Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 80, Ed. 1 Friday, July 11, 1919 Page: 4 of 22
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY JULY II 1911
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'Unspeakable Misery Saved
Fatherland by Approval
WEIMAR Julr II. By the time
thit ii published in America the
peace ratification document ii fined
fcy President Ebert will be at Ver-
sailles about to be delivered to Pre-
mier . demenceatt- at president of the
peace conference. The chief execu-
tive of the German republic signed it
t A o'clock Wednesday night and im-
mediately sent it by courier to France.
The specter of starvation was again
used by the Kovernment yesterday as
the chief weapon to obtain the na-
tional assembly's consent to Ger-
many's surrender. Both Nermann
Mueller the foreign minister and
Premier Bauer in spirited ipeeches
failed upon the delegates to save the
fatherland irom unspeakable misery
by ratifying the treaty. For if it
were not ratified they argued the
blockade woulJ be coiitinurd and even
intensified to an insufferable degree.
Another point made by them which
weighed heavily in favor of ratifica-
tion was that the German prisoners
of war in allied countries would be
held bark until Germany had put the
lilt official si'al upon her uncondi-
Protests in Force.
"Our protest against the violations
Imposed in this peace treaty remain
In force" said Herr Mueller "but si
does also our determination to fulfill
Then t offset the humiliation and
gloom that pervaded the atmosphere
lie drew a hopeful picture of the fu-
ture telling the assembly that Ger-
many's economic position would im-
f rove the moment the blockade were
ifted and the fatherland could brsin
to breathe apain.
Reverting again to what be c.illed
the "violent peace terms" he said:
"As so.m as our enemies ratify the
treaty within a few weeks we will
have a dismembered Germany with
millions of our compatriots torn loose
from us. We can only assure our de-
parting brethren that we shall do
everything to sustain their national
conscience until the time when all
national problems will be solved
The cry of vengeance was raised bv
several conservative and democratic
speakers notably I'rofessor Schueck-
ing who was a member of the first
delrgalion to Versailles. Herr Trau'i
nationalist nd the socialist Kreir.it;.
Thunderous applause averted all these
utterances regarding a "day of re-
tribution F.leventh hour efforts by the con-
servatives and democrats to hang res
ervations onto the ratification broke
againstflJsr trerciless logic of the gov-
ernment j leaders which imparted if
self to the great maiority of dele-
gatesthe locie with the keynote:
nationalism Is Threatened.
"We mast ray rvei' or "no' and 'yes'
t must be if we would live as a ni
Deep satisfaction reigned in official
circles last night that the last word
has at last been spoken.' The press
is falling into a more 'hopeful tone.
It is lealited on all sides that the
lifting of the blockade will make the
Bauer government more secure force
the food prices down and allav unrest ;
that the people will find new hope and
fresh impulse to work and that the
arrival of the sorely needed raw ma-
terials will greatly reduce the present
appalling number of unemployed for
whose subsistence the government
Bin st Oaily pay thousands of marks.
The conservatives ami democrats
re still howling from the housetop.;
against surrender of the ex-kaiser
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but the bulk of the German beople are j
; ...i .1:- Jl :l
more iiiirrcMcu in men uuniri pan
than in th: ex-emtseror's fate for n
pitifully meager pail they have had
these last bitter years.
TIED UP BY STRIKE
NF.W YORK July ll.-Several
coastwise steamers have been prevent-
ed from sailing and others due to
leave tomorrow will be tied up unless
they are able to replace strjQng fife-
men water-tenders and oilers who
struck yesterday for a wage increase
of $15 a month. Officials of the In-
ternational Seamen's union with which
the strikers' organizations are affili-
ated estimated that .I.'IOO men are di-
rectly affected and that they would
be joined by the seamen cooks stew-
ards engineers and mates. Should
the claims of the tmion men be made
good about 40.000 men will walk out
paralyzing coastwise shipping.
Vessels operated by the united
States shipping board are not as yet
Baby Boy Is Dead
LOS ANGELES. July II .-The
baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S
Chaplin is dead. The child lived but
seventy hours dying at 4 o'clock litis
afternoon The attending physician
knew immediately after birth that the
child probably never could live. Mr
Chaplin was told of the situation but
owing t his wife's weakened physi-
cal condition she was kept in ignor-
ance of the grave danger.
To Overcome Redness
Tan Freckles Blotches
If your itkln In unduly reddened
tanned or frerkleil. Jimt flub a little
puin inereollxd v.'ni on thn face and
nllnw It to remnln ote nlKht. When
von wuh nff th.t win In th mottling
fine fluky. itlimmt Invisible pnrtlel-
of ctitl'ln eoiiin with It. Repeating
this dully tin' eutlra outer kln la ah-
Snrlied hut on (rrmliinlly and Jin lb'
tlidm's not the rllKhtit hurt or In-
eiinveiiletico. Kvrn the Btubbornent
firi'kli-a r fret-ted. The underly-
ing nkln which forms the new rom-
plelon In n dour freiih and youthful-looking
you'll marvel at the iraim-
fornuitlnn. it the only thing known
to netiinlly dl'rd an Kd faded
nindily or tilotehy eomrleilon. (ine
nunra of merenllsed wax. proeurnlile
nt nny itnn atort Is aufflcltnt In
llinst (Knee. (Adv.)
Why this is just a way we have
adopted to direct your attention ao a
most remarkable event our jrreat
JULY SALE OF FURS
which will be advertised in detail in Sun-
day'i Oklahoman and in the Times of
OUT HAZARD OF
Phelan Accepts President's
V WASHINGTON July II. Presi-
dent Wilson today expressed the wish
that the American people should un
derstand "the delicacy of his position
with refrtence to the Irish freedom."
