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THE HUTCHINSON -NEWS HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY 13. 192.; riKUOND SECTION KARAGATCH IS , h , GREAT GATEWAY pity Recently Turned Over to Turks Has Always Gone With AdrUnople. native products, Including starch, beer, soap, dynamite, cotfea and BRITISH FIND CHINESE OPIUM TRAFFIC ACTIVE HERE'S GOOD NEWS FOR BARNYARD GOliF BUGS Washington, D. C, July 12.—"Kara- g&tch, which the Lausanu* Conference has Juat turned over to Turkey, Uoa in tho suburbs ot Adrlanople, Is the railway station tor that city ot 160,000 inhabitants, and Is so situated that It la tho Cynosure ot all neighboring •y«s In tho southeastern corner of Hurope," asys a bulletin from the Washington, D. hottdquarters of the National Geographic Society. "Qreeco which is shaWly holding on to part of Thrace Is consenting to glvo Karngatch to Turkey to keep .both Turkey and Bulgaria from taking more of the Tnwjlan province; Turkey hesitated to accept the city In lieu of the cash Indemnities which she wanted and Bulgarian has agonized over the settlement •bocaiiBo with Turkey owning iKarugatch and tho Tnalweg or channel of tho Maritza, and with Greece owning moBt of the territory through which runs tho ICaragatch- ©odoagatch railroad, tho 'Bulgarian outlet to tho Aegoan becomes seriously handicapped. • Tied to Adrlarrople In Past. "The relationship betwoon Kara- patt'h and Adrlanople has always been - much like that of tho old-fashioned husband and wife—where one wont tbe other wont also—and Adrlanoplo has for a long time been tho scene of dramatic Incidents connected with the various Balkan Wars. From 1912 to 1915 it was one of tho centers of tho great struggle between Bulgara and Turks, tho liulgtti -8 making Its surrender 1o thorn the Bine qua non of Peaco and tho TurkB fighting to tho last ditch for a city whioh was dear to their national and religious sentiments, "The secret of that relationship has lain duringjnodern times in the fact that the large railway station ot Adrlanoplo is located in Karagatch, •which lies on the opposite) side of tho Alarltza and is connected with the city by a causeway two miles long. Tho approaches to the station of Kar­ agatch ai 'o good, tbe sidings are extensive, and It is well equipped with two military loading platlorma, an on- gluo-houso, u freight shed, u valer­ ianic and a c»nl-dopot. Prloe for Bulgarian Entry to War. "Incidentally this same bit of railroad from the Adriatic through Kara­ gatch to tho Bulgarian border, was the. prlco which l!u.!garia exacted fur !3aor entrance iu the World War on [the side ot the Central Powors. When eha received the whole line of tho 'Tailway traversing Turkluh territory together with lvar.iguteh, DomltUa, and Kuloll Burgas, sho was irrevocably pledged to the Central Powers. "Prior to the beginning of Uio ' World War, llu'gnrla owned a long stretch ot sea front on the Aegean .'along tho Gulf ot Knos and tho Bay of Lagos, tut this now belongs to [Orocco. It Una been the country's [consistent aim for decades to get and !hold this door to tho south which •would eliminate tho necessity of making nil shipments through tho Bos­ porus aud Dardanelles or over alien railways. "The MarlUa, one of the largest rivers touching Bulgaria flows between Adrlanoplo and Karagatch.'and sometimes when the waters are high the road leading frdm tho station to ,the larger city Is flooded. In its course of 300 miles from Its sotirco In the Balkans It drains a 'basin of 20,790 square -miles In area. At this particular point, Just below whore It is Joined 'Iby its two main tributaries, the Trund ja and the Arda, It la obstructed by rocks and sand-bars, tout below Adrian- ople It la navigable for small bouts." London—China Is producing ihuu- dreds ot tons of opium, nays Sir Jdhn Jordan, Stilish Minister In Peking, and It looks as though sho were "going hack to