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t V- ' THE BINGHAM NEWS &mmm'w,KmMwmii!!$ "" imw win c. 'I i in ii i. w--f-f , , - v 1 m - o ITPV,? J ft "ill I i 1 i I 4 LI I A I lfrnyrna and it8 harbor from which Turkey has ordered all allied warships to depart. 2 German train in t the manned by French troops who are trying to break the strike ofrail workers. 3 Mr. T. Q. Winters, I' , preoident of the Federation of Women's Clubs, whoea statsment that 250,033 had been effereo her U ; ,' CMtain bill support before congress, will be Investigated by congress. !. , I against intervention In European mat-ter- Is closely and absorbingly Inter-ested In this question. We have hud Indications from time to time that she may move. or less Inconsequential debate, amendment, offered by itohlnson of Arkansas, was accepted, limiting the present legislation to the agretment with (ireat I'.rltaln aud providing that NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Franco-Germa- n Ccntsst Grows , More Intense arj Britain May Break Entani2. LIBERALS LOOK TO AMBtlCA Prospects In Near East Are Slightly Improved Pork Darrel Ssnators housed by President's Opposi tionInvestigation of the Vet-erans' Bureau Is Probable. ' J By EDWARD W. PICKAHD THE senate has adopted I , submitting to the t states a constitutional amend- - i $' ment under the provisions of j which the President and vice 0 president would be Inaugurated t J tho third Monday In January 0 after their election, and the newly elected congress would t begin functioning the first Mon- - J day. In January, Does this plan 4 $ to make the government almost 4 j! 0 Immediately retponsible te the ' will of the voters meet with your approval? I should be hopeful as regards the value of her Intervention, and If intervention does not tuke place or cannot through the league, or If It U Impossible to Invoke the league at this stage, do not let It be thought that I for a moment deprecate the Idea of International action to solve the prob-lem. I think It only can be solved by International action sooner or later." That Secretary Hughes' plan for u commission of experts to report on reparations Is not uead. was shown by the action of the two wings of the Liberal party In parliament. They agreed on an amendment' to the ad-dress from the throne reading In part: "And humbly represent to your majesty that Inasmuch as the future peace of Europe cannot be safeguard-ed nr the recovery of reparations by the operations of the French and i'cl-gla- n governments In the Uuhr, It Is urgently necessary to seek effective securities against aggression by In-ternational guarantees under the League of Ts'ntlons and to Invite the council of the league without delay to nppolnt a commission of experts to report upon the capacity of Ger-many to pay reparations and upon the best method of elfectlng such pay-ments, and that In view of the recent Indications of willingness on the part of the government of the United States of America to participate In a confer-ence to this end, the Drltlsh repre-sentative on the council of the leag.ie sltould be Instructed to urge that an congress and not the 1'resident shall approve of other funding arrung-meiit- s. DETERMINATION of a majority ot $:(1.000,UK ex-pended on river and harbor Improve-ments may possibly lead to the call-lu- g of an extra session of congress after March 4. in order that the uiiny appropriation bill may be passed. President Harding, uccurding to ver-acious reports, thought he had dis-covered a wuy to circumvent the pork barrel brigade and planned to Instruct the Department of War to spend no more than the $'.'7,000,000 which the budget bureau recommeuded, and to turn the balance buck to the treas-ury. This made the pork senators ex-ceedingly ungry und they let It be known that they would organize a filibuster and prevent the puasage of the army bill unless they received sat-isfactory assurances that the eutire $;U,000,UX) would be expended. Sena-tor Caraway of Arkansas was the recognized bead of the crowd making this threat, lie asserted In the sen-ate that the 'resident vvns making a hi ufT in order to win votes for the Drltlsh debt settlement aud the ship subsidy