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DELEGATES ,m " RESE WE C ii[IENi }nt Reduction in ~!a~,';~s Is Objective of Hughes Proposal. p, D C--Delegacies La the.! Ill'IllS conference slowly recovered the shock of Secretary iiLlgl,cs' eese?atatioll of the D;op(;~al f{n reduction of the tl,~els of Britain, the United .State~, a.,+d for' a ten-year naval iwlida). for Eh'itM~t and Japalt were guarded ill their eomment~. APparently the American ph,.n is ~r than a 10 year naval holi,i:t) with immediate heavy Peduc of the fleets of the three t}owpi's. that is a third, equally blunt for a continuing agreement tile size of berth, fleets per- That s what Mr, Ilup, hes' replae{,Inent really an~ounts to. Ill rmnling shillS to which each main fleet w(mld lie cut if the An>,r- l)]all for illlnlet]itl [e I'edtlPt ioli accepted, Secretary Ilughes' shows that Great Britain the United States x~oaht l)e oll all in tile nu|nher Of holLies|liDs, the British w,mld rotnin ill addi- four battle, cruise'rs. The pro- Japanese fleet would be com- of six battleships ulld four batLte while the [711ited ~tflies he content with battleships IYaval officers, in discussing tim emphasized as an ontstand- feature the fact that the United wouhl be left without battle while Japan anti Great l{tqt- Wouhl each retain four of these the newest addition to capital Iting craft. By suggesting such a it allpear~ that tile United son~ht to ttOlVeey col!(+rete ;is- of the urtselfish l)urpos~, wBh it has entel'ed tho OollI+PrellCe+ .......................................................... ;"i '_-'.::::::~. _: .... _.'2.. ' .'.2' ' ' "~_..:._~ .............-:..-_..: .... " " : r The Cm~q:~2:~ Piant. On the lwMl'iv:-, a~:,l tH:~I:~- *ff Ut:th, Te~4{ts|ltI{I :;i h white ll~(~ll ;t!al)~'}l Pc+'l'h}~ }lJ,*, / :" !ongs tO The ,*'a!MIi> ,d ~i.,, ;,,ili..,5: Lt~ slid Iuoks. v,-'), i:,,.} .!~.c .ti+r, 5uu ,~OWeI'. h ~.at- ,. : ,,; .e, i, ]L,,41- ~dor, soI!!eXY}l: ~ ] ~C~' ~', ;1 ' !~L:;,'" a;J,i soffletinles go,,, U,~ i !,, ;i}~:!.;,+ tc '1 til" i.,enI.ille [}{.:lii: t' i : :: t. :,;'~,!a,.e NfoI~itor. HuU,~Eo TO FIffANOE PJ~TA:SLE "~"-" IBRIEF GENERAL NEWS O%rl Re e IR I l.I, From the poem },y WILL CARLETON Scenario by I PAUL H. SLOANE D~rected by HARRY MILLARDE Wednesday, November 23, 0nly 5he Show, 8 P, M. Sharp. Thursday, November 24, Two S LOWS. 2:30 and 8 P. M. Sharp, Admission--Adults. 50c Plus War Tax ; Chiidren 35c :Plus War Tax. FRIDAy IK~D SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18-19 TO Wt!0M DII;' THIS BEAUTIFUL GIt~L BELONG ? R O BE, RT:N --IN-- Q,Y/ gV e ' ,--A L so-- "THE HAREM SKAREM" A Ce:~tury Comedy Show 7:30 P. M. Matinee Saturday 2 P. M. Admission 20c and 30c COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NOVEMBER ~5-26 H :, rry CareY HLT~ANER THAN EVER IN Freeze Out" I An absorbing picture of the poor} cuss who tried to reform Broken Buckle---.-and was horsewhipped and kissed for his pains, i II II II1'11 ............. SUNDAY AND MONDAY NOVEMBER 20-21 :;5:::: :t.r'd~ trade and tlIl~lUpl(}>lllcnt i8 worse ll/'.411 al. ally lililO s}lIce the c:ld of the Na- poleoaie wars. de