He stated this reunest to a group of
democratic senators who visiled bitn
in the president's room at the capitol
alter he had addressed the senate.
The president told the senators
that it was impossible for the pro-
ponents of Irish independence to ob-
tain recognition at the peare confer-
ence. '1 he situation as explained by
the president is th.it the conference
is concerned with territory taken
away from the enemy and not pos-
sessed by the allies whereas the Irish
question relates to territory which Is
recognized by international law as
belonging to Orat Britain.
Delicate Problem Involved.
The senators many of whom have
been boldly advocating Irish freedom
were urged to carry this view of thr
matter to the people of the United
States. At lcat one of them Sena-
tor I'hrlan of California accepted
the president's view of the situation.
After the conference with the presi-
dent Senator 1'hrlati.said :
"I realize the delicacy of the situa
tion as far as the president is con-
cerned. Ihitside of obtaining Eng-
land's consent to Irish autonomy
nothing short of war with England
can be done for Ireland. But no one
proposes war 'with England for the
sole purpose of liberating Ireland
England has technically legal posses-
siim tif Ireland and she denies the
jurisdiction of the conference to dis-
turb her title until she is ready to
Should Yield Aatoaomy.
"England should yield autonomy to
Ireland however if she sincerely con-
cedes the principle of self determina
tion and firmly to establish peace in
the world. All the forces are at work
to satisfy Irish demands in my judg-
ment except in the province of Ulster
When Ulster yields England will
yield and I think Ulster will be given
guarantees and ultimately con-
The president Informed the senators
that Premier Lloyd George had ar-
ranged passports for the American
delegates sent to Ireland with a view
of enabling them to get first band in-
formation. Keep the Rabies Slick with Tar-
menters' Prickly Heat Powder. SO
24-Hour Strike Is
Ordered for France
PARIS July 11. -A general strike
lasting twenty-four hours will begin
at 5 o'clock In the morning of July
21 and1 terminate at a. m. July 22
according to i statement issued from
the labor exchange this afternoon
Instructions issued to the railway
workers are that all trains In motion'
at 5 o'clock in the morning of July
21 must stop at the nearest watering
and coaling station.
Hurry To This
Boys' Suit Sale
Special Purchase Sale
of 400 Boys' Wool Suits
Many Have Two Pairs Of Knickers
(Some of them worth up to $30)
All the season's newest styles in dependable
fabrics Scotches Tweed Mixtures Gabardines
and other fabrics. This is a rare kind of a bar-
gain one we can not offer again for some time.
Selling Now at
llsroli Bell UrijM
will soon be ready.
Watch for publication
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
lit West Mala Street
(Formerly Parkhurst Book Co.)
All Sorts of Pretty
A New Joy for Mothers
No other piece of furniture answers 10 many purposes as a
Kiddie Koop. It is first of all a most serviceable and convenient
:rib. a bassinet a play pen. The crib easily collapses and can be
stored in a small spare when not in use. The sides are screened
in with a rust-proof wire and a fly-proof nef covers the lop
making a cool comfortable place for baby to sleep.
We are showing three different models the one shown here is
priced at 127.30. Terms
Pit by bit we have been
adJing to our stock for the
nursery Its by beds espe-
cially dainty antique ivory
ones nigh chair of walnut
mahogany oak and ivory-
just to match yqpr period
dining furniture; rock-a-by
swings li'tle kiddie dining
suites writing desks. Most
anything you could think
of. AnJ we are adding
more all the time. Here is
a special message absut
three extremely useful
thingV Read about these .
Come and see the others.
Watch the Little
He can't turn over or hurt himself
by falling down. He can't crawl on
a dirty floor and get himself all dirty.
Just play contentedly and without
realizing what he Js doing learn to
walk that is just about all he can do
in one of these baby walkera. Price
llaum Building Grand and Robinson
Store Closed at 6 V. M. Saturday.
' Nothing' more appropriate for
any occasion than a bouquet of
choice cut Hewers.
Roses Russells 9 and It
Roes alt colors choice t3
and 14 per dozen.
Chrysanthemums 4 and 15
Cladiolaa 93 per doren.
Carnations fancy Colorado
grown fl.50 per doten.
Sweet Peas 50e aal 7Jc per
Flowers delivered by tele-
graph anytime anywhere any
iJO WEST MAIN
Phones Walaat 70M aa 7017
long PUtaaea L. D. si
Ti a Happy Tot in an
Every one athnits that using an Oriole bas-
ket is the most convenient method of taking
baby on the street car in an auto or on the
train. The Oriole weighs less than the average
collapsible go-cart and is far easier to handle.
Long Bessemer steel rods connect the wheels to
the body of the Go-basket and prevent fill
shocks and jars. They are not so very ex-
Gray Reed $17.50
l ory Reed $17.50
Brown Reed . - . .$16.50
Let Baby Smlla la
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Something new and nobry. i 4-plrct Gray Enameled Bedroom soil
It will catch your eye The price 1175.00 Taj the easy way."
Cornish Furniture Company
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your wife and kiddies to be cool
cool ai you are In your
Then for comforts sake get that Westinghousa Fan and um it
difference in your electric bill. SEE US TODAY! AO atxe
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Phone Walnut 25
The WfftlBfhouM Fan Store"
tl WEST GRAND
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 80, Ed. 1 Friday, July 11, 1919, newspaper, July 11, 1919; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc171178/m1/4/: accessed June 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.