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THE HOLBROOK NEWS. HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, JULY 22, 1921.
It' Jl-asssaíss. a -K-at, í ',-v. -. . fcr , , jJaf-WT -rtX BÍZv' isfen-.... . , . First pnotographs In the open oí the United Stales navy's new dirigible, just completed at Bedford, England. 1 Tied to the mooring mast 2 Emerging from the hangar. 3 The new United States battleship Mary land on her way to sea for her official trials. NEWS REVIEW OF t CURRENT EVENTS Smuts' Efforts Bring Renewed Hope of Settlement of the Irish Trouble. MAY QUIT "REPUBLIC" IDEA Da Valera and Others Show Disposi tion to Yield No Improvement In Near Eastern Mess Germany Expects Coup d'Etat Tariff Fight Is On. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. The entry of Jan Christian Smuts Into the peace negotiations changed the Irish situation over night. The South African premier is regarded as one of the most astute statesmen In the world, and apparently Lloyd George has done well in enlisting his assistance. It now appears likely that a peaceful settlement of the Irish trouble will be reached before long. Optimistic persons were not dis mayed by De Valera's tentative refusal to attend the meeting In London pro posed by Lloyd George and Sir James Craig's refusal to confer with the Sinn Feiners and south Ireland unionists In Dublin. The latter conference was begun without representatives of Ul ster, and an attempt was made to reconcile the positions of the Sinn Fein and the unionists. Then Gen eral Smuts slipped across to Dublin, gave the leaders there a heart-to-heart talk, and hurried back to London to report to the English authorities. What he told them gave rise to the most cheerful of predictions. Though no official statements have been Issued, it appears that this is bow matters now stand: The British government Is willing to grant to Ire land the fullest autonomy, patterned after that enjoyed by South Africa; Ulster to be considered still a part of the dominion but having an autono mous government of Its own, such as that of Natal. "President" De Valera, Arthur Griffith, founder of Sinn Fein; Michael Collins and other republican leaders are now willing that Ireland thall remain a part of the British em pire though they prefer the term "British commonwealth of nations" provided their right of secession Is recognized. Other prominent Sinn Feiners, comprising the Intellectuals and doctrinaires, insist Prime Minister Lloyd George has not yet sufficiently recognized the essential unity of Ire land and Its right to self-determlna-, tlon. , AH the Sinn Feiners assert that Ulster must accept her autonomy from the supreme Irish parliament in Dub lin. The task that remains Is to recon cile these views and bring the Ulster Ites and southern unionists ' into agreement with the compromise plan. That this can be done is the expressed opinion of some of the chief figures In the negotiations. Says General Smuts : "I think, I am hopeful, I trust, that the question will be solved and that thereby the British empire will be freed from the Imputa tion that in this ancient part of the United Kingdom there still exists vio lation of the fundamental principles upon which the empire rests. I say that the problem Is soluble because I have seen it solved in my own coun try under circumstances less embit tered than in Ireland but certainly of a. very difficult character, too." De Valera, In his first authorized Statement since Lloyd George's invi tation, says: "We trust that the Brit ish prime minister's letter may prove to be the first step toward submitting a civilized basis of right and reason for that of barbaric violence in the arbitration of the question at Issue between Ireland and Great Britain. "Should the conference now initiat ed lead to an ultimate understanding nd lasting peace between the peoples of these two Islands, which have been In a state of war, or suspended war, Zor more than seven and a half cen turies, it will set a worthy Christian precedent for the entire world. "British prestige will be restored, young Ireland will live In history as j having saved, by its courage and stead fastness, the ideals for which millions were led to offer their lives in the great war." As significant, perhaps, as these statements was an incident in Liver pool. The city was decorated in honor of a visit of the prince of Wales, and in the Irish quarter wera displayed many Sinn Fein flags Inter twined with the union Jacks. A prom inent Sinn Felner said: "The order to do that came from Dublin." From this side of the world it looks as though the great powers do not know what to do with Turkey and the Turks. If they have any definite pol icy it isn't apparent from either their statements or their