The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 91, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 16, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman. Oklahoma
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The Daily Transcript
J. O. FOX, Editor
Published every afternoon except Sunday
if the Transcript Enterprise Publishing Co.
J. O. FOX - - President
J. J. BURKE - Secretary-Treas.
R. II. PARHAM| - Business Mirr.
Entered as second class matter January
17. 1V14, ai the post-office at Norman, Okla
•oma, under met of congress of March 3.
Office, 215 East Main Street. Telephone V
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By mail, one year $3.0'
By mrtil, six months 2.0(
By carrier, one week .It
FOR SALE—Five passenger
Seneca in good condition, run
about 3000 miles. See Claud
STRAYED: A bay mare, about
800 pounds, on night of July I
Report to Knox's Wagon Van'
WANTED:To rent two or three
unfurnished rooms. Call C ha*
Finley, Mclntire Garage. 91-2'
FOR SALE: Buick-Six in irood
running order. See Frank Star- i
zer at Mcltire's garage. 89-3t !
WANTED: A cook at Mrs. Elsie
E. Walker's, 715 Asp ... . : ;
phone 117. 89-3t*
FOR SALE: Library table,
quarter-sawed oak, good as new,
worth $115.00, yours for $15.00, two
iron bedsteads, both for $15 00.
Must be sold Saturday morning
for these prices. Leaving Sun-
day. 216 North Peters. 87-1*
which Germany has full well
earned for herself; if its construc-
' tion has been hindered by mem-
bers of secret pacts and promises,
Tfl OCP I £ fclOlklP 's mus! l,e ,)0rne ,nilu' ,llat ■'
1 0 otu Lfipidmu carries with it the evident purpose
to throw off the old methods of
But it is "The Best We Could international intrigue and plot-
Do" Says the Secretary of State ting.
Undesirable Items of Omission I "But the present treaties are but
and Commission—His State- the starting point of the world
reconstruction. Now that the gen-
eral principles have been laid
down it remains to execute them.
And by thai I mean, not so much
retributive action against nations
which have recently run amuck in
the world, but rather the cleans-
ing and healing processes that
shall really make good our hopes
Real Peace Yet to be Attained
"Undoubtedly there is a great
danger in the world today. Many
people have thought that the mere
signing of the treaty with Ger-
many marks the ending of the
world peril. Public opinion seems
to have breathed a sigh of relief
Before leaving ^ an(j |apsed |)ack into apathy. Con-
ception of thought on world
problems is weakening now when
it is most essential and the forces
of disintegration and reaction
have been given a freedom of ac-
ment Creates Much Comment
As he was leaving Paris to re-
turn to the United States, Secre-
tary of State Lansing made some
comments on the League of Na-
tions that have created much
comment in Washington, and in
! certain circles the secretary is
criticised severely for his "unad-
vised and unadvisable uterences,"
as it will, it is thought, "give aid
and comfort" to the enemies of
I the President in their efforts to
have the League amended before
it is finally ratified. Mr. Lansing's
statements was as follows:
Paris, July 1
for the United Slates tonight
Secretary Lansing made the fol-
lowing statement to the Ameri-
"Many thoughts rush to mind
on leaving the peace conference ■ tion far greater than when the
FOR SALE—A threshing machine
separator, Cadillac truck at li
bargain, Ford truck at a bargain,
and a Wisconsin tractor. See J.
P. Dellinger at Orenbaun's hard-
ware. 87 3t. i
FOR SALE: Fine Jersey heifer
calf, registered. See G. VV Giles,1
303 East Comanche, or phone 198. |
FOR SALE: Bu ck Six—good run-
ing order. See Frank Starzer at
Mclntire's Garage. 8713t j
LADIES: Take notice—I will be
permanetnly located in Norman
by the 1 ith ot' July, fully prepared i
t i reoair ill makes of Sewing ma-j
chines, instruct and guarantee
same Widows not having the
means, will repair machines free, i
Phone 155, Louis K. Walker, 88.2*
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alter six months' effort. Never
before has such an international
gathering been held, for here has
been the meeting grounds of 27
nations to liquidate a world war
and establish a new order and a
laboratory where already a sys-
tem of world co-operation has
been born, out or necessity.
A Compromise of Interests.
"Out of it all has come the
world was on its guard.
"The situation today is serious.
Western civilization still is dazed
by the shock of four and a half
years of destruction. Industry and
commerce are not yet restored.
All of Europe is inpoverished;
parts of it are starving. Its whole
political fiber has been shot
through. Russia and Hungary ;ire
gripped by subversive political
ist important international doc- doctrines; Austria-Hungary and
ument ever drawn—the treaty of
peace v.ith Germany, a document
which not Only meets the issues
of the present war, but also lays
down new agreements of the most
helpful and most hopeful charac-
ter. The nations are bound to-
Turkcy as empires have ceased
to be; Poland and Cscclto-S'ov-
akia are struggling to (he r f<et
as members of the family of na
tions. All Pint complicate I ma-
chinery of s ciety which tore de-
cades to elaborate and a world
gether to avert another world war to tear down cannot be re-
catastrophe, backward peoples j placed overnight by a wh'd dif
are given a* new hope for tlieii , ferent machinery.