measure, Secretury of War Weeks said that President Harding had given no di-rections regarding the expenditure of money appropriated for rivers und harbors. "That would not be necessnrs." said TN TIIK face of Increasing opposition from the (Jcrtnans, the French nre j 1 displaying a corresponding Increasing I determination to have their wuy in the , Kuhr. Moreover, they biRt week let Great Itrltaln know that they wished " her either to to a certain extent or get out of her way. Min!s-- ; ter of Public Works e Trocquer sud General I'ayot, In charge of commun-ications In the Ithlneland, went to lm-do- n to ask that the Drltish turn over to the French a strip of the occupied ter-ritory In order to cotitol the direct mil route for coal from the Uuhr. The wus rather embarrassing to the F.rltlsh government, which cannot t rauke up Its mind whether or not t withdraw Its troops entirely fnm the Ithlne. It Is believed such withdrawal I I would he ordered at ouce were It not for the fear thnt the Immediate result would be the settlno. up of a buffer I J etafe there with the support of the ! French. General (iodlev, enmmand- - ' j Ing the Drltlsh at Colgate, favors re-- I mnlnlng there as long as possible for f j this reason only. It Is said that In ; 1 a recent report to Pown'tig street J j Codify pointed out the Impossible mlll- - : ' tnry position of the Drltlsh on the . Ilhlne through Mr. Donnr Law's re- - ptidlatlon of the French policy on warned the cabinet that the : ' r.rltlsh forces were liable to be mixed ' v. In the French nnd German clashes, If thpy became widespread, nnd drew at- - ' J tentlon to the fact that the French , I were llkrly at any time to violate the j Drltlsh r.one by transporting poMus " J across It. MIMSTHU DONAH LAW PKIMU Lord Curzou, In the pallia-- i inent debutes on the king's speech. both expressed disapproval if the French policy. Mr. Donar Law said the Diltlsh troops might have to be recalled ut any hour and that this meant the almost ceitaln rupture of the entente. He told of the London nnd Paris conferences, saying that k from the first be suw It would be Im possible to Hgrce with Fiance, be-ta use the French themselves hud two alms which were Incompatible. They wanted money, but they feared to al-low Germany to become strong enough to pay. They were determined from tho first t. scire the Kuhr. although they were going to g,'t nothing out of It, but because French public opinion would be satisfied with nothing les. On the question of reparations the yrlme minister said the French feared ! t tlx any sum which the Germans 1 would be able to pn.v off In " reasoti- - Me time, fear'ng they would then be aKo to prepare for a war of revenge. Marquis Curon, addressing the certain that the lcrd, was equally I rem-l- i policy Is unsound, and ih'Sed Ills thos: "America, strong us her views are Invitation be extended to the American government to appoint experts to serve upon the commission." OCCUPATION of more Germnn French, the prohi-bition of shlmients of manufactured products from the Kuhr to other parts of Germany, arrests of many olllclals for defiance of French orders, and de-cisive steps toward the oiterntion of trains by French crews marked the week lu the occupied region. First Iteckllngt'suae snd tlien Gelsenklr-- i ben declared complete strikes against the French, and the latter town wus lined one hundred ml IIkm marks for violation of military orders und be-cause of a clash In which two French soldiers were wounded. Itefusjil to pay the fine resulted In the arrest of the leading bankers of the place. The boycott of the French all over the Kuhr grew more effective daily, nnd the retaliatory measures Increased In severity. The French ordered all relch and state ofllclals to stay out of the Kuhr because the visits of some had resulted In stirring up more trouble. The I'.erlln government de-cided to test this order by sending two cabinet members Into the terri-tory. The outcome is not known at this writing. One of the latest of General orders was that the 10 0O0 German security po'lee In the occupied region should be disarmed. InslMs Unit her decision TUKKF.Y the ports of Smyrna and ismld to allied warships Is irrevoc-able