actions. The Treaty of Sevres already Is shot to pieces, even if the men who formu lated it are unwilling to admit it. Turkey was neatly partitioned, but refuses to stay In parts, and the' na tions to whom the helpings were as signed seem quite- unable to take or retain them. Naturally the sultan's government, to which the treaty left but a tiny part of the huge empire, Is not doing anything to hinder the efforts of the nationalists, who refuse to permit that empire to be carved up. Greece is making all preparations for her promised offensive in Asia Minor, and ships loaded with troops, munitions and supplies arrive daily in Smyrna from Athens. Observers who have been with Kemal Pasha are somewhat doubtful of the ability of the nationalists again to stop the Greeks, To complicate the situation In the Near East, It has become certain that Bulgaria Is co-operating with Kemal in the hope of regaining eastern Thrace. So far she has taken no overt steps, and If she does, the "lit tle entente," comprising Jugo-Slavia, Czecho-Slovakia and Roumania, . will get into action, for the real ralson d'etre of that alliance is their deter mination to keep Bulgaria within the limits now fixed for her. Moreover It is asserted that the "little entente" now has the complete backing of Italy. One thing the great powers are de termined to prevent the seizure of Constantinople by the Bolshevists. To this end the entire British Medi terranean fleet Is being concentrated in the vicinity of the Turkish capital. It may be that heavy re-enforcements of allied troops also will have to be sent to that region, for the Russian Bolshevists evidently are planning some big coup. They are calling to the colors all men from eighteen to thirty-five years" of age, and general mobilization is expected soon. The demobilization order issued some time ago has been canceled. More Inter esting than reliable is the story that Trotzky has been imprisoned on or ders from Lenin. Similar reports of disagreement between the Bolshevist chiefs have been heard too often. The present German government really seems to be Increasing in strength, and the confidence deposed in It by the allied governments is growing daily. That Is, the conft dence that it will carry out the terms of the treaty as far as possible. In a public address last week. Doctor Rathenau, minister of reconstruction. said : ' "The United States Is the world's chief creditor and Germany is the world's chief debtor, with all other na tions sandwiched in between these two as creditor and debtor nations, each tied to or obligated to one an other. "Germany is not a land of gold of raw materials, but a nation which lives, and will continue to live, by the work of her hands. We are, there fore, only able to pay our debts with our products, our mental and manual labor. This we honestly propose to do." Our State department is now busy ing Itself with the preliminaries for negotiating treaties that will make effective the peace with the central powers and restore diplomatic and other relations. Administration au thorities give assurance that nothing will be done that will disturb the cor dial relations existing between the United States and the allied powers, which presumably means that they are being taken Into the confidence of this government in the formulation of the treaties on which Secretary Hughes is working. Another thing demanding the atten tlon of the State department is the situation in Tampico where it is feared labor disorders may endanger Ameri can property. One or two navy ves sels have been sent there, but this was not to be considered a naval demonstration. The trouble In Tam pico Is a result of the recent decree of the Mexican government Increasing the export tax on oil. The Industry being checked, thousands of men were thrown out of employment and their attitude was threatening. President Obregon says the government has no Intention of rescinding the decree, and that the labor conditions are not as bad as reported. Germany, still apprehensive that she is to lose out in Upper Silesia, is cry ing "wolf" ngain. The country is warned of an impending coup d'etat and the allies are permitted to over hear the warning. The story, as it comes from Berlin, is that all the re actionary elements are prepared to march on Berlin and upset the gov ernment, and that the decision agiiinst German possession of Upper Silesia is to be the signal for move ment. The German Irregular forces were withdrawn from the disputed ter ritory. In accordance with the agree ment with the inter-allied commission, but they have not disbanded or dis armed, nor have they moved far from the Silesian border. These troops are commanded by monarchists, and it is reported that General von der Goltz, who led the