Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, May 30, 1919 Page: 2 of 20
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY. MAY 30 1919
Dolin commission iftcr tha sc
Viit f th Boliccmen'i union wit for
' Mlly communicated to him. "
' "Mor thin seventy rfiulsr mem
4 Mrs oi tni Winnipeg nr department
1iTf returned to duty after signing
1 t . t t t
via new pieige nm 10 psmcipsic in
ajrmpathetic strikes" said Fire Chief
' J. E. Buchanan thii forenoon.
It wis announced at the citr hall
at the lame time that majority of
''tha Winnipeg policeman refuted to
t.Mign the new pledge and that they will
;Jeavi the force at I p. m.
FZ:n Lr.l l.'37
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crusadrs. Never before have men
crossrd the tea to again lead a fight
for the cause of humanity which they
did not pretend wai particularly their
own but knew wai the cause of hu-
manity and of mankind and when they
rame. they found comrade for their
courage and their devotion. They
found armiei of liherty already in the
field men who though they had Rone
through three years of firry trial
itemed only to be jmt diirovrrintf not
for a moment losing the high temper
of the great affair men seasoned in
:tha bloody service of liberty. Joining
stands with these the mm of America
ave that greatest of all gifts the gift
uf life and the gift nf spirit.
I It will always be a treasured mem-
ory on the part of those who knew anil
ived these men that the testimony ot
verybmly who saw them in the field
nf anion was their unflinching conr-
Vge their anlor to the point of audac-
ity their full consciousness of the high
Ifcause they had come to serve ami their
fronstant vision of the issue. It is de-
lightful to learn from those wli t aw
Jthese men fight and saw them waiting
n the trenches for the summons to
Sh fight that they had a torn h of the
jiigh spirit of religion that they knew
sjhey were exhibiting a spiritual as
fvell as a physical might and to those
30 us who knew and love A::irnca that
Viey were disclosing to the whole
World the true spirit and devotion of
heir motherland. It was America who
came in the person of these men and
.who will forever be grateful that she
was so represented.
1 Women Remembered.
'And it is the more delightful to
Tttertain these thoughts because we
(know that these men though buried
.in a foreign land are not buried in
.an alien soil They are at home
'sleeping with the spirts of those who
thought the same thoughts and en-
tertained the same aspirations. The
.noble women of Stiresnes have given
evidence of the living tense with
which they received these dead as
.their own fur they hae caicd for
their graes they have made it their
interest their loving interest to sec
that thete was no hour of neglect
.and that constantly through all the
.months that have gone by. the moth-
.eri at home should know that there
were mothers here who remembered
and honored their dead.
You have Just heard in the beauti-
fl I letter from M. Clcmcn-
teau what I hclieve to be the real
message of France to us on a day
nxe tnit a message of genuine com
radrship a message 01 genuine sym
Mr. and Vrs. Kills J. Hollowsjr 1 Wont
T svsnus bnv.
Mr. and airs. F. Peine 71S Writ
Qrnna avenu girl.
Mr. and Mm. I'.ts Ramos 60S Wrt
ChlrkaMw street rlrl
Mr. and Mrs Cliarl T. Kh.rwood
IIS West Tnllforiila avi'iiue. Rlrl.
Mr and Mi's Uoyd l Brllom Hip-
list hospital tlrl.
Mr. snd Mrs. Alfnrd T. Hnuslon. (II
Et Chnctnw street slrl
Mr. sml Mrs. llerhert H. Btltes 117
South Hudson avsnus girl.
. Mr. snd Mrs. William J. Anderson
1T10 Bast Fifteenth street girl.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Horn 1114 Wsat
California avsnus girl.
Mr and Mrs. William Dixon 111 West
JJotile street silrL
Mr. and Mrs. Psut Cast 114 North
Oklahoma avenue flrL
Mr. snd Vrs. Men ford A. Coa. HOI
West Ninth street girl.
Margsrst 8. T. Bcarboroufh 1410
West Tsnlh slreet.
pathy and I have no doubt that if our
British comrades were here they
would ineak in the tame spirit and
in the same language For the beau-
ty of this war is that it hat brought
a new partnership and a new com-
radeship and a new understanding
into the field of effort of the nation.
Hut it would be no profit to us to
eulogiie these illustrious dead if we
did not take to heart the lesion
whlth they have taught ut. They
are dead; they have done their ut
most 10 snow meir nrvotion to a
great came and they have left us to
see to it that that cause aha not
be betrayed whether in war or peace.
