The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, July 4, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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tHE STROUD D1MOCIAT
SENDS MtSS MORGAN BlST WISHES FGR COniMED
SUCCESS OF WORKERS
.jlng, Command r- ''' *•
National Headquarters of tho A':.irtcan C'< for Dev
J'V ance Ib In receipt of a cablegram from Mi us Anne M /. : m, in which
Incorporate ti ft- owir.jE nn ' in G- J J. J. H
in-chief oi tie Hxjiedltioi.ary ¥ :
"I have been much interest od in the work of the American Commltiwe
lor ivvastatcit nuct Your commltta* is not on'/ extending tlmt-Iy *#4
much needed assi. :anee to th ••erU-hi 1 Itibn > a of U • •' •
regior bnt you are doit n -!i > fosior «r,.. • ;• !
will v i intimate relations -n tie Kr> ; :.d tlie ,v n .11
J hop,, you will continue to able to 1 ••are le Mine f.ae tyi ■ or Ai.it • n
.women to carry on your work kc hav. labored you up to the pr -eat
time. Witb my he it wishes tor U>e cuntinu. ^ . .a ol your work believe
too sireerely youra.
"JOHN J. PERSHING,
•o J. 3 McGraw. to Ctan rman, ■• ..1 In-
1: r Amh-is r to rrgnc . Myr.;n 1 Iter-
1 iu ( hit !"« 'or Devastated Franc*
. returning from sorvlce In France 001 . .'a
about their having been orercli.tr, d by F"r .oh merchants. Unfortn.-at
■they were overcharged in many li itanMa, bat the rreneh government am
Crarytking possible to stamp out :his evil the same as our own government
'Sid everything possible to prevent "or own merchant* from overcharging
our own' boy a. Neithfer the French Government nor the American govern
mem w.ui enec. ,sful In its ef: rt: K<; i.rr.Uig soldier* have told m of -•
Accompanying this measure
eluded a statement by toi
Tick, who is l*resident of the
jhir. Herrjck's statement in as f
r "Many of <>• r boys who ax
' titan ce* after instance where, upon their return. the y p.'-id an nxorblt. " price
,fo> food tn ! Other necessities. V uld ha d> expe 1 the ; cr- <• -.f a
Sorely n.tion u> do better by oar own beys than our own merchants
[mould do by them.
America Entered the War for Liberty.
"If VP cor.ld, once for all, dissipate the wide prsad notion in America mw me uiu.ira, un. sri„
that the United States entered the war to ho p Vranee InHtead of cinurts* flt of the morie audiences. It Is well
(the war for the cams of Liberty, ti, a would bo. 1 m sura, less -ito.su Known that motion pictures flraw at-
Lf th. French people. The cause of Liberty be'ot.i • .s mu'h to A n. ,t «. It tvnflunce u uu other amusement fen
'does to fiance. For tbat cause (•Vance, for fojr long years, was r.ot toe
VISITS TO YMX
Stupendous Figures Given Otrt by
Southern Department Headquar
tcr — Religious Meetin&a
Stupendous figures showing ncfrn*-
thing of the actlvitiei of the Ana/
Young Men'i Chris tin D Aesoci*t1ou in
the Southern Pepurtm it during the
year ending April 30, 1019, have Just
been compiled ut Southern I part-
ment headquarters ut San Antonio,
Th< Sooth* rn Depi rtm • t
■s tlio states of Texas, Oklahoma, j
Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico Lnd
Arlsono, arid according to the fitruri*
-ubmltted to Ex«^utiv#' Secretary H.
H. Simmons hjf Husiu,,i-s Secretary L.
G. Williamson, the total attendance at .
Y. M. C\ A. nildin^ during the year j
wns 00,212hSl—or equivalent to more
than half the population of the I'nited
States. Statistics are based on dally
reports covering en eh <if the *lGf> 'lays
during the year Just closed.