Baltic expedition and also was mixed up in the Kapp revolution. Is now in Upper Silesia. A few days ago the German population of Beu then. in Upper Silesia, was making a hostile demonstration against the Poles and when the French troops tried to disperse the marchers, the latter fired on them, killing a French major. The troops retired to their garrison and opened fire with machine guns and a number of Germans were killed. So far the "peaceful" ar rangement made by the Inter-allled commission has not been a conspicu ous success. The inevitable battle over the tar iff was opened by a minority report from the Democratic members of the ways and means committee of the house. The bill as drafted Is de nounced as a "conspiracy to benefit a few favorites at the expense of all humanity." The report deals especially with the probable effect of the bill on American commerce and with the substitution of the system of Ameri can valuation as a basis for levying tariff duties. Calling attention to the fact that the foreign trade of the United States fell from $1,188,255,449 last July to $527,378,825 in May, 1921, the report says: "Certainly the natural process is preferable to the infected knife of in terested surgeons who, by selecting the industries to protect and those to destroy, can reap the harvest their campaign contributions seeded last fall. Verily, the oil men are entitled to their reward, and the lumber men and wool men and all the others who cast their bread on the waters of a Republican tide." Senator Smoot's subcommittee made haste last week to get the Sweet vet erans' bureau bill before the senate. rrVita la t li il nianeni-a that to ilaclimarl to provide proper care and adequate compensation for disabled soldiers and sailors through the co-ordination of relief agencies. Congress has been se verely criticized for delay in passing the bill, which is the fruit of the ef forts of the Dawes commission ; and a senate Investigating committee has been hearing testimony of the scan dalous neglect and Inhuman treatment of disabled veterans under the pres ent complicated system or rather lack of system.- Before Alaska's Future Can Be Planned There Must Be Central Control By ALBERT B. FALL, Secretary of the Interior JÍ .-. 5 "S. The big questions in the development of Alaska are outside and above politics. They have to do with policies that will make Alaska more accessible, that will open the way to the development of resources now locked up and that will invite settlement. Between COULD BEAT HANDS SHUCKING HIS GDRN At Least J. A. White Would Bat So, After Being Relieved of Dyspepsia by Tanlac. AUTOMOBILE TIRES "Erie Cords" & "Olympian Fabrics" QUALITY AND SERVICE. Writ for prk 11. IIF:ii-r A. llOKOKI. nM Arana St. "My wife and myself have had stomach trouble," says Mr. J. A. .1,.. I . rill. 10in o,T 100n l; iil..4 : j a " le wiuu imc, uKuiaiiuiiw liiuuwrjí uecaseu It- K D. So. G near Lexington. Ky. "and have both been nervous und run down." "We could not see anything with out suffering afterwards and could not sleep at night. We were regular nerv ous dyspeptics. We tried many rem edies without permanent benefit until we heard of Tunlac. I got this medi cine and began using it. We noticed immediate results. We are both great ly improved by Tanlac. WTe give all credit for the change of health to Tan lac. It is a remarkable medicine. "I personally feel so good that I told my hands a day or two ago that I could beat any of them shucking corn. I meant It and believe I could have beat 'em all." - Of all the maladies that afflict hu manity chronic dyspepsia, such as Mr. and Mrs. White suffered, from, Is prob ably the most prevalent, and hours might be consumed In describing the suffering, mental and bodily, of the victims of chronic dyspepsia. A morbid, unreal, whimsical and melancholy condition of the mind, aside from the nervous physical suffer ing, Is the usual state of the average dyspeptic, and life seems scarcely worth living. Tanlac, the celebrated medicine, was designed especially for overcoming this distressing condition and millions of people have taken it with the most astonishing and gratifying results. It seems to go straight to the spot, toning up and invigorating every organ of the body. bold by leading druggists every where. Advertisement. HOME Or THE COLE ALWAYS THE BEST I USED CARS. Write tl for Couplet Informauoa. Bill ky Mall. 1225 BROADWAY 15 per cent. The population today is only 55,000, against 65,000 in 1910, and the decline has been in the pioneering white settlers. Difficulties of transportation form one of the big gest Darners against AiasKa development. We are now dependent wholly on boats operating out of Seattle. Inside Alaska, transportation conditions are no better. "We are building