Consecrate Ourselves Anew.
It is our privilege and our hioh
duty to consecrate onrselves afresh
on a day like this to the obiects for
which they tottghr. It is not nerri
tary that I should rehearse to vuu
what these objects were. These men
(lid not come across the tea merely
to defeat Germany and her associat.
ed powers in the war. Theveame to
defeat forever the things for which
the central powers stood the sort of
power they meant to assert in the
world the arrnuant. seltMi doniina.
lion which they meant to estahlish.
and they came moreover to tee to
it mat mere should never he a war
like this again. It it for ut. uar
tirularly us who are civilired to use
our proper weapons of counsel and
agreement to see to it that there
never is such a war again. The na-
tion that should now fling out of
this rnmmnn concord nf rnmuel
would betray the human race.
So it it our duty to take and main
tain the safeguards which wilt see to
it that the mothers of America and
the mothers of France and Knolamt
and Italy and Belgium and all other
sintering nations should never be
ailed upon for this sacrifice airaln
This can be done. It must be done.
And it will be done. The things that-
these men left us though they didn't
in their counsels conceive it is the
s'"i 'imminent wnun we nave lust
erected in (he League of Nations. The
i.eague-ot Nations is the covenant of
government that these men shall rmt
have died in vain. I I ke to think that
i..c mm 01 uiese sons ot Amrrira
were privileged to be buried in their
mother country will niinule mill tl
dust of the men who fought for the
preservation ot the union and that as
these men gave their lives in order
that America might be united the.e
en have given their lives in order
that the world might he united. Those
men gave their lives in order to secure
the freedom of a nation Tht
have given theirs in order to secure
the freedom nf mankind and I look
forward to an age in which it will
be just as impossible to regret the
results of their labor as it is now im-
possible to regret the result of the
labor of those men who fought for
the union of the state. I look for the
time when every man who now puts
his counsel against the united service
of mankind through the League of
Nations will be just as ashamed of it
now as he regretted the union of
Yon are aware as I am the airs of
an older day are beginning to stir
again that the men of the old order
are trying to assert themselves again
there is here and there an attempt
to insert into the counsel of statemen
the old reckoning of selfishness tnd
bargaining and national advantage
which were the roots of thij war and
any man who counsels these things
advocates a renewal of the .sacrifice
which these men have made for If tl.I.
it not the final battle for right there
will he another that will be final. Let
these gentlemen who suppose that it
is possible for them to accomplish this
return to an order of which we are
ashamed and that we are readv to for-
et. realise they cannot accomplish it
The peoples of the world are awake
and the peoples of lb world arc 11
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Week End Sale
Choice patterns In dependable
quality made with style to give
that military figure values ud
Special Friday and Saturday
Tanama and Straw Hats special at
$3.00 $5.00 $7.00
TIES SHIRTS COLLARS
High school prank playen "put one
over " the high school authorities last
night when unknown member of the
D. M. C secret society succeeded in
erecting 1 large I). M. C. sign across
the front facade. The faculty un
reeling some such display of juvenile
Hilarity had placed guards on the roof
of the building. It is said that the
attacking party gained entrance
through tlie lire escape and made their
way oy it to the top ot the building
where they succeeded in overpowering
the guards. Two large D. M C signs
were also strung over the railing of
the balcony In a mysterious manner
last night during the commencement
M'WILLIAMS TO SUE
ON FOOD CONTRACT
Proceedings to collect money which
he says the city owes him for feed-
ing prisoners at the rity jail will he
taken soon by Justice A. V. Mc-
Villiams holder of the contract. Mc-
Williams says this course alone is
open a the appropriation for the
feeding fund is exhausted. McWil-
liams denied reports that he assumed
debts of his predecessor when he
took over the contract recently. He
said the slate was clear when he as-
sumed the contract and the fact that
the department now faces a deficit
is attributable to the increased num-
ber of arrests resulting from the fed-
eral vice drive.
DOG CATCHER CRUEL
Complaints that J. S. VYaPey city
doi catcher is not using humane
treatment in handling dogs were re-
ceived today by Mayor Walton. The
city executive said the complaints
wjII be investigated. The complain-
ants first went to Commissioner
Donnelly who referred them In l.u.
or Walton tinder whose jurisdiction
Walley is employed.