A most remarkable showing is made
by the religious work department, u
very positive refutation of the claim
on the pnrt of some people that the j
soldiers dodge religious services. Dur-
ing the year, according to the report*
there were 18,092 religious nice!
with an attendance of 2,719,71'.*. i lie
movies, with ii total of 10,f)97 show-
ings, bad an attendance of ^,914 * ^1.
By way of explanation, it is said that
It is only fair to admit that mnny re-
ligious services were held immediately
after the movies, thus getting the bene-
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prmtd to fight. The msnlt 1* that b«r industry is laid wiwte and hundred# nX .
thousands of her citizens will not be able to live uitleea \i*M'lca gen. -ouely 'A9K1,7M;
A mo a* the outstnn'llnK fljrnres nn-
tireced In the report, under the heud
«f the eev^ral departments of Y. it
C. A. work, are the following:
General—Attendance ot building
00^12,^13; amount «f postage staini*
v)ld, $l,(t!"2,2-lti.4H; money orders Hold,
Jl.DN«,O0e.a!; envelopes given away, |
:n,ltM3.17<>; pieces of mall handled,
10,212,755; oomrndes In service com-;
mittees organized, 2.061; number of
, men fcej'vtng « n tliese committees,
Soclnl—'Number of entertainments
other than motion pictures, i:t 15H: to-
tal attendance at r>.4T:t,41 -; num-
ber of entertainers participating. C> -
SW; motion picture programs, 10.9P7:
attendance at same, 8.014.(1-^1; socials,
538; attendance at same 78.041.
Physical—Number participating in
compulsory athletics. 892,174; partlcl-j
imtiag In formal athletics, (v!!l,278;
pHrllclpatlnL- In Informal athb tics.
total spectators at above, \
rn r 77 ?if3 'f • 1 f%F ? - ~
■" , r/V" W : - .C 'J £%* ■ \\J | • .Jill A s-l'k,
Eecat.so ' " ..y're ^i'cod f.res. Because we KNOW they're good
tires. >i icfiiise < jr experience b..is taught us that t-:.cy wiJ satisfy
and giali<y o •' csstoni??
There sj . .. '1 States Tires for every need of price or use.
j exactly "he ones for j. our car.
We can pr
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oomea to Lboir rescue.
"Anotlier striking and highly interesting criticism ooming from some
soldiers, who i addition to having seen service in Hi nc ;. w< t> wth th« Anu
of Occupation in Qennany, Is the coniparlsea irf the trsntment whitfcTfco
French i)eopl« accorded tham witl^ the troatment of tlie OarmaiLs in a&r*
pled area, in almost every Instance those returning men have eUted fbst
the (Jennani treated our mom Infinitely better than ( er U.e French did
•1 tru-st sincerely that all good citisens before attaohlug too much slgnifi
cancc to such statements will remember that Uermaay ignored every rote
and every standard of clvllliation. That instead ol condu i g warfare she
conducU'd wholetKtla butchery; that ehe mads of solemn treaties w.ajw of
paper- that she aunlt the Lnsitanla and shot F.dltb Csvelt; fh ■: liur •■«ti
representatives in the Cnlted 8tatos were involved iu intrigue . t.r intrigue,
including murder agalpst thU coantry. that her Emperor stated He would
stand no foolishness from America when the war is o i Th it e: pttired
people wpm> made slavoa; that woonen >ver< >M -in ,. w ' <y;
that highway robbery beyond our imagination was practiced . -aRg sessions
and finally, as a crowning touch, she violates the terms of the A. nlstice . ■ - lj07J,;
sinking her ile et.
All Things To Aft Men.
"It Is life people of this nation who, by deceptive methods nd co
temt ' W.« ITS' motion, appear on the surface m b- o t "tids <•
An .ti Where tlie British are stationed, theo j '. I « It1.. j Army
of O iatio.1 that they are so glad that th Briti were st:. ttoir sec.