a railroad up there, but it begins nowhere and ends nowhere. In my judgment Alaska should be connected with the United States by an all-rail route through Canada. One of the bigpossibilities for Alaska is the development of a paper industry. Properly safeguarded, Alaska could supply us indefinitely with an amount of paper equal to that which we now import from Canada. But there again the transportation barrier controls. Alaska's coal fields are another source of great possible wealth. We are now developing mines there for the production of coal for the Pacific fleet. But perhaps the greatest barrier to getting anywhere with Alaska is the fact that at present half a dozen different government departments and bureaus have charge of various functions there, and there is no co-ordina tion and co-operation in plans for development. Before Alaska's future can be planned for and effective steps taken to tap her rich resources and open them to the people, there must be some central authority in control. Personally, I believe that should be vested directly in the President, SHOES REPAIRED Z- where In V. S. t Dennr prion, rnsitkfirtorj wart returned our expense. EASTERN SHOE RCrAIR FAC TORY. YELLOW FRONT. 1553 CHAMFA STREET. AND KODAK FINISHING. Tk Dinvcr rfcote Hsttrialt C win. RASTMAN KODAK LOHPASH', 626 Sixteenth Street. Denver. Colorado. KODAKS Pre-War Price of fe Send J 1 .00 for 3-pound iaapl. post paid. THE SPRAY COFFEE 4 SPICE CO., 21 and Market Su.. 1mm, Cola. WANTED Compositors, combination machine and floor man, cylinder pressman, folding machine operator and stock cutter; open shop, American plan; 48 hours. Unions on strike for 44 hours. The Globe Printing Com pany, Denver, Colorado. MAHCEL. WAVING We lead in this as all other lines. Charles Hair & Beauty Shop, 410 16th St.. Denver. Colo. FI.OWKllS KOU ALL OCCASIONS. Park Floral Co.. 1643 Broadway. 1IEAUTY PAIILOItS. Hair Goods by mall. Milllcent Hart Co.. 721 15th St. ltOHM-AI.I.RHr JRWFI.I1T CO. Dia monds, watches, silverware. Out tow orders careful attention Kit. 1873. Radiant BeautT Shan. 1543 Wrllu St. Combings made into switches and ear puirs. bpecial prices on hair Roods. THE NEW YORK PLEATING CO. ror best pleatinc, beautitchinc covered tattoos and but ton bola. Write, for catalog. 1523 Stoat. Deseer. Cala. BUY YOUR Stfckaramri' GROCERIES AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Waelnale Stall, Ca.. 1523 Maeteentk St. Our Institutions of Higher Learning Provincial About the Others By JAMES R. ANGELL, President Yale University During the War. Please help an unfortunate man," Whined tho heccrnr It is interesting how very provincial our American institutions 01 "What's the matter with your hiffh learning are about other American institutions, and how little they asked the crusty old gentleman. 00 I t i i .1 .1 1 a. v . .v,t. ; ; v,... f f;i- 1 '"Ju,cu l"c la lucia u-ia Div v. v..x..j. "Don't vou trv to make me believe It is certainly necessary that we should take a reasonably intelligent outlook of those things which are being done abou us ; the matter of the preceptorial system at Princeton ,and how it is working out; how our friends at Amherst are succeeding in their attempt to revive interest in the classical studies and how Harvard is succeeding in its endeavor to in troduce a type of general examination. It is a -matter of interest that we should know how in the Middle West the great institutions are endeavoring to work out some combination of the professional with the classical edu cation. These are all things that any man who is interested in higher edu cation should have some knowledge of and some interest in. I feel that there is a considerable opportunity of improving our rela tions among American institutions of higher learning by some more self conscious examination of the educational movement as it goes on in cen ters other than our own. you are a war hero. 'I didn't say that, sir, and I wouldn't try to impose on a gentleman who's as smart as you are," said the beggar. with an insinuating air. "I was struck by a truck In the fall of 1917," Bir mingham Age-Herald. FARMERS IRE WORKING HARDER ntz i or all these workers the frequent use of Aliens iootlase, tne antiseptic, healing powder to be shaken into the sprinkled in the foot-bath, increases their emciencr ana insures needed physical com- ion. Alien s iootKase takes the Friction Governor-Asks $500,000 to Aid Pueblo - Sufferers. Denver. Governor Shoup has issued a proclamation in reference to the Ar kansas valley flood sufferers, calling upon the people of the state to com plete a fund of not less than $300,000 "for the purpose of partially rehabili tating these suffering fellow citizens and placing them on the way to self- support." In his proclamation Governor