und that the vessels there must leave at once, nnd the harbors are being thickly sown with mines. I'.ut up to date the warships have not de-parted, nor have they been II red on. Constantinople Is still optimistic, be-lieving an agreement will be reached soon, though each side Is waiting for the other to take the Initiative for renewal of the peace negotiations. Turkey baa culled out more classes and It Is said the authorities at Adrian-opl- e have ordered all the old men. women and children lo vacate the city as a precautionary measure. Mustapha Kemal nnd Ismet Pasha presumably Hre In Angora by this time, and It Is believed they would exert a pacifying Influence on the National assembly and that the danger of hostilities was growing more remote. The Drltlsh government has ugreed to make the concessions which the French delegate offered I" Ismet after Lord Curon left Lausanne, and the allies are will-In- ; - yield on certain other points, so the signing of a peace treaty may not be very long deferred. TIIK L'nlted Stales senate parsed Di'liWi debt funding h'll on Friday ufier several days of mure Secretary Weeks. "I saved a large amount of money last year on the war department appropriation but I had no specific order from he President to do so. The fact that the war depart-ment engineers told congress, as re-quired by law, that they could ex-pend $.'iG,0OO.0tO this year on river and harbor Improvements, Is In do sense a recommendation that thl.i amount should be expended." ON MOTION of Senator Walsh of Massachusetts the senate adopted a resolution citing churges of waste, extravagance and mismanagement made against the veterans' bureau and directing the special committee which Investigated the treatment of disabled men In 1!I'J1 to report m the advisability of Instituting a new In-quiry Into the nffiilrs f the bureau. For some time a shukettp In the affairs of the bureau have been expected, and It Is ttelievcd In Washington thst this Is now st bund. It was heralded by the resignation of tMonel Forbes, tho director, who la now In Kurope. Prob-ably be will lie succeeded by either Col. George K. I.lams. assistant direc-tor, or Or. I.. It. Itogers, now In charge of the medical division. US. MAK HI.LI:n KOLAN of San KM Francisco was sworn In Isst Mq. day to succeed her late husband. Con-gressman John I. Nolan. She Is the third woman member of the present house. Her election was also ! the next congress, of which she Is now the only woman inember elect. ACCOr.IUNG lo a resolution Faclst council In Koine presided over by Premier Mussolini, "A mail cannot be 11 Fascist and a Mason at the same time. The Faclst who belong to a Masonic lodge must resign from either one 01 the other organization." The reason for this stand Is that the Masonic orders in Italy are largely political nt1 Fascism does nut admit of any othc political power which has been organized Into a secret party. Moreover, the Italian Masons are too much Internationalists to salt the Fasclstl. who are The bend of t'le Scottish Kite Masons of Italy Is Count Paienul. and he has iimUimI all Its ineui'iers to obey the Fascist order for the good of the country. the entire count rv ALMOST last week fro ,1 the coldest cold wave of the win er. Sub-zer-temperatures and Icy pales preal!''d and train service In thr northwest was demoralized for severcl days. In the such a huge Instituthvi and Its affairs are so complicated Hint to pas unv on lis tufinagemeiit In of H romplotf Inquiry wmlil It worse than foolish Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It Applicants for Insurance Often Rejected. Judging from reports from druggists who are constantly in direct touch wilh the public, there i on?! preparation thnt hns been very successful in overcoming these conditions. The mild and healing iidluenee of l)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t is oon renlir.cd. It stands the highest for its remnrkiilile record of success. An examining physician for one of the prominent Life Insurance Companies, in nn interview on the subject, made the as-tonishing statement thnt one reason why o many applicants fcr insurance are re-jected is lv:uie kidney trouble is so common to the American people, and the large majority of thoe whose application are declined do not even ct that they have the disease. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp. Root is on sale at all drug stores in bottles of two si?e. medium and large. However, if you wish first to test this (rreat preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., llinghamlnn. N. Y., for a sample bottle, When writing be sura and mention this paper. Advertisement. Ward Off GRIP "J AND . FLU By checking your Coughs Colds with FOLEY'S EtlablithtJ 1KB Refuse) Substitutes SAME EYES C&ANIOATED LIDS Weak eyes made strong. Satisfying results, guaranteed or your money refunded Send $1.00 for thia guaranteed treatment Ida-Re- al Remedy Co. 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Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- - lovely children threa fine boys and pound to my friends andyou cancer-- the little girl six years old. I bad tainly use my testimonial in your lit-- longed for children all the while and tie boo'ta snd it. the newspapers, as wept many n day and envied every It might help to malts some other women with a child. I was 86 years childless home happy by the presence old when rr.y first bary wss born. I of little ones as it has done mine." recorr rrerd Lydia E.Fir.kham'i Vet Mrs. Claude P. Canfikld, 10 Sails-- etable Con-poun- d to uny woman who Lury SL, Cortlnnd, N. Y. is ailing with female weakness." . Mrs. J.Na t.MAKN, 1017 Benton S-t- A Message to Mothers fcL Louis, Mo. Hamilton. Ohio. "I have known iv.. Weak and Ru Down shout Lydia E. Pinkh8m's Vegetable Compound since girlhood, having St Louis, Mo. " My mother took tkn it when I was younger and suf- - Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Com- - fering from a weakness and back- - pound when I was a girl, and when I ache. Lately I lave taken it spsln was troubled with cramps I took It, to strengthen me before the birt h of and later when I married I again took my child, as I wss troubled with pnlns It to make me strong as the doctor In my back and a lifeless, weak feel- - said I was weak and run down and Ing. I think If mothers would only could not have children. I took it snd take your wonderful medicine they pot along line and now I have three) would notdread childbirth as thev do. plrU. So you know why 1 keep the I recommend the Vegetabln Com- - Compound in the house. I am a well pound to avery woman." Mrs. Jos. woman and do my work and sewinfj Falcoin, Jr , 652 Im 11th Street, fcio."-- Mr. Julius Hartman, Hamilton, Ohio. V. Dodier iit, EL Louia, Mo. J10Kl.a Cutlitu.M. IhK Spohn's Distemper Compound tn broak Ihs courh snl ihem buck In vondluon. Thirty years' usb hs rr.Rrt "HKIHN'S" ImllsiK-nnahl- In trtallns Coughs snd Colds, Influents nd Ilitmpr with their rwultlns; com. plications, and all dlsissi of the threat, noi and lunga. Acta marvtlnurly as a prevtntlv; acts squally wall aa a cms. Sole la two sizes at all drug stores. BI OHN MKDICAt. COMl'AXY COSIIEN, INDIANA bordered StMacli I jp Take a rood dose of Carter's Little liver Pills f rAnTifjrycl then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. I UAsf I Hat O You will relifn your meals without fear of trouble to I T"J ITTLE follow. Million? of all ages take them for Biliousness, 1 Ij I V EL R Dizziness Sick Headache. Upset Stomach and for Sallow, I Si PILLS Pimply. Blotchy Skin. 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"Tanlac was so well suited to my case that It has only taken three bot-tles, half of the full treatment, to restore me to perfect health. It makes me so happy to be without an ache, pnln or trouble of any kind that I go about my work humming and singing, 1 Just can't help rej Icing over what Tanlac has done for me." Tonlac Is for sale by all good drug-gists. Over 35 million bottles sold. Advertisement. This May Happen Some Day. "I we wlu-r- e a Jii(lg hud u culprit before him who acknowledged thnt he assaulted the plaintiff, but he got off with n mild rebuke." "What won his honor's sympathies?" "The culprit caught a musical com-ed- y actor otitsld.' of a theater and made him admit that there nre other streets In the world besides old I'.rond-way,- " Ulniiln'-'hn- Ace-Heral- His Occupation. "Howdy, Gap I" saluted nn acquaint-ance. "Keen to town latelj?" "Well p'tu no; not to say right lately," replied Gap Johnson of liuinpus Kldgc. "I was there atoiit n week ago. 