Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York on November 6, 1925 · 5
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Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York · 5

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ELMHIA STAK-GAZETTE; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1925. PAGE FIVE. FEAR FRANCE AIDING START OFlraWAR'' Chief Reason Why Amer-tjpans Feel Little Inclined to Lend France More Money For Imperialistic Enterprises. By CHARLES P. STEWART Washington, Xov. 6. You need Maps of northern Africa and south-, western Asia to understand fully why official Washington feels so little disposed to grant debt concessions to the French while they tick to their present Imperialistic policy in these two parts of the world. 3f ever a country monkeyed with a. juzz saw, as government heads hee see it, France is doing it now In the Rift and Syria, and, still mi e unfortunately, not to her own da ger alone, but to others' danger, to I'hy help her financially to in-cr ase the risk? Why not, rather, mike it as hard as possible for her tojkeep it up? I SEEN BY MAP fey your map, you'll see that ex treme northwest Africa, except for the International zed zone of Tangier, belongs to Spain. This Is the Riff country, where the trobesmen are in arms against the Spanish and French. The fighting slops over into French Morocco. To the eastward are Algeria and Tunis, French , territory. They're quiet now but It's a precarious quietness. The natives resent French'rule. To the eastward again is Tripoli, chronically In rebellion against the Italians. Once more to the eastward, is Egypt, on the raggld edge of an uprising against British semi-control. Beyond Egypt, Syria, now at war with France a little war but a wicked one. , ALL MOHAMMEDAN This whole stretch of coast Is Mohammedan and hostile to the Christian powers at best. Moslem leaders at Damascus are reported trying to raise a general "jehad," or holy war, at this time. It Isn't difficult to Imagine an outbreak extending the entire length of the southern Mediterranean shore. Nor would it be likely, if it went so far, to stop there. Turkey, the Arabian peninsula, Persia, Afghan istan, Bokhara and on into north ern India and western China you need your map of Asia now are Mohammedan, too. There's little chance, given a great Moslem ris ing, that thev wouldn't join. FIGHTING IN SPOTS This may seem improbable. It isn't impossible, at any rate. It's SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN"-ytudne. Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are not getting" the genuine Bayer Aspirin prescribed J5y physicians and proved safe by millions over 25 years for Colds Pain Headache Neuralgia Neuritis Toothache Lumbago Rheumatism DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART ..Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proven directions. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidester of Sallcyllcacld xJ tjm a y& -a ii s i -tn C3 20&CENTURS Service Directwithout Change TT Ji By NEW EXPRESS STEAMERS S. S. ROBERT E. 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Comfort and Convenience Supreme Other popular steamers from New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday to Charleston, S. C. and Jacksonville, Fla., affording convenient connections for all southeastern commercial and resort centers '. AUTOMOBILES CARRIED Standard Passenger and Fast Freight Rent, t and fren the Carolina a, , Geerfia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louiiuaa, Arkansas and Florida. Apply t ny 1 ticket agency or write direct to A. W. PYE, Pnrr Traffic Manager; Pier 36, North River, Nw York to be borne in mind that fighting's going on now in spots. The Riffians have been at it for. J.5 years; the Tripolitans for a dozen. And It continues to spread and the trouble areas to merge. Much these peop'e care for the Leagne of Nations! They're not, like the western world, weary of war. Fighting's their religion. When would they get their arms? Well, the Riffians and Tripolitans have been getting them for quite a while. Russia might not be averse to helping them out. It wouldn't be a modern campaign anyway, but guerilla work of the worst kind. And on a huge scale. The Mohammedan population, from Tangier to the Pamir highland just north of India as your map will show is estimated at close to 150,000,000. Why particularly blame France? Maybe this story, which reached here from Damascus, will show: The tribesmen thereabouts, It appears, objected to certain features of -the administration set up by France, which holds the League of Nations' Syrian mandate. A delegation of chieftains called on Genefal Sarrail to protest. His adjutant told them the general refused to admit them. "He won't hear us?" asked the spokesman. "No." "Then," said the old Arab, "he shall hear rifle shots." He certainly lias. ANNOUNCE CAST IN SENIOR PLAY TTorselieads, Nov. 6. The cast for' the play "Go Slow, Mary," to be presented by the senior class of Horseheads High school on November 19 and 20 has been announced as follows: Billy Abbey, Frank Goodyear; Mary Abbey, his wife, Lorena Austin;; Mrs. Berdon, Mary's mother, Alice Moss; Sally Cater, Mary's friend, Mae Howard; Harrv Stevens, Sally's sweetheart. Orman Charles; Burt Childs, Wilbur Green; Mary's young nephew, Rhys Wheeler; Dolly, Dorothy .Brown; Katie, Harriet Crane; The Iceman, Danny Grubb; The Policeman, Clifford Murphy; Danny's rival, Barney Melichart. Elected to Head Women's Council . Dr. Valerie H. Parker, of New York City, was elected president of the National Council of Women at the recent convention in Detroit. She succeeds Mrs. Philip North Moore. Dr. Parker is well known throughout the country for her lectures on social hygiene. Any intelligent grocer in this city can tell you why and perhaps give you a few suggestions on an easy way that may help you win the Premier Contest. FRANCIS H. 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They found that only alternate lots had been sold to them and that the native realtors had retained for themselves every other lot. On those lots were, "for sale" signs put up over night, offering the lots for $20,000. The big boloney men had - their choice of paying $40,000 for the lots they had under option and selling them at a loss of $20,000, or of losing the $10,000 they had put up for the option. That night you could buy first-class limousines for the price of railroad fare back to New York.- William Steiner probably has the longest running assignment ever given to a cameraman. Every day for eighteen months he is to take a few feet of motion picture film of the razing of the Putnam Building in Times Square and of the erection of the new Paramount Building on that site. When completed the film will be in not more than two reels and wilj show in slow motion the spectacle of one building replacing another.' 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