Shoup cited the farts that in Pueblo 7,000 persons are in absolute want, that the flood utterly destroyed 659 homes and wrecked as many more, and that the unusual nature of the tremendous damage to the business and fanning Interests in the Arkansas valley was such as to preclude the possibility of collecting any Insurance. Simultaneously with the issuance of Governor Shoup's proclamation, tho directors of the" Denver Civic and Commercial Association made public a statement in regard to the Pueblo flood catastrophe, calling for "further and substantial responses by the citizens of Denver and Colorado." Fitness for Marriage Test Law Should Include Women as Well as Men By ROSE ROTHENBERG, Assistant District Attorney from the Shoe, keeps the shoe from rub- Ding ana the stockings from wearing, fresh ens the feet, and rtrpvpnta t.irArl anhinn and blistered feet. Women everywhere are constant users of Allen's FootEase. Don't get toot sore, get Allen's FootEase. More than One Million five hundred thousand pounds of Powder for the Feet were used by our Army and Navy durins . 1. n c- 1 .1 i a tuc wo, duiu cvcivwuere. Large English Cathedral. The new cathedral, now being built In Liverpool, England, whflh completed. will be the largest in the country, with seating accommodation for fully 8,000 persons. It was commenced iu 1904. Many Hurt As Bus Tips Over. New Tork. Fifty-two persons were injured two of them perhaps fatally when a sightseeing bus skidded and overturned near Coney Island. Twenty-seven women, numbered among the passengers, suffered shock aud hys teria. ' The accident occurred when the bus chauffeur, John Callahan, made a sharp turn to avoid collision with a touring car. Coincident with the action of the legislature of Wyoming passing a v:n moniafAn, tnf ava-rv malo T-pcirlpnf rf trip fltfltp. flbniit to be Will "aa.iig lutiuumv.j J 1 l(n Koo- hunlunc h married to obtain a certificate from a reputable pnysician ceruiying tnai beoause ti,ey would hate he is physically fit and free from disease, plans are being made to present to bear them a similar bill to the next session of the legislature m New York state. But the proposed laws will go further. "Women as well as men will be required to undergo the eugenic examination and present certificates of physical fitness for marriage. There is just as much reason lor requiring one-of my own sex to submit to a fitness for marriage test as there is for the man. Men are not always the offenders, as my experience as an assist ant district attorney in the Women's Night court and the Domestic Rela tions court has proved. Such a law, in my opinion and that of many other women to whom have spoken, will prevent many unsuccessful marriages. Not alone will it do that, but it will guarantee to the coming generations the birthright which countless thousands of children have been deprived of under our present system. . they hats worse not Use of Poison Gas in World War Child's Play Compared to Future By BRIG. GEN. A. B. FRIES, Chemical Warfare Division The five train service brotherhoodj are to take a referendum vote on ths acceptance or rejection of the wage reduction order of the federal railway labor hoard. Rail union leaders be lieve there will be no strike unless the railway executives Insist on the wip ing out of the present working rules. GHOSTS DO NOT LIKE LOOMS Mar Weaving In English Church and Burning of Incensé Falls to. Oust Them. Can ghosts be driven out of a church by the burning of Incense? Rev. John Bucknlll, curate of Thaxted Church, at P,ralntree, is now attempting to accomplish this diffi cult task. The "ghost" problem has arisen since two hand looms for weav ing church vestments were Installed in a room above the nave of the church. This room was used hundreds of years ago by the priests who sat there to watch and guard the candles burning on the altar. Since the Installation of the looms, however, mysterious sabotage has marred their work. Each night when the warp Is filled and the threads are arranged the loom Is screwed tight and the upper room locked securely. - Each morning the workers rind lhat during the night the threads are disarranged and pulled out and the work has to be done over. Miss Margery Cornthwalte, who Is in charge of the work, believes In the ghost theory. She made the following statement to support her belief. "I have come to the conclusion that the spirits of the old priests who for merly watched Thaxted Church from this priest's chamber do not like the weaving being carried on in their former abode and they are haunting the church." The curate tried to drive the ghosts out by burning Incense In the room, but so far has been unsuccessful. The use of poisonous gas at the end of the World war was a child's game compared to what