♦ion -ml not the French or Americans. "Whore the i-Ye-.o-u .1 ►tationed
th< iioop> toll th. French Army of Occupation t! t the. are . ' ' ved u r.
it is the I'Vench who have be. n sent to them and no: t British .r Ameri-
cans. anil where our boys are Stallone I. th.;- «-V- f '. lef 1'
It been the American A Vy of O-cupati'i jid . Br or the
French who ro nccordod to Uitm. The Germans iuaie every e fort to be
"All Things to all men."
Why Germans Do Not Profiteer.
«To be snre, there has been hut little profiteering In Germany because
the ; irtl.ma of Germany oct tpl 1 are u -: :rt K l; -
"An interesting side light i« thai the C.vraans iu ti
manufacturing Iron crostes by the whole «1. and «>" ng tbem - -
lii ; <1 -J Ci ' ''
Edueatloual— Nnml it of clas meet-
ings. 4<3S2: class attend;.!! . 1 (17; ;
solrller-tencherH, 13,408; civilian t«ich-:
ers, 5,435; text-hooks (li tril.tit.il, 11.-
f>10; pamphlets, l,i|:f!,707: lectur s, j
KS.727; nttemlanoe t.t lecture, 2,613,- |
928; books loaned, l.'U ..Til ; Uitul vol-,
mnns in library, 203,7S4.
Religious—Religious meetings, 18,
ltlhle Class se.-. on , soldier and j
sailor leader- t same. I "C; nttencV
Hiico it same, 213.571; meeting' of In- |
ner circles or prayer clr.-l.-.s, ,".27; ut-
tendance nf s mo, 7,537; normal train- j
2T>.r>; attendance at
i & b $ -Gf1
We Know United Stales Tires gcod Tires
That's why we Sell Them
UNIVERSAL GARAGE STROUD, OKLA.
Mime, 1,070; Clirlitian life work tie-'
clsions, m)7; Christian decisions, 71,-
175; Scriptures nnd portions distrib- |
uted, 884,027; Other Christian litera-
ture distributed, 816,iH4: persona!1
Christian Interviews, 201,108; visits to i
OF "Y" WORKERS
Five Months After Armistice Signed
Y- elf a re Body Has 8,3!>0
C. M. Massey, B
the Ice Man, has |
mov/ed his office1 I
1 door west of J- |
L. Cunningham's |
The rapid and steady growth cf this
bank may be attributed to satisfactory
service and courteous, liberal treat-
ment accorded to all depositors alii e.
Is always the most acceptable time to
open that account and it will be a
th over- 1
NAVY BILL IS INCREASED
Amount Stion of Last Season by
Washington.—The navy appropria-
tion bill carrying 6 total ol $646,272
G9E.S8 wo6 orde-red r#ported ont li-
the naval affairs committee of the
Benate. Tlio mcswure carries an In - j
crev-e ot $M.8PS,0S1 over the amount'
pn -.1 by th* bouse, bnt #181 .'■■'li
lees tlian tlve naval appropriation bill
reported at t>e last Resskra ot con
The apprnprtntlon carrlrtj J2,?M,00<1
for ti • -w' guard for the com >let|. ;
of vessels lor that service. Incrwsss
made by senate committee were as
maintenance, $2,131,too. or the total number, art? men,
The strength of the navy fixed b? a small portion of v.hum are directing
the houne *m 170,00(1 after January the "Y" over--, -s v.Tk from the I'oris
1, 1820, but the senate committer: headquarters, while the grout majority
fixed it at 191,00 1 The commute-*! ar bcnttet I from Archangel to Koino,
make« It plain that this is not thu juid from Vlutllvi to Brent untl
permanent streneth ot (he navy, which Loudon and the north of Scotlond.
Is a mutter which will be taV*s« u;. There are 2,187 women workers
later. ■ abroad. Mtwt of tiiese are helping to
drive pleasure to tlie men who go to the
V. M. C. A. leave areas, on the Ilivlera,
at Aix les I tains, at Cant. in the
Flauten I'yrenees, anil elsewhere. More
I than 40 are an .'ting In the motion-
Lfglslnture of Texas Convenes.
