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:vt Known for Service Famous for Quality 1.:. ,JV- - (1 . ti - I Our reasonable prices malt ' ' - baying r BOYDIPARK . 'e V.. .ojaasatsw. ' ,At. : " l";-- 4 ll.l . J i .',' If ' I t MAKERS OF JEWELRY d WAJN LEGENDS Hua MUIAJUOTV ;.f OF THE ELEPHANT Art tha Tale Many and Wonderful ' " j :.U i Told Concerning I to Vlrtuoo. and IU Wisdom. Naturally wo talked first about of which bo waa almost at ' cbtldlshly fond as I. But to contrast to niy poor knowledge, bo possessed tbs rich lore of a - man who had not only observed hathl for many years , wUb 4ving Jnterestbut hadalao-Jia-.- HI i l Vtv . '"My. Lo-tu- $1 CI l'T I i : . J .. -- r Men of the British 1 First photograph of Vllllsta prisoners,.taken ny United Staef troops In Mex1co- -2 royal air forces at work on the moorings on, Roosevelt field, Mlaeola, Lo L for the great British dirigible 4 which was scheduled to make the trip across the Atlantic. 3 Bunderland House, London, the seat of the League ' " of Nations committee until pernianent'headqunfter are established lo Geneva, Swltserlund. " : com- menteduporu . . . sj CUMlEilT EVENTS Treaty at Signing of the Peace . . . ...Or ; d Versailles Brings the World War to a Close. The-- recalcitrant spirit of the Gee-mans, exhibited Itself In various wsys during the. week, and the several fac tions took advantage of the conditions each In Its own' manner. The radicals and . the mobs that always support them turned Berlin into a Bedlam, rioting and plundering and fighting the troops that were sent; to suppress sue-cens- EX-CRO- FEIIiCE RETURNS ull i Coiinter-Revolutio- n "Frea Ireland Agitation Inoreas- Ing In United SUtes. ; ; : ' : By COWARD W.'PICKARD. The peace treaty with. Germany was signed Saturday, June 28, and the world war officially came to a close Just five years to a day after the event that precipitated the mighty conflict, the assassination of the Austrian grand duke at Sarajevo,- - The ceremony was - performed in the Hall of Mirrors at Versa illea with a . stately dignity the most notable event of the kind to all .history. After the. repre- wntaaves or tne slued ana awaiDAME; NATURE'S LITTLE JOKE ted powers had taken their places In the hall and the privileged spectators sere In their seats, the German dele-rateOld Lady, Seems te Have Played Mueller, Leinert and Bell, were In Arranging Some CIU ashered liv M. Oemenceau, without Conditions. . j making a speech, declared the meeting open and, as president of the peace Nature plays a cruel Jok la the difference of altitude of ladia and Tibet conference, first signed the '. treaty. Had they been reversed one would President Wilson next attached his have aald that tt was a providential, id me and Premier Lloyd George came arrangement The traveler who crosses Mxt One hundred and sixteen other the Himalayas from Cashmere has to representatives Of nations opposed to climb nearly twice as much as the travGermany then signed the document and last of all the German delegates eler who comes from the north, because while India averages only per- were called up to attach their names. haps 100 feet above sea level, Tibet The . entire ceremony took several .. ... hours, ,. averages 12.000 feet, and for this reason Is called the Boot of the World. Gustav Bauer, having succeeded Now, bad India had this, elevation, Scheldemann as premier, urged the south of the mighty range of the Himalayas, and thus shielded from the Germans to abide by the vote of the oatlonal assembly, accept the peace north, as well as nearer to the equator, her climate would probably have terms and endeavor to carry them out been as temperate as Britain, and one nd to try to hold the country togethof the healthiest la the world. While er. At the same time. In fiery words, had Tibet lata as low aa India,. In, be denounced the treaty "this mockery stead of being the dreariest, most In--, of this enslavement of the German people, this; new hospitable of lands. It would, by reason of Its latitude, be one of the most menace to the peace of the world." habitable countries la the world.1 , His-- words were echoed, by the. Hun prsa. and the Hun orators, and many Swallowed a Pet Chameleon. - ' y fere the' open; assertions that Four years ago I purchased a chamethe treaty only1 under 'accepted leon at the Wakefield fair. T. 