it will be in the future. The old type cloud gas that required the burying of cylinders in deep trenches, requiring the work of many men for many days to prepare an attack, is obsolete, but the mod ern method is a totally different matter. A new American invention is the toxic smoke candle. It is a solid, safe and foolproof. It may be crushed, smashed, or punctured with bullets cr shells without harm. It is only when a fuse is lighted and a heating mixture is agitated that a gas is given off. The candles may be very light or they may be heavy ; they can be so small as to be carried in a knapsack, or so large as to require the efforts of many men. Its attacks are highly efficient, more than 50 per cent of the total weight being poisonous gas. Then there is a liquid gas, called "Dew of Death." If three drops of this liquid gas be absorbed into the skin, it will cause death in most cases, while smaller quantities will put a man in the hospital. This gas and the common mustard gas, which likewise burns the skin, can be sprinkled from airplanes in practically unlimited quantities. Gordon M. Johnson, Chicago Accountant The contention of its proponents that the universal sales tax would be well received because the people who pay it will not feel it is absurd. No hocus pocus in the world can extract $5,000,000,000 from the pockets of the people of this country in a single year without their being keenly aware of the fact. Comtesse Wandayne de Tolstoy (Eugenie de Primo), Niece of Tol stoy Tolstoy is to blame for Russia's bolshevism. His doctrine of non resistance killed the patriotism of the Russians. His spreading of the theory that prison was preferable to military service Bounded the knd of the Eussian nation as a world power. 1 BACK GIVEN OUT? Is a dull, constant backache slowing you. up: Are you urea ana acny tor tured with sharp, stabbing pains? Do yon find it impossible to De hannv or enjoy your work? 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Forecasts of the coun try's principal farm crops, made by the Department of Agriculture from their July 1 condition, indicate there will be no record-breaking production in any crop, with the possible excep tion of corn. Conditions during June caused a reduction in the production forecasts of every crop as compared with last month's estimates. Death Wins Race With Salmon Packer Seattle, Wash. Capt. L. A. Teder- soii, wealthy Alaska salmon packer, won a race with death recently from Unimak pass, Alaska, to Seattle, but death conquered finally when he died in a hospital after an operation for which he had hastened here. Captain Pederson was taken ill in Unimak pass. He chartered a whaling vessel and sent n wireless message to the Seattle-bound steamer Victoria to pick him up iu midocenn. In Seattle he was rushed to the hospital for the operation. Stomach on Strike 20 Years Eatonic Settled HI Convict, Kidnaper Is Killed by Posse. Hood River, Ore. Luther Fagun. who shot T. J. Miller here and kid naped Miller's wife, daughter and a 10-year-o!d boy named Anderson, was shot and killed by a posseman, after he had been surrounded in a thicket. His prisoners were not injured. Fa gan recently was given a pardon from the state penitentiary, where he was serving a sentence for attacking Miss Louise Watkins, Miller's stepdaughter. "Eatonic Is wonderful," says C. W. Burton. "I had been a sufferer from stomach trouble for 20 years and now I om well." Eatonic gets right after the cause of stomach troubles by taking up and carrying out the acidity and gases and of course, when the cause is removed, the sufferer gets well. If you have sourness, belching, indigestion, food repeating or any other stomach trouble, take Eatonic tablets after each meal and find relief. Big box costs only a trifle with your druggist's guarantee. Skin Tortured Babies Sleep Mothers Rest . After Cuticura Soap 25c, OintBcmt 25 ud 50c,Tlcni 25c W. N. U, DENVER, NO. 29-1921. Finds Cause For Hot Summer. warm weather of the summer is caused by an unusual downpour of meteors on the sun, increasing Its radiation, and effective surface temp erature, in the belief of Trof. T. J. J. See, government astronomer at the Mare Island navy yard. Professor See voiced this belief in n statement Is sued here. He said it was hnsed on extensive research work of recent years. Freezes Feet in Ice Plant. Pittsburg, Pa. Patrick McGrath Is) suffering severely from frost bitten feet here. He works in an Ice plant. After doing some work In the .freezing room, he sat down on some sacks -and fell asleep and nearly froze to death. The fact that he wore a heavy over cout is all that saved his life. The temperature of the room where be slept wus 3 degrees below zero. H wore thin shoes. \n\n Vallejo, Calif. The estraordinarly