Auntn -TR't .til s',,*le rhanr In
membership from that of the regnliu
eession, the Thirty-sixth Texas legls
laturo convened here in it second picture entortalnmant of the trupps.
called sti-idori, with a quorum pre*, .i! ju (ju, <ivoi>.ng e:.'ir • r tni-
ln both houffes. ; reuu of the war work council thero
Lunotke 3tril<# In Austria. j "f ^ " eo anil won., n workers
-i-% w.« - -j i abroaiL Of tnese. 352 were rt<Tiilte(i
follows: A^^n'mooo.ooo, fn'el oil! KrtkM has come Dispatches «t«ujj "S*
srsz WS&JZZX?*" ,up
enlisted men WOOhOO: -ho,,Is mi\ «^triVe" for bett« food and mor, ,
camp instruction W * tralalnK| of It. ______ work, the Y. M. A. hu Bent 11^29
a oti Goat iilUQi Calkl. j.i.iKK), ,
training station Grwrt Lake#, $400,000, Esthoniar* Renew Fight mi Q^irani .,ajn v" ' ' 11 fr", "*S
. . . T> ..... ,. .. O a ft or o :,.rnn dar^ ' 04,(1 • • 1 w«,n'CQ. Of tl c
L. Edward Griffin
Office Over First National Rani,
tralnlug station Hampton Roads,
$440,000; war oollese. $32.100; Tenta-
cols elaln>e, $30,000; public works,
$6,607,796; pay of navy, $12,668,691;
nruTlsluua of thfi kimyX. $3,131^00*
truce the Rsthotuans
and Gen u I
' 1 women, flf tlte >. 2,fHr> men
M women have returned, i-leTen
Baltic lantlswehr bars rnsnaiwd to, w,re k'.iirc id sctlon, three . 1. ■«! of
tilitlaa along th« antir* front fc<ro root-.dj sod 50 Oram ductus oUjur
the Gulf f Hije to ^onceaborj. ' "*n4v - ,
W. D. Baird, M. D.
PUyakiwi and Surgeon
Office In I.'iph * 15t\iUtri-
I Diseases of Women and Children
Olfice I'bone 1G1.
Secretary of the Navy Nonplused Et
Criticism of Y. M. C. A.—Proved
j The wtir work of men in the tml-
| form of the Rod Triangle who follow-
1 ed the flng wherever it went proved
i their heroism nnd devotion on the hnt-
. tie front and were always present to
! nerve and comfort the American light-
ing tnen, says Josephus Daniels, secre-
tary of the navy, will remain an en-
during monument to the Y. M. C. A.
"It is unthinkable," lie declared In a
letter to the "Y" wnr work council,
I "Unit criticism of minor defects here
i and there should be allowed to cloud
I for a moment the splendid record made
| by this great association."
Ills letter, recently made public by
j tlie Y. M. 0. A., follows in part:
I "Only those who were brought In
intimate contact with It, and could sur-
vey the whole field, are able to appre-
ciate fully the great extent and value
■if tin- Y. M. C. A.'s work for onr sol-
diers and sailors In camps and train-
ing stations, at home and abr. ad, at
the fighting front, on transports nnd ft
niiTal bases, it cheered and aided our
| fifhliiif forces. JU balls ami hut*
lowed the flag wherever it went, and
• wore there to servo nnd comfort our
; brave boyn. They proved their hero-
ism and devotion on the battle front,
| a number being commended for brav-
«Ty, nnd several sacrificing their lives
iu the line at duty.
"It is unthinkable that critlpism of
minor defects here and there should be
allowed to cloud for n moment the
splendid record made by this great
, fectlons, and no organization engaged'
in such a stupendous work, employing j
bo many men over n vast area, could i
•xpoet to carry it through without!
making some mistakes. I5ut so far
iu« I have been able to determine, these I
have been few and hurdly enough to
be considered in comparison with tlie
magnificent wervice rendered.
(Signed) "JOfcKPHUS DANIELS," '
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Whitmore, R. J. The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, July 4, 1919, newspaper, July 4, 1919; Stroud, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc120549/m1/4/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.