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Belleville Telescope And Belleville Freeman (Newspaper) - November 20, 1919, Belleville, Kansas J.EVILLE THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER AND BELLEVILLE FREEMAN LARGEST GUARANTEED CIBOK' LATION IN REPUBLIC COl^^T^ --� ------.....---- . - -......^^^^Mt * - - ' Four ConaolidationB! The Belleville Telescope, "^Hr , 1870. The Belleville Freeman.Established 1878; The Munden Progress, Established 1905; The Munden Press, Established 1910. 50TH YEAR BELLEVILLE, REPUBLIC COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1919. NUMBER 11. CUT THE PEACE "STRINGS' Senate, 46 fo 33, Adopts Am-ertcemization Reservation to Covenant. Washington, Nov. 13.-Disregarding - President Wilson's appeals, and threats, the senate today, in furtherance of the majority program to Americanize the Peace Treaty, -adoptedr-by-a-vote_of-46-to-33,-a-xes-ervation disentangling the United States from any obligation to mix in foreign qu'arrels under Article X of the League of Nations cdV^enant. The reservation on which the President and his supporters went down to defeat is the same as that which Mr. Wilson asserted would "cut the heart out of the league" and be tantamount -tQ_a-rejection-of_the_coy-en!aiit,-such DEATHS Ellen Frances Brown Ellen Frances Doctor was born at Belleville, Kansas, February 4, 1896, and died at her home in Belleville Tuesday, November 18, at the age of 23 years, 8 months and 18 days. She was married to Bert Lee Brown December 12, 1917, at San Antonio, Tex., where they lived for some time, returning to Belleville when her husband received his discharge. The deceased leaves a husband and^ an infant daughtei*, Betty^Lee; father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doctor; three sisters, Mrs. Paul Leedom, Mrs. Jack Hill and Marguerite Doctor, and a host of relatives and friends -to mourn her untimely death. She became a member of the Ohrlstian church at the age of 9 years. Funeral services wex'e conducted by the Eev. Hay at r- rejection as would "break the heart of the world." The large majority commanded by this reservation, around which most of the fighting has raged, means the ratification of the treaty iwith the Americanization reservations, if the treafar be ratified at all. President Wilson has threatened to bring about the rejection of the treaty, if modified to his dissatisfaction, and the adoption of the reservation to Article X squarely challenges him to cai'iy out his threat or surrender to the will of his partner in the treaty making power. The crisis in..the disposition of the treaty now is at'hand, for the remaining reservations will be adopted with dispatch unless filibustering tactics are adopted by the administration forces. When all the reservations are adopted it will be for the President to say whether the treiaty, so modified, shall be ratified or rejected. , Hpvo is what the reservation Article X does. � � Nullifies all obligation of the United States to preserve the territorial integrity and political independence of other countries in the League of Nations. Refuses to bind the United States : the Christnan church on Wednesday iat 2:30 p. m., after ,h3 strike and after four and a ha^f erican troops for any purpose under y^^^.^ ^^.^^^^ 3^^^.^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ any article in.the treaty except-by-|ia^"-iaf^-^-^^ express authoirization of the congress , ..v ntw� i= ^..^ TT.,u�.i c*,f^a along with the others. He is suvived ^nd the Belleville Motor Company for the success of the celebration. The ladies quartet of Republic and the boys band of Narka -were features of the celebHation which were widely commented upon. The Simmons Tire Service Station of'thp United iStatea ' niui.g w.on tut; umeis. ne is suvivea ,_j Every Republican In t';e senate sun- ?Ll TJ^^^, *rfw"''/*^.L^^' i2r^' hale^the thanks of the Committie in ported the reservation. Five, Demo- 5f^^Vt V pf4L "d^"^*'^-''^ ^ ^har^'ge for vbluntarily turning over, crats joined them. All of the thirty- onK SJ^o'^Ii;;^^! "j* ^^^'^^ their'large, roomy buildings for public three votes againstmr reservation ?rll^"^^lri^"T'�*^'^*.l'VMrs. P^^ dances, in the evening. ^ were Democratic-Kaiisas City Star. Herman, of East Seventh street, and There is a strong sentiment for A. Patton and other n^iaking the Home Coming celebration Scandia Man Hangs Self �. , I'eiatives. ^ � ^ ^, , ^ , an annual event. The first annual -Arthur-Hawes,-20^ear3-old,-who_-^J-"!:^LJ}^*^ hung himself at the home of his sis- ut^lf^r, JJf pf/I'�^ was preacned Armistice was a marked success, and ter, Mrs. A. W.Larson in Kansas City, �> ^^""W R�t�)^ey, at the Vesner furnishes the foundation for a big Coal Situation Serious Concordia,"Nov; 16.