It was stated to Donnelly that
Walley overloaded his dog wagon
and that the canines were piled one
on top of the other. The smaller ani-
mals were pushed to the bottom and
suffered from suffocation it was
There are Wo federal Drisons one
at Atlanta. ('. and the other at Leav
Your Health Demands
In offices theatres clubs and factories Lily Caps should be used.
They are your protection. Drink in public only when you can use a
paper glass or cup For your health's sake -use Lily Cups
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Oklahoma City. Tuba Okla. "
Deep Solemnity Marks
Observance of Memorial
Day in National Capital
WASHINGTON. May JO.-Wlth
deepened solemnity tha first memor-
ill day after the close of the great
war was ohserverl in the ti.itinml
capital today wl.ere the heroes of
earlier wars shared Itl tribute with
those who fell in the struggle to main-
tain the liberties and ideal for which
our forefathers fought.
Memorial exercise were held at
Arlington national reinelerv. the
t'nited Slates oldiers home and at
other points under the auspices of the
Ci. A. K United Snanish war vet
erans and the allied oreauiralions
which participated in the unusual'
parade earlier in the rliv A tnrri I
cornmittee decorated "the tomb of the
unknown dead" at Arlington. :. as a
tribute to American soldiers who fell
ill Trance. .Snerial er.n. .1.
were held at the mast of the U. S. S.
Maine at Arlington.
Vice President Marshall was the
speaker at exercises at Battle drnund
national cemetery conducted under the
auspices of the d. A. R. and Repre-
sentative Campbell of Kansas spoke
at the soldiers' home exercises.
While business had been discarded
in the stuate and many of its mem-
bers had gone to nearby cities to de-
liver memorial day orations the house
continued its work except on the
floor where the time was devoted
solely to the resolution tendering the
thanks of congres to the new patri-
ots. The measure introduced by Re
OH! HOW GOOD!
SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY
Black walnut almond English walnut
DAVIS CANDY SHOP
Our New Horn 14 North Harvey. -Opposite
Terminal Station Entrance.
Thousands of dollars are spent every year to
investigate the causes of sickness. Germs are
invariably found to be the underlying evil
and we are told to avoid various things so that
we may escape illness.
One of the first things physicians advise is to shun the
public drinking glass. Disease may easily be trans-
mitted by means of a cup or glass
Every Lily Cup is sanitary sterile safe. Lily Cups are
being installed everywhere A Lily Cup is used once
and then thrown away
More and'more employers are realizing that they muif care for
the health of their employees if efficiency is to be kept at the
highest point. Lily Cups are an inexpensive yet absolute safe-
guard for your employees' health.
publican Leader Mondell was fiamre
after conference with democratic and
Graves of U. S. Dead
LONDON May JO.-The graves of
I'nited States soldier and sail-
ors were decorated today in many
p:irt of the t'nited Kingdom. Ameri-
can flags were placed ahpve them by
rrtny and navy nifirials and on each
was placed a wreath by representa-
tives of the Knights of Columbus.
There are 5m) American graves on
the Island of Islay where wete buried
the victims of the Otranto and Tus-
cinia disajter; Mil at Kvertun ai.d in
Magdalon cemetery Winchester near
the site uf the former huge American
rest camps; 100 at Paignton; Z at
Glasgow being those of American
soldiers stricken by Influenra and
taken from transport at that point;
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forty-one In small towns and village
in England and Scotland and forty
in various part of Ireland. In each
cemetery there were impressive serv-
ices conducted by the local clergy
large numbers of the townspeople
turning nut to pay tribute to the
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DERLIN. Thursday May 29.-A
sensation has been caused by a state-
ment issued by the Independent news-
paper Kreiheit that Lieutenant Vogel
who was convicted of the murder of
Rosa Luxemberg the radical Social-
ist leader. Anil wh rrenfl ntvale.
riousfy escaned from nrison hrt Seen
released under a false order and was
Sailor Hat $2.50
Special Price $350
now it the German legation In Hol-
land awaiting tht neat stumer to
Argentine I he statement charged that
he had reached tha legation with v
past by the war ministry
The statement led to an official In-
vestigation and the government baa
issued a declaration that it will pro-
ceed unconditionally against partic-
ipation in Vogel's flight.
Red Cross Rail Ulue should be used
in every home. It make clothe white
as now and never injure tha fabric.
All good grocers 5c. (Adv.)
104 West Mala
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