The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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NATIONAL CEMETERY AT ARLING-
TON SCENE OF IMPRESSIVE
ALL BUSINESS LAID ASIDE
President Taft Stands With Bared
Head as New York Veterans
Pass By—Citizens Take
Soldiers in Autos.
NVw York, N. Y.—Reforo the pres!-'
dent of the United Stutes there passed
In review today what remains of New
York's contribution to the war of the
north utul south.
Mr. Taft had come from Washing-
ton especially to see the old soldiers
pass the reviewing stand at the sol-
diers and tailors monument on River-
side Drive, and as they trudged by
they were still fit and active. But the
blue lines wavered, old feet shuffled
over the roadway, and some of the
men who marched behind the ragged
flags, riddled with shot, spent quickly
the strength they had and kept their
places only with the help of their stal-
Took Three Hours to Pass.
1 he parade was nearly three hours
in passing, but the president all the
while stood bareheaded in the stand,
bowing as the veterans trooped by.
After the parade there was a short
exercise at the base of the monument.
It was cut short by a shower which
met the president before one of the
secret service men rushed to his res-
cue with an umbrella. The president
made no address.
Feared Anarchist Bomb.
This morning at Riverside Drive
and Kighty-third street, a young man
from the crowd broke through the line
of police and ran toward the presi-
dent’s motor car. A secret service
man and a policeman caught him but
he said he was merely trying to get
across to the other side of the street
and was released.
Women Have Humanity Show.
A feature of the Memorial day cele-
bration in New York City was the
work horse parade in Fifth avenue.
Two thousand dollars in cash and
many medals and blue ribbons were
presented from the reviewing stand
by .Mrs. Russell Sage ana Mrs. James
Spyer, the latter president of the wo-
man’s auxiliary of the American so-
ciety for the prevention of cruelty to
Two tablets of historic interest were
unveiled during the day, one to the
memory of Henry George and the other
to William Lloyd Garrison.
CHINA IS MAKING PROGRESS
Part Played by America In Country’a
Hla imperial highness, Prince Tsnl-
Tao of China, In the course of a
speech he delivered at the twelfth an
mini dinner of the American Asiatic
nssoclutlon at Delmonlco's in New
"It is an encouraging sign of the
times that Americans are taking a
much grenter interest In what Is go-
ing on In China than they did a little
while ago. The free interchange of
views on questions of public Interest
cunnot but bo advantageous to both
countries. On the other hand, we nlso
wish to know nioro about other coun-
tries. Our officials nnd merchants are
beginning to travel more and more to
foreign lands in search of information
and opportunities. This thirst for for-
eign ideas is having Its'effect upon
the whole country. China is now
passing through a great crisis in her
history. The old order of things is
fast giving place to the new. What
wo need most now Is men—men able
to do the work that has to lie done.
“Though we have established
schools nnd colleges In all purts of
die empire as fast us we can, it will
be some decades yet before we can
hope to have such schools ami col-
leges as you have in this country.
Still, we have made a beginning, in
the meantime we intend to send a
steady stream of students to your
country. T hanks to the generosity of
the American government, in remit-
ting a portion of the Boxer indemnity,
China Is able now to send 100 students
to this country each year for the first
four years and 50 thereafter. There
will soon be 40 government students
in this country. These students on
their return to their own country can-
not but give a good account ol' them-
"It is my sincere hope that they
will do their part in guiding the af-
fairs of their country in the path of
progress and reform and in binding
( hlna and the United States together
with a strong tie of friendship and
FIGHTERS IN THE MAJORITY
Veteran Member of Congregation Was
Tired of Part He Had Been
Representative Harry Maynard of
Virginia tells the story of bow a re-
ligious old negro in his district put a
"top to the exercise of Christian char-
ity in the congregation of which ho
wns a member. It seems that it was
a practise in the church to excom-
inunicate for one year any member
who had been guilty of u ’ blood fight"
—that Is, any man who had attacked
another with a pistol or a razor.
At th«‘ end of the year, if the of-
fender wished reinstatement, he could
go to the "mourners’ bench,” rise and
declare his repentance, and be forgiven
by the congregation. This went on
for many years. At last a young
darky who hud been in a particularly
objectionable broil appeared for rein-
statement. The pastor made an elo-
quent appeal to the congregation and
everybody began to shout and say
It wus at tills point that the old
negro arose und said hotly:
Look liyah, pahson; eber since I
been a mcinbuli of dis coiigcrgashun,
dar nln’ been nothin’ but lightin’ an’
fuhgivln’—au’ I been doing ull de
fuhglvln’. l’se tired of it!”