tho old, ibad state or .atfalrB before tho suppression of opium by agreement with India was brought about. India, the British Minister, »dd«, used to export about 100,000 oliests of opium a year, mostly to China; now her exports are only 8,000 cheats, almost exclusively to the Bast Indies. She Is prepared to reduce this if there is a reduced con- enmptlon. He Bays India Is loyally and scrupulously observing every provision of -the Haguo Convention. Turkey and Persia., he adds, must bo brought within tho Hague Convention, or the attempt to control the supply of raw opium must inevitably fall. .Similarly It to essential that Switzerland Join tho Convention, since that country la one of the most 'Important eentera In the world of <.the drug tratflc. "If," Sir John declared, "the Hague Convention IB honostly and efficiently enforced today, the opium problem will ibo solved tomorrow." Three Horse Shoe Courts Will be Laid Out at Carey Lake by Traction Company. LINCOLN. • <3> bed last All horseshoe pitchers and croquet exports In tho city will now get a chance to show their skill according to Clarence Yost, superintendent of the Street Hallways,Co". Carey's Lake Is going to toe lilted up with three horsoshoo courts and a six ball croquet set will also 'be placed there. It is also tho Intention or Mr. Yost to have a swimming pool mado. Tho pool according to present plans will he 75 feot long and 2-5 teot wide with a depth at one end of 20 feet. However, there will bo no facilities for changing clothes at the lake and all bathers will have to don their bathing suits before going out. Tho pool will be tree to the public. Two canoes will soon ho added to the other 'boats at tho lake. Whilo patrons may ride In the rowboats freo, a charge ot 50c an hour will bo made for the U8e :,of tho canoos. •Hydrants will be placed In the park and fresh water for drinking purposes will be run through them, instead of eastern- Yuma couuity and placed on •display. The bones were found In sandy Boll but portions of quartz adhering to the bono are believed to liwllcate that -the remains have been under pressure tor centuries. Plans are under way for an expedition to the site ot the find In an effort to locate tho rest of the gigantic skelton. If tho Bite proves to bo a rich fossil .field an attorapt probably will bo made to Interest the University of Arizona In more extensive excavations. NAVY GUNS SILENT FOR BRITISH CONSUL bo hold lu nheyanco until a decision was reached. No salute was "Mm!, but Capt, Pollock made a report indicating th-it tho problem was a new one oven to an officer of his loryc experience. MERCHANTS FURNISH ' FAIR ADVERTISING Just Didn't Know How Many to Fire in a Salute Over in Islands. The Hutchinson merchants have responded splendidly.In answer to tho request thrft they help to advertise tho State l^ilr by onclosing InaertB and sticking pasters on their envelopes, according to Eugene Randlos, advertising manager, who states that requests were received today for 75,000 State Fair inserts and 05,000 State Fair envelope stickers. Russian Has Confessed. Geneva—Paul Polonnino, secretary of the Russian Red Cross under the czarist regime, arrested as an accomplice ot Maurice Conradi aftT sissas- ..,,-] sination ot tho soviet envoy Vorovsky the salt water thore now which uas |at Lausanne, haa confessed, according proved so disagreeable to many people. * •$> <J> • <8> Bert Blew was sick in week. Tho Poplar Ladles Aid met with Mrs. W. P. Dixon in Hutchinson Wednesday afternoon. Marjorle Hall went to Hutchinson Monday to stay a few days with her grandmother, Mrs. Obauu, who Is sick. Mrs. Hoy Butler of Hutchinson spout a short time at tho Plorco homo this week. Walter Wright and family and Fred Itexroad and wife went fishing Tuesday evening. Will Hawkins of Hutchinson was In our vicinity a few days ago. L. P. Htcronintus and wife of wost of Hutchinson and