all knocked'out end
believe you rieed a dose of dlangerou
calomel, just runember thal, your
druggi3t sells for a few cent.,; a largo
bottle of Dodson's TLiver Tono, which
is entirely vegetable and pleasant to
take and is a perfect, substitute for
All Ladies' at clositg ot.11 a
SliQcial sale of MIen 's Union Sui1
Ladies' Union Suits. good value
2 papei of pin .... .... . ...
1 lot fine Plaid Ile( Blankets, pp
Special.-va1lues in) :Meni's and W
to .... .... ......... ....
M~en 's W\ork Shiirts, sp)eiaI ....
M\eni's Overalls, wvorthI $3.00. spe
Boy's Overalls.... ..... ..
3Mlen's.Olovos .... ..........
Special values inl Ladies' Oloves
5 enIkes good Ijaudi ryoa p for.
5 packages G randmna's Waushiing
2 st icks Giood lOnek Blueing...,
Wamu~poles' Cod Liver' Oil. spweial
Mclrliee's WVine of Carduii. spee~t
8. S. S. for te Blood ... . ... ..
WXomen11's Rubber)Q OverSIshos.
Metn '.s Rubb~er Overshoes .. .. ..
re haven't time or spa<
ther each month now,
~amily for the next six rr
40 per cent of Your
10 West Lauren~
muare in .Burns
7 ~ , .V.
V ,v: TO I It d
C.'!~ - ; is -iaranriv , start
( r .' :o : 1.P
n ide. an i n not .salIvate11.
h~~~~~~nh' thoil a:i lwsyu .b'
wor%. Dolir wn's Liver T-.;:w ..traight
en - y rihf, up and you feel groat.
G i t) o wh children beeause it is
perfectly harmb and dovAn't, gripe.
nheard of' pries in this
S.... .... .... .... $1.98
... .... .... .... .. $1.98
.... .... ... . . ... . .5c '
.p iI ..... .... .... .. $6.50
.l(1u ) ... .... ....$14.50
.... ... .98c up t $2.98
.. .. . $1.5 to$1.98
..*... . . 4 t $2.98
..... .... ....c 50c to $298
............ t.. $..5c
..... .... .... .... ..845c
...... .... .... ....84c
.... .... .... .... ..$1.00
..... .... .... ....$1.25
~e to mention.