That broke up the meeting.—Popu-
Perspiring VegetaL *n.
The eyes of a little Washington
miss were attracted by the sparkle of
dew at early morning. ".Mamma," she
exclaimed; "its hotter’n I thought It
"What do you tuenn?"
"Look here, the grass Is all covered
with perspiration."- Baptist Common-
Desire for Information.
"Mrs. (iudditigtoti wants to know all
about everybody's business.”
"Yes," replied Miss Cayenne. "Sho
regards matrimony as a failure be-
cause she didn't marry u census
Flowers Float on Paciifc,
San Francisco, Cal.—With the boom-
ing of minute guns at the National
cemetery in the Presidio, San Fran-
cisco did honor today to its soldier
dead, while a mass of flowers carried
through the Golden Gate on the ebo
tide, paid similar tribute to the men
who have gone down on the ships.
Ceremonies at the Presidio followed
a parade of veterans and troops, reg-
ular and militia.
Solons at Arlington.
Washington. D. C.—The halls of
congress ami all executive depart-
ments were closed today while states-
men of the nation participated in the
commemoration of Memorial day at
Arlington cemetery, the National cem-
etery, United States Soldiers’ Home,
the Congressional and Battle Ground
cemeteries and others.
Here Is a story about a diplomatic
negro waiter; also about two well-
known Kansas men, who can go by
the names of Smith and Jones, just to
tell the yarn.
Smith and Jones look much alike
and are frequently taken for each
other. One day Smith was in a cer-
tain big hotel not a thousand miles
from Kansas City and went- into the
dining room for dinner. The negro
waiter busily brushed off the crumbs
and said: "Why, how is you, Mr.
Jones, how is you? Ps glad to see you.
I hasn’t seen you since I waited on
your table when you all used to have
a little game upstaihs.”
"I’m fraid you are mistaken," said
Smith, very quickly. "My name isn’t
Jones. You have the*wrong man.”
“Nuff said; nuff said,” smiled the ne-
gro, with much bowing and scraping.
"Ah knows all right when to keep
mah mouf shet; Ah knows all right,
Mr. Jones.”—Kansas City Journal.
Many women who suffer with back-
ache, bearing-down pain, headaches
and nervousness do not know that
these ailments are usually due to
trouble with the
Kidney Pills re-
move the cause.
Cross, Church St.,
says: "For weeks
I was bent double
by pain in my back
and the kidney se-
cretions were pro-
fuse. My feet and
ankles were badly swollen and I had
headaches and dizzy spells. Six doc-
tors treated me without relief and I
finally began taking Doan’s Kidney
Pills. They cured me.”
Remember the name—Doan’s.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Her Laugh Broke.
She was a little fairy of seven, with
eyes like diamonds and hair like spun
gold, and she was romping with a half
dozen playmates. Touching a fine-
looking youngster on the shoulder,
she challenged him with, “You can’t
catch me.” Off they started, she twist-
ing and dodging with the dexterity of
a half-back on a football team, and he
following her every movement in close
pursuit. The excitement of the chase
made her scream with laughter. The
little fugitive finally brough up
against a fence, breathless and pant-
ing, and her pursuer, throwing his
arms about her, shouted: "There, I’ve
caught you!” “Oh, yes,” gasped the
little fairy, "but it was ’cause my
laugh broke and I couldn’t run any
Spreading the News.
Postmaster Fuller of Rockland, Me.,
was the sparkling wit at the postmas-
ters' dinner. He announced with mock
solemnity that he had just received
word from his congressman that his
name had been sent In somewhere in
Washington for reappointment in
recognition of his efficient service and
the votes he could swing.
"I have dashed the momentous news
of my triumph to distant Rockland to
my wife, and if I am acquainted with
the lady, as I believe that I am, the
glad tidings have ere now penetrated
to the most remote section of that
district,” was a sally that brought
down the house.
Miss Antique—Is this Dr. Killmore?
l>r. Killmore—Yes, madam, you’re
safe. I’m not Dr. Osier.
The Third Degree.