Big Prob'cms Yet to Settle
future: several racial iiitilies arc
liberated to form new states; a
beginning is made toward remov-
ing unjust economic restrictions,
and the great military autocracies
of Central Europe arc destroyed
as the first step in a general dis-
"The treaty is, of course, not
JOR SALE: Two Ford trucks;
stake bodios and cabs. Minteer
Motor company. Also agents for
Lee Puncture Proof tires. 86-tf i a" l'lat wc had hoped for. It con! '. j ticularly in East Prussia, is very
"Many problems remain unset-
tled. Territorial adjustments tJ
secure She rights of peoples to live
under ,heir own flags as far as
posrib'e in the tangled skein of
European nationalities may be
made effective. Attainment of the
Polish frontiers on all sides, par-
hardly be expected to be. To
many conflicting interests wer
difficult. The Teschen coal fields
are still a source of contention be-
FOR SALE—Five horsepower j
Senaca in good condition, run , i , i ,, . , , n , c,
about 3000 miles. See Claud Pick- ", v ' aS a" many | tween Poland and Czecho-Slov
ard. 81 -tf*
WANTED—A cook at the Pierson
Just arrived a fine lot of Boy.-'
Blouses, price $1.00. Rucker's.
Dodge Bros. Cars: We are ac-
cepting orders for Dodge Bros,
automobiles, and expect a carload
in soon. Only two left inthecar.
Get your order in early Minteer
Motor Co. 86-tf.
One lot of ginghams at 12 l-'c
the yard Thursday. Rucker's.
Head lettuce, Thousand Island
legitimate documents which would
tax the most perfectly balanced
mind. Nearly everyone will find
in it weaknesses both of omission
and commission, provisions in-
serted which might better have
been left out, and provisions left
out which might better have been
New World Order Coming.
"Such a document must, how-
ever, be examined both against
the background of its creation and
in the large sweep of its spirit.
From that point of view we may
call it a, stepping stone from the
international methods to the new.
If it still holds some of the dis-
trusts and hatreds of the war
akia; hunger is interrupting the
trade of all centfal Europe. The
Adriatic problem is still unsolved
as well as the fate of those large
territories formerly under the
Turk, including especially Asia
Minor and Armenia.
"World statesmanship will be
sorely tried in the next few years.
Two things are essential—first, an
alert, intelligent, interested public
opinion, and. second, co-operation
of the nations. The former is
needed both as a check on any
sinister purposes that may crop
up and as the great support for
common action. The second is es-
sential, unless the nations are to
return to a selfish particularism
Our Men Went Over the
Top-So Will We
All subscriptions to our fund are past due.
Much time and expense will he saved if those
who know themselves to in arrears will now
voluntarily pav without any further notice or
which can only breed the most
Says League is Necessary
"The peace conference has been
history's greatest instance of a
Unified world statesmanship di-
recting the moral and material
resources of the world's family
of nations. To allow the spirit be-
hind it to disintegrate at this
moment of emergency when unit-
ed action is imperative would be
fatal to all the hopes of perman-
ent peace with which we entered
"If it is true that one nation can
destory the equilibrium of all, it
is all the more true that each na-
tion is bound by its own law of
self-preservation to Co-operate
with the others to check troubles
before they get their headway.
"So I leave for home tonight
pleased but not overcomplacent
with the outcome of the past six
months, and hopeful, but not in
the least unmindful of the pro-
blems of the next few years."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
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quired to present the same with
the necessary vouchers, to the un-
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within four months of the date
hereof, or the same will be for-
Dated this 7th day of June, 1019
J. E. HARMON, Administrator
Dudley & Ilardie, Attorneys. l-3t
Notice is hereby given that I,
the undersigned. W. D. January,
who on the 25th day of Macrh,
1916, was convicted in the Dis-
trict Court of Cleveland County,
Oklahoma, of the murder of
Milton Keck, in said Cleveland
County, Oklahoma, on the 31st
day of March, 1916, sentencedby
said District Court to serve his
natural lifetime in the State
f Penitentiary of the State of Okla-
j homa, will, on the 1st day of
August, 1919, and after 4 weeks
publication of this notice, make
i application to the Governor of the
State of Oklahoma and the par-
don authorities of the State of Ok-
lahoma for a pardon or parole
from said conviction and sen-
Witness my hand this 30th day
of June, 1919.
W. D. January, Defendant.
By Williams & Luttrell, Attor-
neys for said W. D. January.
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