Mr. • and Mrs. Arthur Parks and chlldron of Partridge called on friends hero Sunday afternoon. Bernadlno, Gerald ine and Estill Wright went on a Picnic on tho •Fourth. I Willie Watson was in Hutchinson one day this week. Bernlco McClellan . of Partridge helped Mrs. Fred Roxroad In-harvest. We-^woro very Borry to hoar of the deatJi of Mr. Goodwin, father of Mrs. Ifrod Robertson and 'Mrs. McNew, whloh occurred last Thursday. Mr. Troyor our telephone operator sent out new telephone directories this week. Mrs. Harry Pierce was shopping In Hutchinson Tuesday. Ed Slegrlst of Partridge was bore on business ono day recently. Mack Parrott, Dick Evans aud Mr. Slnu are threshing wheat this wook. Miss Fanny Miller helped Mrs. Sam iSchrock cook for harvesters last week.- NEW GENERAL SI 1 ORE IN SOUTH HUTCHINSON II. S. Walker, formerly managing owner of tho Walker Bros. Grain Coal, Feed and Grocery store at Plerceville, Kans., has receutly moved to Hutchinson and has begun the construction of a building.for a similar business In this city, Just across from the Horn Mill In SoWi. Hutchinson. Tho building Is to 'be a frame structure, covered with galvanized sheet Iron. It is being built at a cost of about $10,000. W. D. Holloway, a local contractor has churgo of tho construction ot the building which ia to he completed within the next 30 days. H. 'S. Walker and his family are living at 406 Aveuuo I) east In tho homo of his father, C. A. Walker, who died sometime ago. to the Journal Do Cienove. Washington, July 13.—A problem In naval courtesy has been presented to tho department by Capt. E. T. Pollock, governor ot American Samoa, nnd is now awaiting tho consideration, •of a yet unround Solomon. What action ia proper, Capt. Pollock wants to know, when the navy regulations order a speciiled salute to an official o[ a foreign government, and that official urgently requests thnt it be withheld: Entering tho harbor ot Tonga, a native insular kingdom 600 miles southwest of Samoa, Capt. Pollock found resident there a British consul who at tho SHino tlmo was deputy commissioner of the British Colonial Office. As a consul ho "rated" 7 guns, as a colonial agent "ll guns. Capt. Pollock indicated that he was willing to shoot the maximum in the interests of bl-national comity, but was informed courteously, yet firmly, that the Rritish government had tho question of which salute was proper under consideration, and tho resident would be pleased if the mat tor could 6 MON-TRO rules for making BETTER coffee PARTRIDGE. LOOKING BACKWARD Tak«n From tho F!l «i ot Ths Newt FORTY YEARS AGO IN 1863. •M. H. Potter of Turon drew Jl from the county for three wolf scalps. There was a good rain at Plevna. Itono township farentra had an average of about 30 bushels of"whaat to the aero. Ice was supplied to Hutchinson families at a Hat rate of $3 a month. Mayor Lane rofused $1,000 an aero for au acre of land near the river ibrldge. Sunday dinners at tho Howard Ihouae were very popular. The weather has been dry and hot the pnst woek. Miss Margaret CVHara was a Hutchinson visitor last iFriday. Several from around here enjoyod a Plcnia supper at ako Bedell near Hutchinson last Tuesday night. Mrs. Joe Thompson and Mlsa Alleen and Miss Flossie Nantz ot Hutchinson spent last Wednesday visiting near Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Everett wore guoats ot Mr. and Mrs. Melbufg last Sunday. Miss iRoso Davis spent last Tuesday with Mrs: A. C. Evorett. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Todd motored to Hutchinson -Saturday afternoon. Mr. ad Mrs. Goo. Stigglna arid mother StigginB of near Huntaville and Mr, and Mrs. Freeman Hall and family spent Sunday afternoon at W. M. SHgglna. Several of tho farmers In this neigh borhood are having their threshing done. Mr. ad Mrs. Bert Hurst and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton were entertained at tbe John Miller home last Sunday A Harbor Strlks. Hamburg—All harbor employes went ou strike suspending all traffic. TWENTY YEARS AGO IN 1903, Charles Wuruook , was here from Anthony. J.IJ , 'Ball mado a trip to Turon. Many peoplo wore installing electric fans. Thomson Brothers advertised "Good Things to Eat." An addition was built to.the Welsh hospital, Tho' Darlow correspondent said there was need of more raiu. f.X-V. S. TREASURER. WOULD TELL DETAILS' i)F BROKERS' ^RASH Keep your MON-TRO-Coffee fresh. Keep it in the improved closed container it comes in. Measure proportions carefully—one level tablespoonful of MON-TRO Coffee to each cup of water. When serving hot MON-TRO Coffee, serve it HOT. Never re-cook. Use water only at full boiling point. Strain or settle carefully. MONTRO Coffee is clear, fragrant and rich in flavor when properly made. Keep coffee-making utensils clean. - GUYMON-PETRO MERCANTILE COMPANY John Burke.. - John Burke, once treasurer of the United States and twice governor ot North Dakota, has offered New York authorities what help he can give them In their grand Jury investigation of the affairs of tho brokerage firm of Kardos & Burke. The firm failed eighteen months ago for more than $2,000,000. Burke says that ha mado Kardos sign an agreement that •the firm Itself would not speculate. Burke says ho Is "broke." BONES FOUND OF ANCIENT IN SANDS OF MAMMAL ARIZONA *' Yuma, Arl«., July 13.—A petrified specimen believed to be part of the backbone of a, prehlstorlo inammo w >. or dinosaur with fragments of tfc* ribs otiil attached lias been brought here from th» Mohawk district In Hutchinson, Kansas Ask Your Grocer for NTRO FEB -vacuum f>acked\ RED GHOSS BALL BLUE No bio* MoniUy II you use RED CROSS BALL BLUE. ALL GROCERS. Get In Line for tho "JAZZ-a WEEK" STARTING MONDAY THE WOMAN POWER OF AMERICA Is w«H Illustrated by tho thousands of womoa tvho aro entering every profession, nimost every line ot business and politics t\s well. They aro bound to make good, and thore la no question but what health Is their greatest asset. Many women, however, develop we «k ( nervous conditions and cannot stand tho strain of a professional or busincae llfo. Such women should remember when boHet with headaches, IwW'.kache, nervous- nous, irritability or any ailment peculiar to th-e!r sex that tho greatest of all remedies for such condition*) is Lyilla K. I'inkliam'a Vagotab-lo Compound. For nearly fifty years this old-fashion-ed root and herb merticino haa been restoring the women of America to heflJth and strength. It holds the remarkable record of helping 98 out of ©very 100 women who try It. GUARANTEED FRESH THE BREAD THE HOUSEWIFE HELPED US BAKE—IS THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE WITH MOST EVERYONE IN THIS VICINITY. —and It Costa Only 10c "At All Grocers CRIPE'S PERFECTIO The Popular Big Loaf 13c BUY CRIPE'S BREAD IT'S MADE IN HUTCHINSON il THE GUMPS —BABE WINS TEN YEARS AGO IN 1913. MIBB il-oloii Miner l»ft tax » visit with lier fWhor in Oregon. The .Eagles ,h«U clirh played a game -with Sylvia, Tho' Short Grass Motorcycle club left for a motoring trip to the Rocky Mountains, J. I. Dearth.had Just moved Into his •bungalow on Bmt Thirteenth etreot. A, T>. Yodar of Haven took a po»l- tloa with tha ltoraibaugh-WUey company. . - * Iftirmors In this section of Kansas wore fighting grasshoppers. Would Aid Mexican Buslneu. Mexico City.—The national rail•ways. In an endeavor to help Mexican {producers compete in the abates %\aug the • Moxlcnn-Auierloan border trow 'OontliMited }jy American • exporter*, kayo reduced freight rates on various \WV \V t>\t> NOO vw^wevc Nov) < r \~X 3 »H«-"0 \>R taWf GVSV.- NOV CfcN 'T *TMi<% -WKT ^Aw^^^ %Wc. Cocwrs pmt I, OH- Sow Vt©rat tyfcU, "HOW f\t)tA'T M\^^ MutH KWH WOttW VOOUtV KWtM. IM Wl C\J0~X^5 OH- »N ^?^WMEH•x: IN AM 1 >teT mux HE VJ^S 1M \

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