The candidate for cook resumed the
"Would 1 be expected to leave the
“Nor shake rugs, nor clean windows,
nor wipe up floors?”
“An’ would I get a summer vacation,
ma'am, with full pay?”
"I really can't promise you that."
The candidate arose.
"This breaks off negotiations,
ma'am. I wish you good day.”
1 he lady saw a chance to throw in
a little mild sarcasm.
"I am sorry to have trespassed upon
your valuable time," she said.
"Don't mention it. ma’am," replied
the candidate affably. "Fifteeu cents
will square the damage, ma'am—two
car fares an' a movin' picture show.
Thank you, ma’am.”
And she drifted away.
His Sensitive Spot.
Between dances, at the Field Ani-
mals’ club monthly hop, Rita Raccoon
was coquetting desperately with the
debonair Reynard Fox. “Honest, Rey.
I think you’re awfully cunning,” gig-
“Oh, spring something new,” said
Reynard, in an Injured tone, “you
mustn t believe all you read in the
“How did you come to leave your
wife in Paris?”
“She couldn't decide whether she
wanted three yards and a half or four
yards, and I got tired of waiting.”
A Young Diplomat.
Johnny—Going to Rnnday school?
Tommy—Nope; it might stir up
harsh nnd bitter feeling between de-
“If I died, would you pine away?”
"No, I'd spruce up!"—Cleveland
Love is life, lie who has love is
truly rich; he who hath none is poor
indeed. Life with love Is eternal._
No man can love evil for evil’s sake,
as he can love good for geodnesa’
A precious thing is all the more
precious to us if it has been won by
work or economy.—Raskin.
"I had my picture taken lately.”
"Had you? What kind of a picture
was it, and who took it? The photog-
rapher I recommended?
“No, he didn’t. It was my original 1
Corot, and a burglar took it.”
is Clogged up
That’s Why You’re Tired—Out ot
Sorts—Have No Appetite^
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in a lew days.
tion, Bil- _ _
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"Tipples tells me he stopped drink-
ing yesterday. I wonder what caused
him to do that?”
“Somebody probably spoke to him
and he had to answer.”
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Chicago Observes Day.
Chicago, 111.—More careful prepar-
ations were made for the observance
of Memorial day in Chicago this year
than for many years past. Ceremonies
at practically all of the two score cem-
eteries about the city were the fea-
tures of the morning, while a large
parade occupied the afternoon. Many
veterans were taken over the route in
Four Indians Burn in Fire at Eufaula.
Kufaula, Okla.—Pusnabjo Lowe, Pe-
ter Beaver and the latter’s wife and
child, all Indians from Weleetka,
Okla., were burned to death in a fire
which destroyed a rooming house ear-
ly today. Beaver and Lowe each had
a daughter in the Indian high school
and were here to attend the graduat-
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Lawyer—So you say the defendant
pushed you against your will?
Witness—No, sir; I said he pushed
me against the door.
Description of a Mountain.
“Jimmy,” said the teacher, "what is
"A cape is land extending Into the
"Correct. William, define a gulf.”
"A gulf is wuter extending into the
"Good. Christopher,” to a small,
eager-looking boy, "what is a moun-
Christopher shot up from his seat
so suddenly as to startle the teacher,
and promptly responded: “A mountain
is laud extending into the air.”
Now and Then.
"We may not be personally fond of
hotel keeping and pawnbrokers,” said
the man who thought he was funny,
"but we have to put up with them.”
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Little Johnnie, who cannot pro-
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keeping out of the attic by tales told
by his nurse of a dreadful ghost that
lives in the dim recesses under the
eaves. The other day he was over-
heard to say confidentially to a small
"We’ve got an old gho’t up In our
To which his friend, much inter-
ested, responded: "Do he butt?”
Not in the Agreement.
Dauiel had been cast into the lions’
“My main objection,” he said, as he
playfully tweaked a lion’s mane, “is
that I get no moving-picture royal-
Quite a Job on Hand.
"What’s his business?”
"Well, as near as I can make out he
is matrimonial agent for bis two
Mrs. Frost—How’s your husband?
Mrs. Snow’—The members of his
club say he Is looking splendid.—Life.
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Bradfield, O. J. The Lamont Record. (Lamont, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1910, newspaper, June 2, 1910; Lamont, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc957198/m1/3/: accessed December 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.