11. Sidcompulsion, looking on It as another' ney writes la Boston Evening Tran"scrap of paper," and awaiting only script The little fellow made himself the chance to violate It and to get , t home among our house plants and ., , t ; i .1 1 kept them clean of bugs ; hs became tame and answered to the name of , AH . week the- - Hun government Mickey. ' The tiny llxard would come for someone who would con-lesought whoa we called him; aad he kept tbt to be the "goat" and attach his plants free from bugs and the house asms to the pact First 'Hanlel von On warm of flies. days Mickey Halmhansen,' secretary of the peace " dear would crawl out onto the plazas' and was selected, but be was sun himself. One day my neighbors allegation, too unimportant to suit the alHea, and flock of.gulups hens wandered, around, he declined. - finally Dr. Hermann my house, and. although Mickey had Uoeller, foreign minister; Herr Leln-r- t changed his color to that of the plasaa and Doctor Bell, minister of boa.Js, the sharp-eye- d guineas spied were named to sign the treaty him' and made a rash, aad before my md the - unthankful task, accepted pet could escape one of the guinea In Versailles by Satqr-la- y be to hens swallowed him. I Complained of promising : ' t morning. the guineas to my, neighbor, but he It fell to the lot of Halrobauen said his guineas were too well bred to forInvade any one's premises; and that to i' notify M. Clemenenceau of decision of the the mally govern were and Usards . furthermore, r reptiles . ment to accept tha treaty, and In the Sot fit for house pet a. course of his note he remarked with unconscious humor "No act of vioClrls. Me Preferred Why WUlard Is fond of playing with sev- lence" can touch the honor of the 'Ger eral little girls In the neighborhood man people" as If anything could' and. on being questioned regarding touch a thing so Illusive, not to say preference for glrla. remarked : "Well, aonexlstent were a thing as GerIf such do, there like the boys the girls never Cght man the violence of the .Gerhonor, srgue." only they mans themselves would have touched It twice the other day. First when Uensse Foucht a Motarear. war The East African Standard describes tne crews or tne surrendered ' a duel between a motorcar and a lion ililpe-- sank them In Reaps Flow, anil. ess. The affslr, It says, hsppened at tecond, when a mob took from a munight near Nairobi. The chauffeur seum and burned the captured French act J a commotion In the Bush nesr sags oi lea wmcn uermany wa the rood, then the gleaming eyes of sa pledged to return to France. In these enraged, wild animal He accelerated acts they are. accused of violating both the armistice and the treaty and his speed at 'the Instant the Hones wss will be celled to sccounf, hood and the struck She Atw. the leaped. thrown 'fsr In advance of the carl illles,' or tt least the French, will de whose wbecls then passed over her mand reparation for the destruction The dead lioness was finally loaded of the war vessels, The surrender of into the car end taken back to ths those vessels wb part of the price town In trluuuh.Frora Outlook. Fa-vorlt-es s, ... , " Ger-man- jo-reng-e. j . nt col-xle- a, . . . , 1 - Bloody Rioting In Berlin and Hamburg Strong Indications of a Military six-raye- paid by Germany for the. armistice, thet.the Germans do. that, which jthey. had fact that tbey, apparently paMiho settle, wliat might hava f developed Into a dispute among , the allied nations as to the disposition of,, the ships does pot mitigate the crime. The flag Incident,, small In itself, was characHun. teristic oi the . them. Shops were pillaged and clti-serobbed by armed bands of marauders, while agitators incited them to further outrages. , At last accounts the battle was still going on and barricades had. been erected In the streets. In Hamburg, too, there were bloody riots In which many persons were killed.' Representatives of the Industrial councils seised the political and military power there, , but Gen., yon Lettow-Vorbec- k was sent with strong , forces toTrestore order. ' Vj jnllltaryclrcles fJnJEterlln lt was asserted that as soon' as a' real communistic revolt was started there The would be a Junkers snd militarists' everywhere were laying plans to regain control of the country on the expected early fall of the present government