'sorter stomping holes la the sldewulk." Kansas City Star. HAD "MRS. GRUNDY" IN MIND It Is to Be Feared There Are Many In America Like This Fooiich Young Wife. George F. r.akrr, the New Tork financier and philanthropist, who has Just given 11,1X10,000 to the Metro-politan museum. Is very much opposed to the American sin of extravagance. "Sometimes," said Mr. linker nt n recent dinner party, "the American man is driven to extravagance by his wife. "'Deflation be darned!' young Mrs. Drown suld to her hushnnd one morn-ing. 'If we move Into that cheiip house In the suburbs what will our friends think r "'I don't care what they think, said Mr. Drown. 'It's the only thing to do unless we want to run hopelessly Into debt. Desldes, It's a comfortable little Joint fnr more comfortable than this noisy flat." " 'Yes, thnt's Just like you men,' snld Mrs. Drown bitterly. 'As long as you're comfortnhlp. and can pay every wretched little bill as quick as It comes In. you don't care what the world thinks.' " Movies That Are Really Safe. A movie picture show In the hornet by the old of n machine which bus no ' more to do with lights or Intluiumahlo thing than a typewriter or a sewlnj machine. Is an accomplished fact. The movlescope, the Invention of nn . KngllKhman, throws pictures 011 to Its marvelous mirror simply by means of ordinary daylight or the artificial light ixmI to Illuminate the room. The pictures are seen with extraor (Unary clearness. It depends on th viewer who Is nlso the operator whether the picture Is a slow-motio- n affair or one of normal movement. Off Alice What sort of n girt Is she? Virginia Oh, . she's one of r those who ure glad long skirts are buck. There Is inore resentment In being footed by a good-hearte- man than by a "slick" one. ' Dest Judges of human nature would rather make money out of It than make of It. Spore hours are the shortest of the busy nmn's day. VICTIM OF HIS OWN ERROR American Tourist Really Had No Right to Complain of Extortion, Under the Circumstances. "Ambassador Herrlck," said a re-turned tourist, "told me In Purls that good deal of the extortion we tourists complain about Is due to misunderstandings. "He Instanced .he case of n tourist In Drussels who gut on n tramcnr to make the whole Jrurney round the exterior boulevards. When the con-ductor asked him where he wanted to go he said: "'Toute le Joutnee.' "He thought that this meant. The whole Journey,' but It really meant. 'All day long'; and so the conductor, puttlnir 1 11 down as nn ecientrlc, gave hint 15 tickets and charged him 15 francs. "Fifteen francs! What an extor-tion I The tourist 'rom that day on couldn't knock Kurope and European grafters hard enough." Britain's Arable Area Reduced. The amble area of Great Itrltaln since 1018 lias been continuously re-duced. Land now under the plow Is nut much greater In extent than Imme-diately before the war, according to a report from the board of agriculture. The total urea under crops and gram showed less change In 1'.'-h- .' than for several years past, the figures being SO.lK.Ti.OOO acres In l!r2, against In 10'l. The arable area, bow-eve- r, was reduced by Jiosooo acres, while the permanent grass urea wus Increased bv 189.000 acres. Habit Clings. One of the clubs elected ns secre-tary the credit man of a store. After the oflhers bad been Installed they were asked to speak. The president nnd vice president spoke, Imping for the success of the club under their iidmlnlstrutlon. Then It was the credit man's turn. "You'll son hear from me." he Mid. "It's Just time for our annual dues to be paid. Your statements will lie mailed to ynu nnd please remit as warn as poslble." Cclipse of the Moon. When the moon passes Into the shadow enst by the earth (which ex-tends In the direction opposite to the sun) It Is eclipsed, for then the direct light of the sun Is shut "IT. If thro were no such word ns fall some unscrupulous man would soon Invent one. A mnn soon in'ts usd to the d!s-- j trut be ti list o' himself.