-The coal situation here becomes moi'e serious each day. Only one carload of coal has______. .v . , ., , ^ , ' been received since the strike was year m_ the county jail by Judge called. One company had received ^^�",5.^^^ ' The case was original word that it had two cars en route, 1 to but it is thought that they were con- | �i."P�" *^e person of C.G. Aspegren, fiscated by the railroads? Dealers say ' '^t^^-^^^rf^^^^T'^^A''^' *=�""ty,^o'�-that they will not be able' to fill all missioners, but the judy's verdict was orders. Car Stolen At Cuba A Ford touring car belonging to l-Chai-les-Potuzak-was-stolen-from-t-he streets of Cuba Saturday for assault and battery. The Court also assessed the costs of the laction ; against Mr. Campbell. _ ^^^^^^ In Hospital___ ^Undef~Sh�riff"WilIianinSr"LowelT parlors.-Heights New?. annual fall event. Drs. Du Mars and Wyatte Move Drs. DuMars & Wyatte have mov-^ was a former Scandia young man. He was found hv the Larsons hanging by , r� r� the neck from a water pipe in th? ] � Dettmann basement of the Larson home with the Roy Dettmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. ______________ - .. following note laddriessed to Mrs. Fred Dettmann of Narka, Kansas, died ed their office rooms from the Hogir ""Larson .pinned to a coat sleeve: at his home on Sunday, November 9. Bank Block to the People's Natioh'a' "Dear Rhoda-^I have made up my R^v.^, Body conducted the funeral Bank Block, where they are fitting mind to end my life, so don't be sur- services Wednesday, November 12, at up modern rooms, with additions" prised at what I ha've done. Do any-"2 p. m office equipment -including optic? thing you want with me, but don't put . ----- equipment. xn&name in the papers for my sake, i METHODIST GLEANING j ----------- This life I have been leading, would One of the largest congregations of ^ OilTn Northern .Kansas drive anyone to ruin." - - the year-greeted the nastor Sunday Lawrence, Kan., Nov. 11.-There -Thefact that he was out of employ- morning. One of the encouraging will be much prospecting for oil in, ment and had searched-in vain for 3-rslghtsii'as the large hilmFer of boys northern Kansas in the next six weeks for work, is the only explana- and girls iwho remained for church. months, � according-to' Prof. Erasmus tion.thlat Hawes' surviving relatives Forty boys and girls united with Haworth of the department of geol- could give. The Meridian Creamery the church on Sunday morning and ogy of the University of Kansas. At was one of his former employers. . two babies were baptized. ^ This present most oil fields are south of the means a wonderful opportunity for Kansas river, but many operators are the future, and it also spells responsi- turning their attention to the north bility. If we can save and care for part of the state, and.work in these the boys and girls we lioed have no prospective fields will begin soon-fear for the future of the church 'and State Joui-nal. MUNDEN Mrs. Ed Faubion x'i'sit.ed home folks in M^nkato fj'om Wednesday until Sunday. Mrs. Mei-le Ramsbotton and Mrs. the future of bur beloved America. TI'CTi'e-CjinnTn"g 'Were-shopping-iri'-i-The-S%anda"rd~TBeaverg will meet at the parsonage Friday eveninp;, Bfllpville last Thursday. "Teach-eTB-Refuse-To-Unioni zc streets of Cuba Saturday evening ' -^as taken to St. Joseph's hospital in while Mr. Pptuzak was attending the Concordia this'week for an operation picture show. The car was taken at for gall stones, but when physicians about 10 o'clock. Sheriff Griffin was made__an_examiniation_ of the patient, immediately notified and search be- it is reported they found his trouble gan. The thief has not been found as of a more serious nature and refused yet. ' to operate on him. While Mr. Lowell ---has been (attending to his official Motor Hits A B"""-y ' duties most of the time up until this ^ Concordia. Nov. l^.-^^ S^u^h^K ' gl^^l Sii^^f^S iei'f^n,'^^*?;^ stMl? in!;;S yZ' ,.- afford,,Chester., Vivian Rideir. Madrid, Neb. ....... I /Harold A. Wineland, fi^^^ Bellevile,-Kaiis_as . (Continued: to We'4).-
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