tend, there was a story that Hindenburg was to be the leader of an Independent Prussia that would defy the allies and the rest of Germany. The . Poles Intercepted messages that revealed a plot to reopen the war on the eastern front with the secret Support of the government at Berlin. The peace conference thought this Of sufficient Importance to warrant the sending of a note to President Ebert warning him that his government would be held strictly responsible for unofficial support of any movement against Polish authority In the territory given Poland in Posen and East and West Prussia. ' The bluff that Germany would "go bolshevik" If not treated leniently Is no longer heard. - Much greater Is the probability that she wilt revert to her natural condition of autocracy and, stewing In the bitterness of her defeat, devote herself to schemes of revenge. On Thursday the news reached Paris that the former crown prince had escaped from Holland and entered Germany with members of his staff. This, together with the report that the former kaiser Intended to return. o Germs ny as soon as the treaty was signed, aroused great interest In pence conference circles, . The sentiment in Germany In favor of William has revived markedly, but; there la little fear that the reactionary elements will rally around bis unpopular eldest '. son. r If the civilised nations of the world have , learned the., lesson., they will take the sd!ce of Clemenceau: ."Be careful; keep your powder dry." the Hfer,'' ' baring -- seen the day for which he says ho waited forty-nin- e years, has announced bis early retirement to private life. He has greatly accomplished ,a great task. ns counter-revolutio- n. - opponents of the League of Nations In that body almost to abandon hope of its defeat but enough of them still demand the amendment of the covenant to prevent .its ratification as It stands. Senator Borah Is unremitting In his fight against both the covenant and the treaty, attacking them on every occasion. In talking against the proposed American army of 40V 000 men he said the league covenant offers no hope of disarmament, but Instead makes certain : an era of the greatest armaments the world has ever seen. The senate passed the bill, which carries an army appropriation of 1888,000,000. The bill as passed bf the house provided Jot 800,000 men and appropriated $718,000,000, VTbe house majority In opposing the larger temporary army is seeking to hasten the entire reorganization of the army and the adoption of a permanent military policy. The naval bill presented to the senate also is larger than that passed by the house, carrying an ap propriation' of $04672,000 and ' In creasing the personnel to 101,000 men. Plans for President Wilson's speech- mnktng tour In support of the treaty and League of Nations covenant are not yet completed, but It' Is said he certainly will go as far as to the Pacific coastf His return to America will notbe macbr longer delayed, and aa soCd a he has spokten In Washington and New York ho 'will start on his trip." The opposition senators also are arranging tours in which, tt Is understood, they will both precede and fol -- ; low the president: LiLbT,MNeiaLil)by " Chicago fcaiasH MS M . . r'Sziv UnJ. - flavor of Iibby's Beef ait frequently R-3- and, Jq. sinking libeVately stole S.i ........ K- The tenderness md Hilly. L HEWS REVIEW OF ' : .. :heo - 'f 'I tened to the tales of mahout and shl- ' karl from 8!ara to Ceylon.' Ha poured out a hundred gifts from an apparently Inexhaustible store. - Hs told of - "round the wild upa" In Burm, herda are driven Unto gigantic corrals to betamedi for the service of puny man. Then, turning to the names bestowed by doting mahouts on the colossal darlings, ns pointed out that la this nomenclature of affection or Lily or Pearl was only a white even Silver Star and ' Golden Joy 'seemed Inadequate. Folk tales,; loo, he repeated," among them the narrative of the wise elephant that lined to be sent out from a certain city the morning after the king's death to bring back In Its bejeweled howdah the man it bad chosen as to the throne. Finally, Just as we! were leaving the bank of the stream, he spoke of the part played by the elephant In the story of htm who became the Light? of Aaia. Before the . birth of Gautama, destined to be the savior of mankind, his mother dreamd ed that a Mar from heaven entered her right side, and of this stnr the token was a white elephant with sit perfect tusks. Again, In the prophetic vision of his fsther, the second Fear was ten huge silver-tuske- d elephants, signifying the ten great gifts, of wisdom, In strength whereof ' the prince should shake the world. In Buddha's middle years an.4 enemy sought to take his life by sending agslnst hint a raging' elephant, but the animal recognised the good head of the "Venerable Omniscient One" and stood In peaceful adoration before" the divine person. Al Magazine. ; fT f y .. ' U a tt, ' .if--- ' . i I At 'xJSi feCggi r.. sgsnayj AfWrr cr " vviSunday t At a recent buriv on vis iviissi " school eniertaln- mcnt one o the primary pupils posed la a tableau a? the "Infant SamueL" In a surplice, at his ' teacher's knee, hands clasped as lit In prayer, the ef fect twould have been most reverent It Billy, the "Infant Samuel's" partner in marbles, had not been holding forth on the front seat, la the hush that followed- - the raising of the curtain ' 5 Billy eaidr " ' ' :"PraylhMkut that swell agate of mine you went and Copped, are you 7" - . . What some public speakers need.lt better terminal facilities. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES. . ' Allen'! Foots Ems, th antiseptic powder to M snsKsn into tne snoes ana sprmsisa In ths It rellsves painful, swollen, smarting feet and takes tha stlns out of corns ana bunions. Allen's Foot Esse Is a certain relief for sweating, callous, tlrea. whlnr feet, and makes walking a foot-bat- delight. Adv. Bold everywhere. Trohnbly the majority of clergymen are poor .because they preach without notes. - Buy a Farm Now. ... lead Is cheaper than h wlll-evbe asaln. Tbe U. a RaUroad AdmloUrt ratios la prepared to fnrnlah tree Inlormatloa to kameaeekera Tesardlnc armlns oppoKuaV We have Botblas to aeUj no money who rode Into town every ..day on thp ttea. land: only Information to ive. Write me wltk reference to your aeeda. Name 843. 'But he Used to call It the 7:73. the fUyatate yon want to learn about J. U He said It made him feel more vir Edward Maaaser, AfrtcaHurml Section, Admmlatratlon. Roea It, tuous." From "The "Haunted Book V. a Railroad Wnahinsfoa, IX C ndv. . f shop," by Christopher, Morley.Jn the to You Know 'Em, Too. It's .funny how we hate to face realties. I know a commuter once Beeaoee ef ii June "Bookman." .r Military Tactics. And then there a the chap who sefs Mother Do you want any macaroni his clock half an hour ahead at night for dinner? ' so he can turn over. In the mornlnp Returned Soldier No,' thanks; If s and get m extnMwia, too hard to mobilise. ,4 'Vvl'.. "' "' - Playliifl'ttf 7 ... 'fJp .' . h. " Acts Up to His Name, Also." W qnlet enough Ordlnar- but wmelmwllector8 for harl-tab- le lly." g purposes dread to go near him.". v ' I guess he acts like a bear then be old chap. 3Jfe.T424---- ... cause he s foxy.", . , . . . Robson But such a big Teward will brute-bacand the certainly bring v Annoyed Blister. '' then you'll look Jolly slck'.V liDobson Dont worry, my boy. The : !!Je " on Blister, tuther dny,7 re my boy benst won't come back. Ton see, I lated Gap Johnson of Rumpus IUdge. The' agitation In th's country In be- drowned It myself. Boston Post ' "He was fooling around under a. tree half of "Free Ireland" Is increaaing, to when next it began rain, and the; and the movement has reached such Snobless Land. , The earl of Dunmore said at a fare- thing a bolt of lightning tore S big ; proportions that It cannot be Ignored. limb offm the tree and slammed U . The propaganda is carried on ener well dinner in New Tork; on Blister. You ort to, bare down and and the governgetically openly "Democracy does away with snob ment could dot do anything to check bishness. I called one afternoon on a beered him r'ar and cuss as he dug It if It - would. Eamonn De Valera, Chicago lady, and her little son was his way out from under it. Made him "president of Jhe Irish Republic," who presented to me. The urchin studied madder than a scalded cat, to be fit has been in America for several weeks me curiously as I drank my tea. At by something he couldn't fight back i at" Kansas City Star. t visiting Washington and other cities, length he said: " 'Why are you a lord, mister? Was has emerged from his privacy and Is Tha Rebuffa, publicly working for the Independence you born In a manger?" of his country and arranging for a ' Bishop Flipper said in a brilliant adbond Issue of $5,000,000. lie gave out The Style Nowadays. dress lu Atlanta: the text of a letter his "government" Knlcker "Has Smith made up with . "The minister who tries to build up sent to the peace conference warning his wife?" Bocker "Yes, but of his congregation by strenuous .work, It that Ireland would not be bound course he doesn't know on what e work, must of tours by any treaty signed in Its behalf by terms." expect a rebuff now and then. English commissioners. His main pur"I know a young minister who was Peace U for the horse in the barn rebuffed by a little girl. She cam to pose )n coming to the United States Is to compel our government by force not for the thief outside the win. the door In answer to his ring, looked of public opinion, to recognise official dow. bun up and down, and sald- i- zil ly the Irish republic In the senate ""Mother Is suited with a minister, he has a number of supporters who Ton can purchase a man's labor, thank you. assert the principle of pot you've got to cultivate his good "Then she shut the door in his face tion should apply to such countries ss wQL Detroit Free Press. Ireland, India, Egypt and Korea as to the countries of central well Euroie. - At least they declare, these people should have the chance to present theln claims, to Independence to the peace conference. The. American task peace delegation, .was taken-to for not complying with the resolution of the senate requesting the president to procure a hearing for the Irish RobsonWhy dre you offeVlngt,'tmcii a thumping ' blgr reward ' for - ;that wretched-lookincat of your wife's?- Dobson Only to please the 'wife. j "Meanlelgh jui . , k, ; - ; house-to-hous- When You re Iireti representatives The great sympathy strike In Wlnnl peg came to an end Thursday, being called off by the strike committee. The terms of settlement were left to a On commission. the government whole the strike was a failure." Chicago and New Tork' both had serious and embarrassing labor trou bles last week. In the former city the Austria will follow Germany's lead street cleaners, garbage and ash hanand accept the terms Imposed on It, dlers and Job foremen and the teamend Italy's new government headed sters and chauffeurs working for the by Nlttt has given assurance of Its city and on city jobs went on strike, adherence to the treaty prepared. Dis- and many other city employees made patches from Vienna said a political, demands for more pay. In New Tork rapprochement waa materialising be a strike of' teamsters almost deprived tween" Italy and Austria, especially the city of Its supply of vegetables attd concerning Tyrol. At home Nltt' Is fruits. having a hard row to hoe, his political An Interesting Innovation waa the opltonents. especially the nationalists organisation of a labor union of navy h ended by D'annunslo, attacking him officers, begun In the Atlantic fleet fiercely for his attitude on the Adrifor the purpose of obtaining Increased atic question. pay and other concessions from the Bulgaria remains to he dealt with, government It Is planned to affiliate and so does Turkey. The latter has with the American Federation of La not helped her cause any by ber recent bor and to extend the union to Include actions. Strong bodies of Turklh sol- the Pacific fleet and the European and diery have attacked the Greek forces Astatic squadron. A clause In the la Asia Minor and forced them back nsvy regulations virtually forbids the toward the coast. Of course" Greece formation of such orgsnltatlona, but has made protest and so far as Is the facts that their pay hss not been known the Turks hsve not explained Increased since 1908 and that the their action, , , commutation of quarters to officers at now Is In danger of being cut off Slowly chsnglng sentiment In the mum rent ly bare made the officers de I'nlted States senate hss cauncd the fiant of the rule, 1 .;, and need the of a well-flavore- full-bodi- ed mvfeora-tid- n d, hot cup, r - ;r there's nothing superior to Cereali Delicious and healthful, it supports and cheers with its refreshing goodness, and it is an ceo nomical table drink as well, ' At Grcccn. Tro sizes, usually zzll ct 15c end ETc HWvvitmMvMiMHffvm V.